Evan James MacGillivray.

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A TREATISE UPON

THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT



A TREATISE UPON

THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT

IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE DOMINIONS

OF THE CROWN, AND IN THE UNITED

STATES OF AMERICA



CONTAINING A FULL APPENDIX OF ALL ACTS OF PARLIAMENT

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS, ORDERS IN COUNCIL

TREASURY MINUTE AND ACTS OF CONGRESS

NOW IN FORCE



By E. J. MACGILLIVRAY, LL.B. (Cantab.)

OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW
MEMBER OF THE FACULTY OF ADVOCATES IN SCOTLAND



LONDON

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET

NEW YORK : E. P. BUTTON & CO.

1902



C7S






TO

THOMAS EDWARD SCRUTTON, Esq., K.C.

IN GRATITUDE FOR
MUCH INSTRUCTION AND KINDNESS



399173



PREFACE

The foundations of this work were laid by my endeavours to
understand what is perhaps the most compHcated and obscure
series of statutes in the statute book. In working from time to
time at the Law of Copyright I found great want of a text-
book which should be exhaustive of the case law, and at the
same time contain a concise and clearly arranged epitome
of the statutory provisions. This want I have tried to supply
for myself in the present compilation, and it is now published
in the hope that it may prove useful to others. The present
law is bad both in substance and form, but it is the more
essential that those who have anything to do with literary or
artistic property should comprehend it in so far as it is com-
prehensible. There are probably more pitfalls for the unwary
in dealing with Copyright than with any other branch of the
law.

We have for some time been on the eve of a general
codification and amendment of the Law of Copyright. It
is, however, an eve of long and indefinite duration. It is
now twenty-eight years since the Royal Commission on Copy-
right was appointed, and still nothing has been done to
amehorate the lamentable condition in which the Com-
missioners then found the law. Dissensions among those
who are interested in Copyright, failure to come to a satis-
factory arrangement with the colonies, and want of time at
the disposal of the legislature are mainly responsible for this
delay. In the meantime it is well that all those who are
interested in Copyright should made themselves conversant



viii PREFACE

with the law as it now is, so that when the time for legis-
lation does at last come the result may be the more
satisfactory.

I have added to this work Part II., dealing with Copyright
in the United States, and I hope it may prove useful not
only to English but to American lawyers and publishers.

I have to acknowledge much assistance in the preparation
of this work and many invaluable suggestions from my
friends, Mr. Langridge, of the Middle Temple, and Mr.
Mackinnon, of the Inner Temple.

E. J. MACGILLIVRAY.

3 Temple Gardens,
June 1902.



CONTENTS



PAGE

Table of English, Scotch, Irish, Indian, and Colonial Cases xix
Table of Cases in the United States xxxi

PART I

THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
AND THE DOMINIONS OF THE CROWN

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTORY 3



CHAPTER II

WHAT BOOKS ARE PROTECTED

Sec. I. What is an Original Book lo

Definition of a Book lo

Essential Elements of a Book n

Physical Form U

Literary Matter 13

Originality '5

Examples of what are Books 16

Sec. 2. Publication 3^

Divestitive Publication 37

Investitive Publication 3^

First Publication within the British Dominions .... 40

Sec. 3. Author's Nationality 42

Sec. 4- Immoral Works 46

Sec. 5. Registration 46

Before Action 4^

The Requisite Entry 49

The Actual Title 49

The Time of First Publication S^

The Name and Place of Abode of the Publisher ... 52

The Name and Place of Abode of the Proprietor ... 52

Certificate of Registration 53

False Entries 54

Rectification of Register 54



X CONTENTS

PAGE

Sec. 6. Delivery of Copies to Libraries 55

Sec. 7. Duration of Protection 56

Sec. 8. Copyright in Lectures 57



CHAPTER III

THE OWNER OF THE COPYRIGHT IN BOOKS

Sec. I. The Crown 59

Sec. 2. The Universities 61

Sec. 3. The Author 62

Sec. 4. The Employer 66

Under Section 18 66

Scope of Section 67

Under such Employment ........ 68

On Terms that Copyright shall belong to such Proprietor . 68

Joint Employers 71

Payment 71

Author's Separate Rights 72

Employer's Rights where Section 18 does not apply .... 73

Sec. 5. The Assignee 74

Before Publication 74

After Publication 77

Partial Assignment 80

Assignment distinguished from Licence 8i

Sec. 6. The Licensee 82

Sec. 7. The Executors or Administrators 83

Sec. 8. The Trustee in Bankruptcy 83



CHAPTER IV
INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IN BOOKS



Sec. I. Prohibited Acts, and Remedies

Causing to be Printed

Damages .

