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" The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded, — remedied by imprisonment until the party performs the required act; and doing an act forbidden, — punished by imprisonment for a definite term; is sound in principle, and generally, if not... "
The Central Law Journal - Page 3
1911
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 221

John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...re Nevitt, 117 Fed. Rep. 448; Howard v. Durand, 36 Georgia, 359; Phillips v.Weleh, 11 Nevada, 187. The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded,...defendant's refusing to do any affirmative act required, Opinion of the Court. 221 US but rather in doing that which had been prohibited. The only possible...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 221

John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...re Nevitt, 117 Fed. Rep. 448; Howard v. Durand, 36 Georgia, 359; Phillips v.Welch, 11 Nevada, 187. The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded,...defendant's refusing to do any affirmative act required, Opinion of the Court. 221 US but rather in doing that which had been prohibited. The only possible...
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The Supreme Court Reporter, Volume 31

Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...A. 622, 117 Fed. 448; Howard v. Durand, 36 Ga. 359, 01 Am. Dec. 767; Phillips v. Welch, 11 Nev. 187. The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded...which to determine the character of the punishment. _, In this case the alleged contempt did 2 not consist in the defendant's refusing to • do any affirmative...
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Federal Anti-trust Decisions: Adjudicated Cases and Opinions of ..., Volume 4

United States. Courts - Antitrust law - 1917
...re Nevitt, 117 Fed. Kep. 448; Howard v. Durand, 36 Georgia, 359; Phillips v. Welch, 11 Nevada, 187. The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded...defendant's refusing to do any affirmative act required [444], but rather in doing that which had been prohibited. The only possible remedial relief for such...
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A Treatise on the Bankruptcy Law of the United States, Volume 3

Harold Remington - Bankruptcy - 1915 - 3303 pages
...remedy coercive in its nature, but solely as a punishment for the completed act of disobedience. * * * "The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded,...affords a test by which to determine the character of punishment." Again, a civil contempt is a proceedings between the original parties, instituted by the...
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Cases on Criminal Law and Procedure

Criminal law - 1922 - 659 pages
...defendant stand committed unless and until he performs the affirmative act required by the court's order. The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded,...defendant's refusing to do any affirmative act required, but rather in doing that which Had been prohibited. The only possible remedial relief for such disobedience...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 278

Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...committed an act expressly forbidden by an order of the court. As stated by the court in the Gompers Case: The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded,...which to determine the character of the punishment." If a judgment of imprisonment be entered in a civil contempt proceeding, ordinarily the defendant "carries...
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Federal Anti-trust Decisions: Adjudicated Cases and Opinions of ..., Volume 4

United States. Courts - Antitrust law - 1917
...Phillips v. Welch, 11 Nevada, 187. The distinction between refusing to do an act commanded—remedied by imprisonment until the party performs the required...defendant's refusing to do any affirmative act required [444], but rather in doing that which had been prohibited. The only possible remedial relief for such...
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