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LICENSE-Public-house.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT-continued.

MAINTENANCE - Champerty - Bankrupt's
See Cases under Inn.
4. Special Act-Paving and other ex-

right of action-Assignment by trustee in
LIEN-Debenture-holder
- 229 | penses-Estimated expenses-Charge on pro-

bankruptcy-Bankruptcy Act, 1883, s. 57,

See RAILWAY COMPANY. 3.

perty_Public Health Act. 1875 (38 & 39 Vict. (sub-s. 8), and s. 168. GUY U. CHURCHILL

- Parliamentary deposit - 96, 100 c, 55), s. 257. MAYOR OF WEST HAM v. GRANT

[Chitty, J., 246

See PARLIAMENTARY DEPOSIT.

[Kay, J., 233 MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAY - 109

- Payment of premiums - -

See HIGHWAY. 3.

147. 5. --“Street "-Local authority-Power

See INSURANCE-LIFE

to compel paving-Footway recently added to MANCHESTER CAUSES-Place of trial 4

- Tolls-Railway company - -

bighway-Public Health Act, 1875 (38 & 39

See PRACTICE-TRIAL. 1.

See BILL OF SALE. 4.

| Vict, c. 55), ss. 4, 150. RICHARDS v. KESSICK!

MANDAMUS-Ecclesiastical law - 98

- Vendor's - - - 36, 37

[Q. B. Div. 92

See ECOLESIASTICAL LAW.

See VENDOR AND PURCHASER. 4, 5.

6. “Street,” meaning of - Public

Health Act, 1875 (38 & 39 Vict. c. 55), ss. 4,

Election of councillor - - 52

LIFE ESTATE_Married woman trading sepa- 1 150. JOWETT v. LOCAL BOARD OF IDLE

See MUNICIPAL CORPORATION.

rately - - - - 153

C. A. 87 - Filing of contract - - - 114

See BANKRUPTCY, 30.

- Metropolis Management Acts

See COMPANY. 12.

- Power of disposition - - 33 |

See METROPOLIS MANAGEMENT Acts. - Pleading-Replication - - %

See WILL. 20.

- Obstruction of highway - - 223

See INN. 6.

LIGHT AND AIR-Ancient light-Prescrip-

See HIGHWAY. 4.

- Refusal to register transfer - 218

tion-User-Window with shutters occasion-

LORD MAYOR'S COURT.

See RAILWAY COMPANY. 8.

ally opened-Prescription Act (2 & 3 Will. 4,

MANSION HOUSE_Tenant for life -

c. 71), ss. 3, 4–“ Actually enjoyed.”

See MAYOR'S COURT.

63

COOPER

See SETTLED ESTATE.

t. STRAKER - - - Kay, J., 211 | LUNATIC--Appointment of new trustees-

2. — Light-Implied grant- Building Lunacy-Practice. In re Rolls HOARE (A | MARINE INSURANCE

scheme-Intervening strip of land. BIRMING-

LUNATIC) - - - - C. A. 94

See INSURANCE-MARINE.

HAY, DUDLEY, AND DISTRICT BANKING COM- 1 2. — Appointment of new trustees - MARRIAGE-According to custom of tribe

PANY 6. Ross - - - C. A. 80 | Lunacy—Trustee Act, 1850 (13 & 14 Vict. '

See DOMICIL. 1.

LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF-Action against

c. 60), s. 2-Person of unsound mind. In re - Breach of promise of.

CAMPBELL - - - - C. A. 176

administrator-Date from which time begins

See BREACH OF PROMISE OF MAR-

to run-23 & 24 Vict. c. 38, s. 13. MARTIN 0.

3. — Appointment of new trustees in

RIAGE.

EARL BEAUCHAMP

North J 24 place of lunatic and person out of the jurisdic-

-

- Contract_Domicil - - - 44

2. — Equitable mortgage-Reversion-

tion-Subsequent vesting order as to mort-

See Scorch LAW. 4.

Contingent interest-No acknowledgment-

gage and stock -Trustee Act, 1850, ss. 3, 5.

- Wife's joint tenancy

In re BATHO

- - 67

Right of mortgagee to sue for foreclosure

- - C. A. 118

See JOINT TENANT.

Real Property Limitation Act, 1874 (37 & 38 4. Chancery Division-Jurisdiction-- MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT.

Vict. c. 57), ss. 1, 2. HUGILL V. WILKINSON Person of unsound mind not so found-Guar-

TLEMENT.

(North, J., 103 dianship and maintenance-Amount of fund.

3. — Simple contract debt-Payment of | In re Silva's TRUSTS - -

MARRIED WOMAN.

Chitty, J., 3.-

See HUSBAND AND WIFE.

interest by tenant for life-Acknowledgment 5. - Maintenance Person of unsound

-Real assets3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 104-Statute

son of unsound MARSHALLING-Construction of wili

mind not so found-National Debt (Conver-

34

of Limitations (21 Jac. 1, c. 16). In re HOL. sion) Act, 1888, 8. 10—Lord Chancellor's

See CHARITY. 8.

LINGSHEAD. HOLLINGSHEAD v. WEBSTER Orders, March, 1888, r. 12-Assent of pay-

MASTER AND SERVANT-Employers' liabi-

[Chitty, J., 18 master-Bonus on exchange-Income. In re

lity -

- 177, 250

- Executor-DeFastavit -

89 BRUIN'S TRUSTS - - Stirling, J., 103

See NEGLIGENCE. 1, 2.

See MORTGAGE. 3.

6. — Past maintenance-Notice given to

MAXIMS OF LAW-Actio personalis moritur

- Forged transfer of stock - - next of kin—Lunacy Regulation Act, 1862

cum personâ -

- 45

See RAILWAY COMPANY. 5.

(25 & 26 Vict. c. 86), ss. 12, 13–Lunacy Regu-

See EXECUTOR. 1.

