McGowan v. Parish
228 U.S. 312 (1913)

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McGowan v. Parish, 228 U.S. 312 (1913)

McGowan v. Parish

No. ___

Submitted January 13, 1913

Decided April 14, 1913

228 U.S. 312


An appeal lies from a decree of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia under subd. 6 of § 250 of the Judicial Code where the construction of a law of the United States of general application was drawn in question and was considered and passed upon, and so held that an appeal should have been allowed in this case, as § 3477, Rev.Stat., is such a statute, and the case is not so frivolous as to deprive of the right of appeal allowed by § 250.

Appeal from 40 Wash. 726 allowed.

The facts, which involve the construction of the provisions of § 250 of the Judicial Code regulating appeals to

Page 228 U. S. 313

this Court from judgments and decrees of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, are stated in the opinion.

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