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suits for violation of, § 301, 302, 303.

form of proceedings against vessel, for violation of, p. 503 to 511.
NECESSARIES,

what are, § 268.

no lien for when furnished to a domestic vessel, § 268, 272.

doctrine criticised, § 272, 313.
NEW ALLEGATIONS, § 483 to 485.



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NON-MARITIME,

contracts, §214 a.
NORTHERN DISTRICT,
district court — rules qf.

admiralty rules of supreme court are rules of practice in, Rule 1, p. 463.
answer, copy of, to be served when. Rule 17, p. 466.

interrogatories propounded at close of, to be answered when. Rule 23,

p. 468.
exceptions to, how taken and disposed of. Rule 25, p. 468.

must be filed when, practice on. Rule 26, p. 468.
in collision causes, to state what, Add. Rule 6, p. 471.
effect of failure to make such statement. Add. Rule 6, p. 471.
appeal, to circuit court, must be interposed when, Rule 28, p. 469.

when right of, is allowed, no final process to issue before expira-
tion of ten days, etc.. Rule 28, p. 469.
bank of deposit, what designated as, Rule 6, p. 464.
circuit court, appeal to, must be interposed when. Rule 28, p. 469.
clerk, duty of, to reject papers not in conformity witli Rule 6, Rule 6, p. 464.
when to send copy of decree to proctor. Rule 18, p. 466.
fees of, for such service, who responsible for, Rule 18, p. 466.
ofiice of, to be kept where, Rule 32, p. 470.

when not to issue process, unless specially ordered, Add. Rule 1, p. 470.
collision causes, what libel and answer in, must state. Add. Rule 6, p. 471.
effect of failure to make such statement. Add. Rule 6, p. 471.
commissioner, exceptions to report of, Rule 22, p. 467.

exceptions to report of, how notice for argument. Rule 27,

p. 469.
report of, on exceptions referred to him, may be excepted
to when, Rule 27, p. 469.
costs, when none will be decreed to libellant. Add. Rule 1, p. 470.
decree, when copy of, to be sent by clerk to proctor, Rule 18, p. 466.
fees for such service, who responsible for, Rule 18, p. 466.
pro cor\fesso, proceedings on reference under. Rules 20, 21, p. 467.
deposit in court, may be made instead of security specified in rules, Rules

12, 13, 14, p. 4«6, 466.
exceptions, to report of clerk or commissioner, Rule 22, p. 467.

to libel, answer, etc., how taken and disposed of, Rule 25, p. 468.
to answer, to be filed when, practice on, Rule 26, p. 468.

when deemed abandoned. Rule 26, p. 468.
referred to a commissioner, when deemed abandoned, Rule 27,

p. 469.
report of commissioner on, may be excepted to when, Rule 27,
p. 469.
garnishee, interrogatories to, how served, when to be answered, Rule 24,

p. 468.
hearing, motions how brought to. Rule 2, p. 463.

inten-ogatories, propounded at close of answer, to be answered when, Rule 23,
p. 468.
to garnishee, how served, when to be answered, Rule 24,
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NORTHERN DISTRICT— conttnued.

libel, answer, etc., to be plainly written, Rule 6, p. 464*

praying process of arrest, how verified, Rule 7, p. 464.
answer, etc., to be signed by party and his proctor. Rule 7, p. 464.
what to be stated in. Rule 11, p. 465.
exceptions to, how taken and disposed of. Rule 25, p. 468.
in collision causes, to state what — effect of failure to make such state-
ment. Add. Rule 6, p. 471.
libellant, may in all cases be compelled to give security specified in Rule 12,
Rule 13, p. 465, 466.
non-resident, stipulation for costs by. Rule 12, p. 465.

effect of filing libel for, before security required by
Rule 12 is given, Rule 15, p. 466.
when no costs decreed to. Add. Rule 1, p. 470.
marshal, allowance to, for keeping ships and vessels. Add. Rule 5, p. 471.

notices by, how published, Rule, March 20, 1869, p. 472.
mileage, for service and return of mesne process. Rule 31, p. 469.
notice of motion, or other proceeding, when not required, Rule 2, p. 463.
in suits in rem^ in what paper to be iMnted, Rule 4, p. 464.

when to be given. Rule 8, p. 465.
for publication in suits in rem^ to be drawn up by clerk. Rule 9, p. 465.

to contain what. Rule 10, p. 465.
of retainer, may be served when. Rule 16, p. 466.
and other papers, regulations respecting serving of, in courts of the

state, adopted as rules. Rule 29, p. 469.
how to be published by marshal. Rule, March 20, 1869, p. 472.
petition, rules to be applicable to proceedings by. Rule 30, p. 469.
pleadings, subsequent to the libel, copies of, to be served when, Rule 17,

p. 466.
process, to bear test of day on which sealed. Rule 3, p. 464.

when and where to be made returnable. Rule 3, p. 464.

final, upon bonds or stipulations, may be made returnable when.

