An official copy of certain proceedings in a court. Thus, any person interested in a judgment or other record of a court can obtain a transcript of it. U. S. v. Gaussen, 19 Wall. 212, 22 L. Ed. 41; State v. Board of Equalization, 7 Nev. 95; Hastings School Dist. v. Caldwell, 10 Neb. 08, 19 N. W. 034; Dearborn v. Patton, 4 Or. 01.
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