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ELECTION OF REGENTS.

ALBANY, N. Y., February 11, 1920.

At a joint session of the Senate and Assembly of the State of New York, held in the Assembly Chamber in the City of Albany, Wednesday the eleventh day of February, nineteen hundred and twenty, in pursuance of law,

JAMES BYRNE, of the City of New York, Borough of Manhattan, was declared duly elected as a

REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, for a term of twelve years from the first day of April, 1920; and

WILLIAM J. WALLIN, of the City of Yonkers, County of Westchester, Ninth Judicial District, was declared duly elected

as a

REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, for a term to expire on the first day of April, 1921; and

WILLIAM BONDY, of the City of New York, Borough of Manhattan, First Judicial District, was duly elected as a

REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, for a term to expire on the first day of April, 1923. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have placed our hands and the seals of the Senate and Assembly of the State of New York, this eleventh day of February, nineteen hundred and twenty.

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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF COUNCIL OF FARMS AND MARKETS.

ALBANY, N. Y., February 11, 1920.

At a joint session of the Senate and Assembly of the State of New York, held in the Assembly Chamber in the City of Albany, Wednesday, the eleventh day of February, nineteen hundred and twenty, in pursuance of law,

WILLIAM E. DANA, of the Village of Avon, County of Livingston, Seventh Judicial District, was declared duly elected as a MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF FARMS AND MARKETS, for a term of ten years from the first day of April, 1920;

E. LINCOLN ROCKERFELLER, of the City of New York, Borough of Brooklyn, Second Judicial District, was duly elected

as a

MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF FARMS AND MARKETS, for a term to expire on the first day of April, 1925.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have placed our hands and the seals of the Senate and Assembly of the State of New York, this eleventh day of February, nineteen hundred and twenty.

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mitted to the bar upon exam

aduates of a college or university;
aduates of a college or university; and
ve been admitted as attorneys and have prac-

In another state or country;

s the applicant must prove by his own affidavit to on of the State Board of Law Examiners that he is a the United States, twenty-one years of age, stating his d an actual and not a constructive resident of the state for Jess than six months immediately preceding and that he has been examined for admission to practice and been refused

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APPENDIX.

Iments to Rules of the Court of Appeals.
four months, and that he has studied law in the
ng to the conditions in these rules prescribed.
'st class (i. e., persons who are not graduates
*) must have studied law for a period of
licant may pursue his course of law
'erkship in the office of a practicing
nch clerkship and partly by attend-
applicant must serve such clerk-
ar continuously either before
w Examiners or after such
be bar. But the provision
nt to serve a clerkship
shall not apply to an
years in a college

OF MEMBERS OF COUNCIL OF FARMS

AND MARKETS.

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ursue his course of law

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.d class (i. e., persons who have been ad

and have practiced three years in another

must have studied law for a period of one year

State and pursue such course of study either by serverkship or by attendance upon a law school as the applicant

Candidates for admission to the bar under this rule (i. e., upon examination) may be admitted and licensed upon producing and filing with the court the certificate of the State Board of Law Examiners that the applicant has satisfactorily passed the examination prescribed by these rules and has complied with their provisions, and upon producing and filing with the court, in the case of applicants in the first class (i. e., persons who are not graduates of a college or university), except in the case of a candidate who has completed two years in a college or university and has thereafter attended a law school for a period of four years, evidence that he has served a regular clerkship of one year in this state with an attorney or attorneys in regular practice, either before or

AMENDMENTS TO RULES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS RELATING TO ADMISSION OF

ATTORNEYS.

STATE OF NEW YORK,

IN COURT OF APPEALS.

At a Court of Appeals for the State of New York, held at Court of Appeals Hall in the City of Albany, on the sixteenth day of March, A. D. 1920.

Present, Hon. FRANK H. HISCOCK, Chief Judge, presiding.

In the Matter of the Amendment

of

Rules III and V of the Rules of the Court of Appeals for the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law.

IT IS ORDERED, That Rule III of the Rules of the Court of Appeals, in relation to the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law, be, and the same hereby is, amended so as to read as follows:

"RULE III

Admission on Examination.

Three classes of persons may be admitted to the bar upon exam ination:

1. Persons who are not graduates of a college or university; 2. Persons who are graduates of a college or university; and 3. Persons who have been admitted as attorneys and have practiced three years in another state or country.

In each class the applicant must prove by his own affidavit to the satisfaction of the State Board of Law Examiners that he is a citizen of the United States, twenty-one years of age, stating his age, and an actual and not a constructive resident of the state for not less than six months immediately preceding and that he has not been examined for admission to practice and been refused

NOTE. Matter in italics is new.

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