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BY ALBERT G. PORTER, A. M,,
DAY OF NOVEMBER TERM, 1854, INCLUSIVE,
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, by
ALBERT G. PORTER, in the clerk's office of the District Court of the United States, within and for the District - of Indiana.
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
STATE OF INDIANA,
DURING THE PERIOD COMPRISED IN THIS VOLUME.
SAMUEL E. PERKINS,
WILLIAM Z. STUART,
ALVIN P. HOVEY,*
SAMUEL B. GOOKINS. f
* Appointed by the Governor, May 8, 1854, until the election next succeeding the appoint: ment, to supply the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Judge Roache.
tElected by the People, October 10, 1854, to supply the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Judge Roache.
RULES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
Rui,e9 adopted May 28, 1855, to take effect on the coming into force of the act of said year on the subject of written briefs jn the Supreme Court.
39. Written briefs may be filed, and oral arguments made in causes in the Supreme Court; but no such brief will be received, except in open Court, at the time the cause is submitted; nor will oral argument be heard, except at that time, unless the Court may desire to hear such argument afterwards. Causes may, however, be submitted by consent of parties at any time, on printed brief by the submitting party, before the clerk of said Court.
40. Printed briefs may be filed at any timo before the cause is decided.