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JOHN W. ROWELL, CHIEF JUDGE.
ASSOCIATE JUDGES. JAMES M. TYLER.
JOHN HENRY WATSON. LOVELAND MUNSON.
WENDELL P. STAFFORD. HENRY R. START.
SUPREME COURT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.
May Session, 1901.
TERMS AND SESSIONS.
ORAL ARGUMENT. 1. After 1901, the general term will begin
7. At the first monthly session of the court on the first Tuesday of January in each held after the expiration of fifty days from year.
the entry of the case, it will be in order for 2. Upon the first day of each monthly ses- oral arguinent. If peither party appears to sion the court will come in at 11 a. m.; upon be heard at that session, the case will be subsequent days at 10 a. m., unless other. regarded as submitted. A party who has not wise ordered.
filed a brief will not be heard orally.
8. The periods mentioned in rules 6 and
7 will not run during the months of July ENTRY OF ACTIONS.
and August. 3. No case will be entered until fifteen
9. Oral arguments will be limited to one printed copies of the reserved case, bill of hour and a half on a side, to be divided as exceptions, petition, or appeal, shall have counsel may elect, unless before beginning been filed with the clerk and the entry fee the arguments the court shall grant further paid him.
time. The party having the opening also has The case should state succinctly all facts
the close. necessary for a decision of the questions of
REHEARINGS. law transferred. All documents, records and notes of testimony made a part of a case
10. Motions for rehearing will not be enshould be printed, and copies of all plans tertained unless made in writing, briefly referred to in the case should be annexed stating the points upon which a rehearing is thereto, unless the presiding justice, for good desired, and filed with the clerk within ten cause shown, otherwise orders. Stenogra- days after he notifies the parties of the pher's notes of testimony should not be made order in the case, as required by law. a part of the case unless there is special necessity for it.
11. A party desiring a special order shall COPIES, BRIEFS, ETC.
file a motion therefor with the clerk and 4. Said copies and all briefs, copies, and of the time when he will ask to be heard
give the opposite party notice thereof, and other papers furnished to the court by counsel shall be printed on one side only of half upon it, a reasonable length of time before
the day of hearing. sheets of paper, as near as conveniently may be 8x10 inches in size, with a filing stating the case, the nature of the paper, and the
BILLS OF COSTS. party and counsel furnishing the same.
12. The clerk will audit and allow bllls 5. The clerk will enter upon the copies the of costs accruing in this court, and certify the date of the entry of the case and its number, same to the superior court with the order and will distribute them to the justices, coun- made in the case. sel, state repcrter, and state librarian, 6. Briefs, to be of service, should be fur
ADMISSION TO THE BAR. nished in thirty and forty-five days after the case is entered-the party moving the trans 13. A committee consisting of three memfer, or in case of a transfer without a ruling, bers of the bar of the state will be appointthe plaintiff furnishing his brief first. A ed from time to time to examine persons copy should be sent to each stice of the desiring to be admitted to the bar. court, each of the opposing counsel, the state 14. There will be two examinations an. reporter, and the state librarian, and five nually, at the court room in Concord, begincopies should be filed with the clerk of court, ning on the third Tuesday of June and the together with a certificate showing what third Tuesday of December respectively, at copies were sent as above stated and when. 11 o'clock in the forenoon. 54 A.
15. The term of study with special refer- tificates showing that he is of good moral ence to the practice of law, required for ad- character and that he has studied law as set mission to the bar, is three years. The study forth in the petition. If the papers so filed may be pursued in the office and under the show that he is entitled to be examined, he direction of a member of the bar in good will be allowed to take the examination at standing, or in a reputable law school. the next meeting of the committee.
