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3. That the return day for the county of Allegheny shall be the second Monday of October.

4. It is further ordered that the prothonotary of the Western District send a copy of the above order to the prothonotary of each of the counties comprising said district, and cause the same to be published in the “Pittsburgh Legal Journal” for three consecutive weeks.

PER CURIAM. 5. And now, June 21, 1919, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of May 5, 1876, P. L. 115, it is ordered that petitions for the transfer of a county from one district to another, may be presented on or before the first day of June, 1920, or the same date in any third year thereafter, and if it appears by affidavit or certificate attached that the signatures thereto are those of a majority of the lawyers resident in said county, the petition will be granted to take effect at as early a date as the argument lists for the several counties can be properly arranged. Where no such petition is filed the county shall remain in the same district as theretofore.

INDEX

to

Rules of the Supreme Court
ABSTRACT OF PROCEED- ARGUMENTS — See Argument
INGS-

Lists, Paper Books.
Statement in paper book, r. 29, Criminal cases, r. 12.
30, 31.

Brief of argument, r. 36.
ADMISSIONS-

Statutes, how cited, r. 37.
Of attorneys, r. 1-9.

Cases, how cited, r. 37.

How cases called for argument,
ADVERTISEMENTS-See Pub-

r. 49.
lication.
Of law students, r. 4.

Continuance only by leave of

court, r. 51.
AGREEMENTS,

Engagement of counsel in lower
Agreements and notices of at-

court not cause for continu-
torneys to be in writing, r. 10.

ance, r. 51-52.
AMOUNT IN CONTRO-

Prothonotary to be notified when
VERSY

it is desired that a case be
Certificate of, r. 23, 24.

passed at its turn, r. 52.
Production of evidence before ARGUMENT LISTS-
trial judge, r. 24.

Rules, r. 12-48-58.
APPEALS-See Errors and Ap- No case placed on list where ap-
peals, Paper Books.

peal not taken 20 days before
From Superior Court, r. 22.

return day, r. 48.
APPEARANCE-

Cases from Superior Court
Rule to appear and plead, r. 16.

placed at head of list, r. 22.
APPELLANT

Order of calling, r. 48-49.
Paper books, r. 29-37.

Capital cases to be at head of

list, r. 12.
APPELLEE-

Hour limit, discretion of chief
Paper books, r. 38.

justice, r. 50.
APPENDIX

Entry of non pros. for failure of
Paper books, r. 29, 30, 31, 36, 39, party to be ready at argument,
46.

r. 49.
If more than 100 pages, to be Publication of lists by prothouo-
printed in a separate book, r.

tary, r. 51.
46.

Order of assignment for argu-
Reference to pages, r. 36.

ment, r. 51.
APPLICATIONS FOR SU. Number assigned per week, r. 51.

PERSEDEAS OR INTER- No case to be continued except
LOCUTORY ORDERS-

by leave of court, r. 51-52.
See Interlocutory Orders, Su- Engagement of counsel, when
persedeas.

cause for continuance, r. 51-52.

ARGUMENT LISTS-Continued
Notice to prothonotary when it

is desired that a case be passed

at its regular turn, r. 52.
To be made up daily, r. 53.
Short causes. Prothonotary to

keep separate list of, r. 54.
Short list, when cause placed on,

r. 55.
Short list to have precedence on

Wednesdays, r. 56.
Certification and objection to

short list, t. 57.
Time limit, short list, r. 58.

Arrangement of, pages, r. 38-39.
ARGUMENT WEEKS-
Arrangement of for different dis-

tricts, see r. 58.
ARRANGEMENT OF DIS-

TRICTS-
What counties in each-Argu-

ATTORNEYS-

Admission-Rules, r. 1-9.
Recommendation of the State

Board of Law Examiners, r. 2.
Practitioner of Common Pleas

for two years prior to 1903,

how admitted, r. 2.
From other states, r. o.
Agreements of, to be in writing,

r. 10.
Engagement, when case called

for argument, when cause for

continuance, r. 51-52.
Certificate in argument as to

cases not officially reported, r.

37.
To give notice of application for

supersedeas for any interlocu-

tory order, r. 47.
AUDITOR'S REPORT-
To be printed in paper book, r.

31.
AUTHORITIES-

How to cite, r. 37.
BOARD OF LAW EXAMIN.

ERS-See State Board of Law

Examiners.
BRIEF OF ARGUMENT-

In paper books, r. 36-37.
CAPITAL CASES-See Criminal

ment weeks, f. 302.
ASSIGNMENTS OF ERROR-

Rules, r. 26-28.
How and when filed, r. 14-26.
Non pros. upon default, r. 14-26.
Statement of, in paper book, r.

29, 30, 31.
Each assignment to be confined

to one point or to one bill of

exceptions, r. 26.
Waiver of all error assigned in

violation of rule, r. 26.
Assignment not made according

to rules to be disregarded, r. 28.
To charge of the court or an-

swers to points, r. 27.
To the admission, rejection, strik-

ing out or refusing to strike

out cvidence, r. 28.
Questions and offers and rulings

of court must be quoted with
reference to pages of paper

book or appendix, r. 28.
Writing admitted or rejected

must be printed in paper book,

Cases.
CASES-

How cited, r. 37.
CASE STATED-
Requisite of paper book, where

judgment below is on, r. 32.
CERTIFICATE-
Of amount involved—jurisdic-

tion, r. 23-24.
Paper books. Citation of cases

not officially reported require

certificate of counsel, r. 37.
CERTIFICATION-
When court sitting in another

district, prothonotary to certify
appeals from Superior Court, r.

r. 28.

