A Manual of Practice in the Courts of the United States: Embracing the Provisions of the Constitution, the Revised Statutes, and Amendments Thereto Relating to Federal Courts, Together with the Rules Promulgated by the Supreme Court of the United States

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Bancroft-Whitney Company, 1893

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When land lies in different districts
29
Process where returnable
30
Personal rights
31
Place of trial
38
Recognizance of witnesses at the hearing of charges in criminal cases
39
Appeal
43
Jury trial criminal 8 Trial by jury civil 9 Bail fines
45
Equal protection of the laws
46
Judges 12 Supreme law of the land
49
CHAPTER II
53
Trial of issues of fact
58
Jurisdiction in cases transferred from territorial courts
59
Commissioners to administer oaths to appraisers
60
Circuit court powers of certain district courts abolished
61
Exclusive cognizance of crimes
86
Suits in what district brought
87
Suits by assignees
88
Citizenship of national banking associations
89
Not to accept certain cases
90
No appellate jurisdiction
91
to answer
114
Terms of district courts
120
Terms of circuit courts
121
Effect of altering terms
122
Change of terms
123
124 Courts always open for certain purposes
124
District court open for admiralty of Florida
125
Terms in Kentucky and Indiana
126
Causes not discontinued by new term
127
Adjourned terms
128
Offenses punishable by death
129
Special terms
130
TennesseeWhen circuit judges may act as district judges
131
AdjournmentNonattendance of the judge
132
Alabama California and other States
133
Kentucky and Indiana
134
Intermediate terms
135
Business certified to circuit court in case of disability of district judge
136
Suits brought in district cou after order to certify to circuit court
137
Powers of district judge vested during disability in circuit judge 139 Preparatory examinations and orders in admiralty cases by district clerk
139
District judge designated to perform duties of disabled judge
140
Designation of judge in case of accumulation of business
141
Offenses on the high seas 34 Offenses begun in one district and completed in another 35 Offenses punishable wlth death where tried 36 Offenses o...
142
Revocation and new appointment
143
CHAPTER III
144
Designation of district judge when public interest requires
145
Expenses by district judge designated to southern district of New York
146
Of district judges in Florida
147
Of judges of northern and southern district of New York
148
Salaries of district judges
149
May be paid monthly 43 Clerks 44 In States enumerated
150
Continuance by vacancy in office of district judge
151
Vacancy in office of district judge
152
Recognizances to a certain term in southern district of New York
153
Deputy clerks
154
Special sessions for criminal trials near the place of the offense
155
Adjourned terms Missouri
156
California Oregon and Nevada special sessions
157
Kentucky and Indiana special terms
158
Mississippi special terms
159
Tennessee special terms
160
Compensation of deputy clerks 47 Records where kept
161
Indices to records
162
Special terms general rule
163
Special term business transacted
164
CHAPTER IV
165
When a Territory becomes a State after judgment or decree
217
rights acts
231
Jurisdiction concurrent with court of claims
233
Mandamus to compel performance of duty by carrier 56 Seizure for forfeiture 57 Prize causes after appeal
235
JUDICIAL CIRCUITS
238
Circuits
239
CHAPTER VI
240
Circuit judges 66 Additional circuit judge
241
Circuit courts where established 68 Circuit courts by whom to be held
243
Judges may be directed to sit together 70 Justices of Supreme Court to attend once in every two years 71 Judges of circuit courts may sit apart
244
Circuit courts held at same time in different districts 73 Criminal terms in the southern district of New York how held 74 When district judges may s...
