Power v. Baker,
112 U.S. 710 (1884)

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Power v. Baker, 112 U.S. 710 (1884)

Power v. Baker

Submitted November 21, 1884

Decided December 15, 1884

112 U.S. 710


Motions to vacate a supersedeas and other motions of that kind made before the record is printed must be accompanied by a statement of the facts on which they rest, agreed to by the parties, or supported by printed copies of so much of the record as will enable the Court to act understandingly, without reference to the transcript on file.

This was a motion to vacate a supersedeas.

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