Account of Profits

Injunction .

Delivery up of Copies

Customs Act

Every Offence .

Limitation of Acti

Pleading

Evidence

Discovery .

Mode of Trial

Costs .
Sec. 2. What is a Piratical Copy

What is a Copy ....

A Substantial Part must be Taken



84

85
86
86
86
89
91
91
91
92

94
94
94
95
96'

97
97



CONTENTS xi

PAGE

No Animus Furandi need be Proved loo

Taking not necessarily for Profit loi

Copying may be Indirect and Unintentional 102

Custom of Trade 102

Fair Use 103

No one can Monopolize a Field of Labour .... 103

No Infringement to take Facts ....... 104

No Infringement to take the General Scheme of another's

Work 105

Every Author must do his own work .105

Work with a Different Object ....... 109

Extract for purpose of Criticism . . . . . .111

Improvement or Addition of New Matter no Excuse . . 112
Dramatization of a Novel . . . . . . . .114

Abridgments 114

Translations . . 116

Licence 118

Abandonment 119

Acquiescence and Delay . . . . . . . . .119

Provision against the Suppression of Books . . . . .119

CHAPTER V

PERFORMING RIGHTS

Sec. I. Nature of Performing Right 120

Sec. 2. Performing Right at Common Law .... 121

Sec. 3. What is a Dramatic Work 123

Sec. 4. What Dramatic Works are Protected, and Duration

of Protection 126

Sec. 5. What is a Musical Composition 130

Sec. 6. What Musical Works are Protected, and Duration

of Protection 130

Sec. 7. Registration of Performing Rights .... 131

Musical Compositions 133

Sec. 8. Assignment of Performing Rights 134

Sec. 9. Infringement of Dramatic Performing Rights . . 135

Public Performance . . 135

Substantial Part 138

Causing to be Represented '139

Knowledge 142

Innocent Agents 142

Licence 142

Sec. 10. Infringement of Musical Performing Rights . . 142

Substantial Part 142

Public Performance ... 143

Causing to be Represented 143

Sec. II. Remedies for Infringement of Dramatic Performing

Rights 144

Sec. 12. Remedies for Infringement of Musical Performing

Rights 145



Xll



CONTENTS



CHAPTER VI



COPYRIGHT IN ENGRAVINGS

Sec. I. What Works are Protected

WTiat is an Original Engraving

Originality ...........

Maps, Charts, and Plans

Engravings in a Book .........

Must the Engraving be made within the British Dominions .
The Engraving must be First Published within the British

Dominions .

Date of First Publication and Proprietor's Name ....

Name of Proprietor

Immoral Works

Duration of Protection . .

Sec. 2. The Owner of the Copyright

The Engraver .

The Employer

The Assignee

Sec. 3. Infringement of the Copyright

Prohibited Acts and Remedies

Guilty Knowledge

Limitation of Action

Costs

Copying for Private Use

What is a Piratical Copy

Licence a Defence .........



PAGE
146

46

47
48
49
50

50
51

51
52
52
52
52
53
54
55
55
56
56
56
56
56
59



CHAPTER VII



COPYRIGHT IN SCULPTURE

Sec. I, What Works are Protected 161

What is an Original Sculpture 161

The Sculpture must be First Published within the British Dominions 162

Publication 162

Author's Nationality 162

Proprietor's Name and Date 162

Proprietor's Name ......... 163

Date 163

Immoral Works 163

Duration of Protection 163

Sec. 2. The Owner of the Copyright 164

The Artist 164

The Employer 164

The Assignee 164



CONTENTS xiii

PAGE

Sec. 3. Infringement of the Copyright 164

Prohibited Acts and Remedies 164

Guilty Knowledge . 165

Limitation of Action 165

Copying for Private Use i6c

What is a Piratical Copy 165



CHAPTER VIII

COPYRIGHT IN PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, AND
PHOTOGRAPHS