- Mortgage - - - - 138

lation Amendment Act, 1882 (45 & 46 Vict. MAYOR'S COURT-Certiorari-Time for re-

See MORTGAGE. 10.

c. 82). In re A. B. BRICE (A SUPPOSED INSANE moval of cause-Lord Mayor's Court-Prac-
LIQUIDATOR—Winding-up of company

PERSON) - - - . C. A. 40 tice-Mayor's Court of London Procedure Act
See COMPANY-WINDING-UP.

7. - Person of unsound mind-Autho- (20 & 21 Vict. c. clvii.), s. 17. Priu v. SMITH

rity to sue for – Jurisdiction. HODGSON v.

[Q. B. Div. 28

LIVERPOOL CAUSES_Place of trial - 4 | KENT AND SURREY PERMANENT BUILDING 2. Jurisdiction-Prohibition --Account
See PRACTICE-TRIAL. 1.

SOCIETY - - - North, J., 90 stated--Mayor's Court of London. In re A
LOCAL GOVERNMENT – Bye-law-Validity 8. Surplus income of lunatic-Allow- PROHIBITION TO THE MAYOR'S COURT OF
-New houses-Certificate of fitness for babi. | ance to collaterals-Lunacy. In re DARLING LONDON. GRUNDY v. TOWNSEND - C. A. 67
tation-Public Health Act, 1875 (38 & 39 (A PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND) - C. A. 144 3. — Jurisdiction-Prohibition—" Cause
Vict. c. 55), ss. 23, 25, 26, 157, sub-ss. 4, 183, 9. - Tenant in common in tail-Parti- of action arising wholly or in part within the
315. HORSELL p. SWINDON NEW Town LOCAL tion action-Trustee Act, 1850 (13 & 14 Vict. city of London or the liberties thereof”-
BOARD - - - - Q. B. Div. 97 c. 60), ss. 3, 20, 30, 37. In re M. A. BOLTON Assigoment of debt-Mayor's Court Procedure
2. — Carrying water - mains — “ Sur (A PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND) - C. A. 243Act

A 243 Act (20 & 21 Vict. c. clvii.), s. 12-Judicature
veyor's” report-"Necessary”—Local board - Next friend - - - .

Act, 1873, s. 25, sub-s. 6. READ v. BROWN

8

-Injunction Public Health Act, 1875, ss. 16,

34,189. Lewis v. WESTON-SUPER-MARE LOCAL

See PARTITION. 4.

[Q. B. Div. 214

- Pauper lunatic - - -

4. — Jurisdiction-Probibition-Mayor's

BOARD - - - Stirling, J., 200

12

1% Court Extension Act, 1857 (20 & 21 Vict.

See Poor Law. 5.

3. - Contract under seal - Contract

c. clvii.), s. 12. LEWIN v. GRAHAM

* whereof the value or amount exceeds fifty

[C. A. 204

MAINTENANCE-Lunatic

pounds"-Agreement to adopt and dedicate

- 40, 103 MERGER--Right of way - - 100

road-Petition to Local Government Board

See LUNATIC. 5, 6.

See Way.

Public Health Act, 1875 (38 & 39 Vict. c. 55),

- Prohibition against alienation - 216 METROPOLIS MANAGEMENT ACTS—New

6. 174. TOXBRIDGE WELLS IMPROVEMENT COM-

See DIVORCE. 11.

street - Apportionment -- Local Government

MISSIONEES V. SOUTHBOROCGI LOCAL BOARD - Settled land-Income - 111, 126 Acts — Metropolis Management Act, 1855

[Kay, J., 237

See SETTLED LAND ACTS. 6.

(18 & 19 Virt. c. 120), s. 105-Metropolis

L

METROPOLIS MANAGEMENT ACTS-contd. , MORTGAGE-continued.

MORTGAGE-continued.

Local Management Amendment Act, 1862' 7. - Foreclosure-Joint mortgagees- - Priority-Tacking -

(25 & 26 Vict. c. 102), s. 77. STOTESBUKY . Survivorship- Foreclosure absolute. BROWELL

See BUILDING SOCIETY. 2.

CAMEERWELL V'ESTRY - Q. B. Div. 141. 0. PLEDGE - - - North, J., 166 - Settled land - - - 103

2. - Paving expenses-Tepant for life- 8. — Foreclosure absolute - Receiver.'

See SETTLED LAND Acts. 3.

Remaindernen - Mitropolis Local Japage. Wills o. Luff - - Chitty, J., 69 - Statute of Limitations - - 103
ment Act, 1855 (18 & 19 Vict. c. 120), s. 105.

9.

a

In re LEONARD FIELD. In re SARAH FIELD.

9. — Foreclosure action-Form of state-

See LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF. 2.

- Sub-lease by way of-Disclaimer

BOWERING r. FIELD

188

-

ment of claim-Mortgagor- Personal order for

- North, J., 36

payment-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Ap-

See BANKRUPTCY. 19.

METROPOLIS VALUATION ACTS -- Proyi- pendix C., s. ii. Form 5. WETHERED v. Cox - Trade machinery - - - 59

sional list -- Assessment committee - Special

[Kay, J., 165

See BILL OE SALE. 10.

sessions-Appeal-Valuation (Metropolis) Act, 10. — Gift-Equitable assignment-Re- -

Trustee Act - - - 11, 217

1869 (32 & 33 Vict. c. 67), s. 47, sub-s. 10. lease by parol-Mortgage deed handed over

See TRUSTEE. 13-15.

FULHAJ L'NION o. WELLS AND OTHERS

to mortgagor by mortgagee-Absence of con-

[Q. B. Div. 98

MORTMAIN - -

sideration—Statute of Limitations-Rever.

See CHARITY.

METROPOLITAN POLICE ACTS — Police sionary interest. In re HaxCOCK. HANCOCK

magistrate-Jurisdict on-Order for delivery v. BERREY - - - Kay, J., 138 ' MOTION—Appeal from order in Chambers 88

of goods-Dog-2 & 3 Vict. c. 71, s. 40. Reg. ! 11. -

See PRACTICE-APPEAL. 2.

