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menace or by force, fel. pun. Tr. for life or 7 7 & 8 G.4. yrs. or Impr. not ex. 4 yrs. If a male, to be
once, twice, or thrice pub.
add. to the Impr. 7 & 8
or priv. W. in
Geo. 4. c. 29.
Of the deceased is admissible evidence on an ind. for murder, altho' taken when the prisoner was charged with robbing a manufactory, of which the deceased was guard, and altho' the greater part had been reduced into writing during his absence, if the deposition is afterwards re-sworn in the presence of the prisoner; the deposition being then read over and stated by the deceased to be correct, and the prisoner being asked if he had any questions to put. Rex v. Smith, R. & Ry. C. C. R. 339. 2 Stark. N. P. C. 208.
The judge may order the depositions to be read when a witness upon a trial is giving evidence contradictory to the facts contained in the deposition, in order to impeach the credit
(a) The clerks of Js. should be careful in drawing up the formal introductory part of a deposition, as a very great number of those returned to the judge at the assizes would not be admitted as evidence, if the deponents were dead, by reason of some mistake or omission in point of form. Car. C. L.
of the witness. Rex v. Oldroyd, R. & Ry. C. C. R. 88. Lord Ellenborough and Sir James Mansfield, C. Js. thought the prosecutor had a right to call for it. DISTRESS,
7 & 8 G. 4. Costs of, for rates, taxes, tithes and assessments. All the rules, regulations, clauses, provisions,
penalties, matters and things mentioned in the act 57 Geo. 3. c. 93. limiting the charges of brokers, on distraining for rents not ex. 201. are to extend as far as the same are applicable and capable of being put in execution with respect to any distress or levy for any land tax, assessed taxes, poor rates, church rates, taxes, tithes, highway rates, sewer rates, or any other rates, taxes, impositions or assessments whatever, in all cases where the sum demanded or due shall not ex. the sum 201. 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 17.
And in all cases where the whole of the several sums sought to be levied by distress for different purposes at the same time, shall not ex. the sum of 201. and such costs, and no other, shall be taken as costs and charges of the levy and disposition of such distresses. Id. And all such proceedings may be had against persons transgressing the regulations of the said act, in distraining for such taxes, &c. and all
such persons shall be liable to and incur the 7 & 8 G. 4.
with respect to persons distraining for rent
And, that in any order or judgment of any Js.
before whom any complaint shall be made in
DOGS, Stealing of. (Summary Conviction.)
Geo. 4. c. 30. s. 31. DREDGING,
Pun. for 2nd offence
ex. 12 cal. m. 7 & 8
See Beasts, p. 19, ante.
7 & 8 G.4.
Using any dredge, net, or instrument, or engine 7&8 G.4. whatever, within the limits of any oyster fishery, for the purpose of taking oysters or oyster brood, altho' none shall be actually taken, misd. pun. Fine or Impr. or both, the fine not to ex. 207., nor Impr. to ex. 3 cal. m. 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 29. s. 36.
It will be sufft. in any infor. to describe either by name or otherwise the bed, laying or fishery in which the above offence is com. without
7 & 8G.4. c. 22. s.36.
1 G. 4. c. 4.
9 G. 4. c. 31.
stating the same to be in any particular parish, township or vill. Id.
Not to extend to prevent any person from catching or fishing for floating fish within the limits of any oyster fishery with any net, instrument or engine adapted for taking floating fish only. Id.
See Soldiers, post.
DRIVING FURIOUSLY. See note, p. 60.
If any person shall be maimed or otherwise
Unlawfully and maliciously attempting to drown, suffocate or strangle any person with intent to murder, and aiders and abettors therein, fel. pun. D. 9 Geo. 4. c. 31. s. 11. See Injuries to the Person, post.
(a) The Court cannot allow the expences of the prosecu
tor in cases under this act. Car. C.L. 244.
Breaking into (a) and entering and stealing 7&8 G. 4. therein any chattel, money or valuable security, to any value whatever, fel. pun. D. 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 29. s. 12.
Stealing in a dwelling-house any such property
as aforesaid, to any value whatever, any
Stealing in a dwelling-house any such property
Whether the goods are under the protection of
the dwelling-house, or in the personal care
By clerks and servants, bankers, brokers, agents, &c. See Clerks, p. 38. ante.
Destroying, or damaging with intent to destroy c.30. or render useless, fel. pun. Tr. 7 yrs. or
(a) It is not material to show, in cases of housebreaking, that it was in the day time, or that the property stolen was of any fixed value whatever.