State ex rel. Roshon v. Auble, No. 25720.

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Ohio
Writing for the CourtPER CURIAM.
PartiesSTATE ex rel. ROSHON v. AUBLE et al., Board of Aid for Aged of Medina County.
Docket NumberNo. 25720.
Decision Date04 March 1936

130 Ohio St. 485
200 N.E. 507

STATE ex rel. ROSHON
v.
AUBLE et al., Board of Aid for Aged of Medina County.

No. 25720.

Supreme Court of Ohio.

March 4, 1936.


Mandamus action by the State, on the relation of one Roshon, against Auble and others, Board of Aid for Aged of Medina County.-[Editorial Statement.]

Petition dismissed.


[Ohio St. 485]L. Ashley Pelton and Harold L. Williams, both of Medina, for relator.

R. E. Snedden, of Medina, Pros. Atty., for respondents.


PER CURIAM.

This cause came on to be heard upon the motion of the relator for judgment on the pleadings, and was argued by counsel. On consideration whereof it is ordered and adjudged that the petition be dismissed at the costs of the respondents; it appearing from the pleadings and statement of counsel that the relator is entitled to the office, has been appointed to the office since this proceeding was instituted, is now in office, and the respondents are not ocntesting his incumbency.

Petition dismissed.

WEYGANDT, C. J., and STEPHENSON, WILLIAMS, JONES, MATTHIAS, DAY, and ZIMMERMAN, JJ., concur.

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1 practice notes
  • State ex rel. Jenkins v. Long
    • United States
    • Ohio Court of Appeals
    • September 20, 1946
    ...possibly be remedied or no right could possibly be enforced or promoted, the writ will be refused.' In State ex rel. Roshan v. Auble, 130 Ohio St. 485, 200 N.E. 507, the entire opinion of the Court is as follows: ‘This cause came on to be heard upon the motion of the relator for judgment on......
1 cases
  • State ex rel. Jenkins v. Long
    • United States
    • Ohio Court of Appeals
    • September 20, 1946
    ...possibly be remedied or no right could possibly be enforced or promoted, the writ will be refused.' In State ex rel. Roshan v. Auble, 130 Ohio St. 485, 200 N.E. 507, the entire opinion of the Court is as follows: ‘This cause came on to be heard upon the motion of the relator for judgment on......

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