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CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
SUPREME COURT OF OHIO
BY LEANDER J. CRITCHFIELD
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HARVARD LAW LIDÍVAIN.
NEW SERIES.-VOL. XV
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1866,
BY ROBERT CLARKE & CO.,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the
Southern District of Ohio.
Hon. Luther Day was elected in October, 1864, for the full term of five years, commencing February 9, 1865.
† Hon. William White was appointed February 10, 1864, by the governor, in the place of Hon. Hocking H. Hunter, resigned, and in October, 1864, was elected for Judge Hunter's unexpired term.
Hon. John Welch was appointed February 23, 1865, by the governor, in the place of Hon. Rufus P. Ranney, resigned, and in October, 1865, was elected for Judge Ranney's unexpired term.
Hon. Chauncey N. Olds was appointed February 20, 1865, by the governor, in the place of Hon. William P. Richardson, resigned.
RULES OF COURT,
ADOPTED BY THE
JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT, IN THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1858, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE 601ST SECTION OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE.
RULES PECULIAR TO THE BUSINESS OF THE SUPREME COURT.
SESSIONS IN TERM.
THE regular public sessions of the Supreme Court shall be held in the Supreme Court Room, in the Capitol, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of every week during the term of the Court, commencing at ten o'clock A. M.; and only on other days of the week by special assignment, when the convenience of business may require it. And the sessions in the Consultation Room shall be between the hours of nine o'clock a. M. and six o'clock P. M.
ORDER OF BUSINESS.
The business of the General Docket shall be proceeded in as follows: 1. On the opening of court, on the first day of the stated term, the first fifty causes on the docket will be called; and, afterward, the further call of the docket will be proceeded in on the first Tuesday of each month of the term, to the extent of fifty causes more on each day, in the order in which the causes stand on the docket.
2. Any case may be submitted, however, on behalf of either or both the parties, at any time, whatever may be its place on the docket.
3. When a cause is called on the docket, and neither party appears in person, or by attorney, it shall be marked submitted, and when reached for decision, shall be disposed of as the Court shall deem fit and proper according to the state and condition of the case.
4. Causes will be taken up for decision in their order on the docket, and not otherwise, except that on motion duly filed, and for special reason a case may be taken out of its order, and assigned for hearing or decision at a particular time.