Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Sec. 2||Circuit court of appeals; jurisdiction.|
|Sec. 13|| Appeals, etc., from Indian Territory court.
[26 Stat., 829.]
1889, Mar. 1, c. 333, ante, p. 39.
1890, May 28, c. 182, s. 29, 30. ante, pp. 47, 48.
1895, Mar. 1, c. 145, post p. 70.
1896, Feb. 8,c. 14, post p. 77.
Be it enacted, etc., * * *
That there is hereby created in each circuit a circuit court of appeals, which shall consist of three judges, of whom two shall constitute a quorum, and which shall be a court of record with appellate jurisdiction, as is hereafter limited and established.
Appeals and writs of error may be taken and prosecuted from the decisions of the United States court in the Indian Territory to the Supreme Court of the United States, or to the circuit court of appeals in the eighth circuit, in the same manner and under the same regulations as from the circuit or district courts of the United States, under this act. * * * [March 3, 1891.]