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p. 688.

p. 692.

P. 694.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703.
POOR-continued.
(2) Offences by workhouse masters, 686—688.
receiving or carrying, &c. spirits into workhouse contrary to rules,

0. 30, 31, p. 686.
punishing poor person corporally, or abusing and illtreating him, or

otherwise misconducting himself, 0. 32—36, p. 686.
omitting to hang up in workhouse copy of certain sections of Poor Lar

Act, 0. 37, p. 688.
(3) Offences in workhouses or asylums, 688—692.

bringing, &c. spirits into workhouse, O. 38, 39, p. 688.
inmate damaging or embezzling clothing, O. 40-42, p. 688.
refusing to work, guilty of drunkenness or misbehaviour, &c., 0.43—45,
offences by casual and other paupers under 34 & 35 Vict. c. 105,

0. 46–52, p. 690.
absconding from workhouse with clothes, &c., 0. 53, p. 692.
(4) Other offences, 692_694.

buying parish goods, &c., 0.54–56, p. 692.
defacing marks, &c., 0. 57, p. 692.
persons guilty of malpractices at election of guardians, O. 58, p. 692.
clerk of union assessment committee refusing inspection of proceedings

0. 59, p. 692.
persons refusing to attend committee or produce rate books, 0. 60,
neglecting to pay money for maintenance of relative under order, 0.61,
persons relieved out of workhouse refusing to work, 0. 62, p. 694.
parents neglecting their children, whereby health injured, 0.63, p. 694.
jurisdiction of justices in unions, 678.
appeal, 682, 683
officer of union, definition of, 597, 681.
offences against workhouse rules of commissioners, what are, 689.

offences by casual paupers, what are, 691.
(Indictable Offences :)
parish officers promoting marriage of mother of bastard child impro-

perly, 0. 419, p. 1152.
wilfully injuring, &c. poor-rate book, or giving false evidence before

assessment committee, O. 420, p. 1152.
persons employed in execution of warrant for removal of Irish poor,

deserting pauper on the journey, 0. 421, p. 1152.
(Special Sessions :)
(1) Appointment of overseers, &c. :
when for parishes in counties, 1302.
appointment in cities, towns, &c., 1303.
appeal against appointment, 1304.

for extra-parochial places, 1304.
(2) Recovery of union contributions :

complaint against overseers, 1306.
witnesses, 1307.

proofs, 1307.
(3) Appeals against rates or union assessments :

as to, 1308.
appointment of special sessions for appeals, 1308.
adjournment, 1309.
powers of special sessions, 1309.
appeals from decision, 1309.
mode of giving notice, 1309.
notice for objection and notice to guardians, 1310.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703.
POOR-continued.
(3) Appeals against rates or union assessments-continued.
not to inquire into liability, 1311.
powers of special sessions, 1311.
notice of appeal, 1310.
procedure, 1311.

awarding costs, 1311.
(Petty Sessions :)
(1) Appointment of assistant overseers :

as to, 1539.
(2) Removal of the poor :
removal of the poor generally, 1540.
appeal against orders of removal, 1542.
recovery of costs on appeals heard, 1543.
recovery of costs on abandoned order, 1543.
recovery of maintenance on an order, 1543.
recovery of maintenance under a suspended order, 1543.
removal of natives who are paupers in Scotland, 1543.
removal of natives who are paupers in Ireland, 1545.
Isles of Man, Scilly, Jersey and Guernsey paupers, 1545.

vagrants, 1545.
(3) Relief and its recovery, and poor-houses :

relief in urgent cases, or medical relief, 1545.
relief out of the workhouse to old persons, 1545.
attaching wages, 1546.

recovery of poor-houses, 1546.
(4) Maintenance of relations :

under the act of Elizabeth-alteration of the law after July, 1868..1546.
of lunatic married women, 1547.

of married women relieved without husband, 1549.
(5) Overseers not accounting or paying balances :

overseers not accounting, 1549.

