328 S.W.2d 531
Court of Appeals of Kentucky.
Ellis MESSER, Appellant, v. COMMONWEALTH of Kentucky, Appellee.
Oct. 23, 1959.


Appeal from Circuit Court, Knox County; Sampson B. Knuckles, Judge.
Carlos B. Pope, J. B. Campbell, Barbourville, for appellant.
Jo M. Ferguson, Atty. Gen., William F. Simpson, Asst. Atty. Gen., for appellee.

PER CURIAM.
Motion for an appeal from the Knox Circuit Court, Hon. Sampson B. Knuckles, Judge, from a judgment convicting appellant of possessing intoxicating liquor for the purpose of sale in local option territory and fixing his punishment at a fine of $50 and confinement in the county jail for 30 days. We have carefully examined the record and find no error therein.

The motion for an appeal is denied, and the judgment is affirmed.

Ky.,1959
MESSER v. COMMONWEALTH
328 S.W.2d 531


     

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