National Bank v. Omaha,
96 U.S. 737 (1877)

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National Bank v. Omaha, 96 U.S. 737 (1877)

National Bank v. Omaha

96 U.S. 737


1. Even though an appeal is asked for in open court, if the security is not taken until after the term, a citation must be issued to bring in the parties unless they voluntarily appear.

2. The ruling in O'Reilly v. Edrington, supra, p. 96 U. S. 724, that a judge or justice cannot delegate to the clerk the power to approve the security upon writs of error and appeals, approved, and applied to this case.

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