New Jersey Law Reports Volume 96

New Jersey Law Reports Volume 96

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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. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...and that the mayor is excepted from such change in his duties by reassignment, though the other commissioners are not. It is true that Wildwood is a three-commissioner city; but the rule laid down in the Woolley ease is applicable generally to all cities under the act. It would be absurd to say that the words 'such designation' refer to the assignment of commissioners to departments in a five-commissioner city, and to the grouping of departments in a city of three commissioners. "The reasoning and conclusion in Woolley v. Flock impel us to hold that in the case at bar the statutory grouping of departments could not be changed by the board, and hence the resolution brought up, coupling the department of public safety with that of revenue and finance, must be set aside, with costs." For the appellant, J-ohn Harm's and Ernest W. Lloyd. For the respondent, Clarence L. Cole. PER CURIAM. The judgment under review herein should be affirmed, for the reasons expressed in the opinion of the Supreme Court. For (Z/fi1'mdnC6--THE CHANCELLOR, CHIEF JosrroE, TRENCHARD, BERGEN, MINTURN, KALISCH, KATZENBACH, WHITE, HIEPPENHEIMER, WILLIALIS, GARDNER, J J. 11. For rcversal--N one. THOMAS H. HOWLEY, RESPONDENT, v. ELMER E. WYCKOFF ET AL., APPELLANTS. Submitted March 21, 1921--Decided June 20, 1921. On appeal from the Supreme Court, in which the following per curiam was filed: "The prosecutor holds a rule to show cause why a writ of certiorari should not be allowed him to review the action of the sheriff of the county of Mi ddlesex in undertaking to interfere with the performance of prosecutor's duty as court attendant. On the argument of the rule, the facts not being in dispute, parties agreed that if the court...show more

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