Labour Laws of Ontario, Being a Collection of the Revised Statutes of 1897 and Subsequent Enactments Affecting the Relations of Employers and Employees and Other Matters of Interest to Operatives and Wage-Earners

Labour Laws of Ontario, Being a Collection of the Revised Statutes of 1897 and Subsequent Enactments Affecting the Relations of Employers and Employees and Other Matters of Interest to Operatives and Wage-Earners

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...iii the evening, except on Saturday evenings, and the evenings preceding Good Friday and Christmas Day, at which last times the pawnbroker may keep his place of business open until ten o'clock in the evening. R. S. O. 1887, c. 155, s. 34. 34-In case it appears or is proved on oath before a Justice of the Peace, that the goods pawned were sold before the time limited, or have been embezzled or lost, or have become of less value than when pawned, through the neglect or wilful misbehaviour of the pawnbroker or his servants, the Justice shall award a reasonable satisfaction to the owner in respect of the damages suffered by him thereby. R.S. 0.1887, c. 155, s. 35.;."-. In case the sum so awarded does not amount to the principal and profit due to the pawnbroker. the pawnor may pay or tender the balance; and on so doing, the Justice shall proceed as if the pawnor had paid or tendered the whole money due for principal and profit as aforesaid. R. S. O. 1887, c. 155, s. 36. When dam-3O. In case the satisfaction allowed is equal to or exceeds the exceeTpawn-principal and profit as aforesaid, the pawnbroker shall deliver the broker's claim. Where goods lost or damaged. Terms of redemption of such good.'-. goods so pledged to the owner without being paid anything for the principal or profit, and also the excess, if any, under a penalty of $40, to be recovered as the penalties hereinbefore mentioned. R. S. O. 1887, c. 155, s. 37. 31. When the Justice thinks the production of any pawn-book, Pawnbroker note, voucher, memorandum, duplicate or other paper necessary, duu Pf" which is or ought to be in the hands, custody or power of any pawn-books, etc. broker, he shall summon him to attend with the same, and the pawnbroker shall be bound to produce...show more

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