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Vol. II begins at $ 360, p. 801.
ADMIRALTY (continued) –

parties, $ 396, p. 969; $ 407, p. 976; $ 420, p. 985.
process, $ 397, p. 969; $ 398, p. 970; $ 399, p. 970; $ 400, p. 971; $ 401, p. 972.
release of property from custody of marshal, 8 402, p. 973; $ 405, p. 975.
exemption from seizure, S 399, p. 970.
stipulations, $ 404, p. 973.
appraisement, $ 406, p. 975.
answer, & 408, p. 976.
tender, $ 409, p. 978.
exceptions to pleadings, $ 410, p. 978.
cross-libel, $ 411, p. 979.
statute of limitations, $ 408, p. 976.
interrogatories, $ 412, p. 980.
trial, $ 413, p. 980.
evidence, 8 264, p. 585; $ 414, p. 982.
decrees, SS 415, 416, pp. 982, 983.
sales, SS 417, 418, pp. 984, 985.
costs, § 395, p. 968; $ 419, p. 985.
intervention, $ 420, p. 985.
distribution of proceeds of sale, SS 421, 422, p. 986.
appeals, SS 423-431, pp. 986–991.
writ of probibition, S 432, p. 991.
writ of mandamus, & 433, p. 992.
proceedings for limitation of liability, SS 434-437, pp. 993–994.
proceedings for the condemnation and sale of property, under suits to

enforce penalties and forfeitures, § 438, p. 995.
practice in prize causes, 8 439, p. 996.
what libel must contain, $ 394, p. 966.
proceeding in rem, $ 394, p. 966.
proceedings in personam, $ 394, p. 967.
prayer for relief, $ 394, p. 967.
should be verified, § 394, p. 968.
suits on behalf of the United States, $ 394, p. 968.
in forma pauperis, $ 395, p. 969.
co-libelants, $ 396, p. 969.
libel against more than one vessel, S 396, p. 969.
vessels exempt from seizure, $ 399, p. 970.
decrees by default, $ 401, p. 972.
stipulations for value, $ 404, p. 973.
bond to marshal, $ 405, p. 975.
contributory negligence, S 409, p. 977.
limitations, $ 408, p. 976.
laches, $ 408, p. 976.
damages, $ 408, p. 977.
amendments, $ 410, p. 979.
verdict reviewable by appeal, S 413, p. 981.
forms in, pp. 1345–1377.
rules in, pp. 1409-1420.
rules in Second Circuit (C. C. A.), pp. 1464–1468.
time of taking appeals, $ 424, p. 987.
bond on appeal, S-427, p. 988.
assignment of error, $ 428, p. 989.
bill of exceptions, $ 429, p. 989.

appeals to Supreme Court, $ 431, p. 991.
ADMIRALTY PROCESS -

security required to obtain supersedeas where property is in custody of

marshal under, $ 402, p. 973.
ADMISSIONS -

effect on value of matter in dispute, $ 16, p. 56.
not necessary to charge specifically in bill in order to give in evidence,
$ 69, p. 201.

Vol. II begins at $ 860, p. 801.
ADMISSIONS (continued)

by demurrer, $ 106, p. 282.
and denials in answer independent of discovery, $ 146, p. 341.
of sufficiency by filing replication, $ 158, p. 360.

see also EVIDENCE.
ADVANCING APPEALS -

on calendar of Supreme Court, $ 514, p. 1269.
ADVICE -

receiver applying to court for, $ 246, p. 542.
to receivers, % 248, p. 549.

see also INSTRUCTIONS.
AFFIDAVITS -

to bills, when required, $ 87, p. 240.
failure to support bill by, in certain cases demurrable, $ 108, p. 290.
of defendant to accompany demurrer, $ 118, p. 298.
to support application for leave to amend, 168, p. 375.
necessary to support an ex parte application for an injunction to re-

strain the infringement of a patent, $ 216, p. 473.
upon an application for an injunction, $ 232, p. 496.
to bill of costs, $ 337, p. 754.
to show value of matter in dispute where it does not appear of record,

$ 504, p. 1216.
of deposit in mail of notice and brief, on motion to dismiss appeal or

writ of error, $ 512, p. 1264.

see also EVIDENCE
AFFIRMANCE-

motions for, $ 512, pp. 1256-1261.
by Supreme Court of judgment or decree, $ 517, pp. 1278, 1279; $ 518,

pp. 1290-1298.

by divided court, $ 517, p. 1279.
AFFIRMATION-

in lieu of oath, $ 270, p. 609.
AFFIRMATIVE PROMISE-
injunction to restrain violation of negative promise, though court has

in the particular case no power to compel keeping of affirmative

promise, $ 220, p. 479.
AGENTS -

making parties to suits against principals, $ 43, p. 150.
bill by principal against, $ 11, p, 29.
citizenship of as affecting jurisdiction, $ 18, p. 63.

service upon, of corporation, $ 95, p. 256.
AGREEMENT-

alternative relief in action affecting, $ 70, p. 203.
between counsel, must be reduced

to writing, or made in open court,
8 265, p. 589.

bill to reform and enforce, not multifarious, & 74, p. 217.
ALABAMA-
divided into three districts, $ 26a, p. 90.

counties and times and places of holding court therein enumer.

ated, 8 26a, p. 90.
special rule as to jurisdiction in, 8 22, p. 79.

district of, included within Fifth Circuit, $ 26, p. 88.
ALASKA-

within Ninth Circuit, & 26, p. 88.
writ of prohibition to District Court of, § 362, p. 811
District Court of, jurisdiction, $ 13, p. 40.
divided into three divisions, $ 26a, p. 91.
places of holding terms, $ 26a, p. 91.

p. 194.

