PEOPLE v. MASON, 144 Cal. 770 (1904)

78 P. 1113

THE PEOPLE, Respondent, v. ALFRED D. MASON, Appellant.

L.A. No. 1451.Supreme Court of California, Department Two.
September 21, 1904.

APPEAL from an order of the Superior Court of San Diego County denying a motion to vacate a judgment. E.S. Torrance, Judge.

The motion was made on the twenty-second day of May, 1903, to vacate a judgment entered December 7, 1896, foreclosing a certificate of purchase against the defendant, rendered upon the publication of summons, on the alleged ground that it was void. The facts in the case and principles of law involved are substantially the same as those set forth in the case of People
v. Norris, ante, p. 422.

F.D. Brandon, and Edwin A. Wells, for Appellant.

U.S. Webb, Attorney-General, George A. Sturtevant, Deputy Attorney-General, and Cassius Carter, District Attorney, for Respondent.

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This case is in principle similar to that of People v. Norris, ante, p. 422, just decided, and on the authority of that case the judgment is affirmed.