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ALLOTMENT, ETC., OF THE JUDGES
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,
AS MADE APRIL 1, 1874, UNDER THE Acts or CONGRESS OF JULY 23, 1866, AND
MARCH 2, 1867.
NAME OF THE JUDGL, AND STATE NUMBER AND TERRITORT OF THE DATE AND AUTHOR OF THE JUDGI'I
BAMA, M1881881PPI, Lou
TUCKY, AND TENNESSEE.
1862. January 24th. PRESIDENT LIncoLN.
Hon. S. F. MILLER, MINNESOTA, Iowa, M18-
80URI, KANSAS, A RKAN-
Hon. DAVID DAVIS, Indiana, Illinois, AND
1862. December 8th. PRESIDENT LIncoLN.
Hox. S. J. FIELD,
1863. March 10th. PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
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AMENDMENT TO RULE No. 13, IN EQUITY. The thirteenth rule of practice in equity is amended so that it will read as follows:
" The service of all subpænas shall be by a delivery of a copy thereof by the officer serving the same to the defundant personally, or by leaving a copy thereof at the dwelling-house or usual place of abode of each defendant, with some adult person who is a member or resident in the family."
(Promulgated May 8d, 1876.]
AMENDMENT TO RULE No. 20 OF THIS COURT.
The first paragraph of the said rule is amended so that it will read as follows:
1. "In all cases brought here on appeal or writ of error, or otherwise, the court will receive printed arguments, without regard to the number of the case on the docket, if the counsel on both sides shall choose so to submit the same within the first ninety days of the term; but twenty copies of the argii. ments signed by attorneys or counsellors of this court, must be first fled ; ten of these copies for the court, two for the reporter, three to be retained by the cierk, and the residue for counsel."
(Promulgated May 8d, 1875.]
AMENDMENT TO Rult No. 26.
Add, at the end of paragraph 4:
“All motions to advance cases must be printed, and must contain a briet statement of the matter involved, with the reasons for the application."
[Promulgated May 8d, 1875.)
Adams v. Adams,
PAGB 185 138 500 289 152 389
Bailey, Assignee v. Glover et al.,
Decatur v. Bank of St. Louis,
342 640 284 456 325 291 609 354 294 430 241 652 123 387 503 387 36 41 272
Florida Railroad Company v. Smith et al., .
255 119 475 · 147
Gardiner, Assignee, Fox v. .
1 33 312 660 481