245
When suits transferred from one circuit to another
246
Causes certified back
247
Justices may hold courts of other circuits on request 78 When no justice is allotted to a circuit
248
Clerks
249
Deputy clerks
250
Compensation of deputy clerks 82 Commissioners
252
Officers forbidden to practice as attorneys
253
CHAPTER VII
254
PROCEDURE
280
Fees to be taxed 292 Attorneys solicitors and proctors
292
Fees in revenue cases
293
Fees on bonds when not allowed
294
Fees for defense of revenue officers
295
Clerks fees
296
Marshals fees
297
Services rendered on account of United States
298
Courts always open for certain purposes
299
Marshal of the Supreme Court of the United States
300
CHAPTER VIII
301
What is to be included in the semiannual returns 303 Compensation of district attorney
303
District attorney of southern district of New York
304
District attorney and marshal in Oregon and Nevada
305
Prosecution of fraude on the revenue
306
Compensation retained by a clerk
307
Clerks in California Oregon and Nevada
308
Compensation of marshal
309
Additional compensation in prize causes
310
Mileage
311
Mileage attorneys marshals and clerks
312
Mileage jurors and witnesses
313
Allowances for each year made from the fees thereof
314
Payment of surplus fees into the treasury
315
Auditing of accounts of district attorney
316
Attorney in District of Columbia
317
Accounts to be certified to by district judge
318
Accounts for costs of clerks
319
Clerk failing to report to be removed
320
Additional punishment
321
Commissioners fees
322
Witnesses fees
323
Payment of jurors and witnesses
332
Fees of district attorneys
333
FeesHow recorded
334
Suits by poor persons costs and counsel
335
Affidavit of poverty
336
Process to issue
337
territorial court
363
Body of the party to be produced
366
Day for leaving
367
Denial of return
368
Summary hearingDisposition of party
369
In cases involving the law of nations
370
Appeals to circuit court
371
Appeal to Supreme Court
372
Appeals how taken
373
Pending proceedingsAction by State authority
374
No witness excluded on account of color or interest
375
Defendants in criminal cases competent witnesses
376
Testimony of witnesses before Congress not admissible against them in criminal prosecutions
377
Pleadings disclosures etc not to be used in criminal proceed ings
378
Mode of proof in commonlaw actions 380 Mode of proof in equity and admiralty causes
380
Notaries may take depositions acknowledgments
381
Depositions de bene esse
382
Mode of taking depositions de bene esse
383
Transmission to the court of depositions de bene esse
384
Depositions under a dedimus potestatem and in perpetuam
385
Depositions in perpetuam etc admissible at discretion of the court
386
Depositions under a dedimus potestatem how taken
387
Subpoena duces tecum under dedimus potestatem
388
Witness under a dedimus potestatem when required to attend
389
Depositions in District of Columbia in suits pending elsewhere
390
Same subjectWhen no commission nor notice
391
Same subjectManner of taking and transmitting the deposi tions
392
Same subjectWitness fees
393
Letters rogatory from United States courts
394
Letters rogatory from foreign courts
395
Subpoenas for witnesses to run into another district
396
Witnesses form of subpoenaAttendance under
397
Witnesses on behalf of indigent defendants in criminal cases
398
VermontRecognizance of witnesses how taken
400
Recognizance of witnesses required at any time on application of district attorney
401
Copies of department records and pap
402
Copies of records etc in office of the solicitor of the treasury
403
Instruments and papers of comptroller of the currency
404
Organization certificates of national banks
405
Transcripts from books etc of the treasury in suits against delin quents
406
Transcripts from books of the treasury in indictments for embez zlement of public moneys
407
Copies of returns in returns office
408
Copies of postoffice records and auditors statement of ac counts
409
Copies of statements of demands by postoffice department
410
Copies of records etc of general landoffice
411
Copies of records etc of patent office
412
Copies of foreign letterspatent
413
Printed copies of specifications and drawings of patents
414
Extracts from the journals of Congress
415
Copies of records etc in cffices of United States consuls
416
