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May 16 1892 (FN)

Glenn Vs. Marbury

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-16-1892

..... to proceed without unnecessary delay "to collect all the debts, claims, and moneys payable, which are hereby granted or assigned." on the 31st of december, 1866, the court appointed a receiver of the money, property, and effects of the express company, "with all the powers, rights, and obligations usual in ..... 'donnell, trustees, among other property, all moneys payable "on calls or assessments on the stock of the company;" and the order of december 31, 1866, in the reynolds suit vested in the receiver, as trustee, "assessments due on stock," and directed him to proceed in the collection and recovery of ..... and others who may be interested in the same, with all the powers, rights, and authority of a trustee appointed by this court, or acting within its jurisdiction and control." "such receiver shall have all the powers and authority which ordinarily belong to such trustee, and the said defendants, ..... of the express company, filed an answer. the company appeared and adopted as its own the answer of kelly. on the 23d of august, 1866, an order of injunction was issued restraining the defendants "from collecting or taking any proceedings to collect or enforce from the complainant the payment of ..... of that company. the facts necessary to be stated in order to show fully the grounds of the defense are as follows: in august, 1866, josiah reynolds, a citizen of maryland and a stockholder of the national express and transportation company, suing on behalf of himself and all stockholders .....

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Sep 29 1892 (PC)

Simanapalli Krishnamma Vs. Rongali Suranna and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-29-1892

Reported in : (1893)3MLJ54

..... enacts by section 68 that registered instruments described in clauses 1 and 2 of section 16 of the act shall have priority over unregistered instruments.6. act xx of 1866, a consolidation act, recites the expediency of consolidating the law relating to the registration of assurances and by section 50 enacts ..... , take effect against every unregistered instrument relating to the same property.7. act viii of 1871 repeals act xx of 1866 and is repealed by act iii of 1877 the registration act now in force, but section 50 of act viii of 1871 is re-enacted and is as follows :--'every document of ..... away' with the doctrine of notice which has never since been expressly revived. there is nothing about notice to be found in the acts of 1864, 1866, 1871 or 1873.' 'have we any right,' say the learned judges, 'to import this doctrine were we to do so, notice ..... and have been considered to have declared the effect of section 50 of act iii of 1877 on the rights of subsequent purchasers who have notice of prior unregistered instruments in this presidency. the high court of calcutta differs from madras on this subject.. in i.l.r 10 c 1073 ..... 1866, the principle of those decisions is equally applicable and that ' if the defendant was in possession when the mortgage deed was executed to plaintiff or plaintiff had otherwise notice of defendant's purchase, then the plaintiff could derive no advantage from the registration of his mortgage.'15. the allahaba4 high court agrees with the decisions of the calcutta .....

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Dec 16 1892 (PC)

Krishnamma Vs. Suranna and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-16-1892

Reported in : (1893)ILR16Mad148

..... enacts by section 68 that registered instruments described in clauses 1 and 2 of section 16 of the act shall have priority over unregistered instrument section6. act xx of 1866, a consolidation act, recites the expediency of consolidating the law relating to the registration of assurances, and by section 50 ..... registered, take effect against every unregistered instrument relating to the same property.7. act viii of 1871 repeals act xx of 1866 and is repealed by act iii of 1877, the registration act now in force, but section 50 of act viii of 1871 is re-enacted, and is as follows: ' every ..... did away' with the doctrine of notice which has never since been expressly revived. there is nothing about notice to be found in the acts of 1864, 1866, 1871 and 1873. ' have we any right,' say the learned judges, ' to import this doctrine? were we to do so ..... have been considered to have declared the effect of section 50 of act iii of 1877 on the rights of subsequent purchasers who have notice of prior unregistered instruments in this presidency. the high court of calcutta differs from madras on this subject. in nani bibee v. hafizullah ..... 1866, the principle of those decisions is equally applicable and that 'if the defendant was in possession when the mortgage-deed was executed to plaintiff or plaintiff had otherwise notice of defendant's purchase, then the plaintiff could derive no advantage from the registration of his mortgage.'15. the allahabad high court agrees with the decisions of the calcutta .....

