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Page 91 - ... by reason of the negligence of any person in the service of the employer who has the charge or control of any signal points, locomotive engine or train upon a railway...
Page 87 - ... kept in a cleanly state and free from effluvia arising from any drain, privy, or other nuisance...
Page 91 - ... (1.) By reason of any defect in the condition of the ways, works, or machinery connected with or used in the business of the employer, which arose from or had not been discovered or remedied owing to, the negligence of the employer, or of any person in the service of the employer and intrusted by him with the duty of seeing that the ways, works, or machinery were in proper condition...
Page 91 - ... by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, or by the Board of Trade or any other department of the Government, under or by virtue of any Act of Parliament, it shall not be deemed for the purposes of this Act to be an improper or defective rule or by-law.
Page 182 - And the flax and the barley was smitten : for the barley was in the ear, and the flax was boiled. But the wheat and the rye were not smitten ; for they were not grown up.
Page 91 - ... the workman, or in case the injury results in death, the legal personal representatives of the workman, and any persons entitled in case of death, shall have the same right of compensation and remedies against the employer as if the workman had not been a workman of nor in the service of the employer, nor engaged in his work.
Page 82 - It shall not be lawful for any person, firm, company, corporation or association, engaged in the business aforesaid, their clerk, agent, officer or servant, in this State, to issue for the payment of labor, any order or other paper whatsoever, unless the same purports to be redeemable for its face value, in lawful money of the United States...
Page 286 - ... dainty between the teeth brings these two bodies together, and the glycogen is at once digested without other help by its own diastase. The oyster in the uncooked state, or merely warmed, is, in fact, self-digestive. But the advantage of this provision is wholly lost by cooking, for the heat employed immediately destroys the associated ferment, and a cooked oyster has to be digested, like any other food, by the eater's own digestive powers.
Page 91 - ... the same right of compensation and remedies against the employer as if the employee had not been an employee of nor in the service of the employer nor engaged in his work.
Page 308 - American oyster reaches this stage in from twenty-four hours to six days after the egg is fertilized, the rate of development being determined mainly "by the temperature of the water. Soon after the mantle has become connected with the stomach this becomes united to the body wall at another point a little behind the mantle, and a second opening, the anus, is formed.

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