STATE OF MISSOURI, EX REL. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY v. PUBLIC

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United States Supreme Court

STATE OF MISSOURI, EX REL. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY v. PUBLIC, (1927)

No. 21

Argued:     Decided: October 24, 1927

Messrs. Charles Nagel, Charles M. Polk and Marion C. Early, all of St. Louis, Mo., for plaintiffs in error.

Mr. J. P. Painter, of Jefferson City, Mo., for defendant in error Public Service Commission of Missouri.

Mr. Theodore Rassieur, of St. Louis, Mo., for defendant in error Union Electric Light & Power Co.

PER CURIAM.

The writs of error are dismissed on the authority of Section 237 of the Judicial Code, as amended by the act of February 13, 1925 (43 Stat. 936, 937 (28 USCA 344; Comp. St. 1214)), for lack of jurisdiction. Treating [275 U.S. 489, 490]   the writs of error as applications for certiorari, the applications are denied for want of a substantial Federal question on the authority of Shulthis v. McDougal, 225 U.S. 561, 569 , 32 S. Ct. 704; Hull v. Burr, 234 U.S. 712, 720 , 34 S. Ct. 892; Norton v. Whiteside, 239 U.S. 144, 147 , 36 S. Ct. 97.

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