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BIGELOW, R. v.

(N.S.) Summary convictions—Intermixing of trials—Three consecutive trials for similar offences—Decisions on questions of guilt at conclusion of evidence in each, but question of punishment reserved-Penalties imposed in all three cases at once-Liquor license offencesSecond conviction as for third offence-Time of first and second offences to support same-Statutory interrogation as to prior offences charged-Defendant absent but represented by counsel-Liquor License Act, R.S. N.S., c. 100—Cr. Code, sec. 855.

132

BLACK, K. v.

(ONT.) Habeas corpus-Material upon application for writPrisoner's affidavit or evidence of his coercion required -Threatening personal injury-Finding sureties to keep the peace-Cr. Code, sec. 959.

465

BLACKLEY, R. v.

(QUE.) Criminal libel-Private prosecution for—Entry of nolle prosequi by Attorney-General-Liability or private prosecutor for costs—Discharge on nolle prosequi a “judg. ment for defendant”-Cr. Code, secs. 302, 732, 833. 405

BOUTILIER, R. v.

(N.S.)
Habeas corpus-Warrant of commitment-Conviction
-Stating time of offence in general terms—Validating
statute-Within six months before the information-
“Last past," meaning of-Liquor License Act, R.S.N.S.
c. 100, sec. 143.

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BRAUN, R. v.

(Man.) Wilfully damaging an "artificial inland water”-Meaning of Provincial Government drain not includedCr. Code, sec. 499 (C.), sub-sec. (c).

397

BREEN, R. v.

(N.S.) Summary hearing-Information not shewing offence within statutory limit-Evidence at hearing insufficient to prove offence-Prohibition pending magistrate's deliberation on finding-Liquor License Act, R.S.N.S. (1900), c. 100—N.S. Crown Rules 72—Cr. Code, sec. 841.

146

BRINE, R. v.

(N.S.) Unlawful dealing with soldier's necessaries-Pawning war medal-Army Act, 1881 (Imp.)--Conviction for buying, exchanging, taking in pawn, detaining or receiving—Charge of one offence only-Cr. Code, secs. 883, 907.

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BULLOCK, R. v.

(ONT.)
Speedy trial-Separate charges against accused for dis-
tinct offences-Proceeding with trial of one after hear-
ing evidence in another and before the latter is con-
cluded—Intermixing of trials-Cr. Code, sec. 772.
(Also reported, 6 O.L.R. 663.)

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BURKE, R. v., (No. 2).

(N.S.)
Summary hearing before justices - Separate charges
against accused for similar offences—Adjournment of
trial of first after taking evidence—Hearing second
charge before first disposed of—Evidence in first case
likely to influence magistrate in the other—Conviction
in second case invalid for want of jurisdiction, although
first charge dismissed-Cr. Code, sec. 855.
(Also reported, 36 N.S.R. 408.)

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CALLAGHAN, R. v.

(ONT.) Leave to appeal-Application to Court of Appeal-Admission of irrelevant testimony-Refusing leave unless substantial wrong occasioned at trial-Theft by agentMisappropriation of proceeds of sale-Denial of agency and claim of ownership by accused — Evidence of intoxication of accused adduced for the prosecution-Cr. Code, secs. 308, 744, 746.

143

CARMICHAEL, EX PARTE,

(N.S.) Assault Summary trial-Hard labour upon imprisonment-Sentence actually pronounced, not including hard labour-Variance of formal conviction and warrant of commitment from the minute of adjudicationCr. Code, secs. 265, 785, 955(6).

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CHANTLER, RE.

(ONT.) Records of criminal courts-Inspection and copies of proceedings-"Persons affected by the record_Courts of General Sessions in Ontario-Receiving stolen cattle -Conviction of person from whom received for the theft -Other convictions against same person—R.S.O. 1897, vol. 3, ch. 324, sec. 11–Cr. Code, sec. 314.

245 (Also reported, 8 O.L.R. 111.)

CHICOYNE, R. v.

(QUE.) Liquor license-Physicians prescribing and filling prescriptions — Intoxicating liquor prescribed — Quebec License Law, sec. 105.

