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HELD AT THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, JANUARY 14 AND 15, 1890.
CONSTITUTION, OFFICERS, STANDING COMMITTEES
AND ROLL OF MEMBERS
FOR THE YEAR 1890.
PUBLISHED by authority of the Association.
W. L. GROSS,
February 15, 1890.
H. W. ROKKER'S PUBLISHING HOUSE.
10 10,11 11, 12 13-17
Amendments: Articles IX, XVI and XVIII.
Officers and Members Present....
Attendance, Justices of Supreme Court..
Resolution embodied in Report, adopted as Amended
Recommendations in Report, Referred....
pointment of Delegates.....
J. K. Edsall and S. S. Gregory...
Action Thereon: Resolution, Memorialize Congress.
Address, of ex-Supreme Justice John M. Scott..
Letter, from ex-Supreme Justice Lyman Trumbull..
President's Annual Address: Hon E. Callahan..
Adopted in Convention January 4th, 1877, and as finally
Amended January 15th, 1890.
. The Association is formed to cultivate the science of juris. prudence, to promote reform in the law, to facilitate the administration of justice, to elevate the standard of integrity, honor, and courtesy in the legal profession, to encourage a thorough and liberal legal education, and to cherish a spirit of brotherhood among the members thereof.
MEMBERS. The members of the Bar of this State attending this convention, this January 4th, 1877, are hereby declared to be members of this Association, provided they shall, on or before the 1st day of April, 1877, pay the admission fee and subscribe to this Constitution, or otherwise in writing notify the Secretary of their acceptance of membership. And also, all members of the Bar of this State shall be admitted to membership who, before that day, shall notify the Secretary of