In re Hien,
166 U.S. 432 (1897)

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In re Hien, 166 U.S. 432 (1897)

In re Hien

No. 16. Original

Argued March 22, 1897

Decided April 12, 1897

166 U.S. 432


The Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia was duly authorized by § 6 of the act creating the court, as well as by § 6 as amended by the act of July 20, 1894, to make rules limiting the time of taking appeals to the court from the decisions of the Commissioner of Patents, and there was no restriction on this power by reason of Rev.Stat. § 4894.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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