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WITH TABLE OF CASES IN THE UNITED TES CII Cc TS OF APPEALS IN WHICH
REHEARINGS HAVE BEEN GRANTED OR DENIED
LAWYERS' CO-OPERATIVE PUBLISHING CO.
AMENDMENTS TO RULES.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS.
(Paragraphs 5, 6, and 7 of rule 3 were amended November 21, 1898, so as to read as follows:)
At other than calendar sessions the court, on motion, will also hear appeals from interlocutory orders granting or refusing preliminary injunctions, appeals, or writs of error in any cause given priority by the statutes of the United States, and 'appeals from orders in habeas corpus proceedings where the petitioner is in jail, provided that the record has been printed and the brief of the moving party and due notice of the motion have been filed with opposing counsel at least six days before the opening day of the session.
Appeals in habeas corpus or criminal cases when the petitioner or appellant is in jail will be heard at any time when the court is in session after the record has been printed and the brief for the petitioner has been filed with opposing counsel six days before the day set for the hearing of the motion.
At other than calendar sessions, the court will also hear all motions and miscellaneous business, and will announce opinions. For good cause shown, on motion of either party, the court may advance any cause upon the docket to be heard at any session, whether calendar or otherwise, even though the time permitted under the rules for the filing of briefs may not have expired at the day set for hearing. Such motions for the advancements of causes will be heard only by the court upon five days' previous notice to opposing counsel.
(Rule 7 was amended November 21, 1898, so as to read as follows:]
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS.
All attorneys and counselors permitted to practice in the supreme court of the United States, or in any circuit court of the United States, shall become attorneys and counselors in this court on taking
1 For rule 3, as amended, see 31 C. C. A. xcviii., 90 Fed. xcviii. 2 For rule 7, as amended October 2, 1894, see 31 C. C. A. xcix., 90 Fed. xcix. 36 C.C.A.