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Feb 29 1892 (FN)

Lawrence Vs. Nelson

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-29-1892

..... on november 27, 1878, brought a suit in equity in the circuit court of the united states for the eastern district of arkansas for the purpose of settling up the partnership accounts and of securing from his estate the moneys justly due them; that in that suit, the executor was duly served with process and entered an appearance, and that when ..... ballentine, deceased," was indebted to the plaintiffs severally in the sum of page 143 u. s. 217 $1,574.45, with interest, for their several shares of profits of the partnership received and held by ballentine before his death, and should pay the same to them "out of the assets of the estate of said david ballentine in his hands remaining ..... appeal from that decree, it might be doubtful, to say the least, whether the decree should be affirmed in view of the general rule that an administrator's power to act, as well as his duty to account, is limited to the state from whose courts he derives his authority, and that therefore he cannot sue or be sued in another .....

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Feb 29 1892 (FN)

Budd Vs. New York

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-29-1892

..... to that case, and said: "that case presented the question of a private citizen, or unincorporated partnership, engaged in the warehousing business in chicago, free from any claim of right or contract under an act of incorporation of any state whatever, and free from the question of continuous page 143 u. s ..... superintend the work of these longshoremen. for this work of employment and superintendence, and for the responsibility for the proper performance of their work, the act says that the proprietor of the elevator shall receive no compensation; he can charge only that which he pays out -- the actual cost. i ..... or other property is stored for a compensation, whether the property stored be kept separated or not, are declared to be public warehouses," and the act of the legislature of illinois approved april 25, 1871, (public laws of illinois of 1871-72, p. 762), divided public warehouses into three classes ..... , and in connection with which he had carried on, the business of elevating and storing grain, many years prior to the passage of the act in question, and prior also to the adoption of the amendment to the constitution of illinois, in 1870, declaring all elevators and warehouses where grain ..... or shoveling to the leg of the elevator when unloading, and trimming cargo when loading." " 2. any person or persons violating the provisions of this act shall, upon conviction thereof, be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor, and be punished by a fine of not less than two hundred and fifty dollars, .....

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Feb 29 1892 (FN)

Church of the Holy Trinity Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-29-1892

..... assembled, that from and after the passage of this act it shall be unlawful for any person, company, partnership, or corporation, in any manner whatsoever, to prepay the transportation, or in any way assist or encourage the importation or ..... against. it is the duty of the courts under those circumstances to say that, however broad the language of the statute may be, the act, although within the letter, is not within the intention of the legislature, and therefore cannot be within the statute. the judgment will be reversed ..... of 'intentional,' as distinguished from 'accidental' or 'involuntary.' whatever one does intentionally, he does willfully. is it used in that sense in this act? did the legislature intend to make the intentional opening of a fence for the purpose of going upon the land of another indictable if done by ..... absurd results which follow from giving such broad meaning to the words, makes it unreasonable to believe that the legislator intended to include the particular act. as said in plowden 205: "from which cases it appears that the sages of the law heretofore have construed statutes quite contrary to the ..... accordingly, 36 f. 303, and the single question presented for our determination is whether it erred in that conclusion. the first section describes the act forbidden, and is in these words: " be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the united states of america in congress .....

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Apr 11 1892 (FN)

Torrence Vs. Shedd

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-11-1892

..... . v. fuller, 122 u. s. 535 . in shainwald v. lewis, above cited, which was a suit brought by one partner for a settlement of the partnership affairs, a judgment creditor of the defendant and a receiver appointed in a suit upon the judgment were admitted as defendants, and it was held that there was no ..... longer really involved a dispute or controversy properly within the jurisdiction of the circuit court, and should therefore have been remanded to the state court, under section 5 of the act of march 3, 1875, c. 137. 18 stat. 472; robinson v. anderson, 121 u. s. 522 ; texas transportation co. v. seeligson, 122 u. s. 519 ..... whether the circuit court of the united states rightly exercised jurisdiction to hear and decide this case. page 144 u. s. 530 this question depends upon the act of march 3, 1875, c. 137, which was in force at the time of the removal into that court, and of the refusal to remand to ..... to the controversy between the plaintiff and sorin and denying the title of both. on may 18, 1885, the plaintiff and brown filed a petition under the act of march 3, 1875, c. 137, 2, for the removal of the case into the circuit court of the united states, alleging that by reason of ..... northern district of illinois syllabus a suit in a state court for partition of land cannot be removed into the circuit court of the united states under the act of march 3, 1875, c. 137, 2, by reason of a controversy between the plaintiff and a citizen of another state, intervening and claiming whatever .....

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May 16 1892 (FN)

Oteri Vs. Scalzo

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-16-1892

..... overruled by the court, and thereupon filed his answer, to which was attached a certified copy of the partnership act. defendant admitted that scalzo, di christina, and himself went to europe in furtherance of the partnership business, but denied that scalzo was authorized to make contracts, and averred that if he made any, they ..... in their share of the capital, and that the business would thereafter be conducted in the firm's name." he held that oteri had violated the act of partnership in the particulars named, and also that there was a violation on the part of the other partners in not completing, until november, the payment ..... loss, $886.25; one-third assets uncollected, $1,676.46, and a balance of cash due him of $1,203.54. the act of co-partnership was annexed, signed by the parties, and stating that they appeared before a notary public, and declared that they hereby agree to enter into a co ..... in europe, they were not aware until page 145 u. s. 581 a short time since of his fraudulent act in declining and refusing to carry on the contract of co-partnership. complainants further set up misconduct as to a cargo in respect of which defendant declined to attend to the interests ..... of their share of the capital, which was due in july, but that on november 14, 1884, "all the acts theretofore committed or omitted by any of the partners in violation of the partnership agreement were mutually condoned, and that harmony was restored between the members of the firm, a. di christina himself .....

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