Reports Of Cases In The Supreme Court Of Nebraska (volume 99) by Nebraska. Supreme CourtReports Of Cases In The Supreme Court Of Nebraska (volume 99) by Nebraska. Supreme Court

Reports Of Cases In The Supreme Court Of Nebraska (volume 99)

byNebraska. Supreme Court

Paperback | January 18, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916. Excerpt: ... State, ex rel. Harte, v. Moorhead. "Obviously this must depend upon the status of a police officer. In Kelley v. Cook, 21 R. I. 29, this court has recently decided that he is an officer appointed to perform a public service, and in appointing him the mayor and aldermen of a city merely exercised one of the functions of government in which the city had no special interest and from which it derived no special benefit or advantage in its corporate capacity. A city, therefore, in preserving the public peace or enforcing the laws within its borders, is not acting for itself or for its own inhabitants merely, but for the whole people; in other words, the state. » » People v. Common Council of Detroit, 28 Mich. 228, involved the creation of a park commission, and again distinguishing the case from People v. Mahaney, 13 Mich. 481, the court held that the people of other parts of the state had no right to dictate to the city of Detroit what fountains it should build or what land it should buy for a park or boulevard, at its expense, for the recreation of its citizens. People v. Mayor of Detroit, 29 Mich. 343, was on the same subject. Robertson v. Baxter, 57 Mich. 127, related to the authority of a drain commissioner to act outside of his township. Wilcox v. Paddock, 65 Mich. 23, held that the legislature had no power to authorize a judge of probate of one county to assess benefits upon lands outside of his county for a local improvement. Board of Metropolitan Police v. Board of Auditors, 68 Mich. 576, held that the police commission of Detroit, paid for by the city, could not be assigned to duty in other townships. The Michigan cases therefore draw a clear line between local and state service." The court makes this distinction plain by quoting the follo...
Title:Reports Of Cases In The Supreme Court Of Nebraska (volume 99)Format:PaperbackDimensions:306 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.64 inPublished:January 18, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217986374

ISBN - 13:9780217986373