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A Series of Reports of Important Decisions in Criminal and Quasi-
of the Principal Matters.
W. J. TREMEEAR,
OF THE TORONTO BAR.
R. R. CROMARTY,
32 and 34 Toronto Street.
Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Five by R. R. Cromarty,
at the Department of Agriculture.
LIBRARY OF THE
CASES REPORTED, VOL. VIII.
(ONT.) Forgery-Extended statutory definition-False letter of introduction-Intent to prejudice-Uttering forged document—Knowledge of falsity and intent-Cr. Code, secs. 422, 424.
189 (Also reported, 7 O.L.R. 327.)
AH WOOEY, R. v.
(B.C.) Form of oath for Chinese witness—"Chicken oath," when the preferable mode.
AHO, R. v.
(B.C.) Manslaughter-Circumstances-Shifting onus of proof upon accused—Wound inflicted upon deceased in prisoner's company-Failure of prisoner to give an account—Comment upon in charging the jury-Failure of accused to testify-Statement excluded as dying declaration-Inquiry as to admissibility in presence of jury-Cr. Code sec. 230—Canada Evidence Act, sec. 4. 453
ASHLEY, EX PARTE.
(QUE.) Public morals—Police regulation - Provincial legislative power-Delegation to municipal corporations-Montreal Charter, 1874, 37 Vict. (Que.) c. 51—Indecencies in theatre performances—“Public place," meaning ofCr. Code, secs. 179, 207.
BENNER, R. v.
(N.B.) Summary trial-Jurisdction Police magistrates of cities and incorporated towns-County magistratesStatutory powers within city under provincial legislation-Cr. Code, secs. 785(2).
398 (Also reported 35 N.B.R. 632.)