Henry R. Taylor, while domiciled and residing in New York, died testate, December 4, 1925. He had long owned and kept within that State negotiable bonds and certificates of indebtedness issued by the State of Minnesota and the Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, worth above $300,000. Some of these were registered, others were payable to bearer. None had any connection...
FARMERS LOAN CO. v. MINNESOTA
280 U.S. 204 (1930)
THE FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, EXECUTOR, v. MINNESOTA.
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Argued October 30, 1929.
Decided January 6, 1930.
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