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Jan 04 1892 (FN)

Charlotte, C. and A. R. Co. Vs. Gibbes

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-04-1892

..... the operation of their roads, which may be exercised by direct legislation commanding or forbidding, under severe penalties, page 142 u. s. 394 the doing or omission of particular acts, or it may be exercised through commissioners specially appointed for that purpose. the mode or manner of regulation is a matter of legislative discretion. when exercised through commissioners, their services ..... the commissioners, in any way be in violation of the provisions of the act, the commissioners are to notify the railroad companies in writing of their objections thereto, specifying them, and if the railroad companies, after such notice, fail or neglect page 142 ..... railroad company or companies are to be submitted to the commissioners for their inspection and approval, so far as they may be affected by any of the provisions of the act for securing to all persons just, equal, and reasonable facilities for transportation of freight and passengers, and if the contracts, agreements, or arrangements shall, in the opinion of ..... railroad resulting in the loss of life, and of any accident not so resulting, which shall require investigation, and to make annual reports to the legislature of their official acts, including such statements and explanations as will disclose the actual working of the system of railroad transportation in its bearing upon the business and prosperity of the state, with such .....

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Jan 04 1892 (FN)

Stutsman County Vs. Wallace

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-04-1892

..... taxable. we think the conclusion inadmissible that the legislature intended that the treasurer should be held responsible for the mistakes or wrongful acts of other officers when acting in strict compliance with the exigency of the process committed to him. it has been ruled that where an officer knows of ..... , said: "whatever may have been the conflict at one time in the adjudged cases as to the extent of protection afforded to ministerial officers acting in obedience to process, or orders issued to them by tribunals or officers invested by law with authority to pass upon and determine particular facts ..... or infirmities, such treasurer was fully protected from personal liability in collecting the taxes upon all property contained in his list so long as he acted strictly within the statute; that the law furnished his authority for selling the property for delinquent taxes; that the warrant, with the tax list ..... proceedings of jurisdiction, but until such erroneous decision is modified or set aside by the proper tribunal, all officers with subsequent functions may safely act thereon; that the rule of caveat emptor applied to the plaintiff, and that there was no right of recovery at common law. it was ..... of jurisdiction, and that, until such erroneous decision is modified or set aside by the proper tribunal, all officers with subsequent functions may safely act thereon, and that the rule of caveat emptor applies to a purchaser at a tax sale thereunder. (2) that under those laws a county .....

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Jan 28 1892 (PC)

Queen Empress Vs. P. Sommanna

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-28-1892

Reported in : (1892)2MLJ120

..... amounts to such obstruction as is contemplated in section 186. the use of the word 'voluntarily' seems to us to indicate that the legislature contemplated the commission of some overt act of obstruction and did not intend to render penal mere passive conduct. it was not asserted that petitioner barricaded his doors or assaulted the commissioner or took any active step ..... be made of all the goods and chattels in the house of the principal merchant in the place. all that is found is that the commissioner, who appears to have acted throughout in a very injudicious manner, read out the order and asked the petitioner to be allowed to carry it out, and that petitioner without giving any answer remained inside .....

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Jan 28 1892 (PC)

Queen-empress Vs. Sommanna

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-28-1892

Reported in : (1892)ILR15Mad221

..... amounts to such obstruction as is contemplated in section 186. the use of the word 'voluntarily' seems to us to indicate that the legislature contemplated the commission of some overt act of obstruction, and did not intend to render penal mere passive conduct. it was not asserted that petitioner barricaded his doors or assaulted the commissioner, or took any active step ..... be made of all the goods and chattels in the house of the principal merchant, in the place. all that is found is that the commissioner, who appears to have acted throughout in a very injudicious manner, read out the order and asked the petitioner to be allowed to carry it out, and that petitioner, without giving any answer, remained inside .....

