U.S. Supreme Court
Merriam v. Haas, 154 U.S. 542 (1865)
Merriam v. Haas
Argued and submitted December 23, 1864
Decided January 23, 1865
154 U.S. 542
A loan was negotiated through a banker, who received the money from the lender and failed before the borrower called for it. Held, on the facts disclosed by the proof, that he held it as the agent of the borrower.
The case is stated in the opinion.