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LORING V. FRUE, 104 U. S. 223 (1881)
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Loring v. Frue, 104 U.S. 223 (1881)
Loring v. Frue
104 U.S. 223
ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
1. Judgment upon nonsuit was rendered, with leave to move to set it aside. More than two years thereafter, the court heard the respective parties and granted the motion. Held that the action of the court presented no question upon which a jury could pass, and that, no exception thereto having been taken, it cannot be reviewed here.
2. Certain shares of stock were sold by the agent of a corporation, and the moneys derived therefrom forwarded to its treasurer, who, in his official capacity, received and applied them to its uses. The agent subsequently
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