File consists of records relating to hobby shows organized by the Women's Law Association of Ontario and held at Osgoode Hall. The records document some of the activities of the WLAO and the hobbies of participating lawyers. Harriet A.L. Clark is noted as a participant in a newspaper article about the event from the Toronto Daily Star. Included are programmes and newspaper clippings.
File consists predominantly of correspondence and briefs sent by a variety of organizations and institutions in reply to the committee's request to the Canadian public for written briefs on topics pertaining to the committee's report. Respondents documented in this file include the Dorchester Penitentiary, the Saskatchewan Penitentiary, the Confreres, St. Lawrence House, Office de la prevention et du traitement de l'alcolisme et des autres toxicomanies, the Elizabeth Fry Society, the John Howard Society, the Manitoba Provincial Council of Women, Probation Officers Association of Ontario, and from inmates in the Canadian penitentiary system. Also included in this file are reports, articles, lecture notes, memoranda and the report of a committee study group on parole.
File consists of records pertaining to committee meetings and various committee issues, including budgets and study projects. The records in this file are agendas, correspondence, minutes, reports and statistics.
File consists of records pertaining to the meetings and activities of the committee and the writing of its report. The records in this file are correspondence, agendas, minutes, newspaper clippings, memoranda and a thesis.
File consists of records pertaining to the preparation of the committee's report, particularly chapters entitled "The Investigation of Offences", "Pre-Trial Detention and Bail", and "Representation of the Accused", authored by G. Arthur Martin. The records in this file also document work pertaining to a report on corporal punishment as well as committee progress reports. These records include correspondence, magazine articles, draft chapters, notes, chapter outlines and committee minutes.
File consists of a paper titled "Concepts of Treatment and Training in the Field of Corrections", produced by the Workgroup on Concepts of Treatment and Training. This paper was presented at the Canadian Congress of Corrections, held in Halifax, June 25-30, 1967.
File consists of records pertaining to the Canadian Penitentiary Service. These records include a report on its historical background, a proposal for a standard medium security institution, and a revised 10-year "Plan of Institutional Development, 1963-1967". An architectural drawing is included in that plan.
File consists of correspondence and memoranda from the Canadian Penitentiary Service to the secretary of the Canadian Committee on Corrections, which were copied to G. Arthur Martin. These records pertain to divisional instructions in the Correctional Officers Training Plan and other administrative issues regarding the management of correctional facilities, officers and inmates. Also included is the text of an address given by J.C.A. La Ferriere, director of inmate training, at the Wardens' Conference of 1964, titled "What the Penitentiary Service Expects from the National Parole Board".
File consists of the Committee's draft chapter on the criminal court written by J.D. Morton and a draft paper entitled "The Criminal Courts: Functioning and Facilities" by Professor Friedland. Also included in this file is written feedback from committee chair Roger Ouimet on Morton's draft chapter.
File consists of records pertaining to the report of the Canadian Committee on Corrections. The records in this file document the committee's work on a chapter of the report entitled "The Investigation of Offences and Police Powers", and include correspondence and memoranda exchanged with police-related individuals or agencies. Also included in the file are copies of newspaper clippings, police statistics and reader feedback.
File consists of records pertaining to a chapter of the committee's report, entitled variously as "The Care and Treatment of the Insane" and "The Care and Treatment of Mentally Disordered Persons Under the Criminal Law". The records in this file document the research process for the preparation of a chapter outline and the assignment of the writing of the chapter to lawyer Barry B. Swadron. These records include correspondence, chapter outlines, memoranda, reports from the Canadian Mental Health Association, and draft chapters.
File consists of records pertaining to a panel discussion held at the February 1967 Canadian Bar Association's Mid-Winter Meeting on the topic of the Ontario Legal Aid Plan, for which G. Arthur Martin served as Chair. The records in this file are a list of questions and a transcript of the panel discussion.
File consists of records pertaining to a Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Criminal Justice Subsection dinner meeting held at Osgoode Hall on December 9th, 1968, where G. Arthur Martin was a participant in a panel discussion entitled "Co-operation between the Police, Crown and Defence in Criminal Trials". Hugh Honsberger was the Chair of the Criminal Justice Subsection. The records in this file include notices, correspondence, memoranda and discussion questions.
File consists of records pertaining to the work of the Committee on Police Education, on which G. Arthur Martin participated as a member, to establish a police college in the Province of Ontario. The records in this file document the work of the Committee to gather information about police colleges in other districts for the preparation of a number of reports, some of which are included in this file. Other records in the file include external reports, surveys, briefs, correspondence, blank forms, memoranda, photographs and a syllabus.
File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's membership on the Board of Commissioners of Police. The records in this file document the proceedings of a meeting between the Board and the Police Association, pertaining to police education, salaries and evaluations. These records include Martin's notes and a course syllabus.
File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's participation on the Advisory Committee on the Deanship of Law, a committee tasked to select the Dean of Law at Queens University, Kingston. The records in this file include biographical notes on the candidates for the position and include correspondence from law students regarding the committee's criteria for selection.
File consists of correspondence regarding a variety of topics, including requests for articling positions or jobs, speaking engagements, recommendations, legal cases, requests for support in bencher elections, and invitations to gatherings or events.