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Jun 26 1974 (FN)

United States Vs. Connecticut Nat'l Bank

Court : US Supreme Court

..... be permitted to offer one of the traditional indicia of commercial banks, personal checking accounts. see conn.pub.act no. 7 195 (may 14, 1973). it pointed out that savings banks in connecticut compete with commercial banks for real estate mortgages, personal loans, ipc (individual, partnership, and corporate) deposits, and, the court found, commercial loans. 362 f.supp. at 280. it ..... their services and economic behavior. at some stage in the development of savings banks, it will be unrealistic to distinguish them from commercial bank for purposes of the clayton act. in connecticut, that point may well be reached when and if savings banks become significant participants in the marketing of bank services to commercial enterprises. but, in adherence ..... have held today in the marine bancorporation case, these and analogous factors are the appropriate considerations to take into account in determining the legality under 7 of the clayton act of geographic market extension mergers by commercial banks. we are unable, however, to reach the question of whether the district court correctly assessed the import of those factors ..... 418 u.s. 656 appeal from the united states district court for the district of connecticut syllabus the united states brought this civil antitrust action under 7 of the clayton act challenging a proposed consolidation between the connecticut national bank (cnb) and the first new haven national bank (fnh), which are, respectively, the fourth and eighth largest commercial .....

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1862

United States Vs. Castillero

Court : US Supreme Court

..... the documentary evidences relied on by him in support of his claim. those papers, strictly speaking, are denominated the registry, the act of juridical possession and the writing of partnership, but the counsel at the bar have treated the entire document as an espediente, and as that is a convenient designation, it ..... mr. chard describes the operations at the mine. they were conducted by himself, another white man, a blacksmith whom they called old billy, and some indians. he built a furnace and smelted the ore in some large whaler's try-pots, capable of holding three or four tons of ore. he remained ..... a hawaiian newspaper of the date of july 25, 1846, a copy of which is produced. that the mine was, in december, 1845, worked by indians under the superintendence of chard, an american employed by castillero, who is produced as a witness, and whose employment continued until about the middle of 1846. ..... quicksilver, which was not weighed, but it could not have been less altogether than two thousand pounds. this continued until august, when chard and the indians who were helping him suddenly quit work and left the place. nothing whatever was done at or about the mine until april or may of the ..... range, came the ore which castillero used in his experiments. for many years -- probably long before the advent of the spaniards into that country -- the indians knew that the cinnabar, of which the lomas bajos were in a measure composed, was neither common earth nor common rock, for it was ruby red .....

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1866

The William Bagaley

Court : US Supreme Court

..... plenary evidence that ample time was afforded to every loyal citizen desiring to improve it, to withdraw all such effects and dispose of all such interests. "partnership with a foreigner," says maclachlan, "is dissolved by the same event which makes him an alien enemy," and judge story says, "that there is ..... as to their respective rights, duties, and obligations, both public and private, and therefore that a dissolution must necessarily result therefrom independent of the will or acts of the parties. [ footnote 8 ]" executory contracts with an alien enemy, or even with a neutral, if they cannot be performed except in the ..... between the inhabitants of the states in insurrection and the rest of the united states. [ footnote 7 ] provision of the sixth section of the act is, that after fifteen days from the issuing of such proclamation, "any ship or vessel belonging whole or part to any citizen or inhabitant" of ..... of one of her pretended courts, "at some time during the year 1862 -- the exact date not known" -- confiscated the same. that all such acts and proceedings of the insurrectionary government were void, and that the title of the claimant to his property remains unimpaired. on the trial, these facts were ..... and that he had never in any way aided or abetted the rebellion, and after the breaking out of the same had never exercised any act of ownership or control over the property or the captured steamer, and that he had no connection with or knowledge of the unlawful voyage of .....

