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ADOPTED NOVEMBER TERM, A. D. 1852.
XXIV. Applicants for admission to the bar will be sworn as attorneys upon proof that they are voters and of good moral character.
XXV. No submission of a case will be permitted without a brief by the party submitting it; and, after the present term, only printed briefs will be received.
XXVI. The pages, and lines upon the pages, of transcripts, must be numbered before the cause is submitted, and the transcript must be referred to in the briefs by page and line.
XXVII. Attorneys upon opposite sides, in each case, will be required, upon request, to interchange briefs.
[This rule requires an interchango only upon request. Neglect to request such interchange does not impose on the appellee the necessity of answering errors not assigned, nor upon the Court to decide them. Hollingsworth y. The State, 8 Ind. R. 257.)
XXVIII. Points not made in some of the briefs by counsel, will be considered as waived in the suit in which the briefs are filed, and may be treated by the Court accordingly.
[This rule has been strictly observed in numerous cases. See The Jeffersonville Railroad Co. v. Butler, 9 Ind. R. 205; Henderson v. Burch, 10 id. 54; Shaw v. Binkard, id. 231; Zehnor v. Crall, id. 547.]
XXIX. The volume containing any case cited in a brief, must be placed within the reach of the Court; or the opinion in the case, or such part of it as is relied on, must be accurately copied, with the statement of the facts on which it is based, and so much of the context as forms a qualification of or exception to it.
XXX. In every bill of exceptions, purporting to set out the evidence, upon motion for a new trial overruled, the words "this was all the evidence given in the cause,” are to be regarded as technical, and indispensable to repel the presumption of other evidence.
It is ordered that this rule operate on all causes tried in the Circuit Courts and Courts of Common Pleas, after June 1, 1853.
[This rule was adopted to avoid the embarrassment constantly occurring in giving construction to ambiguous language, as in the case of Montgomery v. Doe, 4 Ind. R. 266. Its policy, to secure accuracy, and to lead the Court at once to the main question, is obvious; and compliance with it easy. The New Albany, fc., Railroad Co. v. Callow, 8 Ind. R. on p. 473. The rule has been rigidly adhered to in numerous cases since. See Nutter v. The State, 9 id. 178; The Jeffersonville Railroad Co. v. Butler, id. 205; McCole v. The State, 10 id. 50; Beard v. The First Presb. Church, id. 568; Forgey v. Tucker, 11 id. 320; Powell v. Pierce, id. 322; Chapel v. Washburn, id. 393. See, also, Index, h. t.]
ADOPTED NOVEMBER TERM, A. D. 1853.
XXXI. Causes may be submitted without a brief during the sitting of the Court, at the Supreme Court room, in the State House; but every such submission will be set aside at the costs of the party making it, where a printed brief is not filed in the cause by the submitting party within 60 days from the date of submission.
XXXII. Prosecuting attorneys will not be required to file printed briefs in cases wherein they appear as such for the defendant.
ADOPTED NOVEMBER TERM, A. D. 1854.
XXXIII. All cases submitted under the rule giving leave to file a brief in 60 days shall stand dismissed, if the brief is not filed with the clerk within that time.
XXXIV. On the call of the docket at each term, every cause filed one year prior to the first day of such term and not submitted, shall be dismissed at the cost of the party bringing the case up, unless upon such call the cause be submitted on printed brief.
XXXV. The 31st Rule allowing causes to be submitted with leave to file brief in 60 days, / is hereby modified so as to apply only to causes filed within 30 days prior to the first day of the term; and all causes filed more than 30 days before the first day of term can be submitted only on printed brief filed at the time of submission under the 25th Rule.
XXXVI. Causes submitted under the sixty-day Rule shall not be distributed to the judges till after the 60 days expire.
XXXVII. After submission the papers shall not be permitted to pass out of the hands of the judge to whom they are allotted; but either party may have a copy of the record, or any part of it, from the clerk, upon the payment of proper fees.
XXXVIII. The 13th Rule is rescinded; and the clerk is directed to keep the records; to permit inspection of them in his office; or, on payment of proper fces, to furnish copies.
ADOPTED MAY TERM, A. D. 1855.
