A Treatise on Federal Practice, Civil and Criminal: Including Practice in Bankruptcy, Admiralty, Patent Cases, Foreclosure of Railway Mortgages, Suits Upon Claims Against the United States, Proceedings Before the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Trade Commission, Equity Pleading and Practice, Receivers and Injunctions in the State Courts

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Callaghan, 1920 - 5026 páginas
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Value of the matter in dispute in suits of foreclosure
48
Page
50
Value of the matter in dispute upon taxpayers bills
55
Effect of the custody of property by the State court where
59
17a Value of the matter in dispute in suits on behalf of a class
63
Consideration of costs in estimating the value of the matter
69
Effect of admissions by the defendant upon the value of
71
Suits arising under the Constitution or laws of the United
82
Suits arising under treaties of the United States
97
Patent and copyright cases
103
Amendment by pleading matters subsequent to the filing
104
Cases arising under the laws relating to navigable waters
110
Suits on judicial and official bonds
118
Suits arising out of litigation in the Federal courts
124
Formal parties to the controversy
139
Trustees and other representatives
153
Determination of citizenship of natural persons
159
Corporations
171
Unincorporated stock companies and associations
177
RECEIVERS
184
Property in the custody of another court of coordinate juris
189
Property covered by insolvent assignments
198
Property in the custody of receivers
206
Effect of jurisdiction of another court over same cause of action
215
Property in the custody of another Federal court of Equity
223
61a Residence in suits by the United States
242
62a Waiver of objections as to residence
254
Territorial jurisdiction of the District Courts of the United
267
Terms of the District Courts of the United States In general
274
FORMS IN CIVIL CASES AT COMMON LAW AND IN EQUITY
327
Page
333
66a Jurisdiction over ceded territory
338
AND IV
339
Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
345
70a Jurisdiction of District Court of the Canal Zone
351
Definition of receiver 1479
356
73 Jurisdiction of the United States Court for China
363
CHAPTER XIII
365
Definition of the writ of ne exeat republica and when it will
371
COSTS
375
MOTIONS TO MAKE PLEADINGS MORE DEFINITE AND CERTAIN
384
Jurisdiction and practice of the Commerce Court
385
Jurisdiction of the Court of Customs Appeals
393
333t Presumptions upon the assessment and collection of internal
463
77b Practice and rules of the Interstate Commerce Commission
466
When receivers will be appointed 1479
486
77c Evidence and depositions before the Interstate Commerce Com
493
877d Enforcement of orders of Interstate Commerce Commission
502
77e Jurisdiction of the Railroad Boards of Labor Adjustment
508
CHAPTER II
542
79a Who seeks equity must do equity
556
81a Equitable jurisdiction to enforce rights created by statutes
565
389c Deductions from profits in patent cases 1897
570
302c Receivers of National Banking Association 1491
575
CHAPTER III
580
Suits on behalf of idiots lunatics and persons of weak mind
587
The United States as a defendant In general
593
96a Suits against the United States for torts and upon implied
600
96d Suits against the United States for money had and received
606
96h Suits against Collectors of the Ports to recover duties paid
615
96j Suits against telegraph and telephone companies when under
629
Suits against the United States for partition
636
100a Injunctions against collection of Federal taxes
645
100c Injunctions against the United States Shipping Board
651
Liability of States to suits by private persons
657
Inspection at common law 1768
660
305b Practice upon application for such preference 1532
662
310a Reorganization of corporations whose assets are held by re ceivers 1563
663
105c Injunctions against State officers
664
259c Hearing upon application for intervention 1311
668
Suits against idiots lunaties and persons of weak inind
675
Testimony taken after a cause is at issue and beyond the jur
677
Demurrers under the former practice 1827
682
Persons who on account of their interest need not be made parties to a suit in equity
683
Cases where the law has furnished a representative
691
Class suits
701
Suits against one or more of a class
705
When numerous interests have been created for the purpose of preventing the plaintiff from obtaining equitable relief
734
When a person consents to the relief sought
735
When the interest of an absent person is evidently very small
736
Relaxation of rule as to parties in special cases
737
Objections for want of parties
739
Objections for joinder of improper parties
742
CHAPTER V
744
Definition and classification of bills
750
When a suit may be revived 1196
751
Frame of a bill in equity
752
Address and caption
755
The narrative part of a bill
762
Certainty
766
329a Judicial notice 1640
774
Inconsistency and bills with a double aspect
775
Multifariousness or misjoinder In general
780
Multifariousness by misjoinder of plaintiffs
782
Multifariousness by misjoinder of defendants
788
Litigation by receivers 1569
789
Multifariousness without misjoinder of parties
798
Objections for multifariousness or misjoinder