Sec. I. What Works are Protected 167

Every Original Painting, Drawing, or Photograph .... 167

Originality 167

Artistic Merit 168

Publication Outside the British Dominions 168

Published ........... 169

Nationality or Residence of Artist 170

Registration 171

The Requisite Entry 171

Name 173

Place of Abode 173

Short Description 173

Duration of Protection . 174

Sec. 2. The Owner of the Copyright 174

The "Author" .... 174

The Employer 175

The Assignee 176

Sec. 3. Infringement 177

Prohibited Acts and Remedies 177

Cause or Procure 178

Innocent Agent 179

Unlawful Copy 179

Separate Offence ,179

Copying for Private Use 180

Action on Breach of Contract 180

Fraudulent Acts 180

Limitation of Action 181

Evidence 181

What is a Piratical Copy . 181

No Monopoly 181

W^at is a Copy 181

General Idea may be Taken 182

Material Part 183

Indirect Taking .......... 184

Guilty Knowledge 184

Replicas 184

Licence a Defence 184



XIV



CONTENTS



CHAPTER IX
COLONIAL COPYRIGHT



Books .
Artistic Works



PAGE

1 86
191



CHAPTER X

INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT

Works Produced in His Majesty's Dominions 193

Works Produced in Foreign Countries with which this Country has

no Treaty 193

Works Produced in Foreign Countries with which this Country has

a Treaty I93

What Foreign Works are entitled to Protection . . . -195

Produced 195

Character of Work 196

Unpublished Work 196

Special Provisions . 197

Works Produced in Foreign Countries before 6th December 1887 . 197

Formalities Required in case of Foreign Work .... 198

Who are Entitled to Sue in respect of a Foreign Work . . . 200

Evidence of Title 200

Protection afforded to Foreign Works 200

Works Published before 6th December 1887 .... 202

Translating Right 203

Articles in Newspapers and Periodicals ..... 204

Photographic Works 204

Performing Right in Dramatic or Dramatic Musical Works . 204

Express Provision as to particular kind of Infringement . . 205



CHAPTER XI
COMMON LAW



Title — Passing off

Whether Protection is based on a Right of Property in Title

Knowledge of Existence and Value on the part of the Public

Non-user of Title ....

No Fraud need be Proved .

Must be Calculated to Deceive .

Cases in which an Injunction Granted

Cases where Injunction Refused .

