Canadian Labor Laws and the Treaty

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TABLE OF CASES CITED

CANADIAN CASES
PAGE
Aliens, In re Employment of, 63 Can. S. C. R. 293 ( 1922) 60, 394-95
Attorney-General for Canadav. Attorney-General for Alberta, [ 1916] 1 A. C. 588 53
Attorney-General for Ontariov. Hamilton Street Railway Company, C. R. [13] A. C. 201 ( 1903) 280, 281, 286
Attorney-General for Ontariov. Reciprocal Insurers, [ 1924] A. C. 328 54
Att'y Gen'l of British Columbiav. Att'y Gen'l of Canadaet al., [ 1923] 4 D. L. R. 698 395
Board of Commerce Act, 1919, and the Combines and Fair Prices Act, 1919, In re, [ 1922] 1 A. C. 191 51, 54, 187-88
Brauchv. Roth, 10 O. L. R. 284 ( 1904) 140-41
Brooks-Bidlake and Whittall Ltd. v. Attorney-General of British Columbia, [ 1923] 2 D. L. R. 189 395-96
Centre Star Mining Company, Limitedv. Rossland Miners Union et al., 9 B. C. R. 531 ( 1903) 140
Citizens Insurance Company of Canadav. Parsons. Queen Insurance Companyv. Parsons, 7 App. Cas. 96 ( 1881) 52
City of Montrealv. Montreal Street Railway, [ 1912] A. C. 333 51
Coal Mines Regulation Act and Amendment Act, 1903, In re, 10 B. C. R. 408 ( 1904) 399
Coal Mines Regulation Amendment Act, 1890, In re, 5 B. C. R. 306 ( 1896) 397
Cotter v. Osborne et al., C. R. [ 1911] A. C. 137 143-44
Fort Frances Pulp and Power Co.v. Manitoba Free Press Co., [ 1923] A. C. 695 51
Grahamv. Knottet al., 14 B. C. R. 97 ( 1908) 143
Hodgev. The Queen, 9 App. Cas. 117 ( 1883) 52
Hours of Labour, In re Legislative Jurisdiction over, [ 1925] Can. S. C. R. 505. 57-58
Hudson's Bay Company, Limited, and the Minimum Wage Act, In re, [ 1924] 3 W. W. R. 177 218
John Deere Plow Company, Limited v. Wharton, [ 1915] A. C. 330 53
Kelly v. City of Winnipeg, 12 M. R. 87 ( 1898) 212
Krug Furniture Companyv. Berlin Union of Amalgamated Woodworkers, 5 O. L. R. 463 ( 1903) 140
Lefebvrev. Knott, 13 Can. Cr. Cas. 223 ( 1907) 183
Le Roi Mining Company, Limitedv. Rossland Miners Union, No. 38,

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