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OF

CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED

IN THE

SUPREME COURT OF OHIO

REPORTED BY

EMILIUS O. RANDALL

SUPREME COURT REPORTER

NEW SERIES
VOLUME LXXV

CINCINNATI, OHIO
THE W. H. ANDERSON COMPANY,

PUBLISHERS

1907.

Copyright, 1907
By E. O. RANDALL, FOR THE STATE OF OHIO

JUN 26 1997

(11)

JUDGES OF THE

SUPREME COURT OF OHIO

For the time commencing February 9, 1907, and ending

December 31, 1908

Hon. JOHN A. SHAUCK, Chief JUSTICE
Hon. JAMES L. PRICE
Hon. WILLIAM B. CREW
HON. AUGUSTUS N. SUMMERS JUDGES
Hon. WILLIAM T. SPEAR
Hon. WILLIAM Z. DAVIS

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Hon. WADE H. ELLIS

CLERK

LAWSON E. EMERSON

MARSHAL AND LAW LIBRARIAN

E. HOWARD GILKEY

REPORTER
E. O. RANDALL

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AMENDMENTS TO THE RULES OF PRACTICE OF THE SUPREME

COURT

AS ADOPTED BY THE COURT FEBRUARY 21, 1907.

The last clause of Section 5 of Rule II. is amended to read:

Proceedings in error to reverse, vacate or modify a conviction of either a felony or misdemeanor, will be advanced by the Court without motion on the allowance of the filing of the petition in error.

This rule as amended to be in force on and after April 1, 1907.

RULE XV.

IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

A motion for leave to file a petition in error in a criminal cause, with the transcripts, containing marginal references, together with the assignments of error, shall be filed with the Clerk at least five days before the same shall stand for hearing, unless for good cause shown in any case, the Court otherwise order; and the proposed petition in error shall be submitted with the motion.

This rule as amended to be in force on and after April 1, 1907.

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