resources throughout Kenya; (h) to facilitate the
decentralisation of State organs, their functions and
services, from the capital of Kenya; and (i) to enhance
checks and balances and the separation of powers. 175.
County governments established under thi
v. Seaward . . . iv. 284
v. Thomas, L. R. 6, Ch. D.
176 ' . iii. 233
Morrice v. Aylmer, L. R. 7, H- L.
717 v. 184
Morritt v. N. E. Ry. Co., 45, L. J.
Q. B. 289 v. 22
Moult v. Halliday, 67, L. J. Q. B.
451 iii. 136
MTherson v. Watt, 3, App. Cas.
254 v. 167
52, J. P. 724 . . . .
Cheminant v. Thornton, 2, Car. &
P. 50 . . . . .
Chilton v. Progress Printing &
Publishing Co., , 2, Ch. 29
Chown v. Parrott, 32, L. J. C. P.
197 . v. 165
Chowne v. Baylis, 31, L. J. Ch. 757 iv. 30
Christie v. Griggs, 2, Camp.
Compensation. A person whose property is injuriously
affected by a townplanning scii^. ~*e is entitled to compensation from the
provided he claims the same within the time prescribed
by the scheme and in
the manner prescribed by the
comparatively small proportion of American or European
birth or extraction. . . .
Of the total commerce of the Hawaiian Islands, 79 per
cent, of the imports was from
the United States, and 99 per cent, of the exports to the
United States." In
190$ the shi
duties. Princes Island, exceptionally liberal, exempts all
Portuguese manufactures and products, except alcohol and distilled liquors
and tobacco ; Mozambique exempts only sacks and sacking, constructions of
iron of mixed materials
for habitation, agricul
point of view to the colonies, it would appear that for the
year 1896 the imports
may be estimated as coming to the extent of about onehalf or less from the
mother country, though only one-third or less were
Portuguese goods; the
exports are directed to t
D. 495 iii. 39
Hooper v. L. & N.-W. Ry. Co., 50,
L. J. Q. B. 103 . v. 25
Horner w. Graves, 7, Bing. 735 . v. 75
Huffam v. North Staffordshire Ry.
Co., [18941 2, Q. B. 821 . . v. 33
Hunter v. rinsep, 10, East, 378 . iii 13
Hurst v. G. W. Ry. Co., 34, JL J.
Prevention of evasion. Any shopkeeper, dealer, or trader,
who by way of trade
makes any arrangement express or implied with any
worker in pursuance of
which the worker performs any work for which a minimum
rate of wages has
been fixed under ^the Act, shal
against both employer and a stranger; (g) where the ship
is lost with all
hands, the claim can be made by the dependants within
eighteen months from
the date at which the ship is deemed to be lost, in the
same way as wages under
Section 174? of the Shippi
within the twelve months are to contribute as settled by
agreement or under
the Arbitration; (4) the amount is to be calculated upon
the wages earned
by the workman under the employer who has to pay
compensation; (5) the
notice of death, disablement, or s
565 v. 164
Cubitt v. Porter, 8, B. & C. 257 . iv. 273
Cuckson v. Stones, 28, L. J. Q. B.
25 iv. 146
Cutler v. N. L. Ry. Co., 56, L. J.
Q. B. 648 . . . . v. 25
Czech v. The General Steam Navigation Co., 37, L. J. C. P. 3 . iiL 282
DALBY v. INDIAN & LONDON
J. Q. B. 185 .
Canning v. Farquhar, 55, L. J. Q.
Capital & Counties Bank v. Henty,
L. R. 5, C. P. D. 514 . ,
Capper's Case, L. R. 3, Ch. 458 . iii. 153
Carbolic Smoke Ball Case, 62, L. J.
Q. B. 257 . ii. 2-3
Cardiff Manure Co. t>. Cardiff
there are serious reasons for believing that the county
governor has committed a crime under national or
international law; (c) abuse of office or gross misconduct;
or (d) physical or mental incapacity to perform the
functions of office of county governor
and exercise of their powers. (7) If a vacancy arises in the
office of the county governor, the members of the county
executive committee appointed under clause (2) (b)
cease to hold office. 180. (1) The county governor shall
be directly elected by the vo
Allen v. Flood (1898), A. C. 1 . iv. 98
Anthony v. Halstead, 37, L. T. 433 iii. 87
Arcedeckne, In re, 53, L. J. Ch.
102 iii. 42
Archard v. Jlorner, 3, Car. & P.
349 iv. 133
Archbold v. Sweet, 1, M. & Rob.
62 iv. 228
Ashling v. Boon, 60, L. J. Ch.
