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This is a Key-Numbered Volume

IKEY NUMBER SYSTEM

Each syllabus paragraph in this volume is marked with the topic and section number under which the point will eventually appear in the American Digest System. The lawyer is led from that syllabus to the exact place in the Digest where we, as digest makers, have placed the other cases on the same point - This is the Key-Number Annotation

THE

FEDERAL REPORTER

WITH KEY-NUMBER ANNOTATIONS

VOLUME 188

PERMANENT EDITION

CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE

CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS, CIRCUIT
AND DISTRICT COURTS, AND COMMERCE

COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

WITH TABLE OF CASES IN WHICH REHEARINGS HAVE BEEN

GRANTED OR DENIED

AUGUST-OCTOBER, 1911

ST. PAUL
WEST PUBLISHING CO.

1911

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RULES

ON THB

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

FOR THE

EIGHTH CIRCUIT

ADOPTED MARCH 30, 1911

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT.

Thursday, March 30, 1911. It is now here ordered that the following rules be and the same are hereby adopted as the rules of practice of this court, to be in force and effect from and after this date.

It is further ordered that where the District Court is specifically named in any rule, the provisions thereof shall also apply to the Circuit Court, so far as the same may be applicable, until such Circuit Courts shall be abolished by operation of law.

Said rules are in the words and figures following, to-wit:

RULES:

1.

NAME.

The court adopts "United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit” as the title of the court.

2.

SEAL. The seal shall contain the words, "United States," on the upper part of the outer edge; and the words, “Circuit Court of Appeals,"

1 For rules as originally adopted, see 150 Fed. xxv, 188 F.

(v)

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on the lower part of the outer edge, running from left to right; and the words, "Eighth Circuit" in two lines, in the center, with a dash beneath. (See specimen of seal below.)

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TERMS. 1. Three terms of this court will be held annually, one at the city of St. Paul on the first Monday of May, one at the city of Denver on the first Monday of September and one at the city of St. Louis on the first Monday of December.

2. Cases from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma in which transcripts to be printed under the supervision of the clerk of this court are filed, or transcripts printed before certification by the clerk of the lower court and proof by affidavit or admission that three copies of the printed transcripts have been served on the defendants in error or appellees, or their counsel, are filed on or before the 1st day of April, and cases from Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico in which transcripts to be printed under the supervision of the clerk of this court are filed, or transcripts printed before certification by the clerk of the lower court and proof by affidavit or admission that three copies of the printed transcripts have been served on the defendants in error or appellees, or their counsel, and stipulations of the parties for their hearing at the May term in St. Paul are filed on or before the 1st day of April, and those only, will be heard at the succeeding May term of the court in St. Paul.

3. Cases from Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico in which transcripts to be printed under the supervision of the clerk of this court are filed, or transcripts printed before certification by the clerk of the lower court and proof by affidavit or admission that three copies of the printed transcripts have been served on the defendants in error or appellees, or their counsel, are filed on or before the 1st day of July and cases from the remainder of the circuit in which transcripts to be printed under the supervision of the clerk of this court are filed, or transcripts printed before certification by the clerk of the lower court and proof by affidavit or

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