The Ontario Law Reports: Cases Determined in the Court of Appeal and in the High Court of Justice for Ontario, 16. köide

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Canada Law Book Company, 1908
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Page 5 - ... 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 615 - Every action or proceeding against the insurer for the recovery of any claim under or by virtue of this policy shall be absolutely barred unless commenced within one year next after the loss or damage occurs.
Page 614 - ... that all conditions were fulfilled, and all things happened and all times elapsed necessary to entitle the plaintiff to have the said agreement performed by the defendant on his part].
Page 645 - On the other hand, a person causing something to be done, the doing of which casts on him a duty, cannot escape from the responsibility attaching to him of seeing that duty performed by delegating it to a contractor.
Page 522 - Act, 1879, which provides that ' the description of any offence in the words of the Act . . . creating the offence, or in similar words, shall be sufficient in law...
Page 163 - I may die possessed of or interested in, in the manner following, that is to say : I give devise and bequeath all my Real and Personal property and Estate, of which I may die possessed...
Page 5 - 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 534 - Police officers can in no sense be regarded as agents or servants of the city. Their duties are of a public nature. Their appointment is devolved on cities and towns by the legislature as a convenient mode of exercising a function of government ; but this does not render them liable for their unlawful and negligent acts.
Page 15 - Besides, it appears to us that the argument rests upon an assumed principle of responsibility which does not exist. The master, in the case supposed, is not exempt from liability because the servant has better means of providing for his safety when he is employed in immediate connection with those from whose negligence he might suffer, but because the implied contract of the master does not extend to Indemnify the servant against the negligence of any one but himself...
Page 363 - ... a person who shall warn persons standing on or crossing or about to cross the track of such railway...

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