The Digest of English Case Law: Containing the Reported Decisions of the Superior Courts, and a Selection from Those of the Scottish and Irish Courts
Sweet and Maxwell, 1917
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Page 365 - charterparty provided that a ship should proceed to her port of discharge, and deliver her cargo, " strike, lock-out, the act of God, the enemies of the King and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation, of whatever nature and kind soever, during the said voyage, always excepted.
Page 53 - In and for each province the Legislature may exclusively make laws in relation to education, subject and according to the following provisions :—(1) Nothing in any such law shall prejudicially affect any right or privilege with respect to denominational schools, which any class of persons have by law in the province at the Union. . . .
Page 51 - section 93 of the British North America Act, 1867, " In and for each province the Legislature may exclusively make laws in relation to education, subject and according to the following provisions :—(1) Nothing in any such law shall prejudicially affect any right or privilege with respect to denominational schools, which any class of persons have
Page 143 - No house, office, room, or other place shall be opened, kept, or used for the purpose of the owner, occupier, or keeper thereof, or any person using the same, . . . betting with persons resorting thereto ; or for the purpose of any money or valuable thing being received by
Page 295 - for Riot.]— The Public Authorities Protection Act, 1893, limiting the time for bringing actions against public bodies to " within six months next after the act, neglect, or default complained of," does not apply to an action brought against a police authority for compensation under the Riot (Damages) Act, 1886, as such action is one for compensation under that statute,
Page 429 - has power during the continuance of the present war to issue regulations for securing the public safety and the defence of the realm, and as to the powers and duties for that purpose of the Admiralty and Army Council and of the members of His Majesty's forces and other persons acting in his behalf;
Page 439 - it is desirable that it should be allowed to depart freely, either immediately, or after a reasonable number of days of grace." By article 2, a merchant ship which, owing to circumstances beyond its control, may have been unable to leave the enemy port within the period contemplated in
Page 141 - Every dispute between ... a member . . . and the society or branch . . . shall be decided in manner directed by the rules of the society or branch and the decision so given shall be binding and conclusive on all parties without appeal, and shall not be removable into any Court of law or restrainable by injunction. ...
Page 523 - to award compensation by reference to the average weekly earnings of a person in the same grade employed in the same class of employment and in the same district. Perry v. Wright (77 LJKB 236;  1 KB 441) and Carter v.
Page 279 - Where there are numerous persons having the same interest in one cause or matter, one or more of such persons may sue or be sued, or may be authorised by the Court or a Judge to defend in such cause or matter, on behalf or for the benefit of all persons so interested.