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2. Billet Master taking Money. (Id. s. 92.)]--then being a con
Oke's Synop: stable employed in billeting soldiers in the said parish by virtue of the 2nd ed. p. 178. statute in that behalf
, did then and there unlawfully receive (or demand Offence 10. or agree for] the sunı of from one E. F., then being an alehousekeeper, and a person duly licensed to sell exciseable liquors by retail in his house and premises there situate, and liable under the statute in that behalf to receive soldiers duly billeted upon him, in order then and there to excuse the said E. F. from receiving certain soldiers in her Majesty's
regiment of then on actual service in the said parish, contrary, &c.
3. Detaining Clothes, &c. from Soldiers. (Id. s. 90.)]- did knowingly Id. Offence 13. detain (or buy, exchange or receive] certain regimental necessaries, [or arms, ammunition, clothes, or military furniture), to wit,
from one E. F., a soldier, in (or a disserter from) her Majesty's regiment of
-, contrary, &c.
the General Form No. 39 (I. 1), ante, p. 38, enforced by the
NAVIGABLE RIVERS AND CANALS.
1. Being found in Possession of Instruments for procuring Liquors. 1d. Offences 1, (3 & 4 Vict. c. 50, s. 7.)]—was found on board of a certain boat (or 2. vessel] of one E. F., then and there being upon [a certain lock or dock belonging to) a certain canal (or navigable river) there called (or found in and upon a certain lock, or dock, warehouse, wharf,
quay, or bank, of and belonging to a certain canal or navigable
river there called -], he the said A. B. having then and there in his possession,* to wit, in his pocket (or under his control, to wit, in -], a certain instrument (or tube) called
for the purpose of then and there unlawfully obtaining certain wine (or spirits, liquors or goods), to wit, the
property of one G. H., then and there being, contrary, &c.
2. Being found in Possession of Skin, &c. for carrying away Liquors. (Id.) Proceed to the asterisk* in form No. 1, supra, then :-to wit, in his pocket, a certain utensil (or skin, or bladder,] called a —, for the
of then and there unlawfully carrying away [or secreting) certain wine, [or spirits, liquors, or goods,] to wit, the property of one G. H. then and there being, contrary, &c.
3. Piercing Cusks, &c. (Id. s. 8.)]-did bore (or pierce, break, cut Id. Offence 3. open, or injure by then and there — a certain cask (or box, or package), to wit, a hogshead containing wine (or spirits, or liquors,] to wit,
the property of one G. H., then and there being on board of a certain boat (or vessel, or waggon] of one E. F. on a certain navigable river (or canal] there called (or then and there being in and upon a certain warehouse, or wharf,
quay, or bank, of and belonging to a certain navigable river, or
canal, there called with intent then and there feloniously to steal (or unlawfully obtain, or injure] the contents, (or part of the contents] of the said hogshead (or as the case may be), contrary, &c.
4. Cutting open Roll of Goods in Warehouse. (10.)]—did cut open 2nd ed. p. 178. (or break, pierce, or injure by then and there -, a certain roll of
goods (or box, case, sack, wrapper, or package), to wit, a roll of calico, the property of one G. H., then and there being in a certain warehouse (or wharf, quay, or bank] belonging to a certain navigable river (or canal] there called with intent then and there feloniously to steal (or unlawfully obtain, or injure) the said roll of goods, (or as the case may be),
contrary, &c. Id. Offence 4. 5. Drinking Liquors. (Id.)]--did unlawfully drink a certain quantity,
to wit, one pint of wine (or spirits, or liquor, to wit, -] of the value
bank, of and belonging to a]
6. Spilling Liquor. (Id.)]-did wilfully spill (or allow to run to
penalty imposed, General Form No. 39 (I. 1), ante, p. 38, the only variation being where value adjudged in offences No. 3 and 4, in addition to the penalty, and then refer to title “ Larceny,” ante, p. 145, for the adjudication ; if imprisonment only adjudged, General Form No. 41 (I. 3), ante, p. 39; No. 39 being enforced by Distress Warrant, &c. Nos. 53 (N. 1) -58, ante, pp. 50–52; and No. 41 by Commitment, &c. Nos. 48 (P. 1) -51, ante, pp. 46–48.
