Records on Appeal

Records on Appeal

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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. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...been a manager of how many syndicates? A. I have been a manager of a number of syndicates. Q. Now, the usual books kept in this Syndicate are those usually kept in other syndicates? A. Just the 2417 same. Mr. McCuLLOH: If Your Honor please, during the course of this trial, the Exhibits which were put in were destroyed, as I have explained. I have taken from such records as there are in these other cases all of these exhibits, including all of the correspondence, from April 2, 1902, to and including the letter of June 18, 1904, every one of which is in evidence, and I would like to 2418 have this printed copy marked, and the Exhibits substituted for those which we have lost. The Court: You can submit it to the other side. Mr. Brackett: We shall not make the slightest objection to anything that will help our friends as a result of the fire. Mr. McCuLLOH: You are very kind, Senator. I will submit this to them. The Court: Let them have a copy of it, and 2419 then have it marked. Mr. McCuLLOH: Furthermore, on behalf of Mr. Ramsey, particularly, I offer these letters in chronological order as printed here. Mr. Brackett: They are already in evidence. I don't quite understand it. Mr. McCuLLOH: The only difference is the chronological order in which they were. The Court: But you have marked them in the order in which they were marked. 2420 Mr. McCuLLOH: I haven't put any marks on them yet, and I offer them in chronological order as a copy of the full correspondence on behalf of Mr. Ramsey. I reserve the objection which was made on behalf of Mr. Gould and Mr. Guy to these letters--The Court: Yes; that has already been passed upon. Mr. McCuLLOH: Yes; that so far as the defendants Gould and Guy are concerned, these 2421 letters have been offered and...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 662g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236879325
  • 9781236879325