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Nov 07 1892 (FN)

Earnshaw Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-07-1892

..... up in his absence, and of his clerk to appear and ask for a further postponement of the hearing, we cannot say that the appraisers acted unreasonably in proceeding ex parte and imposing the additional duties without a waiting the return of the defendant. indeed, if a court of justice should ..... absence. under such circumstances, the appraiser might reasonably expect that he would leave some one to represent him, or at least that his clerk would act upon his notification to appear on the 25th, and ask for a further postponement on the ground of the defendant's continued absence, if the personal ..... respect either to the notice of the trial, adjournments, allowance of pleas, the reception of testimony, or other incidental proceedings, the court has or has not acted in the exercise of a sound and reasonable discretion. the subject is fully discussed in people v. superior court, 5 wend. 114. the tribunal in this ..... appraiser telegraphed in reply: "your cases adjourned to tuesday, march 25th, 12 m." on march 31, in the absence of earnshaw and with no one acting for him, the reappraisement was made, and for the page 146 u. s. 62 difference between the amount he had paid and the amount thus ascertained ..... in his absence, and of his clerk to appear and ask for a further postponement of the hearing, the court could not say that the appraisers acted unreasonably in proceeding ex parte and in imposing the additional duties without awaiting his return. this cause was first argued on the 3d and 4th of .....

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May 16 1892 (FN)

Rossman Vs. Hedden

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-16-1892

..... earthenware were considered different things, and that tiles were always associated with bricks as similar things. it is argued that this distinction was intended to be preserved in the act under consideration; but we are of opinion that this conclusion does not follow, and that it was the intention of congress to place all of the articles in ..... roofing and paving tile, not specially enumerated or provided for in this act, twenty percentum ad valorem. " "slates, slate pencils, slate chimney pieces, mantels, slabs, for tables, and all other manufactures of slate, thirty percentum ad valorem. " "roofing slates, twenty- ..... fifty-five percentum ad valorem. " "all other earthen, stone, and crockery ware, white, glazed, or edged, composed of earthy or mineral substances, not specially enumerated or provided for in this act, fifty-five percentum ad valorem. " "stoneware above the capacity of ten gallons, twenty percentum ad valorem. " "encaustic tiles, thirty-five percentum ad valorem. " "brick, fire-brick, and ..... cover the articles imported by the plaintiff here as they appear and have been described by the witnesses. therefore, unless they are covered by some other provision of the tariff act, they must be held dutiable as earthenware, and the determination of the collector in that respect sustained." "to which the plaintiff, by his counsel, then and there excepted .....

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Apr 25 1892 (FN)

Sessions Vs. Romadka

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-25-1892

..... and an improvement upon, the ordinary lock. in short, it is a modification of the spring lock previously used upon trunks. the roulstone patent of 1866 is for an improvement in traveling bags, and shows a spring-locking device for securing the two parts of the bag firmly together. it has no ..... doubtful case, something must be left to the judgment of the patentee, who appears in this case to have complied with the alternative provision of the act in affixing a label to the packages in which the fasteners were shipped and sold. he testified in this connection that, with the two small sizes, ..... the suit goes only to the recovery of costs. we adhere to that construction. congress, having in the revised statutes adopted the language used in the act of 1837, must be considered to have adopted also the construction given by this court to this sentence, and made it a part of the enactment. ..... recollect the conversation, there is nothing to disprove mr. sessions' version of it, nor is it strange that miller did not recollect it, as he acted as assignee in some six or seven hundred cases, and could hardly be expected to remember all the transactions connected with them. it is undisputed that shepard ..... from claiming any title or exercising any dominion over such patent or the invention thereby secured, and is also barred by the provisions of the bankruptcy act requiring suit to be brought within two years after the accruing of any cause of action. in his report, made under the order of the court .....

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