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ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. ROUJET D. MARSHALL.
WILLIAM H. TIMLIN. ROBERT G. SIEBECKER.
JOHN BARNES. JAMES O. KERWIN.
AAD JOHN VINJE.
AMENDMENTS TO RULES
SUPPLEMENTAL RULES GOVERNING THE ORGANIZATION OF
THE SUPREME COURT OF IOWA 1
In pursuance of section 3 of chapter 22 of the Acts of the Thirty-fifth General Assembly, the Supreme Court have adopted the following additional rules:
XXIII. DIVISION OF COURT.
of, or at any time prior thereto, when it beSec. 111. Division of Court. From and comes apparent that any matter is for hearafter the beginning of the September term, ing by the full bench, any cause or any moA. D. 1913, the Supreme Court shall be di- tion or other matter, may be assigned for vided into two divisions, to be known as the the last period of each term. first and the second.
Passing of Cases to Another Period. All Each division shall consist of three judges cases or other matters passed to another periand the Chief Justice, who shall sit with od shall go to and be heard by the division to each division in the consideration of all mat- which the cause was originally assigned; and ters coming before either division.
causes or other matters “passed to last period” The personnel of the divisions shall not shall also be heard by the division to which be permanent, but may be changed from time the case was originally assigned, save where to time, by the Chief Justice, as exigencies the matter is for the full bench, when it may arise, or, by affirmative vote of a ma
shall be passed to the last period and be jority of the judges. The personnel of the heard at that time. divisions shall be changed at least once a
Motion Days. Tuesday and Friday of year.
each period or subdivision thereof, shall be
“motion days" for the submission of motions Sec. 112. Submission of Motions. Each
to the proper division of the court, or to the division shall, except as hereinafter provided, full bench. bear and determine all motions and cases submitted to it, and all petitions for rehear
Sec. 114. Constitutional Questions. All ing in cases decided by it, including motions cases involving constitutional questions shall for decrees to retax costs and all other inter- be heard by the full bench; and the Chief locutory matters.
Justice may order any case to be so sub
mitted. Sec. 113. Sessions of Court. Each term
Difference of Opinion. Should there be a shall be so divided into periods as that, the difference of opinion among the members of last shall be for the consideration, by the either division as to how a case should be full bench, of all motions, cases on original decided, or as to the facts or the rules of submission, petitions for rehearing, and oth- law applicable thereto, any member of that er matters properly referable thereto; and,
division, or the Chief Justice, on his own all other periods shall be so divided that one division shall sit on the first Tuesday of the motion, may call in the other division and period for the submission of such motions, the division thus called in, shall consider cases, and petitions for rehearing and other the case and take part in the decision. matters, as may be assigned to it, and the And, if a difference of opinion should arise other shall sit for the hearing of matters upon the disposition of a motion, the Chief assigned to it, on the second Tuesday of Justice shall call in the other division, which each period. And, to equalize the work, shall take part in the determination thereof. cases assigned for each period shall be di
Dissent. Any member may note his disvided, as nearly as practicable, into two sent from, or special concurrence in any equal parts, save that all cases and other opinion filed by either division, or by the matters for consideration by the entire
full bench. bench, shall be assigned for the last period of the term.
Sec. 115. Disqualification. Should a memHearing by Full Bench. Upon call of the ber of a division get behind with his work docket for any period or any division there. I for any reason, or be disqualified from sit
ting in any cause, the Chief Justice may call | full bench, all under the orders and direcin a Judge from another division who is up tions of the Chief Justice. with his work, to sit in place of the one who
Sec. 119. Judges Participating Stated. is behind, or disqualified, and may also, in Each and every opinion filed shall show, on the event an entire division gets behind, its face, what judges participated therein. make such a division of the cases for any period as, will equalize matters between the
Sec. 120. Consultation. Consultation may two divisions.
be had between the divisions at any time upSec. 116. Succession of Justices. Where a submission, or upon petitions for rehearing,
on cases pending on motion, for original Chief Justice retires and is re-elected, he shall take his place with the division from upon request of any member of the court. which his successor comes, and, if a new
Sec. 121. Submission Prior to September man takes his place, he too, shall be assign- Terin. Cases submitted prior to the Septemed to the division from which the then Chief ber, 1913, term, shall be decided by the full Justice is taken.