Rule 3, p. 464.
mesne, in suits in reiUt when to be served. Rule 8, p. 465.
all, to be drawn up by clerk. Rule 9, p. 465.
mesne, what to be indorsed on. Rule 11, p. 465.
proceedings on sale of property on final. Rule 19, p. 467.
final not to issue, when right of appeal tk allowed, before expira-
tion of ten days, etc.. Rule 28, p. 469.
mesne, mileage for service and return of. Rule 31, p. 469.
when none to issue unless specially ordered, Add. Rule 1, p. 470.
proctor, when liable for costs. Rule 15, p. 466.

reference, under a decree pro confesso^ proceedings on, Rules 20, 21, p. 407.
report of clerk or commissioner, exceptions to. Rule 22, p. 467.
rules, regulations as to sei*ving notices, etc., in courts of the state, adopted
as, Rule 29, p. 469.
to be applicable to proceedings by petitioa. etc.. Rule 30, p. 469.
sale of property on final process. Rule 19, p. 467.
salvage, when Rule 12 not to apply to suits for, Rule 12, p. 465.



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INDEX. 719

NORTHERN DISTRICT— continued.

seamen's wages, when Rule 12 not to apply to suits for, Rule 12, p. 465.

when no process to issue for, unless specially ordei'ed, Add.

Rule 1, p. 470.
warrant of arrest and monition in suits for, to contain what,

Add. Rule 2, p. 470.
all mariners having claims against same vessel, may make

themselves parties to suit for, Add. Rule 2, p. 470.
no new wan'ant of arrest or monition to issue in favor of
seaman, entitled to make himself a party to suit com-
menced for. Add. Rule 2, p. 470.
no costs allowed seaman, who fails to apply to be made a

party. Add. Rule 2, p. 470.
final order of reference in cases of, when made. Add. Rule

2, p. 470.
when warrant of arrest not issued for, unless consent of
British consul, or order of judge be filed, Add. Rule :),
p. 471.
decrees for, how drawn. Add. Rule 4, p. 471.
checks or orders for payment of, how drawn. Add. Rule 4,
p. 471.
ships and vessels, allowance to marshal for keeping. Add. Rule 5, p. 471.
special session, when and where held. Rule 2, p. 463.

what proceedings may be had at^ Rule 2, p. 463.
in case of non-attendauce of judge at, process, etc., contin-
ued as of course. Rule 2, p. 463.
stipulation, upon release of property in rem. Rule 11, p. 465.

in personam, Rule 11, p. 465.
by non-resident libellant. Rule 12, p. 465.
specified in Rule 12, libellant may be compelled to give in all
<;ases. Rule 13, p. 466.
trial issues of fact and law, how brought to. Rule 2, p. 463.
NORWAY,

laws of, § 187.
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
powers of, § 3ii8.
acts concerning, p. 478.
NOTES OF ISSUE,

to be served on clerk, D. C. Rule C, p. 449, 451.
NOTICE,

of seizure, § 485, 438.
of hearing, § 598.

when not required, D. C. Rule H, p. 450.
of exceptions, D. C. Rule A, p. 449, F, p. 452.
of motion, § 595.
how served, § 595.
of taking depositions, § 523, 524.
of appearance, § 456.

of appeal, § 621, C. C. A. Ad. Rule 1, p. 423.
of arrest of property, how published, D. C. Rule 32, p. 435.



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NOTICE— con«ntt€(t

of sale of property, length of, D. C. Rule 35, p. 436.

publication of, D. C. Rule 35, p. 436.
of application to appraise property, D. C. Rule 26, p. 434.
of trial, argument, or hearing, D. C. Rule B, p. 449, C, p. 451.
of giving stipulation, D. C. Rule 22, p. 433.
of taxation of costs, D. C. Rule 56, p. 440.
in summary proceedings, D. C. Rule 68, p. 442.
form of, of hearing, p. 498.

of motion, p. 490, 492.

of taking depositions, p. 492.

of appeal, § 621, p. 627.

of substance of libel, p. 483, 505.

to marshal to return process, p. 501,

of reference, p. 606.

of appearance, § 456.

of putting in bond on appeal, p. 631.

