Notley v. Brown,
208 U.S. 429 (1908)

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Notley v. Brown, 208 U.S. 429 (1908)

Notley v. Brown

No. 68

Argued January 24, 1908

Decided February 24, 1908

208 U.S. 429


Harrison v. Magoon, 205 U. S. 501, followed to effect that the Act of March 3, 1905, c. 1465, 33 Stat. 1035, did not operate retroactively, and that this Court has no authority to review judgments of the Supreme Court of Hawaii rendered prior to that date which could not be reviewed under the previous act.

In this case, it was held that the writ of error could not be sustained as to the judgment referred to therein because entered prior to March 3, 1905, and also that it could not be sustained as to a judgment in the same suit entered after the writ of error had been sued out,

The facts are stated in the opinion.

Page 208 U. S. 433

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