No. 3657.

71 F.2d 864 (1934)

BRODERICK, Superintendent of Banks of New York, v. AMERICAN GENERAL CORPORATION et al.

Circuit Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.

June 11, 1934.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Herbert M. Brune, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. (Brown & Brune, of Baltimore, Md., and Arthur Ofner and Carl J. Austrian, both of New York City, on the brief), for appellant.

Allan H. Fisher and Charles McH. Howard, both of Baltimore, Md. (Reuben Oppenheimer, Morton P. Fisher, Howard H. Conaway, Emory, Beeuwkes, Skeen & Oppenheimer, Fisher & Fisher, William C. Walsh, and Simon E. Sobeloff, all of Baltimore, Md., on the brief), for appellees.

Before PARKER, NORTHCOTT, and SOPER, Circuit Judges.

PARKER, Circuit Judge.

This is a suit by the superintendent of banks of the state of New York against stockholders of the failed Bank of United States resident in the state of Maryland, to collect the "double liability" assessment made against them pursuant to the law of New York under which the bank was incorporated. The bill was filed against sixty defendants, but against only six of these are judgments asked in excess of $3,000. The bill was dismissed under the...


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