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REG. v. (W. W. Kiddle, Principal Officer of the Board of Trade in PAGE

Dublin) v. DivisIONAL JUSTICES OF DUBLIN and G. KIDSTON :
Passenger steamship - Passenger Certificate necessary for

carrying passengers-17 & 18 Vict. c. 104, ss. 303 and 318-
39 & 40 Vict. c. 80, s. 16

379
DUDLEY AND STEPHENS :
Criminal law-Murder-Extreme necessity of hunger-Justifi-

cation - Homicide by necessity-Special verdict — Formal
addition to special verdict-Certiorari—36 & 37 Vict. c. 36,

624

s. 11

DYKES ET UXOR:
Husband and wife-Coercion-Felony-Highway robbery with

violence

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771

F.
REG. v. FLANNAGAN AND HIGGINS :

Indictment for murder—Poison-Accident or design-Evidence

of other deaths with same symptoms-Motive-Admissibility
of_Fresh evidence

403

FLAVELL AND ANOTHER :
Bastardy-Voluntary witness-Refusal to answer questions-

Power of justices to commit to prison-7 & 8 Vict. c. 100,
s. 70-35 & 36 Vict. c. 65, 8. 4...

660
FOOTE :
Practice-Right of appeal- Misdemeanour-Bail–Jurisdiction

--Judicature Act, 1873 (36 & 37 Vict. c. 66), ss. 19, 47 240
C. H. FRANKLIN :
Manslaughter-Unlawful act—Negligence

163

G.
REG. v. GALLAGHER AND OTHERS :

Treason-felony-11 & 12 Vict. c. 12, s. 3-Levying war against

the Queen to compel her by force to change her counsels-
Evidence-Overt act or deed-Corroboration of accomplice ... 291
GAVIN AND OTHERS :
Admission obtained by question — Statement of one prisoner
incriminating others—Admissibility of, against them

656
GILHAM AND OTHERS :
Wild Birds Preservation Act (43 & 44 Vict. c. 35, s. 3)-Autho-
rity of owner or occupier of land

719
(on the prosecution of the GREAT WESTERN Railway Com-
PANY) v. GILMORE :
Plea of autrefois acquit-Indictment for felony-Acquittal-

Subsequent indictment for misdemeanour upon same facts-
Statutes 24 & 25 Vict. c. 97, ss. 35, 36, and 24 & 25 Vict.
c. 100, ss. 32, 34 ...

85

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REG. v. GODDARD :

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Evidence- Dying declaration - Consciousness of impending
dissolution...

7

8. 7

H.
REG. v. HARRIS AND ATKINS :

Arson-Setting fire to a picture frame in a house, and so setting
fire to the floor of the house-Intent-24 & 25 Vict. c. 97,

75
HOLLIS :
Larceny–Ringing the changes-Money obtained by a trick 345

HOLMES :
Jurisdiction-False pretence-Posting the letter containing the
pretence-Obtaining of money thereby

... 343
F. HORN:
False pretences—Previous conviction-Term of penal servitude
Amendment of sentence...

... 205

J.
REG. v. ANNIE JOHNSON :

Abduction of child—24 & 25 Vict. c. 100, s. 56–Evidence 481

JONES :
Bigamy-Cohabitation-Continuance of cohabitation doubtful
-Presumption of law

.... 284
JONES :
Obtaining goods by false pretences--Necessity for proof that

the goods were delivered on the faith of the false pretence ... 475

K.
Reg. v. KAIN AND OTHERS :

Practice-Criminal trial-Right of reply

... 388

L.
REG. v. LABOUCHERE; DUKE OF VALLAMBROSA'S CASE:

Libel-Libel on a deceased individual-Criminal information

-Applicant a foreign nobleman resident abroad—Principles
on which criminal information should be granted

415
LAVANDIER, TRESSARD, LANDAIS, PATUREAU, AND SCHWARTZ :
Extradition Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c. 52), ss. 10, 26–Extra-
dition crime-Fugitive criminal-Duty of magistrate

329
LITTLE :
Indictment for rape-Contradictory statements by witness-

Admissibility of evidence - Complaints of prosecutrix
28 & 29 Vict. c. 18, s. 3 ...

319
LOWE:
Evidence - Bankruptcy - Notices in the London Gazette
Cuttings from the Gazette

286

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... 757

M.
REG. v. MACDONALD :

Larceny by bailee-Contract by infant-Hire and purchase

system-Conversion of hired goods during bailment-Special
property-24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 3
MALLORY :
Indictment for receiving goods, knowing them to be stolen-

Evidence of guilty knowledge-Statement of price of articles
produced by wife as in prisoner's presence, as made out at his
direction

456
(on the prosecution of the Commissioners of the Treasury) v.
JUSTICES OF MIDDLESEX :
Prisons-Superannuation of officers-Liability of county for

-Prisons Act, 1877 (40 & 41 Vict. c. 21), s. 36-Superannua-
tion Act, 1859 (22 Vict. c. 26), s. 7
MILLHOUSE :
Practice-Statement by prisoner-Witnesses called by prisoner 622
MORBY :
Manslaughter-Infant—Neglect of parent to supply medical
aid-Evidence

35

347

N.

