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SASS & CRAWFORD v. THOMAS.

decided: March 22, 1909.

SASS & CRAWFORD
v.
THOMAS.



ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT.

[ 214 U.S. Page 490]

Per Curiam: The writ of error is dismissed for want of jurisdiction on authority of Laurel Oil Co. v. Morrison, 212 U.S. 291, decided February 23, 1909.

 Syllabus FOOTNOTES

1 The headnote in Laurel Oil Co. v. Morrison is as follows:

"Where a statute provides for an appeal or a writ of error to a specific court it must be regarded as a repeal of any previous statute providing for an appeal or a writ of error to another court. Brown v. United States, 171 U.S. 631.

"Decisions of the Court of Appeals of the United States for the Indian Territory are final except as made subject to review by some express statutory provision.

"The provisions in ยง 12 of the act of March 3, 1905, c. 1479, 33 Stat. 1081, for appeals and writs of error from the United States courts in Indian Territory to the United States Court of Appeals in the Indian Territory, and from that court to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit are exclusive; and there is now no appeal or writ of error in such cases from the Circuit Court of Appeals of the Eighth Circuit to this court."

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