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Página 572 - The court of appeal may draw any inferences from the facts stated in the case that a jury might draw from facts stated by witnesses. Subject to the provisions of this section, all the enactments, rules, and orders relating to proceedings in actions in county courts, and to enforcing judgments...
Página 97 - Every owner of land, through which a stream of water flows, is entitled to the use and enjoyment of the water, and to have the same flow in its natural and accustomed course without obstruction, diversion or corruption. The right extends to the quality as well as to the quantities of the water. If, therefore, an adjoining proprietor corrupts the water, an action upon the case lies for the injury.
Página 579 - Bewage : provided, that no person shall be compelled to bear the expense of such consultation or advice, or of experiments made for the purposes of this act. All such authorities, corporations, firms and individuals are hereby required to give notice to said board of their intentions in the premises, and to submit for its advice outlines of their proposed plans or schemes in relation to water...
Página 161 - ... substances, nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash, which are comparatively costly and steady in price. The trade-value per pound of these ingredients is reckoned from the current market prices of the standard articles which furnish them to commerce. The consumer, in estimating the reasonable price to pay for high-grade fertilizers, should add to the Trade-value of the above-named Ingredients, a suitable margin for the expenses of manufacture, etc. , and for the convenience or other advantage incidental...
Página 115 - We think it is a settled principle, growing out of the nature of well-ordered civil society, that every holder of property, however absolute and unqualified may be his title, holds it under the implied liability that his use of it may be so regulated, that it shall not be injurious to the equal enjoyment of others having an equal right to the enjoyment of their property, nor injurious to the rights of the community.
Página 570 - ... so to fall or flow or to be carried shall not be deemed to have committed an offence against this act if he shows to the satisfaction of the court having cognizance of the case that he is using the best practicable and available means to render harmless the sewage matter so falling or flowing or carried into the stream.
Página 582 - ... execution or management of the works or the distribution of the water, or of any promise or contract made to or with them and also for any injury, damage, trespass, spoil, nuisance or other wrongful act done, committed or suffered to the said lands, works, water courses, sources of water supply, pipes, machinery or any apparatus belonging to or connected with any part of the works.
Página 588 - No sewage, drainage, refuse or polluting matter, of such kind and amount as either by itself or in connection with other matter will corrupt or impair the quality of the water of any pond...
Página 578 - ... sewage, having regard to the present and prospective needs and interests of other cities, towns, corporations, firms or individuals which may be affected thereby. It shall also from time to time consult with and advise persons or corporations engaged or intending to engage in any manufacturing or other business, drainage or sewage from which may tend to cause the pollution of any inland water, as to the best practicable method of preventing such pollution by the interception, disposal or purification...