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  • 13 F.2d 78 (1st Cir. 1926), 1919, United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. v. McNulty Bros., Inc.

    ...Various creditors had intervened. The case was referred to Emery B. Gibbs as ... limitation to one suit, or the statute is wholly inoperative when applied to a contract to be performed in more than one ... March 12, 1915, the Acting Secretary of the Navy wrote a letter which, if it had stood unrevoked and unmodified, might perhaps ...

  • 83 U.S. 277 (1873), Buchanan v. Smith

    ... . Its dealings with them were considerable, and its credit so good that it was not limited as to time; that when extensions ... the same day), that they would protect the note; but in a letter of March 4th, reciting these facts (apparently not having ... proceedings founded upon those judgments become inoperative and ineffectual to prevent the assignee in bankruptcy from ...

  • 141 F. 802 (5th Cir. 1905), 1,459, Southern Pine Co. v. Savannah Trust Co.

    ... vendee, unless the vendor chooses to trust to the personal credit of the vendee.' The foregoing is an extract from the opinion of ... for was, under section 1955a (now 2776) of the Code, inoperative as to third persons.'.          The transaction between ...Negotiations began on March 2, 1903. This appears from a letter of that date written by Foster, as president of the Georgia Car ...

  • 250 U.S. 58 (1919), 179, Kenny v. Miles

    ... section in the state court respecting such lands, is inoperative, so that a finding of heirship, forming a part of it, is not ... moneys, with specified exceptions, shall be placed to the credit of the several members "shown by the authorized roll" or their ... in the right of deceased members are no less within the letter and spirit of the restrictions than are other heirs. That all are ...

  • Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, Review Mirrors:

    ..., to account for situations when video cameras are inoperative. In its comments, the AAM recommended that NHTSA define the area ... that there would be no reason to not grant compliance credits to vehicle manufacturers who choose any system, mirrors, sensors, ... business information, you should include a cover letter setting forth the information specified in our confidential ...

  • 19 U.S. 264 (1821), Cohens v. State Of Virginia

    ... upon the States by the constitution, will be a dead letter, upon the face of that instrument, for the want of some power to ... Court.  The Constitution provides that full faith and credit shall be given in each State, to the judicial proceedings of ..., because otherwise the words would be totally inoperative, and this reasoning is advanced in a case to which it was ...

  • 65 U.S. 553 (1861), Gaines v. Hennen

    ... made posterior to the first, that the former becomes inoperative, and that the second is that under which the estate is to be ... of probate may for cause recall or annul testamentary letters, but they can neither destroy nor revoke wills; though they may ... them by the delay to accomplish that result.  The creditors were called upon to meet to consider the proposition.  They ...

  • 36 F. 520 (N.D.Ohio 1888), Central Trust Co. v. Ohio Cent. R. Co.

    ... and identified by serial numbers mentioned, and the letters 'O.C.C.T.' marked thereon, for which the railway company had ...The money paid in on said subscription certificates was credited thereon, and was deposited by said Mitchell in the Metropolitan ... 'lease,' that instrument was wholly incomplete and inoperative. Lease 'A' recites that the Ohio Central Railway Company 'agrees ...

  • Air pollution control; new motor vehicles and engines: Compression-ignition marine engines at or above 30 liters per cylinder; emission standards,

    ...This letter is available on our Web site: http://www.epa.gov/ ...Sec. 94.305 Credit generation and use calculation. (a) For each participating engine ... 94.211. (3)(i) For a person to remove or render inoperative a device or element of design installed on or in a engine in ...

  • Separate Parts In This Issue Part II Environmental Protection Agency,

    ...This letter is available on our Web site: http://www.epa.gov/ ...Sec. 94.305 Credit generation and use calculation. (a) For each participating engine ... 94.211. (3)(i) For a person to remove or render inoperative a device or element of design installed on or in a engine in ...

  • 180 F. 456 (S.D.N.Y. 1910), Union Switch & Signal Co. v. General Ry Signal Co.

    ... two suits are for alleged infringement of United States letters patent No. 819,322 and No. 819,323, issued to Jacob B. Struble, ... . to the credit of solving the problem for all conditions and circumstances. The ... that a two-rail return system has been pronounced inoperative, but rather refers to the proposed bond for use in such a system ...

  • 27 F. 830 (D.Or. 1886), The Holladay Case

    ... to the former by the latter, to hinder and delay his creditors; and that the plaintiff is the assignee of said decree, in trust ... arrangement fell through and the assignment became inoperative; and that all sums paid out by White, as set forth in his ...The letter was put in evidence by Elliott. In the course of it White says if ...

  • 130 F. 152 (N.D.Ga. 1903), Columbia Ave Savings Fund, Safe Deposit, Title & Trust Co. v. City of Dawson

    ... municipal purposes and fire protection, according to the letter and spirit of its contract, and upon such application the court ... Waterworks Company, and the proceeds deposited to its credit. The coupons, as they fell due, were paid by the waterworks ... for municipal use in commutation of city taxes is inoperative and void under the Constitution and laws of the state of Georgia. ...

