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CONTAINING ALL THE CURRENT DECISIONS OF THE
SUPREME COURTS OF MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, AND TEN-
ÇIVIL APPEALS OF TEXAS.
SEPTEMBER 4-DECEMBER 25, 1893.
With TABLE OF SOUTHWESTERN CASES in which REHEARINGS HAVE BEEN Denied.
2, Texas CIVIL APPEALS REPORTS; 85, Texas (SUPREME COURT) REPORTS.
A TABLE OF STATUTES CONSTRUED IS GIVEN
IN THE INDEX.
SUPREME COURT OF MISSOURI.
All matters in civil causes which have Rule 25. Original writs or other process is been assigned to a division shall be present. sued by either division of the court, or by ed to and heard and determined by such diany judge in vacation, shall be returnable to
vision. and disposed of by such division.
All criminal causes, and matters pertainAll motions and matters in civil
ing thereto, shall be heard and determined which have not been assigned by the court by Division Number Two. in banc to a division for final determination, (Adopted October 13, 1893.) upon the record, shall be presented to, heard and determined by Division Number One.
SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS.
12. When any clerk of civil appeals shall of civil appeals; and the clerk of this court certify to this court any question for deter- shall, upon the receipt of the briefs, issue mination, or shall send to this court any notices to the attorneys whose names apcause upon a certificate of dissent, either up- pear thereon of the day on which the queson its own motion or that of any party, tion, or cause, as the case may be, shall the certificate in either case shall be ac be set down for submission. companied by the briefs filed in the court Promulgated June 24, 1893. v.238.w.