Minnesota Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota, Band 106

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Review Publishing Company, 1909
Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota.
 

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Seite 328 - All taxes to be raised in this State shall be as nearly equal as may be, and all property on which taxes are to be levied shall have a cash valuation and be equalized and uniform throughout the State...
Seite 398 - Creation of state fund. — There is hereby created a fund to be known as
Seite 397 - ... public burying grounds, public school houses, public hospitals, academies, colleges, universities, and all seminaries of learning, all churches, church property used for religious purposes, and houses of worship, institutions of purely public charity, public property used exclusively for any public purpose, and personal property to an amount not exceeding in value two hundred dollars for each individual, shall, by general laws, be exempt from taxation.* SEC.
Seite 38 - The provisions of this act, so far as they are the same as those of existing statutes, shall be construed as continuations thereof, and not as new enactments...
Seite 13 - There is not one law for the sovereign, and another for the subject. But when the sovereign engages in business and the conduct of business enterprises and contracts with individuals, whenever the contract in any form comes before the courts the rights and obligations of the contracting parties must be adjusted upon the same principle as if both contracting parties were private persons.
Seite 404 - We entertain no doubt that, to change the constitution in any other mode than by a convention, every requisite which is demanded by the instrument itself must be observed, and the omission of any one is fatal to the amendment.
Seite 178 - ... and the payment of such per centum annually, as aforesaid, shall be and is in full of all taxation and assessments whatever upon the property aforesaid.
Seite 18 - In fact, to allow this sort of action to prevail, would be an encouragement to the servant to omit that diligence and caution which he is in duty bound to exercise on the behalf of his master, to protect him against the misconduct or negligence of others who serve him...
Seite 57 - It appears from the memorandum of the learned trial judge attached to the order that a new trial was granted on the ground that the evidence was not sufficient to sustain a finding that the plaintiff's injuries were permanent, and therefore the damages awarded were excessive.
Seite 445 - The record does not show an abuse of discretion by the trial court in denying the motion, for the question as to the diligence of the defendant was clearly one of fact.

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