  • 170 U.S. 537 (1898), Westinghouse v. Boyden Power Brake Company

    ..., all of which mechanism is fully shown in various letters patent granted to me. . The application of the brakes with ... because the combination of parts therein named is inoperative to perform, and incapable of performing, the function set forth ...If credit be due to Mr. Westinghouse for having invented the function, Mr. ...

  • 148 F. 169 (1st Cir. 1906), 610, Coram v. Ingersoll

    ... him, but only a chose in action wherein he was debtor or creditor. Let us suppose that his executor or administrator appointed in ... suspended the probate of the will, and rendered it inoperative as an instrument to pass the property according to its terms, and ... result in lieu of performance according to the strict letter of the contract.          To all intents and purposes, ...

  • 85 F. 271 (6th Cir. 1898), 498, United States v. Addyston Pipe & Steel Co.

    ... on shipments, the division of the same, and debit, credit, balance of each company. ' The system of bonuses, as a means of ... for more than six months, the Chattanooga Company wrote a letter to its representative in the central committee to outline its ... limited that the whole act might as well be held inoperative.'.          This is not a declaration that cases might ...

  • South Coast Corp. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 013147 FEDTAX, 446 P. T.

    ... was disallowed in full by the respondent by an appropriate letter dated March 27, 1943, on the ground that petitioner had not ... in the sales register of petitioner as sales, and were credited to the sales account in the general ledger. The sales to ..., we think, had the effect of making the presumption inoperative. Webre Steib Co., Ltd. v. Commissioner, supra; Henderson v. ...

  • 149 F.2d 31 (7th Cir. 1945), 7500, United States v. Johnson

    ...Dempsey, of counsel for Johnson, in a letter to the Attorney General under date of June 25, 1943, stated: "The ... the income from the Albany Park Bank Building and takes credit for the loss. The return for the year 1940 is typical. It states ..., so we think, that the rule of the Berry case becomes inoperative. It therefore becomes unnecessary to discuss the rule of that ...

  • 10 F.2d 950 (2nd Cir. 1926), 141, The Capitaine Faure

    ...          'Q. You didn't have any letter from the captain, telling you to sign bills of lading, did you? ...Did they tell you why they required it? A. To meet the credit in the bank. .          'Q. Do you mean that, unless ... delivery of goods to fill a fraudulent bill of lading inoperative for the purpose.'. .          In the case at bar we ...

  • 6 F.2d 218 (4th Cir. 1925), 2326, Franklin Sugar Refining Co. v. Luray Supply Co., Inc.

    ...'s ruling in excluding from consideration by the jury the letter of August 28, 1920, from W. E. Buchanan, manager of plaintiff's ... of the time of deliveries, and agreed to extend reasonable credit to that end. Defendant's representatives expressly refused to ... the July contracts had already been canceled and were inoperative, and no longer binding, but, upon the solicitation of plaintiff's ...

  • 93 F. 564 (9th Cir. 1899), Balfour v. Hopkins

    ... $60,000 was to be deposited in the bank forthwith to the credit of Parkinson; the remainder to remain in the possession of the ... seems to sustain the view that such a delivery is inoperative to convey title, even in favor of an innocent purchaser without ...$60,000 loan had been thus used; the fact that he wrote the letter of January 10, 1893; the fact that he foreclosed his mortgage, ...

  • 150 F.2d 631 (3rd Cir. 1945), 8555, Bush v. Prudential Ins. Co. of America

    ... he requested Dougherty to see that the dividend was credited as had been agreed. Dougherty stated repeatedly that this would ... of the defendant in charge of its local office, wrote a letter to Bush as follows: 'I have been informed by my clerk . . that ... provisions of the policy were waived or were rendered inoperative by any act of the Company or of its agent, Dougherty. These ...

  • 59 U.S. 331 (1856), Dodge v. Woolsey

    ....         'Every creditor must be presumed to understand the nature and incidents of such a ..., that the complainant had, by his attorney, addressed a letter to the Commercial Bank of Cleveland, to institute proper ... of the United States was sustained, it would make inoperative to a great extent the 7th amendment of the constitution of the ...

  • 61 F. 655 (E.D.N.Y. 1894), Electric Ry. Co. of the United States v. Jamaica & B.R. Co.

    ... hearing on a bill in equity alleging infringement of letters patent No. 407,188, granted July 16, 1889, to Stephen D. Field, ... Clark's magneto machine a suitable dynamo, for his inoperative motor a suitable operative motor, and apply to the motor a proper ... be denied; but it is at least a question whether the chief credit for such advance should not be given to the inventor of the ...

  • 71 U.S. 475 (1867), State Of Mississippi v. Johnson

    ... in Congress and the preceding part of the act become inoperative; and that until they were so admitted any civil governments which ... it necessary that they should have possession of a certain letter written to the then President, Mr. Jefferson, by General ... an act of Congress had directed the Postmaster-General to credit Stockton & Stokes with such sums as the Solicitor of the Treasury ...