PEOPLE OF STATE OF NEW YORK EX REL SACKETT v. LYNCH
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291 U.S. 652 (1934)
U.S. Supreme Court
PEOPLE OF STATE OF NEW YORK EX REL SACKETT v. LYNCH, 291 U.S. 652 (1934)
291 U.S. 652
The PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, on the relation of Harry P. SACKETT, appellant,
Thomas M. LYNCH et al., constituting the State Tax Commission of the State of New York.*
Supreme Court of the United States
March 19, 1934
Messrs. Jerome A. Weiss, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Wm. F. Unger, of New York City, for appellants.
Messrs. John J. Bennett, Jr., Atty. Gen., Henry Epstein, of New York City, and Joseph M. Mesnig, of Albany, N. Y., for appellees.
For opinion below, see 263 N. Y. 568, 189 N. E. 701.
The motion of the appellees to dismiss the appeal herein is granted, and the appeal is dismissed for the want of a properly presented federal question, kipley v. Illinois, 170 U.S. 182, 186, 187 S., 18 S. Ct. 550; Layton v. Missouri, 187 U.S. 356, 358, 23 S. Ct. 137; Jacobi v. Alabama, 187 U.S. 133, 135, 23 S. Ct. 48; Saltonstall v. Saltonstall, 276 U.S. 260, 267, 268 S., 48 S. Ct. 225.
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