Knickerbocker Trust Company

…by reason of the acts of the said John D. Parsons, Jr., in transferring the said several sums of money to the said Knickerbocker Trust Company in the year 1904, this defendant has lost the possession of the respective sums of $11,707.85 and $1,388.25, and $92,549.74, with interest to this date, and no part thereof has been repaid to it except that the whole of the said special deposit has been returned to this defendant other than the sum of $28,093.61, which sum with interest thereon from December 16th, 1905, this defendant has been deprived of by the act of the said John D. Parsons, Jr. That demand has been made of the said Knickerbocker Trust Company for the return of the said sum of $28,093.61, but that said demand has been refused, and that said Knickerbocker Trust Company claims the right to apply the said $28,093.61 upon failure to collect the amount from the estate of the said John D. Parsons, Jr.

Supreme Court, 1909

September 3, 2014