Ohio Law Bulletin Volume 37-38

Ohio Law Bulletin Volume 37-38

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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. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...which Doughty was engaged in George F. Doughty, in an envelope marked'George F. Doughty, ' in the safe of the company, and came to the possession of Theodore Cook, and the court find that said certificate was the private property of George F. Doughty, and that it came into the possession of Theodore Cook as his administrator, and was subsequently transferred by said Theodore Cook as administrator to other parties than the defendants named in this case. He also became the owner, by purchase, on February 27, 1882, of one hundred shares, evidenced by certificate No. 466, which he subsequently sold and transferred to parties other than the defendants in this case, and on April, 1882, said Doughty purchased one share of capital stock, evidenced by certificate No. 513, which was neither found in the possession of said Doughty nor of said plaintifi at the time of his death. The above were all the shares which the court find that the evidence shows were ever held or owned by said George F. Doughty. "Sixth. The court further find the personal account of George F. Doughty in the stock ledger at the death of Doughty, was as follows: "Dr. George F. Doughty. 1881. Oct. 15. To Meyer Bettman, 4. $5,000; Dec. 8. Sundry parties. 10, $1,000. "Cr. 1881. Oct. 8. By capital stock, 8, $60,000; Oct. 8, By capital stock, 8, $5,000;Nov. 11. By L. Markbreit, 7. $1,000; Dec. 23, By Simon dz Huseman, 10, $5,000. "But that the account as shown by comparison with the stock certificate book and the register of transfers was neither complete nor correct. "And the court find that the stock certificate books and the register of transfers contain the only entries of the issue of fraudulent certific-ites by said George F. Doughty....show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236901045
  • 9781236901040