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COPYRIGHT 1918.

BY THOMAS HALL, SECRETARY OF STATE

FOR THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

AUG 2 1918

OFFICERS OF THE COURT DURING THE PERIOD OF

THESE REPORTS.

Hon. ANDREW A. BRUCE, Chief Justice.
Hon. A. M. CHRISTIANSON, Judge.
Hon. LUTHER E. BIRDZELL, Judge.
Hon. RICHARD H. GRACE, Judge.

Hon. James E. ROBINSON, Judge.

H. A. LIBBY, Reporter.
J. H. Newton, Clerk.

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PRESENT JUDGES OF THE DISTRICT COURTS.

District No. One, Hon. CHARLES M. COOLEY.

District No. Three, Hon. A. T. COLE.

District No. Five, Hon. J. A. COFFEY.

District No. Seven, HON. W. J. KNEESHAW.

District No. Nine, Hon. A. G. BURR.

District No. Eleven, Hon. FRANK FISK.

District No. Two, HON. CHARLES W. BUTTZ,

District No. Four, Hon. FRANK P. ALLEN.

District No. Six, Hon. W. L. NUESSLE.

District No. Eight, Hon. K. E. LEIGHTON.

District No. Ten, Hon. W. C. CRAWFORD.

District No. Twelve, HON. JAMES M. HANLEY.

OFFICERS OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION.

Hon. FRED T. CUTHBERT, President, Devils Lake, N. D.
Hon. T. D. CASEY, Vice President, Dickinson, N. D.
Hox. Oscar J. SILER, Secretary and Treasurer, Jamestown, N. D.

CONSTITUTION OF NORTH DAKOTA.

SEC. 101. Where a judgment or decree is reversed or confirmed by the Supreme Court, every point fairly arising upon the record of the case shall be considered and decided, and the reason therefor shall be concisely stated in writing, signed by the judges concurring, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, and preserved with a record of the case. Any judge dissenting therefrom may give the reasons for his dissent in writing over his signature.

SEC. 102. It shall be the duty of the court to prepare a syllabus of the points adjudicated in each case, which shall be concurred in by a majority of the judges thereof, and it shall be prefixed to the published reports of the case.

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