The Kentucky Law Reporter; A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to the Interests of the Legal Profession at Large and Particularly of the Kentucky Bar Volume 22

The Kentucky Law Reporter; A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to the Interests of the Legal Profession at Large and Particularly of the Kentucky Bar Volume 22

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ... of the Franklin Circuit Court, that bank at that time being a regularly constituted State depository, in which the funds of the State could be lawfully deposited, and suits being at that time on the docket of the Franklin Circuit Court in which the rival claimants to the oflices referred to were litigating their rights to them. Appellant thereupon flied in equity, in the Franklin Circuit Court. in which it set out the above facts, and alleged that it was unable to determine who were the legal auditor and treasurer of the State, and prayed the court to direct the payment of the money to the persons entitled thereto. To this petition all four of the claimants were made defendants. Coulter and Hager flied answer. setting up their right to the cfllces; Sweeney and Day made no defense. In this condition of the record Coulter and Hager moved the court, on the 25th of April, to require appellant to pay into court.the amount deposited by it in the State National Bank on March 28 subject to the order of the court, being the amount due by appellant for taxes for the year lhilii. To this motion appellant did not object, and the court thereupon entered an order directing appellant to pay the money to the receiver of the court. To this order there was no exception. The receiver collected the money, and on May 1 a judgment was entered in the action, to the effect that Coulter and Huger were the legal ofiicers of the State, and directing the receiver to pay them the amount of the money in his hands, less his commissions, amounting to $66!-1.16, and it was further adjudged that appellant pay the entire cost ct the action, including the allowance to the receiver. '1'here was no exception to the judgment; but appellant afterwards sued out an appeal in...
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  • Paperback | 1072 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 53mm | 1,869g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123695064X
  • 9781236950642