[Reg. 33, Fol. 489.] in the Court of Appeals, on Appeal from New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division - Second Department

[Reg. 33, Fol. 489.] in the Court of Appeals, on Appeal from New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division - Second Department

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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. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...else said at that time by Mr. Smallheiser to Mr. Manneschmidt or by Mr. Manneschmidt to Mr. Smallheiser? A. The matter was brought up regarding the change in the regulations covering the waste pipe from the laundry tubs; that was brought up. Q. That was brought up? A. General discussion was carried on, really. Q. In general discussion? A. Mr. Smallheiser said: "If there is anything you can do on the job and you can put in something that will be equally good, you may do so, and make a proper allowance." He said he wanted an allowance made 402 where a substitution was made. He didn't harp upon it. None of the Goodsteins were present at the conversation; I don't know whether they were in the vicinity; I don't remember seeing them; at that time the iron sewer pipe was visible there, so that anybody could see it, and apparently the iron pipe was going into those sewer cuts; I have not talked over this matter since yesterday with Mr. Manneschmidt or anybody; I live in the same house with Mr. Mauneschmidt, and saw him last night for a few moments. As to keeping house together, I live in the house with him and dine at his table. I did not see him this morning until I got to court; I saw him a few moments last night; 403 1 did not talk the case over with him; not a word was mentioned then; I am positive, because he was almost through his supper when I came, and I went out directly after supper. I was in court yesterday afternoon when Mr. Mauneschmidt gave his testimony and heard his testimony. As definite as I could state, the plumbing regulations in the City of New York, which permitted the change of pipes from two inch to one and one half inch was made in March or April; I know it was in the spring of that year. I know they had been...show more

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