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mersmith, Islington, Kensington, Lambeth, Paddington, Rother-
hithe, St. James', Westminster, St. Margaret and St. John, West-
minster, St. Marylebone, and Stoke Newington; Holborn District
Board, Lee District Board, St. Giles' District Board, St. Saviour's
District Board, Strand District Board, Wandsworth District Board,
Whitechapel District Board, Great Central Railway Company,
Great Western Railway Company, London and North-Western
Railway Company, London and South-Western Railway Company,
London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company, London,
Chatham, and Dover Railway Company, London, Tilbury, and
Southend Railway Company,
Company, Metropolitan District Railway
Company, Midland Railway Company, Auctioneers' Institute,
Ecclesiastical Commissioners, Building Societies' Association,
Institute of Bankers, Law Society, Lord Portman, Birkbeck Free-
hold Land Society, British Land Company, Chelsea Permanent
Building Society, Cannon Brewery Company, Kensington Permanent
Benefit Building Society, London Permanent Benefit Building
Society, Property and Estates Company Limited, Royal Benefit
Building Society, Freehold and Leasehold Permanent Benefit Build-
ing Society, Union of House and Land Investors Limited, Standard
Benefit Building Society.

In 1903 the undermentioned London borough councils presented a sealed petition to Parliament with a view to bringing the experiment to an end. The Corporation of the City of London and the Stoke Newington Council took independent steps with the same object. It will be noticed that the above-mentioned bodies marked joined in the petition: Battersea, Bermondsey, Bethnal Green, Chelsea, Deptford, Fulham, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith, Hampstead, Holborn, Kensington, Lambeth, Poplar, St. Marylebone, St. Pancras, Wandsworth, Woolwich.

6.-Procedure on Transfer of Property Registered with an Absolute" Title.

(1) Attendance on client receiving instructions. (2) Obtaining copy of land certificate from vendor's solicitor. (3) Obtaining authority to inspect register. (4) Attendance at Land Registry inspecting register, which disclosed (inter alia) restrictive conditions. (5) Obtaining client's instructions on restrictive conditions. (6) Preparation of usual requisitions. (7) Inquiries of local authorities as

No return has been made since March 1906. A return from that date was in April last ordered by Parliament. No explanation is given in the official returns that in any way explains why the expenses of the Middlesex Registry should have increased from £2030 in 1900 to 10,493 in 1906. It has been suggested that the explanation is that the registry officials who receive and apply the Middlesex Registry fees have debited this department with an undue proportion of the general expenses of the office so as to minimise the loss incurred in the Land Registry Department in connection with the experimental trial of the system of compulsory registration of title. If the expenses of the Middlesex Deed Registry were covered by £2030 in March 1900, it is suggested that this sum would cover the expenses to-day. In that case clear that, in view of the annual receipts of the registry as shown above, the estimate made that the profits amount to £15,000 per annum is fully justified. The profits made in the Middlesex Registry justify, it is submitted, the estimate made that the profits of the Deed Registry would amount to £12,000 per annum if deed registry were extended to that portion of the county of London that lies south of the Thames. The area and population that this part of the county embrace suggests, indeed, that the estimate is a conservative one. In considering the profits made by a deed registry it must be borne in mind that the business is purely ministerial and largely automatic, so that the necessity for experts (to whom substantial salaries have to be paid) is non-existent. This is one of the principal distinctions between a registry of deeds and a registry of titles.

LAW ASSOCIATION.

THE usual monthly meeting of the directors was held at the Law Society's Hall on the 5th inst., Mr. W. P. Richardson in the chair, The other directors present were Mr. T. H. Gardiner (treasurer). Mr. F. W. Emery, Mr. A. Toovey, Mr. Mark Waters, Mr. W. M. Woodhouse, and Mr. E. E. Barron (secretary). A sum of £50 was voted for the relief of deserving applicants, a new life member and two annual subscribers were elected, and other general business was

CORRESPONDENCE.

