The Ontario Law Reports: Cases Determined in the Court of Appeal and in the High Court of Justice for Ontario, Volume 58

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Canada Law Book Company, 1926 - Law reports, digests, etc
"Cases determined in the Supreme Court of Ontario (Appellate and High Court Divisions)" (varies)
 

Contents

Blantern In
26
O L R 144
28
Bagot In
29
Tootal
34
Scottish Union and National
41
Calgary Brewing and Malting Co Re 25 D L R 859
48
Board of Education v Rice
49
Kingston City of v Kingston
56
Accountant of the Supreme Court
57
O W N 127
58
O L R 225
68
Witt
75
Goldhar
79
Admiralty Commissioners v S S
91
Q B D 723
92
Can S C R
94
National Phonograph Co Ltd v Edi
97
1905 A C
98
Chapman
100
John Blackwood
101
Daniel
108
1925 S C R 685
113
Bagshaw and OConnor
116
Harris Maxwell Larder Lake
117
O L R 601
119
Diamond Fuel Co In
123
The Queen
125
Henderson
126
O W N 18 3 C B R 268
131
Ala 663 20 So Repr 978
132
Donald Co v Hewitt
137
A R 543
141
Sanderson Pearcy Co Ltd v Fos
142
Wabi Iron Works Ltd v Patricia
143
Mulholland
145
Nipissing Planing Mills Ltd In re 18 O L R 80 487 488 493 505
147
O L R 289 33 O L R 51
149
Scottish Amicable Heritable Securities
152
100
153
Swanst 191
156
Agricultural Savings and Loan Co v
157
Porter
160
272
163
1892 A C
166
M
169
Belcher In re Cornwall 3 Dr War
173
A R 639
174
Ontario Jockey Club Ltd 58 O L R 97
180
Nottingham Patent Brick and Tile
190
App Cas 136
194
Can S C R 492
201
Tithe Commissoners
206
Simpson and Clafferty
209
Verral
214
London Corporation
217
City of Kingston
219
Timbers Ltd Re 35 D L R 431 585 588
222
Lake
225
Douglas
229
1919 A C 1006 231 233 237
231
Osterhout 7 O L R 402 8 O L R 685 31
233
Ch D
235
Y C Ch 401
239
A R 193
241
Grant Dunn
243
Great Lakes Steamship Co v Maple
244
O L R 435
245
Bateman and Matthews v Spencer 1923 4 D L R 170
246
Q B 560
252
1923 A C
253
Lintott
255
E A
257
BrooksSanford Co v Theodore Telier
262
Can S C R 423
263
Cr App R 22
265
Hyde 24 W R 268 252
268
Beamish
272
633
284
Spyring 1 C M R 181 611 614
287
O L R
288
Gr
290
Packington
291
202
292
Dominion Tobacco Co 19 O W N 463 22 O W N 99 324 339
293
General Fibre Board Syndicate Re 25 O W N 304 4 C B R 364 146
335
Broadway and Seventh Ave
341
Bovingdon
348
Stadacona Fire and Life
355
Macpherson and City of Toronto Re 26 O R 558
358
U C R 15
359
S H L C
369
O L R 24
373
Bell
376
Camp
387
O L R
388
J P
393
Mitchell
398
Canadian Druggists Syndicate Ltd v
401
AttorneyGeneral for Canada v Attor
405
1912 A C 333 406 417 419
406
Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co v
416
Canadian Pacific Railway Co v City
418
O R 290
427
Toronto General Trusts Corporation
428
Hughes
430
Noakes
445
O L R 48
446
Beard
448
U C C P 1
450
Carlisle and Cumberland Banking
451
214
466
Can S C R
476
O L R 79
478
James Wyllie
482
O W N 1470 19
488
Richardson
500
1924 A C
514
Eastgate In
516
Morris
525
O W N 479
526
Earl of Liverpool
532
Can S C
537
Ch D 306
538
Carpenter Ltd Re Hamiltons Case 29 D L R 683
539
O L R
541
O R
547
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway
554
Y C Ch 372
557
O W N 300
560
Taddy Co v Sterious
561
Utah 410 160 Pac Repr 117
563
H L C
565
409
574
Smith 21 O W N 253 335
575
Salk 27
583
Dagenhart 247 U S 251 423
584
R 6 Ch 856
585
19
597
Sturt
598
1905 A C
601
Carrick
604
Canadian Pacific Railway
605
Robbins and Cadigan 56 O L R 285
607
O L R 161
616
65 69
617
Coal Colliery
618
O L R 533
621
O R
625
Reese River Silver Mining Co v
632
B C 772
636
Stallibrass 1898 1 Q B 56 639 640
639
Manchester Sheffield
645
560
648
Hutchinson V
651
288
660
E B 780
664
Ind 28
667
Mer 469
691
Citizens Insurance Co v Parsons
693
358
694
Dames
695
neyGeneral for the Dominion 1896 A C 348
696
Ross
697
Hannah and Campbellford Lake
698
B Ald
702
Great Western Railway Co 8 U C C P 280
709
1912 A C 18
710
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