OATH,

to libel, D. C. Rule I, p. 428.

of party, when required to pleadings, D. C. Rule 1, p. 428.
of proctor or attorney, when allowed, D. C. Rule 1, p. 428.
decisory, § 538.
form of, of judge, § 325.
of clerk, §331.
of marshal, § 34a
OLERON,

lawsof, §51, 52, 54, 58, 181.

origin of, p. 30, note.
ORDER,

for bail or attachment, § 416.

pronouncing suit to be deserted, § 455.

for sale or delivery, § 444, 448.

on default, § 449.

of reference, § 452.

used instead of writ, for interlocutory directions, § 596.

different kinds of, § 597.

for process, § 416.

form of, for bail, § 416, p. 580.

pronouncing suit to be deserted, § 455.

on default, § 449, p. 484, 598.

of reference, § 452, p. 598, 599.

staying proceedings, p. 598.

enlarging time to answer, etc., p. 598.

for process, § 416, p. 505, 580.

for payment of duties on saved property, p. 492,

to open depositions, p. 496.

for commission, p. 496.
• to open commission, p. 498.

tiiat marshal show cause why attachment should not Issue, p. 502.



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ORDER— conMnucd. .

form of, for attachment, p. 503.

to pay over remnants and surplus, p. 503.
caption of, p. 598.
ORDINANCES OF EDWARD I., § 55 to 59.

of 1648, § 100 to 102.

of France of 1681, § 173 to 176.
ORGANIZATION OF THE COURTS, §314 to 346.
OWNERS, §274 to 276.

part, may be compelled to give security to other part, § 274.

generally tenants in common may be partners, p. 153, note.

form of libel by, p. 513, 515, 516, 519, 520, 554.

PAPAL STATES,

laws of, § 187.
PARDESSUS' CLASSIFICATION, §263.
PARTIES,

Jurisdiction limited by, § 16.

descriptive names of, § 363.

all the world are, to a suit in rem, § 364, 365, 434.

objections to, must be raised in court of original jurisdiction, § 308.

death of, docs not cause suit to abate, § 484, 485.

may be witnesses, § 534 to 538.

new, how made, Ad. Rule 59, p. 394.

Vide Libel — Libbllant — Claimant — Defendant — Intehvbnor —
Collision.
PARTITION,

of ships, §274.
Vide LiciTATiON.
PART OWNERS,

controversies between, as to the ship, within the jurisdiction, § 111, 274, 275,
276.

form of libel by, p. 519, 520.
Vide LiciTATiON.
PASSENGERS, § 106, 107, 288.

contracts for transportation of, within the jurisdiction, § 288.

money received for, is freight, § 288.

form of libel by, p. 555, 558, 559.
PATENTS,

to admira.ls, etc. Vide Commission.
PENALTIES AND FORFEITURES,

affecting vessels or property afloat, § 301.
PERISHABLE PROPERTY,

may be sold, §444, Ad. Rule 10, p. 383, D. C. Rule 33, p. 435.

when delivered to claimant. Ad. Rule 10, p. 383.
PERSONS,

jurisdiction limited to, § 16.
PERSONAL TORTS, § 309.

causes of action for, do not survive death of party injured, § 809.

suits for nominal damages, in cases of, not maintained, § 309.
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PERSONAM,

admiralty has Jurisdictioii in, §204.

suits in, § 359.
PETITION,

when used, § 369, 593.

practice on, § 594.

form of, for remnants and surplus, p. 620.
PETITORY ACTIONS, §276, 311, D. C. Rule 18, p. 432.

parties in, § 395.

process in, Ad. Rule 20, p. 384.

form of libel in, p. 515, 516.
PILOTAGE, §289.

different kinds of, § 289.

cases of, within the admiralty jurisdiction, § 289.

parties in cases of, § 391, Ad. Rule 14, p. 384.

form of libel for, p. 586.
PIRACY,

cases of, within the admiralty jurisdiction, § 310.
PISA,

laws of, § 187.
PLACE,

jurisdiction limited by, § 16.
PLEA, § 368, 468, 469.

to informations, D. C. Rules 85, 86, p. 446.
PLEADINGS,

not technical, § 870, 483 to 488.

requisites of, § 486, 487.

may be amended, § 488.

