An officer of a court of justice who has charge of the clerical part of its business, who keeps its records and seal, issues process, enters judgments and orders, gives certified copies from the records, etc. Peterson v. State. 45 Wis. 540; Ross v. Ileathcock. 57 Wis. S9. 15 N. W. 9; Gordon v. State, 2 Tex. App. 154; II. S. v. Warren, 12 Okl. 350, 71 Pac. 085
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