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May 04 1885 (FN)

Philippi Vs. Phillippe

Court : US Supreme Court

..... that the present suit was not brought for more than twenty-three years after the claim of title to the alleged trust and partnership property was thus set up by the acts of antonio and after an acquiescence therein of angelo during the residue of his life, a period of eighteen years. the longest ..... philippe, from and even prior to the year 1856, claimed as his own all the property which the bill alleged had been originally bought with trust or partnership funds, and that the knowledge of this claim was brought home to angelo m. philippi. when the latter returned to mobile, in 1856, he found antonio ..... angela f. philippi, the administratrix, the one-half of all the gains and profits of the partnership, with interest, and to deliver to the plaintiff and to the defendants, heirs at law of angelo m. philippi, all the real estate purchased by him ..... brothers and sisters of the plaintiff, children and heirs of angelo m. phillippi, were made defendants to the bill. the prayer was for a settlement of the partnership and an account of its property, profits, and gains and for a settlement of the trust, and that antonio philippe might be decreed to pay over to ..... of may 5, 1847, and march 7, 1848, or repudiate the trusts therein acknowledged, but promised to render a true and just account of the partnership and trust affairs to angelo and to make a final settlement of the same, but he delayed doing so from time to time, and never made said .....

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Oct 31 1887 (FN)

Davis Vs. Key

Court : US Supreme Court

..... bill, and the plaintiff has appealed to this court. it appears that fouke never complied with the terms of the agreement of september 24, 1869. the co-partnership was to continue until the twenty-fourth of september, 1871, unless dissolved by mutual consent. from april 2, 1870, until after the latter date, fouke ..... office of public administrator there, did not practice law in the city of washington, and did not give his undivided attention to the business of the co-partnership. he returned to washington in 1872 or 1873, and died there october 3, 1876, without having attempted to enforce the agreement of september 24, 1869 ..... november 5, 1875, executed by fouke and key, and by hays and de castro, and by the clients interested in claims successfully prosecuted under the co-partnership articles of august 10, 1869, all matters between fouke and key in respect to such claims were settled and adjusted. a replication was filed to the ..... case, either at washington, new york, or new orleans, as he may be directed from time to time by either hays, fouke, or de castro, acting as the special agent of the claimant, whose power as such in all cases sent by them is, to all intents and purposes, recognized by the parties ..... due and coming to them." "that said key shall retain all fees, as agreed on by said parties, and shall pay over to said parties, acting in the capacity of special attorneys, for that purpose, of the claimant, the amount due to them as such special attorneys, both for the amount awarded .....

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Apr 22 1889 (FN)

Kilbourn Vs. Sunderland

Court : US Supreme Court

..... washington by way of investment and speculation. hallet kilbourn, james m. latta, and john f. olmstead were carrying on business at that time in washington as real estate agents, in partnership, under the firm name of kilbourn & latta, and they were employed as their agents by sunderland, hillyer, and stewart. within a period of a few weeks, sunderland, hillyer, and stewart ..... case. where a party injured by fraud is in ignorance of its existence, the duty to commence proceedings arises only upon discovery, and mere submission to an injury after the act inflicting it is completed page 130 u. s. 519 cannot generally, and in the absence of other circumstances, take away a right of action unless such acquiescence continues for the ..... their purchase, it is difficult to see upon what ground they can recover here. the relations between the parties were such that kilbourn & latta should have disclosed that they were acting as principals in this sale, but the complainants suffered no pecuniary loss for want of such disclosure, since they took the property at their own price. their remedy, if they ..... . when a party injured by fraud is in ignorance of its existence, the duty to commence proceedings arises only upon its discovery, and mere submission to any injury after the act inflicting it is completed cannot generally, and in the absence of other circumstances, take away a right of action unless such acquiescence continues for the period limited by the statute .....

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Feb 01 1897 (FN)

Western Union Tel. Co. Vs. Indiana

Court : US Supreme Court

..... corporation shall have refused to pay the whole of the taxes assessed against the same by said state board of tax commissioners, or in case such association, company, co-partnership, or corporation shall have refused to pay the taxes or any portion thereof assessed to it in any particular county or counties, township, or townships, such action may include the ..... u. s. 305 "in case any such association, co-partnership, or corporation as named in this supplemental and amendatory act shall fail or refuse to pay any taxes assessed against it in any county or township in the state, in addition to other remedies provided by law ..... the particular method of effecting collection by means of penalties and suit for recovery of judgment for the delinquent taxes, with penalties added. page 165 u. s. 308 under the act of march 6, 1891, taxpayers and their property were variously classified in respect of the nature of their business and property; as, for instance, associations for banking purposes, not incorporated ..... and of an additional six percent for the second six months. on march 6, 1893, an amendatory act was passed providing for the taxation of telegraph, telephone, palace car, sleeping car, drawing room car, dining car, express, fast-freight, and joint-stock associations, companies, co-partnerships, and corporations transacting business in the state, of which section 11 was as follows: page 165 .....

