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The alleged confirmation stated also: 'All transactions made by us for your account contemplate the actual receipt and delivery of the property and payment therefor. We reserve the right to close these transactions when deposits are running out, without further notice. We also reserve the privilege of clearing all transactions through Clearing Associations, if there be any, from day to day in accordance with the usages, rules and regulations of the Exchange where the trade is made, prevailing at the time. All purchases and sales made by us for you are made in accordance with and subject to the rules, regulations and customs of the Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade where the trades are made and the rules, regulations and requirements of its Board of Directors, and all amendments that may be made thereto. The contract is made under the authority of the Act of Congress known as 'The Future Trading Act (42 Stat. 187)."
3. Every transaction was a pretended contract of purchase or sale of grain for future delivery, purported to have been executed on grain exchanges by plaintiff in behalf of defendants on the one side, in which the plaintiff was a clearing member of the exchange where executed and in which the purported other party to the transaction, either acting for himself or a pretended undisclosed principal, was also a clearing member.
7. At all the times in question plaintiff was a member in good standing of the grain exchanges on which the pretended contracts of purchase and sale were executed, and plaintiff constantly maintained a margin with the clearing house of each grain exchange as security for the performance of its bona fide contracts. All transactions of pretended purchase and pretended sale executed by plaintiff for defendants were purported to have been contracted for on the exchanges in the name of plaintiff (plaintiff was responsible for their performance, and in each instance where the sale price was for an amount less than the purchase price, plaintiff acting as defendants' broker paid the difference to the clearing house of the exchange upon which the transactions were carried out. In none of the transactions did plaintiff profit or lose by a loss or profit to defendants. In all of them it acted only as a broker for defendants.)
10. All (none) of the transactions of purchase and sale executed by plaintiff for defendant were fictitious transactions. None (all) of them were actually executed between clearing members of the exchange where pretended to have been consummated. (One of whom would be plaintiff acting for defendant.)
12. In each transaction, after a pretended order to sell or purchase was purported to have been executed by plaintiff in behalf of defendant, written confirmation thereof was immediately mailed by plaintiff to defendant. Every written confirmation recited that:
Sort of. When first proposed in 1962, the station was to be on the west side of the B&O tracks instead of the east side where it is now, putting it about 150 feet closer to Route 1. This was going to place it too close to some homes for some people and after fighting about it for 15 years, the people of College Park voted 70% in favor of having no Metro line through town. And that was that.
The built Reston Wiehle station has induced a large amount of dense development, and there is dense development being drawn to the new stations. Meanwhile highway median stations on the Orange line, Dunn Loring, EFC, and Vienna, have also drawn dense development.
EFC is not in Fairfax County, and WFC is barely so (and has stimulated development in the City of Falls Church, and is constrained by land use) So that leaves Dunn Loring and Vienna. MetroWest is a definitely pride worthy, its one of the rare places in the region where SFH detached houses were replaced by denser uses - people here talk about that a lot, FFX actually did it. There are also some other new developments nearby.
I did that years ago, pre SL, and it was terrible. The obstacle was not a median, but the number of lanes and the auto speeds. Today there is an alterantive, using the metro stations as a bridge. Spending tens of millions extra for the pipe dream of getting people to cross Rte 7 on foot at grade would be a good example of poor decision making.
The point is that the 1100 foot difference which sounds so high, is not that big a percent of the total walking time, origin to destination (most people will have a walk at the non-airport end as well) therefore the impact on mode share is going to be limited.
Blue was required to follow the RF&P ROW, which is why it swung around the east side of Potomac Yard. There was no surface space at the west side of the yard, as the main line was right beside Route 1. The main was moved over to the east as part of the decomissioning process when Potomac Yard was deactivated and removed.
With the construction of the purple line I feel that there are still opportunities to extend a line from Riverdale to Union Station (along the existing railroad tracks). It would essentially go from Union Station, NOMA, Ivy City, Langdon/Ft. Lincoln, then upwards to Mt. Rainier, Hyattsville, and beyond. If there is an email, I could share some of my old graphics that I made a while ago on this issue. 041b061a72