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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: contract of indemnity contract Sorted by: recent Court: us supreme court Year: 1880 Page 4 of about 40 results (0.055 seconds)

1880

Pennock Vs. Commissioners

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... the indian territory, where the united states promised to give them for their future home another tract of land. the treaty provided for their removal, the payment of certain debts contracted by them, the erection of various buildings for their use, and other measures designed for their improvement and civilization. it also allowed various parties to select half- and quarter-sections ..... was, among other things, agreed that the united states should pay to them an annual interest of five per cent on $800,000, and discharge certain debts which they had contracted, and that the president should assign to them a tract of land on the missouri river or some of its waters suitable and convenient for indian purposes "for a permanent .....

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1880

insurance Company Vs. Kiger

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... money borrowed. undoubtedly the possession of the receipts was equivalent to the possession of the property, but the title which the company acquired was such as grew out of its contract with the factors. that clearly was a pledge and nothing more. there was first the cotton; second, the debt for the money borrowed; and third the delivery of the property .....

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1880

Jones Vs. Walker

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... liabilities," but that his "other property shall not be so chargeable." held that the general assets of his estate are not bound for the debts of the firm which were contracted subsequently to his death. 2. the profits arising from that interest were, pursuant to the will, paid from time to time, the firm being then free from debt, and its ..... all the debts of the firm. an important matter in the case is a stipulation of the parties to the suit that all the debts owing by the firm were contracted subsequently to the declaration and payment of all the dividends, and none of the debts of the firm was in existence at the time these profits were declared and paid .....

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1880

School District Vs. Insurance Company

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... this was a special act is not denied. nor can it be controverted successfully that it confers corporate powers. the power to make a contract of this character, to collect the taxes necessary to pay the debt, to contract for and superintend and pay for the building, to receive the fund mentioned from the authorities of falls city, are all in their .....

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1880

Thompson Vs. Perrine

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... as one that need not be finally determined, held, upon the authority of people v. batchellor, that the legislature had no power to authorize, or direct, the commissioners originally to contract the debt without any consent page 103 u. s. 817 or action upon the part of the town, and that since the consent of the taxpayers was not given for ..... the 4th of may, 1869, and $133,000 on the 12th of may, 1869. prior to the delivery of the bonds to the railroad company, it had made a construction contract with crowley and colts by which the latter were to be paid partly in bonds of towns along the line of the road. in september, 1869, gulick & van kleeck purchased ..... a term not exceeding thirty years, at not exceeding seven percent interest per annum, and "to execute bonds therefor under their hands and seals" -- such debt not, however, to be contracted and such bonds not to be issued, until there was obtained the written consent of the majority of the taxpayers appearing upon the last assessment roll as shall represent a .....

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1880

Finch Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... and their claim could not have arisen. both the proposition and the argument seem to us to involve a palpable solecism. there is nothing in the facts of which any contract relation, express or implied, between them and the government, can be predicated. 2. regulations established pursuant to law made it obligatory upon the distillers to procure the meters if they .....

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1880

Jarrolt Vs. Moberly

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... for the council of any city, or the trustees of any incorporated town, to purchase land, and to donate, lease, or sell the same to any railroad company, and to contract, for a period of time not exceeding twenty years, with such railroad company, for the payment of all or any part of the taxes which may at any time be .....

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1880

Babbitt Vs. Clark

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... babbitt & weed feb. 8, 1877, which it was alleged had been created by the fraud of babbitt. the answer, which was by babbitt alone, admitted that the debt had been contracted but denied the fraud. it then alleged by way of defense that on the 7th of july, 1877, proceedings in bankruptcy were instituted against babbitt and weed in the district .....

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1880

Johnston Vs. Laflin

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... transfer, who is acquainted with the secret interests of others in the shares purchased. the validity of a sale and its completeness must be determined by the relation which the contracting parties at the time openly bear to each other. of course, the whole case here would be changed if the sale by laflin had not been made in good faith ..... also declares that no association shall be the purchaser of any shares of its own capital stock unless the purchase be necessary to prevent a loss upon a debt previously contracted. the purchase by the bank, through its president, in the present case was not made to prevent such a loss. laflin was not indebted to the bank at the time .....

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1880

Miles Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1880

..... spencer, admitted in evidence against him, appear to have been deliberately and repeatedly made, and under such circumstances as tended to show that they had reference to a formal marriage contract between him and her. we are of opinion that the district court committed no error in admitting such declarations, or in its charge to the jury concerning them. the charge ..... , and that on the trial she turned out to be not caroline owens, but caroline maile. the designation of caroline owens as the person with whom the second marriage was contracted is clearly sufficient. if it were not, it is too late after verdict to object. as to the fact, the jury has found that the person whom the plaintiff in .....

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