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May 14 1928 (FN)

Great Northern Ry. Co. Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-14-1928

..... certificates for payment on account, if the carrier furnishes an adequately secured contract to repay to the united page 277 u. s. 179 states any amount received in excess of that which shall be finally determined as the sum to which the carrier is entitled under the guaranty. section 212, added by the act of february 26, 1921, c. 72, 41 stat. 1145, ..... applies only to orders dealing with subjects within the scope of the commission's duty to regulate commerce. p. 277 u. s. 181 . 2. this special remedy is inapplicable to a certificate issued by the commission to the secretary of the treasury under 209, transportation act, 1920, stating the commission's finding of the amount required of the united states to ..... commerce act and those which, while relating to railroads, were not. the amendments were grouped under title iv. the provisions here involved, which related solely to the termination of federal control, were grouped under title ii. those which provided for the railroad labor board under title iii. because issuing certificates is not a part of the commission's delegated power to regulate commerce ..... , and is not an incident of such regulation, the special .....

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May 28 1928 (FN)

Ribnik Vs. Mcbride

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-28-1928

..... district of columbia. the legislation, so far as it affected women, was held invalid as contravening the due process of law clause of the fifth amendment because it was an arbitrary interference with the right to contract in respect of terms of private employment. it was said (p. 261 u. s. 546 ) that, while there was no such thing as absolute freedom ..... 277 u. s. 358 case involved the validity of a michigan statute in respect of employment agencies. section 5 of the act attempted to limit the fees which should be charged. the state supreme court held that the business was one properly subject to police regulation and control, but did not rule concerning the validity of 5. this court held that it was ..... . 3438, 34 stat. 304, 307, enacted by congress for the district of columbia, requires ( 8) a refund of one-half the fee, if a fair opportunity for employment is not secured within four days, and provides that "the whole fee and any sums paid by the applicant for transportation in going to and returning from such employer shall be refunded within ..... to abuse and fraud." public employment offices, harrison and others (1924) p. 5. compare report of new jersey bureau of statistics of labor and industries, 1893, pp. 73-78. [ footnote 2 ] the numerous governmental reports on the undesirable practices of the agencies, other than those relating to fee charging and therefore not directly material here, are summarized in the opinion of .....

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Feb 20 1928 (FN)

Liberty Warehouse Co. Vs. Burley Growers' Cooperative

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-20-1928

..... of a legitimate business, from the true owner a wholesome staple commodity upon which there is no lien and which is not under any ban or regulation because of inherent qualities or use. liberty of contract is assured by both state and federal constitutions." on the other hand, in commonwealth v. hodges (1910), 137 ky. 233, the kentucky court of appeals sustained ..... abolish the common law within its jurisdiction. baltimore & ohio r. co. v. baugh, 149 u. s. 368 , 149 u. s. 378 . section two challenges 26 and 27 of the bingham act because they offend the fourteenth amendment "in that said sections and each of them abridges defendant's privileges and immunities as a citizen of the united states and deprives defendant of its corporate ..... legitimate means of protecting its members against oppression, of avoiding the waste incident to the dumping of produce upon the market with the consequent wide fluctuations in prices, and of securing to the producer a larger share of the price paid by the consumer for his products. associations of the character here exist in practically all of our states, and deal ..... show that its enforcement would deprive him, not another, of some right arising under the constitution or laws of the united states properly asserted below. p. 276 u. s. 88 . 2. the power lodged in state courts to conform their proceedings to reasonable requirements of local law was not abused in this case by an order striking a part of the .....

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Dec 10 1928 (FN)