This department being open to free discussion on all Professional topics, the Editor does not hold himself responsible for any opinions or statements contained in it.

transacted. to outstanding charges for road making, &c. (8) Inquiry of sanitary inspector if drainage system passed (if premises newly erected). (9) Inquiry of tenant as to terms of tenancy. (10) Preparation of instruments of transfer (the forms as printed are obviously incomplete, containing no receipt for purchase money and requiring other additions). (11) Submitting same to vendor's solicitor for approval. (12) Engrossment thereof on form and forwarding to vendor's solicitor for execution and arranging appointment to complete. (13) Obtaining earlier title deeds (which are not retained at the Land Registry, and which a purchaser should therefore obtain). (14) Making the following usual searches against vendor: Bankruptcy-(a) debtor's declaration, (b) bankruptcy index-book. (c) petitions, (d) receiving orders; Land Registry (all separate searches)-(a) land charges, (b) deeds of arrangement, (c) writs and orders, (d) annuities and rentcharges, (e) lis pendens, (f) map department, (g) final search of register. (15) Checking statement for completion. (16) Copy thereof to client with notice of appointment to complete. (17) Attending completion. (18) Attendance stamping deeds. (19) Attendance at registry registering documents (often occupying a whole afternoon). (20) Authority to tenants for payment of rent. (21) Fire policies to offices for indorsement. (22) Checking entries in documents on their return from registry and making schedule. (23) Acknowledging receipts of deeds to registry and transmitting documents to client.--Numerous other attendances, &c., as shown by requisitions or necessary by reason of special circumstances. Had property been previously mortgaged other inquiries, searches, &c., would be requisite.

11.-Re the Middlesex Registry.-Statement as to Profits. Extract from a report (June 1879) of the Select Committee on Land Transfer appointed in 1878: "From a return recently laid before Parliament it appears that the fees received in the Middlesex Registry Office amounted in the year 1877 to the sum of £14,043 5s. 6d.. whilst the necessary expense of such office amounted to a sum of £4372 0s. 5d. only." If in 1877 the profit of the registry was thus £10.000, it is not an unreasonable assumption that, in view of the growth of the population in Middlesex during the subsequent thirty-four years, the profits could now be safely estimated at £15,000. Since the system of compulsory registration of title under the Land Transfer Act 1897 came into operation in the county of London in Jan. 1899 the Land Registry has, in the case of transactions registered under the Land Transfer Act, superseded the Middlesex Registry, and has proportionately reduced the fees and consequently the profits of that registry. The following figures are taken from returns made under the Middlesex Registry Act 1708 and the Land Registry (Middlesex Deeds) Act 1891:

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CUSTODY OF PARISH REGISTERS.-May I draw your attention and that of your readers to the important and interesting paper rel by Mr. Moser, of Kendal, at the recent meeting of the Law Society at Nottingham dealing with the custody of our parish registers, and the resolution which was adopted to the effect that it is desir. able that in the interests of the public the law should be amendel' For many years past it has been common knowledge that the mode of preservation of these valuable records has been not only open to question, but has been a crying scandal, and yet the Legislature has done absolutely nothing to remedy the matter. That these registers are of extreme value to the public few would be found to deny, but this fact does not appear as yet to have penetrated the brains of those whose duty it is to the public to preserve them. The view which antiquaries take with regard to the importance of these records is well exemplified by a footnote on parish registers which appeared in the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne published in the year 1889, which is 15 follows: "The estates in suspense or which were lately so for want of heirs of the family of Stote, of Jesmond, in Northumber land, also that of Barnesley, of Barnesley Hill, in Worcestershire, and several others, are recent instances of the value of registers and of the utility that may arise to the community from them wher correct and carefully preserved." Of the dangers and difficulties which may ensue in cases where the registers have not been care fully preserved Mr. Moser's paper forms an unanswerable bil of complaint. Ignorance of these dangers cannot be pleaded by the Legislature, for I find that so recently as the year 1908 Mr. Arthur Meredith Burke, in that excellent work of his entitled A Key to the Ancient Parish Registers of England and Wales, after mentioning the value of such registers to the family historian for the clues they afford, expressed his regret that so little had ther been done by the Legislature to secure the Safe custody of what he styles "these national records.' He refers to an actual case in which the registers had been sold by auction at the highest bid on the death of an incumbent, and he draws attention to the fa that it was stated before a Select Committee of the House of Commons that a certain rector used to direct his pheasants with the parchment of the old registers. Whilst on this subject I would like to draw attention to the want of preservation of what are known as the bishops' transcripts," which are copies of the registers sent from time to time to the registrar of each diocese It is well known that the greater portion of these transcripts are kept in no sort of order or arrangement, and are therefore difficul to consult. Now, Sir, it seems only too likely that the resolution passed at Nottingham will lead to no satisfactory result un further action be taken, and my object in writing is to enlist no only your sympathies, but your active co-operation in an agitation in favour of such legislation as will ensure the effective cure of 's

evils to which Mr. Moser has alluded.

EDGAR F. BRIGGS.