Id. p. 178.
NUISANCES AND DISEASES PREVENTION ACT, 1848.
1. Owner or Occupier not complying with Justice's Order for Cleansing, &c. Premises. (11 & 12 Vict. c. 123, s. 1.)(a)]—that the owner (or occupier] of a certain dwelling-house (or building, or of certain preunises] situate at -, in the said [county) of -, did not within such time after due service thereof (or of a true copy thereof,] ou him according to the statute in such case made and provided as therein is specified, comply with a certain order in writing under the hands and seals of J. L. and J. S., Esquires, two of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said [county) of -, bearing date the day of last, whereby the said justices, in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, did order him the said owner (or occupier] of a
(a) The complaint is to be made by or on behalf of the town council, or any Trustees or commissioners for the drainage. paving, lighting, or cleansing, or ma. naging or directing the police of any city, town, borough, or place, or by any other body of a like nature, or by any commissioners of sewers, or guardians of the poor, or some committee thereof temporarily or permanently appointed in this behalf by such town council, trustees, commissioners, guardians, or other body.
dwelling-house for building, or of certain premises] situate at afore- Oke's Synop.
or ditch, gutter, privy, cesspool, or ashpit, or -],
refuse, or matter, upon the said premises then constructed or
--, (or of persons
nuisance to -] as it may be in the justices' order], but to comply therewith after due service thereof, [or of a true copy thereof,] on him, according to the statute in such case inade and provided, did make default, and in such default for the space of, to wit, days, did continue, contrary, &c.
2. W'ilfully violating Directions of General Bourd of Health. (Id. Id. p. 180. s. 16.)]-did wilfully violate a certain direction (or regulation] duly made Offence 4. by the General Board of Health under and by virtue of the statute called the “ Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Act, 1848,” duly published and then in force in the said parish of that is to say, a direction (or regulation) of the said General Board of Health, bearing date the
of our Lord [here state the direction or regulation], by then and there permitting [state the mode in which the direction or regulotion has been violated), after due notice given to him in this behalf by the guardians of the poor of the N. union, within which the said parish of is included, contrary, &c,
3. Occupier refusing to comply with a Justice's Order requiring him to Id. Offence 5. permit the necessary Works to be erecuted. (Id. s. 16.)]-that A. B. of &c., the occupier of certain premises, to wit, a dwelling-house, (or building, or as the case may be,] situate [here insert u description to identify the premises], in the parish of in the said [county) of - did not within a reasonable time after the making thereof against him, according to the statute in such case made and provided, comply with a certain order in writing, under the hand and seal of E. F., Esquire, one of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said (county) of - , bearing date the day of — in the year of our Lord whereby the said justice, in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, did require and order the said A. B. to permit one (or the said] C. D., the complainant, the owner of the said dwelling-house (or as the case may be,] to execute certain necessary works required to be executed in the manner required by the statute in that case made and provided, that is to say, to cleanse (or whitewash, or purify the said dwelling-house or building, or cleanse a foul and offensive drain, ditch, gutter, privy, cesspool, or ashpit, which existed upon the said premises, or as it may be in the order,] and which the said A. B. before then prevented the said C. D. from doing; but to comply therewith after due service thereof (or of a true copy thereof) on him according to the statute in such case made and provided, did refuse, and in such refusal for the space of days, doth continue, contrary, &c.
4. The Conviction for the above described offences will be in the Ge2nd ed. p. 178. neral Form No. 39 (I. 1), ante, p. 38, with this variation for offences 1
and 5, in the adjudication, viz. “ to forfeit and pay the sum of
1. Refusing to return List of Constables, &c. (5 & 6 Vict. c. 109, 2nd ed. p. 180. s. 9.)]-then being one of the overseers of the poor of the said parish Offence 1.
of —, did neglect [or refuse) to sign and return the list of persons liable and qualified to serve as constables for the said parish of made out by the inhabitants of the said parish in vestry duly held, to the clerks to the justices of the peace ing in and for the division of N., in the said
county of Id. Offence 2.
2. (or did neglect to make out, sign and publish a true copy of the list
of persons, &c.); Id. Offence 3.
3. (or did knowingly leave out of the list of persons, &c. the name of
one A. B., being a person who ought to have been included
therein); Id. Offence 4.
