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CASES ARGUED AND ADJUDGED
THE SUPREME COURT
THE UNITED STATES.
DECEMBER TERM, 1850.
BY BENJAMIN C. HOWARD,
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1851, by
LITTLE AND BROWN, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY.
REPRINTED IN TAIWAN
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Hon. ROGEK B. TANEY, Chief Justice.
JOHN J. Crittenden, Esq., Attorney-General.
WILLIAM THOMAS CARROLL, Esq., Clerk.
BENJAMIN C. HOWARD, Esq., Reporter.
RICHARD WALLACH, Esq, Marshal.
RULES OF COURT.
ORDERED, that, when a case is taken up for trial upon the regular call of the docket, and argued orally in behalf of only one of the parties, no printed argument will be received unless it is filed before the oral argument begins, and the court will proceed to consider and decide the case upon the ex parte are gument.
ORDERED, that the fortieth rule, heretofore adopted and promulgated by this court as one of the rules of practice in suits in equity in the Circuit Courts, be, and the same is hereby, repealed and annulled.
And it shall not hereafter be necessary to interrogate a defendant specially and particularly upon any statement in the bill, unless the complainant desires to do so, to obtain a discovery.
ORDERED, that the following supplemental rules be added to the rules heretofore adopted by this court for regulating proceedings in admiralty.
In all suits in personam, where a simple warrant of arrest issues and is executed, bail shall be taken by the Marshal and the court in those cases only in which it is required by the laws of the State, where an arrest is made upon similar or analogous process issuing from the State courts. And imprisonment for debt on process issuing out of the Admiralty