16. A person proposing to study law with 18. A person who fails in an examination a view of applying for admission to the bar for admission to the bar will not be admitted shall, within fourteen days after he com- to another examination until the court, upon mences the study, file with the clerk of this special consideration of the case, make an court a certificate stating his age, bis resi- j order to that effect. dence, what preparatory education he has 19. The court will be in session on the had, the name and residence of the person Thursday following the third Tuesday of with whom he is studying, and the date when June and December, when persons found to he commenced the study; and also a certif- be qualified may be admitted to the bar and cate of the person with whom he is study, take the oaths of office. ing, stating the fact and when the study 20. A person, who has been admitted to begun.
the bar of the highest court of another state, 17. A person wishing to be examined shall may be admitted to the bar of this state, file with the clerk of this court, fourteen days without examination as to his knowledge of at least before the regular June or Decem- the law, upon furnishing satisfactory eviber session, a petition stating his residence, dence that he was so admitted in the other the date and place of his birth, the term state, that he practiced law there one year during which he has studied law, and the at least, that he is of good moral character, name and residence of the person with whom and that he is a resident of this state at the he studied; and he shall file therewith cer- time of his application.
CASES REPORTED. .
Pago A. A. Grifing Iron Co. v. Liverpool & Lon Baisley v. Welsh (N. J. Sup.).
.1125 don & Globe Ins. Co. (N. J. Err. & App.) 409 Bakely v. Nowrey (N. J. Err. & App.). 833 Abbott, Appeal of (Me.). 755 Baker V. Bailey (l'a.).
326 Abrahams v. Jacoby (N. J. Sup.).. 525 Baker v. Bancroft (N. J. Sup.).
563 Adams v. Wiesenthal (N. J. Sup.). 516 Baker v. Kenney (N. J. Sup.).
526 Adamson, First Nat. Bank v. (R. 1.)...... 930 Baltimore County Com’rs v. Wilson (Md.) 71 Addison, Miller v. (Md.).
967 | Baltimore, C. & A. R. Co., Whitby v. Albanesius, Flandrau v. (N. J. Err. & (Md.)
1124 Baltimore, C. & A. R. Co., Whitby v. Albert Mackie Grocer Co., Samuel M. (Md.)
1123 Lawder & Sons Co. v. (Md.).
634 Baltimore Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. of Alderman v. New Departure Bell Co. Baltimore City v. City of Baltimore (Conn.)
623 Allegheny County, Juergeu v. (Pa.). 281 Baltimore Trust & Guarantee Co. v. BauAllegheny County Light Co., Elliott v. ernschmidt (Md.)
278 Baltimore & O. R. Co. v. Stumpf (Md.).. 978 Allegheny Nat. Bank v. Reighard (Pa.)... 268 Bancroft, Baker v. (N. J. Sup.)..
563 Aller v. Crouter (N, J. Ch.).
426 | Bank of New England, Smith v. (N. H.).. 385 Amberson's Estate, In re_ (Pa.)..
484 Barnert v. Board of Aldermen of City of Amburg v. International Paper Co. (Me.).. 765 Paterson (N. J. Sup.).
227 American Bonding & Trust Co., Common Barr v. Middlesex & Somerset Traction Co. wealth v. (Pa.). . 1034 (N. J. Sup.).
.1125 American Cement Co., Shattuck v. (Pa.).. 785 Barrell, Staté v. (Vt.).
183 American Copper Extraction Co., Haw Barrett v. Bloomfield Sav. Inst. (N. J. Ch.) 543 kins v. (N. J. Sup.).
523 Bartholomew, State v. (N. J. Sup.). . 231 American Malting Co., Appleton v. (N. J. Bash v. Orrick (Md.)..
620 Err. & App.)
451 Bass, State v. (Me.)... American Palace Car Co., Wilson v. (N. J. Bassett, Merrill v. (Me.).
..1102 Ch.) 415 Bates v. Spooner (Conn.).
305 American Pig Iron Storage Warrant Co. v. Bath Gas & Electric Co., Frye v. (Me.)., 395
Sinne mahoning Iron & Coal Co. (Pa.). :1047 Bauernschmidt v. Bauernschmidt-(Md.).:: 637 American Steel & Wire Co., Lawson v. Bauernschmidt, Baltimore Trust & Guar(Pa.) 476 antee Co. v. (Md.)...
