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Mar 10 1893 (PC)

Forsyth Vs. Wilson and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-10-1893

Reported in : (1893)ILR20Cal670

..... said lieutenant-governor may from time to time appoint one or more deputies to the commissioner of police, who shall be competent to perform any of the duties assigned to that officer under his orders,' it seems ..... trevelyan and rampini, jj.1. in this case the chief presidency magistrate of calcutta has referred for our opinion two questions--1st.--whether the deputy commissioner of police, calcutta, under verbal instructions from the commissioner, is empowered to issue search warrants under section 46 of the said act?2nd.--if so, whether such instructions must be issued in each specific case, or may be issued ..... the powers of the commissioner, subject only to what i have said. that, we think, is the only reasonable construction to be given to the act. any other construction would place difficulties in the way of the police, which, we think, the legislature never intended. that being so, we think what we said above is a reasonable answer to the questions put ..... generally.2. the only section that bears directly upon this question is section 5 of bengal act iv of 1866, which provides: 'the .....

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May 23 1893 (PC)

In Re Dhunput Singh

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-23-1893

Reported in : (1893)ILR20Cal771

..... been one personally committed by the alleged insolvent, but by the head or moonib gomasta in charge of his banking business at no. 4, shama bye's lane in calcutta. the act of insolvency alleged was that this principal gomasta and other gomastas departed, and were absent from the place of business on the 7th and 8th of february 1893, with intent ..... is further contended that this decision cannot be understood as laying down the principle that any gomasta in charge of a place of business in calcutta may commit an act which will operate so as to be an act of insolvency committed by his employer; that the decision must be understood as at least limited to gomastas having an authority and control over ..... to me to be bad. one argument in support of the adjudication was founded upon the stoppage of payment by the partner who was in calcutta and who remained here. it was argued that the closing of the business was a departure within the act; in fact, a constructive departure such as is, i think, a feature of this case, constituting an ..... the law he held that dhunput singh committed an act of insolvency by the acts of panna lall on the 7th and 8th. the records of this court have been examined, and four cases, the first being in 1858, the last in 1889, have been found, in which persons who carried on business in calcutta have been adjudicated insolvents upon petitions which alleged .....

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Nov 06 1893 (FN)

Empire Coal and Transp. Co. Vs. Empire Coal and Min. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-06-1893

..... be incorporated the defendant the empire coal and mining company, for the purpose of mining, etc., with its principal office located at nashville, tennessee, under and by virtue of an act of the legislature of kentucky," of which they were, and had since been, the stockholders and directors; and, upon its organization, caused him to convey to it, as such corporation ..... different states, and within the meaning of those laws, as construed by this court, a corporation is a citizen of that state only by which it is created. by the act of march 3, 1875, c. 137, 1, in force when the original bill and the first amended bill were filed, permitting, in "a controversy between citizens of different states," a ..... be sued in any state in which it did business and had an agent, provided always it was not a citizen of the same state with the plaintiff. under the act of march 3, 1887, c. 373, 1, in force when the second amended bill was filed, providing that "where the jurisdiction is founded only on the fact that the action ..... had a place of business in the latter. the second amended bill was therefore rightfully dismissed for want of jurisdiction, even if it should be treated as controlled by the act of 1875, and it is unnecessary to consider whether that act or the act of 1887 defines the jurisdiction over this bill, filed after the passage of the latter .....

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Mar 06 1893 (FN)

Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania Vs. Armstrong

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-06-1893

..... may 21 only included items sent you up to may 14, and received by you on the 16. we have to explain these things to our depositors, and wish to act intelligently on the subject," and a reply in these words: "we collect at par, and include in our remittances everything collected to date." page 148 u. s. 53 the conclusions .....

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Nov 20 1893 (FN)

Sturm Vs. Boker

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-20-1893

..... should happen to our goods. general sturm is to bear the shipping expenses only, and in no event shall he be held responsible for any accident or damage or any act of the mexican government, but in case he cannot sell the arms at the price agreed upon, and has to return them, he shall insure them for our account." "the ..... also instructed the insurance broker to select for them the policies which they wished appropriated to secure their interest. the act of taking out the insurance in the manner in which it was done was their act as much as it was the act of sturm, and the insurance page 150 u. s. 333 having been thus effected in no way tends to .....

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Apr 10 1893 (FN)

Atchison Board of Education Vs. De Kay

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-10-1893

..... of cities of the first class shall be bodies corporate. nor has the writer of this opinion been able to find any such provision in any act or statute, although the powers conferred by said article 10 are those usually conferred upon incorporated school districts, and the government page 148 u. s ..... council was produced, showing a series of meetings extending from october 5 to november 9 at some of which meetings general business was transacted. the act of 1868, section 13, provides that regular meetings of the city council shall be held at such times as the council may provide by ordinance ..... power to bind the other by its promises to pay. it may well be doubted whether there were two distinct corporations. section 14 of the acts of 1867 and 1868, incorporating cities or the second class, provided that "each city shall constitute at least one school district." there is no ..... ___, county of _____." under that act, "school district number 1, atchison county," was organized, with territorial limits the same as those of the city of atchison. page 148 u. s. ..... 15, 37, each county superintendent of common schools was authorized to divide his county into school districts, and every school district organized in pursuance of the act was declared to be a body corporate, possessing the usual powers of a corporation for public purposes, with the name and style of "school district no. .....

