Rogers v. Keokuk
154 U.S. 546 (1866)

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Rogers v. Keokuk, 154 U.S. 546 (1866)

Rogers v. Keokuk

No. 94

Submitted January 4, 1866

Decided January 22, 1866

154 U.S. 546

Syllabus

The Legislature of Iowa had power to authorize the City of Keokuk to subscribe for and take stock in a railway company, to issue its bonds therefor, and to lay a tax to pay the interest thereon.

It had also power to give validity to bonds informally issued for such purpose.

A plaintiff who purchases such bonds in the open market is not chargeable with defects or irregularities in their issue.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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