Certain books and papers in offices of district and circuit courts in Texas Florida Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa and Kansas
417
Transcribed records in the clerks offices of western district of North Carolina
418
When original records are lost or destroyed
419
Same subject
420
Lost record of cause
421
Records of United States ccurtsNotice
422
Force and effect of papers restore
423
Same subject
424
Authentication of legislative acts and proof of judicial proceed ings of States
425
Proof of records etc kept in offices not pertaining to courts
426
427 Copies of foreign records etc relating to land titles in the United States
427
Printed copies of statutes to be evidence
429
Revised Statutes
430
Burden of proof when it lies on claimant in seizure cases
431
Possessory actions for recovery of mining titles 432 a Supplement to Revised Statutes as evidence
432
Sealing and testing of writs
433
Teste of process day
434
Mesne process and proceedings in equity and admiralty
435
Practice and proceedings in other than equity and admiralty cases
436
Attachments
437
Executions in commonlaw causes 439 Power of the Supreme Court to regulate the practice of circuit and district courts
438
Practice in the several courts to be regulated by their own rules
440
Suits for duties imposts taxes penalties or forfeitures
441
Publication of attachment
451
Persons having property of defendants to account for itSales voidPersonal notice
452
Discharge of attachment bond
453
Accrued rights not to be abridged
454
Attachments dissolved in conformity with state laws
455
Aljournment in absence of the judges
456
CHAPTER X
457
Issue tendered when garnishee denies indebtedness
458
Garnishee failing to appear
459
Bailing of property seized under customs laws
460
Sale after condemnation
461
In cases of seizure bailing of property in vacation
462
Delivery bond in admiralty proceedings
463
Special bail required in suit for duties and penalties
464
When defendant giving bail in one district is committed in another
465
Allowing prisoners to escape
466
Application of preceding section
467
Interested parties may testify 648 Appeals and writs of errorProcedure
468
Defendant held until judgment in the first suit 469 Bail and affidavits may be taken by commissioners of circuit courts
469
Calling of bail in Kentucky
470
When clerks may take bail de bene esse
471
Amendment of process
472
Priority of cases in which a state is a party
473
SUPREME COURTORGANIZATION 189 Number of justices 190 Precedence of the associate justices 191 Vacancy in the office of chief justice 1...
474
Suits of United States against individuals what credits allowed
475
Marshal of the Supreme Court 197 Duties of the reporter
476
Reporters salary and price of reports
477
CHAPTER XII
478
Death of parties
479
CHAPTER XIII
480
FED PROC
481
Delinquents for public moneyJudgment at return term unless
482
Suits under postal lawsJudgment at return term unless
483
Suits on debenturesJudgment at return term unless
484
Suits on bonds for recovery of dutiesJudgment at return term unless
485
Judgment for sum due in equity on bonds
486
Judgment for duties etc to state that it is to be collected in coin
487
Interest on bonds for duties
488
Interest on balances due rostoffice department
489
Interest on debentures
490
Interest on judgments
491
JudgmentsLien and record of 433 Record in Louisiana 494 Effect of judgments in California
494
When judgments of United States courts cease to be liens
495
When plaintiff or petitioner recovers in a circuit court less than certain amounts he recovers no costs
496
Cases under revenue laws collectors
497
Compromises
498
Remission of fines
499
Discontinuances
500
Continuances
501
Copyright suits full costs allowed
505
Costs not recoverable in certain suits for infringement of patent unless disclaimer entered
506
When costs of prosecution to be paid by defendant
507
When costs are recovered by defendant in a prosecution
508
Costs when several actions are brought against parties who might be joined in
510
Allowance of costs in libels against vessels and cargo
511
Claimants costs to be paid before possession when
512
When district attorney is entitled to but one bill of costs for sev eral prosecutions
513
Taxation of fees of witnesses before a commissioner
514
Attorney liable for costs vexatiously increased by
515
Bill of costs how taxed
516
Bill of costs to be sworn to before taxed or allowed
517
Executions to run in all the districts of a State
