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Dec 31 1969 (FN)

Ely's Administrator Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-31-1969

..... were intended to be granted, and the title to which should be established. it must be remembered in this connection that, by section 7 of the act creating the court of private land claims, it is provided "that all proceedings subsequent to the filing of said petition shall be ..... , the commissary general executed title papers, thereby ratifying the sale made by the intendant four years before. we have heretofore quoted articles 1 and 2 of the act of september 21, 1824, creating such office. we now quote articles 3, 4 and 5: "art. 3. these commissaries shall be, ..... concerns the federation, the officers of general and local depositories, and all revenue employees that have been retained by the federation, are discontinued." "art. 2. from the intendants and other discontinued officers the government shall appoint, in each state where it appears necessary, a commissary general for the different branches of ..... the disposition of such lands by the "provincial deputation," as it was called. turning to the constitution, we find the following provisions in chapter 2, article 324: "the political government of the provinces shall reside in the superior chief appointed by the king in each one of them." page ..... were reestablished. indeed, on december 28, 1814, the king issued a royal cedula or edict, the ninth article of which is as follows (2 white's new recopilacion, p. 168): "the governor intendants shall resume all the powers appertaining to them before the promulgation of the constitution, so .....

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Nov 12 1969 (FN)

Debacker Vs. Brainard

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-12-1969

..... 62 a.198, 200 (1905). this new agency -- which stood in the shoes of the parent or guardian -- was to draw on all the medical, psychological, and psychiatric knowledge of the day and transform the delinquent. these experts motivated by love were to transform troubled children into normal ones, saving ..... "delinquent child shall mean any child under the age of eighteen years who has violated any law of the state or any city or village ordinance." [ footnote 2/2 ] the state charged that appellant "unlawfully, feloniously and knowingly [had] in his possession and custody a certain false, forged and counterfeited bank check . . . ..... u. s. 1 (1967), held that juveniles charged with being "delinquents" as a page 396 u. s. 34 result of committing a criminal act were entitled to certain constitutional safeguards -- namely, notice of the issues involved, benefit of counsel, protection against compulsory self-incrimination, and confrontation of the ..... reasonable doubt. in explaining why he did not seek a direct appeal from the juvenile court's determination that appellant had committed the act upon which rested the delinquent child finding, appellant's counsel stated at oral argument before this court: "[i]t has been pointed ..... charged with having a forged check in his possession with the intent to utter it as genuine, an act which, for an adult, would be forgery under neb.rev.stat. 2601(2). [ footnote 2 ] appellant was 17 when committed, and it appears that, under nebraska law, he could be kept .....

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Apr 02 1969 (SC)

Bennett Coleman and Co. (P) Ltd. Vs. Punya Priya Das Gupta

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-02-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC426; [1969(19)FLR32]; 1970LabIC512; (1969)IILLJ554SC; (1969)2SCC1; [1970]1SCR181

..... the wages. the labour court also held that the car allowance and the free telephone and newspapers were an allowance and an amenity respectively falling under the definition of section 2(rr) of the industrial disputes act, 1947, both forming the component parts of monthly wages payable to the respondent. as regards the leave, the respondent was undoubtedly entitled to 30 days leave ..... conflict as contended, we do not have to resolve that conflict for the purposes of the problem before us. the definition section 2 of the present act commences with the words 'in this act unless the context otherwise requires' and provides that the definitions of the various expressions will be those that are given there. similar qualifying expressions are also to be found in ..... incur for discharging his duties as the special correspondent, or that it was anything else than an allowance within the meaning of section 2(rr) of that act. it would, therefore, fall under the inclusive part (i) of the definition. likewise, the benefit of the telephone and newspapers was allowed to the respondent not merely for the use thereof in connection with ..... done in such employment, and includes (i) such allowances (including dearness allowance) as the workman is for the time being entitled to; (ii) the value of any house accommodation, or of supply of light, water, medical attendance or other amenity or of any service or of any concessional supply of food-grains or other articles; (iii) any travelling concession; but .....

