In re Alix,
166 U.S. 136 (1897)

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In re Alix, 166 U.S. 136 (1897)

In re Alix

No. 15, Original

Argued March 1, 1897

Decided March 16, 1897

166 U.S. 136


Applying to the facts as stated in the opinion of the Court the settled rules in reference to writs of prohibition laid down in In re Rice, 166 U. S. 396, 166 U. S. 402, it is held that a proper case is not made for awarding such a writ.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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