Michigan Sugar Co. v. Michigan,
185 U.S. 112 (1902)

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Michigan Sugar Co. v. Michigan, 185 U.S. 112 (1902)

Michigan Sugar Company v. Michigan

Argued March 20-21, 1902

Decided April 7, 1902

185 U.S. 112


The rule reiterated that this Court has no jurisdiction under the third division of section 709 of the Revised Statutes unless the party seeking the writ of error has unmistakably invoked for the protection of an asserted right, title, privilege or immunity, the Constitution, or some treaty, statute, commission, or authority, of the United States.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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