Decided: February 2, 1931.
JAMES LEWIS JOHNSON, APPELLANT,
THE BOARD OF EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, RESPONDENT
On appeal from the Supreme Court, whose per curiam is printed in 8 N.J. Mis. R. 177.
For the appellant, Robert Queen.
For the respondent, William A. Stevens, attorney-general, and Robert Peacock, assistant attorney-general.
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Everything else swept aside this appears to be an appeal from a conclusion of the Supreme Court not to allow a writ
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of certiorari to review the proceedings and judgment of the respondent.
It is enough for us to say that the allowance of such a writ, in a matter of this character, is not a matter of right in the party seeking such review but is a matter lodged in the sound discretion of the Supreme Court and the exercise of that discretion by that court is not subject to review.
The appeal is dismissed.