Appeal from Circuit Court, Bell County
Preston Hendrickson Vs. Bell County Court
ACTION: Dismissed


Court of Appeals of Kentucky.
PRESTON HENDRICKSON
v.
BELL COUNTY COURT.
Mar. 20, 1886.

OPINION BY JUDGE PRYOR:
The appellant, Preston Hendrickson, made application to the county judge of Bell county to grant him license to keep a tavern, with the privilege of retailing spirituous liquors. The application was refused on the ground that a legislative enactment, applicable to Bell and some adjoining counties, prohibited the sale of spirituous liquors within those counties. We find no law authorizing an appeal from the county court to this court upon such a question. The appeal may be taken to the circuit court, and there the facts may be agreed, as provided by the code, with a view of bringing the case to this court.

The appeal is therefore dismissed.
Leonard Farmer, for appellant.
Jno. Goodin, for appellee.



    

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