Malicious Criticism

Slander of Title



206
207
208
208
209
209
209
211
213
213



CONTENTS XV

PAGE

Author who has parted with Copyright is entitled to Protect his

Reputation 213

Protection from Breach of Faith or Contract 215

Unpublished Works 220

Speeches and Sermons 223

Letters 225

CHAPTER XII
PUBLISHING AND PRINTING AGREEMENTS

Publishers' Agreements 227

Printers' Agreements 230



PART II

THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT IN THE UNITED STATES

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTORY 235

CHAPTER II

WHAT WORKS ARE ENTITLED TO COPYRIGHT

Sec. I. An Original Literary or Artistic Work . . . 236

Sec. 2. Nationality of the Author 247

Sec. 3. Necessary Formalities 250

Conditions Precedent 251

Dehvery of Title 251

Delivery of Description 253

Delivery of Copies 253

Printing in the United States 254

Retrospective Provision 254

Notice of Copyright 255

Publication 260

Sec. 4. Immoral Works 266

Sec. 5. Duration of Copyright 267

CHAPTER III

WHO IS THE OWNER OF THE COPYRIGHT

Sec. I. The Author 269

Sec. 2. The Employer 271

Sec. 3. The State 272

Sec. 4. The Assignee 272



xvi CONTENTS

CHAPTER IV
INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT

PAGE

Sec. I. What is a Piratical Copy 276

Copying may be Indirect 277

The Intention need not be Bad 277

Proof of Copying .......... 277

No Monopoly in the Subject- Matter 278

Taking a Substantial Part 279

Fair Use 281

Improvement no Excuse 283

Different Object 283

Extract for Review 284

Abridgments 284

Translations 286

Dramatic Performing Right 286

Musical Rights 287

Sec. 2. Prohibited Acts and Remedies 287

Account of Profits 289

Damages 290

Penalties 290

Forfeiture 290

Injunction 291

Who is Liable 291

Limitation of Action 292

Acquiescence 292

Pleading 293

Penalties for affixing False Notice 293

Importing Books Printed outside the United States .... 294



CHAPTER V

COMMON LAW RIGHTS

Sec. I. Published Work 296

Passing Off 296

Sec. 2. Unpublished Work 298



APPENDIX

BRITISH STATUTES

The Engraving Copyright Act, 1734 303

The Engraving Copyright Act, 1766 305

The Copyright Act, 1775 (Universities) ...... 307

The Prints Copyright Act, 1777 310

The Sculpture Copyright Act, 1814 311



CONTENTS

The Dramatic Copyright Act, 1833 ....
The Lectures Copyright Act, 1S35 ....
The Prints and Engravings Copyright Act, 1836
The Copyright Act, 1836 (Compensation to Libraries)

The Copyright Act, 1842

The International Copyright Act, 1844

The Colonial Copyright Act, 1847 ....

Copyright in Designs Act, 1850, sees. 6 and 7 (Sculpture

The International Copyright Act, 1852

The Fine Arts Copyright Act, 1862

The International Copyright Act, 1875 . • .

The Canada Copyright Act, 1875 .

The Customs Laws Consolidation Act, 1876.

The Copyright (Musical Compositions) Act, 1882

The International Copyright Act, 1886

The Copyright (Musical Compositions) Act, 1888

The Revenue Act, 1889



xvii

PAGE

3^3
315
316

317
317
329
337
338
339
343
348
349
350
351
353
360
361



INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS



The Berne Convention, 1886
Order in Council, 1887
The Additional Act of Paris, if
Order in Council, 1898



361
370
373
376



TREASURY MINUTE

Government Publications Treasury Minute, li



377



AMERICAN STATUTES



Revised Statutes, 1874

Act of Congress, June 18, 1874 .

August I, 1882 .

October i, 1890

March 3, 1891 .

March 3, 1893 .

March 2, 1895 .

January 6, 1897

March 3, 1897 .



379
384
384
385
385
389
390
390
391



TABLE OF CASES



N.B. In the page references the figures in larger type indicate tliat the fads of
the case will be found most fully stated on that particular page.

ENGLISH, SCOTCH, IRISH, INDIAN, AND COLONIAL CASES



Abernethy v. Hutchin-
son 209

Adams v. Batley . . 1887 18 Q. B. D., 625

Aflalo V. Lawrence. . — [1902], i Ch., 264

Ager V. CoUingridge . 1886 2 T. L. R., 291

Agar V. P. & O. Steam 1884 26 Ch. D., 637
Navigation Co



1825 3 L. J. (O.S.), Ch., 37, T,%, 219, 222,

224
144
71
20



Alexander v. Mackenzie
Allen V. Lyon
Anglo-Canadian v. Suck

ling
Anonymous Case .
Anstruther v. Bentley
Archbold v. Sweet
Austria, Emperor of, v.

Day
Avanzo v. Mudie .
Avery v. Wood

Bach v. Longman .
Baily v. Taylor



Barfield v. Nicholson

Barnett v. Glossop .

Baschet v. Lojidon Illus-
trated Standard

Baskett v. Cunningham .

