Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Volume 65

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Robert Clark, 1902

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Page 322 - This is an action for personal injuries brought by the defendant in error against the plaintiff in error in whose employ he was.
Page 305 - All men are by nature free and independent, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; and pursuing and obtaining safety- and happiness.
Page 363 - And in cases of such violation, every director who participated in or assented to the same shall be held liable in his personal and individual capacity for all damages which the association, its shareholders, or any other person, shall have sustained in consequence of such violation.
Page 362 - That if the directors of any association shall knowingly violate, or knowingly permit any of the officers, agents, or servants of the association to violate any of the provisions...
Page 307 - ... any drug or medicine, appliance, application, operation or treatment, of whatever nature, for the cure or relief of any wound, fracture or bodily injury, infirmity or disease.
Page 438 - ... some American courts, the weight of authority is simply overwhelming that the jurisdiction may and should be exercised either on behalf of a numerous body of separate claimants against a single party, or on behalf of a single party against such a numerous body, although there is no
Page 306 - Any person shall be regarded as practicing Medicine or Surgery within the meaning of this Act who shall append the letters MD or MB to his or her name, or for a fee prescribe, direct, or recommend for the use of any person, any drug or medicine or other agency for the treatment, cure, or relief of any wound, fracture, or bodily injury, infirmity, or disease...
Page 431 - If any corporation, created under this or any general statute of this state, except railway, or charitable or religious corporations, be dissolved, leaving debts unpaid, suits may be brought against any person or persons who were stockholders at the time of such dissolution, without joining the corporation in such suit...
Page 115 - There is some looseness of thought in supposing that reason and justice ever dictate' any contracts between parties, or impose such upon them. All true contracts grow out of the intentions of the parties to transactions, and are dictated only by their mutual and accordant wills. When this intention is expressed, we call the contract an express one. When it is not expressed, it may be inferred, implied, or presumed, from circumstances as really existing, and then the contract, thus ascertained...
Page 372 - It is claimed that this act is in conflict with that part of section 26 of article 2 of the Constitution which provides that " all laws of a general nature shall have a uniform operation throughout the state.

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