Southern Judicial District of Kentucky: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Seventy-first Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 5624, April 7, 1930

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Page 101 - Resolved, That copies of these resolutions be sent to the International Federation of Trade Unions, to all national trade union centers throughout the world and to the President of the United States...
Page 93 - In districts having more than one district Judge, the judges may agree upon the division of business and assignment of cases for trial in said district ; but in case they do not so agree, the senior circuit Judge of the circuit in which the district lies, shall make all necessary orders for the division of business and the assignment of cases for trial In said district CHAPTER TWO DISTRICT COURTS— JURISDICTION Sec.
Page 2 - ... and shall, immediately upon payment by the plaintiff of his fees accrued, send the papers filed to the clerk of the court to which the process is made returnable; and whenever the process is not thus made returnable, any defendant may, upon motion, on or...
Page 2 - Frankfort, beginning on the second Monday in March and the fourth Monday in September in each year...
Page 52 - I do not know that I can add anything to what has been already said in the text of the Lecture on this point.
Page 2 - ... send the papers filed to the clerk of the court to which the process is made returnable; and whenever the process is not thus made returnable any defendant may, upon motion on or before the calling of the cause, have it transferred to the court to which it should have been sent had the clerk known the residence of the defendant when the action was brought.
Page 4 - That all prosecutions for crimes or offenses hereafter committed in either of said judicial districts as hereby constituted shall be cognizable within the district in which committed, and all prosecutions for crimes or offenses committed before the passage of this Act in which indictments have not yet been found or proceedings instituted shall be cognizable within the judicial district as hereby constituted in which such crimes or offenses were committed.
Page 3 - Washington in office at the time this act takes effect shall be the District Judge for the Western District of Washington...
Page 4 - Washington as heretofore constituted, or taken in whole or in part and submitted and passed upon by the said district judge, shall be proceeded with and disposed of in said Western judicial district of Washington as constituted by this act...
Page 4 - ... and the records and proceedings therein and relating to said proceedings and causes shall be certified and transferred thereto: Provided, That all motions and causes submitted, and all causes and proceedings, both civil and criminal, including proceedings in bankruptcy, now pending in said judicial district of...

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