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Each syllabus paragraph in this volume is marked
ALL THE DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURTS OF
WITH KEY-NUMBER ANNOTATIONS
CONTAINING A TABLE OF NORTHWESTERN CASES IN WHICH REHEARINGS
NORTHWESTERN REPORTER, volumE 167
OF THE COURTS REPORTED DURING THE PERIOD COVEREl) BY THIS VOLUME"
AMENDMENTS TO RULES
SUPREME COURT OF MICHIGAN 1
Rule 59. Any one desiring to secure a writ of error, under the provisions of Act No. 172 of the Public Acts of 1917, shall, within 30 days from the entry of judgment, prepare a concise statement of what is involved in the case and the points relied upon and notice the same on the opposite party for settlement before the circuit judge. The statement when so settled shall be the basis of the application to this court.
Adopted September 28, 1917, to take immediate effect.
Rule 60. Within ten days after the allowance of a writ of certiorari by this court the plaintiff in error shall serve upon the court, board, or other body whose proceedings are to be reviewed, and upon the defendant in error, a copy of the petition or application for such writ, together with a copy of all exhibits attached thereto, and a copy of the memorandum or brief filed in support of such application. Proof of such service shall be filed with the clerk, as in other cases.
f Adopted June 3, 1918, to take immediate efeet.
158 N. W. vi; 166 N. W. vi.