bench and petitions for rehearing in cases
heretofore or hereafter decided by the full Sec. 117. Assignment of Work. As the bench, shall be submitted to the full bench. Chief Justice is to preside over each division, allowance shall be made therefor in
Sec. 122. Rules Supplemental. These the assignment of cases for opinions, and rules shall be regarded as supplemental to such credit given as will equalize the work those now in force and be treated as amendas nearly as possible.
atory thereto; and no prior rule or decision Sec. 118. Making up Docket. The clerk, applicable thereto shall be regarded as rein making up the term dockets and the as pealed, save it be inconsistent herewith and signments for the several periods, shall make then only to the extent of such inconsistthe same in accord with these rules and so
ency. assign motions and petitions for rehearing Sec. 123. Rules in Effect. These rules as that the same will be submitted to and shall go into effect on September 1, 1913, and reach the proper divisions.
may be changed at any time upon majority Assignment shall also be made of all mo- vote of the entire membership of the bench. tions, cases for original submission, and pe
B. W. GARRETT, Clerk. titions for rehearing which are to go to the Des Moines, Iowa, September 1, 1913.
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723 Blakeslee v. Van Der Slice (Neb.). ....... 799
541 Dist. of City of Canton, Plumbing Sup-
ply Co. v. (S. D.)...
ler v. (Iowa).
373 Boomer, J. C. 'York & Co. v. (Neb.). 689
533 Bowen v. Ætna Indemnity Co. (Iowa). 205
195 Ancient Order of Gleaners, O'Neill v. Boyd,' Grimmel v. (Neb.).
316 Colonial Apartment House Co. (Neb.)... 519 Anderson, Fryberger v. (Minn.).
1 Boyne City Tanning Co., Cummins v. Andrews v. United States Casualty Co. (Mich.)
487 | Boyne City Tanning Co., Newberry v. Andries v. Everitt, Metzger, Flanders Co. (Mich.)
765 (Mich.) .1067 Brandt v. Luce (Mich.).
..1117 Apple, In re (Iowa).. .1021 Brayton v. Brayton (Mich.).
762 Appleton Waterworks Co. v. Railroad Com Brewster v. Miller (S. D.).
467 mission of Wisconsin (Wis.). 476 Briggs, State v. (Minn.).
823 Arapahoe State Bank v. McKenna (Neb.).. 531 Brinton, Stockwell v. (N. D.)..
242 Associated Schools of Independent Dist. Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., State No. 63 of Hector, Renville County, v.
717 School Dist. No. 83 of Renville County Brous v. Wabash R. Co. (Iowa)
416 (Minn.) 325 Brown v. Brown (S. D.)....
73.) Atlantic Terra Cotta Co., Longcor v. Brown v. Hall (S. D.).
854 (Minn.) 310 Bruening, Messer v. (N. D.).
158 Auditor General, Kinnane v. (Mich.). 551 | Brunsvold, Silvius v. (S. D.).
944 Austin v. Hayden (Mich.)... 56.5 Buck v. Buck (Minn.).
729 Axelson, Ketcham v. (Iowa). 62 Buck's Estate, In re (Minn.).
117 Ball, State v. (Neb.). 299 Burdick, Watkins v. (Mich.).
550 Bank of Bushnell v. Buck Bros. (Iowa)....1004 Burletson, Folks v. (Mich.).
1120 Barkley, Ellis v. (Iowa). 203 Burnside, State v. (S. D.)...
.1128 Barnhart v. Michigan Cent. R. Co. (Mich 570 Burr, Popejoy y. (Neb.).
524 Bauer v. Bauer (Mich.). ..1074 Bursheim, Finch v. (Minn.).
925 Bay Circuit Judge, Hartingh v. (Mich.)... 585 Burton v. Isaacson, two cases (Minn.) B. B. Fuel Co., Berg v. (Minn.). 321 Busboom v. Schmidt (Neb.).
290 Beck, Willson y. (Iowa). 78 | Busch, Kingston v. (Mich.)
754 Beidenkopf +. Des Moines Life Ins. Co. Butler, Roberts v. (Minn.).
434 Bell v. David City (Neb.).
523 Cady v. Travelers' Ins. Co. (Web.)...... 107 Bemidji Brewing Co., Bertram v. (Minn.)1015 Cady Lumber Co., Ford & Isbell Lumber Benedict, Howe v. (Mich.). 768 Co. v. (Neb.).