507

COHEN, RE.

(ONT.) Extradition-Receiving stolen merchandise-Convention of 1889 with U.S.A.--"Money, valuable security or other property"-Ejusdem generis rule-Failure to repudiate incriminating statements-Conduct as proof of guilty knowledge Commissioner's rejection of evidence for prosecution not reviewable on habeas corpus-Extradition Act, R.S.C. 1886, ch. 142, sec. 10.

251 (Also reported, 8 O.L.R. 143.)

COHEN, EX PARTE.

(QUE.) Extradition-Arrest without warrant illegal-Release of prisoner before subsequent arrest under warrantHabeas copus-Control of custody after issue of writRe-arrest pending the motion for discharge-Extradition Act, R.S.C. 1886, ch. 142.

312 COLE v. COOKE.

(QUE.) Military law-Limited application of The Army Act and the King's Regulations to Canadian Volunteer Corps Refusal of commanding officer to call “voluntary parade" of regiment-Arrest by direction of senior officer - Court martial — Illegality -- Damages — Absence of malice-Militia Act (Can.), sec. 82—Militia Regulations and Orders, Art. 219.

300

COOLEN, FRANK, R. v.

(N.S.) Summary trial-Conviction for lesser offence included in that charge Assault occasioning bodily harm-Common assault—“Count,” meaning of—Cr. Code, secs. 3 (1), 262, 265, 713.

157 (Also reported, 36 N.S.R. 510.)

COOTE, R. v.

(B.C.) Perjury committed in civil action-Admissibility for defence of defendant's other depositions taken in civil action Form of indictment-Surplusage-Refusal of admissible evidence a “substantial wrong"-Cr. Code, secs. 146, 611, 616, 746.

199 (Also reported, 10 B.C.R. 285.)

CORNELL, R. v.

(N.W.T.) Extortion. Causing service of summons for offence punishable on summary conviction—Intent of person serving, but not of complainant to extort—"Document containing accusation"-Evidence-Letter written by person served to facilitate payment of money extortedCruelty to animals—Wantonly cruelly or unnecessarily beating or abusing-Describing the offence--Cr. Code, secs. 406, 512, 611.

416

COTÉ, R. v.

(QUE.) Summary trial-Jurisdiction--Habeas corpus Defect apparent upon warrant of commitment-CertiorariOrdering costs against prosecutor on discharging accused-Cr. Code, secs. 782, 783.

393 (Also reported, 25 Que. S.C. 33.)

DENAULT v. ROBIDA.

(QUE.) Summary conviction—Taking the depositions in writing-Certiorari—Waiver of right of appeal—Cr. Code, secs. 590, 856. 857, 881.

501

DICKEY, RE (No. 1.).

(N.S.) Extradition–Telegram from foreign police office asking arrest-Arrest without Canadian warrant invalidDischarge on habeas corpus—Canadian Extradition Act, R.S.C. 1886, ch. 142, sec, 6.

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DICKEY, RE, (No. 2).

(N.S.) Extradition-Information, form of—Proof that accused is in Canada or is suspected of being in CanadaSworn information on information and belief onlyGrounds of belief—Warrant of arrest in extraditionExecution by constable informant-Illegal arrestR.S.C. 1886, ch. 142, secs. 2(d), 6.

321

DOWNIE v. VANCOUVER ENGINEERING WORKS

(B.C.)
Alien labor laws—Encouraging importation of foreign-
ers under contract of employment-Advertising for
workmen--"Promise of employment,” meaning of-
Alien Labor Acts, 60-61 Vict. (Can.), ch. 11 and 1
Edw. VII. (Can.), ch. 13.
(Also reported, 10 B.C.R. 367.)

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DUFFY, EX PARTE.

(N.B.) Assault causing bodily harm-Conviction for common assault after preliminary enquiry-Certiorari—Cr. Code, secs. 262, 265, 591.

277

FOSTER, R. v.

(ONT.) Physicians and surgeons—Ontario Medical Act-Unregistered person using title or description implying legal qualification to practise Penalty-EvidenceDoor plate with word “Doctor”—R.S.O. 1897, ch. 176,

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