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Feb 23 1903 (FN)

Cummings Vs. Chicago

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-23-1903

..... the supervision and be approved by the engineer officer of the army in charge of the locality; that, after the action of the secretary of war, they entered into a contract for the building of the dock, and were engaged in the prosecution of the work when, about the 15th of october, 1900, the city of chicago, by its officers and .....

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Feb 23 1903 (FN)

American Ice Co. Vs. Eastern Trust Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-23-1903

..... extent of their interest in the property destroyed, an equitable lien upon the money due from the policy taken our by him, and that this equity exists although though the contract provides that, in case of the mortgagor's failure to procure and assign such insurance, the mortgagees may procure it at the mortgagor's expense. so in this case, we .....

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Dec 21 1903 (FN)

Toltec Ranch Co. Vs. Cook

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-21-1903

..... that, unless a good title was conveyed to him for the whole of the land within five days, he would abandon possession and claim compensation for the violation of the contract. ankeny paid no attention to the notice, and clark brought suit for the value of the wheat, and recovered. the case came to this court from the supreme court of ..... . ankeny v. clark was an action for the recovery of the value of 12,767 bushels of wheat, which had been delivered by clark to ankeny in pursuance of a contract by which ankeny agreed to sell and deliver to clark two sections of land in walla walla county, in what was then the territory of washington. after the delivery of .....

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Dec 07 1903 (FN)

Norfolk and Western Ry. Co. Vs. Sims

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-07-1903

..... , a contract of sale, which is completed when the offer is made and accepted; and, second, a delivery of the property which may precede, be accompanied by, or follow, the payment of ..... and payment to the carrier, and hence it may be said that the sale is not completed until then, yet, as matter of fact, the bargain is made, and the contract of sale completed as such, when the order is received in chicago and the machine shipped in pursuance thereof. a sale really consists of two separate and distinct elements: first .....

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Jan 19 1903 (FN)

Hale Vs. Allinson

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-19-1903

..... a common plaintiff who has similar claims against many persons. but as each of these persons page 188 u. s. 80 became liable, if at all, by reason of a contract entered into by himself alone, with the making of which his codefendants had nothing whatever to do, so he continues to be liable, if at all, because he himself, and ..... that may be put in issue between them and the plaintiff? each defendant's defense may, and in all probability will, depend upon totally different facts, upon distinct and particular contracts, made at different times, and in establishing a defense, even of like character, different witnesses would probably be required for each defendant, and no defendant has any interest with another ..... value of his stock. that was a contract in behalf of the creditor, with which the corporation had nothing to do, and the statute did not make this liability assets of the corporation, or confer upon any receiver ..... the stockholders. assuming the contractual character of the subscription to the stock of the corporation, the right of the receiver to maintain this suit is not thereby made plainer. the contract may have been to pay, in the event of its insolvency, to the creditors of the corporation the amount for which the shareholder might be liable up to the par .....

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Jan 05 1903 (FN)

Worden Vs. California Fig Syrup Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-05-1903

worden v. california fig syrup co. - 187 u.s. 516 (1903) u.s. supreme court worden v. california fig syrup co., 187 u.s. 516 (1903) worden v. california fig syrup company no. 36 argued march 18-19, 1902 decided january 5, 1903 187 u.s. 516 certiorari to the circuit court of appeals for the ninth circuit syllabus when the owner of a trademark applies for an injunction to restrain the defendant from injuring his property by making false representations to the public, it is essential that the plaintiff should not in his trademark or in his advertisements and business, be himself guilty of any false or misleading representation, and if he makes any material false statement page 187 u. s. 517 in connection with the property which he seeks to protect, he loses his right to claim the assistance of a court of equity, and where any symbol or label claimed as a trademark is so constructed or worded as to make or contain a distinct material assertion which is false, no property can be claimed on it, or, in other words, the right to the exclusive use of it cannot be maintained. on june 1, 1897, the california fig syrup company, created under the laws of the state of nevada and having its principal place of business in san francisco, california, filed a bill in equity in the circuit court of the united states for the northern district of california against clinton e. worden & company, a corporation of the state of california, and against j. a. bright, t. f. bacon, c.j. schmelz, and .....

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Jun 01 1903 (FN)

Blackfeather Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-01-1903

..... as they will expect to be protected and to have their rights vindicated." "does this phraseology establish contractual or treaty relations, having the effect of contracts, with each individual indian composing the shawnee tribe? or, rather, is it not a general clause, limited in its effect to the parties to ..... that there has been a treaty, a contract, expressed or implied, between the united states and the individual indians, who, through the medium of the principal chief, are now prosecuting these claims ..... united states." "the right to sue, by the phraseology of this statute, is in the assertion of rights growing out of treaties, and for contracts, expressed or implied, under treaties made and entered into by and between the said shawnees, cherokees, and the united states. can it be said ..... or both of them, of any description whatsoever, arising out of treaty relations with the united states, rights growing out of such treaties, and from contracts, expressed or implied, under such treaties, made and entered into by and between the said shawnees and cherokees, and between them, or either of ..... both of them, of every description whatsoever, arising out of treaty relations with the united states, rights growing out of such treaties, and from contracts, expressed or implied, under such treaties, made and entered into by and between the said shawnees and cherokees, and between them, or either of .....

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May 18 1903 (FN)

Southern Railway Co. Vs. Allison

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-18-1903

..... the legislature, or under the provisions of this act." "sec. 7. no such foreign corporation mentioned in the preceding section of this act shall be allowed to enter into a contract in the state of north carolina on or after the first day of june, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, nor shall any such ..... contract heretofore or hereafter made or attempted to be made and entered into by such corporation in the state of north carolina be enforceable by such corporation, unless such corporation shall, .....

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Feb 23 1903 (FN)

Gutierres Vs. Albuquerque Land and Irrigation Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-23-1903

..... ." "xv. that the plaintiff is not the owner of any lands along the line of its proposed canal or elsewhere." "xvi. that there is no evidence that plaintiff has any contract with or employment by any person who is the owner of lands irrigable from said proposed canal for the conduct of water upon any such lands, or that any owner .....

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Jan 06 1903 (FN)

Page Vs. Edmunds

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-06-1903

..... , sec. 1, it is enacted: "in lieu of the property now exempt by law from levy and sale on execution issued upon any judgment obtained upon contract and distress for rent property to the value of $300, exclusive of all wearing apparel of the defendant and his family and all bibles and school books in ..... hundred and thirty (230)." "sec. 4. any member wishing to sell his membership shall have the right to do so, provided he has no unsettled contracts with or claim against him by any member of the stock exchange for transactions arising in, or relating to, the business of banker or a stock or exchange ..... be appraised, and the appraisers have reported its value to be $8,000." "the secretary of the stock exchange testified that the bankrupt had no unsettled contracts with or claims against him by any member of the exchange. the philadelphia stock exchange is an unincorporated association. the constitution and bylaws were offered in evidence. ..... broker; but where the arbitration committee shall determine that any claims or contracts exist, the governing committee may, except in cases of insolvency, refuse to permit the membership to he sold until such claims or ..... contracts are, in its opinion, satisfactorily settled." "the proceeds of the membership, if sold, shall, after deducting all charges due to the exchange, .....

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