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CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
SUPREME COURT OF OHIO
GEORGE B. OKEY
ROBERT CLARKE & CO.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1888, BY GEORGE B. OKEY, FOR THE STATE OF OHIO,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
When a cause on the general docket is argued orally, the time allowed for each side shall not exceed one hour, unless, for special reasons to be adduced before the argument commences, the court shall extend the time.
A syllabus of the points decided by the court in each cause shall be stated in writing by the judge assigned to deliver the opinion of the court, which shall be confined to the points of law arising from the facts of the cause, that have been determined by the court. And the syllabus shall be submitted to the judges concurring therein, for revisal, before publication thereof; and it shall be inserted in the book of reports, without alteration, unless by consent of the judges coucurring therein. [This rule has been in force since 1858.-REPORTER.]