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Aug 12 1893 (PC)

Nitye Singh and anr., Baikunt Nath Prodhan and Ram Taruck Das Vs. the ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-12-1893

Reported in : (1893)ILR21Cal38

..... in respect of all lands included within the boundaries of the government estate kamina chuk, bearing towji no. 802 in the district of midnapur. (calcutta gazette, 19th january 1887, part i, page 99.)7. this notification was apparently not brought to the notice of the division bench which has ..... such rules, which i think it could not, it would be bound to publish them before-hand in the calcutta gazette, and hear any objection raised against them. here the rent act is modified by a departmental order issued by the authority of government.43. under rules 16 to 20 of ..... estate which more than 20 years before the proceedings taken had become the property of government by purchase, that is to say, an officer acting under the instructions of the chief revenue authority in bengal issued with the approval of the government, itself the proprietor of the estate, investigating ..... and settlement manuals, issued apparently under the authority of the board of revenue as directions to their subordinate officers when proceeding under the special revenue acts relating to surveys and settlements. it was observed, however, that under this appearance of authority some of the rules were expressly directed to ..... by a notification of the government of bengal published in the calcutta gazette for 1890 (part i, page 121), all deputy collectors were authorized to discharge the functions of a revenue officer under chapter x of the bengal tenancy act, and were vested with the powers of a settlement officer under .....

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May 10 1893 (FN)

Cadwalader Vs. Jessup and Moore Paper Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-10-1893

..... 341 ; american net & twine co. v. worthington, 141 u. s. 468 ; junge v. hedden, 146 u. s. 233 , 237 [argument of counsel -- omitted]. under the act of october 1, 1890, c. 1244, 26 stat. 607, paragraph 613, the following articles are made exempt from duty: "india rubber, crude and milk of, and old scrap or ..... charge the jury as follows: "1. if you believe that the importation in suit is composed of india rubber not specially enumerated or provided for in the act of march 3, 1883, your verdict should be for the defendant." "2. if you believe that the importation in suit bears a similitude in material, quality ..... were made exempt from duty: "india rubber, crude, and milk of." section 2499 of title 33 of the revised statutes was made, by 6 of the same act, 22 stat. 491, to read, after july 1, 1883, as follows: "there shall be levied, collected, and paid on each and every nonenumerated article which bears ..... scrap." they were entered as "scrap rubber," and 25 percent ad valorem was charged on the merchandise, under the provision of schedule n of 2502 of the act of march 3, 1883, c. 121, 22 stat. 513, which imposed a duty of 25 percentum ad valorem on "articles composed of india rubber not ..... entered as "scrap rubber" were exempt from duty under the similitude clause, 2499, of title 33 of the revised statutes, as enacted by 6 of the act of march 3, 1883, 22 stat. 491, as being substantially crude rubber under 2503, they laving lost their commercial value as articles composed of india rubber .....

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Apr 10 1893 (FN)

German Bank of Memphis Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-10-1893

..... that they are not entitled to invoke the doctrine of subrogation, it becomes unnecessary for this court to determine as an independent question whether the register acted within the scope of his authority in cancelling and reissuing the bonds. the opinion of the supreme court of tennessee would not be conclusive upon that ..... treated as a case of tort, then it is clear that the government is not liable, not only upon the ground above stated, but because under the act of congress conferring jurisdiction upon the court of claims, 24 stat. 505, c. 359, there is an express exception of cases sounding in tort. plaintiffs, ..... the removal of distilled spirits from a distillery warehouse before the payment of taxes; in minturn v. united states, 106 u. s. 437 , to the unlawful act of a customs officer in giving up goods without the payment of duty; in moffat v. united states, 112 u. s. 24 , to certain frauds ..... these bonds upon insufficient evidence of the authority of the holder to demand such reissue (as to which we express no opinion), it was an act of negligence for which the government is not liable to these plaintiffs. it is a well settled rule of law that the government is not liable ..... page 148 u. s. 574 indebted unto m. e. cochran, executor or assigns, the sum of five thousand dollars," etc. "this debt is authorized by act of congress approved march 3, 1865, and is transferable on the books of this office." cochran collected the interest on these bonds regularly, and paid the same .....

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Jan 03 1893 (FN)

Ankeny Vs. Hannon

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-03-1893

..... of the contract, and which she has at the time when judgment is recovered against her, will be liable for the breach of contract. but the act does not enable her, by means of a contract entered into at a time when she has no existing separate property, to bind any possible contingent ..... my opinion, according to the true construction of the act, the contract which is to bind separate property must be entered into at a time when the married woman has existing separate property. if she has such ..... contract, but also all separate property which she may thereafter acquire." and yet in deakin v. lakin, 30 ch.d. 169, it was held that this act did not enable a married woman who had no existing separate property to bind by a contract separate property afterwards acquired, and pearson, j., said: "in ..... it has also been held by the supreme court of ohio that sections 4996 and 5319 of the revised statutes, which embody the provisions of the act of march 30, 1874, were intended simply as an amendment to the code of civil procedure, and did not affect or enlarge the rights or ..... as they differed from the doctrine of the common law, were determined by the following sections of the revised statutes, which embodied the provisions of the act known as the "keys act," passed in april, 1861. these sections are as follows: "sec. 3108. an estate or interest, legal or equitable, in real property belonging .....

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