In all cases of interpleader proceedings where the question is one of law and the
facts are not in dispute, the judge shall be at liberty at the judge's discretion
to decide the question without directing an action or issue, and (if the judge shall
think it desirable) to order that a special case be stated for the opinion of the
supreme court, and the proceedings upon such case shall (as nearly as may be) be the
same as upon a submission to the court according to law.
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