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Compensation Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58), s. 1.
(Howe v. Fernhill Collieries Limited), 306
Workmen's compensation-Employer and work-
man-Death caused by accident-Compensa-
tion--Claim by dependant-" Average weekly
earnings"-Basis of computation-No change
of grade-Workmen's Compensation Act 1906
(6 Edw. 7, c. 58), s. 1. (Edge v. J. Gorton
Limited), 329

Employer and workman-Death caused
by accident- Compensation - Claim by
dependants-Balance of probabilities-Infer-
ence to be drawn-Workmen's Compensation
Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58), s. 1. (Stapleton |
r. Dinnington Main Coal Company Limited),
280

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Employer and workman-Death caused |
accident - Compensation - · Claim by!
dependants-Unexplained disappearance of
seaman from his ship-" Accident arising
out of and in the course of the employment
(6
-Workmen's Compensation Act 1906
Edw. 7, c. 58), ss. 1, 7. (Burwash v. Frederick
Leyland and Co. Limited), 306

by

Employer and workman-Death caused
accident-Compensation - Claim by
dependant-Unexplained disappearance of
seaman from his ship-Fireman coming on
deck-" Accident arising out of and in the
course of the employment "-Workmen's
Compensation Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58),
ss. 1, 7. (Lee v. Stag Line Limited), 329

Employer and Workman-Death caused
by accident - Compensation - Claim

by

dependants-Workmen's Compensation Act
1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58), s. 1. (Parker v.
Hambrook), 280

Workmen's Compensation-Employer and work-
man-Death caused by accident-Seaman
drowned when returning to his ship-Com-
pensation-Claim by dependant-Ambit of
employment-Workmen's Compensation Act
1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58), s. 1. (Mitchell v.
Owners of Steamship Saxon), 280

Employer and workman-Incapacity for
work-Review of compensation-Workmen's
Compensation Act 1897 (60 & 61 Vict. c. 37).
(Macdonald v. Wilson and Clyde Coal Com-
pany), 56

Employer and workman-Injury by acci-
dent-Compensation-Agreement to pay-
Application for registration of memorandum
of agreement-No question in dispute-
Workmen's Compensation Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7,
c. 58), s. 1; sched. 1, sub-s. 3; sched. 2,
ss. 1. 2. (Payno v. N. Fortescue and Sons
Limited), 306

Employer and workman-Injury by acci-
dent-Compensation-Agreement to pay-
Review of agreement-"Industrial disease"
-Miner's nystagmus-Partial recovery from
disease-Increased susceptibility thereto
Workman incapable of performing work
underground-Workmen's Compensation Act
1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58), ss. 1. 8: sched. 1.
s. 16. (Garnant Anthracite Colleries Limited
v. Rees), 329

Workmen's Compensation-Employer and work-
man-Injury by accident-Compensation-

Average weekly earnings "-Basis of com-
putation-Weeks during which workman
failed to earn full wages-Workmen's Com-
pensation Act (6 Edw. 7, c. 58), s. 1; sched. 1,
s. 1 (b), s. 2 (a). (White v. Wiseman), 307

Employer and workman-Injury, by acci-
dent-Compensation-Award as to payment—
Review of weekly payment-Workmen's
Compensation Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58).
s. 1; sched. 1, s. 16. (Walton v. South
Kirkby, Featherstone, and Hemsworth
Colliery Limited), 307

Employer and workman-Injury by acci-
dent-Compensation-Award for-Review of
weekly payment-Cesser of workmen's in-
capacity for work-Ending weekly payment-
Suspensory award unnecessary-Workmen's
Compensation Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58),
s. 1. (Wheeler, Ridley, and Co. v. Dawson),
307

Employer and workman-Injury by acci-
dent-Incapacity for work-Workmen's Com-
pensation Act 1906 (6 Edw. 7, c. 58). (Ball
v. William Hunt and Sons Limited), 56

Employer and workman-Injury to work-
man-Award made by committee-Jurisdic-
tion of County Court judge to review com-
mittee's award-Workmen's Compensation
Act 1897, sched. 1 (12); sched. 2 (1). (Rex v.
Templer; Ex parte Howarth), 34

OBITUARY.

Baker-Wilbraham, Sir George Barrington, 433 Giffard, Harry Stanley, 582

Balfour, Sheriff David Davidson, 270

Barker, J. E., K.C., 395

Beale, Charles Gabriel, 432

Beale, James Samuel, 415

Beernaert, M., 550

Bosanquet, Robert Holford Macdowall, 374
Bradford, James Edward Goddard, 140
Brown, William, 140

Butler, William Henry, 397

Butler-Hogan, Dr. John Francis, 118
Campbell, Robert, 582

Castle, Edward James, K.C., 27
Childers, Hugh Robert Eardley, 432
Clayton, Francis Stephen, 531
Cockburn, W. Yates, 507
Courtenay, Sir John Irving, 607
Double, Alfred, 507

