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OKE'S MAGISTERIAL FORMULIST.- Sixth Edition.
Just published, in 1 vol. 8vo., 38s. cloth. OKE'S MAGISTERIAL FORMULIST: being a complete Collection of Forms and Precedents for Practical Use in all Cases out of Quarter Sessions, and in Parochial Matters, by Magistrates, their Clerks, Solicitors, and Constables. Sixth Edition. By Thomas W. SAUNDERS, Esq., Metropolitan Police Magistrate.
OKE'S GAME LAWS.- 3rd Edition, by BUND.
Post 8vo., 148. cloth. OKE'S HANDY BOOK OF THE GAME LAWS; containing the whole Law as to Game, Licences and Certificates, Gun Licences, Poaching Prevention, Trespass, Rabbits, Deer, Dogs, Birds and Poisoned Grain, Sea Birds, Wild Birds and Wild Fowl, and the Rating of Game throughout the United Kingdom. With the Acts, Decisions, Notes and Forms. By J. W. WILLIS BUND, M.A., LL.B., Barrister-at-Law. Á Supplement to the above is in the Press, containing the Ground Game Act,
1880, and the Wild Birds' Protection Act, 1880.
OKE'S LICENSING LAWS.—2nd Edition.
Post 8vo., 108. cloth. OKE'S LAWS AS TO LICENSING INNS, &c.; containing the Licensing Acts, 1872 and 1874, and the other Acts in force as to Alehouses, Beerhouses, Wine and Refreshment-houses, Shops, &c., where Intoxicating Liquors are sold, and Billiard and Occasional Licences. With Explanatory Notes, the authorized Forms of Licences, Tables of Offences, &c. Second Edition. By W. C. GLEN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
OKE'S FISHERY LAWS.—2nd Edition, by BUND.
Post 8vo., 58. cloth. A HANDY BOOK OF THE FISHERY LAWS; containing the Law as to Fisheries, Private and Public, in the Inland Waters of England and Wales, and the Freshwater Fisheries Preservation Act, 1878, with the Acts, Decisions, Notes and Forms. By GEORGE C. OKE. Second Edition, by J. W. WILLIS BUND, M.A., LL.B., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
PALEY ON SUMMARY CONVICTIONS.—Sixth Edition.
Just published, in 1 vol. 8vo., 248, cloth. PALEY'S LAW AND PRACTICE OF SUMMARY CONVICTIONS, under the Summary Jurisdiction Acts, 1848 and 1874 ; including Proceedings preliminary and subsequent to Convictions, and the Responsibility of Convicting Magistrates and their Officers. With Forms. The Sixth Edition. By WALTER H. MACNAMARA, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law...
MAGISTRATES, THEIR CLERKS,
SOLICITORS & CONSTABLES;
SUMMARY CONVICTIONS AND INDICTABLE OFFENCES,
THEIR PENALTIES, PUNISHMENTS, PROCEDURE, &c.,
DUBLIN: HODGES, FIGGIS & CO.
TO THE PRESENT (THE THIRTEENTH) EDITION.
Since the publication of the last edition of this work many useful and important statutes affecting the law as administered by justices of the peace have been brought into existence, amongst which we must recognize as the chief “ The Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879" (42 & 43 Vict. c. 49).
This statute, passed with the view of amending and improving the summary jurisdiction of the magistracy, though imperfect and incomplete in many particulars, has, upon the whole, been found to work conveniently and to have effected a considerable improvement in the old system. Its various provisions will be found referred to in their appropriate places in the body of the work.
In addition to this important statute, many other Acts connected with the subject of the following pages have since the former edition found their way into the statute book, amongst which may be mentioned— The Canal Boats Act, The Children's Dangerous Performances Act, The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act, The Drugging of Animals Act, various Fishery Acts, The Ground Game Act, The Habitual Drunkards Act, The Highways and Locomotires Act, The Prisons Act, The Suburban (Metropolitan) Races Act, The Weights and Measures Act, &c. &c., each of which will be found referred to in its appropriate place.