The Pacific Reporter Volume 144

The Pacific Reporter Volume 144

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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. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...ground that the contracts upon which such warrants and claims are based were incurred in excess of a constitutional or statutory limitation, the burden of showing that such debt limit had been exceeded is upon the city. Ed. Note.--For other cases, see Municipal Corporations, Cent. Dig. gg 1891-1893; Dec. Dig. g 905. 3. Municipal Corporations (gg 865, 803)--Transfer Of Funds--Right. A city has no right to apply the revenue provided for the current year to the satisfaction of obligations of a preceding year, so long as there are or may be legal claims outstanding against the city for such current year; and, where the revenue provided for the current year is misapplied to the payment of obligations of a preceding year, the funds so misapplied will be considered as in the treasury in determining whether or not a constitutional or statutory limitation has been exceeded. Ed. Note.--For other cases, see Municipal Corporations, Cent. Dig. gg 1838-1838, 1876: Dec. Dig. gg 865, 893. Error from District Court, Ottuwa County; Preston S. Davis, Judge, Action by the State Bank of Miami against the City of Miami. Judgment for defendant, see ume topic and section NUMBER in Dec. Dig. & Ain. Dig. Key-No. Series & Rep'r Indexed and plaintiff brings error. Reversed and remanded for new trial. F. D. Fulkerson, of St. Joseph, Mo., and Asp, Snyder, Owen & Lybrand, of Oklahoma City, for plaintiff in error. Dick Rice, of Bentonville, for defendant in error. LOOFBOURROW, J. The petition in this case consists of 45 counts, of which 26 are based upon city warrants and 19 upon open accounts. The said warrants were executed in due form by the city of Miami and show upon their face that they were drawn upon the contingent, the salary and the street and...show more

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