Where the creditor takes a bill for an existing debt without obtaining the debtor's indorsement, and the bill turns out to be worthless, the creditor may prove in the debtor's bankruptcy in respect of the debt; but, if there is no existing debt, and the bill is discounted without indorsement, this is a mere purchase of the bill, and there is no right of proof
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