26 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1941)

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VOLUME XXVL            1st Supplement         Special    NUMBER       1.
Massachusetts
Law Quarterly
JANUARY, 1941
SIXTEENTH REPORT of the JUDICIAL COUNCIL
FOR TABLES OF CONTENTS OF ALL PREVIOUS REPORTS SINCE 1924 AND A LIST
OF REPORTS OF COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS AND OTHER MATERIAL RELATING
TO THE HISTORY OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM SINCE 1780, SEE 15th.
REPORT (1939) 93-108.
FOR THE HISTORY OF THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL AND ITS RECOMMENDATIONS
AND RESULTS OF ITS WORK, SEE 14th. REPORT (1938) 43-73.
PAGE
INDEX  TO  STATISTICAL  TABLES  ......................................  2
THE, ACT CREATING THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL-MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL .... 4-5
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS AND CHAPTER 27 OF THE RESOLVES OF 1925 ......    5
THE PRESENT REPORT AS A CONTINUATION OF THE FIFTEENTH REPORT .......  5
CONCURRENT  STUDIES-APPROPRIATIONS  ............. : .................  .7
THE POSITION OF THE MASSACHUSETTS COUNCIL IN THE NATIONWIDE MOVEMENT  8
THE  DISTRICT  COURT  SYSTEM  .......................................  10
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE OF THE DISTRICT COURTS ............ 10
TRIAL  JUSTICES  ................................................  10
DISTRICT  COURT  BUSINESS, 1933-1940  ............................  13
REPEAL OF THE EXCLUSIVE ORIGINAL JURISDICTION OF MOTOR VEHICLE TORTS 14
DISTRICT COURT JUSTICES SITTING IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ............ 15
THE PROBLEM OF FULL-TIME JUDICIAL SERVICE ...................... 17
EXPENSE AND WORK LoADS OF COURTS IN EACH COUNTY ......... 19-23
DISCUSSION  OF  SUFFOLK  COUNTY  .............................  24
DISCUSSION  OF  OTHER  COUNTIES  ..............................  25
How  BOSTON  CAN  SAVE  MONEY  ..................................  31
TEMPORARY  PROBATION  OFFICERS  .................................  33
CRIM INAL  PROCEDURE  ................................................  34
ENTRY  DAYS FOR  CRIMINAL APPEALS  ..............................  34
PROCEDURE AS TO ACCESSORIES AFTER THE FACT .................... .34
CIVIL  P ROCEDURE  ...................................................  36
COMPARISON WITH FEDERAL RULES-DIscusSION 0F RULE-MAKING .... 36-38
PIECE-MEAL CHANGE-CONSOLIDATION OF ACTIONS .................. 38-39
COUNTER CLAIM, ETC.-SEPARATE JUDGMENTS .................... 39-40
PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN HUSBAND AND WIFE ........ 40
M INOR  SETTLEMENTS  ............ ..................................  41
REPORTS REQUESTED BY THE LEGISLATURE IN 1939 ...................... 42
DEFAMATION  BY  RADIO  (HOUSE  2404)  ..............................  42
INTERMEDIATE APPEALS  (HOUSE  1355)  ............................  43
COMMON  TRUST  FUNDS  (HOUSE  2245)  ............................  43
COMMON LAW ASSIGNMENTS (HOUSE 237 AND 641) ................ 46
PREVIOUS REPORTS REQUESTED BY THE LEGISLATURE .................... 47
TAx TITLE DEEDS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS ........................ 47
ORGANIZATION  OF  THE  BAR  .......................................  48
M ISCELLANEOUS  M ATTERS  ...........................................  54
NOTICE OF REFUSAL TO INSURE A MOTOR VEHICLE .................. 54
LICENSE TO SELL REAL ESTATE BY ADMINISTRATOR D. B. N.            55
GENERAL LAWS, CHAPTER 215, SECTION 44 ........................ 55
STATUTORY ADJUSTMENTS TO ST. 1939, CHAPTER 257 ................ 56
THE SYSTEM OF' COUNTY PAYMASTERS FOR' STATE COURTS, ESPECIALLY IN....
SUFFOLK  COUNTY  .................................................  58
PROGRESS IN THE PUBLICATION OF THE MASSACHUSETTS REPORTS ............. 59
M EMORANDUM  BY  M R. DALY  . ........................................  60
REPORT OP AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE ON RADIO DEFAMATION.. 61
THE NEW YORK RULE AS TO MINOR SETTLEMENTS OF INJURY CASES ......... 66
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF THE WORK OF THE COURTS AND STATISTICAL TABLES. . 68
A LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE APPELLATE TAX BOARD ............ 83
REPORT OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL RESEARCH BUREAU ON
COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN BOSTON.
A STUDY OF THE -JUDICIAL SYSTEM AND ITS:COST IN SUFFOLK COUNTY

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