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CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS AND CIRCUIT
AMENDMENTS TO RULES
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS.
In the circuit court of appeals for the third circuit the following order was made October 13, 1893:
The general order regulating the sessions of this court, adopted June 16, 1891, is amended as follows:
Hereafter the March terın of this court shall commence on the first Tuesday of March.
In the circuit court of appeals for the third circuit, December 7, 1893, in lieu of the rule then existing numbered 23, the court adopted the following rule, to apply to cases thereafter brought:
PRINTING RECORDS. 1. On the filing of the transcript the clerk shall forth with cause twenty copies of the record to be printed, and shall furnish three copies thereof to each party at least six days before the case is called for argument, and shall ti le fourteen copies thereof in his otlice. The parties may stipulate in writing that parts only of the record shall be printed, and the case may be heard on the parts 30 printed, but the court may direct the printing of other parts of the record. The clerk may demand of the plaintiff in error or appellant the cost of printing the record before ordering the same to be done. if the record shall not have been printed when the case is reached in the regular call of the docket because of the failure of a party to advance the cost of printing, the case may be dismissed. In case of reversal, affirmance, or dismissal, with costs, the amount paid for printing the record shall be taxed against the party against whom costs are given.
2. The clerk shall receive from either party, and use as parts of the printed record, so far as the sarne may be of proper and convenient size and type, any portions which have been printed in any other court, and also printed copies of patents and other exhibits, allowing the party furnishing the same such sum therefor as the clerk deems reasonable, to be added to and form a part of the cost of printing.
*For rule 23, as originally adopted in the third circuit, see 47 Fed. x.; as amended September 22, 1892, see 51 Fed. v. 57 y.