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of Formulist.

Where triable.

As to Bail.

Punishment.

If Costs of Prosecution

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Assizes (Note 42). Compulsory. Fine, or impr. [with No; ex

h. 1., 14 & 15 Vict. cept in c. 100, s. 29], or both. certain

cases. See Arch. Cr. Pl. by Bruce, 16th ed. p. 869.]

See *
Sessions

Id.
The same.

Id. * (see Note 39).

[* The costs are allowed

where the conspiracy is
to charge with or to in-
dict for felony, or to
commit felony, ante, p.
982.]

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the police (34 & 35 Vict. c. 112, s. 8, ante, p. 963), being a crime," as defined by sect. 20, in Note* ante, p. 951.

42 Venue in Cares of Conspiracy-Jurisdiction of the Quarter Sessions in some Cases.] The offenders can be tried in any county, &c., in which it can be proved that an act was done by any one of them in furtherance of their common design (see R. v. Brisac, 4 East, 164), "or, of course, in that in which the conspiracy actually took place.

43 " COUNTY COURTS :'" Cases decided on Offence 152.] The cases decided under this enactment of 9 & 10 Vict. c. 95, s. 57, are, --Reg. v. Evans, 1 Dears. & Bell's C. C. 236;

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COPYRIGHT IN BOOKS.
151. Any person wilfully making or causing to be made a false M. 5 & 6 Vict. c. 45,
entry in the registry book of the Stationers' Company,-

8. 12.
or wilfully producing or causing to be tendered in evi-
dence any paper falsely purporting to be a copy of an
entry in the said book.

COUNTING-HOUSE. See tit. “Housebreaking."

COUNTY COURTS. 152. Forging the seal or any process of the court, —or serving F. 9 & 10 Vict. c. 95, or enforcing any such forged process, knowing the same

S. 57.
to be forged, -

,-or delivering or causing to be delivered to
any person any paper falsely purporting to be a copy of
any summons or other process of the court, knowing the
same to be false,—or acting or professing to act under
any false colour or pretence of the process of the court
(Note 43).
[See also a general provision in 24 & 25 Vict. c. 98,

88. 27, 28, Offences 233, 234, tit. “Forgery.”] CRUELTY. 153. To those of tender years or servants under one's control, M. Common Law.

as by not providing food, &c.,-or deserting infant in
street, &c., -whereby injury to health occasioned.
See Reg. v. Philpott, 1 Dears. C. C. 179 ; 22 L. J. (N.

S.) M. C. 113; Reg. v. Chandler, 24 L. J. (N. S.)

M. C. 109;]* 154. Whosoever shall unlawfully abandon or expose any child, M. 24 & 25 Vict. c. 100,

being under the age of two years, whereby the life of
such child shall be endangered, or the health of such
child shall have been or shall be likely to be permanently
injured.

8. 27.

CURTILAGE BREAKING AND LARCENY. See tit. “House

breaking.”

DANGEROUS GOODS.
155. Delivering specially dangerous goods [i.e., nitro-glycerine M. 29 & 30 Vict. c. 69,
or glenoine oil, 8. 1] to warehouse, owner or carrier,--or

8. 3.
sending, or carrying, or causing to be sent or carried
such goods upon any railway or in any ship, or in any
other public conveyance,-or depositing such goods in
or on any warehouse or quay, without the true name or
description of the goods, with the words “ specially
dangerous" distinctly written, &c., on the outside, or
(in case of delivery to a warehouse-keeper or carman)
without written notice of their description, &c.
MEM. If the offender convicted, show that he did not

know the nature of the goods, he is only liable to a

penalty of not more than £200 ; and if an accused * Reg. v. Castle, 27 L. J. (N. S.) M. C. 70; 1 Dears. & Bell's C. C. 363; Reg. v. Richmond, 1 Bell, C. C. 142; 28 L. J. (N. S.) M. C. 142.

44 “CRUELTY : Cases decided on Ofence 154.] The cases decided under this enact

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152 No. 152, Assizes (5 & 6 Vict. Discretionary. Pen. serv. 7—5 years ;
c. 38, ante, p. 973).

-or impr. not exc. 2
years, h. l., 8. c. and
w. (7 & 8 Geo. 4, c.
28, ss. 8, 9; 20 & 21
Vict. c. 3, s. 2, ante,
p. 1005).

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ment of 24 & 25 Vict. c. 100, s. 27, are,Reg. v. Folkingham, 39 L. J. (N. S.) M. C.
47; 21 Law T., N. S. 679 : Reg. v. White, 45 L. J. (N. S.) M. C. 134 ; 24 Law T., N.
8.637.

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DANGEROUS GOODS-continued. 156. Acting in contravention of this section, which prohibits M. 32 & 33 Vict. c. 113, the importation and exportation of nitro-glycerine.

8. 3. [MEM. The Secretary of State may authorize its importa

tion or exportation ($. 3).]

M. Id. s. 4.

157. Manufacturing, selling, carrying, or otherwise disposing

of, -or having in possession,--any nitro-glycerine with-
out a general or special licence granted by the Secretary
of State.
[MEM. Sect. 5, relating to giring notice, is now spent.]

[See tit. “ Petroleum," Vol. I. p. 662.]

M. Common Law.

DEAD BODIES.
168. Disinterring a dead body (R. v. Lynn, 2 T. R. 733; R. v.

Gillies, R. f Ry. 360, .]

t[See Anatomy Acts, 2 * 3 Vill. 4, c.75, and 34 Vict.
c. 16; and Reg. e. Foist, 1 Dears. F B. C. C. 690.]

DECLARATION. 169. Making a false declaration where it is lawfully received M. 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 62, instead of an affidavit on oath.

8. 21. [See lit. "Perjury."]

DEEDS. See Offence 302, tit. “Larceny," and tits. “Vendors,"

“Forgery," Offence 226. DEER. Sce Offences 293, 294, tit. "Larceny." DEMANDING MONEY WITH MENACES. See Ofence 316,

tit. “Larceny." DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC COMPANIES. See tits. “Fraudulent

Trustees," "Trading Companies.”

DISOBEDIENCE.
160. Of a justice's order,

M. Common Law,

or

161. Of the direction or prohibition of a statute where no

penalty annexed.

DISORDERLY HOUSES (Note 45). 162. Keeping a bawdy house, gaming house, or other dis- M. 25 Geo. 2, c. 36, orderly house.

ss. 5, 6, 8; 58 Geo. 3, [As to Common Gaming Houses, see tit. “Gaming c. 70, 8. 7.

Houses."']

45 “ DISORDERDY HOUSES:" Mode of Proceeding Venue--Costs.] Two inhabitants of the parish give notice to the constable of the fact, who goes forth with with such

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159 No. 159, Assizes (5 & 6 Vict. Compulsory. Fine, or imprisonment,
I p. 539.
c. 38).

or both.
[See tit. “Oaths," Chap.

II. of Part III.]

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Sessions.

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Compulsory. Fine, or imprisonment,

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Sessions (Note 45). Compulsory. Fine [to the crown] or Yes,

impr. [with h. 1., 3 by the Geo. 4, c. 114] or overseers both.

(Note 45).

inhabitants to a justice ; and on such inhabitants making oath that they believe the contents of such notice to be true and entering into a recognizance of £20 each to give

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