Supreme Court Appellate Divison- First Department

Supreme Court Appellate Divison- First 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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ... A. Six months. Q. During the month of February did you cmploy a waiter about t5 feet 2 inches tall? A. No, sir. Q. Was there such a waiter that height in the place? A. There wasn't a waiter six feet tall. i-l. Had you a waiter with blonde hair and blonde mustache 6 feet 2 inches tall? A. No, sir, there was nothing of that kind. Henry Shott--doss Examination. Called on behalf of Defendant. By Judge Fleming: Q. How many waiters have left lhere since the 1st of February? A. Two waiters. Q. One of them has "one to Germany hasn't he? A. Yes, sir. Q. Where did the other one go? A. Probably he is looking for another job. Q. You don't know where the other one went? A. No, sir. Q. What is his name? A. I don't remember. Q. When did he leave? A. The one thai didn't go to Germany, about three weeks ago. Q. Do you sleep there on the premises? A. No, sir; I sleep in my home. Q. Who was in the back or rear dining room? A. There is only one man. Christian Kessler. iy Mr. Siegel: Q. Any other waiter permitted to go in the rear dining room? A. No, sir. Q. You get all their stuff by going downstairs through the main dining room? A. Yes. sir. (_). Are the doors of that rear room always open? A. Yes, sir. Q. And that entranee is in the hallway? A. Yes, sir. Gross-examination by Mr. Sullivan: Q. What time do you leave your work al night? A. One o'clock sharp. Q. Whom do you leave in charge of the rear (lining room? A. Onlv Chris. Kessler. op-o John E. Korndahl--Direct Examination. Defendant called in his own behalf. Q. You leave him in charge at one when you leave? A. The dining room is closed at one o'clock. Q. What does Kessler do when you leave? A. He watches the house and kitchen and the fire. Q. fBy Judge Fleming) How many watchmen are there? more

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  • Paperback | 238 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236863186
  • 9781236863188