The Ontario Reports: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the Queen's Bench and Chancery Divisions of the High Court of Justice for Ontario, Volume 31

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Page 394 - 4. In addition, all the provisions of this Act relating to any subject or matter within the legislative authority of the Parliament of Canada, and for greater certainty but not so as to restrict the generality of the foregoing terms, all provisions relating to railway crossings and junctions, offences and penalties
Page 714 - When the winding up order is made, no suit, action or other proceeding shall be proceeded with or commenced against the company, except with the leave of the Court and subject to such terms as the Court imposes "; and by
Page 715 - When the business of a company is being wound up under this Act, all debts payable on a contingency, and all claims against the company, present or future, certain or contingent, ascertained or sounding only in damages, shall be admissible to proof against the
Page 269 - tavern, or other house or place of public entertainment, shop, warehouse or other place wherein refreshments or liquors are sold, or reputed to be sold, whether under license or not, and may make searches in every part thereof, and of the premises connected therewith, as he may think necessary for the purpose aforesaid.
Page 221 - enumerated shall not be deemed to come within the class of matters of a local or private nature comprised in the enumeration of the classes of subjects assigned
Page 738 - therein, with or without costs, to either party, including costs of the Court below, as seems meet to the Court, and in case of the dismissal of an appeal by the defendant and the affirmance of the condition or order shall order and adjudge the appellant to be punished according to the conviction, or to
Page 456 - was that unless the non-performance alleged in breach of the contract goes to the whole root and consideration of it, the part broken is not to be considered as a condition precedent, but as a distinct covenant for the breach of which the party injured may be compensated in damages. The
Page 195 - But discretion, when applied to a Court of justice, means sound discretion guided by law. It must be governed by rule, not by humour ; it must not be arbitrary, vague, and fanciful; but legal and regular.
Page 754 - the Ontario Legislature, being an enactment in relation to "the management and sale of the public lands belonging to the Province and of the timber and wood thereon,
Page 202 - the Ontario Legislature, being an enactment in relation to " the management and sale of the public lands belonging to the Province and of the timber and wood thereon,

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