32 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1963)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                      CHICAGO   ASSOCIATION OF LAW    LIBRARIES

lumber 32                                                              February. 1963


          At the October 26 meeting, the Executive Committee recommended to the
membership that the annual dues be increased from $1.00 per year to $2.00 per year
effective during the current (1962-1963) year. The Committee's reasons for this
recommendation were twofold:

          (1) Income not keeping pace with the rising costs of operation.

          (2) Additional income required for the publication and distri-
               bution of the Proceedings of the Conference on Classification.

          A three-fourths majority of those Association members present at the meet-
ing voted in favor of the increase based on the discussion and financial report.
Although a three-fourths majority vote is all that is necessary to amend the By-
Laws, the Committee felt it should notify the membership prior to the next meeting
that an amendment to By-Law, Art. IVp Sec. 1, will be proposed at the meeting on
March 1.

          Please take this opportunity to vote.


                              MEETING: MARCH 1. 1963

          Speaker: The Honorable Luther M. Swygert, Judges U. S. Court of Appeals,
Seventh Circuit. Topic: Law--Master or Servant of the State concerning law in
United States and law in Russia.

          Details, of course, arrive in the usual fashion.


                               SAN FRANCISCO MEETING

          The annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries was held
 at the Jack Tar Hotel in San Francisco from July 1 to July 5.

          Old and new friends were greeted at the opening cocktail party on Sunday,
July 1, at the World Trade Club, where they also enjoyed a Polynesian Revue.

          Monday at twilight found the conventioneers aboard the SS Harbor Queen
 for a cruise of San Francisco Bay and a spectacular view of the lights of the city.

          After the cruise the Chicago Chapter had a delightful Chinese dinner at
 the Forbidden City. And a good time was had by all.

          Tuesday's luncheon was held at the Alta Mira Hotel, set in the hills of
Sausalito, after a bus tour and crossing of the famous Golden Gate Bridge. We con-
tinued the tour after lunch to see the Presidio, Sea Cliff House, Golden Gate Park
and its beautiful Japanese Gardens, and thrilled at the magnificent and breath-
taking view of San Francisco from Twin Peaks.

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