Bean v. Patterson,
110 U.S. 401 (1884)

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Bean v. Patterson, 110 U.S. 401 (1884)

Bean v. Patterson

Submitted January 28, 1884

Decided February 4, 1884

110 U.S. 401


When a party has printed the transcript of the record at his own expense, the case may be docketed without security for the fee allowed the clerk by Rule 24, § 7, but the printed copies cannot be delivered to the Justice or the parties for use on final hearing or on any motion in the progress of the cause unless the fee is paid when demanded by the clerk in time to enable him to make his examinations and perform his other duties in connection with the copies.

Motion for leave to docket an appeal, without security for payment of fees for printing.

Page 110 U. S. 402

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