by registered letter to the residence or place of business
of the employer. If the
employer is a body corporate or unincorporate, then by
delivery or by registered
letter to the employer at any one of the offices of such
body. Contracting out.
Blackburn & District Benefit Building Society, In re . . v. 72
Blakesley v. Wieldon, 11, L. J. Ch.
164 iv. 166
Blewitt's Case, 49, L. J. P. 31 . iii. 160
Blyth t>. Fladgate,  1, Ch. 337 v. 166
Bond v. Barrow 1 1 ematite Steel Co. v. 3
Bovril Trade M
5 millions were colonial. But since then the German
colonial trade has improved, as may be seen from the figures for the year
1900. In that year, out of a
total export trade of 4611 million, marks, about 14
millions went to the colonies,
whence qune a con
time-r,ate or general minimum piece-rate, may be
delegated to the committee.
But a comiuultee must recommend minimum time-rates,
and, so far as it thinks
fit, general minimum piece-rates, to the Trade Board, and
no rate fixed or cancellation or variation
compensation. In default the employer is liable to a fine
up to 5.
Special provision as to Scotland. If action is raised by a
workman in the
Sheriff Court, concluding for damages under the
Employers Liability Act, 1880,
or under that Act and at Common Law
schemes in his annual report and may make regulations.
Sub-contractors. If the principal contracts with a subcontractor for the
execution of the whole or part of a contract, the principal
will be liable to any
man employed on the contract as if employed b
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
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
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
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
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.
Cornish v. Stubbs, 39, L. J. C. P.
202 . iii. 318
Cornwall v. Hawkins, 41, L. J. Ch.
435 . iii. 156
Corry v. G. W. Ry. Co., 50, L. J.
Q. B. 386 . v. 35
Court v. Berlin, 66, L. J. Q. B. 714 v. 165
Cowley v. Newmarket Board, ,
A. C. 345 . iv. 237
Belgium. Imports into Belgium from the Congo State
enjoy no preferential
treatment, but are treated merely on the footing of
imports from the most
favoured nation. As regards exports from Belgium to the
Congo State, the
independent state is precluded by t
those colonies, including Algeria, take 70 per cent, of
their imports from the
mother country, whither they send 65 per cent, of their
exports. The colonies
not so fiscally favoured take only 47 per cent, of their
imports from France, and
can be credited
or the employers to dismiss workmen ; but serious
questions may *>"*se as to
the extent of peacefully picketing and when it becomes
an unla* .ml act.
UNEMPLOYED. See LABOUR EXCHANGE.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION (and see article in Vol. V )
ORIGINAL HARTLEPOOL COLLIERIES
Co. v. GIBB, 4G, L. J. Ch. 311 . v. 250
PAINTER, Ex parte, , 1, Q. B.
85 iv. 313
Parkhurst v. Foster, 1, Salk. 387 . iv. 59
Patscheider v. G. W. Ry. Co., 38,
L. T. 149 v. 25
Perry v. Barn
Duck v. Mayeu, [1892
Dudgeon v. Thomson, 3, App. Cas.
EARLE v. PEAKE . . . . iii. 155
East London Waterworks Co. v.
Charles, , 2, Q. B. 730 . v. 246
Eastman Co.'s Trade Mark, Re t
L. J. Q. B. 178 . v. 27
Head, In re, 63, L. J., Ch. 35,
549 . . iv. 236
Head v. Tattersall, 41, L. J. Ex. 4 iii. 89
Heaven *;. Fender, 52, L. J. Q. B.
702 iv. 219
Heawood v. Bone, 51, ]u. T. 125 . iv. 83
Hebdon v. West, 32, L. J. Q. B.
85 iv. 23
Gregory v. Piper, 9, B & C. 591 . iv. 61
Grimston v. Cunningham, ,
1, Q. B, 125 . . . . iv. 136
Guild v. Conrad, C. A. , 2,
Q. B. 885 . . . .iii. 136
HAPLEY v. BAXENDALE, 20, L. J.,
Ex. 179 r. 28
TABLE OF CASES
Hoes, ex pane . iv. 313
countries, whose right to most favoured nation treatment
has obtained for them
the benefit of the conventional as distinguished from the
general, or "autonomous " tariff. The German colonies therefore enjoy no
greater fiscal advantages
in their trade with
Against both employer and stranger. If the accident has
occurred so as to
create a liability on the part of a stranger, then (1) the
workmen can claim
against both the stranger and the employer, but cannot
get both damages
and compensation. (2) The employ
and other allowances to the families of men of the force
when embodied or
called out on actual military service ; and arranges with
employers of labour
as to holidays for training, and ascertains the times of
training most suited ,to
the circumstances of
stepfather, stepmother, son, daughter, grandson,
granddaughter, stepson, stepdaughter, brother, sister, half-brother or half-sister. The
means a person to whom articles or materials are given
out to be made up,
cleaned, washed, ornamented
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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