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1879. EDWARD J. PHELPS.
John Marshall. 1880. CORTLANDT PARKER
· Alexander Hamilton and William
Paterson. 1881. CLARKSON N. POTTER........ Roger Brooke Taney. 1882. ALEXANDER R. LAWTON...... James Lewis Petigru and Hugh
Swinton Legaré. 1883. John W. STEVENSON. James Madison. 1884. JOHN F. DILLON..
American Institutions and Laws. 1885. GEORGE W. BIDDLE..
An Inquiry into the Proper Mode
of Trial. 1886. THOMAS J. SEMMES.
The Civil Law and Codification. 1887. HENRY HITCHCOCK.
General Corporation Laws. 1888: GEORGE HOADLY.
. . Codification. 1889. SIMEON E. BALDWIN.
The Centenary of Modern Gov
ernment. 1890. JAMES C. CARTER..
The Ideal and the Actual in the
Law. 1891. ALFRED RUSSELL
Avoidable Causes of Delay and
Uncertainty in our Courts. 1892. J. RANDOLPH TUCKER. British Institutions and Ameri
can Constitutions. 1893. HENRY B. BROWN..
The Distribution of Property. 1894. MOORFIELD STOREY.
The American Legislature. 1895. WILLIAM H. TAFT.
Recent Criticism of the Federal
Judiciary. -1896. LORD RUSSELL OF KILLOWEN,
Lord Chief Justice of Eng-
International Law and Arbitra
tion. 1897. JOHN W. GRIGGS..
.Lawmaking. 1898. JOSEPH H. CHOATE.
Trial by Jury. 1899. WILLIAM LINDSAY
Power of the United States to
Acquire and Govern Foreign
Territory. 1900. GEORGE R. PECK..... The March of the Constitution. 1901. CHARLES E. LITTLEFIELD. The Insular Cases. 1902. John G. CARLISLE.
The Power of the United States
to Acquire and Govern Territory.
SUBJECT. 1903. LE BARON B. COLT...
Law and Reasonableness. 1904. AMOS M. THAYER.
. The Louisiana Purchase; Its in
fluence and Development Un
der American Rule. 1905. ALFRED HEMENWAY
. The American Lawyer. 1906. ALTON B. PARKER.
The Congestion of Law. 1907. RT. HON. JAMES BRYCE,
British Ambassador to the
.. The Influence of National Char
acter and Historical Environment on the Development of
the Common Law. 1908. GEORGE TURNER
The Acquisition of the Pacific
Northwest. 1909. AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON.. The People and Their Law. 1910. WOODROW WILSON
The Lawyer and the Community. 1911. WILLIAM B. HORNBLOWER. ... Anti-Trust Legislation and Liti
HALDANE, Lord High Chan-
Law and Ethics. 1914. ELIHU ROOT
The Layman's Criticism of the
Lawyer. 1915. JOSEPH W. BAILEY. .. The American Judiciary.
SUBJEOT. 1879. CALVIN G. CHILD..
Shifting Uses, from the Stand
point of the Nineteenth Cen
tury. 1879. HENRY HITCHCOCK.
The Inviolability of Telegrams. 1879. GEORGE A. MERCER..
The Relationship of Law and
National Spirit. 1880. HENRY E. YOUNG.... . Sunday Laws. 1880. GEORGE TUCKER BISPHAM.... Rights of Material Men and Em
ployees of Railroad Companies
as against Mortgagees. 1880. HENRY D. HYDE..
Extradition between the States. 1881. THOMAS M, COOLEY.
The Recording Laws of the
United States. 1881. SAMUEL WAGNER.
The Advantages of a National
Bankrupt Law. 1882. GUSTAVE KOERNER
The Doctrine of Punitive Dam.
ages and its Effect on the
Ethics of the Profession. 1882. U. M. Rose.....
Titles of Statutes. 1882. THOMAS J. SEMMES. The Civil Law as Transplanted
in Louisiana. 1883. ROBERT G. STREET.
How far Questions of Public Pol
icy may enter into Judicial
Decisions. 1883. JOHN M. SHIRLEY..
The Future of our Profession. 1883. SIMEON E. BALDWIN.
Preliminary Examinations in
Criminal Proceedings. 1883. SEYMOUR D. THOMPSON...... Abuses of the Writ of Habeas
Corpus. 1884. ANDREW ALLISON
The Rise and Probable Decline
of Private Corporations in
America. 1884. M. DwighT COLLIER... Stock Dividends and their Re
straint. 1884. SIMON STERNE
The Prevention of Defective and
Slipshod Legislation. 1885. RICHARD M. VENABLE.
Partition of Powers between the
Federal and State Govern
ments. 1885. REUBEN C. BENTON.
