This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images,
or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the
original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1908. Not
illustrated. Excerpt: ... Your office is not precluded by the
decree of court obtained by Helm from inquiry into and passing upon
the validity of such assignment, and you may require proof as to
how and when, and upon what consideration, the warrant passed from
the warrantee or his heirs. Homer Guerry (35 L. D., 310). It
appears, however, that the warrant was submitted to your office for
examination by Harvey Spalding & Sons, with an assignment
executed by T. I?. Helm in blank, and on October 20, 1904. they
were advised that when the name of an assignee shall have been
written in the assignment, it will be sufficient in form, and the
right of the assignee to use or assign the warrant, will be
respected by your office. In the case of Herbert D. Stitt, decided
by the Department April 30, 1907, (not reported), it was said that
it was the province of your office to determine whether the
assignments are sufficient, independently of the adjudication of
the courts, but having exercised your judgment upon that question,
certifying to the validity of the assignment, that question should
not be reopened after it has been located by a subsequent assignee,
and after the land has been purchased upon the certificate issued
upon that location, but your office may require such assignee and
locator to show that he purchased upon the faith of your
certificate and to that end you may require the locator to show how
and from whom he purchased said warrant, and whether he obtained it
in good faith for a valuable consideration under and by virtue of
said blank assignment, and that he is the owner thereof. Frederick
W. Mclieynolds (35 L. D., 429); Jake Salmen (35 L. D., 453). Such
showing should always be required in cases like this when there is
no evidence of written assignment of the warrantee or h...
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