Wilson v. Merchants' Loan & Trust Co.,
183 U.S. 121 (1901)

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Wilson v. Merchants' Loan & Trust Co., 183 U.S. 121 (1901)

Wilson v. Merchants' Loan & Trust Company of Chicago

No. 67

Argued October 29-30, 1901

Decided December 2, 1901

183 U.S. 121


An agreed statement of facts which is so defective as to present, in addition to certain ultimate facts, other and evidential facts upon which a material ultimate fact might have been but which was not agreed upon or found, cannot be regarded as a substantial compliance with the requirements of Rev.Stat. § 649 and of Rev.Stat. § 700.

The statement of facts will be found in the opinion of the Court.

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