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196 And afterwards, to wit, on the 18th day of December, A. D. 1918,

the following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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The United States 6260

18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjourn. ment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. 197 And afterwards, to wit, on the 19th day of December, A. D. 1918,

the following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

V8.
Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock.

198 And afterwards, to wit, on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis. Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

V8.
Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning, at ten o'clock. 199 And afterwards, to wit, on the 21st day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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The United States 6260

V8.
Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceedis, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment har ing arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this use be continued until December 23, 1918, at ten o'clock A. M.

200 And afterwards, to wit, on the 23rd day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States (5260 Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was di December 21, 1918, continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the

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defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock.

201 And afterwards, to wit, on the 24th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until December 26, 1918, at ten o'clock A. M.

202 And afterwards, to wit, on the 26th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

178. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on December 24, 1918, continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause he continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock.

203 And afterwards, to wit, on the 27th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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The United States 6260

08. Victor L. Berger, et

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds. and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. 204

And afterwards, to wit, on the 28th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesa w M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until December 30, 1918, at ten o'clock A. M.

196 And afterwards, to wit, on the 18th day of December, A. D. 1918,

the following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit :

The United States 6260

18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjourgment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. 197 And afterwards, to wit, on the 19th day of December, A. D. 1918,

the following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

V8.
Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly electei, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment liaving arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. 198 And afterwards, to wit, on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis. Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260 Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defend. ants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until to morrow morning, at ten o'clock. 199 And afterwards, to wit, on the 21st day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

V8.
Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly electevi empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment har ing arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until December 23, 1918, at ten o'clock A, M.

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200 And afterwards, to wit, on the 23rd day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260

18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was u December 21, 1918, continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the

defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. 201

And afterwards, to wit, on the 24th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260 18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until December 26, 1918, at ten o'clock A. M.

202 And afterwards, to wit, on the 26th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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The United States 6260

18. Victor L. Berger, ct al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on December 24, 1918, continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause he continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock.

203 And afterwards, to wit, on the 27th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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The United States 6260

18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock.

204 And afterwards, to wit, on the 28th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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The United States 18.

No. 6260. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until December 30, 1918, at ten o'clock A. M.

205 And afterwards, to wit, on the 30th day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge of said Court, to wit:

The United States 6260 18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on Deceniber 28, 1918, continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper person, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. 206 And afterwards, to wit, on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1918, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260 18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the de fendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until January 2, 1919, at ten o'clock A. M.

207 And afterwards, to wit, on the 2nd day of January, A. D. 1919, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit :

The United States 6260 18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of this cause was on December 31, 1918, continued, come again the parties by their attorneys and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected, empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning at ten o'clock.

208 And afterwards, to wit, on the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1919, the

following order was had and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

The United States 6260 18. Victor L. Berger, et al.

This being the day and hour to which the further trial of said cause was on yesterday continued, come again the parties by their attorneys, and the defendants in their own proper persons, come also the jury who were duly elected. empanelled and sworn herein as aforesaid, and the trial of this cause proceeds, and during the examination of witnesses, the usual hour of adjournment having arrived, it is ordered that the further trial of this cause be continued until tomorrow morning, at ten o'clock. 209 And afterwards, to wit, on the 4th day of January, A, D. 1919, the

following order was bad and entered of record in said cause, before the Honorable Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge, to wit:

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