American and English Corporation Cases Volume 2

American and English Corporation Cases Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ... inst., at 3 o'clock, at Watl1I15 Seminary, " we will hear proof and determine the question of your fitness to be continued as principal teacher of Watk1fl$ Seminary." On the 21st of March, the Seminary being closed, Power and Leonard seem to have met at Leonard's house, and undertook to act upon the matter of the notice, _and, 35 the result, dismissed Morley. They both say that witnesses were examined on the subject, but they do not say that they were sworn, and decline to state their names. N0 minute Of the proceeding seems to have been kept, or is produCed In their answer to the alternative writ of lT13l1dflml15fl?e defendants, Power and Leonard, rely in defense upon the d15continuance of the schools on the 18th, and their removal of the petitioner from his office as teacher on the 21st of March, 1881. They further say that there are no funds belonglfjg to the district for the scholastic year for which the pet-1t1_"er was employed. The testimony introduced at the heanngso far as it is material to these issues, presents 116. lac" as above... If the petitioner is entitled to compensation as a teacher, It was the duty of the defendants to issue to him a warrant fT the proper amount, which would be paid out of any m"y in the hands of the county treasurer when the warrant W35. t A presented, or out of the first money which might come to his hands thereafter not required to meet prior claims, whether the money be received on the apportionment for the year when the services were rendered, or any prior or subsequent year: Bayless 1/. Driskell, 5 Lea, 265; Bank 2/. Baber, 6 Lea, 273. The board of directors did have authority to dismiss the petitioner "for incompetence, improper conduct, more

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  • United States
  • English
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