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Second year.–Agency, partnership, sales, bailments, bills and notes, and commercial law, municipal corporations, private corporations, mortgages and liens, equity jurisprudence, real property, constitutional law (elective), equity and code pleading and practice, insurance, medical jurisprudence (elective), legal microscopy (elective).

Organization and methods of instruction. Those not able to give satisfactory evidence of scholastic attainments must undergo an examination equivalent to that required of applicants for admission to one of the four-year courses of the university. The system of instruction is by lectures, text-books, and recitations. Moot courts are held.

“For those who complete the course in law, but have not had the required amount of general education necessary for the degree of LL. B., a certificate of having completed the course in law is provided.”—(H. L. Wilgers, esq., in reply to inquiry from Bureau of Education.)

53. Law Department of the Missouri State University, Columbia, Mo. Alexander Martin, dean. Seven instructors, 75 students, 15 having degree in letters or science, 25 graduates, 36 weeks in school year.

Course of study: First year.-Elementary law, criminal law, torts, bailments, contracts, law of sales, commercial paper, partnership, domestic relations. Books used: Robinson's Elementary Law, Bishop's Contracts, Cooley's Torts, Schouler's Domestic Relations and Bailments, Tiedeman's Sales, Pollock's Partnership, Tiedeman's Commercial Paper, Criminal Code of Missouri.

Second year.-Law of real property, constitutional law, interpretation and construction of statutes, pleading and practice, equity jurisprudence, admiralty, insurance, law of corporations, international law, law of evidence. Books used: Tiedemau's Real Property, Bispham's Equity Jurisprudence, Greenleaf's Evidence, Vol. 1; Boon's Corporations, Cooley's Principles of Constitutional Law, Woolsey's International Law, May's or Flanders's Insurance, Bliss's Code Pleading, Deshy's Shipping and Admiralty and Federal Procedure.

Third year (graduate course).-Constitutional law, corporations, insurance, trusts, patents, law of homicide. The student in this course is allowed to select any special subject in law for extended examination and study, to be presented concurrently with the subjects embraced in the course.

Organization and methods of instruction. The course is of two years, but to provide the intending practitioner with a more extended and practical knowledge of the most important subjects embraced in modern law a post-graduate course was egtablished in April, 1891. The faculty are more and more satisfied that the highest results can not be reached by lectures alone, however clear and thorough they may be, and that the study of text-books and leading cases is also necessary. A moot court is held every Friday.

54. Iowa College of Law, Des Moines, Iowa, Josiah Giren, dean.--Six instructors, 37 students, 12 graduates, 32 weeks in school year.

Course of study: First year.-Elementary law (Walker's American Law), contracts (Bishop's), torts (Bishop's Noncontract Law), pleading and practice (Stephen's Work and Boone's Code Pleading), review and general discussion (once in two weeks), 10 weeks; criminal law (Wharton's), partnership (Story), agency (Meechem's), bills and notes (Tiedeman's), pleading and practice, review and general discussion (once every two weeks), 11 weeks; bailments and common carriers, (Schouler's), domestic relations, Browne's Real Property (Tiedeman), pleading and practice (Kinne's), review and general discussion (once every two weeks), 10 weeks.

Second year.-Elementary law (Blackstone's Commentaries), personal property (Brantley's), evidence (Greenleaf's, vol. 1), sales and chattel mortgages (Tiedeman’s), pleading and practice (Kinne’s), review and general discussion (once every two weeks), 10 weeks; elementary law (Blackstone's Commentaries), equity jurisprudence (Bispham's), corporations (Boone's), insurance (May's), pleading and practice (Kinne's), review and discussion (once every two weeks), 11 weeks; elementary law (Blackstone's Commentaries), corporations, constitutional and international law, civil law, probate, pleading, and practice, review and general discussion.

Organization and methods of instruction.-Lectures and text-book recitations apon lessons previously announced are combined. Topics are assigned to students, who are required to present them orally and often without notes to the class. Moot courts are organized immediately after the opening of the fall term. An admission examination is held for those not having been educated in a college or secondary school. The subjects of examination are arithmetic, history, orthography, English grammar, and composition.

55. Law School of Mercer Unirersity, Macon, Ga.-- Three instructors.

Beyond the course of the school (which is not given), lectures are given during the year on special topics, such as pleading and evidence, commercial law, law of ejectment, equity, professional ethics, etc.

56. Law School of the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Moses Hallett, dean.Fourteen instructors; 36 weeks in school year.

The school having been organized in May, 1892, it is not desirable to present statistics until it fairly enters upon its work in September, 1892.

Course of study: First year.-American constitutional law, Roman law, contracts, real property, criminal law and procedure, torts and personal rights, bailments, common law and code, pleadings, domestic relations, personal property, private corporations, agency, wills.

Second year.-Federal jurisprudence, sales of personal property, evidence, equity jurisprudence, pleading and practice, trusts, executors and administrators, surety. ship and mortgages, bills of exchange and promissory notes, partnership, damages, carriers, peculiarities of Colorado law and practice; special lectures will be delivered.

Organization and methods of instruction. Although the method of instruction is mainly that of lectures, the same subject-matter will be covered by recitation work. Moot courts will be held each week. “Those who are not graduates of colleges or high schools are required to undergo a written examination in respect to general education.”

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Summary of statistics of law schools in the l’nited States. Number of law schools..

56 Number of instructors

453 Number of students..

6, 106 The number of students who had, previous to their engaging in the study of law, obtained a degree in letters or science, either from a college or some other institution conferring literary or scientific degree, is unknown. Many colleges take no record of such facts; others again may be apprehensive that invidious distinctions may bo drawn against themselves, if the facts in their case be known. Under these conditions there is but one method to follow, that is, to take the total number of students in the schools that report the fact in question and to compare that total with the total number of students reported as having previously obtained a bachelor degree in arts or science. This has been the method followed by the specialist who has prepared the chapter on professional schools in the Annual Report of the Bureau of Education, when preparing the diagrams illustrating the increase of attendance at the various professional institutions in Germany, France, and particularly in the United States. Addopting this method of procedure then, it appears that theNumber of schools reporting the fact was

26 Number of students in them ....

3, 261 Number of students having a degree

498 To put the matter briefly, 15 in every 100 students in 26 schools had obtained a degrec in some institution not giving professional instruction, or, more technically expressed, had obtained a degree in letters or science.

The length of the course is two years. Of 54 schools reporting 40 have a two years' course, 7 have a course of 1 year which in several instances inay be spread

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over two, 27 schools have a three yoars' course. Of the 40 schools with two years'
courses, several permit the student to take it in one year, and 7 schools, on the con-
trary, offer a post-graduate course. In Washington, D. C., this is called a “post-
graduate course in practice.” Yale Law Schoul has an undergraduate course of two
years and a post-graduate courso also of two, but one (the last) of which need not
be taken.

III, COLLEGES OFFERING INSTRUCTION IN LAW IN COLLEGE AND

COMMERCIAL COURSES.

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1. Arkansas College, Batesville, Ark. General principles of common and interna

tional law.
2. University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Sophomore: International law. Senior:

Roman law; jurisprudence; constitutional law of the United States.
3. University of the Pacific, College Park, Cal. Junior: Constitutional and inter-

national law; commercial law.
4. Los Angeles College, Los Angeles, Cal. Sophomore: Constitutional law. Junior:

International law. Senior: Roman jurisprudence.
5. St. Vincent's College, Los Angeles, Cal. Commercial law.
6. Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Menlo Park, Cal. History of Roman law.
7. Napa College, Napa, Cal. Junior: Jurisprudence; commercial law,
8. California College, Oakland, Cal. Senior: International law.
9. University of Southern California, University, Cal. Sophomore: Constitutional

law. Junior: International law.
10. San Joaquin Valley College, Woodbridge, Cal. Senior: International law.
11. Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colo. Junior and Senior: Roman law.
12. University of Denver, University Park, Colo. Junior: International law.
13. Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. Junior: Roman jurisprudence.
14. Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Senior: Law.
15. Delaware College, Newark, Del. Senior: International or constitutional law.
16. Columbian University, Washington, D. C. Senior: International law.
17. Howard University, Washington, D. C. Senior: International law.
18. John B. Stetson University, De Land, Fla. Commercial law.
19. Florida Conference College, Leesburg, Fla. Commercial law.
20. Seminary West of the Suwanee River, Tallahassee, Fla. Senior: International

law; commercial law.
21. Hedding College, Abingdon, Ill. Junior: Commercial law. Senior: Interra-

tional law.
22. Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Ill. Senior: International law.
23. St. Viateur's College, Bourbonnais Grove, Ill. Third and fourth years: Commer-

cial law.
24. Blackburn University, Carlinville, Ill. Senior: International law.
25. Carthage College, Carthage, Ill. Senior: Commercial law.
26. Eureka College, Eureka, nl. Commercial law.
27. Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Senior: Constitutional and interna-

tional law.
28. Ewing College, Ewing, Ill. Senior: International law.
29. Knox College, Galesburg, Ill. Senior: Internationl law.
30. Lombard University, Galesburg, Ill. Senior: Law of nations.
31. Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, Ill. Senior: Roman law.
32. McKendree College, Lebanon, Ill. Senior: International law.
33. Lincoln University, Lincoln, Ill. Senior: International law.
34. Northwestern College, Naperville, Ill. Junior: Constitutional law. Senior:

