Perrine v. SlackAnnotate this Case
164 U.S. 452 (1896)
U.S. Supreme Court
Perrine v. Slack, 164 U.S. 452 (1896)
Perrine v. Slack
Submitted October 13, 1896
Decided November 30, 1896
164 U.S. 452
The controversy in this case being between the mother and the testamentary guardian of infant children, each claiming the right to their custody and care, the matter in dispute is of such a nature as to be incapable of being reduced to any pecuniary standard of value, and for this, and for the reasons given in Chapman v. United States, ante,164 U. S. 436, it is held that this Court has no jurisdiction to review judgments of the Court of Appeals under such circumstances.
The court also declines to pass upon the question whether the action of the Court of Appeals, after the writ of error had been granted, was or was not improvident.
The case is stated in the opinion.
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