when to be furnished to opposite party, § 488.

regulations as to, D. C. Rules 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 85, 86, p. 428, 429, 446.
Vide Libel — Answer — Claim — Exceptions.
POSSESSORY ACTIONS, § 275, 276, 311.

parties in, § 395.

process in, Ad. Rule 20, p. 384.

delivery of property in, D. C. Rule 18, p. 432.

form of libel in, p. 515, 516.
PRACTICAL FORMS. Vide Forms.
PRACTICE,

little UBderstood, § 11.

intended to be uniform, § 11.

what it is, § 10, 11, 314.

embraces jurisdiction, organization, and forms of procedure of the courts

•§10, U, 314.

.works on, § 11.

historically considered, § 346 to 358.

history of tlie admiralty practice, p. 7, note.

uniformity desii-able, § 346, 347, 352, 358.

made uniform by congress, § 348, 849, 353.

of civil law, first adopted, § 348.

then the principles, rules and usages of courts of admiralty, § 349.



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PRACTICE— conMnued.

of primitive Roman law-suit, § 351.

of civil law, the type of an admiralty suit, § 352.

established by act of 1842, § 353, 354, 355, 356, p. 480.

general cliaracter of, is equitable, § 358.

general course of proceeding, § 358 to 371.

technical precision, not required, § 370.

forms of, not established, but useful, § 371.

of the district court, § 372 to 578.
PRINTERS,

fees of, p. 478.
PRISONS,

none belonging to the U. S., § 344.
PRISONERS,

committed under authority of the U. S., kept in state jails, § 344, p. 197.
PRIZE,

causes, § 500 to 513.

cases of, always held within the jurisdiction, § 306.

courts of, in Scotland, Continental Europe, and England, § 307.

in the U. S., the district court has exclusive original jurisdiction of cases
of, §500.

commissioners, how appointed, their duties, § 510, 512.

evidence in first instance, duty of captors, § 511, 512, 512 &.

captors to give notice of arrival of prize, § 512.

examination of witnesses in preparatorio, how taken, § 512, 512 a.

interrogatories, § 512.

master of, to deliver up papers, etc., found on the prize, § 512.

further proof, etc., may be ordered, § 512 a. ,

captors to apply without delay for adjudication or claimants may so ap-
ply, §5126.

proceeding for condemnation purely in rem, how commenced, § 5126.

default, how taken — effect of, § 512 c.

claim to be entered when — by whom to be made— to be accompanied with
test affidavit, §512d.

test affidavit, must accompany claim-^must state what — how sworn to,
§515d.

decree of acquittal and restitution — effect of, § 512 e.

damages, when awarded against captors, how assessed, § 512 e.

costs and eicpenses in cases of, § 512 e, p. 201.

decree of condemnation, proceedings upon, § 512 e.

appeals in cases of, § 512/.

commission to take testimony, never issues to enemy^s country, in cases
of, §531.

form of libel in cases of, p. 567, 568.

proceedings in cases of, p. 560, 570.

rules-—

amendments to libel, when allowed, Rule 45, p. 460.
appeals, when to be made. Rule 51, p. 461.
assessment of damages. Rules 40, 50, p. 461.
calendar, order of putting causes on, Rule 27, p. 458.



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PRIZE— continued.
rules —

claim, by whom and how interposed, Rule 42, p. 460.
commissioners, how appointed, their duties, Rule 1, p. 452.

notice of arrival of prize to be given to. Rule 2, p. 452.
to see that prize is safely moored. Rule 3, p. 453.
to see if bulk has been broken, and when. Rule 4, p. 453.
to see if boxes, etc., have been opened, or property taken,

Rule 4, p. 453.
not to leave property till it is secured and sealed. Rule 5,

p. 453.
seals put on by, not to be removed without order of court.

