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JUDGES

OF THE COURTS REPORTED DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THIS VOLUME

ARKANSAS-Supreme Court. EDGAR A. MCCULLOCH, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
CARROLL D. WOOD.
JESSE C. HART.
FRANK G. SMITH.
THOMAS H. HUMPHREYS.

MISSOURI (Continued).
The Springfield Court of Appeals.
JOHN T. STURGIS, PRESIDING JUDGE.

ASSOCIATE JUDGES.
JOHN S. FARRINGTON.
JOHN H. BRADLEY.

KENTUCKY-Court of Appeals. WARNER E. SETTLE, CHIEF JUSTICE. 1 JOHN D. CARROLL, CHIEF JUSTICE.?

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
JOHN D, CARROLL,?
ERNEST S. CLARKE,
GUS THOMAS.
ROLLIN HURT.
SHACKELFORD MILLER.”
FLEMD. SAMPSON.
WARNER E. SETTLE.
HUSTON QUIN.

COMMISSIONER OF APPEALS,
WILLIAM ROGERS CLAY.

TENNESSEE-Supreme Court.

M. M. NEIL, CHIEF JUSTICE." DAVID L. LANSDEN, CHIEF JUSTICE.'

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
DAVID L. LANSDEN.*
SAMUEL C. WILLIAMS.
GRAFTON GREEN.
FRANCIS FENTRESS.?
COLLIN P. MCKINNEY..
FRANK P. HALL.'
NATHAN L. BACHMAN.

TEXAS-Supreme Court. NELSON PHILLIPS, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
WILLIAM E. HAWKINS.
THOMAS B. GREENWOOD.

MISSOURI-Supreme Court.
HENRY W. BOND, CHIEF JUSTICE.

Division No. 1.
JAMES T. BLAIR, PRESIDING JUDGE.

ASSOCIATE JUDGES.
HENRY W. BOND.
ARCHELAUS M. WOODSON.
WALLER W. GRAVES.

Division No. 2.
ROBERT F. WALKER, PRESIDING JUDGE.
FRED L, WILLIAMS, PRESIDING JUDGE.

ASSOCIATE JUDGES.
CHARLES B. FARIS.
FRED L. WILLIAMS.
ROBERT F. WALKER."
SUPREME COURT COMMISSIONERS.
ROBERT T. RAILEY.
STEPHEN S. BROWN.
REUBEN F. ROY.
JOHN TURNER WHITE

Commission of Appeals. 10

Section A.
LEON SONFIELD, PRESIDING JUDGE.

JUDGES.
BEEMAN STRONG.
W. M. TAYLOR.

Section B.
J. T. MONTGOMERY, PRESIDING JUDGE.

JUDGES.
S. P. SADLER.
J. W. MCCLENDON.

The St. Louis Court of Appeals. GEORGE D. REYNOLDS, PRESIDING JUDGE.

ASSOCIATE JUDGES.
WILLIAM H. ALLEN.
WM. DEE BECKER.

Court of Criminal Appeals.
W. L. DAVIDSON, PRESIDING JUDGE.

JUDGES.
A. C. PRENDERGAST.11

1. C. MORROW,
0. S. LATTIMORE.12

The Kansas City Court of Appeals, JAMES ELLISON, PRESIDING JUDGE.

Courts of Civil Appeals.

First District, ROBERT A. PLEASANTS, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUDGES.
FRANCIS H. TRIMBLE.
EWING C. BLAND.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
CHARLES E. LANE.
GEORGE W. GRAVES.

1 Ceased to be Chief Justice, January 1, 1919.
? Became Chief Justice January 1, 1919.
* Retired January 1, 1919.
* Appointed January 1, 1919, to succeed Shackel-

ford Miller,
* Became Associate Judge January 1, 1919.
& Elected Presiding Judge January 1, 1919.

7 Term expired September 1. 1919.
* Became Chief Justice September 1, 1918, to suc-

ceed M. M. Veil.
9 Elected August, 1918.
10 Beginning October 7, 1918.
11 Term expired December 31, 1918.
12 Elected to succeed A. C. Prendergast,

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TEXAS-Courts of Civil Appeals (Cont'd).

Second District,
TRUMAN H. CONNER, CHIEF JUSTICE,

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
IRBY DUNKLIN.
RAYMOND H. BUCK.

TEXAS-Courts of Civil Appeals (Cont'd).

Sixth District.
SAMUEL P. WILLSON, CHIEF JUSTICE,

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
RICHARD B. LEVY.
WILLIAM HODGES.

Seventh District.
STERLING P. HUFF, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
ROBERT W. HALL,
WILLIAM BOYCE.

Third District. WILLIAM M. KEY, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. CHARLES H. JENKINS. JOHN W. BRADY.

Fourth District. WILLIAM S. FLY, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. ANTON N. MOURSUND. PATRICK H. SWEARINGEN.

Eighth District.
JAMES R. HARPER, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
ERASTUS F. HIGGINS.
ANDERSON M. WALTHALL,

Ninth District.
L. B. HIGHTOWER, JR., CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
A. G. BROOKE.
S. M. KING. 13
R. A. GREER, 14
DANIEL WALKER. 15

Fifth District. ANSON RAINEY, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. JAMES M, TALBOT. CHARLES A. RASBURY.

13 Resigned November 30, 1918. 14 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resigna

13 Elected to succeed S. M. King. Qualified Jan

tion of S. M. King.

uary 1, 1919.

AMENDMENTS TO RULES

COURT OF APPEALS OF KENTUCKY 1

Adopted January 28, 1919

* RULE XXV.-Rehearing-Notice of Inten- | petition and if this notice is not given within tion to File Petition for-Opinions-When to the time named no such petition shall therebe Published.-Opinions shall not be given after be permitted to be filed, and upon the out by the clerk for publication in the Ad expiration of the fifteen days the opinion vance Sheets, Kentucky Reports, or the shall be deemed to have been handed down Southwestern Reporter, except as hereinafter and be then given out for publication. If provided; but he will send them as he now notice is given, the petition may be filed withdoes to the lawyers in the case.

in the time now allowed by rules of the court. Parties, or their attorneys, who desire to! When the notice is given, the opinion shall file a petition for rehearing or for the modi- not be deemed to have been handed down or fication or extension of an opinion, shall be given out for publication until the petition within fifteen days (Sundays included) after filed has been disposed of. the case is decided, file with the clerk of this In other respects the present rules to pecourt a notice that it is desired to file such a Ititions for rehearing shall remain in force.

1 For other rules, see 154 S. W. vii, 169 S. W. vii, 187 S. W. vii, 191 S. W. vil.

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