A Treatise on Federal Practice, Civil and Criminal: Including Practice in Bankruptcy, Admiralty, Patent Cases, Foreclosure of Railway Mortgages, Suits Upon Claims Against the United States, Proceedings Before the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Trade Commission, Equity Pleading and Practice, Receivers and Injunctions in the State Courts, Volumen3

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457a Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to issue writs of mandamus
2259
457d Mandamus under the interstate commerce laws
2266
Writs of certiorari
2285
Writs of habeas corpus In general
2291
461f Habeas corpus to protect those acting under authority
2298
S40 CO 462 Habeas corpus to review proceedings for extradition
2306
Habeas corpus for immigrants and to review orders for
2312
Discharge of soldiers from the army by the writ of habeas
2340
Appeals in habeas corpus proceedings
2360
The writ of quo warranto In general
2368
468b Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to review decisions in pro
2377
Attachment of property
2385
Arrests
2397
Right to trial by jury
2404
473c Effect of state statutes on procedure at a jury trial
2412
473f Election by plaintiff
2418
473j Charge to jury
2425
473k Verdicts
2431
References
2442
Rules of decision at common law
2448
477a Common law of the United States
2455
477b The effect of decisions of State courts establishing Rules
2459
477d Notice of lis pendens
2471
Bills of exceptions
2494
Correction of judgments by courts that rendered them
2508
Condemnation proceedings
2515
CHAPTER XXXI
2526
483c Criminal jurisdiction over land ceded by the states or reserved
2533
forces
2541
483h Criminal jurisdiction of national park commissioners
2549
Search warrants In general
2557
487a Search warrants under the national prohibition
2570
487c Return of books papers and property unlawfully seized
2576
Extradition to foreign countries
2593
490d Custody and protection of persons extradited from foreign
2600
Extradition fron one State to another
2602
Summons in criminal cases
2608
Bail
2614
493a Presentments
2626
Captions of indictments
2632
497a Pleading matters of inducement and collateral matters
2641
497f Pleading documents in indictments
2647
499a Margin of indictments
2653
Joinder of counts
2659
506a Indictments for fraudulent use of the mails
2679
506c Indictments for conspiracy
2685
506e Indictments for conspiracy to restrain or monopolize inter
2697
506g Indictments under the White Slave Traffic Act
2703
506k Indictments under the tobacco laws
2709
Indictments for the offense of receiving smuggled opium
2715
506r Indictments for perjury and for subornation and for false
2722
Indictments for personation of an officer of the United States
2731
Proceedings of grand jury
2745
Challenges to grand jurors
2751
Demurrers to indictments
2757
Plea of nolo contendere
2765
520a Pleas of statutes of limitations
2777
522c The right to confrontation
2783
522f Statutory presumptions in criminal cases
2789
523i Evidence of identity
2804
523m Evidence in prosecutions for conspiracy
2806
List of jurors and witnesses
2812
525b Place of trial of offenses begun in one district and completed
2818
Challenges to petit jurors
2825
Trials in criminal cases
2833
527b Charges in criminal cases
2841
527d Requests for instructions to the jury
2849
Sentence and judgment in criminal cases
2856
534b Capital punishment
2865
534e Commutation of term of imprisonment
2871
Separable controversies
2930
541a Separable controversies in suits for accountings
2941
54le Separable controversies in stockholders suits
2947
543a Extensions of time as affecting right of removal
2965
543g Change of venue affecting time of removal
2972
544a Notice of application for removal
2980
545a Second petition for removal
2993
Bond
3000
Removal for prejudice or local influence
3008
Removal of proceedings against officers and soldiers of
3025
Removal of cases where the defense depends upon the Civil
3033
Proceedings in the State court after removal
3041
Proceedings in Federal court after removal
3052
555a Pleading to a petition or removal
3059
555d Effect of removal upon previous proceedings in the State
3067
555j Injunctions to stay proceedings in a State court after a
3073
556a Waiver of right to a remand
3084
556c Costs upon remand
3090
Proceedings after remand
3098
560b Liens enforceable in admiralty
3105
560c Jurisdiction of admiralty over torts
3116
560e Jurisdiction of admiralty over death claims
3122
560i Jurisdiction over controversies between foreigners
3128
561a Joinder of causes of action in libel
3134
Process in
3140
Process in personam
3148
568a Opening of default in admiralty
3154
Laches in admiralty
3167
580a Security by cross libelant
3172
582a Trial by jury in admiralty
3178
Final decree
3184
Priorities
3192
592a Further proof on appeal in admiralty
3204
3153
3211
593a Vessels in respect to which limitation of liability may
3214
Surrender to secure limitation of liability
3222
Answer in proceedings for the limitation of liability
3230
Proceedings in prize causes S
3239
The Pure Food and Drugs Act
3250
608a Jurisdiction of courts of bankruptcy over attorneys
3263
Jurisdiction of courts of bankruptcy over plenary suits
3268
Extraterritorial jurisdiction of courts of bankruptcy
3274
proceedings
3280
Practice in bankruptcy proceedings In general
3291
617a Bankruptcy of unincorporated associations
3299
Creditors who may petition for involuntary bankruptcy
3307
Acts of bankruptcy
3313
General assignments for the benefit of creditors as acts
3322
627a Schedules
3333
Process and notices to creditorg
3339
Arrest of bankrupt
3347
Summary orders for the payment of money or delivery
3363
Dismissal of petitions
3373
637a Setting aside an adjudication in bankruptcy
3381
638a Examination of bankrupt
3398
Evidence in bankruptcy
3405
Qualification of trustees
3415
Proof and allowance of claims
9
Time for proof of claims
11
Setoffs and counterclaims
23
Priorities and liens
31
649a Reclamations
34
Exemption of bankrupt from arrest
13
Reopening estates in bankruptcy
17
Grounds for refusing discharge
39
Obligations released by discharge
47
Costs and fees
53
Referees fees
59
Review by Circuit Courts of Appeals
77
Practice on appeals in bankruptcy
85

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