Power of sale - Adminis ration

0. SLADE - - - Q. B. Div. 194

- Attachment - - - - 193

action-Sale out of Court-Mortgagee's ac- ,

MIDDLESEX REGISTRY ACTS - 158 counts - Auctioneer - Commission - Sale

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 2.

See REGISTRY ACTS.

| charges-Disallowance-Court scale. In re

-- Costs-Practice - - 50, 205

WALFORD. WALFORD C. WALFORD

See PRACTICE-Costs. 4,9.

MINE - Mines and minerals -Compulsory

(Kay, J., 178 - For judgment on counter-claim - 84

purchase-Reservation of minerals—Whether

12. -

clay included-Scotch Railways Clauses Con-

Power of sale-Mortgagee-Sale |

See PRACTICE-PLEADING. 3.

solidation Act, 1845, s. 70; English Act, s. 77

by mortgagee to company of which he is a , - Injunction on-Damages - - 65

-Waterworks Clauses Act, 1847, s. 18. LORD

member. FARRAR v. FARRARS, LIMITED

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 19.

PROVOST AND MAGISTRATES OF GLASGOW,

[C. A. 252 - Summons or-Costs - - 33

APPS.; FARIE, Resp. - H. L. (Sc.) 192

13. - Power of sale-Proviso requiring

See PRACTICE—Costs. 8.

three months' notice after default. SELWYN 'MUNICIPAL CORPORATION - Election of

- Compensation - - - 112

See RENEWABLE LEASEHOLDS.

v. GARFIT - - - - C. A. 66 councillor-Disqualification-Aldermen--Re

14. — Priority- Negligence -Omission turning officer-Declaration of election-Man-

MISDESCRIPTION - Measure of compensa- to obtain title deeds-Postponement of first damus-Ballot Act, 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 33),

tion - - - - 206 equitable mortgagee to second. FARRAND V. 8. 2, Sch. 1, rr. 45, 46–Municipal Corporations

See VENDOR AND PURCHASER. 6. YORKSHIRE BANKING COMPANY North, J., 213 Act, 1882 (45 & 46 Vict. c. 50), ss. 35, 58, 87.

--- Misstatement of value - - 11 15. - Public-house-Mortgagee in pos- PRITCHARD, APP.; MAYOR OF BANGOR, RESP.

See VENDOR AND PURCHASER. 9. session-Account-Trade profit-Rent-Wil-

(H. L. 52

MISREPRESENTATION-Action to set aside

ful default-Limit of security-Outgoings.

sale

- - 113

WHITE v. CITY OF LONDON BREWERY COMPANY | NATIONAL DEBT (CONVERSION) ACT 1888

See VENDOR AND PURCHASER. 8.

[North, J., 185 (51 Vict. c. 2)-Trustees-Power of reinvest-

Prospectus -

16. —

-

Redemption-Mortgagor and inort- ment. In re TICKETT's Trusts Chitty, J., 89

See COMPANY. 15.

gagee-Agreement for lease by mortgagor-

gor-

Mortgagee's refusal to adopt agreement,

NATURALIZATION–French subject - 3

MORTGAGE - Bank-Loan to customer-1 Tenant's right to redeem mortgage. Tarx r.

See Domicil. 2.

Transfer by three persons to secure loan TURNER - Rekewich. J.. 55(Affirmed on NEGLIGENCE-Master and servant -- me

Transfer to nominees of customer after loan

(Appeal) C. A. 184 ployers' Liability Act, 1880 (43 & 44 Vict.

paid off-Mortgagor and mortgagee. Magnus 17. – Tacking - Mortgagor and mort-

1 c. 42), s. 1, sub-s. 2. HOWARD v. BENNETT &

0. QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK - C. A. 15 gagee - Successive incumbrancers --Assign-

Son - - - - Q. B. Div. 250

2. Covenant to pay principal and in ment from purchaser for value without notice 2. - Master and servant -- Person in-

terest-Assignment of Equity of redemption -- Trustee for mortgagor. LEDBROOK v. Pass- trusted with superintendence – Person to

-Further charge by assignee in favour of MAN - - - - Stirling, J., 156 whose orders the workman was bound to con-

original mortgageen-Action on the covenant 18. - Valuation - Mortcamor_mort i form-Employers' Liability Act, 1880 (43& 44

by original mortgagees—Right of original gagee-Loss--Action by mortgagee against

Vict. c. 42), s. 1, sub-s. 2, 3, s. 8. KELLARD r.

mortgagors to reconveyance on

ROOKE

payment. valuers -- Negligence --- Misrepresentation -

- -

- - C. A. 177

KINNAIRD v. TROLLOPE - Stirling, J., 179 Damages. Cann v. WILLSON Chitty, J., 139

- Collision - -

3.

2.

Executor — Devastavit-Statute of - Attornment clause -

See SHIP.

- - 153

Limitations—Trustees-Rents and profits-

See Bill of SALE. 5.

Deeds—Priority - - - 213

Real assets--Specialty creditors-3 & 4 Will. 4, Bankruptcy notice - -

See MORTGAGE. 14.

0. 104-Mortgagor and mortgagee. In re

See BANKRUPTCY. 7.

Proximate cause of loss -

Hyatt, BOWLES v. HYATT - Chitty, J., 89 - Caveat by mortgagee - -

See EsTOPPEL.

-

See LAND TRANSFER ACT.

-

4. —

Railway company -

44

Foreclosure-Administration action

-Mortgagees' actions-Order for sale of pro - Contributory mortgage--- Investment 113

See RailwAY COMPANY. 2.

perties-Time for redemption--Foreclosure

See TRUSTEE. 3.

- Valuation - - - - 139

absolute of parts of properties not sold. In re - Covenant by wife -

See MORTGAGE. 18.