Rule 5, p. 453.
to take an account of property, and how to secure it, Rule 6,

p. 453.
duties of, when no notice given by captors. Rule 7, p. 453.
disqualified by interest. Rule 21, p. 450.
may not act as proctor, advocate, or counsel, Rule 21, p. 456.
of appraisement and sale, their duties. Rules 25, 26, 27,
p. 457, 458.
contumacy, decree of, when and how obtained. Rule 48, p. 46L
damages, how and by whom assessed. Rule 49, p. 461.
decree of contumacy, when and how obtained. Rule 48, p. 461.

when may be executed after appeal. Rule 52, p. 461
deposition, as to papers found on the prize, to be taken by commis-
sioners, Rules 9, 10, p. 454.
how disposed of. Rule 11, p. 454.
form of, by witness, in preparatorio^ Rules 19, 20, p. 456.
examination of witnesses in preparatorio, how conducted. Rules 13,

14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, p. 455,
456.
who may attend. Rule 13, p. 455.
when closed. Rule 29, p. 458.
expenses, questions concerning when determined. Rule 28, p. 458.
freight, questions concerning when determined. Rule 28, p. 458.
invocation of papers, etc., from one vessel to another. Rules 30, 31,

82, 33, p. 458, 459.
libel, for restitution may be filed when, Rule 23, p. 467.

by captors, when to be filed and proceedings on, Rules 24, 43,

p. 457, 460.
contents and amendments of, Rule 45, p. 460.
on capture by public armed vessels of the U. S., Rule 47, p. 461.
money in court, how to be disposed of, Rule 38, p. 459.
money in court, report of. Rules 39, 40, p. 459.
motions for commissions or decrees of appraisement and sale, Rule

34, p. 459.
notice of arrival of prize. Rules 2, 23, p. 452, 457.
oath to be administered to witnesses in preparatorio^ Rule 17, p. 155
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PRIZE— continued.

papers, etc., when to be delivered to commissioners, Rule 8, p. 453.
to be marked, Rule 9, p. 464.
how disposed of. Rule 11, p. 454.
proceedings when captors refuse or neglect to deliver^

Rule 22, p. 466.
invocation of, from one vessel to another. Rules 30, 31, 32,
33, p. 458, 459.
perishable property, how disposed of. Rules 25, 26, p. 457, 458.
process, to be sued out by captors, Rule 43, p. 460.
first, may be what. Rule 43, p. 460.
when to be made returnable. Rule 44, p. 460.
how served. Rule 44, p. 460.
proofs, additional not allowed till after hearing on those first taken.

Rule 46, p. 460.
property in custody, not to be delivered except by order of court,
Rule53, p. 462.
when deemed in custody. Rule 53, p. 462.
stipulation, for value. Rule 41, p. 460.
on appeal. Rule 51, p. 461.
witnesses, when to be produced before commissioners, Rule 12, p. 454.
examination of, in preparatorio, how conducted. Rules 13,
14, 16, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, p. 455, 456.
PROCEEDINGS,

general character and course of, in admiralty, § 358 to 372.
special, § 593.

form of, in a suit in rem for salvage, p. 481 to 503.
on a libel of information, p. 503 to 611.
in prize cases, p. 667 to 590.
PROCEEDS,

subject to lien upon original thing, § 290, 305.

paid to clerk and deposited, § 560, Ad. Rule 54, p. 393; D. C. Rule 59, p. 441.
how distributed, § 560, Ad. Rule 55, p. 393.
may be proceeded against, § 561, 562.

person having an interest in, may intervene. Ad. Rule 43, p. 389.
PROCESS,

issued by clerk, § 415, 416.
for arrest, D. C. Rule 9, p. 430.

when not issued without order of judge, § 415.
for arrest, marked for bail by clerk, § 416.

when bail can be taken — amount of, § 416.
in what cases abolished, §424.
mesne, §417 to 444, Ad. Rule, 9, p. 383, D. C. Rule 9 to 16, p. 430, 431, 432.
not to issue till libel is filed, § 372, Ad. Rule 1, p. 367.
what may be in suits in peraonamy Ad. Rule 2, p. 381, D. C. Rule 9
p. 430.
test of, and when returnable, §417, D. C. Rules 11, 15, 16, p. 430, 431, 432.
may be amended, § 418.
must be served by marshal, § 419.
how served and returned, § 421, 422.



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PROCESS— conttnMed.

to attach goods, chattels, credits and effects, § 425, D. C. Rules 9, 12, IS,

p. 430, 431.
how served, § 426, Ad. Rule 1,
p. 381 ; D. C. Rule 13, p. 431.
may issue to attach property of a non-resident, § 425.
of attachment dissolved on giving bond, § 427, 430.
garnishee named in, must be summoned, § 426, 430, D. C. Rule 9, p. 430.
of attachment, object of, to compel appearance, § 429.
garnishee may appear and deny that he has the property, § 430, D. C. Role 13,

p. 431.
tn rem^ what and how executed, § 434, 435, Ad. Rule 9, p. 383; D. C. Rule 9,
p. 430.'
notice of return of, and hearing, how given. Ad. Rule 9, p. 883.
must have fourteen days between test and return, § 4.35, 457.
in petitory and possessory suits. Ad. Rule 20, p. 384; D. C. Rule 11, p. 430.
separate, may issue, § 443.

