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" One who acts for or in place of another by authority from him; a substitute, a deputy, appointed by principal with power to do the things which principal may do. "
Bookkeeping, Introductory Course - Page xvi
by George Washington Miner - 1912 - 126 pages
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 110

Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...Court of Colorado. July 5, 1910.) 1. PRINCIPAL AND AGENT ( 1*) — WHO is "AGENT." An "agent" is one who acts for or in place of another by authority from him, or who is intrusted with the business of another. [Ed. Note.— For other cases, see Principal and...
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Bookkeeping: Complete Course

George Washington Miner - Bookkeeping - 1912 - 365 pages
...a vertical position, and may be combined in various forms appropriate to the business to be served. APPENDIX D COMMERCIAL TERMS DEFINED Acceptance. The...One appointed by another to do some act or to enjoy sonic right ; generally, one to whom property is transferred for the benefit of the creditors. Attachment....
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 27

Idaho. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1915
...of Kistler. As held in the case of Pouppirt v. Greenwood, 48 Colo. 405, 110 Pac. 195: "An 'agent' is one who acts for or in place of another by authority from him, or who is intrusted with the business of another." And in the case of Echols v. State, 158 Ala. 48,...
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The Demonstration Work: Dr. Seaman A. Knapp's Contribution to Civilization

Oscar Baker Martin - Agricultural education - 1921 - 269 pages
...a supervisor, as he is sometimes termed. Agent means one who exerts power, or has the power to act; one who acts for or in place of another by authority from him; one trusted with the business of another.' " This extract from the Kansas Farmer, of March 4, 1916,...
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Market Microstructure: Intermediaries and the Theory of the Firm

Daniel F. Spulber - Business & Economics - 1999 - 374 pages
...affair, for another, by the authority and on account of the latter, and to render an account of it. One who acts for or in place of another by authority from him; a substitute, a deputy, appointed by principal with power to do the things which principal may do. There...
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