KILHAM. KILHAM 0. KILHAM

See HUSBAND AND WIFE, 6.

NEWSPAPER—Disclosure of original manu.

[Stirling, J., 224 Forgery -

script

-

-

-

-

163

- .

5. --- Foreclosure-Ejectment-Order for

See TRUSTEE. 4.

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 20.

poseession-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, || General words - -

-- Innuendo-Publicat on -

Order xviii. r. 2. KEITH r. Day

See DEED.

See LIBEL. 1.

[North, J., 194

-

Hiring agreements -

72

- 225 —

-

-

Right to use title of

6. —- Foreclosure-Goodwill and business |

See BANKRUPTCY. 25.

See COPYRIGHT. 1.

-- Special form of order. Satu v. PEARMAN --- Mortgagees-Costs - -

- Trade name - -

[Chitty, J.. 131

Sre SETTLED LAND ACTS. 1.

See TRADE NAME. 1.

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Patent action

NEXT FRIEND-Costs - - - PARLIAMENT-continued.

PARTNERSHIP-continuod.

See ADMINISTRATION. 3

4. — Borough yote-Notice of objection - Business carried on in colony - 117

- Person of unsound mind - - -Sufficiency of - Registration Act, 1878

See REVENUE. 3.

See PARTITION. 4.

(41 & 42 Vict. o. 26), s. 28, sub-s. 2-Registra PARTY WALL-Building estate-Crvenant.

NEXT OF KIN_Construction of will - 179 tion Act, 1885 (48 Vict. c. 15), s. 18–County

BUCHAN V. ARTLETT - - North, J., 76

See Will. 22.

Electors Act (51 & 52 Vict. c. 10), s. 13.

PATENT--Admitted infringement-Question

HARTLEY v. HALSE - - Q. B. Div. 226

NOTICE-Bankruptcy law

of damage. UNITED HORSE SHOE AND NAIL

Sce BANKRUPTCY. 3—9.

- Member of-Privilege - - 224 COMPANY, APPS.; STEWART & Co., RESPS.

- Contents of lease - - 45, 254

See ATTACHMENT.

[H. L. (So.) 72

See VENDOR AND PURCHASER. 2, 7. | PARLIAMENTARY DEPOSIT_Payment out.

2. — Amending specification--Postponing

- Power of sale - -

of Court-Lien - Request to pay inferred. h

erred hearing-Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks

See MortgAGE. 13.

In re COVENTRY AND NUNEATON TRAMWAYS

Act, 1883, s. 19. GAULARD v. LINDSAY C. A. 16

- Purchaser for value without

COMPANY Kekewich, J., 96, (Correction) 100 1 3. - Assignment-Deed-Avoidance of

See BANKER. 1.

PAROL-Admissibility of, evidence - 152

patent-Implied covenant to keep on foot-

- Purchaser for value without - 156

Breach of covenant-Damages. In re RAIL-

See WILL. 31."

See MORTGAGE. 17.

WAY AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES COMPANY

- Release by - - - - 138

- Restrictive covenants

[Kay, J., 131

- -

See MORTGAGE. 10.

4. - Novelty-Combination-Anticipa-

See COVENANT.

tion. MORGAN v. WINDOVER

-

-

Third party

C. A. 80

- -

PARTICULARS-Improper motives

-

-

72 PAR

See PRACTICE-PLEADING. 9.

See PRACTICE-PLEADING. 5.

5. — Particulars of objection-Certificate

- Winding-up petition - - 213 -

Libel action

-Costs-Patents, &c., Act, 1883, s. 29, sub.-s.

Libel action

- - - 162

See LIBEL. 2.

6. COLE v. SAQUI & LAWRENCE

See COMPANY-WINDING-UP. 7.

C. A. 229

6. — Practice-Infringement-Dismissal

NOVATION - - - - 156

of action-Invalidity of patent-Declaration

See PRACTICE--PROCEDURE. 13.

of infringement-Costs-Severance by defen-

NOVEL-Dramatization of - - 122

Patent action-Costs - -

dants. BLAKEY v. LATHAM - Kay, J., 126

See COPYRIGHT. 2.

See PATENT. 5.

7. — Provisional specification-Complete

NOVELTY-Patent - - 60, 80, 168

Payment into Court

specification - Servant - Waiver - Patents,

See PATENT. 4, 8, 12.

See PAYMENT ISTO Count. 1.

Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883,s. 5, sub-s.

NUISANCE--Dancing and musical entertain- | PARTIES—Change of-Bankruptcy 9, 213 5. SIDDELL v. VICKERS & Co. Kekewich, J., 4,

ments-Lessee-Covenant for quiet enjoyment

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 5, 33.

((Affirmed on Appeal) C. A. 126

--Injunction. JENKINS v. JACKSON

- Jurisdiction to add defendant - 74 .8. — Revocation-Nonconformity of speci-

[Kekewich, J., 194

See County Court. 6.

fications-Insufficient description-Novelty-

2 — Throat and skin diseases hospital - - Pleadings - - - 10, 20, 72

o wo Use. In re GALLAKD AND GIBB's PATENT

Injunction-Restrictive covenant-Annoyance

[Kekewich, J. 168

See PRACTICE-PLEADING. 1, 2, 9.
and grievance. ToD-HEATLY v. BENHAM

1 9. — Revocation of patent, petition for-
PARTITION - Advertisements - Partition

(C. A. 199

Directions as to place of trial-Patents, De-

action - Sale - Absent parties - Service of signs and Trade Marke Ar

signs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883, ss. 19, 26,
notice of judgment dispensed with—Distribu | 28 — Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order
OBLITERATION_Wills Act - - 19
tion of proceeds of sale--Partition Act, 1876,

xxx., r. 1; Order xxxvi., r. 1. In re EDMONDS'
8. 4, zub-s. 3. CROSSMAN v. RICHARDS

See Will. 23.