REG. v. MAGGIE NATTRASS:

Arson-Setting fire to things in a building under such circum-

stances that if a building were thereby set fire to, the offence
would amount to felony–24 & 25 Vict. c. 97, s. 7

73

0.
Req. v. O'BRIEN AND ANOTHER :

Pleading—Counts for stealing at common law and under statute

-Autrefois acquit
O'CONNOR AND BROWN :
False pretence-Winning at tossing with coins by fraud and

ill-practice-8 & 9 Vict. c. 109, s. 17—“Game, sport, pastime,

29

or exercise"

3

WILLIAM OSMAN:
Murder-Evidence-Dying declarations ...

1

P.
Reg. v. PERRY :

Libel-Letters from employer to employed—Privileged occasion 169
POOLE:
Refusal to set aside a judgment in murder-Venire de novo-

Want of proper notice of intention to try before a special
jury - Jury not properly summoned — The Prevention of
Crime (Ireland) Act, 1882, s. 4...

368

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Reg. v. POWELL:

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False pretences—Obtaining premium on policy of insurance-

Policy treated as lapsed - Suppression of material facts-
Knowledge by prisoner of facts which would have prevented
payment-Misrepresentation by conduct

... 568
PRICE:
Cremation-Common nuisance

... 389

R.
REG. v. RAMBAY AND FOOTE :

Blasphemous libel, definition of-Evidence of publication-
Editor or publisher

... 231
JOSIAH RATCLIFFE :
Rape-Child between twelve and thirteen years old-38 & 39
Vict. c. 94, s. 4 ...

... 127
(P. Keogh) v. RECORDER OF DUBLIN :
The Debtor's (Ireland) Act, 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 57)-Order

of commitment for non-payment of instalments—Not acted
on-Expiration of time during which order was in force-
Second order of commitment for non-payment of same instal-
ments-Writ of prohibition

376
RITSON:
Receiving goods knowing them to have been stolen-Evidence

-Account given by the prisoner-Evidence to negative it ... 478
ROBSON:
Embezzlement-Moneys belonging to co-partnership-Asso-

ciation for gain or profit-Young Men's Christian Association
-31 & 32 Vict. c. 116, s. 1
ROSE:
Murder-Parricide in defence of mother-Reasonable belief of

necessity
ROWLANDS, WILLIAMS, AND J. WILLIAMS :
Debtors Act, 1869–32 & 33 Vict. c. 62, s. 13, sub-sect. 3-

Intent to defraud creditors—Evidence of intent to defeat and
delay one creditor only–Meaning of “any person ” in
sect. 13

31

... 772

... 540

S.
REG. v. SHIMMIN:

Criminal trial-Prisoner's statement-Counsel-Right of reply 122

SIMPSON:
Bigamy-Proof of first marriage ...

323
SPEED:
False pretences-Existing fact-Evidence

24
STEPHENSON :
Coroner-Interference with-Obstruction of course of justice

-Jurisdiction of coroner-Burning body after appointment
and before holding of inquest-Misdemeanour

... 679

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T.
REG. v. TAYLOR :

Practice-Postponement of case-Danger to publicInfectious
witnesses

8
TAYLOR AND BOYNES :
Conspiracy to defraud-False pretences—Combining together

to enforce by means of legal process payment of pretended
debt

265

TAYLOR AND BOYNES :
Conspiracy to defraud-Abuse of legal process—Attempt to

obtain money by false pretences-Evidence- An attorney
combining with his client to enforce payment of money
known not to be really owing, and making false representa-
tions with that object

... 268
TOWNSHEND :
Larceny Act, 1861, s. 80—Banker and customer-Trustee of

proceeds of goods—Hypothecation note-Bills of Sale Acts-
What documents within...

466

TREVELLI AND OTHERS :
Practice-Trial of several prisoners jointly-Witnesses for

defence—Limits of reply of counsel for the prosecution 289

... 321

W.
REG. v. MARY WARD :

Commissions of general gaol delivery-Incorrigible rogues

Jurisdiction-Home Office-Circular of March, 1883
WEBSTER:
Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1885–Girl under sixteen-

Suffering to resort to or be in or upon premises for unlawful
purposes—Daughter living with mother-Mother permitting
prostitution of daughter-48 & 49 Vict. c. 69, ss. 6, 12 775
WEIL:
Extradition—" Apprehension "-Detention of persons already

in custody-Extradition Act, 1870, s. 8-Court of Appeal-

Jurisdiction-Habeas Corpus—Judicature Act, 1873, ss. 19, 47 189
WELLARD :
Public place—Indecent exposure-Witnesses of offence tres-

passing at time of commission-Place to which public have
access, but no legal right of access

559

I.

REG. v. YATES :

Criminal informations against proprietors of newspapers for

libel-Newspaper Libel Act, 1881-Fiat of the Director of
Public Prosecutions not necessary for criminal informations... 272

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