801
General rules of equity pleading
804
Definition classification and objects of injunctions 1321
808
Stockholders bills
809
Bills to enjoin the infringement of patents
830
CHAPTER XXIII
841
Bills to compel the issue of patents and bills to obtain relief against interfering patents
848
Bills to restrain infringements of trademarks and unfair
852
Bills to restrain infringement of copyrights
861
Injunctions to restrain the alienation of property 1356
863
Bills in equity under the Interstate Commerce Law
870
408a Costs in criminal proceedings 1997
883
151b Suits and proceedings to cancel certificates of citizenship
885
312 Duties of receivers 1579
892
151d Bills for accountings 394
894
151f Bills to set aside clouds on title
903
The prayer for relief
913
Affidavits to bills
919
Bills in the nature of interpleader
926
Motions of course 1255
929
When a subpoena is necessary
933
Costs patent copyright and trademark cases 2003
935
164c Service upon foreign corporations
939
Special motions without notice 1256
940
Substituted service of a subpoena
948
166a Cases in which statutory service can be made
954
Suits against receivers 1590
956
Costs upon error and appeal 2010
965
Exemptions from service of subpoena or other process legal
966
428b Perjury as a contempt 2111
969
167b Objections to the service of process
973
Definition of an appearance
976
Effect of an appearance
982
SUPREME COURT RULES
987
Practice in taking a bill pro confesso
990
CHAPTER IX
996
Pleading defenses in answer
1003
The pendency of another suit
1009
Defenses of statutes In general
1015
130f Statute of limitations to claims against the United States
1022
333i Evidence of official correspondence 1682
1023
Statute of limitations to suits to recover usury
1029
430c Contempt proceedings under Prohibition Law 2140
1039
Limitations in the act to prevent trading with the enemy
1040
181a Suspension of statute of limitations
1052
Defenses of matter in pais
1058
Defense of matter of record or res adjudicata
1064
186e Reciprocal effect as adjudications of judgments of courts
1070
186m Res ad judicata by dismissals and nonsuits
1077
Res ad judicata in patent and trade mark cases
1088
186s Res ad judicata against privies
1094
186z Res adjudicata in suits on behalf of a class
1101
Proceedings to compel answer
1116
Sequestration 2159
1117
Signature and seal to answer
1119
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Página 879 - SEC. 4. The several circuit courts of the United States are hereby invested with jurisdiction to prevent and restrain violations of this Act; and it shall be the duty of the several district attorneys of the United States, in their respective districts, under the direction of the Attorney General, to institute proceedings in equity to prevent and restrain such violations.
Página 535 - It shall be the duty of the various district attorneys, under the direction of the Attorney General of the United States, to prosecute for the recovery of forfeitures. The costs and expenses of such prosecution shall be paid out of the appropriation for the expenses of the courts of the United States.
Página 875 - person," or "persons," wherever used in this act shall be deemed to include corporations and associations existing under or authorized by the laws of either the United States, the laws of any of the Territories, the laws of any State, or the laws of any foreign country.
Página 410 - That if any common carrier subject to the provisions of this act shall, directly or indirectly, by any special rate, rebate, drawback, or other device, charge, demand, collect, or receive from any person or persons a greater or less compensation...
Página 412 - That it shall be unlawful for any common carrier subject to the provisions of this Act to charge or receive any greater compensation in the aggregate for the transportation of passengers or of like kind of property, under substantially similar circumstances and conditions, for a shorter than for a longer distance over the same line, in the same direction, the shorter being included within the longer distance...
Página 530 - To require, by general or special orders, corporations engaged in commerce, excepting banks and common carriers subject to the Act to regulate commerce, or any class of them, or any of them respectively, to file with the commission in such form as the commission may prescribe annual or special, or both annual and special, reports or answers in writing...
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Página 880 - General, to institute proceedings in equity to prevent and restrain such violations. Such proceedings may be by way of petition setting forth the case and praying that such violation shall be enjoined or otherwise prohibited. When the parties complained of shall have been duly notified of such petition the court shall proceed, as soon as may be, to the hearing and determination of the case; and pending such petition and before final decree, the court may at any 'time make such temporary restraining...
Página 27 - Third. Of all civil causes of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction, saving to suitors in all cases the right of a common-law remedy where the common law is competent to give it...

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