PATENT - - - North, J., 234

[North, J., 167

ORIGINATING SUMMONS-Practice

10. Revocation of patent, petition for

2. — Evidence of title at hearing-Form

[34, 185, 217, 239

Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883,

of judgment-Sale out of Court--Practice s. 26.

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 21–24.

In re MORGAN'S PATENT Chitty, J., 34

Partition action. In re STEDMAN. COOMBE v.

OVERSEERS—Election of

11. —

-

Scientific witnesses-Patent case.

- 201

VINCENT - - - - Kay, J., 119

AUTOMATIC WEIGHING MACHINE COMPANY v.

See JUSTICES. 1.

3. — Evidence of title at hearing - KNIGHT - - - Kekewich, J., 250

OYSTERS—Right to use of word "native" 27 Practice - Partition action. GOODACRE v. 12. — Use of everything specified-Ex-

See FISHERY. 2.

GOODACRE - - - Chitty, J., 138 tensive use-Proof of novelty. EHRLICH v.

4. — Person of unsound mind-Next IHLEE - - - Kekewich, J., 50

friend-Practice - Partition actions -- Parti-
PARENT AND CHILD-Advancement

- Discontinuance of action - - 222

10

tion Act, 1876 (39 & 40 Vict. c. 17), 8. 6.

See PRACTICE-PLEADING. 8.

See WILL. 1.

PORTER v. PORTER - - - C. A. 8

- Discovery-Practice - -

PARLIAMENT – Borough vote - Household

5. - Sale – Application for sale by

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 13.

qualification-Occupation qualification — Re-

owners of less than half of the property

form Act, 1832 (2 & 3 Will, 4, c. 45), ss. 27, 29

PAUPER-Proceeding as-Prohibition

Discretion of Court-Partition Act, 1868, 8.5.

- Representation of the People Act, 1867 (30
RI HARDSON v. FEARY - North, J., 120

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 25.
& 31 Vict. c. 102), s. 3-Representation of the
People Act, 1881 (48 Vict. c, 3), s. 5-Regis-

- Lunacy

243 PAVING EXPENSES-Street - 87. 92. 233

tration Act, 1885 (48 Vict. c. 15), schedule 3

See Lunatic. 9.

See Local GOVERNMENT. 1-6.

- Tenant for lite - - - 36
(lustructions and Forms). 8. 4. DRUITT V. PARTNERSHIP_Dissolution-Receiver and

See METROPOLIS MANAGEMENT Acts.

CrOSSLING - - - Q. B. Div. 226 manager-Sale. TAYLOR v. NEATE

2. ----- Borough rote-Lodger franchise-

(Chitty, J., 190

PAWNBROKER -- Detention of pawner ----

Old lodger's list-Claim to be registered-

2. — Practice -- Partnership action -

Reasonable suspicion that article offered in
Registration Art, 1878 (41 & 12 Vict. c. 26), Creditors -- Judgment debt ---- Execution -

pawn was stolen-Pawnbrokers' Act, 1872

622-Registration Act, 1885 (48 Vict. c. 15), Charging order. In re Cardus. ARMSTRONG

(35 & 35 Vict. c. 93), s. 34. HOWARD v. CLARKE

chedule 3, Form H, No. 2. SMITH . v. PARIS - - - - Chitty, J., 17

[Q. B. Div. 21

CHANDLER - - - Q. B. Div. 234 1 3. - Rescission of contract--Restitutio

PAYMENT-Shares -

- 2

3. —- Borough vote-Lodger franchise in integrum -- Indemnity. ADAMS AND

See COMPANY-WINDING-UP. 16.
Old lodgers' list-Claim to be registered ANOTHER, APrs.; NEWBIGGING AND ANOTHER,

- Of dividends out of capital
Registration Act, 1878 (41 & 42 Vict. c. 26), I

-

RESPs.

-

48

-

H. L. 144

- -
* 22- Registration Act, 1885 (48 Vict. c. 15), 4. — Share of profits-Bovill's Act (28 &

See COMPANY. 5.
Sebelule 3, Form H, No. 2. JONES AND 29 Vict. c. 86)-Garnizhee order—Priority.

- Out of capital - - - 6

OTHERS , KesT AND OTHERS Q. B. Div. 226 ' BADELEY 2. ('ONSOLIDATED BANK C. A. 30

See SETTLED LAND ACTS 2.

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[C. A. 136

PAYMENT INTO COURT - Particulars — PLEDGE-continued.

POWER—General power of appointment by
Practice. Rowe v. KELLY AND ANOTHER 1 2. — Chattels stored in a room as se-

will-Exercise-Wills Act, 1837, s. 27. In re
[Q. B. Div. 141 au
curity for loan-Delivery of key-Memoran-

MARSH. Mason v. THORNE North, J., 111

2. _ Practice-Defence setting up tender dum of transaction-Pledge or bill of sale. 2. — Settlement-General power of ap-

--Denial of liability-Continuance of action | HILTON v. TUCKER - Kekewich, J., 148 pointment – Power of revocation - Will
-Payment out of court to plaintiff's solicitor - Certificates -

Effect of general bequest-Wills Act (1 Vict.

-Necessity for order-Liability of solicitor to

See COMPANY. 13.

c. 26), s. 27. CAARLES v. BURKE Kay, J., 244

refund-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order POLICE.

3. — Special power of appointment -

XXII., rr. 5, 6, Davys v. RICHARDSON

See METROPOLITAN POLICE ACTS.

Construction of will. In re COTTON. WOOD

[Q. B. Div. 30, (Reversed on Appeal) C. A. 137

v. COTTON -- - - North, J., 200

- Trustee Relief Act - - 120, 188

POLICY_Covenant to settle future property

-

See SETTLEMENT. 1.

See TRUSTEE. 9, 10.

Appointment-Acceleration of succession

-

See REVENUE. 9.

PAYMENT OUT OF COURT-Affidavit of no

Insurance.

