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TEXAS COURT RULEs.
17. The clerk shall not make such entry of an attorney's name
until he shall have filed his briefs; but he shall permit any attorney
who desires to make an appearance in the case before he files his
briefs, or without 'filing them at all, to place his name, in his own
handwrIting, upon the trial docket, opposite the name of the party
for whom he appears, and that shall be regarded by the court as having
whatever effect is given to the mere appearance of a party to a
case in court without brief filed.
18. The court will not enter upon the docket the names of attorneys
in a case, but counsel desiring their names entered shall see
that it is done under the foregoing rule before the case is called.
19. Counsel desiring to call the attention of the court to a tase
on the motion docket or trial docket, not then called in its regular
order, must, before doing so, provide himself with the number of the
case on the docket.
CALLING THE DOCKET.
20. The trial docket will be called in regular order, according to
the filing of the cases as they stand thereon, commencing with the
first of those that have not been previously submitted, but the court
shall not be required to take the submission of a case until the business
on hand will admit of a prompt disposition after the submission
has been taken.
21. Upon the call of the trial docket for the submission of cases,
either party may submit a cause if it appears to have been properly
prepared for submission on his part, unless, for good cause, the
court shall postpone the hearing to a further day, or by agreement
of counsel to a future day of the term, which will not be done so
as to interfere with the business of the court. This rule is subject
to exceptional cases given a preference to under some law or rule
of this court, and to the action of the court on motion for the postponement
and continuance of causes.
PREPARING A CAUSE FOR SUBMISSION.
22. A cause will be properly prepared for submission only when
a transcript of the record exhibits a cause prepared for appeal in
accordance with the rules prescribed for the government of the
district and county courts, and filed in the court under the rules, with
brief, of one or of both the parties, in accordance with the rules for
the government of the court. All parties will be expected, before
submission, to see that the transcript of the record is properly prepared,
and the mere failure to observe omissions or inaccuracies
therein will not be admitted, after submission, as a reason for correcting
the record or obtaining a rehearing.
23. Said record should contain an assignment of errors as re
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Moffett, James William. Gammel's Rules of the Courts of Texas, book, 1922; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth5836/m1/22/: accessed May 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .