44 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1959)

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VOLUME XLIV


   Massachusetts Law Quarterly

                       APRIL, 1959

          (For Complete Table of Contents see Page 1)
The Centennial Anniversary of the Superior Court and Resolution of
  Congress Relating Thereto
Report of the Midwinter Meeting in Holyoke MILTON J. DoNOvAN
  Award of the Association Medal for 1959
New Statutes - Chap. 65 as to Dower; Chap. 105, Foreclosure under
  Soldiers' and Sailors' Act
Administrative Discharge or Release of Federal Liens
                               ANTHONY JULIAN, U. S. Attorney
More Hope about Federal Liens - The ABA Committee Report and
  Draft of Legislation
Limited Zoning Variances                   KENNETH B. BOND
  A Question and a Warning
The Governor's Bill for Another Constitutional Convention
  Argument in Favor                 CHARLES FRANCIS MAHONEY
Medical-Legal Statement of Principles as Approved
                                        CHARLES W. BARTLETT
Criticism of the Supreme Court         ALFRED J. SCHWEPPE
  Resolutions of the ABA House of Delegates and
  President Malone's Letter
The Boston Conference on World Peace Through Law
Alice in Nuclear Energy Land - Part IV - Radiation, An Enemy
  of the People??? - New Problems in Law and Legislation and
  the Trial of Thoonen v. Commonwealth of Australia
                                          JA1Es B. MULDOON
France Cracks Down on Trials by Newspapers
  and Law Enforcement Leaks
A Judge's Remark about Judges
Matters for the Annual Meeting
Nominating Committee Report - Proposal to Increase Dues

SAVE THE DATES
                  JUNE 12, 13, 14, 1959
      ANNUAL MEETING AND LAWYERS' INSTITUTE
Mayflower Hotel                     Plymouth, Massachusetts

          Issued by the Massachusetts Bar Association
15 Pemberton Square                  Boston 8, Massachusetts


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