THE OPENING OF THE LAW COURTS.-Having an inquiring mind, may I ask why it is that the solicitor branch of the Profession take no official part in the Abbey service prior to the opening of the courts? A continental lawyer (who is solicitor and barrister as we understand the functions), unfamiliar with our system, might very well be excused if, on reading the usual notice of the Attorney-General, he came to the conclusion that solicitors have no responsibility and take no professional part in litigation in England. Do solicitors think prayers are unnecessary in the case of their branch, or is it extreme modesty that prevents them from taking part officially through the president of the Law Society and several members of the council in an official solemn service before the commencement of each legal year? INQUIRER.

NOTES AND QUERIES.

This column is intended for the use of members of the Legal Profession, and therefore queries from lay correspondents cannot be inserted. Under no circumstances are editorial replies undertaken.

None are inserted unless the name and address of the writer are sent, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of bona fides.

Queries.

37. ILLEGITIMATE CHILD OF TESTATRIX-STRANGER IN BLOOD.— Can any reader refer to any case or decision in which it has been decided that an illegitimate child of a testatrix is a stranger in blood for the purposes of the payment of the 10 per cent. legacy? There is a case of Anderson v. Atkinson (46 L. T. Rep. 850; 21 Ch. Div. 100), in which an illegitimate child of a testator is decided to be, within the meaning of the Stamp Act 1815 and the Customs and Inland Revenue Act 1888, a stranger in blood. There appears to be a considerable distinction in the relationship of a nother of an illegitimate child as compared with the father; in the eye of the law she is the mother and the legal guardian of the child.

Answers.

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(Q. 33.) INCOME TAX DUTY REPAYMENT.-This matter is treated in the fifth edition of our book (p. 378). The sixth edition is now in the press, and gives further information.

66 THE AUTHORS OF A GUIDE TO INCOME TAX PRACTICE."

(Q. 34.) ARREARS OF INCOME TAX.-The legal right of the Crown in the case of an erroneous return is to recover £20 and treble duty for each of the three past years: (Finance Act 1907, s. 23, and see the very recent case of Attorney-General v. Till). The usual practice is for the surveyor to give the defaulter the option of making up the amount in default for some years back in lieu of the above penalties.

THE AUTHORS OF "A GUIDE TO INCOME TAX PRACTICE."

LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.

To SECRETARIES.-Reports of meetings should reach the office not later than úrs post Thursday morning to ensure insertion in the current number.

LONDON UNIVERSITY.

THE WHITTUCK SCHOLARSHIP.

THE Whittuck Scholarship in International Law tenable at the London School of Economics and Political Science has been awarded to Albert Cecil Dawes, B.A. (London).

OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

ELDON LAW SCHOLARSHIP.

AN election to an Eldon Law Scholarship worth £200 a year will take place on the 15th Nov. Information as to the terms under which the scholarship is held is given in the Oxford University Calendar.

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SOLICITORS' MANAGING CLERKS' ASSOCIATION. THE following is a syllabus of law lectures for the Michaelmas session 1911, to be delivered in the halls of the respective Inns :Friday, Oct. 20.-Lecture : The Reconstruction and Amalgamation of Companies.' Lecturer, Mr. Alexander Grant, K.C. Chairman, Lord Justice Buckley. (In the Old Hall, Lincoln's-inn.) Tuesday, Nov. 28.-Lecture: Bankruptcy." Lecturer, Mr. Edward Clayton, K.C., Treasurer of Gray's-inn. Lord Mersey of Toxteth. (In the Gray's-inn Hall.)

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Chairman,

Friday, Dec. 15.-Lecture: "The Interpretation of Statute Law. Lecturer, Mr. W. F. Craies. Chairman, Lord Robson. (In the Inner Temple Hall.)

The chair will be taken at seven o'clock precisely.

The lectures are open to all the members of the association, who will be allowed to introduce friends connected with the Legal Profession. Non-members will be admitted on production of

ticket, or syllabus, which may be obtained at the office of the association, 12, New-court, Lincoln's-inn. Mr. John Verrall, Hon. Sec. of Lectures.

STUDENTS' SOCIETIES.

LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY.-At a meeting held at the Law Society's Hall, Chancery-lane, on the 3rd inst. (chairman, Mr. R. W. Handley), the subject for debate was: "That the attitude of the Liberal Party towards national and Imperial affairs renders an immediate change of Government imperatively necessary in the Mr. W. S. Jones interests of the country and of the Empire.' opened in the affirmative, and Mr. C. P. Blackwell in the negative. The following members continued the debate: Messrs. C. S. Krauss, W. M. Pleadwell, F. Burgis, W. S. Meeke, E. D. Shearn, R. H. Willcocks, R. T. Davies, H. G. Meyer, C. F. King, and J. G. Heal. The motion was carried by one vote.

