Ex Parte Hughes,
114 U.S. 548 (1885)

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Ex Parte Hughes, 114 U.S. 548 (1885)

Ex Parte Hughes

Decided May 4, 1885

114 U.S. 548


The respondent in an original petition to this Court for a writ of mandamus which is denied, cannot tax as costs his disbursements for printing briefs, but a docket fee and disbursements for printing objections in the nature of pleadings are taxable.

After announcement of the judgment in this cause, ante, 114 U. S. 147, the respondent moved to tax as costs, 1, a docket fee, and 2, his disbursements for printing briefs of counsel, and objections to filing a reply to the relator to the return of the respondent.

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