The prisoner, who was wanted on an indictment in Iowa, had been apprehended in Minnesota under a rendition warrant issued by the governor of that state upon the requisition of the governor of Iowa. Habeas corpus proceedings were brought in the lower court to test the validity of the warrant, but the prisoner was remanded to the custody of the sheriff. He appealed this decision, and made application to fix bail pending the appeal. Held, it is doubtful if the court has the power to admit to bail after the governor's warrant has been issued, and even if the court has the power no special circumstances were shown in this case for its application. State ex rel. Hildebrand v. Moeller, 182 Minn. 369, 234 N.W. 649 (1931).