P. 87.

Vol. II begins at $ 360, p. 801.
ALIENAGE-

when not terminated, $ 19, p. 68.
ALIENATION OF PROPERTY -

injunctions to restrain, § 212, p. 463.
ALIEN ENEMY -

demurrer for being, $ 108, p. 287.
ALIENS

controversy between, $ 19, p. 66.
when incapable of being plaintiffs, SS 28, 30, p. 122.
if party to bill, necessary to aver citizenship of foreign State, S 66,
defendant, when cannot remove case to Circuit Court, $ 383, p. 911.
jurisdiction of suit by or against, § 15, p. 43; $ 19, p. 68; $ 22, p. 76; 8 25,
right to remove case, S 383, p. 911.

in what district sued, $ 22, p. 76.
ALIMONY

value of matter in dispute in a suit for, $ 16, p. 52.

bill to collect, $ 11, p. 28.
ALLEGATIONS -

not stated positively, demurrable, $ 67, p. 195; $ 108, p. 289.

special, by stockholders, $ 76, pp. 230-222.
ALLOWANCE -
to counsel in receiverships, $ 257, p. 572.

see also Costs; WRITS OF ERROR AND APPEALS.
ALTERATIONS-

in answer, $ 151, p. 351.
ALTERNATIVE-

bill must not state two inconsistent states of fact and ask relief in the,

$ 70, p. 202.

when relief in the alternative may be asked for, $ 70, p. 202.
ALTERNATIVE RELIEF-

bill praying, $ 70, pp. 202–204; 8 83, p. 235.
AMBASSADORS -

jurisdiction of cases affecting, $ 3, p. 5.

original jurisdiction of United States Supreme Court over, § 14, p. 41.
AMENDMENT-

to bill to permit other parties to be brought in, $ 46, p. 162.
to bill on objection for multifariousness being sustained, $ 75, p. 219.
whether bill may be taken pro confesso for failure to answer, $ 103,

p. 276.
of demurrer, $ 107, p. 285.
leave to make, when granted on sustaining demurrer, $ 123, p. 301.
to replication, S 157, p. 361.
in general, $ 160, p. 363.

rest in discretion of court, $ 160, p. 363.
statutory power to grant, $ 160, p. 363.
liberally made in favor of States, charities, infants, idiots and lunatics,

$ 160, p. 363.
when bills can be amended, § 161, p. 363.
form and effect of amendment of a bill, $ 162, p. 366.
what amendments to bills may be made, $ 163, p. 367.
amendment by pleading matters subsequent to the filing of the bill,

$ 164, p. 370.
proceedings upon an amended bill, $ 165, p. 371.
amendment of demurrers, pleas and replications, $ 166, p. 372.

answers, 8 167, p. 375.
practice in obtaining leave to amend, $ 168, p. 375.
rarely allowed to bill of discovery, S 281, p. 627.

Vol. II begins at $ 360, p. 801.
AMENDMENT (continued) -

which may be disregarded at hearing, $ 299, p. 669.
of pleading, how far State practice respecting, is followed, $ 360, p. 806.
of judgments by courts that rendered them, $ 379, p. 899.
writs of attachment, $ 369, p. 858.
of bond given on removal of cause, $ 385b, p. 932.
in Supreme Court of the United States. $ 391. p. 958.
of petition, after removal of cause to Federal court, $ 391, p. 958.

pleading, after removal of cause to Federal court, $ 391, p. 956.
bond, after removal of cause to Federal court, $ 391, p. 959.

writ of error, 8 507, p. 1233.
of removal bond, $ 391, p. 959.
how far jurisdiction conferred by amendment, $ 18, p. 65; $ 385, p. 930:

8 391, p. 957.
enforced to plead new matter. $ 76, p. 220.
for purpose of praying proper relief. $ 83, p. 235.
for omission of a waiver, tender or offer, $ 84, p. 238.
for admission of signature to bill, $ 86. p. 240.
of bill upon the filing of the plea, $ 138, pp. 328–330.
of plea after overruling, $ 140, p. 333.
of answer, $ 153, p. 352.

see also CORRECTION OF DECREE OTHERWISE THAN BY APPEAL
AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION –

seventh, $ 4, p. 6.
eleventh. & 3, p. 5; $ 37, p. 135; $ 38, p. 144.

