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COPYRIGHT, 1918

BY WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY

COPYRIGHT, 1919

BY WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY

COPYRIGHT, 1920

BY WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY

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AMENDMENTS TO RULES

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES :

37.

October Term, 1918 Order: It is ordered by the court that reason for denying the petition. Thirty section 3 of rule 37 of the Rules of Practice printed copies of such petition and of any of this court be amended so as to read as brief deemed necessary shall be filed. No follows:

tice of the date of submission of the petition, together with a copy of the petition and

brief, if any, in support of the same shall CASES FROM CIRCUIT COURTS OF AP- be served on counsel for the respondent at PEALS.

least two weeks before such date in all cas3. Where an application is submitted to es except where the counsel to be notified this court for a writ of certiorari to review resides west of the Rocky Mountains, in a decision of a Circuit Court of Appeals or which cases the time shall be at least three any other court, it shall be necessary for the weeks. The brief for the respondent, if any, petitioner to furnish as an exhibit to the shall be filed at least three days before the petition a certified copy of the entire tran- date fixed for the submission of the petition. script of record of the case, including the Oral arguments will not be permitted on proceedings in the court to which the writ such petitions, but they may be submitted in of certiorari is asked to be directed. The open court by counsel or by the clerk on re petition shall contain only a summary and quest of counsel, and no petition will be reshort statement of the matter involved and ceived within three days next before the the general reasons relied on for the allow- day fixed upon for the adjournment of the ance of the writ. A failure to comply with court for the term. this provision will be deemed a sufficient Promulgated November 4, 1918. "For other rules, see 32 Sup. Ct. v; 36 Sup. Ct. v; 37 Sup. Ct. iii; 38 Sup. Ct. iii.

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ALLOTMENT OF THE JUSTICES

OF THE

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

FIRST CIRCUIT.

Comprising Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. JUSTICE OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, of Massachusetts. Appointed December 4, 1902, by President Roosevelt.

SECOND CIRCUIT.

Comprising Connecticut, New York, and Vermont.

JUSTICE LOUIS D. BRANDEIS, of Massachusetts. Appointed June 1, 1916, by
President Wilson.

THIRD CIRCUIT.

Comprising Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
JUSTICE MAHLON PITNEY, of New Jersey. Appointed March 13, 1912, by
President Taft.

FOURTH CIRCUIT.

Comprising Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and
West Virginia.

JUSTICE EDWARD D. WHITE, of Louisiana. Appointed February 19, 1894,
by President Cleveland; appointed Chief Justice December 12, 1910, by
President Taft.

FIFTH CIRCUIT.

Comprising Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Teras.
JUSTICE JAMES C. MCREYNOLDS, of Tennessee. Appointed August 29, 1914,
by President Wilson.

SIXTH CIRCUIT.

Comprising Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.

JUSTICE WILLIAM R. DAY, of Ohio. Appointed February 25, 1903, by Presi
dent Roosevelt.

SEVENTH CIRCUIT.

Comprising Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.

JUSTICE JOHN H. CLARKE, of Ohio. Appointed July 24, 1916, by President
Wilson.

EIGHTH CIRCUIT.

Comprising Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne-
braska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota,
Utah, and Wyoming.

JUSTICE WILLIS VAN DEVANTER, of Wyoming. Appointed December 16,
1910, by President Taft.

NINTH CIRCUIT.

Comprising Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada,
Oregon, and Washington.

JUSTICE JOSEPH MCKENNA, of California. Appointed January 21, 1898, by
President McKinley.

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