XXXIX. Written briefs may be filed, and oral arguments made in causes in the Sapreme Court; but no such brief will be received, except in open Court, at the time the cause is submitted; nor will oral argument he 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.
XL. Printed briefs may be filed at any time before the cause is decided.
OF THE NAMES OF THE CASES
REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.
Board of Commissioners, &c., v. Weasner, 191
376 Adamson, The State v.... 296 Bond et al., Davis v...
7 Ainsworth v. Atkinson et al., 538 Bound et al., Bowers et al. v..
218 Ames, Francis v.. 251 Bowen et al. v. Fisher,.
104 Anderson v. The Evansville, &c., Rail Bowers et al. v. Bound et al.,
218 road Co.,.... 388 Bowers, The State v.....
195 Anderson v. The Kerns Draining Co.,. . 199 Bowman v. Mallory,.
424 Andrews v. The Ohio and Mississippi Boxley et al. v. Carney et al.,.
17 Railroad Co., 169 Boyer v. Jones et al.,.
354 Armstrong et al., Talbott et al. v.. 254 Brady et al. v. Ball,
317 Arnold et al. v. Fleming,. 10 Branch v. Holcraft,
237 Ashley v. Laird et al.,. 222 Brown v. Perry,.
32 Atkinson et al., Ainsworth v.... .... 538 Brown, The Board of Commissioners, Atwood et al., Johnson et al. v. 423 &c., v.
191 Auditor, &c., The Covington Drawbridge Burgess v. Matlock et al.,.
475 Co. Y.. 331 Burke, Howard v..
537 Burnell, Kellcy v.
328 Bacot v. Bacot,.... 38 Burnett, Nudd v..
25 Baker v. The Evansville, &c., Railroad Butler et al. v. Mercer,.
363 Bales F. Weddle,.
C. Ball, Brady et al. v...
317 Barcus et al. v. Evans,.
381 Cameron et al., Sherman et al. v.... 418 Barker, Fox v.... 309 Carney et al., Boxley et al. v.....
17 Barker v. Roberts, 552 Carpenter v. Dickerson et al.,
462 Barnard v. Graham,. 322 Carpenter v. O'Neal,.
19 Barton et al. v. Simmons, 49 Carpenter v. The State,
109 Bates et al., The Indiana Pottery Co. v. 8 Carson v. Earlywine,
256 Baugh v. The State,.. 29 Case et al., Cassel v...
393 Beauchamp v. Leagan,. 401 Cassel v. Case et al.,
393 Benfield v. Reynolds et al.,. 388 Chadd, Wilkerson et al. v...
448 Birch et al., Foster v.. 445 Chandler v. Schoonover,
324 Birdsall et al., Halderman v.... 304 Chappel, Hubbard et ux. V....
601 Birdsall et al., McFarland et al. v.. 126 Chase et al., Williams et al, v.
253 Blackburn, Miller et al. v... 62 Chenowith v. Chenowith,.
2 Blackleach et ux. v. Harvey, 564 Chissom, Johnson et ux. V......
415 Black v. Mitchell,
397 Cincinnati, Peru, &c., Railroad Co. v. Blake v. Hedges,
364 Blake v. Holley,
383 Cincinnati, &c., Railroad Co. y. Wynno Bland, Mahoney v.
385 Block v. The State,...
425 Cincinnati Type Foundry Co., Jones v.. 89 Board of Commissioners, &c., v. Brown, 191 City of Evansville v. Hall,
27 Board of Commissioners, &c., Hawkins City of Lafayette, &c. v. Spencer et al.,. 399 et al. v.. 521 Clark v. The State,
26 Board of Commissioners, &c., v. Kierolf Cleneay et al., Stetson et al. v..
453 et al.,.. 284 Cleveland v. Roberts,.
Clem v. Durham et al.,
263 Evansville, &c., Railroad Co., Anderson Clevinger, The State v... 366
388 Cline v. Inlow,...
419 Evansville, &c., Railroad Co., Baker v... 363 Clinton Township v. Draper et al., 295 Evansville, &c., Railroad Co., McDaniel Coats et al. v. Kiger,. 179 V....
