Canadian Railway and Transport Cases, Volume 22

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Canada Law Book, 1918 - Railroad law
 

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Page 56 - The Governor-in-Council shall have power to do and authorize such acts and things, and to make from time to time such orders and regulations, as he may by reason of the existence of real or apprehended war, invasion or insurrection deem necessary or advisable for the security, defence, peace, order and welfare of Canada; and for greater certainty, but
Page 256 - at p. 362:— It is quite clear that the contract between employer and employed involves on the part of the former the duty of taking reasonable care to provide proper appliances, and to maintain them in proper condition, and so to carry on his operations as not to subject those employed by him to unnecessary risk.
Page 426 - The said company may construct, erect and maintain its line or lines of telephone along the sides of and across or under any public highways, streets, bridges, water-courses or other such places, or across or under any navigable waters, either wholly in Canada or dividing Canada from any other country, provided the said company shall not interfere
Page 160 - as follows:— And then the office of all the Judges is always to make such construction as shall suppress the mischief and advance the remedy, and to suppress subtle inventions and evasions for the continuance of the mischief and pro privato commodo, and to add force and life to the cure and remedy according to the true intent of the makers of the Act pro bono publico.
Page 160 - advance the remedy, and to suppress subtle inventions and evasions for the continuance of the mischief and pro privato commodo, and to add force and life to the cure and remedy according to the true intent of the makers of the Act pro bono publico.
Page 256 - which the employed undertakes, amongst them is certainly not to be numbered the risk of the employer's negligence, and the creation or enhancement of danger thereby engendered. We find this judgment approved of in the case of Williams v. Birmingham Battery and Metal Co., [1899] 2 QB 338, at p.
Page 205 - 1906, ch. 37, includes passengers: sec. 2(31). By sec. 284:— " The company shall, according to its powers,— . . . (c) without delay, and with due care and diligence, receive, carry and deliver all such traffic; and, (d) furnish and use all proper appliances, accommodation and means necessary for receiving, loading, carrying, unloading and delivering such traffic.
Page 292 - upon any contract or sale of lands, tenements or hereditaments, or any interest in or concerning them. That
Page 424 - The Board may direct in any order that such order or any portion or provision thereof, shall come into force, at a future time, or upon the happening of any contingency, event or condition in such order specified, or upon the performance to the satisfaction of the Board, or person named by it. of any terms which the
Page 160 - commodo, and to add force and life to the cure and remedy according to the true intent of the makers of the Act pro bono publico.

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