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Aug 18 1969 (SC)

The Municipal Council, Raipur and anr. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-18-1969

Reported in : 1970(0)BLJR828; 1970CriLJ1656; (1970)IILLJ40SC; 1970MPLJ191(SC); (1969)2SCC582; [1970]1SCR915

..... it seems to us that the high court was right in holding that the municipal council is a motor transport undertaking as defined in the act. it is necessary to set out the relevant definition in section 2 of the act.2(g) 'motor transport undertaking' means a motor transport undertaking engaged in carrying passengers or goods or both by road for hire or reward, ..... and not discharged and, therefore, only an appeal under section 417. cr.p.c., lay; (2) that the municipal council does not fall within the definition of the expression 'motor transport undertaking' in section 2(g); and (3) that the transport vehicles owned by the municipal council are exempt under section 38(1) of the act.3. the high court overruled the preliminary objection and held ..... that a revision lay under section 439, cr.p.c., because the order passed by the ..... and includes a private carrier;(n) all other words and expressions used but not defined in this act and defined in the motor vehicles act, 1939, shall have the .....

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Apr 30 1969 (SC)

Harakchand Ratanchand Banthia and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and or ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-30-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC1453; (1969)2SCC166; [1970]1SCR479

..... , exceed the limits specified in section 32.:19. section 32 of the act authorises a licensed dealer to keep any quantity of standard gold bars and provides a limit upon his holding of primary gold depending on the number of artisans he employs. the definition of the term 'standard gold bar' under section 2(u) does not contemplate the ..... defines an 'article' to mean anything (other than ornament), in a finished form made of, manufactured from or containing, gold, and including (i) any gold coin, (ii) broken pieces of an article, but not including primary gold. clause ..... the impugned act begins with the following preamble, namely, 'an act to provide in the economic and financial interests of the community, for the control of the production, manufacture, supply, distribution, use and possession of, and business in, gold, ornaments and articles of gold and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.' section 2 contains a number of definitions. section 2(b) ..... manufacture of gold ornaments but industrial undertakings as contemplated by section 2(d) of that act. it was contended by mr. daphtary that the expression 'scheduled industry' in section 2(a) of the act was synonymous with an industrial undertaking under section 2(d) and a declaration under section 2 of the act would therefore apply to industries carried on in the factories .....

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Sep 08 1969 (SC)

Executive Committee, U.P. Warehousing Corporation Vs. Chandra Kiran Ty ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-08-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC1244; [1970(20)FLR17]; (1970)ILLJ32SC; (1969)2SCC838; [1970]2SCR250

..... matters for which provision is necessary or expedient for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of the act. apart from this general power, sub-section (2) enumerates the various matters in respect of which regulations can be framed. under section 54 the appellant corporation had framed regulations. those regulations are the uttar pradesh state warehousing corporation regulations, 1961 ( ..... or expedient for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of the act. apart from the generality of this power, sub-section (2) specifies the various matters regarding which regulations may be framed. section 54 gives power to the warehousing corporations to make regulations not inconsistent with the act and the rules made thereunder, and those regulations may provide for all ..... contended on behalf of the plaintiff that when passing the order terminating his services the procedure indicated in clause 16 of the terms and conditions of service of hospital medical staff has been violated by the original hospital board and therefore the order of termination never became effective and the plaintiff continued to be still in service as ..... in barber v. manchester hospital board [1958] 1 all e.r.322 in that case a regional hospital board passed an order terminating the plaintiffs employment as a medical consultant in the hospital. the plaintiff brought an action against the board claiming declaration that his employment had never been validly determined and he also claimed damages for breach .....

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Aug 28 1969 (SC)

Baijnath Kadio Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-28-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC1436; 1971(0)BLJR798; (1969)3SCC838; [1970]2SCR100

..... excluded mineral oils because the act of 1948 exclusively dealt with oil. 'minor minerals' were ..... if the impugned legislation falls within the ambit of such scope it will be valid; if outside it, then it must be declared invalid.15. the declaration is contained in section 2 of act 67 of 1957 and speaks of the taking and the control of the central government the regulation of mines and development of minerals to the extent provided in the ..... . the act 67 of 1957 came into force on 1st june, 1958 and extended to the whole of india. it contained the following declaration in section 2 :it is hereby declared that it is expedient in the public interest that the union should take under the control the regulation of mines and the development of minerals to the extent hereinafter provided.by definition minerals ..... the government of india act, 1935. that declaration reads as follows:2. it is hereby declared that it is expedient in the public interest that the central government should take under its control the regulation of mines and oilfields and the development of minerals to the extent herein after provided.section 3 of the act of 1948 contained definitions. there were definitions of 'mine' and ' .....

