Central Reporter: Cases, Courts of Last Resort, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, 1885-[88].

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Page 358 - The negotiation of sales of goods which are in another State, for the purpose of introducing them into the State in which the negotiation is made, is interstate commerce.
Page 56 - But, on the other side, if she be of evil fame, and stand unsupported by others ; if she concealed the injury for any considerable time after she had opportunity to complain ; if the place, where the fact was...
Page 88 - ... at the sums which a majority of the assessors have decided to be the full and true value thereof, and at which they would appraise the same in payment of a just debt due from a solvent debtor...
Page 316 - There are certain political duties imposed upon many officers in the executive department, the discharge of which is under the direction of the President. But it would be an alarming doctrine, that congress cannot impose upon any executive officer any duty they may think proper, which is not repugnant to any rights secured and protected by the constitution; and in such cases, the duty and responsibility grow out of and are subject to the control of the law, and not to the direction of the President.
Page 190 - By the first section of said act it is provided that "every building erected within the several counties of this Commonwealth * * * shall be subject to a lien for the payment of all debts contracted for work done or materials furnished for or about the erection or construction of the same.
Page 53 - The time appointed must be at least two days after the verdict, if the court intend to remain in session so long, or if not, as remote a time as can reasonably be allowed ; but any delay may be waived by the defendant.
Page 52 - A conviction cannot be had upon the testimony of an accomplice, unless he be corroborated by such other evidence as tends to connect the defendant with the commission of the offense, and the corroboration is not sufficient if It merely shows the commission of the offense or the circumstances thereof.
Page 259 - It ;may be regarded as a settled rule of construction that where there is a devise to one person in fee, and in case of his death...
Page 251 - ... such conveyances and certificates, and the taxes and tax sales on which they are based, shall be subject to cancellation by reason of the payment of such taxes, or by reason of the levying of such taxes by a town or ward having no legal right to assess the land on which they are laid...
Page 42 - A legal obligation or duty of the promisee to him will so connect him with the transaction as to be a substitute for any privity with the promisor, or the consideration of the promise, the obligation of the promisee furnishing an evidence of the intent of the latter to benefit him, and creating a privity by substitution with the promisor.

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