306 v. 6
United States free of tariff restrictions, and assured 1o the
United States producers, manufacturers, and exporters an equally
permanent market in the
Hawaiian Islands, free from tariff restrictions in most of
the articles required in
those islands. In th
Manbv v. Scott, 1, Mod. 124 . . iii. 101
Marsden v. The City & County
Assurance Co., L. R. 1, C. P.
232 iii. 182
Marshall v. York, 21, L. J. C. P.
34 v. 22
Maxted t>. Paine (No. 1), 38, L. J.
Ex. 41 ; (No. 2) 38, L. J. Ex.
129 v. 188
Mayfair Property Co.
Barnes v. Lend. Edin. & Glas.
Assce. Co. (1892), 1, Q. B. 864. Iv. 22
Bartlett v. Rees, L. R. 12, Eq.
395 iv. 128
Bawden v. Loud. Edin. & Glas.
Assce. Co., C. A. , 2, Q.
B. 534 iv. 27
Baxter v. Langley, L. R. 4, C. P.
21 v. 195
Beardmore v. Treadwel
of a disease which is a personal injury by accident within
the meaning of
DISEASES SCHEDULED AND CORRESPONDING
Anthrax . Handling of wool, hair, bristles, hides and
Lead poisoning or its sequelae . . Any process involving
v. Tolson, L. R. 23, Q. B. D. 168
v. Yorkshire W. Rid. Council,
, 1,Q. B. 805 ,
Richardson v. llowntree, 63, L. J.
Q. B. 283 .
Ricketts v. East, &c. Docks & Ry.
Co v. 35
Robb v. Green, , 2, Q. B. 315 iv. 136
v.Egerton, L. R. 9, Q. B.
494 v. 20
FINCH v. BONING, L. R. 4, C. P.
D. 143 v. 204
Forget v. Ostigny, 64, L. J. P. C.
62 v. 188
Foulkes v. Met. Ry. Co., 48, L. J.
C. P. 555 . v. 25
Francis v. Wyatt, 3, Burr. 1498 . iv. 59
Frearson v. Loe, L. R. 9, Ch. D, 48 iv. 286
GALLAGHER v. RUDD, 61, J.
De Francesco v, Barnum, 45, Ch.
De Hahn v. Hartley, 1, R. R. 221
Denton v. G.-N. Rr Co., 25, L. J.
Q. B. 129 .
Deny t>. Peek, 58, L. J. Ch. 864 .
Dever, ex parte, 59, L. J. Q. B.
Dickinson v. Shee, 4, Esp. 68
Dowell v. General Steam Naviga-
During the first year of his original enlistment a man mu*
preliminary training, in addition to the ordinary and
annual training and drills,
as may be prescribed by Order in Council. The annual
in general (a) a training for
Conspiracy. The law as to conspiracy has been further
changed by this
Act. By the common law, any two or more persons who
agree together to
do an act may render themselves liable for conspiracy or
an action for damages,
even in cases where the act done by
TABLE OF CASES
PoweL s Trade Mark, re, , A.
C. 8 v. 213
Price, In re, L. R. 6, Eq. 460 . v. 251
RADLEY v. L. & N.-W. Ry. Co., 1,
App. Gas. 754 . . . . iv. 220
Randall v. Newson, 46, L.
Kent v. M. Ry, Co., 44, L. J. Q. B.
18 v. 25
Kerrison v. Smith, , 2, Q. B.
445 . . iii. 317
Killick v. Graham, , 2, Q. B.
196 ii. 252
Kirkwood t>. Smith, , 1, Q. B.
582 v. 5
Kitto v. Bilbie, 72, L. T. 266 . iii. 72
LAING v. BISHOPSWEARMO
Buckmasterv. G. E. Ry. Co., 23,
L. T. 471 v. 27
Budd v. Fairmaner, 1, L. J. C. P.
16 iii. 87
Budd v. Lucas, , 1, Q. B. 408 iii. 229
Bufe v. Turner, 16, R. R. 626 . ii. 30?
Bunch v. C. W. Ry. Co., 57, L. J.
Q. B. 361 v. 24
Burnard v. Haggis, 32, L. J
Leyman v. Latimer, L. R 3, Ex. D.
15,362 iii. 308
Limpus v. London General Omnibus Co., 32, L. J. Ex. 34 . . iv. 135
Linfoot v. Pockett, , 2, Ch.
835 iii. 178
London Assurance Co. v. Mansel,
L. It 11, Ch. D. 303. . . iv, 27
London Guarantee Co. v. F
sanitary and aesthetic lines, and escape, in their future,
the wholly inconvenient
and unhealthy conditions under which our towns now
A scheme may be made by a local authority with
reference to any land within
or in the neighbourhood of its area, i