Baltzer & Taaks v. North Carolina, 161 U.S. 246 (1896)

U.S. Supreme Court

Baltzer & Taaks v. North Carolina, 161 U.S. 246 (1896)

Baltzer and Taaks v. North Carolina

No. 52

Argued February 3-4, 1896

Decided March 2, 1896

161 U.S. 246

Syllabus

Baltzer v. North Carolina, ante, 161 U. S. 240, followed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

Page 161 U. S. 247

U.S. Supreme Court

Baltzer & Taaks v. North Carolina, 161 U.S. 246 (1896)

Baltzer and Taaks v. North Carolina

No. 52

Argued February 3-4, 1896

Decided March 2, 1896

161 U.S. 246

ERROR TO THE SUPREME COURT

OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

Syllabus

Baltzer v. North Carolina, ante, 161 U. S. 240, followed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

Page 161 U. S. 247

MR. JUSTICE WHITE delivered the opinion of the Court.

The claim presented in this case to the Supreme Court of the State of North Carolina differs somewhat from that relied on in that court in the case of Baltzer v. North Carolina, No. 93 of the docket of this Court. The question of the power in the state court to give the relief prayed for was by it decided adversely to the plaintiff in error upon grounds identical with those considered by us in the case just decided. Our reasons for affirmance there expressed are conclusive of the issues here, and consequently the judgment is

Affirmed.

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