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Copyright 1906
By E. O. RANDALL, FOR THE STATE OF Ohio.

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JUDGES OF THE

SUPREME COURT OF OHIO.

For the time commencing February 9, 1905, and ending

February 9, 1906.

Hon. WILLIAM Z. DAVIS, Chief Justice.
Hon. JOHN A. SHAUCK,
Hon. JAMES L. PRICE,
Hon. WILLIAM B. CREW,

JUDGES.
HON. AUGUSTUS N. SUMMERS,
Hon. WILLIAM T. SPEAR,

ATTORNEY GENERAL,
Hon. WADE H. ELLIS.

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CLERK,
LAWSON E. EMERSON.

DEPUTY CLERKS,
JOSEPH G. OBERMEYRE,
ANDREW S. IDDINGS.

MARSHAL AND LAW LIBRARIAN,

E. HOWARD GILKEY.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIANS,

JOHN W. SHAW,
CHARLES C. BARROWS.

DEPUTY MARSHALS OF THE COURT.
ANTHONY W. BUCKMASTER,

LOUIS MCCALLISTER,
WILLIAM W. MCDONALD.

REPORTER,
EMILIUS O. RANDALL.

SUPREME COURT-RULES OF PRACTICE.

RULES PECULIAR TO THE BUSINESS OF

THE SUPREME COURT.

RULE I.

SESSIONS IN TERM.

The regular public sessions of the Supreme Court shall be held in the Supreme Court Room, in the Capitol, on Tuesday and Thursday of every week during the term of the Court, commencing at 9:00 o'clock A. M., standard time, and on other days of the week by special assignment, as the convenience of the business may require.

And the sessions of the Consultation Room shall be between the hours of 8:30 o'clock A. M. and 4:30 o'clock P. M., standard time.

RULE II.

ORDER OF BUSINESS. The business of the General Docket shall be proceeded in as follows:

SECTION 1. It is hereby made the duty of the plaintiff, or party holding the affirmative, within five months after the filing of the petition in error, to have filed with the Clerk ten printed copies of a brief or argument therein, containing a statement of the questions presented and a succinct statement of so much of the cause, referring to the pages of the printed record, as is necessary to show how the ques

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