Law Journal Notes of Cases, Volume 15

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Page 143 - Bench for a rule calling on the auditor and the guardians to show cause why a writ of certiorari should not issue to bring up the school fees account, together with the allowance by the auditor and his reasons for the allowance.
Page 122 - Takings at Sea, Arrests, Restraints and Detainments of all Kings, Princes, and People, of what Nation, Condition, or Quality soever, Barratry of the Master and Mariners, and of all other Perils, Losses, and Misfortunes that have or shall come to the Hurt, Detriment, or Damage of the said Goods and Merchandises and Ship, &c., or any Part thereof...
Page 108 - Any agreement for the application of the funds of a trade union, to provide benefits to members...
Page 140 - 'workman," means a railway servant and any person to whom the Employers and Workmen Act, 1875, applies. (38 and 39 Vic., chap. 90, sect. 10. In this Act, the expression "workman" does not include a domestic or menial servant, but, save as aforesaid, means any person who, being a laborer, servant in husbandry, journeyman, artificer, handicraftsman, miner, or otherwise engaged in manual labor...
Page 139 - ... chattels comprised in such prior bill of sale, then, if such subsequent bill of sale is given as a security for the same debt as is secured by the prior bill of sale, or for any part of such debt, it shall, to the extent to which it is a security for the same debt or part thereof, and so far as respects the personal chattels or part thereof comprised in the prior bill, be absolutely void...
Page 84 - Until Rules of Court have been made in pursuance of this Act, and so far as such Rules do not extend, the Principles, Practice, and Rules on which Committees of the House of Commons have heretofore acted in dealing with Election Petitions shall be observed so far as may be by the Court and Judge in the Case of Election Petitions under this Act.
Page 127 - ... in course of delivery to the purchaser or consignee in pursuance of any contract for the sale to such purchaser or consignee of such milk ; and such officer, inspector, or constable, if he suspect the same to have been sold contrary to any of the provisions of the principal Act, shall submit the same to be analysed, and the same shall be analysed, and proceedings shall be taken, and penalties on conviction be enforced in like manner in all respects as if such officer, inspector, or constable...
Page 47 - ... admit, to a sum in respect of which a court of summary jurisdiction can issue a warrant of distress without an information or complaint under the Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1848, in like manner as if the said sum were a civil debt ; and the provisions of this act with respect to the hearing, trying, determining, and adjudging of a case by a court of summary jurisdiction when sitting in open court shall apply to the hearing, trying, determining, and adjudging by a court of summary jurisdiction...
Page 48 - ... corporation and its lessees ; without any qualification except that the free inhabitants of ancient tenements in the borough had from time immemorial without interruption, and claiming as of right, exercised the privilege of dredging for oysters in the locus in quo from the 2nd of February to Easter Eve in each year, and of catching and carrying away the same without stint for sale and otherwise.
Page 95 - ... and a proviso for re-entry in case of breach. The plaintiff alleged that Bowyer" had stood by while he (the plaintiff) expended money on the property in ignorance of the restriction against underletting, and could not refuse to concur in the sublease. Mr.

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