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THE

SUPREME COURT REPORTER

VOLUME 37

PERMANENT EDITION

CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

OCTOBER TERM, 1916

WITH KEY-NUMBER ANNOTATIONS

DECEMBER, 1916 – AUGUST, 1917

ST. PAUL
WEST PUBLISHING CO

1917

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SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 1

October Term, 1916.

Order: It is ordered by the court that, and brief, is filed within the period prescribed section 4 of rule 37 of the rules of this court by law: Provided this is followed by subbe amended so as to read as follows, viz.: mitting the petition in open court on some

motion day not later than the first one which 37.

follows a period of four weeks after such CASES FROM CIRCUIT COURTS OF

filing. Notice of the date of submission APPEALS.

and copies of the petition and brief must be 4. An application for a writ of certiorari

served as required by section 3 of this rule. will be deemed in time when the petition therefor, accompanied by the printed record! Promulgated March 26, 1917.

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Order: It is ordered that General Order in | firmation of a composition, shall enter his Bankruptcy No. XXXII be amended so as to appearance in opposition thereto on the day read as follows:

when the creditors are required to show

cause, and shall file a specification in writing ΧΧΧΙΙ.

of the grounds of his opposition within ten OPPOSITION TO DISCHARGE OR COM days thereafter, unless the time shall be POSITION.

shortened or enlarged by special order of the A creditor opposing the application of a

judge. hankrupt for his discharge, or for the con- ! (Promulgated June 4, 1917.)

For other rules, see 32 Sup. Ct. V; 36 Sup. Ct. v. * For other orders, see 18 Sup. Ct. 111, 89 Fed. 111, 32 C. C. A. 111; 36 Sup. Ct. vi, 230 Fed. v, 143 C. C. A. 37 S. C.

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