Baskett v. University of 1758 2 Burr., 661
Cambridge



20, 102, 118

23, 101, 104

118
191

115
228

214

90

200

144, 156

1777 2 Cowp., 623 36, 97

1829 I Russ. and My., 73 15, 23, 86, 87

105, 109
1824 2 Sim. and Stu., i
1835 I Bing., N. C, 633
— [1900], I Ch., 73



1847 9 D., 748

1884 5 Ont. Rep., 615

1889 17 Ont. Rep., 239

1774 Lofift, 775

1866 14 W. R., 630

1832 5 C. and P., 219

1861 4 L. T. (N.S.), 494

1854 10 Exch., 203

— [1891], 3 Ch., 115



1762 I Wm. Black, 370



62, 220, 229

93

46, 152, 174, 179

180, 201
59. 60
59



Bastow, ex parte .
Beal, ex parte

Beckford v. Hood .
Beere v. Ellis
Bell V. Walker
Bell V. Whitehead .
Bensley v. Bignold



1854 14 C. B., 631
1868 L. R., 3 Q. B., 387



1798 7 T. R., 620

1889 5 T. L. R., 330

1785 I Bro. Ch. Cas., 450 115

1839 8 L. J. Ch., 141 112

1822 5 B. and Aid., 335 230



54, 8x. 82

9I' ^73. 179. i^

184
36, 47, 86, 206
138



XX



TABLE OF CASES



Bentley r. Foster .
Black V. Murray & Son
Blackie v. Aikman .
Blackwell 7'. Harper
Blake ?'. Nicholson
Blanchett v. Ingram
Bleaden v. Hancock
Bogue 7'. Houlston
Bohn V. Bogue
Bolton V. Aldin
Bolton V. London Exhi

bitions
Boosey v. Davidson



Boosey v. Fairlie
Boosey v. Jefferys
Boosey v. Purday

Boosey v. Whight



Borthwick v. Evening Post
Boucicault :■. Chatterton
Boucicault v. Delafield
Boydell v. Urummond
Bradbury v. Beeton
Bradbury v. Dickens
Bradbury v. Hotten
Bradbury v. Sharp
Bramwell v. Halcomb
Bridgman v. Green
Britain v. Hanks .
British Museum ?'. Payne
Brooke v. Chitty .
Brooke v. Milliken
Brooks V. Cock
Brooks V. Religious Tract

Society
Brown v. Cooke
Burnett v. Chetwood
Butterworth v. Kelly
Butterworth v. Robinson
Buxton 7'. James .
Byron v. Johnston

Cable 7'. Marks
Cadell V. Anderson
Caird 7'. Sime
Cambridge University v.

Bryer
Campbell v. Scott .
Caproni v. Alberti .
Carnan v. Bowles .



1839 10 Sim., 329

1870 9 M., 341

1827 5 Sh., 719

1740 2 Atk., 93

18 1 4 3 M. and S., 167

1887 3T. L. R., 687

1829 4 C. and P., 152

1852 5 De G. and Sm., 267

1846 10 Jur., 420

1895 65 L J. Q. B., 120

1898 14 T. L. R., 550



1846
1849
1877
1851
1846
1849



888
876
863
809
869

859
872
891
836

755
902

828

831
789
835
897

846
720
888
801

851
816



4 D. and L., 147
13 Q- B., 257
7 Ch. D., 301
4 Exch., 145

10 Jur., 1038

4 Exch., 145
1899], I Ch., 836
1900], I Ch., 122

37 Ch. D., 449

5 Ch. D., 267

I H. and M., 597

11 East., 142
39 L J. Ch., 57
27 Beav., 53

R., 8 Ex.,



L,



L. R., 8 Ex., I
[1891], W. N., 143
3 My. and Cr., 737
2 Ves. Sen., 627
Wright, J., April 15
2 Y. and J., 166

2 Coop. Cas., 216

3 T. R., 509

3 Ad. and E., 138
45 W. R., 476

16 L. J. Ch., 140 68, 71

2 Mer., 441 46, 117

4 T. L. R., 430 84

5 Ves., 709 28, 115

5 De G. and Sm., 80 40, 41, 42, 87
2 Meriv., 29 215



42

12, 26, 27, III

229

146, 151. 152

230

38

230

12, 34, 149

98, 10 1
181
179. 183

92. 93
42, 94

26

42

93

40, 42
II, 12
II, 33, 97

88, 207, 209, 212
36,41,127,128,129

41, 129, 193
230

207, 209, 211
207

99, 109, 110
89
99
219
162, 163

56
229

91
151

183, 184



882 47 L. T. (N.S.), 432

787 Mor. Die, 8310

887 12A. C, 326

812 16 East, 317



31
26

37,38,220,221,222
56,86



842 II Sim., 31 88, loi, 112

892 40 W. R., 235 162

786 I Cox Cha. Cas., 283 16, 27, 113. 164



ENGLISH CASES



XXI



Carr v. Hood


1808


I Gamp., 354 n


213






Gary v. Faden


1799


5 Ves. 24


16, 46






Gary v. Kearsley .


