Defendant was indicted for unlawful possession of liquor. He offered no substantial defense, and the trial judge, in charging the jury, said that while they were sole judges of the facts, "that on the undisputed evidence this man is guilty, and it is your duty to convict him." On appeal, the circuit court held that the charge, while drastic, was not error, as there were no controverted facts, and hence nothing for the jury to do but convict. United States v. Notto, (C. C. A. 2d, 1932) 61 F. (2d) 781.