Railroad Company v. Collector,
96 U.S. 594 (1877)

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Railroad Company v. Collector, 96 U.S. 594 (1877)

Railroad Company v. Collector

96 U.S. 594


1. Under the provisions of the Act of March 3, 1877, 19 Stat. 344, the cost of printing all records in this Court, after Oct. 1 in that year, which is paid by the government, must be taxed against the losing party.

2. The appellee, the successful party in this Court, caused the printing of the record after said last-mentioned date, to be done at his own expense but at a cost no greater than if the work had been done at the government printing office. Held that such cost be taxed against the appellant.

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