Egan v. Clasbey
137 U.S. 654 (1891)

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U.S. Supreme Court

Egan v. Clasbey, 137 U.S. 654 (1891)

Egan v. Clasbey

No. 117

Submitted December 1, 1890

Decided January 19, 1891

137 U.S. 654

APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT

OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH

Syllabus

The pleadings and findings in this case fully sustain the judgment of the court below, and it is therefore affirmed.

This was an action at law, brought in one of the territorial courts of Utah Territory, by Edward D. Egan against James T. Clasbey, to recover the value of 1,475 shares of stock of the Bannock Gold and Silver Mining Company, a corporation organized under the laws of that territory, which, it was alleged, had been received by the defendant in excess of the number to which he was entitled under the following agreement:

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