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Appeals—Continued.

Appealable orders, exact copies to be
kept in civil order book----.

79 (b)
Appealable orders included in defini-
tion of “judgment”----

54 (a)
Appellate court's power to stay pro-

ceedings,'etc., not limited by Rule 62. 62 (g)
Assignment of errors. See Error.
Bond for costs on appeal, where no
supersedeas bond given.--------- 72, 73 (c, e,

75 (1)
Citation on, in appeals from District

Court to Supreme Court ---------
in Condemnation proceedings are gov-
erned by rules --------

81 (a, 7)
Depositions pending appeal, general
provisions as to.------

27 (b)
Dismissal of appeals to circuit court

of appeals. See Dismissal of Ap-

peals.
from District courts to circuit courts

of appeals, how taken, bonds,
docketing, record.----

-- 73, 74, 75,
from District courts to Supreme Court,
how taken, procedure.---

72,74
Docketing of and filing of record on

appeal to circuit court of appeals...- 73 (g), 75(j)
in Forfeiture proceedings are governed
by rules.-------

81 (a, 2)
in Habeas corpus proceedings are
governed by rules.----

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81 (a, 2)
Injunctions pending-----
Joint appeals.-----
Jurisdictional statement on appeals

from district court to Supreme

Court.-----
in Lunacy proceedings in District Court

for District of Columbia, rules are
applicable to...

81 (a, 1)
Notice of appeal to circuit court of
appeals.-----

-------- 73 (a, b), 75 (g),

76, Form 27

87-95, 126

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87, 90
90, 94

100

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100

62 (a, c, g)

77--78, 79

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87–88.

92--93,
94-95, 126

90

Parties may appeal jointly or sepa-

rately------
Petition for appeal from district court

to Supreme Court ------
in Probate proceedings in District

Court for District of Columbia,

rules are applicable to..
in Proceedings for admission to citizen-

ship are governed by rules--------
in Proceedings under certain arbitra-

tion statutes, applicability of rules
to------

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in Quo warranto proceedings are gov-

erned by rules.---
in Receivership proceedings ---------

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Appeals—Continued.

Rule
Record for preliminary hearings for

motion to dismiss, etc., in circuit
court of appeals------------------

75 (j)
Record on appeal from district court
to Supreme Court----

72
Record on appeal to circuit court of

appeals, designations of, filing, pro-
visions in general, agreed state-
ments...--

------ 5, 73 (8), 75, 76

87

5–7, 90,
91-94,
94-95

90, 94

92-93,
94-95

75 (b)

Rules of Supreme Court as to, appli-

cability to appeals from district

courts to Supreme Court ------
Separate appeals from district court

to Supreme Court.---
Separate appeals to circuit court of
appeals.---

74, 75 (k)
Statement of points to be relied upon

on appeal to circuit court of ap-
peals.

--- 75 (d, g), 76
Stay of enforcement of judgment pend-

ing. See Stay.
Stenographic transcripts for, delay in
furnishing to be avoided.-----

80 (b)
Stenographic transcripts for record on

appeal to circuit court of appeals
Summons and severance not neces-

sary ---------
Supersedeas bonds and other security

to obtain stay upon. See Security;

Supersedeas Bonds.
Time for taking may not be enlarged..

6 (b)
Time for taking, to circuit court of ap-

peals.-------------------------- 73 (a)
by United States, its officer of agency

or by direction of department; se-

curity for stay not required.---... 62 (e)
Appearances:

Default in, notice of entry of order or

judgment not necessary in case of.. 77 (d)
Dismissal by stipulation of all parties

who have appeared generally ------ 41 (a, 1)
Effect in relation to default judgment 55 (b)
to Move dissolution or modification of

temporary restraining order issued
without notice-------

65 (b)
Noting in civil docket, file number to
be marked thereon..

79 (a)
Service of ----------------

5 (a, b)
Applicability of Rules.. ----1, 64, 66, 69, 81, 86

1. 64. 66, 69, 81, 86

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8 (c)

Arbitration and Award: to be Pleaded as

affirmative defense.--.-
Arbitration Proceedings: Under certain

arbitration statutes, applicability of
rules to..ooo.

81 (a, 3)

100-101

64

33

45

12

8 (c)

64

Arrest:

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at Commencement or during action for

securing satisfaction of ultimate

judgment.---------------------
for Disobedience of orders to compel

discovery, or answers to interroga-
tories or questions on deposition
examination...

37 (b, 2) 49-50
Assignment of Errors. See Error.
Assistance: Writ of, for delivery of pos-

session in accordance with order or judg-
ment.----

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70, 77(c) 85–86, 96
Associations:

Capacity to sue or be sued, how deter-
mined.---

17 (b) 23
Interrogatories to, as parties, to be

answered by officer...
Officers. See Officers of Corporations,

Associations, etc.
Pleading legal existence of-----------

9 (a)
Service of summons and complaint on. 4 (d, 3, 7)

3,4
Assumption of Risk: to be pleaded as
affirmative defense..

