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TYNG V. GRINNELL, 92 U. S. 467 (1875)

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Tyng v. Grinnell, 92 U.S. 467 (1875)

Tyng v. Grinnell

92 U.S. 467


1. A special finding by the court upon issues of fact, where the parties or their attorneys have duly filed a stipulation waiving a jury, has the same effect as a verdict, and is not subject to review by this Court except as to the sufficiency of the facts found to support the judgment.

2. The question whether an imported article is or is not known in commerce by the word or terms used in the act imposing the duty is one of fact for the jury.

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