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The purpose of this paper is neither to repeat nor to explain the rules of the Supreme Court of Montana, for they are freely available to everyone in printed form and are self-explanatory. My purpose is to suggest and consider some ideas which the general subject suggests, including some questions presented by the dual authority of judicial and legislative branches over court procedure, and finally to discuss the present court's attitude toward its rules.

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