33. Chaddock College, Quincy, Ill. Senior: International law. 36. St. Francis Solanus College, Quincy, Ill. Commercial law. 37. Shurtleff' College, Upper Alton, Ill. Junior: Constitutional law. Scnior: In

ternational law. 38. L'niversity of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. Senior: Rural law. 39. Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. Senior: Roman law. 40. Taylor University, Fort Wayne, Ind. Commercial law. 41. Franklin College, Franklin, Ind. Senior: Constitutional law. 42. De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind. Senior: International law. 43. Hanover College, Hanover, Iud. Junior: Constitutional and international law. 44. Hartsville College, Hartsville, Ind. Commercial law. 45. Butler University, Irvington, Ind. Senior: International law, 46. Union Christian College, Merom, Ind. Commercial law, 47. Ridgeville College, Ridgeville, Ind. Commercial law. 48. Amity College, College Springs, Iowa. Senior International law, commercial

law. 49. German-English College, Charles City, Iowa. Commercial law. 50. Des Moines ('ollege, Des Moines, Iowa. Senior: International law. 51. Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. Senior: Commercial law. 52. Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa. Senior: International law. 53. Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa. Senior: International law. 51. Iowa College, Grinnell, Iowa. Senior: International law, law and public econ

omy. 55. Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa. Senior: Constitutional law. 56. State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Junior: Constitutional and inter

pational law. 57. Iowa Wesleyan University, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Senior: International law. 58. Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Senior : International law. 59. Oskaloosa College, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Senior: International law, commercial

law. 60. Penn College, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Senior: International law. 61. Central University of Iowa, Pella, Iowa. Senior: International law. 62. University of the North west, Sioux City, Iowa. Senior: International law, com

mercial law. 63. Tabor College, Tabor, Iowa. Senior: International law, commercial law. 61. Western College, Toledo, Iowa. Senior: International law, conimercial law. 63. Midland College, Atchison, Kans. Senior: International law. 60. St. Benedict's College, Atchison, Kans. Commercial law. 67. ('ollege of Emporia, Emporia, Kans. Senior: Constitutional law. 68. ('entral College, Enterprise, Kans. Senior: Roman and international law. 69. Highland University, Highland, Kans. Commercial law. 70. Campbell Cuiversity, Holton, Kans. Commercial law, 71. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. Constitutional and international law. 72. Lane l’niversity, Lecompton, Kans. Commercial law. 73. Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kaps. Commercial law. 71. Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kans. Senior: International law. 73. St. Mary's Collego, St. Mary's, Kans. Commercial law. 76. Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, Kans. Junior: Constitutional law. . Sen.

ior: International law, commercial law. 77. ('ooper Memorial College, Sterling, Kans. Senior: International law. 78. Wichita University, Wichita, Kans. Commercial law. 79. Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, Kans. Senior: Constitutional iaw, com

mercial law. 80. (entre College, Danville, Ky. Junior: International law. 81. Eminence College, Eminence, Ky. Commercial law.

82. Georgetown College, Georgetown, Ky. First year: Commercial law. 83. Central University, Richmond, Ky. Commercial law. 84. Kentucky Wesleyan College, Winchester, Ky. Senior: International law, Com

mercial law. 85. Jefferson College, Convent, La. Commercial law. 86. Centenary College, Jackson, La. Senior: International and constitutional law. 87. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Senior: International law, 88. Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. Senior: Constitutional law. 89. St. John's Collego, Annapolis, Md. Senior: International and constitutional

law. 90. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. International law, constitutional

law, Roman law, comparative jurisprudence of the principal European sys. toms, history of the common and statute law of England, administration and

public law. 91. Rock Hill College, Ellicott City, Md. Commercial law. 92. Mt. St. Mary's College, Mt. St. Marys, Md. Commercial law. 93. Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. Senior: International law. 91. Boston University, Boston, Mass. Junior and Senior: Roman law. 95. Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. · International, constitutional, and

Roman law. 96. French Protestant College, Springfield, Mass. Senior: International law. 97. Tufts College, Tufts College, Mass, Senior: Ancient, Roman, and international

law, 98. Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. Senior: Constitutional, civil, and

international law. 99. Adrian College, Adrian, Mich. Senior: International law, commercial law. 100. Albion College, Albion, Mich. Senior: Constitutional and international law. 101. Alma College, Alma, Mich. Senior: International law, commercial law. 102. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich: Constitutional law of tho United

States, comparative constitutional law, international law. 103. Benzonia College, Benzonia, Mich. Commercial law. 104. Detroit Collego, Detroit, Mich. Commercial law. 105. Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich. Senior: International law. 106. St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. Commercial law. 107. Hamline University, Hamlino, Minn. Senior: Constitutional, international, and

American common law. 108. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Senior: Public international law. 109. Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. Senior: Constitutional law. 110. Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn. Senior: International law. 111. St. Paul's College, St. Paul Park, Minn. Senior: International law, commercial

law. 112. Parker College, Winnebago City, Minn. Senior: International law. 113. Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss. Commercial law. 114. Christian University, Canton, Mo. Commercial law. 115. St. Vincent's College, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Commercial law. 116. Carthage Collegiate Instituto, Carthage, Mo. Senior: Constitutional and inter

national law. 117. University of the State of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Constitutional and inter

national law, law of contracts. 118. Central College, Fayette, Mo. Commercial law. 119. Ozark College, Greenfield, Mo. Commercial law. 120. William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. Commercial law; Senior: Internatio

law. 121. Missouri Valley Collego, Mar

Senior: Internationalla77. 122. Morrisville College, Morrissi

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