518
Executions stayed on conditions
520
When judgment debtor entitled to a continuance of one term
521
Execution not to issue against officers of revenue in cases of prob able cause
522
Imprisonment for debt
523
Discharge from arrest or imprisonment on mesne or final process
524
Privileges of jaillimits
525
Goods taken on a fieri facias how appraised
526
Death of marshal after levy or after sale 528 Moneys paid into court where and how deposited
528
How moneys deposited to be withdrawn
529
Removal of causes by writ of error
530
Citation
531
CitationSupreme Court
532
Bond in error and on appeal
533
No bond required of United States
534
Writs of crror to district courts acting as circuit courts
535
Writs of error to State courts manner of issue 537 Writs of error returnable to the Supreme Court how issued
537
Amendment of writ of error
538
Amendment in prize appeals
539
CHAPTER XIV
540
Writs of error and appeals to Supreme Court time for taking
541
Judges prohibited from practicing law 228 Judges resigning entitled in certain cases to salary for life
542
Criers of the courtsAttendants on juries 230 Property in hands of receiver
543
That every receiver may be sued without previous leave of court
544
Appeals from circuit courts to Supreme Court
545
Where both parties appeal to the Supreme Court one record sufficient
546
Issue of searchwarrants 233 Warrant to custom officers 234 Warrant to revenue officers 235 Mandamus 236 Power to issue writs
547
Bail shall be admitted in cases not capitalBy whom
548
Writs of ne exeat
549
Temporary restraining orders 239 Injunctions
550
Surrender of criminals by their bail
551
Injunction to stay proceedings in State courts
552
When penalty of recognizances may be remitted
553
Indictments and presentments to be by at least twelve grand jurors
554
Offenses against the elective franchise how prosecuted
555
Form of indictment for perjury
556
Laws of the States rules of decision
557
Indictments for subornation of perjury
558
Matters set forth in prosecutions for perjury before a naval court martial
559
Charges which may be joined in one indictment shall be so joined
560
Proceedings civil and criminal in vindication of civil rights 243 When suits in equity may be maintained
561
Judgment on demurrer to an indictment
562
When several indictments against the same persons one writ suf ficient
563
Copy of writ to be jailers authority original returned
564
Writ for removal of a prisoner from one district to another
565
Power to order production of books and writings in actions at
566
When peremptory challenges exceed the number allowed by law
567
Prisoner standing mute
568
Power to impose oaths and punish contempts
569
Persons indicted for capital crimes entitled to counsel and to com pel witnesses
570
Verdict of less offense than charged
571
Occupants of lands Remedies for improvements
572
New trials 218 Power to hold to security for the peace and good behavior
573
Power to enforce awards of foreign consuls etc in certain cases 250 Proceedings to enjoin comptroller of the currency 251 Suits where brought
574
All capital cases remitted from district to circuit courts
575
When a capital case is carried to the Supreme Court execution postponed
576
Judgments for fines how collected
577
Poor convicts sentenced and imprisoned for fines
578
For offenses against navigation laws
579
Complaint and answer
580
Amendments and adjournments
581
Challenges to jurors
582
CHAPTER XV
583
Restriction on appointment of 257 Clerk not to be receiver or master 258 Extra compensation 259 Residence of officers
584
District attorneys and marshals 261 Term and oath of district attorneys 262 Salaries of district attorneys
585
Duties of district attorneys 264 Statement of suits 265 Returns of district attorneys to treasury
586
Returns of to commissioner of internal reven 267 Report by district attorney
587
Marshals terms 269 Deputy marshals 270 Marshals salaries
588
Time allowed for extradition
589
Oath of marshals 272 Marshals bond 273 Returns to the solicitor of the treasury
590
Returns postoffice department 275 Vacancies how filled
591
Suits on marshals bondcosts 277 Marshals bond to remain after judgment 278 Limitation of bonds
592
Penalty for opposing agents
593
Duties of marshals 280 Powers of marshals
594
In case of death 282 May execute process in their hands when removed
595
Oath of clerks
596
Clerks bond
