N.J. Constitutional Convention: Vol. 4, Page 95


STATE OF NEW JERSEY CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1947
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
Wednesday, June 25, 1947 (Morning session)

very much for coming.

MR. CONFORD: Thank you. We appreciate the opportunity of coming here today.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: I think we have a short statement from a representative of the Hudson County Bar Association. I might mention that luncheon for the delegates will be served at 1:00; it's not quite 12:30.

MR. WILLIAM T. CAHILL: My name is William T. Cahill, President of the Hudson County Bar Association. We received an invitation to attend this meeting too late to prepare a presentation. We will take means to prepare a report and recommendations to this Committee and will either make them orally or in writing, as this Committee desires.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Might I suggest that you make them in writing, with a sufficient number of copies so that we may each have a copy. You will, of course, be given the opportunity to appear at the time you submit the written proposal. We would like to have the written proposal before July 7.

MR. CAHILL: How many copies?

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Eleven for the members of the Committee and one for the Archives.

MR. CAHILL: All right, sir.1 The Hudson County Bar Association resolution appears in the Appendix.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Thank you very much.

(Discussion off the record)

(Recess for lunch)


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