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for preparing it for the printer and supervising the printing, and shall notify the party docketing the case of the amount of the estimate. If he shall not pay it within fifteen days in ordinary cases, and within three days in preference cases, after the date of such notice, the clerk shall notify the adverse party, and he may pay it. If neither party shall pay it, and for want of such payment the record shall not have been printed when a case is reached for hearing, the case may be dismissed at the discretion of the court.
[Ordered that paragraph 1 of rule 24 be amended so as to read as follows:)
1. The counsel for the plaintiff in error, appellant or petitioner shall file with the clerk of this court, at least fifteen days in ordinary cases, and in five days in preference cases, before the case is called for argument, twenty copies of a printed brief, one to be signed in handwriting by an attorney of this court, who has entered an appearance in the case. One copy of the brief shall, on application, be furnished to each of the counsel engaged upon the opposite side. [Ordered that paragraph 3 of rule 24 be amended so as to read as follows:)
3. The counsel for defendant in error, appellee or respondent shall file with the clerk of this court, at least five days before the case is called for argument in ordinary cases, and before the case is called for argument in preference cases, twenty copies of a printed brief. His brief shall be of a like character with that required of the plaintiff in error, appellant or petitioner, except that no specification of errors shall be required and no statement of the case, unless that presented by the plaintiff in error, appellant or petitioner is controverted.
(Ordered that rule 29 be amended so as to read as follows :)
A petition for a rehearing after judgment can be presented only during the term at which judgment is entered, and within twenty days after such entry, unless by special leave granted by the court, or one of the judges, and must be printed and briefly and distinctly state its grounds without argument, and be supported by certificate of counsel; and will not be granted or permitted to be argued, unless a judge who concurred in the judgment desires it, and a majority of the court so determines,
4 For rule 24, as origivally adopted, see 31 C. C. A. clxiv, 90 Fed. clxiv. o For rule 29, as amended, see 31 C. C. A. XCV, 90 Fed. xcv.