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RUSSELL S. TAFT, CHIEF JUDGE.
ASSISTANT JUDGES. JOHN W. ROWELL.
HENRY R. START. JAMES M. TYLER.
JOHN HENRY WATSON. LOVELAND MUNSON.
WENDELL P. STAFFORD.
COURT OF APPEALS OF MARYLAND.
ADDITIONAL RULE OF COURT. order, decree or judgment, but will treat
every such appeal as prematurely taken, and Ordered, by the court of appeals of Mary, will dismiss the same whenever it appears, land, this fourteenth day of June, A. D. 1901, on the face of the record or otherwise, that that this court will not entertain or consider the appeal is from such pro forma order, deany appeal hereafter taken from a pro forma cree or judgment.
SUPREME COURT OF RHODE ISLAND.
ORDERS OF THE COURT. and Providence Plantations, in session at
Providence, to regulate the practice in acRelative to Striking Cases from Dockets.
tions and proceedings at law and in equity (Adopted June 8, 1900.)
in said court, in its respective divisions, all Rule 45 is amended so as to read as fol- other rules theretofore existing being relows: "From time to time actions, suits, or scinded: proceedings may be stricken from the docket of either division of the court without
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS. costs and without prejudice to the rights of 1. Any person desiring to be admitted to any party thereto, in accordance with the the bar may file his petition in the clerk's provisions of Gen. Laws, C. 236, § 2. Any office of the appellate division of the suaction, suit, or proceeding so stricken from preme court in the county of Providence, setthe docket may, upon application made at ting forth: any time within a year and for cause shown, First. That he is a citizen of the United be reinstated upon such terms and condi- States, or has filed his declaration of intentions as the court may think proper to im- tion to become a citizen; that he resides in pose.
this state; that he is over twenty-one years
of age; and that he intends, if admitted, Relative to Closing of Clerk's Office.
to practice law in this state. (Adopted October 22, 1900.)
Secondly. Either that he has received a The clerks' offices will close hereafter at classical education and has studied law two 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays, or upon the ad- years in the office of an attorney and counjournment of their respective divisions after selor at law, or two years in some law that time.
school in the country and the office of an at.
torney and counselor, six months of which Relative to Withdrawal of Attorneys.
time of study, at least, shall in all cases
have been in the office of an attorney and (Adopted February 5, 1901.)
counselor in this state; No attorney appearing for a defendant in
Or, that, not having received a classical a criminal case shall be allowed to withdraw education, he has studied law three years in without the consent of the court; and no at the office of an attorney and counselor at torney of record in a civil case shall be al- law, or three years in some law school in lowed to withdraw therefrom while the case the country and the office of an attorney stands assigned for trial without seasonable and counselor, six months of which time of notice to the party whom he represents of study, at least, shall have been in the office his intention to withdraw therefrom, and of an attorney and counselor in this state; the consent of the court.
Or, that, having been admitted to the bar in some one of the United States, he has
practiced law therein for more than three RULES OF PRACTICE.
years and has studied law in the office of an The following rules were, on the 1st day attorney and counselor in this state for the of January, A. D. 1901, adopted by the su- term of six months; preme court of the state of Rhode Island Or, that, having been admitted to the bar 50 A.