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Apr 01 1969 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) Vs. Jagjit Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-01-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC122; (1969)2SCC108; [1970]1SCR163

..... divided into general police districts, viz., the provincial police district and railway police district and all ranks of police employed in the province were appointed or enrolled under section 2 of the act. rule 1.2 shows that the responsibility for the command of the police force, its recruitment, discipline, internal economy and administration throughout the general police districts vested in the inspector-general ..... government shall, for the purposes of this act, be deemed to be one police-force, and shall be formally enrolled; and shall consist of such number of officers and men ..... of a district superintendent of police under this act in any district; and (d) 'magistrate of the district' shall mean the chief officer charged with the executive administration of a district and exercising the powers of a magistrate, by whatever designation the chief officer charged with such executive administration is styled. under section 2 of the act the entire police establishment under a state .....

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May 19 1969 (FN)

Leary Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-19-1969

..... fact. see morrison v. california, 291 u. s. 82 (1934); cf. rossi v. united states, 289 u. s. 89 (1933); yee hem v. united states, supra. [ footnote 57 ] section 2(f) of the federal firearms act, 52 stat. 1251, 15 u.s.c. 902(f). [ footnote 58 ] mobile, j. & k. c. r. co. v. turnipseed, 219 u. s. 35 (1910). [ footnote 59 ] see ..... ] ibid. [ footnote 9 ] the transferor is secondarily liable for the tax. see 26 u.s.c. 4741(b). [ footnote 10 ] the exceptions include transfers by or under prescription of a medical practitioner; legal exportation to foreign countries; transfers to government officials, and transfers of marihuana seeds to persons registered under 4753. [ footnote 11 ] 26 u.s.c. 6107, which requires that ..... in the legislative history of 176a is of aid in determining the intended scope of the word "knowing" as it is used in that section. in making that determination, we have employed as a general guide the definition of "knowledge" which appears in the proposed official draft of the model penal code, at 27 (1962). the code provides: "when knowledge of the ..... basic fact and the presumed fact. see mobile, j. & k. c. r. co. v. turnipseed, 219 u. s. 35 (1910); mcfarland v. american sugar rfg. co., 241 u. s. 79 (1916); western & atl. r. co. v. henderson, 279 u. s. 639 (1929); cf. yee hem v. united states, 268 u. s. 178 (1925). a second was whether the legislature might have .....

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Dec 31 1969 (FN)

Johnson Vs. Drew

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-31-1969

..... 68 degrees 45 minutes east, 2,976 feet; thence north, 4 degrees 28 minutes west, 2,342 feet; thence north, 38 degrees east, 1,052 feet; thence south, 52 degrees east, 459.2 feet; thence south, 38 degrees west, 1,052 feet; thence south, 4 degrees 28 minutes east, 1,931 feet; thence south, 5 degrees 29 minutes east, 2,007.2 feet, ..... lands of the united states, and subject to disposal in accordance with the general land laws. it was unappropriated land within the meaning of the act of 1872. it being so a part of the public domain, subject to administration by the land department and to disposal in the ordinary way, ..... that the patent was predicated upon an entry at the local land office of the united states at gainesville, florida. on august 18, 1856, congress passed an act, c. 129, 11 stat. 81, 87, containing this provision: "that all public lands heretofore reserved for military purposes in the state of florida, which ..... was thereafter, and in june, 1894, affirmed by the supreme court of the state, whereupon the defendant sued out this writ of error. the valentine scrip act was passed april 5, 1872, c. 89, page 171 u. s. 95 17 stat. 649, and authorized the location of such scrip on "the ..... 19, and section 24 of township 29, range 18, which, as the record recites, "shows the contiguity of the land in question to that portion of the fort brooke military reservation last relinquished by the secretary of war to the secretary of the interior." the diagram is not very definite, and it is .....

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