370 Bensel, în re (Minn.).. .1134 Call, McKenzie v. (Mich.).
3.15 Bennett, Turner v. (Iowa). 999 Campbell v. Raven (Mich.).
902 Berg v. B. B. Fuel Co. (Minn.)
321 Campbell, Rushton v. (Neb.). Berglund v. State Farmers' Mut. Hail Ins. Canterbury, City of Minneapolis v. (Minn.) 812
2:27 Co. of Waseca, Minn. (N. D.)..
941 Carpenter, Farwell v. (lowa).
301 County (Iowa)
..1017 Castetter, Moler v. (Neb.).
..1072 Big Stone and Traverse Counties, Cunning
Chamberlain v. Wallace (Mich.). bam v. (Minn.). ..
802 Chaney, Franklin State Bank v. (Neb.).... 537 Big Stone and Traverse Counties, O'Connor Charter Commission of City of Detroit,
802 . (Minn.).
Eikhoff v. (Mich.).
274 Chicago, B. & Q. R. Co., Blunt v. (Neb.).. 532 Bittner v. Howie Roofing Co. (Mich.). .1056 Chicago Great Western R. Co., Dusold v.
213 Blain y. Dean (Iowa)...
223 Blakely v. Omaha & C. R. St. R. Co. (Neb.) 525 v. (Iowa).
Page Chicago, M. & St. P. R. Co., State v. Des Moines Life Ins. Co., Beidenkopf v. (Minn.) 312
434 Chicago, M. & St. P. R. Co., Wilson v. Dessert's Estate, In re (Wis.)..
54 Detroit, G. H. & M. R. Co., Wallace v. Chicago, R. I. & P. R. Co., McCoullough (Mich.)
558 v. (Iowa).
67 | Detroit River Transit Co. Aldrich Chicago & N. W. R. Co., Gray v. (Wis.).. 505 (Mich.)
373 Chicago & N. W. R. Co., House v. (S. D.) 736 Detroit Steering Wheel & Windshield Co., Chute Co. v. Latta (Minn.) .1048 Galvin_v. (Mich.)...
742 Citizens' Savings & Trust Co., Iowa City, Detroit Trust Co. v. C. C. Wormer MaFirst Unitarian Soc. of Iowa City v. chinery Co. (Mich.).
87 Detroit United Ry., Fuller v. (Mich.). 572 Citizens' Tel. Co., Hoben v. (Mich.). .1070 Detroit United Ry., Rahaley v. (Mich.)...1099 City of Alpena, Ísland Mill Lumber Co. v. Detroit United Ry., Richardson v. (Mich.) 369 (Mich.)
770 Detroit United Ry. Sailsky v. (Mich.).... 351 City of 'Ashland, Warner v. (Wis.). 513 Detroit United Ry., Wingert v. (Mich.)...1063 City of Breckenridge, McLaughlin v. Detroit & M. R. Co., Richardson v. (Mich.) 832 (Minn.)
134 Devaney v. Ancient Order of Hibernians City of Cedar Rapids, Sloan v. (Iowa). 970 Life Ins. Fund (Minn.).
316 City of Des Moines, Dunker v. (Iowa). 207 Devlin v. Le Tourneau (Minn.).
155 City of Des Moines, Walker v. (Iowa).. 51 Dickinson v. Johnson (Iowa).
407 City of Escanaba, Cogswell v. (Mich.). 519 Dietrich, Farrell v. (Neb.): ,
795 City of Flint, Berston v. (Mich.). 576 Dillenbach v. Snyder (Neb.).
527 City of Jefferson, Smith v. (Iowa). 220 Dixson v. Ladd (S. D.).
259 City of Lincoln, Norris v. (Neb.). 114 Dock, Le Seuer v. (Minn.)
593 City of Lincoln, Stocking v. (Neb.). 104 Dodge v. Gilman (Minn.).
147 City of Minden, Minden-Edison Light & Donovan v. Jordan (N. D.)..
42 Power Co. v. (Neb.).
673 Dore-Redpath Co., Stevens v. (Jinn.). 316 City of Minneapolis v. Canterbury, (Minn.) 812 Dover, Hautala v. (Mich.)...
579 City of Mt. Pleasant, Keenan v. (Mich.). ..1114 Duluth St. R. Co., State v. (Wis.).
184 City of Oconto, Robinson v. (Wis.). 125 Dunker v. Des Moines (Iowa).
207 City of Red Cloud, Nebraska Tel. Co. v. Dusold v. Chicago Great Western R. Co. (Neb.)
213 City of St. Paul, Williams v. (Minn.). 886 City of Tipton, Snouffer & Ford v. (Iowa), 97 Earl v. Jacobs (Mich.)........
