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HOLLON PARKER, PETITIONER, 131 U. S. 221 (1889)
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Hollon Parker, Petitioner, 131 U.S. 221 (1889)
Hollon Parker, Petitioner
No. 5, Original
Submitted April 28, 1889
Decided May 13, 1889
131 U.S. 221
An appeal taken from the judgment of a district court in Washington Territory to the supreme court, under the Territorial Act of November 23, 1883, in relation to the removal of causes to the supreme court, is a matter of right, if taken within the prescribed time, and no notice of intention to take it need be given.
Rights, under our system of law and procedure, do not rest in the discretionary authority of any officer, judicial or otherwise.
The chambers of a district judge of Washington Territory who is also a judge of the supreme court of the territory may be held whilst he is in attendance upon the supreme court at the place where such court is sitting, although it be without the territorial limits of his district, and at such chambers he may receive notice of an appeal from a judgment rendered by him within his district.
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