637 American Vault, Safe & Lock Co., Pang Beal, Sawyer v. (Me.)..
818 burn v. (Pa.).. 504 Beatty v. Harris (Pa.).
.1031 American Vault, Safe & Lock Co., Pang Beaver County, Rose v. (Pa.)
263 burn V. (Pa.)...
508 Beaver Valley Traction Co., Hoon v. (Pa.) 270 Anderson v. Erie R. Co. (N. J. Err. & Beecher, Ives v. (Conn.).,
207 App.) 830 Beekman, Fielder v. (N. J. Ch.).
156 Angus v. Jungling (N. J. Sup.). ........1125 Beers, Davis v. (Pa.).
35 Apfelbach v. Consolidated Gas Co. (Pa.). . 359 Belcher's Estate, In re (Pa.). .
714 Apollo Oil & Gas Co., Hunter v. (Pà.). ... 274 Belles v. Kellner (N. J. Err. & App.).... 99 Appleton v. American Malting Co. (N. J. Belmar Building & Loan Ass'n, Columbia Err. & App.).
454 Council, No. 77, Jr., 0. U. A. M., of MatArimex Consol. Copper Co. v. State Board awan, N. J., v. (N. J. Ch.)..
142 of Assessors (N. J. Sup.).
244 Benjamin Atha & Illingsworth Co., HopArmstrong v. Little (Del. Super.). 742 wood v. (N. J. Err. & App.).
435 Arnold & Maine, Moshassuck Encamp Bennett v. City of Orange (N. J. Sup.). 219 ment, No. 2, v. (R. I.).....
771 Bennett v. Town of Tuftonborough (N. H.) 700 Aseltine v. Perry (Vt.).. 190 Berger, Kessler v. (Pa.)...
887 Atha & Illingsworth Co., Hopwood v. (N. Bernhard & Sons v. Curtis (Conn.)....... 213 J. Err. & App.)..
435 Bethlehem Steel Co., Wieder v. (Pa.). 778 Atlantic City v. Dehn, two cases (N. J. Bickford, Profile & Flume Hotels Co. v. Sup.) 220 (N. H.)
699 Atlantic City v. Freisinger (N. J. Sup.)... 249 Bigalow, Condit v. (N. J. Ch.).
160 Atlantic City v. Groff (N. J. Err. & App.) 800 Bisbee, State v. (Vt.)..
. 1081 Atlantic City v. Thornhill (N. J. Err. & Bishop & Babcock Co. v. Keffer (N. J. App.) 834 (Sup.)
402 Atlantic City, Cole y. (N. J. Sup.). 226 Bittle v. Clement (N. J. Ch.).
138 Atlantic City, Henderson v. (N. J. Ch.).. 533 Black v. First Nat. Bank (Md.). Automatic Amusement Mach. Co., Wilt Blakeney, State v. (Md.). .
614 bank v. (N. J. Sup.)... 558 Blank, Frowert v. (Pa.).
1000 Avery v. Vermont Electric Co. (Vt.).... 179 Blodgett v. Johnson (N. H.).
Bloomfield Sav. Inst. Barrett v. (N. J. Babcock v. Wells (R. I.) 596 Ch.)
543 Babcock v. Wells (R. I.)
599 Blumenthal v. Boston & M. R. R. (Me.)... 747 Back River Neck_Turnpike Co. of Balti Blythe, C. B. Coles & Sons Co. v. (N. J. more County v. Homberg (Md.): 82 Sup.)
240 Bacon v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of Board of Aldermen of City of Paterson, Cumberland County (N. J. Sup.).. 234 Barnert v. (N. J. Sup.).
227 Bacon, Sanford v. (Conn.)...
204 Board of Chosen Freeholders of Atlantic Bailey v. Pennsylvania R. Co. (N. J. Sup.) 248 County v. Inhabitants of Weymouth Tp. Bailey, Baker v. Pa.).... 326 (N. J. Err. & App.).....
458 Baird 'v. City of Pittsburg (Pa.).
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