Mellon v. O'Neil,
275 U.S. 212 (1927)

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Mellon v. O'Neil, 275 U.S. 212 (1927)

Mellon v. O'Neil

No. 74

Submitted October 26, 1927

Decided November 21, 1927

275 U.S. 212


This Court acquires no jurisdiction to review the judgment of a state court of last resort on writ of error unless it affirmatively

Page 275 U. S. 213

appears upon the face of the record that a federal question constituting an appropriate ground for such review was presented in and expressly or necessarily decided by such state court. P. 275 U. S. 214.

Writ of Error to 215 App.Div. 766 dismissed; certiorari denied.

Error to a judgment of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York which affirmed a judgment of the Trial Term. Leave to appeal to the court of appeals was denied.

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