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Apr 11 1930 (PC)

Co-operative Company, Ltd. Vs. Bhagwan Das and Co.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-11-1930

Reported in : AIR1930All615

..... as his agent for selling the same. the company could have refused to take up this business and could well have asked the plaintiff to sell the shares without the mediation of the co-operative company ltd., or its managing director. the company, however, agreed to act for the plaintiff and to negotiate and complete the sale. the plaintiff alleges that .....

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May 26 1930 (FN)

Texas and New Orleans R. Co. Vs. Brotherhood of Ry. Clerks

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-26-1930

..... interruption to such a degree as to deprive any section of the country of essential transportation service. section 10. in case the board of mediation, established by the act as an independent agency in the executive branch of the government, finds that such an interruption of interstate commerce is threatened ..... of july 15, 1913 (c. 6, 38 stat. page 281 u. s. 564 103, 45 u.s.c.a 101-125) which provided for mediation, conciliation, and arbitration in controversies with railway employees, were repealed. while adhering in the new statute to the policy of providing for the amicable adjustment of ..... of the railroad company did not belong to the national organization (the brotherhood), and that "it is our intention, when handling the matter in mediation proceedings, to raise the question of the right of this organization to represent these employees, and, if arbitration is proposed, we shall decline to ..... the activities of which complaint was made in this suit. in this letter, mr. lull referred to the pendency before the united states board of mediation of the demand of the brotherhood for an increase of wages for the clerical employees, and it was stated that, if the matter went to ..... after the denial of that application by the railroad company and the reference of the controversy by the brotherhood to the united states board of mediation; that, while the controversy was pending before that board, the railroad company instigated the formation of a union of its railway clerks (other than .....

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Jan 24 1930 (PC)

Roopji and Sons Vs. Dyer Meaken and Co., Ltd.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-24-1930

Reported in : AIR1930All545

..... instructions of the plaintiffs, also wrote to the controller. it is therefore clear that the owner and the purchaser were not brought together by any fortuitous circumstances but through the mediation of the plaintiffs. the plaintiffs were therefore causa causans of the ultimate sale.25. mr. benyen continues:in the letter ex. d, i cannot say how the controller came to .....

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May 26 1930 (FN)

Campbell Vs. Galeno Chemical Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-26-1930

..... based on the fact that pure alcohol is not immediately fit for use as a beverage. second, there is no evidence whatever in the record that the plaintiffs' preparations can mediately be fitted for that purpose by the simple process of adding water, or by any other process. [ footnote 6 ] it is unnecessary for us to consider in these cases whether ..... .2d 279, which expressly refused to follow the higgins case. [ footnote 5 ] the argument is that pure alcohol is not immediately fit for beverage use, but that it may be mediately fitted for that purpose by adding water. alcohol is unquestionably liquor. it is therefore urged that the same is true of any liquid which, like alcohol, is immediately or ..... mediately fit for use as a beverage and otherwise answers the definition of "liquor." aside from the argument developed in the text, there are two short answers to this contention. first, .....

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Jan 06 1930 (FN)

Johnson Vs. Fleet Corporation

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-06-1930

..... stated, it is clear that each of the causes of action arose out of the possession or operation of a merchant vessel by or for the united states. directly or mediately, the money required to pay a judgment page 280 u. s. 327 against any of the defendant in these cases would come out of the united states. it is the .....

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May 19 1930 (FN)

Tyler Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-19-1930

..... page 281 u. s. 505 the purpose of measuring the tax, the value of property, no part of which originally belonged to one spouse, but which came to the tenancy, mediately or immediately, as a pure gift from the other, and which, as a consequence of the latter's death, was relieved from restrictions imposed by the law in respect of .....

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Aug 21 1930 (PC)

P.L.N.K.M. Nagappa Chettiar Vs. the Official Assignee of Madras, as th ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-21-1930

Reported in : AIR1931Mad251; (1931)60MLJ355

..... is absolutely necessary to make out that the former came into the latter or into something of which the latter can be said to be a substitution, either immediate or mediate. .. this principle is recognised in all the cases relating to the question of following trust moneys. (set: pennell v. deffell (1850) 43 e.r. 551, frith v. cartland (1865) 71 .....