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Apr 03 1911 (FN)

Oklahoma Vs. Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Ry. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... that the american express company is a partnership, composed of individuals who are citizens and residents of new york; that what were formerly the territory of oklahoma and the indian territory constitute the present state of oklahoma; that the lands in the indian territory, owned by various indian tribes, were, by agreement or treaties ..... that defendants threaten to continue in the said violation unless restrained, and in continuing so to do said defendants, and each of them, have committed acts which amount to a surrender and an abandonment of their corporate right to do business in interstate commerce in the carriage of intoxicating liquors, and for ..... of the bill) have made payment of the special tax required of liquor dealers under the laws of the united states; that, by the above act of congress of june 16th, 1906, it was made a condition precedent to the admission of oklahoma into the union that, "in its constitution, ..... , barter, or the giving away of liquors and intoxicants of any kind or quality, and that, pursuant to said agreement and treaties, congress, by the act of june 16th, 1906, 34 stat. 267, c. 3335, 3, made it a condition of the admission of oklahoma into the union as a state ..... the opinion of the court. the state of oklahoma, by the present suit, invokes the original jurisdiction of this court for its protection against certain acts alleged to have been done or threatened to be done by the respective defendants in derogation of its rights as a state. the case has .....

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Dec 22 1952 (SC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Madras Vs. K. Srinivasan and K. Gopalan

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1953SC113; [1953]32ITR87(SC); (1953)IMLJ436(SC); [1953]4SCR486

..... in a reference made by the income-tax appellate tribunal under section 66(1) of the indian income-tax act, 1922. 2. for several years prior to 1939-40 the respondents, who are brothers, had been carrying of in partnership the business of 'the hindu,' a daily newspaper of madras. the profits of this ..... or vocation on which tax was at any time charges under the provisions of the indian income-tax act, 1918, is succeeded in such capacity by another person, the change not being merely a change in the constitution of a partnership, no tax shall be payable by the first mentioned person in respect of the ..... or gains of the previous year. (3) where any business, profession or vocation on which tax was at any time charges under the provisions of the indian income-tax act, 1918 (vii of 1918), is discontinued, then, unless there has been a succession by virtue of which the provisions of sub-section (4) have ..... was right in holding that the period the profits of which were entitled to exemption from the payment of tax under section 25(4) of the indian income-tax act, 1939, was the period commencing from 1st july, 1938, and ending with 29th february, 1940.' 4.the reference was heard by satyanarayana rao and ..... business had been charged to income-tax in the hands of the respondents under the indian income-tax act of 1918. the firm's year of account was a .....

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Mar 30 1953 (SC)

The State of Bombay and anr. Vs. the United Motors (India) Ltd. and or ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1953SC252; (1953)55BOMLR536; (1953)IMLJ743(SC); [1953]4SCR1069; [1953]4STC133(SC)

..... came into force. 3. on november 3, 1952, the respondents 1 to 6, who are companies incorporated under the indian companies act, 1913, and respondent no. 7, a partnership firm, all of whom are carrying on business in bombay of buying and selling motor cars, presented a petition to the high court under article 226 of the constitution challenging ..... the constitution makers had before them not only the legislative practice prevailing in the various states before the constitution but also the concept of sale as defined in the indian sale of goods act. they therefore incorporated in article 286 the notion of a sale or purchase taking place, i.e., being completed by the transfer of ownership or the passing of ..... as therein specified and the question was whether it was ultra vires the legislature as contravening section 298(1) of the government of india act, 1935, which forbade the prohibition, inter alia, of disposition of property by an indian subject on certain grounds which included 'descent'. it was found that in some cases the impugned enactment would operate as a prohibition on ..... the validity of the act on the ground that it is ultra vires the state legislature, inasmuch as it purported to tax sales and purchases of .....

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