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Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703. PUBLIC HEALTH-continued. (Petty Sessions :) (1) As to legal proceedings :

prosecution of offences and recovery of penalties, 1564. general provisions as to summary proceedings, 1564. restriction on the recovery of penalties, 1564. application of penalties, 1564. justices may act though members of local authority, or liable to contri.

bute, 1565. appearance of local authority in legal proceedings, 1565. proceedings not to be quashed for want of form, 1565.

appeal to quarter sessions, 1565. (2) Sewers and drains :

as to, 1565. (3) Ditches (offensive) and collections of matter : provision for obtaining order for cleansing offensive ditches lying near

to or forming the boundaries of districts, 1565. (4) Power to close polluted wells, fc. :

as to, 1566.
(5) Nuisances, abatement of :

local authority to serve notice requiring abatement of nuisance, 1566.
on non-compliance, complaint to be made to a justice, 1566.
power of court to make an order dealing with a nuisance, 1567.
order of prohibition in case of house unfit for human habitation, 1567.
penalty for contravening order, 1567.
appeal against order, 1567.
power of entry under order, 1567.

power of an individual to complain to a justice of a nuisance, 1568. (6) Offensive trades : duty of urban authority to complain to a justice of a nuisance arising

from an offensive trade, 1568. (7) Unsound meat, fc. : power of medical officer of health, &c. to inspect meat, &c., 1569. power of justices to order destruction of unsound meat and to impose a

penalty, 1569. search warrant may be granted by a justice, 1570. (8) Mortuaries :

as to, 1570. (9) Arbitration :

as to, 1570. (10) Entry on land for the purposes of the act :

as to, 1571. PUBLIC NON-JUDICIAL WRITINGS,

as to proof of, 104-107. PUBLIC PROSECUTOR,

as to appointment and duties of, 998–1001.
rules under the 42 & 43 Vict. c. 22, s. 8 (“ Prosecution of Offences Act

1879''), 998—1003.

PUBLIC SERVICE,

larceny by servants, O. 446, p. 1156.

embezzlement by servants, 0. 447, p. 1156. PUBLIC STORES,

unlawfully applying any of the public stores marks, O. 447a, p. 1156. destroying or obliterating marks, 0. 447b, p. 1156.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703. PUBLIC WORKS,

as to expenses of, 1571. PUNISHMENT,

when a party upon summary hearing may be discharged without any punishment, 186, 187.

Q. QUAKERS,

affirmation by, 87. QUALIFICATION,

for a justice of the peace, 3, 4.
oath of, 4.
when not requisite, 5.
oath of allegiance, 5.

judicial oath, 5. QUARANTINE,

masters of vessels liable to various penalties under 6 Geo. 4, c. 78..720. QUARTER SESSIONS. See “ Appeals."

rules of, as to notice of appeal, 256.
general power of, to give costs in all cases of appeal, 250.
inay order costs where appeal not prosecuted, 260.
decisions of, final in certain cases, 260.
may refer to arbitration in certain cases, 261.
order of sessions, how enforced, 261.
its jurisdiction to try offences, 973—975.
payments to prosecutors and witnesses for attending, 982–986.
when holden in counties, &c., 1571.
dividing the court, 1572.
when holden in boroughs, 1572.

jurisdiction of sessions over crimes, 1572.
QUAY WHARF, INJURING. See “ Malicious Injuries."
QUEEN (THE),

discharging, &c. firearms, &c. at, 0.448, 449, p. 1158. QUEEN'S STORES. See “ Naral Stores," " War Department Stores."

R.

RABBITS. See Game (Night Poaching).
RACE-HORSES,

omitting to pay duty upon, 0. 1–3, p. 868. RACES AND FAIRS,

selling liquor at, without a licence, 530. RACES AND RACECOURSES. See Metropolitan Suburban Race

courses.

RAILWAY ROLLING-STOCK PROTECTION,

rolling-stock protected from distress in certain cases, O. 1, p. 720.

interpretation of terms, 720. RAILWAYS,

(Summary Convictions :)
(1) Offences by servants of railway companics, 0.1–6, pp. 720-722.
(2) Offences by railway companies, 0. 7–34, p. 722.

p. 724.

Vol. I. pp. 1-872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703. RAILWAYS-continued.

(Summary Convictions)-continued. (3) Offences by other persons :

obstructing officers, or trespassing, O. 35, 36, p. 724. aiding offenders, O. 37, p. 724. injuring board of bye-laws, 0. 38—40, jurors not appearing upon jury, 0. 41-43, p. 724. witnesses not appearing, or refusing to be examined, O. 44, 45, p. 724. obstructing construction of railway, removing poles, defacing marks,

&c., 0. 46–48, p. 726. not fastening gate, 0. 49, p. 726. owner of mines refusing inspection, 0. 50, p. 726. pulling down toll-boards or milestones, 0. 51, p. 726. carrier refusing to produce way-bills, 0. 52–54, p. 726. passengers practising frauds, Ó. 55–57, p. 728. sending dangerous goods by, 0. 58, p. 728. offending against bye-laws, 0. 59, p. 728. using engines without approval, 0. 60–62, p. 730. using carriages contrary to regulations, 0. 63, p. 730. injuring boards of bye-laws or penalties, 0. 64, 65, p. 730. signing a false statement of accounts, O. 66, p. 730. agent of company refusing to produce books to inspector of Board of

Trade, 0. 67, p. 730. passengers making use of communication with guard of train without

reasonable cause, 0. 68, p. 730.
passing on railway after being warned, 0. 69, p. 730.
disobeying inspector of railways and accidents, not producing docu-

ments, 0. 70, p. 730.
impeding inspector in execution of duty, 0. 71, p. 730.
railway, definition of, 721.
appeal, 720—723.
publication of penalties and bye-laws, 725.
fare, evasion of, 726.