BIRMINGHAM.-The opening meeting of the autumn session was held at the Law Library, Bennett's-hill, on Tuesday, the 3rd inst., Mr. Edward Evershed in the chair and twenty members present. The Moot Point No. 1023 was debated: "Can there be an absolute assignment of a definite portion of a debt within sect. 25, sub-sect 6, of the Judicature Act 1873?" Mr. E. C. G. Clarke opened in the affirmative, and was supported by Messrs. W. J. Blackham, Mr. A. Upton H. Cooke, A. J. Adams, and R. W. Frazier. opened in the negative, and was supported by Messrs. A. J. Hatwell, J. D. Evans, W. F. Horden, T. L. Bayley, D. A. Parry, and B. B. Davis. After the openers had replied the chairman summed up, and, on the question being put to the meeting, the voting resulted: For the affirmative, six; for the negative, eleven. A hearty vote of thanks to the chairman concluding the proceedings.

LEGAL OBITUARY.

The death has occured at Epsom of Mr. CHARLES BARRETT RUSSELL, who was in his ninetieth year, and was called to the Bar in 1851. He carried out the duties of a revising barrister for forty-five years, and his retirement took place only a few years ago. Mr. STEPHEN PECKOVER, of Leeds, died on the 4th inst., at Bramley, in the fiftieth year of his age. Born in Leeds, of Leeds parents, in Jan. 1862, he was educated at the Leeds Middle Class School, and at fifteen years of age entered the office of the late Mr. Thomas Marshall, the senior registrar of the County Court. He was afterwards articled to Mr. John Bowling, the present official receiver for Leeds, and having served his articles he succeeded in obtaining third class honours at the solicitors' final examination. He commenced practice immediately on his own account about the year 1888, and was wonderfully successful at In 1894 he went into the very outset of his professional career. partnership with Mr. Charles Scriven, and the firm has since been carried on under the well-known names of the two partners, the style not being altered when, subsequently, Mr. Francis Dixon was admitted as a junior partner. He frequently sat as deputy registrar, and for one year occupied the presidential chair of the Leeds Law Society. Mr. Peckover was admitted in 1888.

Sir JAMES SPEARMAN WINTER, formerly Premier of Newfoundland, died in Ottawa on the 7th inst. The son of Mr. James Winter, of the Customs Service at St. Johns, he was born at He was called to the Bar Lamaline, in Newfoundland, in 1845. in 1880. He in 1867 and obtained a large practice, taking “silk became successively a member of the Executive Council, SolicitorGeneral, and Attorney-General. He represented Newfoundland at the Washington Fisheries Conference in 1887, and was delegate from the colony to London on the French treaties question. In 1893 he was raised to the Newfoundland Bench, but three years later he resigned and resumed his practice at the Bar. Last year Sir James Winter was one of the counsel for Great Britain in the arbitration case at The Hague on the fisheries and other questions at issue with the United States.

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The death took place on the 8th inst., at Winton Castle, East Lothian, of Mr. RALPH DUNDAS, Clerk to the Signet, senior partner of the firm of Dundas and Wilson, C.S., Edinburgh.

Mr. WILLIAM EDMUND BALL, LL.D., died on the 8th inst. at Brasted, aged fifty-seven. He was the second son of the Rev. Joseph Lancaster Ball, of Torquay. In 1875 he won the Holt Scholarship, was called by Gray's-inn in 1878, and joined the Midland Circuit. He was the author of a Student's Guide to the Bar, and Principles of Torts and Contracts

Colonel HENRY CRANSTOUN ADAMS, V.D., died at Exmouth on the 29th Sept. He was the youngest son of General Sir George Adams, K.C.B., by Elizabeth, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Wm. Elfred, Having been educated at Bart., formerly of Bickham, Devon. Blundell's School, Tiverton, and King's College, London, he was Admitted articled to Messrs. Beadon and Sevett, of Taunton. solicitor in 1849, he went to practise at Exmouth, and in the same year married Matilda Winsloe, a daughter of Commander Thos. Patton, R.N. He became clerk to the Exmouth Local Board of Health on its establishment in 1850, and retained the appointment until the district council came into being; he remained its clerk until his death, although for over a year he had not been in his office. He was also clerk to the justices of the Woodbury Division

of Devon for about fifty years, and a Notary Public. His service in the Auxiliary Forces of the country extended over a period of about fifty years. He was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends.

THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-SESSION 1911.-No. 5.
List, as far as possible, of EFFECTIVE Causes only.
CAUSES STANDING FOR HEARING.

De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited v. British South Africa Company. (England.)
In part heard.

Lord Advocate (on behalf of His Majesty) and others v. Walker Trustees. (Scotland) James Nelson and Sons Limited v. Nelson Line (Liverpool) Limited (Second Appeal). (England.)

Morgan v. Wiliam Dixon Limited. (Scotland.)

Mackay (pauper) v. Rosie. (Scotland)

Swifte v. Attorney-General for Ireland and another.

(Ireland.)

London and Sonth-Western Railway Company r. British Vacuum Cleaner Company Limited. (England.)

Brown and another e Turner, Brightman, and Co. (England.)

Law Accident Insurance Society Limited and another r. Law Guarantee Trust and Accident Society Limited and others. (England.)

Russell v. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners and othe: s. (England.) McVittie r. Townend. (England.)

Glasgow and South-Western Railway Company r. Provost, &c., of Burgh of Ayr. (Scotland)

Symington v. Caledonian Railway Company. (Scotland)

Leaver (pauper) v. Urban District Council of Pontypriad. (England.)

Farmer (Surveyor of Taxes) e. Scottish North American Trust Limited. (Scotland.) Kerrison v. Glyn Mills Currie and Co. (England.)

E. Clemens Horst Company v. Biddell brothers. (England.)

Kilmarnock Theatre Company Limited (in liquidation) and others r. Buchanan ard others. (Scotland.)

Taylor r. London and North-Western Railway Company. (England.)

Scottish Widows Fund Life Assurance Society v. Blennerhassett. (Ireland) Quesion

of competency.

Barnes (pauper) . Nunnery Colliery Company Limited. (England.) Caterham Congregational School Atkinson and another. (England.)

Allen and others v. Bird. (England.)

Guardians of the Poor of Hackney Union v. Kingston-upon-Hull Incorporation for the Poor. (England.)

Colley's Patents Limited e. Metropolitan Water Board. (England.)

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In the Matter of the Companies Acts
1862 to 1907 and In the Matter of the
Premier Underwriting Association
Palmer v. Emmerson
Brock r. Pain and others
In the Matter of

Trade
B
Mark.
No. 155,036 and No. 161,072, and In the
Matter of The Trade Marks Act 1905
In the Matter of the Middlesex Estates:
Sir J. M. M. Wilson (deceased) and In
the Matter of the Settled Lands Acts
1882 to 1890

Re The Estate of Rev. J. C. A. Roberts (deceased) and Re The Trustee Act 1893 and Re Judicial Trustee Act 1996 The British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company Limited the Electrical Company Limited GH. Gledhill and Sons Limited r. British Patent Perforated Paper Company, &c.

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In the Matter of the Estates of Mary Walford, J. A. H. Walford, and J. H. N. Walford (all deceased); Kenyon Walford

Day and another v. Thompson another

v.

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Re the Companies Consolidation Act 1908
and In the Matter of Sly, Spink, and Co.
Limited
Mills r. The United Counties Bank Limited
Klawansky v. The Premier Petroleum
Company Limited and others (The Pru-
dential Trust Corporation Third Party,
Benno Maisel Fourth Party)

Re The Estate of J. W. Cockrell (Ce
ceased); Pinkey v. Cockrell
Burghese. Attorney-General

Re The Tewkesbury Gas Company
Limited: Tysoe v. The Company
Wilson and others r. Wilson Brothers
Bobbin Company Limited
Roberts (deceased);
Knight

Re

Leppard v.

Gill and others v. The Lee's Corporation
The Vidal Dyes Syndicate Limited v.
Levinstein Limited

Same r. Read, Halliday, and Sons Lim.
Coleman and Co. Limited
v. Stephen
Smith and Co. Limited
Kynoch Limited r. Rowlands and Wells
Same r. Rowlands and another

Ke Blandon's Estate; Dando r. Porter and
others
West t. Keeves

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Macgregor . Peet; Peet v. Macgregor The Liverpool, London, and Globe Insur

and another

Hagg v. Ladoga Limited
Wigglesworth (Suppliant) v. The King

1911.

