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GRAVES, Ex parte; Re GRAVES :

Bankruptcy-Convicted felon-Liability to be made bankrupt-

Felony Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c. 23), ss. 7 and 8-Bank-

ruptcy Act (1869), s. 6, sub-sect. 6

118

GUARDIANS OF THE ENNISKILLEN UNION (complainants) v. HILLARD

(defendant) :

Adulteration of food-Notice of intention to submit to analysis

- Contract to supply milk_Corporation aggregate-Pur-

chaser—Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875 (38 & 39 Vict.

c. 63), s. 14

643

HUBERT AND Co., Ex parte :

Newspaper libel-Fiat for criminal prosecution-Discretion of

the Director of Public Prosecutions—44 & 45 Vict. c. 60, s. 3 166

HUNTER V. JOHNSON :

Elementary Education Acts, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c. 75) and

1876 (39 & 40 Vict. c. 79)-Power to impose home lessons-
Detention of child at school after school hours

.. 600

JENKS AND OTHERS (Apps.) v. TURPIN AND ANOTHER (Resps.) :

Common gaming house-Unlawful gaming_Baccarat-Pro-

prietary club-Committee-Players—33 Hen. 8, c. 9–

8 & 9 Vict. c. 109-17 & 18 Vict. c. 38, s. 4...

486

JUSTICES OF MIDDLESEX v. THE QUEEN :

Prisons Act, 1877 (40 & 41 Vict. c. 21)-Superannuation-

Compensation-Apportionment-Superannuation Act, 1859

(22 Vict. c. 26)—Special minute

542

KENNARD V. SIMMONS AND OTHERS :

“Criminal prisoner”—Prisons Acts, 1865 and 1877—Vacci-

nation Act, 1867—Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879—Jervis's

Act, 1848...

397

KNIGHT v. BOWERS :

Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875 (38 & 39 Vict. c. 63), s. 6–

Sale of Food, &c., Act Amendment Act, 1879 (42 & 43 Vict.

c. 30), s. 2— Tradesman supplying different article from that

demanded by purchaser ...

728

LANE (App.) v. COLLINS (Resp.) :

Adulteration—Skim-milk-Deficiency of butter fat-38 & 39

Vict. c. 63, s. 6

LANGRISH (App.) v. ARCHER (Resp.):

Vagrant Act Amendment Act, 1873 - Gaming - - Railway
carriage-Open place to which public have access

194

LAWS v. ELTRINGHAM :

Criminal Law-Malicious injury-Property—Incorporeal right

-24 & 25 Vict. c. 97, s. 52

22

LESLIE, Ex parte; Re GUERRIER:

Bankruptcy-Proof-Felony-Forged acceptances—Deposit to

secure overdraft at bank-Right to prove for overdraft-

Compounding felony

125

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LLOYD V. LLOYD :

Game-Poaching Prevention Act Person seen by constable

with rabbits in possession on highway-Flight of accused
and pursuit by constable-Search of accused and seizure of
rabbits 200 yards from highway-Accused and rabbits never
out of constable's sight-Validity of information and con-
viction-25 & 26 Vict. c. 114, s. 2

767
Mews v. THE QUEEN :

Maintenance of criminal lunatic-Prisons Act, 1877 (40 & 41
Vict. c. 21), ss. 4 and 57

185

MOGUL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED, v. MCGREGOR, Gow, AND Co.,

AND OTHERS :

Conspiracy-Restraint of trade-Combination of shipowners-

Circulars-Interim injunction

740

MULLINS v. THE TREASURER OF THE COUNTY OF SURREY :

Prisons Act, 1877 (40 & 41 Vict. c. 21), ss. 4, 57, 61-Expenses

of conveying prisoner to prison-Meaning of “ committal to

prison

9

NALLY AND OTHERS v. THE QUEEN :

Certiorari-Conviction in Superior Court-Removal of record-

Jurisdiction

638

O'BRIEN (W.), Ex parte :

Criminal information-Preliminary investigation before magis-

trates-Seditious libel-Evidence-Truth of seditious libel

not a subject of inquiry before magistrates—6 & 7 Vict. c. 96

-44 & 45 Vict. c. 60, s. 4

180

O’KELLY V. HARVEY :

Justice of the peace-Dispersing assembly believed to be

unlawful-Authority to disperse-Apprehended breach of the

peace-Duty of a justice of the peace ...

