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THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
American Bar Association
MONTREAL, P. Q., CANADA
September 1, 2, 3, 1913.
Monday, September 1, 1913. The Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association convened on Monday, September 1, 1913, at 10 o'clock A. M., in the Royal Victoria College, Montreal, P. Q., Canada, President Frank B. Kellogg, of Minnesota, in the Chair.
MORNING SESSION. The President:
In calling to order the Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Association, I have the pleasure and honor of presenting the Prime Minister of Canada, Right Honorable Robert L. Borden, who desires to extend a word of greeting.
Rt. Hon. Robert L. Borden:
I am honored in being privileged to welcome you to this city and to this Dominion at the opening of the first convention of your Association ever held outside the great Republic of which you are citizens. It is not necessary to assure you that the people of this city and province, and indeed of the whole