Re The Arbitration Act 1889 and Re an Arbitration between The Secretary of

State for War and H. J. Van Laun

Liverpool Corporation v. The Assessment Committee of the Chorley Union and

others

Stoddart v Union Trust Limited Bright v. Bright

Ames v. Whiteman

The Glasgow Assurance Corporation
Limited v. Symondson and Co.
Hebert v. Royal Society of Medicine and
others

Hales v. London General Omnibus Company Limited

Blake v. Fenner and others
Roberts v. Oates

Gregory v. Watson Steamship Company

Limited and others

Coleman v. Twining

ance Company (apps.) v. Charles Edmund Bennett (resp.) (Surveyor of Taxes) (Revenue Side) Godsell v. Lloyd and another Mentors Limited v. Evans

Hilo Manufacturing Company Limited r.

Williamson

Hunt v. Rose and another.
Glasser. Patent Lightning Crusher Com-

pany

Ronald r. John Bull Limited and others
Humphries v. Humphries

In the Matter of the Arbitration Act 1889
and In the Matter of an Arbitration
between John Lang and the Crude
Rubber Washing Company Limited
Thomas Free v. The Urban District Coun-
cil of Sutton (Surrey)

The Mayor, &c., of the Borough of Derby
v. Pegg and Ellam Jones Limited
The Continental Petroleum Company
Meade King, Robinson, and Co.
Norvell Taylor and others
Downing v. Easton and Fenner

The American Thread Company Limited Rea Transport Company

v. Joyce (Surveyor of Taxes)

Skene v. Thomas

Gosling v. The Mayor. &c., of the Metropolitan Borough of Holborn Anglo-Continental, &c., Company Limited and others r. McCreath and Sons Mahoney v. R. Johnson Limited Skene. The Midland Railway Company

and James R. Howard Wilson v. Spiegel

Thomas v. The Holt Brewery Company Limited

In the Matter of an Issue between Corfield and King Farlow

In the Matter of the London Building Act

1894 and In the Matter of an Arbitration between London, Gloucestershire, and North Hants Dairy Company and Morley and Lanceley Limited and

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Same v. Bowring

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Re an Arbitration between Mocatta and the Franco-British Exhibition (Incorpo rated)

Marcovitch v. Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society

In the Matter of an Arbitration between Bradley and the Essex and Suffolk Accident and Indemnity Society

Limited

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Lundie v. Thomas and others

Colden Manufacturing Company Limited

. Carrington and Dewhurst Limited Hughes r. Provincial Motor Cab Company Limited

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Robinson v Lutton and others
Hall . Whiteman
Bird v. Tyler

In the Matter of an Arbitration between Priddy and Hale and the Guardians of the Woolwich Union

McConnell and others r. Steamship Glenfyne Company Limited

Anderson and another v. Roe

Metropolitan Electric Tramways Limited (apps.) v. Tottenham Crban Distract Council (resps.)

Weldon v. Times Book Company
Weaver and Co.

Limited. Great

Western Railway Company (Railway

and Canal Commission) Shillingford v. Vinall Crude Rubber Washing Company Limited v. Lang

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From the Chancery Division, general list, 38; interlocutory, 8; total, 46. From the County Palatine Court of Lancaster, general list, 1: total. 1. From th King's Bench Division, final and new trial, 122; interlocutory, 21; total, From the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division (Admiralty) with nautica assessors, final and new trial, 1; total, 1. Same without nautical assessors, fina and new trial, 4; total, 4. From the King's Bench Division Sitting in Bankruptcy, final and new trial, 5; total. 5. Re the Workmen's Compensation Act, from County Courts, final and new trial, 70: total. 70. Totals: General list and final and new trial, 241; interlocutory, 29; total, 270.

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1642 Sargent v. London General Omnibus
Company Limited and others.
Pers. inj.
1659 Frere v. Frere. Libel
1660 Ogle v. Butterfield.
Railway

Coxeter and Sons Limited v. Mitchell
Anderton (trading as Anderton and Co.) r.
Lange and another (Farnell, (Third
Party)

Smith r. Jeffs.

Re THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACTS 1857 AND 1906.

1910.

From County Courts.

Davies r. Hills Plymouth Colliery

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Homer v. Gough and another

Leer. Owners of Ship Bessie and another
Davies r. Gillespie and another
Higgins v. Poulson

Biggart v. Owners of Steamship Minne

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Smith v. National Provincial Insurance Polled and another v. Great Northern
Corporation Limited

Dunn v. Same

Swinbank r. Bell Brothers Limited

loare r. Owners of Barge Cecil Rhodes

Railway

Amys v. Barton

Powell v. The Bryndu Colliery Com-
pany

Contract
1667 Johnson, Riddle, and Co. Limited r.
London Society of Compositors and
others. Libel

1682 J. Pollak and Co. v. Duke of Man-
chester. Stockbroker's account.
Hendon Urban
1685 Bass v.
District
Council. Pers. inj.

