Docket No. 951
Decided: Wednesday, November 22nd, 1893
Opinion: 7 Wash. 615 (1893)
Court: Dunbar1 Court (1893-1894)
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HOLM v. GILCHRIST, 7 Wash. 615; 34 P. 1102 (1893).
SUPREME COURT OF WASHINGTON November 22, 1893, Decided Appeal from Superior Court, Pacific County.
Court: Appeal dismissed.
Counsel: Fulton Bros, for appellant. Arthur, Lindsay & King, for respondents.
Judge(s) STILES, J. DUNBAR, C. J., and HOYT, SCOTT and ANDERS, JJ., concur.
Opinion By: STILES STILES, J.--This was an equity case, and upon the 4th day of January, 1893, the judge who tried the cause made a certificate to a statement of facts on appeal, stating that it contained all the testimony and objections and exceptions to the acceptance and rejection of testimony. This is precisely the state of facts passed upon in Clark-Harris Company v. Douthitt, 4 Wash. 465 (30 P. 744). The motion to strike must, therefore, prevail, and the appeal be dismissed.
DUNBAR, C. J., and HOYT, SCOTT and ANDERS, JJ., concur.