Court of Appeals State of New York Appeal from Order Dismissing Writ of Certiorari

Court of Appeals State of New York Appeal from Order Dismissing Writ of Certiorari

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...to this Commission, was and is VicePresident of this Company--and who was the man who represented himself as representing the holders of the original franchise, does not know who the real owners of that franchise were at the time it was transferred, or was alleged to be transferred to the Long Acre Company. Mr. Sheehan is the man who, Mr. King testified, robrought the franchise in company with Mr. Gerber, who was then acting as counsel for this Long Acre Company, to Mr. King's office. It was to Mr. Sheehan and to Mr. Gerber again in company, that the ad interim receipts for these bonds were delivered; and today he is Vice-President of the Company and comes before this Commission, through Mr. King, and says that he does not know who were the real owners of the franchise, although Mr. King testified that he believed that Minturn was not the real party in interest and not the real owner of the franchise in question; 1589 1-gg Schedule No. 1--Document No. 15 and on February 20, 1907, three months before Minturn died, the authenticated bonds were delivered and exchanged for the receipts. As appears on page 292 of the Record in this case: "By Commissioner Maltbie: "Q. To whom were they delivered--(that is the $500,000 in bonds)? A. They were delivered to Dittenhoefer, Gerber & James, personally to Mr. Gerber, and Mr. John C. Sheehan was present at the time of the delivery." "Q. They were issued to them, the ad interim bonds were issued to them as representing the vendors? A. Whoever the vendors were. I do not think any member of the company knows who the owner of the franchise was." Mr. Sheehan is not only a member of the Company, whatever that may mean, but he is the Vice-President of the Company, and it is his...show more

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 517g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236887603
  • 9781236887603