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$ 30. A commitment for contempt will be disturbed on habeas corpus by the Court of Appeals only when the judgment was void for want of jurisdiction of the party or subject-matter or want of power to issue the commitment.Ex parte Fowler (Okl. Cr. App.) 180.
§ 30. Under Wilson's Rev. & Ann. St. 1903, § 4867, a return showing imprisonment of petitioner under a judgment of a court of final judgment is an unanswerable return to a writ of habeas corpus.—Ex parte Caveness (Okl. Cr. #9 184; Ex parte McCann (Okl. Cr. App.)
§ 30. Under Wilson's Rev. & Ann. St. 1903, $ 4867, an application for habeas corpus will be denied where the court had jurisdiction, and has not exceeded its power in the sentence pro#ced-E- parte Cranford (Okl. Cr. App.) 4.
. § 30, Habeas corpus. does not lie to correct irregularity of proceeding where there is jurisdiction—Ex parte Brown (Okl. Cr. App.) 4 * .
§ 30. Determination whether Ballinger’s Ann. Codes & St. § 7035 (Pierce's Code, § 1554), continued in force as to homicide on May 14, 1909, by virtue of Cr. Code, § 42, or Laws 1901, Sp. Sess., p. 13, c. 6, held not reviewable by !'" corpus.—Ex parte Newcomb (Wash.)
$ 32. Error in drawing or selection of jurors, in that Laws 1909, p. 131, c. 73, is unconstitutional, does not go to the jurisdiction of the court, so as to be reviewable by habeas corpus. —Ex parte Newcomb (Wash.) 1042.
§ 32. Habeas corpus held not to lie to determine whether Ballinger's Ann. Code & St. §§ 7119, 7123 (Pierce's Code, §§ 1618, 1983), have been repealed by Laws 1909, p. 906, c. 249, § 52, where court having jurisdiction has decided the question.—Ex parte Hamilton (Wash.) 1046.
II. JURISDICTION, PROCEEDINGS, AND RELIEF.
$ 85. In habeas corpus proceedings by a mother to obtain custody of her child held by others, evidence of an adoption or attempted adoption of the child by the others, though not binding on the mother, was competent to show their intention and good faith.—Ex parte Fields (Wash.) 466.
$ 85. Evidence held to show that, when a mother left her child in a foundling hospital, She intended to abandon it in the Sense of relinquishing all claims that she had upon it, so that it might be legally disposed of by the hospital authorities; and, also, that she intended to abandon it s' after an attempted recovery of it by habeas corpus.—Ex parte Fields (Wash.) 466.
§ 92. An application for a writ of habeas corpus, on the ground that the proceedings under which a person was committed to an insane asylum were irregular, does not raise the question whether he has recovered his sanity, and is therefore entitled to be restored to competency. —Ex parte Lewis (Cal. App.) 774
§ 92. Under Pol. Code, § 2168, what is a “reasonable opportunity” held left to the sound discretion of the court, to be exercised in view of the surrounding circumstances of each particular case, and, where it does not appear on the face of the proceedings that such discretion has been abused, the judgment of the court will not be disturbed on habeas corpus.-Ex parte Lewis (Cal. App.) 774.
$ 92. Under Ballinger's Ann. Codes & St. $ 5826 (Pierce's Code, , § 1376), habeas corpus cannot be used as a writ of error, and the court on habeas corpus can only determine whether