22.

CERTIORARI

DRAWINGS AND PLANSRule to appear and plead, r. 16. Continued CHARGE OF THE COURT- In case of disagreement as to Assignments of error,-parts re- printing, decision of trial judge

ferred to must be quoted ip- to be conclusive, r. 24. simmus verbis, r. 27.

To be reduced in size, r. 39. CITATION OF AUTHORI.

ERRORS AND APPEALS-
TIES-

Rules, r. 14-25.
How to cite, r. 37.

Assignments, when to be filed, r. CONTINUANCE

14. Leave of court required, r. 51

Upon default, writ to be non 52.

prossed, r. 14-15. Engagement of counsel, r. 51-52.

Record to be returned on return Counsel to notify prothonotary

day, r. 15. before daily list is made up,

Where record not returned, prowhen case is not to be argued

thonotary to enter non pros., r. in turn, r. 52.

15. COVER OF PAPER BOOKS

Prothonotary to endorse rule to Color, texture and contents, r.

appear and plead, r. 16. 45.

In default court to proceed ex CRIMINAL CASES

parte, r. 16. Capital cases. Return days, r. II.

Prothonotary to certify opinion Assignment for argument, r. 11.

back with record, r. 17. To be placed at head of list, r.

Reargument, motion for, r. 18. Service of paper book on district

Motions after judgment, order or attorney, r. 13.

decree, r. 18. Application for supersedeas, r. Record will not be retained be47.

yond 10 days unless by order DAILY LISTS

of court or one of the justices, How made up, r. 53. Cases to be argued or non Superior Court, appeals from, prossed, r. 53.

requisites of petition, r. 19. If case is to be passed, prothono

Supersedeas interlocutory tary must be notified before list

order petition for, r. 19-21, 47. is made up, r. 52.

When petition to be filed, r. 20. DECREES-See Judgments.

When allowed, prothonotary to DIGESTS

to notify counsel who must Statutes cited, Reference to

proceed promptly, r. 21. standard digest, r. 37. DISTRICTS

Superior Court, appeals to head Arrangement of — Argument

argument list, r. 22. weeks, r. 58.

Prothonotary to certify to disDOCKET ENTRIES

trict in which court is sitting,

r. 22, Copy of, in paper book, r. 29-31. DRAWINGS AND PLANS- EX PARTE HEARINGSCopies in paper books, r. 24, 29, Upon default of appearance, r. 30, 31, 39.

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FINDINGS OF FACT OR

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Statement of, in paper oks, r.

31.

HISTORY OF THE CASE-
Statement in paper book, r. 29,

30, 31.
Closely condensed statement in

paper book, r. 35.
Must not contain argument, r. 35.
Nor any portion of testimony, r.

35.
Counter statement, r. 38.

INDEX

Complete index on inside of

front cover, r. 46.

'Appendix, contents of index, r.

46.

Where paper book more than 100

LEGAL INTELLIGENCER-

Paper books for, r. 42.

Law students to advertise appli-

cation for admission, r. 4.

LEGAL PERIODICALS,
Citations from, require certificate

of counsel, r. 37.
MASTER'S REPORT-
Copy to be printed in paper book,

r. 31.
NAMES OF PARTIES — See

Parties.
NON PROS.-
For failure to file assignments of

error, r. 14.

For failure to return record on

return day, r. 15.

Duty of prothonotary to enter, r.

15.

For failure of parties to be ready

at argument, r. 49.

NONSUIT-

Default in paper books, r. 43-44.

NOTICES-

Of applications for admission to

the bar, r. 4.

Of attorneys, to be in writing, r.

10.

Rule to appear and plead, r. 16.
Notice of allowance of appeal, r.

21.

Applications for supersedeas or

interlocutory orders, r. 47.

Notice to prothonotary when it is

desired that a case be passed at

its regular turn, r. 52.

Of transfer of cases to short list,

r. 55.

OFFICIAL REPORTS-

How to cite, r. 37.

OPINION OF THE COURT-

Copy in paper book, r. 31.
Copy to be certified when case

pages, appendix with index 10

be separate, r. 46.

INTERLOCUTORY OR-

DERS-

Applications for, r. 18-21-47.

JUDGMENTS-

Non pros. for failure to file as-

signments of error, r. 14.

Where record is not returned on

return day, r. 15.

Duty of prothonotary to enter, r.

15.

For failure to be ready at argu-

ment, r. 49.

Default in paper books, r. 43-44.

Motions for reargument after

judgment, r. 18.

JURISDICTION-

Certificate of trial judge as to

amount involved, r. 23-24.

LAW ASSOCIATION OF

PHILADELPHIA-

Paper books to be furnished for,

r. 42.

LAW EXAMINERS-See State

Board of Law Examiners.

remanded for further pro-

ceedings, r. 17.

Copy to accompany applications

for reargument, r. 18.

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