What is Docket Fee?

Legal Definition
An attorney's fee, of a fixed sum, chargeable with or as a part of the costs of the action, for the attorney of the successful party ; so called because chargeable on the docket, not as a fee for making docket entries. Bank v. Neill, 13 Mont. 377, 34 Pac. l8O: Goodyear v. Sawyer (C. Oil 17 Fed. 2,
-- Black's Law Dictionary