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Statute Requiring Oath-Bound Associations to File Constitution and Membership Oath with List of Members, 8 Oregon Law Review 279 (1929)

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In a recent decision, the Supreme Court of the United States affirmed the decision of the New York Court of Appeals,2 which upheld a statute of the state making it unlawful for anyone to knowingly attend a meeting of an oath-bound organization which had not filed a copy of its constitution, oath, etc., with the secretary of state, but specifically exempting certain organizations of the character named from the operation of the statute.

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1929

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Statute Requiring Oath-Bound Associations to File Constitution and Membership Oath with List of Members, 8 Oregon Law Review 279 (1929)

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