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VOLUME 257.
CONTAINING CASES IN WHICH OPINIONS WERE FILED IN DECEM-

BER, 1912, AND FEBRUARY, 1913, AND CASES WHEREIN
REHEARINGS WERE DENIED AT THE FEBRUARY

AND APRIL TERMS, 1913.

SAMUEL PASHLEY IRWIN,

REPORTER OF DECISIONS.

BLOOMINGTON, ILL.

1913.

Entered according to Ac of Congress, in the year 1913, by

SAMUEL PASHLEY IRWIN,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

MAY 27 1913

Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Co.
Printers, Stereotypers, Binders,

Bloomington, II.

DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.

FRANK K. DUNN, Chief Justice.
JAMES H. CARTWRIGHT,
JOHN P. HAND,
WILLIAM M. FARMER,
ALONZO K. VICKERS,

JUSTICES.
ORRIN N. CARTER,
GEORGE A. COOKE,

ATTORNEY GENERAL,

WILLIAM H. STEAD.

REPORTER OF DECISIONS,

SAMUEL PASHLEY IRWIN.

CLERK,

J. McCAN DAVIS.

AMENDMENT OF RULE 39.

At the April term, 1913, of the Illinois Supreme Court, the fifth paragraph of Rule 39 was amended so as to read as follows:

"Each applicant for admission to the bar, whether upon examination or admission in another State or foreign country, shall pay to said board, in advance, a fee of eight dollars, and shall present his affidavit, or that of some other reputable person for him, that he is of the age of twenty-one years or above, a resident of this State and a citizen of the United States, or has declared his intention of becoming a citizen thereof; also, a certified transcript of the record from a court of record of this State showing that he is a person of good moral character, which transcript shall show that at least two reputable members of the bar practicing in the court in which the record is made, and whose names shall be given, appeared before said court and testified that the applicant was a reputable person and of good moral character."

TABLE OF CASES

REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

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