[174

See INSURANCE

- Fraud on . - - -

incumbrance-Practice. WILLIAMS v. WARE

104, 249

See SETTLEMENT. 6, 8.

[Chitty, J., 82 POLYGAMY–Marriage according to custom

Implied, of sale - - 206

2. - Replacement of fund paid out to

of tribe - -

See Will. 27.

person not entitled thereto-Practice-Court

See DOMICIL. 1.

Of appointment - - 35, 116

of Chancery (Funds) Act, 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. POOR LAW – Guardians – Employment of

See SETTLEMENT. 4, 5.
c. 4t), s. 5. SLATER v. SLATER Kay, J., 31 solicitor by guardians-Costs, taxation of-

Of appointment Intestacy - -

3. — Stop order-Service of petition when Taxation by clerk of the peace-7 & 8 Vict.

See WILL. 10. .

unnecessary-Practice. VERNON v. CROFT c. 101, ss. 32, 35, 39—Solicitors Act (6 & 7 Vict.

Of appointment—Revocation - 83
[Chitty, J., 155 c. 73), s. 37. GUARDIANS OF POOR OF SOUTH-

-

See Will. 32.

Lands Clauses Act - -

AMPTON v. BELL & TAYLOR -

179, 220

Q. B. Div. 150

Of disposition -

2. —

See LANDS CLAUSES ACT. 1, 2.

-

Guardians of the poor acting as

-

See Will. 20.

- Lien - - - - - 96

rural sanitary authority-Limitation of time

Of sale -

for bringing action-22 & 23 Vict. c. 49, s. 1

- - -

See PARLIAMENTARY DEPOSIT.

66,

See MORTGAGE. 12, 13.

-Public Health Act, 1875, s. 9. DEARLE v.

- Necessity for order - 90, 137

GUARDIANS OF THE PETERSFIELD UNION

Release of, of appointment - 167

See PAYMENT INTO COURT. 2.

See HUSBAND AND WIFE, 9.

- Service-Petition - - 184, 186

3. — Settlement-Residence as wife and - Right to exercise discretionary - 120

See PRACTICE-PROCEDURE. 29.

widow-Divided l'arishes Act, 1876 (39 & 40

See TRUSTEE. 10.

PENSION—Powers of majorities - 190 Vict. c. 60), s. 34. GUARDIANS OF MEDWAY

See COMPANY. 14.

PRACTICE:-

UNION v. GUARDIANS OF BEDMINSTER UNION

PER STIRPES OR PER CAPITA-Construc-

[C. A. 163

I. APPEAL.

tion of will - - - 11 4. - Settlement-Wife deserted by hus-

II. Costs.

See DISTRIBUTIONS, STATUTE OF. band having no legal settlement–Divided III. DIVORCE.

PERPETUITY_Charitable legacy - 36 Parishes Act, 1876 (39 & 40 Vict. c. 61), s. 35. IV. EviDENCE.

See CHARITY. 6.

GUARDIANS OF DORCHESTER UNION V. GUAR-

V. PLEADING.

- Construction of will. - 18, 178 DIANS OF POPLAR UNION - - C. A. 130

VI. PROCEDURE.

See WiLL. 24.

5. - Trade union - Benefit ociety -

1 VII. TRIAL.

PETITION-Amendment-Charge of deser- Pauper lunatic-Right of guardians to claim

- - 208 reimbursement-Poor Law Act, 1876 (39 & 40 | I. PRACTICE-APPEAL-Chambers, appeal

See DIVORCE. 6.

Vict. c. 61), s. 23–Trade Union Act, 1871 from— Appeal from order made during vaca-

- Application for adjournment - 73 (34 & 35 Vict. c. 31), s. 4. WINDER, APP.; tion—Time--Order LiI., r. 5; Order Liv., r. 24.

See COMPANY-WINDING-UP. 1. GUARDIANS OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, RESPS. STEEDMAN v. HAKIM - - C. A. 231

- Appointment of new trustees -

[Q. B. Div. 12 2. — Chambers, appeal from order in-

See TRUSTEE. 6.

--Election of overseers - - 201 Motion to discharge-Irregularity. ATTOR-

- For transfer-Costs - - -

See JUSTICES. 1.

NEY-GENERAL v. LLEWELLYN - Kay, J., 88

See LANDS CLAUSES Act. 3.

POOR RATE-Deficiency in poor-rate in re- | 3. — “Criminal cause or matter"_Juris-

spect of lands taken by a railway-Borough | diction - Extradition proceedings — Writ of

- Joint, by persons not joint traders 113

rate_County rate-Lands Clauses Consolida- | Habeas Corpus-Judicature Act, 1873 (36 & 37

See BANKRUPTCY. 27.

tion Act, 1845, s. 133. FARMER AND OTHERS, Vict. c. 60), s. 47. In re ALICE WOODHALL

- Reduction of capital.

OVERSEERS OF SALFORD v. LONDON AND NORTH-

See COMPANY. 18—25.

WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY Q. B. Div. 84

4. —

- 16

-- Reference to sections of Acts

Further evidence - Interlocutory

2. - Procedure - Distress warrant. order-Writ of sequestration-Order LVIII.,
See TRUSTEE. 11.

OVERSEERS OF MANCHESTER v. HEADLAM AND r. 4. SPENCER v. ANCOATS VALE RUBBER

- Revocation of patent.

LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY COM COMPANY - - - - C. A. 86

See PATENT. 8-10.

PANY - - - - Q. B. Div. 141

II. PRACTICE – COSTS — Administration -

-- Stop order-Practice - - 155

- Rateability of premises occupied as Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order Lxv.,

See PAYMENT OUT OF COURT. 3.

a certified reformatory school. TUNNICLIFFE r. 11. In re ORMSTON. GOLDRING ~. LAN-

- Summons or—Costs - 42, 73 AND OTHERS, APPS; OVERSEERS OF BIRKDALE, CASTER - - - - C. A. 152

See PRACTICE-Costs. 12, 13. RESPS. -

- - - C. A. 31 2. — Costs as between solicitor and client

-- Winding-up--Costs - - 213 4. — Rateable value. NORTH AND SOUTH –Jurisdiction - Action against trustees of

See COMPANY-WINDING-UP, 7. WESTERN JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY, APPs.; charity fund. ANDREWS v. BARNES C. A. 146

PHOTOGRAPH–Injunction - - 254 ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE OF BRENTFORD UNION

3. — Costs of defendant's witnesses in-

See COPYRIGHT. 3.