1804 Held v. Pollak and another. Goods
sold

1806 Evans v. Thomas Beecham Opera
Company. Wrong dis.
1807 Port of London Authority v. Dale
Steamship Company. Indemnity
1821 Hall Wright . Times Publishing

Company and another. Libel
182 Clarke v. Newton. Negligence
1825 Gosling r, Bridgeman and others.

Pound breach

1689 Smart and another v. Edwards. 1829 White r. Belverstone. Slander

Trover
1691 Sparenborg v. Edinburgh Life
Assurance Company. Money re-
ceived
Libel
1351 Brown v. Kent and another.
1453 Field r. Whiteman. Trespass
1459 Forsyth v. Whiteman and another.
Injunction

75 Deen v.
Warranty

Whinney and another.

179 London Trading Bank v. Master and
another. Bill

294 Darbishire v. Field. Declaration
1404 Rapaport v. Gethen. Contract.

22 Grover and Grover v. Langford.
Negligence

1836 Stoneham and Co. v. Newton. Work
1837 Gorer v. Dodson. Bil
1839 Kearley and Tonge Limited v. W.
War-
Blythe and Co. Limited.
ranty
1850 J. Turner and Co. v. Vardy. Stock.
broker's account.

1857 Lang v. Société Coloniale Anversoise.
Commission

1865 Baxter and another v. Billam. Money lent

Libel

1867 Forbes and others v. Draper.
1871 Marshall. Rosber. Contract
1872 Maass v. Gas Light and Coke Com-
pany. False impt.
1873 Levetus v. Oliver Typewriter Com-
pany. Declaration

232 Paine r. Countess of Warwick. Bill
653 Atherton v. Paul and Wife. Slander 1875 Dobson v. Cotton and others. Fraud.
838 Mason v. Bathurst Trading Com-
pany. Contract

992 Elliott v. Broxholme. Notes
and
1180 Acetylene Corporation, &c.,
another v. Heath and Son and
another. Libel
1695 Morier
Fowler. Breach
promise
16:9 Rhodesia Goldfields Limited 2.
Partridge and another. Declara-
tion

v.

raps.

1892 Trumpler v. Johnson. Covenant 1893 Kemp r. Beltrage and Saville. Negligence

1898 Horne v. John Bull Limited and others. Libel

of 1899 Same v. Mrs. John Bull and others. Libel

1711 Burley v. Beddington. Pers, inj.
1716 Wynne-Edwards r. Waud. Libel
Contract
1717 Williams r. Jardine.
1724 Edwards r. Beau Sejour Tea, &c.,
Company Limited. Contract

1725 Same r. Meares and others. Fraud.
reps.

1729 Jay r. Day. Contract

1740 Gripper r. Hudson Brothers Limitel
and others. Warranty
1741 Dibdin r. McCarthy and
Pers. inj.

others.

19 3 Cousins r. Weil. Breach of promise 1901 Israel and Oppenheimer v. Soeffing. Injunction

1905 Walter and another t. Walter. Money lent

Wilmhurst London Association Limited and another. Libel Pers. inj. 1908 King r. I. Cook and Son. 1910 Johnson r. Kolckmann. Contract 1914 Bromley r. London and Western Bank. Contract Libel 1915 West, J. J. v. Wilson. 1916 Same r. Wilson and others. 1917 West, W. H. v. Wilson. Libel

1907 Greenlands Limited v.

South

Libel

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1992 Capsuloids (1909) Limited r. Duncan, Flockhart, and Co. Contract 1997 O'Byrne v. Hall. Detinue 1999 Vickers, Son, and Maxims Limited v. Clergue. Commission 2000 Arlidge v. Conolly and others. Libel. 2012 Weeks v. Palliser. Libel 2013 Goble and Sothers Limited v. Armour and Co. Limited. Libel 2018 Cox v. Twentieth Century Press Lim ted and others. Libel 2020 Hughes . L. O. Company Limited. Detinue

2021 Pridgeon v. Mellor and others. Trespass

2023 Woolfer. Thompson, Fraser Ramsay Proprietary Limited. Bill 2025 Knowles r. Taylor. Work 2026 Reed v. Kempster. Libel 2027 Shervington v. Same. Libel 2028 Reed v. P. I. P. Limited. Libel 2029 Shervington v. Same. Libel 2038 Bloor and others. Ball's Motor Garage. Goods sold.

Middlesex Common Jury Actions.