10-11
Attachment:

at Commencement of or during action,

to secure satisfaction of ultimate
judgment.---.

81
Writ of attachment against property

to compel obedience to judgment
for specific act.--

70, 77 (c) 85–86, 96
Attorneys:

Appearance at pre-trial conference
may be directed.---------------

22
Appointment for persons not personally

served with notice of taking of depo
sitions before action.---

27 (a, 2) 35–36
Consent to trial by court without jury,
by stipulation of..-----

39 (a) 52-53
Contempt in summary judgment pro-

ceedings for employing affidavits in
bad faith or for delay-------1

56 (g)
Costs imposed upon, in connection with

record on appeal to circuit court of
appeals.----

92
Examination of jurors by ---

61-62
Injunction or restraining order; binding

effect upon.--
Inserting scandalous or indecent matter

in pleadings, penalty ---
Master may submit draft report to, for
suggestions.------

53 (0, 6)
Notice of appeal to circuit court of

appeals by mailing copy to attor-
ney; effect in case of death.-------

87–88
Service of pleadings, etc., on.----

5 (b)
Signing of pleadings, when required,

effect, disciplinary action for viola-
lation of rule......11, Introductory Statement to 14, 105

Appendix of Forms
Taking of depositions before attorneys,
etc., for parties not permitted.---- 28 (c)

38

16

74

73 (b)

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Attorney's Fees. See Costs.
Attorney General:

Copy of summons and complaint

against United States, or officer or

agency thereof to be sent to.------
Form and style of civil docket may be

prescribed by ----
To be Notified of questioned constitu-

tionality of acts of Congress-------
Auditors. See Masters.
Authentication: of Copies of official records

for use as evidence---
Authority to sue or Be Sued as Repre-
sentative: Pleading of.----

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Avoidance:

Failure to avoid averments in plead-

ings, effect --- -----------
Matters of to be pleaded as affirmative

defenses--------

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10-11

16-17
16-17

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14-15

88, 89–90,

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Bankruptcy:

Applicability of Rules to proceedings
in----------------------

81 (a, 1)
Discharge in, to be pleaded as affirma-

tive defense.-----------------...
Bill of Particulars:

Becomes part of pleadings.---------
Motion for.------
Time for service of pleadings after

service of motion for..
Bonds:

See also Security.
Bond on appeal to Supreme Court

from district court.----
for Costs on appeal to circuit court of

appeals, when no supersedeas bond
given.-------

---------- 73 (c, e, f), 75 (j)
No bond required from appellant where

appeal is taken by United States,
etc., and operation or enforcement
of judgment is stayed.-------

62 (e)
Supersedeas Bonds. See Supersedeas

Bonds.
Surety's liability on cost or super-

sedeas bond on appeal to circuit
court of appeals, enforcement by
motion.-------------------------

73 (f)
on Suspending, modifying, restoring, or

granting injunction pending appeal
from judgment granting, dissolving,
or denying injunction ----

62 (c)
Books:

Civil docket. See Docket.
Civil order book, form, contents, index.. 79 (b, c)
Existence, description, etc., may be

subject of examination by deposition
pending action.--

26 (b)
Inspection, etc., of, by order to pro-
duce, etc-------

--- 34, 37 (b, 2)

79

89-90

45–46,

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9, 105

9, 35, 105

9, 105

13, 105

Calendars:

Precedence on. See Precedence.
Pre-trial calendars.-----------------
Trial calendar, district courts to pro-

vide by rule for placing of actions

upon.----------

Trial calendar, preparation...-------
Capacity to Sue or Be Sued:

See also Parties.
How determined.

Pleading of.----
Caption:
of Motions.

7 (b, 2), Introductory

Statement to Appen-

dix of Forms
of Petition to perpetuate testimony by
deposition before action. 7 (b, 2), 27 (a, 1), In-

troductory Statement

to Appendix of Forms
of Papers----- --- 7 (b, 2), Introductory

Statement to Appen-

dix of Forms
of Pleadings------------ 10 (a), Introductory

Statement to Appen-

dix of Forms
of Subpoena for witness ---- 7 (b, 2), 10 (a), 45 (a)
of Summons.-- 4 (b), 7 (b, 2), 10 (a), Introduc-

tory Statement to Appendix of

Forms, Forms 1, 22
Certification:

of Copies of papers referred to in affi-

davits in summary judgment pro-
ceedings --------

56 (e)
as to Custody of official records, for

proof of record or entry or lack
thereof.----

44 (a, b)
of Deposition by officer taking de-
position.----

--- 30 (f, 1), 31 (b), 32 (d)
of Probable cause by court when judg-
ment is entered against revenue
officer or officer of Congress.-----

69 (b)
of Record on appeal to circuit court of

appeals; of supplemental record; of

record for preliminary hearing------ 75 (g, h, j), 76
of Record on appeal to Supreme Court

from district court....

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