19 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1933-1934)

handle is hein.barjournals/malr0019 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME XIX.

NUMBER 1.

1r911
Massachusetts
Law Quarterly
NOVEMBER, 1933
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT
(See Inside of Cover)
NINTH REPORT
OF THE
JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRAGIC FARCE OF THE GUSTIN TRIAL  .     ..............   103
(From the Bar Bulletin.)
MOVING FORWARD ............        .................      107
(From the ' liar Bulletin.)
ABUSE OF THE LAW AS TO ATrrACIIIENT Or? MOTOR VEHICLES AND THE PLACING
OF KEEPERS IN SMALL STORES-REMEDIES PROPOSED BY SENATOR MACKAY . 109
MEMORANDUM AS TO THE RECENT MINNESOTA CASE AS TO FORECLOSURE OF
MORTGAGES ...........       ......................    111
PETITION OF MASSACHUSETTs BAR ASSOCIATION FOR REPEAL OF G. L. CHAP-
TER 221 49 .........     ......................         112
DISTRICT AI'ORNEYS AND POLITICS-SENATOR LANGONE'S BILL ....... 112
AN ANNIVERSARY IN TIHE I-LoIIy OF A FREE, PIIRSs .............  113
Issued Quarterly by the
MASSACHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION, 60 State St., Boston, Mass.

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