recovery of balance found by union auditor, 1549.
(6) Making of the poor rate :

as to, 1550.
rating owners instead of occupiers, 1550.
privileges of occupiers and owners, 1550.
matters to be inserted in rates, 1552.

date of rate and publication, 1553.
(7) Allowance of rates :

as to, 1553.
publication, 1553.

excusing rates, 1560.
(Divided Parishes and Poor Law Amendment Act, 1876).
Local Government Board may make provision for divided parishes,

1554.
objections by one-tenth of the ratepayers, 1554.
state of parishes after new order, 1554.
ecclesiastical divisions and municipal boundaries not to be affected, 1554.
provision for highway district, 1555.
overseers to be appointed for the parish so created, 1555.
provision for compensation, 1555.

adjustment to be made for property and debts, 1555.
Poor Law Amendments,

husbands and wives.in workhouses, 1555.
Local Government Board under certain circumstances may dissolve a

union, 1555.
division of parish into wards for election of guardians, 155.5.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703.
POOR-continued.
Poor Law Amendments-continued.

change of name of union, 1556.
persons who have received parish relief within the year not to vote at

election of guardians, 1556.
guardians of unions, &c. may pay for information required for the

effectual discharge of their duties, 1556.
the 7 & 8 Vict. c. 101, s. 25, extended, 1556.
provisions against persons who desert their families, 1556.
jurisdiction of justices to make orders on husband of a lunatic, 1556.
extension of 7 & 8 Vict. c. 101, s. 26..1656.
extension of the 12 & 13 Vict. c. 103, s. 14.. 1557.
trustees may pay cost of pauper's relief out of annuity payable to such
costs in bastardy, 1558.
recovery of costs of guardians of parish, 1558.
provision for pauper lunatics sent from borough to licensed houses and

registered hospitals, 1558.
repeal of sect. 1 of the 56 Geo. 3, c. 139.. 1558.
boys in receipt of relief, who are desirous of it, may be forwarded by

the guardians for examination for the naval service, 1558.
balances of outgoing overseers, 1559.
repeal of exemption of corporate property, 1559.
broker's charges, 1559.
justices to make allowances to clerks of justices in respect of jury Lists,

1559.
appointment by guardians of visiting officer, 1559.
The Law of Settlement,

settlement by residence, 1559.

abolition of derivative settlements, 1559.
PORTS AND NAVIGABLE RIVERS. See “Ships' Ballast."

pauper, 1557.

PORTS (DESTROYING WORKS OF). See “ Malicious Injuries."
POST OFFICE,
(Indictable Offences,)

offences relating to, O. 422—428, p. 1152.
offences against--where triable, 25.
offences as to ship letters, 0. 1-3, p. 864.
misconduct of persons in conveying letters, 0. 4, p. 864.
collecting, conveying or delivering, &c. otherwise than in ordinary

course of post, 0. 5, p. 864.
giving false account of assault or robbery, loitering on road, not using

due care, &c. for delivery of bags, 0. 6, p. 866.
conveying letters otherwise than by post, 0. 7, p. 866.
as to seamen's or soldiers' letters, 0. 8-10, p.

866.
writing in newspapers sent by post, O. 11, p. 866.
abettors, 0. 12, p. 868.
recovery of postage, 1560.

recovery of postage of rejected letters, 1560.
POUND-BREACH. See“ Escape,' " " Highways."

rescuing cattle distrained for rent or damage feasant, 0. 439, p. 1134.
(Summary Convictions,)

releasing cattle impounded for being found on inclosed land, 0, 1, p. 694.
damaging pound, lock, &c., 0. 2, p. 694.
the like, on highways, 0. 60, 61, p. 492.
the like, on turnpike roads, 0. 107, 108, p. 808.
meaning of words “ other beast or cattle,” 694.

