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SUPREME COURT OF MICHIGAN.
Rules of Practice.
Rule 64. Any person who is not a citizen of this state or of the United States, who Is 21 years of age, and has been duly admitted to practice, under the laws of a foreign country, in the courts of record thereof, and who has come into this state with the intention of becoming a resident thereof, and who has declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States, may be admitted to practice in the several courts of this state by the supreme court, upon filing with the clerk of said court proofs satisfactory to the court of his having been admitted to practice in the courts of record in the country from which he came, and the certificate of at least two reputable members of the bar of this court, certifying to his good moral character: provided, said court may require the applicant to submit to an exam. ination by said court as to his qualifications and knowledge of the law. Any one seeking admission to practice under this rule shall present a petition, duly verified, stating his name, age, and former resi dence, the number of years he read law before having been admitted, and with whom, and where, and by what court or courts admitted, and the number of years he has been in actual practice, and that he has declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States, and file the same with the clerk of this court, with the papers above referred to. [Adopted October 8, 1891.]
Circuit Court Rule 6. All notices shall be in writing, and shall be served on the attorney in the cause, or his agent; and where a party prosecutes or defends by two or more attorneys of record who are not partners, notices and papers may be served upon either of such attorneys, and either of such attorneys may sign notices, papers, or stipulations with the same force and effect as if signed by all of such attorneys; and where a party, who is also an attorney of this court, shall prosecute in person, or, if a defendant, shall give notice that he is an attorney, and will defend in person, all notices and other papers shall be served on him in like manner; and, when the object is to bring the party into contempt for disobeying any 49 N. W. (v)
rule or order of the court, the service shan be on such party personally, unless otherwise specially ordered by the court. In all cases where service of papers cannot reasonably be made, on account of the absence of the attorney of record from his usual place of abode, residence, or office, or for any other reason, the court in which such cause is pending, or judge thereof, at chambers, upon an ex parte application on cause shown, may direct in what manner and on whom service may be made. [As amended October 8, 1891.]
Circuit Court Rule 10. Notices of trial may be served by mail in the same cases and in like manner as other notices. In cases where there are two or more defendants, who appear by different attorneys, notice of trial, if served by the plaintiff, shall be served on all the defendants entitled to notice. If served by any of the defendants, it shall be served on the plaintiff and on all the other defendants entitled to notice, and cases thus noticed shall be for trial the same as though notice had been served on plaintiff by all the defendants. In cases of appeal, and in all cases commenced in the circuit court, where the party upon whom notice is sought to be served has not appeared by attorney, service shall be made on such party, if he is a resident of the state, and his place of residence can be ascertained. If he is not a resident of the state, and his place of residence cannot be ascertained, notice may be served by filing the same in the cause, and posting a copy thereof in some conspicuous place in the office of the county clerk; but in such case notice shall be filed, and a copy posted, at least 20 days before the first day of the term for which such case is noticed. Proof of all facts necessary to make such notice valid must be filed immediately after posting or mailing such notice. [AS amended October 8, 1891.]
For supreme court rule 32, see 29 N. W. Rep. iii.; for supreme court rules 34, 59, see 37 N. W. Rep. iii.; for supreme court rule 61, see 45 N. W. Rep. iv.; for supreme court rule 62, see 18 N. W. Rep. xii.; for supreme court rule 63, see 45 N. W. Rep. iv.; for chancery rule 112, see 27 N. W. Rep. iii.; for circuit court rule 65, see 48 N. W. Rep. iv.
SUPREME COURT OF NEBRASKA.
28. CHIEF JUSTICE MAY MAKE ORDERS | powered to pass on all questions presented UNDER BANKING LAW. Whereas, questo him which arise under said banking tions arise under the banking law of the law, and make all orders which are by state which demand prompt attention in him deemed necessary during the time when order to protect important business inter- this court is not in session. ests and valuable property, and which require the appointment of receivers and other officers; and whereas, such questions are liable to arise at a time when the court is not in session,-therefore, the Chief Justice is hereby authorized and em
For rule 3, see 45 N. W. Rep. iv.; for rule 8a, see 47 N. W. Rep. iv.; for rules 7, 8, see 45 N. W. Rep. iv.; for rule 27, see 27 N. W. Rep. iii.; for rule 28, relating to criminal cases, see 81 N. W. Rep. iii.
