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Jan 27 1896 (FN)

First National Bank of Garnett Vs. Ayers

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-27-1896

..... says that debts secured by liens on real estate, money invested in corporate stocks of all kinds and descriptions, including railroad, banking, insurance, loan and trust companies, and all the multifarious forms of moneyed securities, moneys on deposit subject to call, and other forms of invested capital, constitute the great bulk of the moneyed capital in that state, and from all .....

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Mar 02 1896 (FN)

Durland Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-02-1896

..... in carrying it into effect, although in the judgment of the jury they may be absolutely ineffective therefor. a final objection is that the indictment in the first case is multifarious because, as claimed, it includes many offenses, and in re henry, 123 u. s. 372 , 123 u. s. 374 , is cited as authority therefor, in which, in reference to a ..... it, deposits letters in the post office which he thinks may assist in carrying it into effect, whether they are so effective or not. the objection that an indictment is multifarious is presented too late if not taken until after the verdict. these cases have so much in common that they may be considered together. each is the record of the .....

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Apr 20 1896 (FN)

Girand Ins. and Trust Co. Vs. Cooper

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-20-1896

..... .eq. 669, so strongly relied upon by appellants, it was remarked in the opinion of the court, p. 684: "it must have been contemplated that, in the performance of those multifarious duties, some degree of discretion might be accorded to the receiver. whether the power to exercise such discretion would not be assumed to exist in every case without a special .....

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