P. 696.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703.
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF ACCUSED,

as to, 941–970.
PRETENCES, FALSE. See False Pretences."
PREVENTION OF CRIMES ACT, 1871. See “ Constables," Convicts,"

Dealers in Old Metals."
PREVIOUS CONVICTION,

as to proof of, upon a summary hearing, 187, 188.
mode of charging, evidence of, 1112.

proof of, upon hearing a charge of an indictable offence, 952.
PRINCIPALS IN SECOND DEGREE,

how punishable, O. 440—444, p. 1154.
PRINT WORKS. See “ Factories and Workshops."
PRINTERS,

not keeping copy of any paper they print for six months, &c., 0. 1,
not printing their names, &c. on every paper and book, 0. 2, p. 696.

publishing, &c. paper on which printer's name not printed, 0.3, p. 696.
PRISONER. See “ Accused."

property of, when to be restored, 968.
PRISONS. See “ Escape," Gaols and Houses of Correction," Naval
Prisons,"

," Prison Breach and Rescue.
appointment of visiting committee to prisons, 1561.
duties of visiting committee, 1561.

visits to prison by any justice, 1562.
PRIVATE FRIENDS,

as to licensed persons supplying liquor to, 525, 1296.
PRIVATE LUNATIC ASYLUMS. See Lunatics."
PRIVIES. See " Public Health."
PRIZE FIGHTS,

as to, 1563.

persons present and aiding thereat, 0. 445, p. 1156.
PROCEDENDO,

when to issue, 57.

PROCEDURE,

upon the hearing of a charge of an indictable offence, 943.

no right of reply upon such a charge, 943.
PROCEDURE IN PETTY SESSIONS,

as to, 127.
to what cases the 11 & 12 Vict. c. 43 applies, 128.
to what cases it does not apply, 129.

PROFESSIONAL MEN,

allowances for attending before magistrates, quarter sessions and assizes,

993.

PROMISSORY NOTES,

publishing or uttering for less than 208., O. 1, p. 696.
negotiating same, O. 2, p. 696.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703. PROPERTY OF PRISONER,

when to be restored, 968. PROPERTY, OWNERSHIP OF,

how to be described, 151. PROSECUTION OF OFFENCES ACT, 1880. See "Public Prosecutor.” PROSECUTOR,

binding over to prosecute, 971. PROSTITUTE. See Contagious Diseases at Naral and Military Stations."

PUBLIC COMMISSIONERS. See “ Commissioners, Public."

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS,

as to proof of, 100.

PUBLIC HEALTH,

(Summary Convictions :)
(1) Sewerage and drainage :

offences as to, 0. 1–3, pp. 698-700. (2) Priries, water-closets, fe. :

offences as to, 0. 4–6, pp. 700—702. (3) Scarenging and cleansing :

offences as to, 0. 7-11, pp. 702—704. (4) Water supply:

offences as to, 0. 12, p. 104. (5) Cellar dwellings and lodging-houses :

offences as to, O. 13, 14, pp. 704–706. (6) Common lodging-houses :

offences as to, O. 15—18, pp. 706–708. (7) Houses let in lodgings :

as to, 708. (8) Nuisances :

offences as to, 0. 19--21, pp. 708—710. (9) Offensive trades :

offences as to, O. 22, 23, pp. 710—712. (10) Unsound meat :

offences as to, O. 24-26, p. 712. (11) Infectious diseases and hospitals :

offences as to, O. 27-33, pp. 714—716.
(12) Highways and streets, O. 34, 35, p. 716.
(13) Miscellaneous :

various offences, 0. 36–42, p. 718.
definitions, 697—699.
restriction upon

the

recovery of penalties, 700.
appeal, 700.
notices may be printed or written, 702.
authentication of notices, 702.
service of notices, &c., 703.
appearance of local authority in legal proceedings, 704.
common lodging-house, interpretation of term, 706.
definition of nuisances, 709.
authentication of bye-laws, 716.
evidence of bye-laws, 719.

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