proceedings on return of, §449 to 460, D. C. Rules 11, 12, 15, 16, p. 430, 431,
432.
against marshal for not returning, D. G. Rule 15, p. 431.
not to issue without stipulation for costs, D. C. Rule 7, p. 429.
final, D. C. Rule 10, p. 430.
on informations, D. C. Rules 80, 81, 82, p. 445.
in wages suits under $50, D. C. Rule 68, p. 442.
form of order of judge for warrant of arrest, § 416.
marking for bail, by clerk, § 416, p. 680.
monition tn personam, § 420.
attachment and monition in rem, § 436.
warrant of arrest in personam^ p. 580.
deputation by marshal to his deputy, p. 580.
marshal's return, p. 580.

warrant of arrest, with attachment clause, p. 580.
marshal's return, p. 581.
citation and monition in personam, with marshal's return, p. 581,

582.
warrant of arrest against a ship, with a monition and warrant of

arrest against the master and owner, p. 582.
marshal's return, p. 583.
the like, against a ship and owner, and the executor of another

owner, p. 583.
the like. In a cause of possession or restitution, p. 584.
marshal's return, p. 585.

the like, against ship, freight and master for seamen's wages, p. 585.
attachment to compel obedience to a decretal order, p. 586.
marshal's return, p. 586.
mandate, p. 634.
Vide Execution.
PROCESS ACT, of 1792, § 849.
PROCHEIN AMI,

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PROCLAMATION, § 462, 456.

form of, p. 484.
PROCTORS AND ADVOCATES,

how admitted, §334, D. C. Rule 86, p. 442.

in supreme court, S. 0. Rule 2, p. 806.

duties of, § 334.

how appointed, § 835, 458.

presumed to have authority, § 335, 458.

may be compelled to state for whom they appear, §335, 458.

party having, cannot conduct cause himself, §335.

cannot be assisted by one not a proctor or advocate, § 885.

have full power over cause while pending, § 335.

after decree, have no power except to enforce decree, §335.

may not be surety, except, etc., D. C. Rule 96, p. 448.

cannot discharge decree except on payment, § 335.

power of, revocable, and may be restricted, § 336.

are officers of the law and accountiible to the court, § 386.

may be deprived of their office and punished, § 336.

for the government, in the district and circuit court, is the district attorney,
§337.
in the supreme court, is the attorney-general, § 837.

should be in court on return day of process, §449.

will be protected in their right to costs, § 551.

may be required to pay costs when, § 551.

when allowed to verify pleadings, D. C. Rule 1, p. 428.

fees of, p. 474.
PROHIBITION,

from common-law courts to the admiralty, § 74, 75, 81, 110 to 118.

may be issued from supreme court, § 324, 637, 638, 689. .
PROPERTY,

in possession of a third person, § 440.

how obtained in suits in rem. Ad. Rule 8, p. 882.

in custody of collector, § 440 a.

how delivered from arrest, § 446, D. C. Rules 17, 18, 19, 20, p. 432, 438.
in possessory suits, D*. C. Rule 18, p. 432.

account of sales of, to be filed, D. C. Rule 59, p. 441.
PRUSSIAN STATES,

laws of, § 187.
PUBLICATION,

of notice of arrest of property, D. C. Rules 82, 33, 84, p. 485.
of sale of property, D. C. Rule 35, p. 436.
PURCHASER,

may be compelled to pay purchase money, or re-deliver the property, § 439

QUADRUPLICATION, §482.
QUINBOROUGH,

inquisition at, § 60 to 63.

RANSOM BILLS, §304.



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RECORD,

on appeals from district to circuit court of appeals, contents of, C. C. A.

Rule 14, p. 415; C. C. A. Ad. Rule 4, p. 424.
when ti*anslation to be inserted in, C. C. A. Rule 15, p. 415.
no objection to admissibility of anything in, to be allowed unless taken in

court below, C. C. A. Rule 12, p. 414.
certiorari for diminution of, motion for, how and when to be made, C. C
A. Rule 18, p. 416.
REFERENCE,

on decrees, (o ascertain amount due, § 452, 453.

may be made to commissioners, § 330, Ad. Rule 44, p. 389.

proceedings on, § 543 to 547.



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