fourteenth, 15, p. 46.
AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY -
that it is not large enough to give court jurisdiction, a ground of de-

murrer, 108, p. 288.

see MATTER IN DISPUTE; also VALUE.
ANCILLARY JURISDICTION (see JURISDICTION).
ANCILLARY LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION-

by foreign administrator, $ 34, p. 126.
ANCILLARY RECEIVERS

defined, principles regulating appointment of, $ 242, p. 521.
ANOMALOUS PLEA -

defined, $ 124, p. 305; $ 137, pp. 327, 328.
ANOTHER SUIT PENDING

objection of, can be raised by demurrer, $ 108, p. 289.

subject of plea in defense, $ 129, p. 309.
ANSWER -

a mode of objecting to want of parties, $ 61, p. 183.
exceptions for impertinence not to be taken after, $ 68,
as a mode of objecting to multifariousness in bills, $ 75, p. 218.
waiving, under oath, $ 82, p. 233; $ 84, p. 235.
as evidence, $ 84, p. 236.
to bill without objection to want of signature, a waiver, S 86, p. 240.
demurrer cannot be filed to, $ 105, p. 281.
defendant may demur to discovery if his answer subjects him to a

pain, penalty or forfeiture, $ 109, p. 290.
objections which can be taken by, $ 109, p. 291.
when to be filed, § 111, p. 292.
with pleas, $ 137, p. 326.
filing after a hearing upon plea, $ 142, p. 335.
when bill may be amended before, $ 161, p. 364; $ 164, p. 371.
amendment of, $ 167, p. 373.
irregular practice to unite with cross-bill in same pleading, S 172, p. 356.
to supplemental bill, $ 189, p. 415.
losing right to demur to petition for intervention by interposing an

answer, $ 202, p. 446.

P. 198,

p. 195.

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ANSWER (continued) –

adverse parties may file answer denying the fact stated in the peti.

tion, or setting up other facts in avoidance, $ 202, p. 447.
when receiver may be appointed before, S 252, p. 565.
effect of consent to extend time to answer, on time to remove cause,

$ 3850, p. 934.
removal of cause after, $ 385d, p. 935.
may be treated as an amendment to a petition, after removal of cause

to Federal court, $ 391, p. 958.
denies, admits or qualifies each statement in the bill seriatim, & 67,
to interrogatories in a bill, $ 82, p. 233.
taking bill pro confesso for failure to, S 103, p. 275.
time to, extended by amendment, $ 165, p. 371.
court may refuse leave to file after bill is amended, $ 165, p. 372.

to bill of revivor, $ 181, p. 402.
ANSWERS AND DISCLAIMERS

pleading defenses in an answer, s 144, p. 337.
requisites of answer, what may be pleaded in, S 144, p. 337.
defenses peculiar to patent cases, S 145, p. 338.
impertinence and scandal in, $ 147, p. 342.
admissions and denials independent of discovery, & 146, p. 341.
discovery, 148, p. 343.
when to be filed, § 149, p. 348.
proceedings to compel answer, $ 149, p. 348.
frame of answer and formal requisites, $ 150, p. 348.
signature and oath to answer, $ 151, p. 350.
motions to take answers off the file, & 152, p. 351.
exceptions for insufficiency, S 153, p. 352.
supplemental answers. $ 154, p. 355.
disclaimers, $ 155, p. 355.

form of, S 155, p. 356.
ANTICIPATED DEFENSE

counter averments to avoid, S 76, p. 219.
ANTI-TRUST ACT –
suit under, brought by representative of a class, $ 48, p. 164.

see MONOPOLIES.
APPEAL-

value of right to, from probate of will, & 16, p. 52.
from cases in courts of Indian Territory, $ 26, p. 88.
by plaintiff in suits to enforce a claim against the United States, 8 36,
a decision overruling an objection on the ground of multifariousness

will not be reviewed on, $ 75, p. 219.
from a decree dismissing a cross-bill, § 173, p. 390.
from order granting an injunction, $ 230, p. 493; $ 239. p. 511.
from an order appointing a receiver, $ 230, p. 493; $ 238, p. 511.
from an order authorizing issue of receiver's certificates, S 247, p. 549.
by receivers, $ 249, p. 555; $ 257, p. 573.
from taxation of costs, $ 337. p. 754.
demurrer for joinder of improper parties cannot be raised for first

time on, $ 62, p. 186.
objections for multifariousness cannot be taken for the first time upon,

$ 75, p. 218.
no appeal from order granting or refusing rehearing, $ 352, p. 784.
from final decree taking bill pro confesso, $ 104, p. 280.
right of new parties brought in by intervention to, s 2010, p. 443.
from interlocutory orders, S 203, p. 419.
judge of Circuit or District Court has no power to enjoin the enforce-

ment of a judgment in a State court after an appeal to the United

States Supreme Court and a supersedeas, $ 211, p. 461.
compensation of receivers rarely if ever increased on, $ 258, p. 574.

p. 133.

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