464 Coburn v. Dodd,
347 Evansville, &c., Railroad Co., O'Donald v. 259 Cones v. Wilson et al.,...
465 Evansville, &c., Railroad Co. v. Williams Conger, The State v.... 396 et al. (eight cases), .
428 Conlan, Smith et al. v....
513 Evansville, &c., Railroad Co., Wilson v. 464 Conwell v. Hill,.
286 Cookerly v. Mitchell,
F. Coplinger v. The Steamboat David Gibson, 480 Farley et al., The State v
23 Cottrell et al., Meikel et al. v. (three Farley v. Farley,
331 cases)... 571 Farley v. Harvey,...
377 Covington Drawbridge Co. v. The Audi Featheringill, Spears et ux. V
402 tor, &c.,
331 Ferry et al., The Jeffersonville Railroad Crawford, May et al. v.. 5
11 Creagmiles, Holman v..... 177 Fisher, Bowen et al. v.
104 Creighton et al. ex rel. Farras v. Piper,.. 182 Fisher, Edwards v.
520 Cromwell et al. v. Lowe, 234 Fleming, Arnold et al. v.
10 Fleming et al. v. Potter et al.
486 D. Forkner et al., (vorman v.
294 Foster v. Birch et al.,.
445 Daily et al. v. Nuttman, 339 Fox v. Barker,..
309 Dale y. Evans et al., 288 Fox, Schlosser v.
365 Darlington v. Warner, 449 Francis y. Ames,.
251 Davenport, Hiatt v... 281 Frazier et al. v. Massey,
382 Davis v. Bond et al., 7 French et al. v. Howard,
455 Davis et al. v. Jenkins, 572 French v. Venneman,.
282 Davis et al. v. Rogers,
424 Davis v. Murphy,
G. Davis v. The State,
358 Devoss v. Jay et al., 400 Garrison y. The State,
287 Dibble et al., Mitchell et al. v. 526 Gartrell, The State v.
280 Dibble et al., Scott et al. v..., 17 Giles et al. v. Law,
16 Dickerson et al., Carpenter v.. 462 Glidewell v. Rudisill,
508 Dick, Knour et al. v.... 20 Gould et al., Mills et al. v.
278 Dimmick, Hamer v... 105 Graham, Barnard v.
322 Dipboy, McNeer et al. v. 18 Graybill, Layman v.
166 Dipple v. Douglas, . 535 Grecr v. Studabaker,.
519 Dodd, Coburn v. 347 Gulick v. New,....
93 Dodd v. Miller et al. (eight cases), 433 Dodd v. Sweetser, ..
H. Doe ex dem. Dunn et al. v. Hearick et al.,... 242 Hadley, Robinson v.
417 Doggett et al., Smith et al. v. (six cases), 442 Haggard et al. v. Hawkins et al.,
299 Douglas, Dipple v.... 535 Haines v. Kent et al.,.....
510 Draper et al., Clinton Township v. 295 Halderman v. Birdsall et al.,..
304 Drapert v. The State, .. 123 Hall v. Reynolds,.
472 Dunn, ex parte, .. 122 Hall v. Rhodes,
241 Durham et al., Clem v. 263 Hall, The Citv of Evansville v.
27 Halton et al., Vail et al. v..
105 Hanes v. Worthington,
320 Earlywine, Carson v.. 256 Hardy v. Merriweather,.
203 Easterday v. Joy et al.,.. 371 Harlan, Harris v...
439 Eaton, &c., Railroad Co., Morrison v... 110 Harman, Meikel v..
387 Edwards v. Fisher, 520 Harris v. Harlan,.
439 Eliason, Hosier et al. v.. 523 Harris v. Rupel,.
209 Ellis, McNamara v....
516 Hart et al., Stump v. Ellison, The State v.. 380 Hart, Nelson v...
448 Ely, The State v..... 291 Harvey, Blackleach et ux. V
564 Evans, Barcus et al. v.. 381 Harvey, Farley v...
377 Evans et al., Dale v...
288 Hawkins et al., Haggard et al. v........ 299
Hawkins et al. v. Board of Commission Joy et al., Easterday v..