435

Piot, Ex parte:

Extradition - Foreign warrant - Warrant of committal

Sufficiency of description of offence—"Fraud by an agent
-Extradition Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c. 52), s. 10—Treaty
with France, 1876—24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 75

208

POINTON AND ANOTHER v. HILL:

Vagrancy Act (5 Geo. 4, c. 83)-Idle and disorderly persons

-Men on strike collecting alms for their fellow-workmen-

Begging in the streets

461

REYNOLDS, Ex parte; Re REYNOLDS :

Evidence-Witness—Privilege-Question tending to criminate 108

RIDGWAY (App.) v. WARD (Resp.) :

Bread, sale of–Baker not provided with scales and weights-

Delivery of bread from a cart at a customer's house in pur-

suance of a previous order—6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 37, s. 7

603

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...

...

AND OTHERS :

REG. v. (on the prosecution of Sir HENRY TYLER, M.P.) BRADLAUGA PAGE

Criminal Law-Libel-Newspaper-Charge of libel not con

tained in original summons withdrawn before police magis-
trate-Counts subsequently added to indictment containing
charge of libel so withdrawn-Consent of court-Vexatious
Indictments Amendment Act, 1867, and Newspaper Libel
Act, 1881–22 & 23 Vict. c. 17, s. 1—30 & 31 Vict. c. 35,
s. 1—44 & 45 Vict. c. 60, ss. 3, 6

156
JAMES BRAY :
Pleading-Indictment—Non-use of statutable word—24 & 25
Vict. c. 100, s. 18

197
BREDIN:
24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 75–Direction in writing-Vendee of
goods—Undertaking by, whether within statute

412 BRITTLETON AND BATE : Criminal law-Husband and wife-Wife indicted for stealing

husband's property-Admissibility of husband's evidence 431
S. BROWN :
Attempt to murder-Taking out a pistol from pocket-Pistol
seized by bystander–24 & 25 Vict. c. 100, ss. 14, 15 ... ... 199.
BURGESS :
Compounding a felony-Indictment-Absence of allegation of

abstention from prosecution-Commission of offence by other
than owner of stolen property-Theft-bote

779
BUTT:
Falsification of Accounts Act, 1875—Making and concurring

in making false entry-False memorandum handed by col-
lector to employer's cash clerk—Memorandum copied by cash
clerk into cash book-38 & 39 Vict. c. 24, s. 1

... 564

C.
REG. v. CARR AND WILSON :

Felonious receiving-Bonds stolen from a British ship in a
foreign river-Admiralty jurisdiction

... 129
CARTER :
Evidence-Receiving stolen property-Guilty knowledge-

Possession of other property stolen within preceding twelve
months-Prevention of Crimes Act, 1871° (34 & 35 Vict.
c. 112), s. 19

448
JUDGES AND JUSTICES OF THE CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT :
Central Criminal Court-Superior Court mandamus4 & 5
Will. 4, c. 36

324
CHITTENDEN AND ANOTHER :
Traction engine - User on narrow road — Indictment for
obstruction

725

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REG. v. JANE CLARK :

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Nuisance-Exposing the dead body of a child in a public
highway-Common law misdemeanour

... 171
COADY:
1 & 2 Will. 4, c. 44 (Whiteboy Act), s. 3—Unlawful notice-

Declaring person “boycotted” and to be shunned-Con-
struction of-Question for the jury

89
COLCLOUGH:
Collateral documents—Uttering—Evidence of guilty know.

ledge—Admissibility of evidence-Functions of judge and
jury

92
CONEY, GILLIAM, AND TULLY:
Prize fight-Illegality-Spectators–Encouraging—Aiding and
Abetting-Evidence

46
THE JUSTICES OF CORK:
Justices of the peace-Sureties for good behaviour-Summons

-Objection of several distinct offences charged-Party
accused as witness—Criminal proceeding

149
(on the prosecution of REYNOLDS) v. THE JUSTICES OF THE
COUNTY OF CORK :
Certiorari-Sureties to be of good behaviour-34 Edw. 3, c. 1
-Jurisdiction of magistrates-Evidence-Affidavit ...

78
Cox AND RAILTON :
Solicitor and client-Privilege-Communication prior to com-

mission of crime-Indictment of client-Admissibility of

evidence of solicitor-Professional employment
CURTIS :
Manslaughter-Neglect of duty-Refusal of medical assistance

by relieving officer - Destitute person - Local Government
orders—General Order (Consolidated), 24th July, 1847, art.
215 (3), and Outdoor Relief Regulation Order, 14th Dec.
1852, arts. 5 and 7

746

1

... 611

D.
REG. v. DAVIS AND WAGSTAFFE :

Manslaughter-Injury causing medical treatment necessary,

Death resulting during an operation under medical advice ... 174
DEASY AND OTHERS :
Treason-felony-Purpose of instrument-Treasonable intention

-Evidence-Burden of proof ...
DE BANKS :
Embezzlement-Larceny-Sale by a person authorised to sell,

and fraudulent appropriation by him of the price
DEE:
Married woman Carnal connection - Consent obtained by
fraud-Rape

579

... 334

... 450

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