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CRIMINAL LAW-continued.

5. Indictable Offences-continued.

(4) OFFENCES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER-continued. (b) Riot, &c., Threats, Obstruction—continued. (i) Offences and Punishments-continued.

Violence against Judge, counsel, party, &c., in
legal proceeding

Disturbance of lawful assembly

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Obstructing public or peace officer

Obstructing public election by threat, &c., see below, (6) (b).
Unlawful assembly for smuggling. See CUSTOMS, 1 (11) (c).
Offences under Native Customs Ordinance, see below, (8).
(ii) Definitions, &c.

Definition of riot

Proclamation for rioters to disperse

Falsification of register, will, &c.
of document with intent

Deceiving Court by false instrument, seal, &c.
False statement, &c., to public officer
Definition of perjury.

Special explanation as to perjury
Fabrication of evidence defined .

(5) PERJURY, &c., AND OFFENCES AGAINST THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. (a) Perjury, Falsification, False Statements.

(i) Under Criminal Code.
Punishment for perjury

Perjury on trial for capital offence

Fabrication of evidence

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at Customs inquiry

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as to ownership of ship, &c.
at constabulary inquiry
at commission of inquiry

Falsification of document by public officer.

of voting paper

of election return

Making false marriage certificate, &c.

Falsification with intent to defraud, &c., see above, (3) (d). (ii) Under other Enactments.

False evidence not on oath.

False statement by auctioneer

Signing false vaccination certificate

No. 12 of 1892, s. 349

s. 350

s. 351

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s. 352 s. 353

s. 354

8. 355

No. 12 of 1892, s. 356

s. 357

* As to Perjury dealt with as contempt of Court, see above, 1 (1) (k).

s. 358

s. 359

s. 360

s. 362

s. 363

s. 382

s. 383

8. 384

s. 385

s. 389

s. 391

8. 392

8. 401

8. 402

8. 421

No. 4 of 1876, s. 79 No. 10 of 1876, s. 40

s. 213 No. 3 of 1879, 8. 37 No. 7 of 1893, s. 11 No. 2 of 1878, s. 17 No. 8 of 1888, s. 16

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Harbouring criminal.

Compounding crime.

Definition of compounding.

Above provisions not to apply to native

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Courts

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Rescuing or aiding escape of lunatic

Rescue under Customs Ordinance. See CUSTOMS, 1 (11) (c).

Aiding escape of political prisoner. See POLITICAL PRISONERS.

No. 12 of 1892, s. 358

8. 359

s. 360

8. 361

s. 361

s. 361

s. 362

s. 362

s. 363

s. 363

s. 364

8. 365

s. 366

s. 367

s. 368

8. 369

s. 370

s. 370

s. 371

s. 372

s. 384

s. 386

s. 373

s. 374

s. 373

8. 374

8. 374

s. 373

s. 375

s. 376

s. 376

s. 377

s. 393

s. 378

8. 379

s. 380

s. 381

s. 385

8. 386
No. 3 of 1888, s. 26

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CRIMINAL LAW-continued.

5. Indictable Offences-continued.

(6) OFFENCES AS TO PUBLIC OFFICES AND ELECTIONS-continued.
(b) As to Public Elections-continued.
(ii) Definitions, &c.—continued.
Meaning of "intimidation"

Irregularity at election not to affect liability of
offender

(7) OFFENCES AGAINST MORALITY AND HEALTH.
(a) Bigamy and Offences as to Marriage.
(i) Offences and Punishments.

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(b) Nuisances.

(i) Offences and Punishments.

Publishing, &c. obscene book, &c.
Gross indecency.

Sending indecent book, &c. by post
Unnatural crimes. See above, (1) (f).
Keeping common gaming house.
Hindering, &c. burial of dead body
Dissecting dead body without authority
Exhuming dead body.

in cemetery

Publishing false news.
Selling, &c. unwholesome food
Carrying on noxious or offensive trade

Keeping animal so as to be a nuisance

Keeping explosive, collection of water, or other

dangerous thing

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No. 12 of 1892, s. 412

s. 415

8. 416

8. 417

8. 418

8. 419

8. 420

8. 421

8. 422

s. 423

8. 424

s. 425

s. 426

8. 427

8. 427

8.428

8. 429 s. 430

No. 17 of 1888, s. 31

No. 12 of 1892, s. 432

8. 433

8. 433 S. 433

No. 9 of 1891, s. 13

No. 12 of 1892, s. 434

8. 435

8. 436

8. 436

s. 436

s. 436

s. 436 8.436

s. 437

s. 438 8. 438

CRIMINAL LAW-continued.

5. Indictable Offences--continued.

(7) OFFENCES AGAINST MORALITY AND HEALTH-continued.

(c) Slave Dealing.

Punishment and explanations as to slave dealing. No. 12 of 1892, s. 439 (8) MISCELLANEOUS OFFENCES (not under Criminal Code).

Perjury and the like. See above, (5) (a) (ii).

Bribery. See above, (6) (a) (i).

As to trade marks. See TRADE MARK, 1.

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CROWN. See GOVERNMENT.

CROWN AGENTS,

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS,

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chief abetting certain customs without permit Under Master and Servant Ordinance :

foreign recruiting without permit
inducing person to go abroad under informal

contract

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taking apprentice out of Colony without

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permit

With respect to railways. See RAILWAY, 1.
AILWAY,
Aiding escape of political prisoner. See POLITICAL PRISONERS.

No. 14 of 1888, s. 43

No. 17 of 1888, s. 31

8. 31 8. 34

No. 7 of 1889, s. 16

Rules to prevent, in slaughter-houses, &c. may

be made

No. 11 of 1892, s. 4

s. 4

No. 8 of 1893, s. 4

8. 4

s. 6

Balance of estate of deceased European officer to
be sent to
No. 4 of 1876, s. 2, O. 5, rr. 46, 48
Powers and duties of, with respect to Gold Coast
Inscribed Stock and loans

s. 7

8. 10

Prevention of, generally. See CRIMINAL LAW, 3 (3) (i).

CURRENCY. See COIN.

CUSTOM, NATIVE. See NATIVE CUSTOMS; NATIVE CUSTOM.

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