U.S. Supreme Court
Fosdick v. Car Company, 99 U.S. 256 (1878)
Fosdick v. Car Company
99 U.S. 256
The ruling in Fosdick v. Schall, supra, p. 99 U. S. 235, that where a contract between A. and a railroad company for furnishing it cars provides that they shall be his property until paid for, a pre-existing mortgage by the company of all its then property, or that which it might thereafter acquire, does not subordinate the claim of A. for the price of the cars to the lien of the mortgagees, reaffirmed and applied to this case.
The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.