1802


4 Esp., 168


16, 75^98,

113
12. 16, 26


100,


lOI,


Gary v. Longman .


1801


I East, 358






Gassell v. Stiff


1856


2 K. and J., 279


53. 202






Gate V. Devon


1889


40 Ch. D., 500


II, 21, 48,

99, 100,


50,

102


88,


Ghappell v. Boosey


1882


21 Ch. I)., 232


121, 127






Ghappell v. Davidson


1855


2 K. and J., 123


210






>) >>


1S56


18 G. B., 194


46, 49, 87,


93




Ghappell v. Purday


1843


12 M. and W., 303


54, 55, 79






)) ))


1845


14 M. and W., 303


40, 42






Ghappell v. Sheard


1855


2 K. and J., 117


50, 210






Chatterton v. Gave


1875


L. R., 10 C. P., 572


25,26, 98,


123,


139


)) f>


1878


3 A. C, 483


25> 26, 97,

138
14, 33


98,


102,


Ghilton V. Progress Print





[1895], 2 Ch., 29






ing Go.












Ghurch v. Linton .


1894


25 Ont. Rep., 131


i9> 24, ZZ






Glark V. Bell .


1804


Mor. Die. Literary
Property, App. 9


92






Glark v. Bishop


1872


25 L. T. (N.S.), 908


47, 120, 124,

T •? 'I


133,


Clarke v. Freeman .


1848


II Beav., 112


134

214






Glark v. Price


1819


2 Wills, C. C, 157


227






Clay V. Yates


1856


I H. and N., 73


231






Clement v. Maddick


1859


I Giff., 98


loi, 207, 209,


210


Clementi v. Golding


1809


2 Gamp., 25


II, 36






dementi v. Walker


1824


2 B. and G., 861


40, 41, 75,


77




Clowes V. Hogg


1870


W. N., 268


210






Cobbett V. Woodward


1872


L. R., 14 Eq., 407


18, 19. 95.


238




Cocks V. Purday .


1848


5 C. B., 860


40, 42, 76,


77,


79,


Golburn v. Duncombe


1838


9 Sim., 151


93
76; 78






Golburn v. Simms .


1843


2 Hare, 543


85, 86, 90






Cole V. Gear .


1888


4 T. L. R., 246


141






Coleman v. Wathen


1793


5 T. R.. 245


37, 122






Gollette V. Goode .


1878


7 Ch. D., 842


93






GoUingridge v. Emmott


1887


57 L. T. (N.S.), 864


50, 51, 71






CoUis V. Cater


i8q8


78 L. T. (N.S.), 613


19






Gomyns v. Hyde .


1895


43 W. R., 266


35, 149






Constable v. Brewster


1824


3 S., 215


209, 229






Cooper, in re


1902


19 Pat. Des. and
Trade Mark Gases,


31






Cooper V. Stephens





53
[1895], I Ch., 567


34, 78, 81,


98,


99,








118, 154


, 16


D


Cooper V. Whittingham


1880


15 Ch. D., 501


84, 85, 87,


102




Goote V. Ingram


1887


35 Ch. D., 117


95






Goote V. Judd


1883


23 Ch. D., 727


70, 93






Cornish v. Upton .


1861


4 L. T. (N.S.), 862


17







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TABLE OF CASES



Corns V. Grififiths .
Correspondent News

paper v. Saunders
Cowan V. Milbourn
Cowen V. Hulton .
Cox V. Cox .
Cox V. Land and Water
Cumberland v. Copeland

!» 11

Cumberland v. Planch^
D'Almaine v. Boosey

Davidson, ex parte.