AND OVERSEERS OF THE POOR FOR THE PARISH curred before notice of trial-Discontinuance

PLEADING.

OF ACTON, REsPS. - - - H. L., 192 of action-Order LXV., r. 27, sub-r. 9. WIND-
See PRACTICE-PLEADING.

- Distress-Priority - - - 188 NAM v. BAINTON - - Q. B. Div. 141
- Mandamus-Replication - - 2

See COMPANY-WINDING-UP. 14. 4. - Costs of motion for injunction

See Inn. 6.

PORTIONS—Construction of will - 72, 189 ordered to stand over till the trial. GOSNELL

PLEDGE-Agent. NAHMASCHINEN FABRIK

See WILL. 25, 26.

v. BISHOP Kekewich, J., 50, (correction) 52

GESELLSCHAFT v. PICKFORD & Co.

- Satisfaction - - - - 70 5. - Counter-claim - Counter - claim

[Kekewich, J., 140

See WILL. 34.

against third person—Trinl by judge without

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II. PRACTICE-COSTS—continued.

V. PRACTICE-PLEADING-continued. VI. PRACTICE-PROCEDURE-continued. jurs-Discretion of judge-County Courts 6. — Pleading matter since writ-Rules 11. — Discovery - Affidavit of docuAct, 1867, s. 5-Judicature Act, 1873, s. 24, / of Supreme Court, 1883, Order xxiv., r. 3— ments-Privilege-Shorthand writer's notes. sub-8 13-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, | Confession of defences-Judgment for costs. | In re WORSWICK. Robson v. WORSWICK Order xxi., rr. 11-14; Order Lxv., r. 1. LEWIN BRIDGETOWN WATERWORKS COMPANY •, BAR

(North, J., 90 t. TRIMMING. TRIMIŅG v. LEWIN & CHAD BADOS WATER SUPPLY COMPANY North, J., 96 12. - Discovery - Further interrogaWICK & Sons, by counter-claim Q. B. Div. 160 7. Recovery of land, claim for, joined tories-A general roving interrogatory as to 6. — Fees — Percentage — Order as to

without leave-Administration action--Time documents disallowed. EDISON AND SWAN Supreme Court Fees, 1884–Schedule, fee 72

for taking objection-Rules of Supreme Court, UNITED ELECTRIC Light COMPANY v. HOLLAND -Periodical accounts-Fee quantum meruit.

1883, Order Lxx., r. 2. In re DERBON. DERBON AND JABLOCHKOFF GENERAL ELECTRICITY In re CRAWSHAY. DENNIS v. CRAWSHAY

v. COLLIS - - Kekewich, J., 104 COMPANY - - - - C. A. 31 [North, J., 167 8. — Striking out-Embarrassing matter

13. - Discovery-Patents, Designs, and 7.- Joint defendants - Severance of

--Separate causes of action-Statement of Trade Marks Act, 1883 (46 & 47 Vicit c. 57). defence-Verdict for plaintiff-Costs of issues claim-Seeking relief not asked by writ-Dis- 18. 32_Action to restrain

s. 32–Action to restrain tbrcats-Particulars oa pleas of one defendant allowed against him

continuance-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, of defendunt's patents. UNION ELECTRICAL only. STOMM v. Dixon & KNIGHT

Order XVIII., r. 1.; Order XIX., r. 27 ; Order | POWER AND Light COMPANY V. ELECTRICAL [Q. B. Div. 218 XXVI., r. 1- Patent action. UNITED TELE

POWER STORAGE COMPANY - - C. A. 88 8. — Judgment on admissions in plead

PHONE COMPANY v. TASKER - Kay, J., 222

9. — ings- Motion or summons in Chambers-Costs

15. Third party notice — Rules of

Discovery - Privilege — Solicitor

and client-Materials obtained by party to -Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order xxxII., Supreme Court, 1883, Order xvi., rr. 48, 52.

action otherwise than at the instance of his r. 6; Order xi., r. 1. LONDON STEAM DYEING BARTON v. LONDON AND NORTH - WESTERN

solicitor—Privilege as regards party conductCOMPANY v. DIGBY - - North, J., 35 RAILWAY COMPANY - - - C. A. 72

ing cause in person. Kyshe v. Holt, CHILDS, 9. — Motion standing over until trialVI. PRACTICE, PROCEDURE-Affidavits

AND BROTHERTON - - Q. B. Div. 128 Practice of the Court - Chitty, J., 205

Adjournment from Chambers into Court-
Affidavits tiled after hearing by chief clerk-

16. - Discovery - Production of docu10. — Refresher fees to counsel- Appeal

Time for filing affidavits fixed by chief clerk. ments-Privilege-Affairs of state. HENfrom Chancery Division-Taxation of costs

In re CHIFFERIEL. CHIFFERIEL v. WATSON NESSEY v. WRIGHT - - Q. B. Div. 142 Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order Lxv.,

[North, J., 155 17. - Execution - Appointment of re1. 27, sub-rr. 30, 37, 38, 48. EASTON r. LONDON JOINT STOCK BANK

2. — Attachment – Application for, ceiver-Equitable execution -Judicature Act, - - - C. A. 8

should be brought on in open Court by motion. / 1873, s. 25, sub.s. 8. MANCHESTER AND 11. — Taxation where plaintiff' succeeds

-Order XLIV., r. 2. In re Davis. DAVIS v. | LIVERPOOL DISTRICT BANKING COMPANY v. on claim and defendant on counter-claim -

GALMOYE - - - - C. A. 193 | PARKINSON - - - - C. A. 243 Taxation -General costs of action- Claim

3. — Attachments — Service-Rules of and counter-claim

| 18. — Hearing counsel-Case depend– Entry of judgment Order xxi., s. 17. SHRAPNEL v. LAING AND

Supreme Court, 1883, Order xliv., r. 2. In re / ing entirely on the facts-Questions of law.

