Supreme Court of Ohio, December Term, 1857
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Supreme Court of Ohio, December Term, 1857 the Fraternal Mutual Life Insurance Company vs. Henrietta Applegate, defendant in error : error to the Superior Court of Cincinnati : brief for defendant by Fraternal Mutual Life Insurance Company.

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Published by Cincinnati Daily Commercial Steam Press Print. in [Cincinnati, Ohio] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Ohio.

Subjects:

  • Applegate, Henrietta -- Trials, litigation, etc.,
  • Fraternal Mutual Life Insurance Company -- Trials, litigation, etc.,
  • Life insurance claims -- Ohio.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Cover title.

Other titlesFraternal Mutual Life Insurance Company vs. Henrietta Applegate, defendant in error, Brief for defendant
StatementKebler & Force, attorneys for defendant.
GenreTrials, litigation, etc.
ContributionsApplegate, Henrietta., Kebler & Force., Ohio. Supreme Court.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF228.F73 F73 1857
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3474340M
LC Control Number2005576038

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THE STATE OF OHIO. December Term, that the Supreme Court decided that the board of public works had no authority to make such contract. If we go out of the record to search for the reasons, we find no evidence that there was any complaint that the act of was contrary to the Constitution of the United States, or that the court.   In the Dred Scott decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that African Americans were not citizens of the United States. This guide provides access to digital materials at the Library of Congress, external websites, and a print bibliography. In , the Supreme Court moved to the Ohio Statehouse, and in , the court relocated to the Judiciary Annex in downtown Columbus, Ohio. In , the justices began to hold court in the James A. Rhodes State Office Tower, before moving to its current home, the Ohio Judicial Center, in Both of these buildings are located in Columbus. Book/Printed Material Reclamation of fugitives from service: an argument for the defendant, submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the December term, , in the case of Wharton Jones vs. John Vanzandt Argument for the defendant, submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the December term, , in the case of Wharton Jones vs. John Vanzandt.

the supreme court of ohio style manual committee hon. judith ann lanzinger justice, the supreme court of ohio chair hon. terrence o’donnell justice, the supreme court of ohio hon. judith l. french justice, the supreme court of ohio steven c. hollon administrative director, the supreme court of ohio arthur j. marziale jr., retired j   In December , the American Monthly Review commented on a newly published book by Joseph Story. By that time the fifty-four-year-old Supreme Court Justice had written or edited some twelve books. These works included a treatise on bills of exchange, a treatise on pleading, yet another on pleading and assumpsit, commentaries on the law of bailments, a biography, and even a book . Chief Justice Rutledge is included because he took his oaths, presided over the August Term of , and his name appears on two opinions of the Court for that Term. The date a Member of the Court took his/her Judicial oath (the Judiciary Act provided “That the Justices of the Supreme Court, and the district judges, before they proceed to. The Library moved to two temporary rooms in the new State House opposite the Treasury in The library moved to the Library Hall in the State House. Law Library collection was separated & became the Supreme Court of Ohio Law Library. Samuel G. Harbaugh became State Librarian. Walter C. Hood became State Librarian.

As reporter, Warden edited volume 2 of Ohio State Reports and began to edit volume 3 when Gov. Medill appointed him to a vacant Supreme Court seat on Dec. 9, Warden was replaced on Feb. 9, Warden authored 13 majority opinions for the December term of the Court that were published in volume 3 of Ohio State Reports. Steiner, 74 Ohio St.3d , , N.E.2d () (holding that judgment entry issued by court lacking jurisdiction was a nullity and vacating the entry). 7 SUPREME COURT OF OHIO { 21} Moreover, by treating this as a (B)(1) surrender even though he cited R.C. (B)(2), the juvenile-court judge made factual findings concerning N.V. This system continued until constitutional changes occurred in and the duties of the Supreme Court were taken over by the district courts which existed until From the description of Sandusky County, Ohio, Supreme Court/Sandusky County, Ohio, District Court records, [microform]. * A report of the decision of the supreme court of the United States, and the opinions of the judges thereof, in the case of Dred Scott v. John F. A. Sandford, December Term, By Benjamin C. Howard, counsellor, at law and reporter of the decisions of the supreme court of the United States. New York: D. Appleton & Co.