11 11

Davidson v. Bohn .
Davis V. Comitti
Day V. Simpson
De Berenger v. Wheble
Delfe V. Delamotte
Delondre v. Shaw .
Dennison v. Ashdown
Dickens v. Lee
Dicks V. Brooks
Dicks V. Yates
Dobson, ex parte .
Dodsley v. Kinnersley
Dodson V. Martin .
Donaldson v. Beckett

Du Bost V. Beresford
Duck V. Bates
Duck V. Mayen
Dupuy V. Dilkes

Eaton v. Lake
Ellis V. Marshall .
Ellis V. Ogden
Exchange Telegraph ;

Central News
Exchange Telegraph i

Gregory
Eyre v. Carnan
Eyre v. Walker

Fairlie v. Boosey .
Farina v. Silverlock
Fishburn v. Hollingshead
Fisher v. Folds
Fitzbull V. Brooke .
Fores v. Johnes
Forrester v. Walker



873 [1873], W. N., 93 210

865 II Jur. (N.S.), 540 48, 208



867 L. R., 2 Ex.

882 46 L. T. (N.S.), 897

853 I Eq. Rep., 94

869 L R., 9 Eq., 324

S61 7 H. and N., 118

862 I H. and C, 194

834 I A. and E., 580

835 I Y. and C Ex., 288

853 18 C. B., 296

856 2 E. and B., 577
848 6 C B., 456

885 52 L T. (N.S.), 539

865 18 C. B. (N.S.), 680

819 2 Stark, 548

857 3 K. and J., 581
828 2 Sim., 237

897 13 T. L. R., 226

844 8 Jur., 183

880 15 Ch. D., 22

881 18 Ch. D., 76

892 12 N. Z. L. R., 171

761 Amb., 403

880 24 Sol. J., 572

774 2 Bro. P. C, 129

810 2 Camp., 51 1

884 13 Q- B. D., 843

S92 8 T. L. R., 339

879 48 L. J. Ch., 682

888 20 Q. B. D., 378

895 II T. L. R., 522

894 II T. L. R., 56

— [1897], 2 Ch., 48



— [1896], I Q. B., 147 37, 219

1 781 6 Bac. Abr., 509 59
1735 4 Burr., 2325 6



46




212




77, 214




II, 21, 48.89,


206


134




77




135




36,37,42,97,


113,


115, 142




54, 55




54




77, 80, 164




14, 32




126




157




86, 90




42, 86




79




116




95, 157, 159,


213


48,52,96,207


,212


41, 80




115, 116




46




6, 8, 61, 122,


152,


206, 220




174




136




142




79, 172




77. 118, 134,


142


175, 176, 180




175. 176




37, 219





1879 4 A. C, 711

1858 4 K. and T-, 650

- [1891], 2Ch.,37i

1834 I Jon. Ir. Ex., 12

1844 2 D. and L., 477

1802 4 Esp., 97

1741 4 Burr., 2331



53, 134
168

199, 200

35
144

152, 174
220



ENGLISH CASES



XXlll



Fourmat v. Pearson
French v. Day
Frowde v. Parish .
Fuller V. Blackpool Winter
Gardens



1897 14 T. L. R., 82

1893 9 T. L. R, 548

1896 27 Ont. Rep., 526

— [1895], 2 Q. B., 429



14
141

77, 191

124, 126, 131



Gale v. Leckie
Gambart v. Sumner
Gambart v. Ball
Garland v. Gemmill

Gee V. Pritchard
Geissendorfer v. Mendels-
sohn
Gibson v. Carruthers
Gilbert v. Boosey .

Gilbert v. Star Newspaper
Gillett V. Mawman
Goubard v. Wallace
Grace v. Newman .
Granard v. Dunkin
Graves, ex parte
Graves, ex parte Walker .

Graves v. Ashford .
Graves v. Gorrie
Graves v. Mercer .
Green v. Irish Independent
Grierson v. Jackson
Griffin v. Kingston
Griffith V. Tower Publish-
ing Company
Crimson v. Eyre
Guggenheim v. Leng
Guichard v. Mori .
Gyles V. Wilcox

Hall, m re .
Hall V. Whittington
Hanbury v. Dumsday
Hanfstaengl v. American

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