597
Clerks and marshals when to give increased bond 286 Bond of deputy clerks 287 List of judgments
598
Account of payments 289 Oaths 290 Powers and duties of officers
599
No officer of court to have witness fees 325 Expenses of clerks as witnesses 326 Seamen sent home as witnesses
601
Fees of grand and petit jurors 328 Mileage in Pacific States 329 Printers fees 330 Meaning of folio 331 Cost of printing records taxed
602
Marshals to make provisions for their safekeeping
603
United States convicts in State penitentiaries
604
Selection of penitentiary in a divided district
605
Sentences for longer term than a year where to be executed
606
Penitentiary sentences where to be executed
607
Deduction from term of imprisonment for good conduct
608
To what prisoners to apply
609
Convicts to have five days per month deducted for good conduct
610
To be provided with clothes and money on their discharge
611
Actual reasonable cost of subsisting prisoners to be paid
612
Designation of penitentiary by attorneygeneral
613
Attorneygeneral to contract for subsistence
614
Court may order sentence executed in house of correction 616 Confinement of juvenile offenders
616
Attorneygeneral to contract for their subsistence
617
Removal of prisoners in case of contagion or epidemic
618
Extradition of criminals
619
Capital offenses
620
Offenses not capital
621
Fleeing from justice
622
Crimes under the revenue
623
Penalties and forfeitures under laws of the United States
624
Under customs revenue
625
Judges
627
Seal
628
629 Courtrooms etc how provided 630 SessionsQuorum
630
Officers of the court
631
Salaries of clerks bailiff and messenger
632
Clerks bond
633
Contingent fuud
634
Reports to Congress copies for departments
635
Members of Congress not to practice in the court
636
JurisdictionSuits against governmentProviso War and rejected excepted
637
Setoffs counterclaims etc ProvisoLimitation
638
District and circuit courts to have concurrent jurisdiction with court of claimsLimit
639
Petitions for release from official bond JudgmentLimitation 641 Attorneygeneral to represent United States
641
Payment discharge of obligation
642
Assignment of counselCosts on judgment
649
Report to Congress
650
CHAPTER XVII
651
Claims referred by departments 652 Claims referred under Bowman ActJudgment
652
Reference of claims pending in Congress Report to Congress
653
Costs
654
Qualifications 344 Juries interchangeable 345 Jurors how apportioned
655
Venire how issued and served 347 Talesmen for petit juries
656
Special juries 349 Number of grand jurors
657
Foreman of grand jury 351 Grand juries when summoned 352 Discharge of grand juries
658
Jurors not to be summoned oftener than once in two years
659
Challenges
660
Challenges in summary trials
661
Grand and petit jurors 358 Rules in particular states
662
Procedure in cases transmitted by departments
663
Judgments in cases transmitted by departments how paid
664
Judgments and claims subject to offsets
665
Claims growing out of treaties 667 Claims pending in other courts 668 Aliens 669 Limitations 670 Rules of practiceContempts 671 Oaths and ack...
666

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Страница 284 - States are plaintiffs or petitioners, or in which there shall be a controversy between citizens of different States, in which the matter in dispute exceeds, exclusive of interest and costs, the sum or value aforesaid, or a controversy between citizens of the same State claiming lands under grants of different States, or a controversy between citizens of a State and foreign states, citizens, or subjects...
Страница 336 - And when in any suit mentioned in this section there shall be a controversy which is wholly between citizens of different states, and which can be fully determined as between them, then either one or more of the defendants actually interested in such controversy may remove said suit into the circuit court of the United States for the proper district.
Страница 352 - When any civil suit or criminal prosecution is commenced in any state court, for any cause whatsoever, against any person who is denied or cannot enforce in the judicial tribunals of the State, or in the part of the State where such suit or prosecution is pending, any right secured to him by any law providing for the equal civil rights of citizens of the United States...
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