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A UNION'S FUNDS.

THE POWERS OF THE EXECUTIVE. WELLINGTON, February 17. ' In the Supreme Court to-day judgment was given in a case involving the powers of the executive of the Wellington Wharf Labourers' Union to operate on the funds of the union in the. Bank" of- New Zealand, in consequence of a protest by several members of the union against the bank makng payments without authority of a legally constituted meeting of the union. The Bank was inclined to pay, and an originating summons was brought against it; ■ ■ " ■ ' ;'

The Chief Justice (Sir Robert Stout) held that the executive could withdraw the funds for ordinary expenses, as directors of companies ordinarily do.

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A UNION'S FUNDS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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A UNION'S FUNDS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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