Constitution, By-laws, Rules of Committees, Members and Officers, May 1897

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The Association, 1897 - Bar associations - 35 pages
 

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Page 17 - ... writing. At the time and place so appointed (or to which the hearing may be adjourned), the sub-committee will proceed to consider the case upon the complaint, and upon the answer, if any, and the evidence.
Page 17 - ... shall cause a similar notice to be served on the party presenting the complaint. At the time and place appointed, or at such other time as may be named by the Committee, the member complained of may file a written answer or defense, and the Committee shall proceed to the consideration of the case upon such complaint and answer, or upon the complaint alone, if no answer is interposed. The complainant and the member complained of shall each be allowed to appear personally and by counsel, who must...
Page 7 - BAR ASSOCIATION". ARTICLE II. The objects of the Association are to maintain the honor and dignity of the Profession of the Law; to cultivate social intercourse and acquaintance among the members of the Bar, and to increase their usefulness in aiding the administration of justice, and in promoting legal and judicial reform.
Page 18 - If they find the complaint, or any material part of it to be true, they shall so report to the Association, with their recommendation as to the action to be taken thereon, and, if requested by either party, may, in their discretion, also report the evidence taken or any designated part thereof. The Association shall thereupon proceed to take such action on said report as...
Page 14 - Meeting of the Association, the order of business shall be as follows : 1. Reading of Minutes of preceding meeting. 2. Report of Executive Committee. 3. Report of Treasurer. 4. Report of Committee on Admissions. 5.
Page 17 - ... shall cause a copy of the complaint, together with a notice of not less than five days, of the time and place when the committee will meet for the consideration thereof, to be served on the...
Page 9 - ... shall collect, and, under the direction of the Executive Committee, disburse all funds of the Association. He shall report annually, and oftener if required ; he shall keep regular accounts, which shall be at all times open to the inspection of the members of the Association.
Page 12 - Any member of the Association may be suspended or expelled for misconduct in his relations to this Association or in his profession on conviction thereof in such manner as may be prescribed by the...
Page 18 - Before the trial shall commence, the member complained of may object peremptorily to any one or more of the Committee, not exceeding three ; and the places of those objected to shall be supplied by appointment by a majority of the remaining members of the Committee, for the purposes of the trial.
Page 10 - ... keep a record of the proceedings, and conduct the correspondence of the association, and perform the usual duties of such office. TREASURER. The Treasurer shall collect and, by order of the Executive Committee, disburse all funds of the association and keep regular accounts, which at all times shall be open to the inspection of any member or members of the Executive Committee. ANNUAL MEETING.

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