THE RESPO NSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYER THE attention of 'Hebrides,"
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whose letter you pub lished on April 23, should be drawn to a recent case reported by the Motor Trade Association. In this instance a woman garage proprietor had her licence suspended for a similar offence. Although she proved that she had seen her employee's licence, it was, in fact, a forgery and she was held liable for not verifying it with her licensing authority London, S.E.10. N. JERREAT, (For Messrs. The Dartmouth Motor and General Engineering Co.)