Northern Coal and Dock Co. Vs. Strand

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-10-1928

..... contributory negligence (not willful), unless he has elected to pay compensation in the manner specified, and direct that no contract, rule, or regulation shall relieve him from this restriction; also that, where both employer and employee are subject to the provisions of the act, the liability for compensation therein provided shall be in lieu of all other. one who employers three or more ..... the promotion and maintenance of the american merchant marine, to repeal certain emergency legislation," etc. -- jones, or merchant marine, act -- approved june 5, 1920, 41 stat. page 278 u. s. 146 1007, amends 20, act of march 4, 1915 to read as follows: "sec. 20. that any seaman who shall suffer personal injury in the course of his employment may, at his election, maintain ..... vessel at dock is maritime in character, although it consumes but part of his time under his employment, the remainder being devoted to work ashore. p. 278 u. s. 144 . 2. a stevedore having been killed while at work on a vessel at dock unloading cargo for the consignee, the cause of action against the page 278 u. s. 143 employer ..... , as amended by the merchant marine act, incorporated the federal employers' liability act into the maritime law of the united states. see engel v. davenport, 271 u. s. 33 , 271 u. s. 35 . we think it necessarily follows from former decisions that, by the merchant marine act, a measure of general application, congress provided a method under which the widow of strand might secure damages .....

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Feb 03 1928 (PC)

Pydah Venkatachalapathi Vs. Guntur Cotton, Jute and Paper Mills Co. Lt ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-03-1928

Reported in : AIR1929Mad353

..... also with regard to the promissory notes which became merged in the mortgage was that under section 91 (a), companies act, which was introduced into the act by the amending act 11 of 1914 an obligation is laid on every director directly or indirectly concerned or interested in any contract or arrangement entered into on behalf of the company to disclose the nature of his interest ..... came forward to interfere in such management, she should have regarded it as essential to safeguard her own interest to stipulate for and obtain securities. i therefore agree with my learned brother that the decree passed against defendant 2 in the final decree with regard to this amount of interest was erroneous and should be deleted.44. as regards the actual mortgage ..... most important matter relates to a mortgage of rs. 1,23,354 over the mill property in favour of the wife of defendant 2. this was taken on 2nd january 1918 in continuation of, and by way of security for, various loans taken at various times by the company from her. the lower court has held on this matter that, though defendant ..... he voted and his vote was needed to carry the contract. on the other hand, that the body of directors knew that the proposed mortgagee was defendant 2's wife there-can be no room for doubt. they knew the mortgage was merely security for the previous loans and that the creditor was defendant 2's wife and, it is very difficult to believe .....

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Feb 03 1928 (PC)

Rao Bahadur Pydah Venkatachalapathi Vs. the Guntur Cotton, Jute and Pa ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-03-1928

Reported in : 115Ind.Cas.486

..... with regard to the promissory notes which became merged in the mortgage was that under section 91(a) of the indian companies act which was introduced into the act by the amending act xi of 1914 an obligation is laid on every director directly or indirectly concerned or interested in any contract or arrangement entered into on behalf of the company to disclose the nature of ..... of the situation. but when soon after it became clear that the position of defendants nos. 1 and 2 with regard to the company was not as secure as perhaps she had imagined, it was only natural for her to stipulate that some security should be given.45. the only question which was discussed at great length before as not only with regard ..... cannot possibly be said that the defendants in giving such security were acting improperly. the surprise would rather be that so much amount should have been lent by the lady previously without any security; but i have no doubt that was so, merely because of the confidence she had in defendants nos. 1 and 2 who, she believed, were at any rate at that ..... is not strange that the 2nd defendant's wife did not insist on any securities for her, even by way of promissory notes so long as it was clear that defendants nos. 1 and 2 were in entire or exclusive management of the company's concerns. and it is also not surprising that when it was found that all of a sudden .....

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Mar 12 1928 (PC)

The Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Bombay Trust Corporation Ltd.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-12-1928

Reported in : AIR1928Bom448; (1928)30BOMLR1172; 113Ind.Cas.593

..... corporation limited (whom i will call 'the bombay company') as agent of the hongkong trust corporation limited (whom i will call 'the hongkong company'). having regard to section 3 and the definition of 'previous year' in section 2(11) of the indian income-tax act 1922, the profits assessed are alleged profits for the years ending march 31, 1925, and march 31, 1926, respectively ..... trust corporation and the intermediary between the two corporations were the bankers e.d. sassoon & company. the hongkong corporation lent all its paid-up capital and cash deposits apparently without security to the bombay company. such a connection between the hongkong trust corporation and the bombay trust corporation would, i think, generally be regarded as a 'business connection' and therefore the ..... country in which their goods find customers.but that again was a case where at most the foreign merchant canvassed for orders through agents in the united kingdom, but all contracts for sale and all deliveries were made abroad. in saying this i appreciate the distinction pointed out in rogers pyatt shellac & co. v. secretary of state for india i.l ..... to 43 on that point, apart from the addition of the words 'or property' in section 42, and the alteration i have already referred to in section 43. but, on the other hand, sections 57 and 68 have been amended so as to necessitate the deduction of super-tax as well as income-tax; on dividends. that, however, is another point. up to now .....