The Distinction between Legisla
tive and Judicial Functions. 1885. FRANCIS RAWLE
Car Trust Securities.
SUBJECT. 1886. JOHNSON T. PLATT..
The Opportunity for the Develop
ment of Jurisprudence in the
United States. 1886. WILLIAM P. WELLS.
The Dartmouth College Case and
Private Corporations. 1886. JOHN F. DILLON.
. Law Reports and Law Reporting. 1887. HENRY JACKSON
Indemnity the Essence of Insur
ance; Causes and Consequences of Legislation qualifying
this Principle. 1887. JAMES K. EDSALL..
The Granger Cases and the Police
Power. 1888. J. RANDOLPH TUCKER... Congressional Power over Inter
State Commerce. 1888. J. M. WOOLWORTH..... Jurisprudence Considered as
Branch of the Social Science. 1889. HENRY B. BROWN..
Judicial Independence. 1889. WALTER B. HILL.
The Federal Judicial System. 1890. HENRY C. TOMPKINS. The Necessity for Uniformity in
The Laws Governing Commer
cial Paper. 1890. DWIGHT H. OLMSTEAD.. Land Transfer Reform. 1890. JOHN F. DUNCOMBE.
Election Laws. 1891. FREDERICK N. JUDSON. Liberty of Contract under the
Police Power. 1891. W. B. HORNBLOWER.
The Legal Status of the Indian. 1892. JOHN W. CARY..
. Limitations of the Legislative
Power in Respect to Personal
Rights and Private Property. 1892. WILLIAM L. SNYDER... The Problem of Uniform Legis.
lation. 1893. HENRY WADE ROGERS.
The Treaty-Making Power. 1893. W. W. MCFARLAND.
. The Evolution of Jurisprudence. 1893. U. M. Rose..
Trusts and Strikes. 1894. HAMPTON L. CARSON. Great Dissenting Opinions. 1894. CHARLES CLAFLIN ALLEN.... Injunction and Organized Labor. 1895. WILLIAM WIRT HOWE.. Historical Relation of the Roman
Law to the Law of England. 1895. RICHARD WAYNE PARKER.... The Tyrannies of Free Govern
ment, or the Modern Scope of Constitutional Guarantees of
Liberty and Property. 1896. JAMES M. WOOLWORTH The Development of the Law of
Contracts. 1896. JOSEPH B. WARNER.. The Responsibilities of the Law
yer. 1896. MONTAGUE CRACKANTHORPE,
of the English Bar.... . The Uses of Legal History.
SUBJECT. 1897. ROBERT MATHER
Constitutional Construction and
the Commerce Clause. 1897. EUGENE WAMBAUGH
The Present Scope of Govern
ment. 1898. LYMAN D. BREWSTER.
Uniform State Laws. 1898. L. C. KRAUTHOFF.
Malice as an Ingredient of a
Civil Cause of Action. 1899. EDWARD Q. KEASBEY.
New Jersey and the Great Cor
porations. 1899. SIB WM. RANN KENNEDY,
Judge of the High Court of
The State Punishment of Crime. 1900. EDWARD AVERY HARRIMAN... Ultra Vires Corporation Leases. 1900. John BASSETT MOORE.. A Hundred Years of American
Diplomacy. 1900. RICHARD M. VENABLE.
Growth or Evolution of Law. 1901. RICHARD C. DALE.
Implied Limitations upon the Ex
ercise of the Legislative Power. 1901. HENRY D. ESTABROOK. The Lawyer, Hamilton. 1901. CHARLES J. HUGHES, JR.. The Evolution of Mining Law. 1901. PLATT ROGERS
The Law of New Conditions
Illustrated by the Law of Irri.
gation. 1902. M. D. CHALMERS,
Parliamentary Counsel to
the Treasury (England)... Codification of Mercantile Law. 1902. AMASA M. EATON..
The Origin of Municipal Incor
poration in England and in the
United States. 1902. EMLIN MCCLAIN
The Evolution of the Judicial
Opinion. 1903. SIR FREDERICK POLLOCK,
of the English Bar..... English Law Reporting. 1903. WILLIAM A. GLASGOW, JR. A Dangerous Tendency of Legis
lation. 1904. J. M. DICKINSON....
The Alaskan Boundary Case. 1904. BENJAMIN F. ABBOTT. To What Extent will a Nation
Protect its Citizens in Foreign
Countries? 1905. RICHARD LOCKHART HAND.... Government by the People. 1906. ROSCOE POUND
The Causes of Popular Dissatis
faction with the Administra
tion of Justice. 1906. JOHN J. JENKINS..
Can Congress Transfer to the
States its Power to Regulate
Commerce? 1906. THOMAS J. KERNAN....... The Jurisprudence of Lawless