United States v. Rimer
220 U.S. 547 (1911)

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United States v. Rimer, 220 U.S. 547 (1911)

United States v. Rimer

No. 963

Argued April 26, 1911

Decided May 15, 1911

220 U.S. 547


When certiorari is granted on the basis that the decision below involved principles of far-reaching effect and overthrew settled administrative construction, and it appeals on the argument that the decision does not deal with such principles or have such effect, and that the action of the court below was not, either as to its character or importance, within the scope of the grant of power given by the Judiciary Act of 1891 to review by certiorari, the writ will be dismissed.

The facts, which involve t he jurisdiction of this Copurt in regard to the scope of the grant of power under the Judiciary Act of 1891 to review judgments of the Circuit Courts of Appeal, are stated in the opinion.

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