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" The whole judicial power of each state (at least for civil causes) should be vested in one great court, of which all tribunals should be branches, departments, or divisions. The business, as well as the judicial administration of this court, should be... "
The World's Work - Page 666
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1913
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International Law, Public Law and Jurisprudence

James Brown Scott - International law - 1917 - 865 pages
...indorsed by that body for adoption by the States. He put It thus: "The whole judicial power of each State should be vested in one great court, of which all...departments, or divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of tills court should be thoroughly organized so as to prevent not merely waste...
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The Constitutional Review, Volumes 1-2

Henry Campbell Black - Constitutional law - 1917
...applied as his general recommendation for American adoption. "The whole judicial power of each state should be vested in one great court, of which all...tribunals should be branches, departments, or divisions. This court should be constituted in three chief branches: (1) county courts or municipal courts, (2)...
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Constitutional Convention Bulletins, Issues 1-15

Constitutional conventions - 1920 - 1224 pages
...unneeeexsary cost In litigation. American Bar Association Reports, 1909, page 578, at page 589. "I. The whole judicial power of each state, at least for...departments or divisions. 'The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly organized so as to prevent not merely waste...
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Principles and Problems of Government

Charles Grove Haines, Mrs. Bertha Harner (Moser) Hains - Political science - 1921 - 597 pages
...committee of the American Bar Association and were presented to that organization in 19o9.1 Principle I. The whole judicial power of each state, at least for...which all tribunals should be branches, departments, and divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly...
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Michigan State Bar Journal, Volume 1

Bar associations - 1922
...first principle which the committee desire to submit is that of unification of the judicial system. "The whole judicial power of each state, at least...departments or divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly organized so as to prevent not merely waste...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 86

John Forrest Dillon, Seymour Dwight Thompson, John Davison Lawson, William Law Murfree, Elisha Greenhood, Lyne Shackelford Metcalfe, Alexander Henry Robbins, Needham Calvin Collier, William Arthur Gardner, Claude Perrin Berry - Law - 1918
...the article mentioned by Mr. Sims. Prof. Pound says: "The whole judicial power of each state * * * should be vested in one great court, of which all...tribunals should be branches, departments or divisions. * * * This court should be constituted in three chief branches: (1) county courts or municipal courts;...
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National Municipal Review, Volume 3

Municipal government - 1914
...for the betterment of courts is recognition of the principle that all the judicial power of a state should be vested in one great court, of which all...tribunals should be branches, departments, or divisions, and this court should have power to amend, revise, and create its procedural rules. But here we are...
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The Cornell Law Quarterly, Volume 7

Law reviews - 1922
...Formulate Proposed Laws to Prevent Delay and Unnecessary Costs in Litigation, reported as follows: "The whole judicial power of each state (at least...departments, or divisions. The business, as well as the judicial administration of this court, should be thoroughly organized, so as to prevent not merely...
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Handbook of Court Administration and Management

Hays - Law - 1992 - 548 pages
...Following the Weberian principle of "unity of command," the Special Committee called for each state to have one great court, of which all tribunals should be...departments or divisions. The business, as well as the judicial administration of the court, should be thoroughly organized, so as to prevent not merely waste...
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The Business of the Supreme Court: A Study in the Federal Judicial System

Felix Frankfurter, James McCauley Landis - Political Science - 1927 - 349 pages
As Felix Frankfurter and James Landis write in their preface to The Business of the Supreme Court, "To an extraordinary degree legal thinking dominates the United States. Every ...
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