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Stenographer's fees — Rule 17

or other process, the pleadings, stipulations, orders and the judgment, which shall be fastened together.

2. All exhibits, which shall be enclosed in a separate cover, appropriately endorsed.

3. The stenographer's minutes, which shall be transcribed by the stenographer on suitable paper 8 inches wide and 1072 inches long, with an index, enclosed in a suitable cover, and appropriately endorsed.

The clerk's return shall be annexed to the stenographer's minutes.

· Rule XVII. Stenographer's fees The fees of the stenographer for a transcript of his minutes pursuant to section 353 of the Municipal Court Act shall be deposited with the clerk of the district where the action or proceeding is pending, who, upon the filing of the transcript, shall deliver the money deposited to the stenographer. Adopted by the Board of Justices December 9, 1907.

President Board of Municipal Court Justices.

JAMES J. DEVLIN, Secretary. The foregoing rules, numbered from one to seventeen, both inclusive, have been submitted to the undersigned, pursuant to the provisions of section 9 of Chap. 603, of the Laws of 1907; and we hereby approve the same. December 31, 1907. (Signed.)

EDWARD PATTERSON, Presiding Justice,
Appellate Division, Supreme Court,

First Department.
M. H. HIRSCHBERG, Presiding Justice,
Appellate Division, Supreme Court,

Second Department.





Any action upon a contract not occupying more than one hour to try, may, upon motion, be set down for a day for trial. If not tried in one hour will be sent to the foot of the calendar.

Cases will be placed upon the Day Calendar in their numerical order; ten causes will constitute the Ready Calendar and ten the Reserved Calendar.

When a cause is reached on a Day Calendar, it must be tried or go to the foot of the General Calendar, unless a good and valid reason can be given to adjourn the same.

When a cause appears upon the Reserve Calendar, if marked “ready," will be passed for the day, if marked “off” may, upon notice or stipulation, be restored to the foot of the Reserved Calendar for a day of a subsequent term.

Causes entitled to a preference, if application is granted, may be set down for a day certain for trial after causes marked "ready” the preceding day are disposed of, if not ready to proceed with the trial when reached shall be stricken from the Day Calendar, retaining its position on the General Calendar as if no preference had been ordered.

Contested foreclosures and actions triable by the court without a jury may be set down for trial any Friday of term noticed for, or any Friday hereafter, by filing with the Clerk, Part II, Room 10, a five days' notice, with proof of service, or stipulation.

Motions may be noticed for any day during the term, in Part II, Room 10. Notes of issue must be filed with

Criminal calendar rules- Rules 1-5

the Clerk in said part, at least one day before the day on which a motion is noticed to be heard.

Appeals from Magistrates' Courts will be placed on the Calendar of this court for the term next succeeding the allowance thereof, in the order of their allowance.

A Day Calendar of such causes will be made up for the second Friday of each term.

Where bail is not allowed a preference will be given. Day Calendar of appeals will be published.


Rule I

Bail cases will be placed upon the General Calendar of criminal causes in the order of the date of pleading.

Rule II

The General Calendar of untried bail cases will be made up and issued for each term of the court.

Rule III

The Trial Calendar for the trial of bail cases will be taken from the General Calendar in the numerical order in which the cases appear therein.

Rule IV

Cases appearing on the Day Calendar for trial will not be adjourned except for legal excuse stated in open court.

Rule V

When a case is placed on the Day Calendar and for any reason it cannot be tried on that day, it will retain

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