4. (or did knowingly make a false return of a particular which ought
to have been comprised in the list of persons, &c. by [here insert the fulse particular.]
5. General Forms to be used in enforcing the Conviction (No. 39, (1. I), ante, p. 38); Distress Warrant, &c. No. 53 (N. 1) — 58, ante,
1. Offences by Puwnbrokers.
I. OFFENCES BY PAWNBROKERS. Oke's Synop.
1. Neglecting to attend Justice's Summons with Books. &c. (39 & 40 2nd ed. p. 182. Geo. 3, c. 99, s. 25.)]—then exercising the business of a pawnbroker, was, Offences 1, 2. upon a complaint before then duly made upon oath to one J. L. Esquire, (Stone's Hand- one of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said [county) of book, p. 90.)
respecting a certain information against the said A. B for having offended against the statutes in force relating to pawnbrokers, to wit, [here briefly describe the offence against the pawnbroker, or as the occasion may be], which in the judgment of the said justice made the production of a certain book (or note), voucher, memorandum, duplicate, (or paper] to wit
which then ought to have been in the custody and power of the said A. B. necessary, duly summoned to attend with the said book (or as the case may be] before the said justice at a petty sessions of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said [county) of to be held at in the said [county] of
(or to attend with the said book [&c.) on at o'clock in
Oke's Synop. the forenoon, at
in the said county) of —, before such 2nd ed. p. 182. justices of the peace for the said [county) as might then be
there]; and that the said A. B., at the time and place last aforesaid, when and where he was so summoned to attend as aforesaid, did neglect (or refuse] to attend with the said book (or as the case may be), according to the said summons, (or did neglect or refuse to produce the said book (or as the case may
be] in its true and perfect state, according to the said sum
mons]; and did not then and there show good cause for such neglect (or refusal] to the (my) satisfaction (of the said justice], but on the contrary thereof made default therein, contrary, &c.
2. Buying, &c. Goods in course of Manufacture. (Id. s. 11.)]-then Id. Offence 3. exercising the business of a pawnbroker, did then and there knowingly take in as a pledge and pawn, for the sum of -, then lent to one E. F., certain goods, to wit, six pairs of worsted goods of frame work knitted fabric (or us the case may be), the property of [the said) C. D., the complainant, then and there plainly intended for the composing and manufacturing of the said goods into stockings, after the same goods had been put into a course of manufacture (or into a state for the process and operation of seeming, turning, straitening and legging to be thereupon performed], and the said goods not being then and there completed and finished for the purpose of wear or consumption, and which said goods theretofore had been and still were entrusted by the said C. D. to the said E. F. (or to one G. H.] to manufacture and work up (or to wash, scour iron, mend, manufacture, work up, finish, or make up), contrary, &c.
3. Buying, 8c. Linen or Apparel. (Id. s. 11.)]—then exercising the business of a pawnbroker, did theu and there knowingly take in as a pledge and pawn for the sum of then lent to one E. F. certain linen (or apparel], to wit, three sheets, the property of [the said) C.D., the complainant, which said linen had been theretofore and then was entrusted by this informant to the said E. F. to wash (or scour, iron, or mend], contrary, &c.
4. Application of Borrower against Pawnbroker for not delivering id. Offence 4. Goods on Payment of Principal and Interest. (Id. s. 14.)]— Proceed as for a solemn declaration under 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 62*, tit. Oath," Purt III., (* See 3, 12 of
5 & 6 Will. 4, stating the facts in the blank thus :--that on the day of —, at the parish of in the said [county] of
he this declarant did pawn
c. 62.) and pledge certain goods, to wit, a coat, the property of this declarant, with one A. B. of
street, in the of , then using and exercising the business of a pawobroker, for securing the sum of — then lent thereon by the said A. B and the profit thereof, and that afterwards, to wit, on the day of
at the said parish of and within the space of one year after the said goods were so pledged, he this declarant did tender to the said A. B. the said principal sum of borrowed upon the said goods, and the further sum of as and for the profit of the said A. B. according to the table of rates established by the statute in such case made and provided, and that the said A. B. did then and there refuse and neglect to deliver back, and did not then and there deliver back the said goods so pawned as aforesaid to the said C. D., contrary, &c.