Coombs v. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co.

No. 3,299 | Ind. Ct. App. | Dec 19, 1900

Black, J.

When a pleading is struck out or rejected, it will not constitute part of the record of the cause unless saved by bill of exceptions or order of court. Stott v. Smith, 70 Ind. 298" court="Ind." date_filed="1880-05-15" href="https://app.midpage.ai/document/stott-v-smith-7043569?utm_source=webapp" opinion_id="7043569">70 Ind. 298; *7Dunn v. Tousey, 80 Ind. 288" court="Ind." date_filed="1881-11-15" href="https://app.midpage.ai/document/dunn-v-tousey-7044909?utm_source=webapp" opinion_id="7044909">80 Ind. 288; Peck v. Board, etc., 87 Ind. 221.

Interrogatories propounded to a party, filed -with, the pleadings, and the answers thereto, will not constitute part of the record on appeal unless properly made such by hill of exceptions or order of court. Stott v. Smith, supra; Close v. Pittsburgh, etc., R. Co., 150 Ind. 560" court="Ind." date_filed="1898-05-24" href="https://app.midpage.ai/document/close-v-pittsburgh-cincinnati-chicago--st-louis-railway-co-7053424?utm_source=webapp" opinion_id="7053424">150 Ind. 560.

Judgment affirmed.