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Mar 03 1884 (FN)

irwIn Vs. Williar

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-03-1884

..... this point, the court charged the jury as follows: "5. if you find that the dealings with the plaintiffs were within the scope of the partnership, you will next consider whether the dealings were gambling transactions. the burden of showing that the parties were carrying on a wagering business, and were ..... of the existence of the usage, and chose to employ the respondents without any restriction upon them, he might be taken to have authorized them to act for him in conformity to such usage." mr. justice brett, in his opinion, p. 816, points out very clearly that the custom, if allowed ..... , whether they were bound by them. the relation between the parties to this litigation was that of principal and agent, and the defendants in error, acting as brokers, in executing the orders to sell, undertook to obtain, and, as they allege in their declaration, did obtain, a responsible purchaser; so ..... you must find from the proof that the plaintiffs knew or had reason to believe that irwin & davis contemplated nothing but a wagering transaction, and acted for them accordingly. if the plaintiffs made sales of wheat for irwin & davis for future delivery, understanding that these contracts would be filled by the ..... , and had constantly used letterheads describing themselves as dealers in grain. in this we think there was error. the liability of one partner, for acts and contracts done and made by his co-partners without his actual knowledge or assent, is a question of agency. if the authority is denied .....

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May 05 1884 (FN)

Thompson Vs. First National Bank of Toledo

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-05-1884

..... deny a participation which, though not existing in fact he has asserted, or permitted to appear to exist, there is no reason why a creditor of the partnership, who has neither known of nor acted upon the assertion or permission, should hold as a partner one who never was in fact and whom he never understood or supposed to be a partner ..... amount of stock as thompson; that thereupon thompson, in the presence of uhl, standley, and others, authorized whiteside to sign his name to the partnership, and to act for him in the organization of the bank; that the partnership entered upon the business of banking at logansport with whiteside as its cashier, and that about april 1, 1872, some of the partners sold ..... the evidence introduced by the plaintiff and to show that although thompson, before the partnership was formed, had a conversation with those who afterwards became partners on the subject of forming a partnership for banking, he never authorized whiteside to sign his name to the partnership articles or to act for him in the organization of the bank, and never agreed to take stock ..... has been so public and so long continued that the jury may infer that one dealing with the partnership knew it and relied upon it, without direct testimony to that effect. but the question whether the plaintiff was induced to change his position by acts done by the defendant or by his authority is, as in other cases of estoppel in pais .....

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Nov 03 1884 (FN)

Butterworth Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-03-1884

..... improvements claimed, and was entitled to a patent therefor, and on june 4, 1883, adjudged that such patent should issue to the relators, composing the partnership of r. hoe & co., as assignees of gill, the inventor. on june 14, 1883, an appeal was taken by scott from that decision ..... as in the cases of the various other subjects which in that section are classed together, to-wit, the census, the public lands, the indians, pensions, and bounty lands, the custody and distribution of publications, etc.; that by 4883 it is required that all patents shall be signed by ..... is conferred upon the head of an executive department in reference to his subordinates. such a subjection takes from it the quality of a judicial act. that it was intended that the commissioner of patents, in issuing or withholding patents, in reissues, interferences, and extensions, should exercise quasi ..... of patents," and "whose duty it shall be, under the direction of the secretary of state, to superintend, execute, and perform all such acts and things touching and respecting the granting and issuing of patents for new and useful discoveries, inventions, and improvements as are herein provided for, or ..... of the secretary; that this general relation of official subordination, with the accompanying powers of supervision and direction, extends to all the official acts of the commissioner, without regard to any distinction between those which are merely ministerial and those which are judicial in their nature, and that .....

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