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May 27 1930 (PC)

Fazal Rab Vs. Manzoor Ahmad

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-27-1930

Reported in : AIR1931All76

niamatullah, j.1. this is a plaintiff's appeal from the decree passed by the additional subordinate judge of allahabad upholding that of a munsif of that district in a suit for declaration or, in the alternative, for possession, brought by the appellant, which has been 'dismissed by both the lower courts. idi owned a 1-anna and 1-pie share in mahal idi, village ingua. his brother, rajab, owned a 6-pies share in the same mahal. by a deed dated 15th january 1866, idi mortgaged with possession a number of specified plots to one shamsuddin, agreeing to pay a certain rate of interest which could not be satisfied out of the usufruct of the mortgaged property. a balance of rs. 54-13-9 was therefore payable by the mortgagor every year out of his own pocket, which he agreed to pay with the principal at the time of redemption. subsequently, idi sold 7-pies out of his share to alopi and the remaining '6-pies to kanhai lal and jawahir lal.2. alopi sold the 7-pies share purchased by him to the plaintiff's father, madad ali, ilahi baksh, abdus shakur and raza. husain in equal shares, the share of the plaintiff's father being 1 3/4-pies. the vendees had no money of their own for payment of the consideration, rs. 800, and executed for that sum a bond in favour of alopi, the vendor, hypothecating the share purchased by them. madad ali died some time afterwards, and the plaintiff stepped in his shoes. later on, the plaintiff purchased from kanhar lal and jawahir lal the 6-pies share which the .....

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Feb 11 1930 (PC)

Pokhar Singh Vs. Mt. Dulari Kunwar

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-11-1930

Reported in : AIR1930All687

mukerji, j.1. this appeal and first appeal no. 301 of 1926 arise out of the same judgment and the two appeals may therefore be decided jointly.2. the facts are briefly these:(for pedigree table see p. 688)3. the pedigree given above will explain the relationship that exists between the parties to the suit. kuar dalip singh was a rich landed proprietor who died in 1893. he left him surviving his widow rani sundar kuar and four daughters, namely mt. dulari, mt. bodhi, mt. nannhi and mt. kalawati mt. sundar kuar died on 2nd september 1919; mt. nannhi died in 1900; mt. kalawati died in 1915 and mt. kalawati's son sheoraj singh died in 1925.4. on 1st may 1898 the mother and the four daughters, three of whom were already married (mt. bodhi had become a widow) the fourth daughter kalawati being yet unmarried, agreed in executing a document which has been described by the executants as a deed of partition. by this document the immovable property left by dalip singh was divided in five lots. we have been told that these were lots of equal value and this allegation has not been denied. one lot was taken by the mother and one lot by each of the three daughters excepting the widowed daughter mt. bodhi. the fifth lot which should have gone to mt. bodhi was taken by her sister jointly. as bodhi was a childless widow she did not like to take any share in the immovable property and she and her sisters agreed that the latter should give to the former, by way of maintenance, a sum of rs. 1,400 .....

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Jan 23 1930 (PC)

Ram Dass and anr. Vs. Secretary of State and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-23-1930

Reported in : AIR1930All587

boys, j.1. this case is of considerable importance both to government and owners or licensees of property in cantonment areas, as in many eases concerning rights in property in cantonment or civil station areas the documentary evidence as to the nature of the rights of the parties concerned is very scanty. within the limits of the present bazaar area of meerut cantonment, there is a plot of land which has been known since 1870 as 'ehata mandi.' along portions of its sides are a number of shops which together with some boundary walls make the area practically into an enclosure with open gate-ways. the plaintiffs are admittedly the owners of the shops and receive rents from their tenants. the cantonment authorities, in the two or three years immediately preceding the institution of this suit, had commenced letting out portions of the open space in the centre of the enclosure to various persons. the leases for these areas they auctioned and in view of the circumscribed nature of the spaces in dispute, it was to be expected, as proved to be the case, that the only persons willing to rent the land were apparently those who were already tenants of the shops. it is difficult indeed to see, in view of the existence of the shops, how anybody else could have made use of any portion of the area otherwise than by merely passing to and fro without prejudice to the rights of the tenants of the shops.2. the plaintiffs apparently at first endeavoured to maintain their rights by negotiation .....

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