Oklahoma Reports; Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma Volume 46

Oklahoma Reports; Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma Volume 46

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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. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...of the kind under consideration have no application to the case where a corporation sends into the restricting state its traveling agent who solicits orders for its goods and forwards them, subject to approval, to the home office, the orders being afterward filled by shipments to the customer. Opinion of the Court. Such an application of the statute would be inadmissable in so far as state 'statutes are concerned, because, so applied' it would have the effect of imposing a restraint upon commerce between the states or with foreign countries.' (19 Cyc. 1272, 1273, and authorities cited in notes.) "In Wolff Dryer Co. v. Bigler, 192 Pac. 466, 43 Atl. 1092, the court said: 'Where the foreign corporation has no office or place of business within the restricting state, and no part of its capital is invested there, and the goods are shipped cither directly from its factory or upon its orders given to other factories, the fact that its agent came into this state and made contracts for machinery to be delivered here did not bring it within the inhibition of the act of 1874."' Another leading case upon this subject by our own court is that of Chicago Crayon Co. v. Rogers, 30 Okla. 299, 119 Pac. 630. That case is also controlling on the questions involved herein, and clearly supports the contention of the defendants. The case should be affirmed, and we so recommend. By the Court. It is so ordered. Gilflllan et al. v. City of Bartlesville. GILFILLAN et al v. CITY OF BARTLESVILLE. No. 3706. Opinion Filed May 11, 1915. (148 Pac. 1012.) 1. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS--Local Improvements--Assessments--Property Benefitted. Section 7, art. 10 (Williams' Sec. 272), of the Constitution expressly declares and thus, upon the principle of "expressio...
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  • United States
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