School District v. Insurance Company,
101 U.S. 472 (1879)

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School District v. Insurance Company, 101 U.S. 472 (1879)

School District v. Insurance Company

101 U.S. 472


1. The Court announces its determination to insist upon a strict observance by counsel of all rules intended to facilitate the examination of causes, especially those submitted.

2. The submission of a cause under the 20th rule set aside for noncompliance with paragraph 4, subdivision 3, of Rule 21, which provides that "when a statute of a state is cited, so much thereof as may be deemed necessary to the decision of the case shall be printed at length," either in or with the brief.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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