City of St. Louis v. Lang

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Missouri
Writing for the CourtSherwood
Citation131 Mo. 412,33 S.W. 54
Decision Date03 December 1895
PartiesCITY OF ST. LOUIS v. LANG et al.
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11 practice notes
  • Kirby v. Nolte, Consolidated Causes No. 38082.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • 25 Julio 1942
    ...take judicial notice of the Charter. Constitution of Missouri, Article IX, Section 21; Walsh v. Ry. Co., 102 Mo. 589; St. Louis v. Lang, 131 Mo. 412. (2) The Charter adopted in 1914 provides "a complete plan for the government of the City in all its departments." Constitution of Missouri, A......
  • Stocker v. City of Richmond Heights, No. 25126.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • 7 Noviembre 1939
    ...City of St. Louis, 138 Mo. 608, 39 S.W. 467; Werth v. City of Springfield, 78 Mo. 107; 44 C.J. 476, sec. 2796; City of St. Louis v. Lang, 131 Mo. 412, 33 S.W. 54. (d) If necessary to plead an ordinance, evidence of it admitted without objection would cure the failure to plead it. R.S. Misso......
  • City of Rawlins v. Jungquist
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Wyoming
    • 21 Marzo 1908
    ...Mun. Corp., 1837; R. R. Co. v. Ayres, 106 Ill. 511; Chicago v. Taylor, 125 U.S. 161; Mayor, &c., v. Herman, 16 So. 434; St. Louis v. Lang, 33 S.W. 54; Ogden v. Phila., 22 A. 694; O'Brien v. Phila., 24 A. 1047.) There seems to be no reason for distinguishing between damages occasioned under ......
  • State v. Risty, No. 6242.
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of South Dakota
    • 9 Mayo 1927
    ...at the time and place indicated in the notice, he has waived such right. Gorman v. Koester, 157 Ind. 205, 60 N. E. 1083;St. Louis v. Lang, 131 Mo. 412, 33 S. W. 54;Hays v. Tippy, 91 Ind. 102. [11] By section 8463, R. C., it is made the duty of the board to fix the proportion of benefits amo......
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  • Kirby v. Nolte, Consolidated Causes No. 38082.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • 25 Julio 1942
    ...take judicial notice of the Charter. Constitution of Missouri, Article IX, Section 21; Walsh v. Ry. Co., 102 Mo. 589; St. Louis v. Lang, 131 Mo. 412. (2) The Charter adopted in 1914 provides "a complete plan for the government of the City in all its departments." Constitution of Missouri, A......
  • Stocker v. City of Richmond Heights, No. 25126.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • 7 Noviembre 1939
    ...City of St. Louis, 138 Mo. 608, 39 S.W. 467; Werth v. City of Springfield, 78 Mo. 107; 44 C.J. 476, sec. 2796; City of St. Louis v. Lang, 131 Mo. 412, 33 S.W. 54. (d) If necessary to plead an ordinance, evidence of it admitted without objection would cure the failure to plead it. R.S. Misso......
  • City of Rawlins v. Jungquist
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Wyoming
    • 21 Marzo 1908
    ...Mun. Corp., 1837; R. R. Co. v. Ayres, 106 Ill. 511; Chicago v. Taylor, 125 U.S. 161; Mayor, &c., v. Herman, 16 So. 434; St. Louis v. Lang, 33 S.W. 54; Ogden v. Phila., 22 A. 694; O'Brien v. Phila., 24 A. 1047.) There seems to be no reason for distinguishing between damages occasioned under ......
  • State v. Risty, No. 6242.
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of South Dakota
    • 9 Mayo 1927
    ...at the time and place indicated in the notice, he has waived such right. Gorman v. Koester, 157 Ind. 205, 60 N. E. 1083;St. Louis v. Lang, 131 Mo. 412, 33 S. W. 54;Hays v. Tippy, 91 Ind. 102. [11] By section 8463, R. C., it is made the duty of the board to fix the proportion of benefits amo......
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