SUPREME COURT OF NORTH DAKOTA.
Rule IV. NOTICE OF APPEAL, HOW SERVED. The notice of appeal shall be served in the manner indicated by section 4 of an act regulating appeals, approved February 11, 1891, and chapter 23 of the Compiled Laws of 1887, and the acts amendatory thereto;
and if not served ninety days before the first day of the next succeeding term of the supreme court, the cause shall not then be tried.
[In force November 12, 1891.]
Abear, Smith v. (Mich.)..
509 Barr, O'Brien v. (Iowa).
Bartlett v. Cheesebrough (Neb.).
461 Batten, Sioux City & St. P. R. Co. v. (Iowa) 72
Alden v. Wright (Minn.)..
99 Bauer v. Bauer (N. D.).......
52 Baumeister, Leithauser v. (Minn.)...
926 Beach, Wiley v. (Mich.).
857 Bean v. Board of Sup'rs of Carroll County (Iowa)..
American Bldg. & Loan Ass'n, Eaton v.
American Investment Co., Pearsons v.
Ames v. Wilkinson (Minn.)..
Anderson v. H. C. Akeley Lumber Co. (Minn.)....
Anderson v. St. Croix Lumber Co. (Minn.) 407
Anderson, Gordon v. (Iowa)..
Aplin, People v. (Mich.).
Archer v. Ft. Wayne & E. Ry. Co. (Mich.).. 488
Archer, Kinsey v. (Wis.).
Armstrong v. St. Paul & P. Coal & Iron Co.
Avant v. Flynn (S. D.)....
Arneson v. Spawn (S. D.).
Arthur v. Clarke (Minn.).
Bachelder, Phenix Ins. Co. v. (Neb.). . . . .
Barnes v. Moore's Estate (Mich.)..
Barnes, Nicholls v. (Neb.).....
49 N. W.
Becher, Gottschalk v. (Neb.).
Benner, Thompson v. (Neb.)
Bennett v. Northern Pac. R. Co. (N. D.).. 408
Bennett Female Seminary of Minneapolis v. Whitney (Minn.).
Berchard, Farmers' & Merchants' Bank v. (Neb.).
Bergsma v. Dewey (Minn.).
Bernard, Chicago, B. & Q. R. Co. v. (Neb.) 362 Berryhill, Stackhouse v. (Minn.). Bertram, Cook v. (Mich.).. Bigelow v. Burnham (Iowa). Bigelow v. Sickles (Wis.). Bignall, Dietz v. (Mich.) Billingsley v. Ricketts (Neb.). 828 Bilsland, Bowne v. (Iowa). 252 Birch, Graham v. (Minn.). 816 Biron v. Scott (Wis.)... 592 Bitzer v. Campbell (Minn.). 592 Blain v. Willson (Neb.)... 592 Blaine County v. Brewster (Neb.). Blair, Nowotny v. (Neb.). Blandy, Hubbell v. (Mich.). Blane v. Tharp (Iowa)
Blodgett, Pleasants v. (Neb.)..
Benedix v. German Ins. Co. of Freeport (Wis.).
Benjamin v. Shea (Iowa).
917 ....1029 142
15 887 Blotcky v. O'Neill (Iowa). 445 Blum v. Bush (Mich.). 897 Board of Auditors of Wayne County, People v. (Mich.).. 217 Board of County Com'rs of Fillmore Coun331 ty, Rockwell v. (Minn.).... 840 Board of Education of Wilson Tp., People .1064 v. (Mich.)......
649 Board of Health of Tp. of Portage v. Van
475 Boeck, City of Plattsmouth v. (Neb.).
Board of Public Works of City of Grand
Board of Sup'rs of Barron County, La
Board of Sup'rs of Carroll County, Bean v. (Iowa)...
Bolles v. Sault Sav. Bank Loan & Trust
Bonnell v. Allerton (Iowa).
Bonnell v. County of Nuckolls (Neb.).
857 Carey, State v. (N. D.)
655 Carson & Rand Lumber Co. v. Bunker
Case, Ripley v. (Mich.)..
Case, Rosenfield v. (Mich.). 161 Case Plow-Works v. Marr (Neb.).. ....1119 577 Cathcart v. Bacon (Minn.). 331 203 C. Aultman & Co., Bannon v. (Wis.)................. 967 .1022 C. Aultman & Co., Martin v. (Wis.).
