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14:144 US 207 149:82 Wis 305 305:36 LRA 120 1507:17 LRA271n 576:78 Fed 441
27 LRA 96
29 LRA 736 24:21 LRA 606n
186:37 LRA348n 382:27 LRA115n 541:82 Fed 284 30 LRA 425n 31:23 LRA 499n 191:35 LRA 547 391:26 LRA831n 546:36 LRA 246
30 LRA 435n 46:18 LRA 791n
31 LRA 528 236:38 LRA786n 395:32 LRA 520 556:73 Fed 594 32 LRA 696 273:39 LRA 558
34 LRA 697
31 LRA 621n 585:84 Wis 455 106:55 Fed 232
38 LRA 501
594:21 LRA 808 19 LRA 443n 297:30 LRA312n 30 LRA 333n 440:34 LRA406n
570:20 LRA 778 615:94 Wis 282 125:36 LRA 307 37 LRA 531 301:30 LRA312 496::-2 LRA 36
652:23 LRA 464n 30 LRA 333n
The Lawyers' Co-Operative Pub. Co.
Rochester, N. Y.
MAY 8, TO JULY 28, 1891.
WILLIAM D. FULLER,
Copyright, 1891, for the State of Michigan, by Daniel E, Soper,
Secretary of State.
Rec. hce, 28, 1891
SUPREME COURT RULE 64.
Adopted October 8, 1891.
RULE 64.-Any person who is not a citizen of this State or of the United States, who is twenty-one years of age, and has been duly admitted to practice under the laws of a foreign country in the courts of record thereof, and who has come into this State with the intention of becoming a resident thereof, and who has declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States, may be admitted to practice in the several courts of this State by the Supreme Court, upon filing with the clerk of said Court proofs satisfactory to the Court of his having been admitted to practice in the courts of record in the country from which he came, and the certificate of at least two reputable members of the bar of this Court, certifying to his good moral character: Provided, said Court may require the applicant to submit to an examination by said Court as to his qualifications and knowledge of the law. Any one seeking admission to practice under this rule shall present a petition duly verified, stating his name, age, and former residence, the number of years he read law before having been admitted, and with whom and where, and by what court or courts admitted, and the number of years he has been in actual practice, and that he has declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States, and file the same with the clerk of this Court with the papers above referred to.