LUXMŰRE. GORDON v. WOODS North, J., 63 | KAY v. CAMMELL - Kekewich, J., 250 OTHERS - - - - C. A. 7 12. —- Transfer of fund in Court-Petition

4. Chambers, order in — Motion to | 19. - Injunction on motion by plaintiff, or summons — Sumnions issued in error —

discharge-Evidence-Affidavits filed since lex parte. granted, and undertaking as to Petition subsequently presented — Costs of order-- Leave to use — Review - Judicature

damages given-Motion on the hearing, after summons - Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, |

Act, 1873, s. 50. In re ROUSE. Rouse v. adjournments, dismissed-Motion by defenOrder Lv., r. 2. In re JELLARD's Trusts TRIBLE - - - - Kay, J., 231

dant for inquiry as to damages, allowed. Ross (North, J., 42

5. — Change of parties–Baukruptcy v. BUXTON - - - Stirling, J., 55

Discovery–Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, 13. — Transfer out of Court-Petition

20. Interrogatories — Action for libel or summons-Costs-Rules of Supreme Court, Order xvII., r. 4. GOSLINGS v. TRITTON

against publisher of newspaper—Publication 1883, Order Lv., r. 2 (1). Bates v. MOORE

[North, J., 213

| admitted by defendant-Disclosure of name of [North, J., 73

6. Charging order — Jurisdiction - I writer of alleged libel—Disclosure of original III. PRACTICE-DIVORCE.

| Cash standing to credit of judgment debtor in manuscript. HENNESSEY r. WRIGUT
administration action in Chalicery Division-

[C. A. 163 See Cases under DIVORCE.

1 & 2 Vict. c. 110, ss. 12, 14–3 & 4 Vict. IV. PRACTICE EVIDENCE-Cross-examina-c. 82, s. 1-Judicature Act, 1873, s. 24, sub- |

21. — Originating summons — Actiontion before examiner-Transmission of deposi- | s. 7-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order of Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order lv.,

| costs—Settlement--New trustees, appointment tions-Rules of Su; reme Court, 1883, Order XLVI., rr. 1, 3–Supreme Court Funds Rules, IXXVII, r. 16. MAPLE 0. STEVENSON

r. 3 (g). ELWORTHY v. HARVEY 1886, r. 99. BRERETOY v. EDWARDS

[Kekewich, J., 239 [North, J., 62 [Q. B. Div. 168, (Affirmed on Appeal) C. A. 189 V. PRACTICE-PLEADING-Adding parties 7. — Chief clerk's certificate finding a

22. - Originating summons - Jurisdic--Trustee and cestui que trust -- Rules of sum due for occupation rent-Motion to vary

tion-Question between legal devisees-Rules Sopreme Court, 1883, Order xvi., rr. 2, 11. certificate-Motion, before the expiration of

| of Supreme Court, 1883, Orier Lv., rr. 3, 5, 6. BESLEY 0. BESLEY - - Chitty, J., 10 eight days from date of filing, for leave to

In re Davies. Davies v. Davies

[North, J., 34 2. — Default in plending-Counter-claim distrain for the rent or for security to be given, - New parties-Moving for judgment-Orders ordered to stand over-Rules of Supreme Court,

23. - Originating summons — JurisdicJIL, r. 12; xxxII., r. 6; LXVII., r. 4. VERNEY 1883, Order Lv., r. 70. CRAVEN V. INGHAM

tion-Question on construction of a deed 7. THOMAS - - Kekewich, J., 20

[Stirling, J., 83 Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order Lv., r. 3. 3. — Default in pleading to counter-claim 8. Declaration of future rights-Dis

In re GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE v. BLUMENTHAL

(North, J., 185 - Motion for judgment on counter-claim - cretion-Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Order Order XXVII., 1. 11. Higgins v. SCOTT

XXV., r. 5. In re BERENS. BERENS v. BERENS 24. - Originating summons or writ[Q. B. Div. 84

[Chitty, J., 95 | Release — Setting aside — Rules of Supreme 4. — Default of defence — Action for 9. - Default of appearance-Rules of

Court, 1883, Order Lv., r. 3. In re ELLIS. Supreme Court, 1883, Order 1x, r. 15; Order

KELSON v. ELLIS specific performance-Rules of Supreme Court,

- - Kay, J., 217 1883, Order XXVII., 1. 11. Smith v. BUCHAN' LXX., r. 1-Service of writ, indorsement of 25. - Prohibition Proceedings on Crown

Kay, J., 119 | Day of the week omitted-Objection by Regis- | side of Queen's Bench Division-Proceeding 5. - Particulars-Instigation to improper

trar. Foat v. BASSET - Stirling, J., 255 as pauper - Rules of Supreme Court, 1883, Act-Improper motives — Adjournment into

10. - Discovery — Action by share Order xvi., r. 22; Order LXVIII., r. 1. MULCourt-Costs-Rules of the Supreme Court. | holders — Confidential communications - LEN EISEN v. COULSON AND ANOTHER (No. 2)

[Q. B. Div. 124 1883, Order XIX, rr. 6, 7. BRITON MEDICAL, | Privilege. GOURARD V. EDISON GOWER BELL, EC, LIFE ASSOCIATION r. BRITANNIA FIRE &c., COMPANY - Chitty, J., 82, (Affirmed on 26. - Service of writ- Defendant com- Kay, J., 245

[Appeal) C. A. 94 | pany having registered office at Glasgow-

ASSOCIATION

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