History of the Bench and Bar of California: Being Biographies of Many Remarkable Men, a Store of Humorus and Pathetic Recollections, Accounts of Important Legislation and Extraordinary Cases, Comprehending the Judicial History of the State (Google eBook)

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Oscar T. Shuck
The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., Oct 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 1152 pages
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Contents

The STATE SUPREME COURT
349
ATTORNEY GENERALS of CALIFORNIA
357
OUR FIRST WATER RIGHTS DECISION
361
The REMARKABLE CONTEMPT CASE of PHILOSOPHER PICKETT
367
REMINISCENCES of JUDGES and LAWYERS
377
MEN of the FIRST ERA
417
VETERANS SURVIVING in 1900
483
NECROLOGY of RECENT YEARS
537

The TRAGIC HISTORY of the SHARON CASES
173
The CALIFORNIA CODE of LAWS
191
The STRANGE STORY of an OLD BANK DEPOSIT
197
The GREAT BRODERIGK WILL CASE
209
The HORACE HAWES WILL CASE
215
LEGAL EDUCATION in the STATE UNIVERSITY
221
The FIELD of HONOR
227
LYNCH LAW in CALIFORNIA
267
The HISTORY of the MINING LAWS of CALIFORNIA
279
The CELEBRATED TRUST WILL of JAMES G FAIR
335
MASTERS WHO FOLLOWED the PIONEERS
559
SOME of the STRONG MEN of TODAY
617
FEDERAL and STATE JUDICIARY PAST AND PRESENT
653
SENIORS of the COLLECTIVE BAR
771
The JUNIOR RANK
993
CITIZENSHIP of CHINAMEN
1099
The EARLY BENCH and BAR of SAN JOSE
1107
CALIFORNIA LAW BOOKS
1131
Stephen M White In Memoriam
1137
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