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SPECIAL AND SECOND ANNUAL MEETINGS
COLORADO BAR ASSOCIATION
SPECIAL MEETING AT DENVER, COLORADO
MARCH 15, 1899.
SECOND ANNUAL MEETING AT COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO
THE SMITH-BROOKS PRINTING COMPANY
Denver, Colo., March 15, 1899, 2 p. m.
The meeting was called to order in the Supreme Court room, with President Charles E. Gast and Secretary Lucius W. Hoyt in their chairs.
Chairman Westbrook S. Decker, of the Committee on Admissions, reported that the committee had approved applications for membership of certain members of the bar.
Upon a ballot being taken, the following of those approved by the committee were admitted:
Frank J. Annis, Fort Collins.
Thomas J. Black, Colorado Springs.
Calvin P. Butler, Denver.
C. C. Hamlin, Colorado Springs.
Samuel S. Large, Denver.
E. L. Regennitter, Idaho Springs.
S. Harrison White, Pueblo.
Harry N. Haynes, of Greeley, Colorado, then delivered an address on "The Superintending Control of the Supreme Court over Inferior Courts."
(See the Appendix.)
William L. Murfree, of Boulder, Colorado, then delivered an address on "Two Problems in Legal Education."
SECOND ANNUAL MEETING
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO.
FIRST DAY MEETING.
Thursday, July 6, 1899, 2 p. m.
The meeting was called to order in the ball room of Broadmoor Casino, with President Charles E. Gast and Secretary Lucius W. Hoyt in their chairs.
On motion, the roll call was dispensed with.
The next order of business being the reading of the minutes of the last meeting, it was moved and seconded that the same be dispensed with.
The Executive Committee have held a meeting, and have concluded that they would call this afternoon for a report of the Committee on Admissions, in order that a vote may be taken upon the applications of the gentlemen who have been proposed for admission by the committee, and after a vote has been taken upon those applications, the remainder of the exercises to-day will consist of an address by the President and by Mr. Johnson. The remainder of the routine business of the association will be transacted to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.