Seney v. Swift & Co.
260 U.S. 146 (1922)

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Seney v. Swift & Co., 260 U.S. 146 (1922)

State of Ohio ex Rel. Seney v. Swift & Company

No. 67

Argued October 16, 1922

Decided November 13, 1922

260 U.S. 146

Syllabus

Where litigant appeals to the circuit court of appeals in a case involving the jurisdiction of the district court and other questions, but confines the controversy there to the jurisdictional question alone, the judgment of the circuit court of appeals sustaining its own jurisdiction and affirming the district court is final, and this Court is without power to review it. Jud.Code, §§ 128, 238; Judiciary Act of 1891. P. 260 U. S. 148.

Appeal to review 270 F. 141, dismissed.

Appeal from a decree of the circuit court of appeals sustaining its jurisdiction and affirming a decree of the district court that dismissed the appellant's complaint upon the merits after removal of the suit from a state court.

Page 260 U. S. 147

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