. 1079 City of Virginia, Backus v. (Minn.).. .1042
Easton v. Snyder-Trimble Co.
Neb.)... City of Waseca, State v. (Minn.).
East St. Paul State Bank, Staples v. Clark v. Gustin (Mich.).
721 Clark V. P. M. Hennessey Const. Co.
Eastwood v. Coplan (S. D.). (Minn.)
249 873 384
Eastwood, Sherin v. (S. D.). Clements, Paul v. (Mich.).
176 Eastwood, Sherin v. (S. D.).
179 Cleven's Estate, In re (Iowa). 986
.1066 Cochran v. Lancaster County (Neb.).
Ebling v. Ebling (Mich.). 862
Eikhoff v. Charter Commission of City of Cogswell v. Escanaba (Mich.).
746 Cohn-Goodman Co. v. Mandelson & Gold
Eisenbach v. Eisenbach (Mich.).....
345 stein (Neb.).....
595 Coleman, Wheeler v. (Mich.).
570 Collins, Le Roy v. (Mich.).
Election Contest, Village of Alden, In re (Minn.)
15 Colonial Apartment House Co., Boyer-Van
.1038 Kuran Lumber & Coal Co. v. (Neb.).... 519 Elijah & Winne v. Mottinger (Iowa):
Ellis v. Barkley (Iowa).
203 Common Council of City of Detroit, Wojnowski v. (Mich.).
E. L. Welch Co. v. Lahart Elevator Co. 340 (Minn.)
828 Connelly v. McMahon (Minn.). .
Emberson V. Adams County (Neb.).
294 Continental Casualty Co., Ryan v. (Neb.).. 288 Endicott v. Davidson (Minn.).
805 Conway, Paxton Irr. Dist. v. (Neb.). 797
Enge, Farmers' Co-op. Elevator Co. of AtCoplan, Eastwood v. (S. D.). .
328 Coulter v. Cummings (Neb.). 109 Englert v. Dale (N. D.).
169 Court of Honor, Rosenstein y. (Minn.). 331 Ennest v. Pere Marquette R. Co. (Mich.). . 567 Cox, Wallace v. (Neb.)..
198 Cram v. Long (Wis.).
267 Everitt, Metzger, Flanders Co., Andries v. Creamery Package Mfg. Co., Virtue v.
.930, 1136 Excelsior Wrapper Co. v. Yund (Mich.).. 353 Creedon & Sons, Monarch Portland Cement Co. v. (Neb.)...
Fairmont Cement Stone Mfg. Co. v. DaviCummings, Coulter v. (Neb.).
899 Cummins v. Boyne City Tanning Co.
Falcon v. Boyer (Iowa). (Mich.)
991 Cunningham v. Big Stone and Traverse
Farmer, Stein v. (Iowa). Counties (Minn.).
802 Cunningham, Latell v., two cases (Minn.).: 141 Farmers' Co-op. Elevator Co. of Atwater
v. Enge (Minn.)... Curry, Moore v. (Mich.).
Farnsworth v. Muscatine Produce & Pure
981 Dale, Englert v. (N. D.)..... 169 Farrell v. Dietrich_(Neb.).
795 Danenberg, People v. (Mich.).
347 Farrington v. F. E. Fleming Commission Daves, Rogers v. (Wis.). 127 Co. (Neb.).
297 David City, Bell v. (Neb.). 523 Farwell v. Carpenter (Iowa).
227 Davidson, Endicott v. (Minn.). 803 Faunce v. Searles (Minn.). .
816 Davis v. Haire (Neb.).
303 F. E. Fleming Commission Co., FarringDavison, Fairmont Cement Stone Mfg. Co. ton v. (Neb.).....
297 v. (Minn.) 899 Ferris, Germaine v. (Mich.).
738 Dawson County v. Phelps County (Neb.).. 697 Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Maryland v. Dean, Blain v. (Iowa). 418 Maile (Mich.)
..1087 De La Motte, In re (Minn.). 929 Finch v. Bursheim (Winn.).
143 Demerce y. Minneapolis, St, P. & S. S. M. Finley v. Erickson (Minn.).
198 R. Co. (Minn.)...
145 'First Nat. Bank v. McIlvaine (S. D.).... 468