Steever v. RickmanAnnotate this Case
109 U.S. 74 (1888)
U.S. Supreme Court
Steever v. Rickman, 109 U.S. 74 (1883)
Steever v. Rickman
Submitted October 22, 1883
Decided October 23, 1888
109 U.S. 74
If, through fault of the party prosecuting a cause in this Court, printed copies of the record are not furnished to the Justices or parties, the writ on appeal will be dismissed for want of prosecution unless good cause be shown to the contrary. The fees of the clerk of this Court must be paid in advance when demanded.
Motion to use printed record without paying clerk's fee.
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