Houston Oil Co. v. Goodrich,
245 U.S. 440 (1918)

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Houston Oil Co. v. Goodrich, 245 U.S. 440 (1918)

Houston Oil Co. v. Goodrich

No. 76

Argued November 21, 22, 1917

Decided January 7, 1918

245 U.S. 440


A writ of certiorari, if improvidently granted, will be dismissed. So held where the alleged error consisted in refusing to submit certain questions to the jury in an action over the title to land, and where the ruling of the District Court depended essentially on an appreciation of the evidence, and were concurred in by the circuit court of appeals.

Writ of certiorari to review.

226 F. 434 dismissed.

. The case is stated in the opinion.

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