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his duty upon notice of persons keeping bawdy-houses,
duty of high constable relative to jury-lists, 287, 288
costs of special constables, 94
assaults on, 8
CORN, setting fire to; see " Burning.”
COSTS; see "Warrant."
how awarded in an indictment for nuisance, 434
in taking a prisoner to gaol, 93, 94
of special constables, 94
of high-constables, 95
court may order payment of the expenses of prosecution
allowances to persons attending on recognizance, where
courts may order payment of expenses in certain cases of
order for payment to be made out by clerk of
how the expenses shall be paid in places not
contributing to the county rates, ib.
quarter sessions to make regulations as to
costs in court of admiralty, ib.
CUTTING; see "Malicious Injuries."
DEED, stealing of, 308
DEER, stealing of, 312
DESTROYING GAME; see "Poaching."
DEPOSITION; see "Examination."
DETAINER, forcible; see " Forcible Entry."
DISORDERLY HOUSES, indictment for keeping, 416, note
DISTURBING PUBLIC WORSHIP; see "Irreligion."
DUEL, killing in, murder, 392
the only building in which burglary can be committed,
EAST INDIA BONDS, forging, 205
by clerks or servants, felony, 99
distinct acts of embezzlement may be charged
in the same indictment, ib.
by agents, of money intrusted to them specially, a mis-
trustees or mortgagees, proviso in favour of,
general observations on embezzlement, 101, note
a count for simple larceny may be joined with
what will be comprehended under the words,
by bankrupts; see
at the bank;
at the post-office; see "Post-Office."
of public money, a misdemeanor; transportation, 110
ENTRY, what, in burglary, 39
ENTRY, FORCIBLE; see "Forcible Entry.”
ESCAPE; see "Prison Breach."
justices of peace have still jurisdiction in, 122, note
to charge an officer with, there must have been an actual
out of gaol, in cases of trial for; certificate of clerk of the
persons aiding escape, in some cases guilty of felony, in
conveying disguise to help the escape of a felon, felony
assisting to escape from a constable, felony under same
operation of said act greatly weakened, ib., note
conveying vizors into prisons to aid escape, ib.
EVIDENCE: witnesses on behalf of prisoner to be sworn, 128
affirmation of Quakers and Moravians to be received in
form of affirmation
false affirmation punishable as perjury
of the competency of persons interested in the subject of
in misdemeanors (except perjury), punishment under-
7 Geo. 4, c. 64, justices, before bailing or committing for
so for misdemeanors
upon inquisition for manslaughter or murder, coroner to
penalty on justice or coroner
provisions of this act to apply to all justices and coroners
of putting in evidence the prisoner's voluntary confes-
EXCHEQUER BILLS, forgery of, 199
perjury relating to, 482
forging hand-writing of receiver-general of, 134
punishment death, 135
not to cause corruption of blood nor loss of dower
if the bail is not filed, the offence is a misdemeanor,
of commissioners for taking bail in the country in civil
justices of assize may take bail
punishment for false personating others, so as to subject
punishment for personating any person entitled to prize-
act applies, though party personated be dead, or the
5 Ric. 2, st. 1, c. 8, allows only lawful entry, and that
punishment, imprisonment and ransom
in cases of forcible entry and holding, right, &c., justices
punishment, imprisonment and ransom, 137
15 Ric. 2, c. 2, s. 2, extends power of justices against
empowers justices to inquire who made forcible entry
FORCIBLE ENTRY (continued):
for empanelling a jury of persons having lands, &c., of
penalty on sheriff making default, 201.
penalty recoverable by bill or indictment
they who have had three years' possession of land may
hold with force, 139
upon indictment for forcible entry, no restriction shall be
restitution to be made not only to freeholders but to te-
none agaanst disseiee for forcible entry within
otherwise, where defendant has no title, ib.
and possession of premises
indictment on the statutes-
alleges force, to distinguish from trespass
award of restitution must find the wrong-doer
for what possessions indictments will lie, ib.
also, actual violence or terror
explanation of terror, 142, n.
who are deemed forcible enterers, ib.
restitution to such only as have been put out of actual
prosecutor not a competent witness, ib.
persons convicted of practising as attorneys, punishment
of certificates relating to the slave laws, see title "Slave
1. Of instruments for the transfer of stock in the public funds,
forging letters of attorney, 143
personating proprietors, or counterfeiting their names, ib.
powers of attorney included among" deeds," ib.
forging powers to transfer stock, or to receive dividends,
making transfers of stock in any other names than the
FORGERY (continued) :
forging transfers, 146
making false entries in the books of the bank, ib.
forging transfer an offence, though the person whose
and though the forged document was not with
forging names of witnesses to instruments for the transfer
forging or altering receipts or debentures relative to cer-
forging letters of attorney to transfer the said stock, or,
forging dividend-warrants of certain Irish stock, 150
making transfers thereof in any but proprietors' names
2. OF NOTES AND OTHER SECURITIES OF THE BANK OF
forging the common seal, or any bank note, 151
forging bank bills or notes, 152
making frames for forging notes, or having in custody in-
engraving notes to resemble inland bills, &c. 153
forging or uttering bank notes, dividend-warrants, &c.,
having any frame for making paper with bar-lines, or
having forged or blank bank-notes, 155
engraving on any plate a bank-note, bill, &c., or having
engraving plates to resemble Bank of England notes, or
counterfeiting the South-Sea Company's common seal
ditto of the London and Royal Exchange Assurance-
ditto of the British Cast Plate-Glass Manufactory, ib.
counterfeiting any stamp directed to be used by 37 Geo. 3,
similar clauses in several other acts, 159, note
similar clauses in 44 Geo. 3, c. 98, 160
in 48 Geo. 3, c. 141, 16
in 52 Geo. 3, c. 143, ib.