Winous Point Shooting Club v. Caspersen,
193 U.S. 189 (1904)

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Winous Point Shooting Club v. Caspersen, 193 U.S. 189 (1904)

Winous Point Shooting Club v. Caspersen

No. 163

Argued February 24, 1904

Decided March 7, 1904

193 U.S. 189


Federal questions cannot be raised in this Court which did not arise below, and where no federal question is otherwise raised, and the only provision of the Constitution referred to in the assignment of errors in the state Court has no application, an averment of its violation creates no real federal question, and the writ of error will be dismissed.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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