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souTHWESTERN REPORTER, voLUME 232
OF THE COURTS REPORTED DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THIS VOLUME
St. Louis Court of Appeals (C’t'd) COURT OF APPEALS COMMISSIONERS DAVIS BIGGS > SIMON G. NIPPER THEODORE C. BRUERE
kansas City Court of Appeals PRESIDING JUDGE FRANCIS H. TRIMBLE ASSOCIATE JUDGES
EWING C. BLAND HENRY L. ARNOLD
Springfield Court of Appeals
JOHN S. FARRINGTON JOHN H. BRADLEY
Supreme Court CHIEF JUSTICE DAVID L. LANSIDEN ASSOCIATE JUSTICES
GRAFTON GREEN COLIN P. MCKINNEY FRANK. P. HALL NATHAN L. BACHMAN
TEXAS Supreme Court
THOMAS B. GREENWOOD
Commission of Appeals
NORMAN G. KITTRELL, SR.
Court of Criminal Appeals PRESIDING JUDGE WRIGHT C. MORROW JUDGES
OFFA. S. LATTIMORE
* Died July 25, 1921.
TEXAS (Continued) Courts of Civil Appeals First District CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERT A. PLEASANTS ASSOCIATE JUSTICES CHARLES E. LANE GEORGE W. GRAVES Second District CHIEF JUSTICE TRUMAN H. CONNER ASSOCIATE JUSTICES IRBY DUNKLIN RAYMOND H. BUCK Third District CHIEF JUSTICE WILLIAM M. KEY ASSOCIATE JUSTICES
CHARLES H. J.ENKINS JOHN W. BRADY
Fourth District CHIEF JUSTICE WILLIAM S. FLY ASSOCIATE JUSTICES THOMAS D. COBBS EDWARD W. SMITH Fifth District CHIEF JUSTICE ANSON RAINEY ASSOCIATE JUSTICES JAMES M. TALBOT 1 DEXTER HAMILTON Siacth District CHIEF JUSTICE SAMUEL P. WILLSON ASSOCIATE JUSTICES RICHARD B. LEVY WILLIAM HODGES Seventh District CHIEF JUSTICE STERLING P. HUFF ASSOCIATE JUSTICES ROBERT W. HALL WILLIAM BOYCE Eighth District CHIEF JUSTICE JAMES R. HARPER ASSOCIATE JUSTICES ERASTUS F. HIGGINS ANDERSON M. WALTHALL Ninth District CHIEF JUSTICE LEWIS B. HIGHTOWER, JR. ASSOCIATE JUSTICES
WILLIAM B. O'QUINN DANIEL WALKER
AMEND MENTS TO RULES
COURT OF APPEALS OF MISSOURI "
In the Springfield Court of Appeals
Be it remembered that On the 21st day Of September, 1921, the following order Was entered Of record:
NOW at this day it is Ordered and adjudged by the court that rule 12, rule 14 and rule 18 of this court be amended to read as fol10WS:
Rule 12.—ABSTRACTS IN LIEU OF TRANSCRIPTS, WHEN FILED AND SERVED.—In those cases where the appellant shall, under the provisions of section 2048, Revised Statutes of 1909, file in this court a copy of the judgment, order or decree, in lieu of a complete transcript, he shall deliver to the respondent a copy of his abstract, at least thirty days before the cause is Set for hearing, and shall in like time file eight Copies thereof With the clerk, of this court. If the respondent is not satisfied with Such abstract, he shall deliver to the appellant a COmplete or additional abstract at least fifteen days before the cause is set for hearing, and within like time file eight copies thereof with the clerk Of this court. Objections to Such complete or additional abstracts Shall be filed With the clerk of this Court Within ten days after service of such abstract upon the appellant, and a copy Of Such Objections shall be served upon the respondent in like time.
Rule 14.—ABSTRACTS, WHEN FILED AND SERVED.—In all Cases Where a COmplete Written or printed transcript is brought to this court in the first instance, the appellant shall make and deliver to respondent a copy of his abstract of the record at least twenty days before the day on which the cause is set for hearing, and file eight copies thereof With the clerk Of this court not later than the day preceding the one on which the case is set for hearing. If the respondent desires to file a further or additional abstract, he shall deliver to the appellant a copy thereof at least five days before the cause is set for hearing, and file eight copies thereof with the clerk of this court on the day preceding that on Which the CauSe is to be heard.
Rule 18.—BRIEFS, WHAT TO CONTAIN AND WHEN SERVED.—The appellant shall deliver to the Opposing party a copy of his brief thirty days before the day on which the CauSe is Set for hearing, and the respondent shall deliver a copy of his brief to the Opposing party at least ten days before the last named date, and the appellant Shall deliver a copy of his brief in reply to the opposing party not later than the day preceding that on which the cause is set for hearing, and eight copies of each brief shall be filed with the clerk On Or before the last named date.
(Amended Sept. 21, 1921.)
1 For other rules, see 169 S. W. xx; 181 S. W. vi; 225 S. W. vii.
Berry v. Royster (Mo. App.). . . . . . . . . . . . 477
Bertha A. Mining Co. v. Empire District
Biard, Connor v. (Tex. Civ. App.). . . . . . . . 885
Brown v. Bonougli (Tex.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 490
Co. v. (Mo.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1024
Calhoun, State ex rel. Kranke v. (Mo.). ...1038
Chicago, R. I. & G. R. Co. v. Edwards
City of St. Joseph v. Cox (Mo. App.). . . . 256