The tribunal, at Reading, Berks, heard how, on Comic Relief Day, 2003, one of Ms Neylan's colleagues wrote a list of ''fineable
sins'' in a room where she worked.
It is a fineable
offence to discard litter in the streets.
Blackstone, who had developed a lecture course along the lines proposed in the statute, had sewn up the Professorship by making non-delivery of lectures a fineable
In Australia, Israel, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, and numerous other nations, the landing of a stowaway is also a fineable
Like other fraternal organizations in Gold Hill, the GHMU's constitution stipulated that members had to be "men of good moral character," but only intoxication and profanity were deemed fineable
offenses in the union's by-laws.(35) Prize-fighting and gambling, by contrast, were morally acceptable or at least compatible with the union's mutualistic sensibilities.
(11) Thus, in one British society, it was a fineable
offense to "become Quarrelsome, be guilty of swearing or Cursing, laying wagers, promoting Gaming, or refusing to keep silence when desired by any Officer, or ...