bye-laws of railways, 728. (Indictable Offences,)

servants of the company guilty of misconduct, 0. 450, 451, p. 1158.
obstructing engines, &c., 0. 452, 453, p. 1158.
placing wood, &c. on railway, 0. 454, 455, pp. 458—460.
casting stone, &c. upon railway, 0. 456, p. 1160.
accounts, stating false, 0. 457, p. 1160.
not providing smoking compartment, 0. 458, p. 1160.

signing false returns to Board of Trade, 0. 459, p. 1160.
(Petty Sessions :)
(1) Corrections of errors, fc. in plans, fc. :

as to, 1572.
(2) Consents of justices to deviations, crossings, fc. :

to deviations from levels, 1573.
crossing roads, 1573.
deviation on tidal rivers, 1574.
certificate of capital subscribed and paid up before borrowing, &c.,

1575. (3) Disputes as to fences, tolls, water or gas pipes, dangerous trees, and occupa

tion of roads and lands :
water or gas pipes, 1575.
lands for spoil banks, sidings or materials, 1575.
fences and gates for lands and private roads severed, 1576.
rent and damage for temporary occupation of lands, 1577.
dispute as to tolls, 1577.
removal of trees dangerous to railways, 1577.

Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703.
RAILWAYS continued.

(Petty Sessions)-continued.
(4) Repair of roads, bridges, fc. by company:

roads, 1577.
ascents, handrails, &c. on level crossings, 1578.
bridges, fences, gates, &c. out of repair, 1578.
execution of accommodation works, gates, &c., drains, &c. for owners

and occupiers, 1579.
(5) Disputed cases of compensation for land taken or damage done :

temporary occupation of private roads, 1579.
Lands Clauses Act incorporated with 8 & 9 Vict. c. 20..1580.
mode of ascertaining damages, 1580.

method of proceeding in questions of damage, compensation, &c., 1580. (6) Payment of special constables for railways :

to be made by two justices on treasurer of the county, 1581. (7) Complaints against officers of railway companies : officers not accounting, 1581. recovery of possession of toll-houses from collectors, 1470.

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RAPE,

the offence of, 0. 460, p. 1160.

RATES,

(Petty Sessions :)
(1) Recovery of poor and other rates :

as to, generally, 1582.
procedure, 1583.
the hearing, 1584.
evidence of making and publication of poor rates, 1585.
modes of demanding rates, 1585.
proceedings against owners of small tenements, 1585.
distress and imprisonment, 1586.
recovery of rates from bankrupts or insolvents-tenants in common,

1586.
execution of distress warrant by deputy, 1586.
forms, 1587.

enforcing, pending appeal, 1587.
(2) Rating new premises and apportioning rates on removal:

rating new premises or buildings, 1588.
successive occupiers, and occupiers coming into unoccupied premises,

1588.

REAL ESTATE, (Indictable Offences,) concealing facts from, or making false representation to registrar, O.

461, 462, p. 1160.

offences as to declaration of title, 0. 463, 464, p. 1162. REASONABLE NOTICE,

what is, 255.

RECEIVERS. See Larceny."

where a felony, 0. 465, p. 1162.
where a misdemeanor, O. 466, p. 1162.

RECEIVERS OF STOLEN PROPERTY,

where triable, 26.
how to be charged, 887.

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Vol. I. pp. 1–872. Vol. II. pp. 873–1703. RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS,

where triable, 25. RECOGNIZANCE (acknowledging in the name of another). See “Persona

tion." before the issuing of a writ of certiorari, 56. as to estreating on non-appearance of defendant, 160. to prosecute appeal, 258. what recognizances may be taken by justices, 1589. how recognizances estreated, 1589. as to enforcing when forfeited, 170. of prosecutor and witness to be delivered to the proper officer of the

court, 76. RECOGNIZANCE AND SECURITIES,

when they may be taken out of court, 239. rules as to when forfeited, 239, 240.

when they may be varied, 240, 241. RECOGNIZANCE OF BAIL. See Bail," "Remand.

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RECORDS, STEALING. See Larceny."
RE-EXAMINATION,

as to, 92.

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REFORMATORY SCHOOLS,

offences in connection with reformatory schools, 0. 1, 6, p. 732.

evidence of reformatory schools, 732. (1) Certifying reformatory schools and expenses :

mode of certifying reformatory schools, 1590. inspection of schools, 1590. definition of “manager," 1590. service of notice on school authorities, 1590. resignation of certificate by managers, 1591. liabilities of managers, 1591. effect of withdrawal of certificate, 1591. disposal of inmates on withdrawal or resignation of certificate, 1591. publication of the grant or withdrawal of certificate, 1591. power of prison authority to contract with managers of schools, 1591. contribution to establishment and enlargement of certified reformatory

schools, 1592. mode of obtaining sanction of Secretary of State, 1592.

expenses of prison authorities and county boards, how defrayed, 1593. (2) Power of managers, fc. of schools :

power to make rules, &c., 1593.
officers to have privileges, &c. of constables, 1593.
placing offenders out on licence, 1593.

power to apprentice offenders, 1594. (3) Recovery of contribution from parent of offender : order of justices for contribution to maintenance of offenders in

school, 1594. variation of order, 1695. recovery of sums ordered, 1595.

forms, 1595. REFRESHING MEMORY,

as to using writings for the purpose of, 99. REFRESHMENT HOUSE. See “Intoxicating Liquors."

what is, 529.

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