Down, Templer Lethbridge, 397
Duffield, William Ward, 374

Firminger, Ferdinand Leopold, 270
Francis, Richard Gay, 140

Garrod, Herbert Baring, 340
Gellatly, Peter, 197

Giles, Edward Sharman, 340
Griffith-Dearden, James, 582
Griffiths, John, 340
Heathcote, John Moyer, 374
Heygate, James, 27

Hughes, Percy Hamilton, 374
Kingsford, Montague, 507

Leigh Clare, Octavius Leigh, 296
Linnett, Adolphus, 197
Mabee, Judge, 49
McDonald, Hon. James, 550
Moss, Hon. Sir Charles, 582
Murphy, Richard Bayly, 468
Murray, George Sholto Douglas, 270
Page, William Tomlinson, 531
Percy, Crowdy Edward, 140

Pontifex, Sir Charles, K.C.I.E., 340
Pruddah, William, 71

Randall, David, 140

Ranger, William Edwin, 27

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Scanlen, Hon. Sir Thomas Charles, K.C.M.G., Wills, Sir Alfred, 373

71

Schloss, David Frederick, 607

Yelverton, Roger Dawson, 270

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Law officers and questions, 65

Lord Chancellorship, the, promotion to, 354
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 18
Meeting of Parliament, 517

Members, attendance of, 573

Members, suspension of, 368

Members and their constituents, 459
Ministers in attendance, 443
Ministers in the Commons, 289
Ministers in the Lords, 237

Parliament: Sovereignty of, 42: Petitions to,
288; Adjournment of, 368; Meeting of, 517
Parliamentary disabilities of clergymen, 413

Parliamentary obstruction, 214

| Parliamentary summary, 43, 66, 89, 132, 160,
185, 214, 261, 289, 314, 337, 354, 543, 574, 599
Paymaster-General, 132

Payment of members and the Place Acts, 477
Peerage, elevation to the, 392
Peerages by letters patent, 354
Peers and elections, 444
Peers and votes, 517
Petitions to Parliament, 288
Place Acts, 236, 369

Places of profit under the Crown, 392
Powers of the Speaker, 236, 574
Prime Minister, 261

Promotion to the Lord Chancellorship, 354
Public documents and Parliament, 18
Quorum of the House, 160
Reform Acts and dissolution, 214
Repeal of statutes, 392
Right to carry arms, 353
Royal veto, 412, 426

Secretary to the Treasury, 368
Sovereignty of Parliament, 42
Speaker, the, powers of, 236, 574
Statutes, repeal of, 392
Suspension of members, 368
Treasury Board, 42

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PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

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Hewitt, Edgar Percy, 550

Isaacs, Sir Rufus, K.C.V.O., K.C., 168

Jobson, William Henry Oswald Stewart, 606

Johnson, Augustus Avery, il

Jones-Lloyd. H. A., 506

Kemp, H. T., K.C., 71

Kingdon, Donald, LL.B., 468

Knight, Henry, W. D., 71

Knight, Holford, 582

Lamonby, Henry Ravensworth, 26

Lawrance, Denis, A. H., 168

Lawrance, Sir John Compton, 48

Layne, Charles Edward, 140

Lineham, John, K.C., 448

Macassey, Lynden L., 550

Macfadzean, Norman Howard Stanley, 395
Malcolm, R. Carmichael, 220.

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Morris, John Charles, 48

Moulton, Sir John Fletcher, 373, 550

Nightingale, Frederick James, 71

O'Brien, Ignatius, K.C.. 220

O'Connor, Right Hon. Charles A., K.C., 139

Oddie, Samuel Angleby, 71

Odgers, William Blake, LL.D., K.C., 43

Owen, Dr Henry, D.C.L., 606

Payne, Robert Sidney, M.A., 48

Pereira, James Cecil Walter, K.C., 269

Prince, Richard Lomas, 550

Pruddah, Robert Austin, 168

Rafiq, Muhammad, 196

Rayner, St. Thomas Crossley, K.C., 582

Reece, Henry Walter, 48

Ridsdale, Arthur Francis, 500

Roden, Robert B., 431

Rose-Innes, Sir James, 395

Rose-Innes, Patrick, 550

Ross, George Edward Aubert, 550

Rowlett, Sidney Arthur Taylor, 373, 529

Russell, William Alison, 415

Rye. Arthur L., 93

Sanderson, Lancelot, K.C., 220

Shaw. Walter Sidney, 48

Sheriff, Percy Musgrave Cresswell, 48

Simon, Sir John, 196

Sagge, His Honour Judge Sir Thomas, 220

Stewart-Smith, Dudley, K.C., 373

Sturges, Hugh Murray 550, 606

Sullivan, A. M., K.C., 296

Swift, Rigby Philip Watson, M.P., 550

Tobin, A. A., K.C., 71

Todd, Judge, 448

Tredgold, Robert Ralph, 373

Tredgold, Robert Samuel, 373

Waite, Edmund, 71

Waugh, William James, K.C.. 220

Wellington, R. Henslowe, 140

Whiteley, George Cecil, 71

Wild. Ernest Edward, 550

Wilson, Edward, 26

Williams, William Llewelyn, M.P., 550

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