371 ers, &c.,..... 521 Joy v. The State,
139 Hawkins, Wilstach v..
541 Haworth v. The State,..
K. Hays v. Weatherman,
341 Hayward et al., Kyle v. 367 Kalb, The State v.
403 Hayworth y. The State, 590 Keck y. Shaw,
384 Hearick et al., Doe ex dem. Dunn y... 242 Keegan et al., Miller et al. v..
502 Hedges, Blake v.... 566 Keely v. The State,
36 Heikes, Parrish et al. v.. 194, 605 Kelley v. Burnell,
328 Helton et al. v. Miller et al.,. 577 Kent et al., Haines v
510 Herr, Roloson et al. v.
539 Kent et al., Town of Williamsport, &c., v. 306 Heustis, Vail v....
85, 607 Kerns Draining Co., Anderson v.. 199 Hiatt v. Davenport,
281 Kierolf et al., The Board of CommissionHiatt, Medler v.. 405 ers, &c., v.
284 Hibbert, The Toledo, &c., Railroad Co. v. 509 Kiger, Coats et al. v.
179 Hill, Conwell v 131, 286 Knour et al. v. Dick,.
20 Hill et al. v. Jones,.. 389 Kortpeter v. Talbott et al.,
391 Holcraft, Branch v... 237 Kunbert, The State v...
374 Holley, Blake v.... 383 Kyle v. Hayward et al., ....
367 Holman v. Creagmiles,.
177 Horsey, The State v..
L. Hosier et al. v. Eliason,
523 Houghton v. Eoughton,.. 505 Lackey, Meredith et al. v.....
529 Howard v. Burke,... 35 Laird et al., Ashley v.
222 Howard, French et al. v..
455 Lake Erie, &c., Railroad Co. v. LoveHowland et al. Small et al. v.. 592 land, ..
291 Hubbard et as. v. Chappel, 601 Lambdiu v. Miller et al.,
514 Huffer, Spaugh et al. v.. 305 Lasselle v. Wilson,
520 Holl et al., Scott et al. v... 136 Laughery v. McLean,.
106 Hunter v. McCoy,.. 528 Laupher v. The Stato,
327 Law, Giles et al. v.
16 I. Lavman v. Graybill,
166 Leagan, Beauchamp y.,
401 Igoc v. The Staie,.. 239 Leavenworth, Woodford v.
311 Indianapolis, &c., Railroad Co., Burke v. 537 Lemen et al. v. Young et al.,
3 Indianapolis, &c., Railroad Co. v. Mc Lenfesty, Stebbens v. Mahan, 422 Lindley, The State v.
430 Indianapolis, &c., Railroad Co. v. Means, 30 Line v. Mack et al.,
330 Indianapolis, &c., Railroad Co. v. Parkin Little et al. v. Norris,
541 Little et al. v. Vance,.. Indianapolis, &c., Railroad Co. v. Wil Little et al. v. Waller,
447 liams, 521 Lofton v. The State,
1 Indiana Pottery Co. v. Bates et al.,.. 8 Lomax et al. v. Strange,
21 Inlow, Cline v.. 419 Long v. Morrison..
595 Loveland, The Lake Erie, &c., Railroad J.
291 Lowe, Cromwell et al. v.
234 Jackson, Shireman v. 459 Lung et al. v. Sims et al.,
467 Jackson v. The State, 327 Lyon et al. v. Perry et al.,.
515 Jav et al., Devoss v..
400 Jeffersonville Railroad Co. v. Ferry et al., 11
M. Jenkins, Davis et al. v..
572 Johnson et al. v. Atwood et al., 423 Mack et al., Line v.
330 Johnson et al. v. The State,. 574 Mahoney v. Bland,
176 Johnson et al. v. Vutrick, 216 Mahon v. Traber et al.,
525 Johnson et ux. v. Chissom, 415 Makepeace, Tucker v...
186 Jones et al., Boyer v...... 354 Mallory, Bowman v...
424 Jones et al., Williams v.... 363 Malone v. The State,
219 Jones, Hill et al. v.... 389 Malone, Wilkins et al. v.
153 Jones v. Mills, 436 Marshall, York v....
250 Jones v. The Cincinnati Type Foundery Martindale et al. v. Price,
115 Co., 89 Massey, Frazier et al. v....
382 Jones y. The State,.... 120, 346 Matheny, Sago v..
369 Jones v. Thomas,.. 474 Matlock et al., Burgess v.