Actions beyond No. 1920 in this list will not be taken before Monday, the 23rd Oc*. Some of the following Numbers will be in the List for Trial on Friday, the 13th Oct. Nos. 405 to 1758 inclusive.

405 Bennett-Stanford v. Torkington and 1834 Dare v Bognor another. Contract

1604 Monk v. Monk and another. Account

1616 Burford v. London County Council. Negligence

1749 Securities Exchange Limited r.
Meyer. Money received

1753 Barns v. St. Mary, Islington, Guar-
dians. Trover
Holland. Money re-

1302 Bloss v.

ceived 1755 Greatrex v. Metropolitan Electric Tramways. Pers. inj. 1758 Douglas v. London General Omnibus Company Limited. Pers. inj.

1760 Fowler v. Lurion and others. Trover 1773 Lock v. General Conference of the New Church. Commission

Council. Contract

Urban District

1838 Waterlow v. Shankland and Wife. Trespass

of

1843 Clarkson r. Bigwood. Commission.
1814 Morris v. London Theatres
Varieties Limited. Contract
1851 Choate r. Monk. Contract
1868 Rose r. Knox. Money paid
1869 Millen v. Bunn. Pers. inj.
1870 Gennesson v. Dickman. Contract
1877 Josephson r. Monk. Contract
1895 Sabben v. Bish. Pers. inj.
1902 Marks v. Snarey. Contract
1906 Miller v. Lordon County Council
Pers. inj.

1911 Pratton r. Coupé Company and
Motor Cab Company Limited.
Pers. inj.
Chatelain. Leal, and Co. v. J. C. and
W. Lord. Goods sold

1919

1777 Bevan . Pickering. Money lent 1778 Munns v. Lonion County Council. 1920 Viola v. Pic'orial Newspaper Com

Pers. inj.

1782 Delmar Limited v. Ricketts. Bill 1786 Knapp r. Harvey. Pers. inj.

1792 Shepbard v. Manning and Wife. Slander

1805 Alford v. Chapman. Breach of

promise

1811 International Granite Company Callow. Contract

1633 Walters v. Warter. Libel

v.

pany Limited. Contract

1924 Neusel r. Lewis:hn Brothers. Goods Bold

1926 O'Kelly v. Cleaver. Trover

1927 Spack and another r. Brown and Co. Libel

1931 Wright r. Harwood. Seduction 1933 M dhurst v. British Motor Boat Company. Warranty

1812 Cox v. London General Omnibus 1937 Fiat Motors Limitel v. Leslie.

Company Limited. Pers. inj.

1817 Midgley r. Mauley. Mal. pros. 1818 Parker r. London Toeatre of Varieties Limited. Covenant 1820 Elliot v. Ingersoll and Brothers. Pers.inj.

1826 Tremeer v. Foster. Contract 1830 Williams v. McCarthy and Co. Go:ds sold

1833 Matthews and another v. Derry and Toms. Pers. inj.

1835 Smith v. Proud Brothers. inj.

Pers.

78 Ross v. Downey and another. Negli. gence

94 Skoien r. Long. Contract

Work

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2001 Simmons v. D. Smith and Co. and another. Bill

165 Woodward v. New Zealand As80- 2006 Joyce v. Goff. Seduction

ciated Press. Issue

2008 Holland v. P. I. P. Limited and others. Libel

941 Bisman v. Israel and another. Bill 1573 J. Landau and Sons v. Wingate and 2017 Johnston Limited Contract

1613 Russell and another v. Chirgwin.
Declaration

1653 Dosteel v. King. Libel
1718 Bolotoff v. Goldsmiths' and
Silversmiths' Company Limited.
Issue

1720 Lewinson v. Southcombe. Detinue

Makua Trading Corporation Limited

v. Anglo Continental Industries Limited. Calls

2019 Cameron r. Short and Sons Limited. Lord Campbell's Act

2030 Rost v. W. R. Taylor, Carr, and Co. and another. Fraud. reps. 2033 Curran . Meux's Brewery Company Limited and arother. Pers. inj.

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Actions for trial, 129; Appeals to Divisional Court, 8; total, 137. MEMORANDUM.-No complete list of actions to be tried in this division can be given in advance, as the number and order in which they will be tried are necessarily dependent upon the presence in this country of seafaring witnesses whose movements are uncertain. The list will therefore be subject to alterations and additions.

CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES.-AUTUMN ASSIZES. THE following judges will remain in town: Grantham, J., Darling, J. Bucknill, J., Bray, J., Lord Coleridge, J., Hamilton, J., Scrutton, J., and Bankes, J., during the whole of the circuits; the other judges till their respective commission days.

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