In re Key,
189 U.S. 84 (1903)

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In re Key, 189 U.S. 84 (1903)

In re Key

No. 13

Argued April 6, 1903

Decided April 27, 1903

189 U.S. 84


Judgment before a justice of the peace of the District of Columbia against Key and Scott, and appeal to the Supreme Court of the District with a Guaranty Company as surety on the undertaking on appeal. Judgment in the latter court in favor of Scott, and against Key and the Guaranty Company. Appeal to the Court of Appeals by Key alone without summons and severance or any equivalent, and motion to dismiss for want of parties, and want of jurisdiction of such an appeal. Dismissed on the latter ground in accordance with previous ruling.

Held: that an application to this Court for a writ of mandamus to the Court of Appeals to reinstate the appeal and decide the case on the merits must be denied.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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