190 Ceeder v. H. M. Loud & Sons' Lumber Co. 193
419 Central Car & Manuf'g Co., People v. 111 (Mich,).. .1026
Central Nebraska Nat. Bank v. Wilder (Neb.)..
Central Trust Co. of New York, Cotzhausen v. (Wis.)..
39 Cheesebrough, Bartlett v. (Neb.)..
183 Cherry County v. Thacher (Neb.).
191 Chicago, B. & N. Ry. Co., Hall v. (Minn.).. 239 720 Chicago, B. & Q. R. Co. v. Bernard (Neb.) 362 53 Chicago, D. & C. G. T. J. R. Co., Hagen v.
Chicago, M. & St. P. R. Co., Brown v. (Wis.).. Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., Cook v. (Iowa). 982 Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., McClarney v. (Wis.)... .1020 Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., Njus v. 331 (Minn.). 889 Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., Pearson v. (Minn.).
Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., Scagel v. (Iowa).
250 Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., Wardwell v. .1130 (Minn.)..
Burnham, Bigelow v. (Iowa).
Butler v. Diddy, four cases (Iowa)..
Brown v. Vandermeulen (Mich.).
Brown, Schultz v., two cases (Minn.)...
Bunker, Carson & Rand Lumber Co. v.
Burchard, Nash v. (Mich.)...
Burkhard, Plank's Tavern Co. v. (Mich.)..
Cadwell v. Pray (Mich.)..
of Detroit (Mich.)..
Canfield, Crittenden v. (Mich.)..
Capps, Exchange Nat. Bank of Hastings v. (Neb.)..
782 Chapman v. Allen (Neb.)..
855 Chicago, R. I. & P. R. Co. v. Witty (Neb.) 183 Chicago, R. I. & P. Ry. Co., Davis v. (Iowa) 77 .1003 Chicago, St. P., M. & O. Ry. Co., Hayes v. 492 (Minn.)..
Chicago & G. T. Ry. Co., Thomas v. (Mich.) 547
Chicago & W. M. Ry. Co., Richmond v.
995 City of Detroit, Dixon v. (Mich.).
39 City of Omaha v. Ayer (Neb.).
120 City of Plattsmouth v. Boeck (Neb.)..
Clark, Baehr v. (Iowa)..
Columbia Electric Co. v. Dixon (Minn.).... 244
City Ry. Co. (Minn.)..
Cook v. Standard Life & Acc. Ins.
Cook, Edgington v. (Neb.).
Council Bluffs City Water-Works Co., Shickle, Harrison & Howard Iron Co. v. (Iowa)......
Countryman, Sioux City & St. P. R. Co. v. (Iowa)....
Courtney, Palmer v. (Neb.)..
Cribb, Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. v.
840 Daniells, Hughes v. (Mich.)......
556 Davis, Hepler v. (Neb.).
88 Diddy, Butler v., four cases (Iowa).
473 Dietz v. Bignall (Mich.)
474 Dixon v. City of Detroit (Mich.)..
258 Dolan v. Joint School-Dist. No. 13 of
201 Donahue, Finn v. (Mich.).
611 Donoghue v. Indiana & L. M. Ry. Co. (Mich.).
379 Doty v. Postal (Mich.)..
899 Davis v. Getchell (Neb.)...
Daemicke, Richey v. (Mich.)......
Daly v. Melendy (Neb.)..
398 Edwards, School-Districts v. (Wis.)..
Cribbs v. Sowle (Mich ).....
776 Ehrmantraut, Holcombe v. (Minn.).
Edgington v. Cook (Neb.)..
554 Edmonson v. Alexander (Neb.).
Eaton v. American Bldg. & Loan Ass'n (Minn.).....
Douglas County v. Timme (Neb.).
Duluth, H. & D. R. Co.. Hodgson v. (Minn.) 197
Duncan, Flanigan v. (Minn.).
754 Dunstan v. Northern Pac. R. Co. (N. D.).. 426
742 Durnham, Schmidt v. (Minn.)..
558 126 897
Exchange Nat. Bank of Hastings v. Capps (Neb.)..
600 628 244
Fabel, Farrell v. (Minn.).....
Fairbank, German Ins. Co. v. (Neb.)...... 711