Moore v. Simonds,
100 U.S. 145 (1879)

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Moore v. Simonds, 100 U.S. 145 (1879)

Moore v. Simonds

100 U.S. 145


1. Where the record shows who are the members of a partnership in the name of which an appeal has been taken, held that the defect may, under sec. 1006, Rev.Stat., be cured by an amendment substituting their names.

2. A mortgage of a vessel of the United States is not, as against the parties and such persona as have actual notice thereof, rendered invalid by the failure to record it.

Motion to dismiss the appeal and to affirm the decree below.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

Page 100 U. S. 146

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