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Oct 04 1928 (PC)

In Re: Bai Aisha

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-04-1928

Reported in : (1929)31BOMLR62

..... such warrant and may give directions accordingly. it will be seen that a european british subject is expressly excluded from the provisions of this section. by section 2 of the act a european british sabject is defined to mean a european british subject as defined by the code of criminal procedure for the time being in ..... has given effect to the warrant. if the finding is based upon an error of law, this court can revise it.9. by section 2(a) of the indian extradition act, 'european british subject' is said to mean a european british subject is defined by the code of criminal procedure for the time being ..... said so. the criminal procedure code was revised in 1908 and again in 1923, when numerous changes were made and the definition of european british subject amended, but no amendment was made as regards the status of married women, and in the absence of authority to the contrary i feel justified in assuming that it ..... for the order the magistrate states:-there is nothing before me to show what the law of south africa is or to show that the marriage contracted by the applicant is not valid. the facts as at present disclosed show that she is married to a baroda subject and thus she ceases ..... criminal procedure. this court has also, in my opinion, been given powers under section 561a of the code of criminal procedure in addition to what it possesses under its charter and letters patent to interfere in order to secure the ends of justice. this court would also have power on proper proceedings .....

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Nov 19 1928 (FN)

Jordan Vs. Tashiro

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-19-1928

..... 236, 256 p. 545. this court granted the petition of the secretary of state of california for certiorari may 14, 1928. 277 u.s. 580. section 2 of the alien land law of california, as amended by the act of the legislature approved june 20, 1923, stats.1923, p. 1020, provides that aliens of a class in which respondents are included may acquire, possess ..... for trade upon the same terms as native citizens or subjects, submitting themselves to the laws and regulations there established. . . ." the citizens or subjects of each of the high contracting parties shall receive, in the territories of the other, the most constant protection and security for their persons and property, and shall enjoy in this respect the same rights and privileges as ..... construction, but because it thought the conduct of a hospital by japanese citizens through the instrumentality of a corporation, organized under the laws of the state, was a privilege secured to the respondents by the treaty which the state statute did not purport to withhold. the privilege challenged by petitioners is one specially set up or claimed under a treaty ..... for trade upon the same terms as native citizens or subjects, submitting themselves to the laws and regulations there established." affirmed. * "treaty of commerce and navigation between the united states and japan. . . ." "article i. the citizens or subjects of each of the high contracting parties shall have liberty to enter, travel and reside in the territories of the other to carry .....

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May 14 1928 (FN)

King Manufacturing Co. Vs. Augusta

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-14-1928

..... a municipal ordinance alleged to be repugnant to the federal constitution was first invoked in weston v. city council of charleston, 2 pet. 449, 27 u. s. 463 -464. section 25 of the judiciary act of 1789, which was then in force without amendment, authorized a review by writ of error in any case "where is drawn in question the validity of a statute ..... of statutes and orders of commissions. on the other hand, the essential identity of statutes, ordinances, and orders, where the question concerns substantive rights, has always been recognized. since all regulations established by competent authority are laws, the comprehensive term "laws" has been used when it was desired to include all forms of legislative action. [ footnote 11 ] thus, as the enactments ..... , 96 u. s. 176 , is the first case in which the phrase "a statute of any state" in the jurisdictional provision was considered and construed. there, a debt arising on contract and owing by a citizen of virginia to citizens of pennsylvania had been sequestrated during the civil war under an enactment of the confederate states, and collected from the debtor ..... u. s. 362 , american sugar refining co. v. new orleans, 181 u. s. 277 , 181 u. s. 281 , all construing the circuit courts of appeals act, march 3, 1891, c. 517, 26 stat. 826; american security & trust co. v. district of columbia, 224 u. s. 491 , 224 u. s. 495 , construing 250 of the judicial code; inter-island steam navigation co., ltd .....

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