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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 15
Benjamin James Lea
Visualização completa - 1886
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 11
Benjamin James Lea
Visualização completa - 1883
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 13
Benjamin James Lea
Visualização completa - 1885
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Página 479 - When a corporation, company, or individual has, for the transaction of any business, an office or agency in any county other than that in which the principal resides, service may be made on any agent or clerk employed in such office or agency, in all actions growing out of or connected with the business of that office or agency.
Página 615 - Provided, that the charge for transportation or conveyance shall not exceed thirty-five cents per hundred pounds, on heavy articles, and ten cents per cubic foot, on articles of measurement, for every hundred miles, and five cents a mile for every passenger : And, provided also, that the said company may, when they see fit, farm out their rights of transportation on the said road, or any of its branches, subject to the rates above mentioned.
Página 743 - Intentional fraud, in failing to comply substantially with the articles of incorporation, or in deceiving the public or individuals in relation to their means or their liabilities, shall subject those guilty thereof to fine and imprisonment or both, at the discretion of the court.
Página 363 - In all cases, as has been held, powers or trusts must be construed according to the intention of the parties, to be gathered from the whole instrument.
Página 100 - ... title; and the ultimate vendee, when evicted, is entitled to be subrogated to the rights of his immediate vendor against a remote vendor, to the extent necessary to indemnify him. Such a vendee, to use the language of the supreme court of North Carolina, sues a remote vendor on the covenant to redress his (the plaintiff's) own injuries, not the injuries of the immediate vendee of such remote vendor. Accordingly, that court held, in a case like the one before us, that the measure of damages was...
Página 580 - ... with the like right, title, power, and authority to sell, manage, dispose of, sue for, and recover or defend the same, as the bankrupt might...
Página 474 - The charge is also erroneous in instructing the jury that in estimating damages, they might take into consideration the loss of social relation of ' husband and wife, parent and child, etc., and the advice and protection of the deceased as wife and mother.
Página 52 - Memphis, and from that point to Shreveport by steamboat. While en route on the Mississippi River, and in the State of Mississippi, an accident occurred by which the wife and children were drowned. It appeared in proof that the different lines of road were separate and distinct, owned and controlled by different agents and officers, and that there was no contract or privity between them in regard to carrying passengers except the arrangement to sell through tickets. Under these circumstances, the...
Página 134 - We are of opinion that there is no error in the record for which the judgment should be reversed, and it is therefore affirmed.