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AMENDMENTS TO RULES.
SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS AND SUPERIOR COURT OF CONNECTICUT.
Chapter XII. of the general rules of practice of the supreme court of errors and superior court (58 Conn. 581, 26 Atl. xiv.) has been amended by substituting in lieu of section 13 the following:
Sec. 13. Fees will be allowed in the superior court to the sheriff and one deputy, and, when a jury is in attendance, one constable, for their attendance. On special occasions the judge holding the court may authorize the attendance of a greater number of officers; and, when such authority is given prior to the attendance, the court may allow fees for the same, if satisfied of the necessity of
such extra attendance.
Fees will be allowed in the supreme court of errors to the sheriff or one deputy, and to one messenger or constable; and when that court and the superior court, or, more than one branch of the superior court, is in session on the same day, fees will not be taxed for the attendance of the same officer in more than one court. In no case will fees
be taxed unless the officer has been actually in attendance during the session of the court; and no fees will be taxed to any officer who has been paid or has any claim for attend ance on the same day at the court of common pleas or district court.
The sheriff's bill for attendance shall be accompanied by a written statement from each attending officer, signed and sworn to by such officer, showing the days of the week and month such officer was in attendance, and that he has not been paid, and has no claim for attendance at any other court on the days mentioned.
No costs shall be taxed for court expenses unless each item of payment of over five dol lars shall be accompanied by a proper vouch er. No part of the clerk's bill shall be included in the sheriff's bill for taxation. (Adopted July 9, 1894.)
Also by the addition of the following sections:
Sec. 15. To the prevailing party, upon all motions required to be in writing which are determined by the court, shall, unless the court remits the same in whole or in part, be taxed the sum of ten dollars, which shall be paid by the opposing party before he shall be entitled to plead further.
(Adopted February 12th; to go into effect April 2, 1894.)
Sec. 16. A trial fee shall be taxed to the prevailing party upon each issue of law joined upon demurrer: provided, however, that
no more than one trial fee shall be taxed in favor of any party upon issues of law joined at any one stage of the pleading; and also provided, that the court may at its discretion remit, either in whole or in part, the costs taxable under this rule.
All records and briefs printed for use in the supreme court of errors shall be so printed and trimmed as to be of pages of substantially uniform size, nine by six inches.
No part of the files or records of the court below shall be printed which is not necessary for the proper presentation of of the grounds of the reasons of appeal or assignments of error. If the clerk is in doubt what to print and what to omit, under this rule, he shall apply to the trial court for instructions.
The date upon each paper, printed in the record, appears from its indorsement to have been filed, must be printed. (v)*
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