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GOVERNING THE RELATIONS OF
OF THE FACULTY OF LAW IN HARVARD UNIVERSITY
ST. PAUL, MINN.
This book is based upon an occasional course of lectures delivered in the Law School of Harvard University. No more is attempted than to deal with the elements of the administrative law which governs the relations of public officers. At the same time the matters brought out are specific, so that what is discussed may prove of service. The annotation is not exhaustive, but is intended to make reference to a variety of cases, valuable for the purpose of consultation, which bear upon the subjects discussed in the text. In the appendix are collected many statutes, regulations, orders, and forms which govern administrative practice before the principal executive departments, so that this book may be a manual for lawyers engaged in such matters. Upon the whole, this treatise deals with the first principles of the law of administration. To that end, the analysis of the subject is made upon the systematic basis that appears in the table of contents. It will then appear that the law upon administration is still in the making, because the phraseology employed had no accepted basis to found itself upon. So far as this law is developed this treatise purports to present it.
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