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National Reporter System.—State Series.

THE

SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER,

VOLUME 42,

CONTAINING ALL THE DECISIONS OF THE

SUPREME COURTS OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA AND WEST
VIRGINIA, AND SUPREME COURTS OF NORTH

CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA.

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COPYRIGHT, 1903,

BY

WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY.

SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER, VOLUME 42.

JUDGES

OF THE

COURTS REPORTED DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THIS VOLUME.

GEORGIA-Supreme Courte

First Division.

THOMAS J. SIMMONS, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
WILLIAM A. LITTLE.

ANDREW J. COBB.

Second Division.
SAMUEL LUMPKIN, PRESIDING.JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
HENRY T. LEWIS.1

SAMUEL B. ADAMS.S
WILLIAM H. FISH.

JOAN S. CANDLER.S

NORTH CAROLINA-Supreme Court.

DAVID M. FURCHES, CHIEF JUSTICE.
WALTER CLARK, CHIEF JUSTICE. 6

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
WALTER CLARK. 6

CHARLES A. COOK.6
WALTER A. MONTGOMERY. HENRY G. CONNOR.7
ROBERT M. DOUGLAS.

PLATT D. WALKER.7

SOUTH CAROLINA-Supreme Court.

HENRY MCIVER, CHIEF JUSTICE. 8
Y. J. POPE, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
Y. J. POPE.

IRA B. JONES.
EUGENE B. GARY.

C. A. WOODS. 10

VIRGINIA-Supreme Court of Appeals.

JAMES KEITH, PRESIDENT.

JUDGES.
RICHARD A. CARDWELL GEORGE M. HARRISON.
JOHN A. BUCHANAN.

STAFFORD G. WHITTLE

WEST VIRGINIA-Supreme Court of Appeals.

MARMADUKE H. DENT, PRESIDENT.

JUDGES.
8. C. McWHORTER.

GEORGE POFFENBARGER
HENRY BRANNON.

1 Resigned September 5, 1902.

6 Term expired January 1, 1903. 2 Appointed September 8, 1902, to serve until 7 Term began January 1, 1903. election.

8 Deceased January 12, 1903. 8 Elected to succeed Henry T. Lewis Novem 9 Elected Chief Justice January 20, 1903, to ber 1, 1902.

fill the unexpired term of Henry McIver. 4 Ceased to be Chief Justice January 1, 1903. 10 Elected Associate Justice January 28, 1903, 6 Became Chief Justice January 1, 1903. to fill the unexpired term of Y. J. Pope.

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COURT RULES.

SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA.

On August 8, 1902, rule 10 was so amend of each page. The paper of pen or typewrited as to read as follows:

ten bills of exceptions and transcripts shall

measure not less than seven and three-quar$ 5609. RULE 10. Bills of Exceptions and ters by twelve and one-half, nor more than Transcripts, How Prepared. Every bill of eight and one-half by fourteen inches. Phoexceptions or transcript of record shall be tographs shall not be mounted upon cardplainly written or printed upon white paper, board, but upon cloth or paper. All written with ample spacing between the lines, so as or printed matter shall be fully exposed to to be read without more than ordinary strain view, and no writing or printing shall be or effort. If written with pen or typewriter, hidden by metallic fasteners or binding of the same must be done on only one side of bills of exceptions or transcripts. Any vio. each sheet, and a margin of at least one and lation of this rule will be dealt with as a one-quarter inches shall be left at the top contempt of court. 42 S.E.

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