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in default of distress, imprisonment, 42; 45. Order for payment of

money, and, in default of payment, imprisonment, 43 ; 46. Order

for any other matter where the disobeying of it is punishable with

imprisonment, 43; 47. General order, embodying the three last,

44–46, applicable for a draft where necessary, and certain prac-

tical variations, 44, 45.

Sect. 6.- ENFORCING Convictions and ORDERS, p. 46–61.

1. Enforcing Convictions on Informations.-48. Warrant of commitment

on a conviction where the punishment is by imprisonment, 46 ;

49. Warrant of distress for costs upon a conviction where the

offence is punishable by imprisonment, 46 ; 50. Warrant of com-

mitment for want of distress, 47 ; 51. Commitment forthwith for

an additional term for the costs upon a conviction where the

offence is punishable by imprisonment, on confession of no goods,

&c., by the defendant, 48 ; 52. Warrant of commitment upon a

conviction for a penalty in the first instance, 49; 53. Warrant of

distress upon a conviction for a penalty, 50 ; 54. Commitment

forthwith upon a like conviction, where the distress would be

ruinous, or on defendant confessing he has no goods, 50 ; 55. Re-

cognizance of a defendant to appear on the return of a distress

warrant for penalty and costs, 51; 56. Indorsement in backing a

warrant of distress, 51; 57. Constable's return to a warrant of

distress, 52; 58. Warrant of commitment for want of distress, 52;

59. Commitment of a defendant for a consecutive period where

convicted on the same day of two or more offences, 52; 59 a. Com.

mitment upon a conviction for a second or subsequent offence,

adapted to where imprisonment only adjudged, or where a penalty

imposed, and imprisonment in default of payment, 53.

2. Enforcing Orders on Complaints.-60. Minute of order for service

before enforcing, 54; 61. Warrant of commitment on an order

where the disobeying of it is punishable by imprisonment, 55 ;

62. Warrant of distress for costs upon an order where the disobey-

ing of the order is punishable with imprisonment, 55; 63. War-

rant of commitment for want of distress, 56 ; 64. Commitment

forthwith for an additional term for the costs upon an order, 56 ;

65. Warrant of commitment on an order in the first instance, 57;

66. Warrant of distress upon an order for the payment of money,

57; 67. Commitment upon a like order where the distress would

be ruinous, or on defendant confessing he has no goods, 58 :

68. Recognizance of a defendant to appear on the return of the

distress warrant, and notice thereof, 51, 59, 69, 70. Indorsement

in backing distress warrant, and constable's return, 36, 59;

71. Warrant of commitment upon an order for want of distress,

59; 72. Liberatè or discharge of a defendant from gaol on pay-

ment of amount for which he was committed, &c. 59.

3. Enforcing Costs on Dismissal of Information or Complaint, p. 34-37.

4. Enforcing Costs of Conveyance to Gaol. 73. Distress warrant on

offender's goods, 60; 74. Gaoler's receipt for a defendant, 61 ;

75. Committing justice's order on the county treasurer for con-

stable's expenses of conveying a defendant to gaol, with variation

where amount included in the commitment under Jervis's Act,

and not paid, 61.

Sect. 7.-OF THE APPLICATION OF Penalties, &c, p. 62.

76. Account of the clerk of the justices at petty sessions, and of the

keeper of the gaol or house of correction, 62 ; 77. Register of con-

victions and orders under 11 & 12 Vict. c. 43..62.

SPECIAL FORMS, OR STATEMENT OF OFFENCES, &c.

Aiders and Abettors, 66.

Alehouses, p. 66—72; I. Offences against the licence, No. 1 to 11;

II. Other offences, No. 12 to 22 ; III. Proceedings on charge of a

third offence, and on appeal, No. 23 to 33.
Apprentices, p. 72–77; I. Offences by apprentices, No. 1 to 12 ; II. Of-

fences by masters, No. 13 to 28.

Assault, pp. 77, 78; Forms No. 1 to 9.

Beerhouses, p. 78–86; I. Offences against the licence, No. 1 to 13 ;

II. Offences as to hours, No. 14 to 22; III. Other offences, No.

23 to 46 ; IV. Proceedings against sureties of beerhouse keeper,

No. 47 to 50 ; V. Proceedings on appeal against conviction for a

third offence, No. 51.

Bread and Flour, p. 86–90; Forms No. 1 to 23.
Bricks and Tiles, pp. 90, 91; Forms No. 1 to 4.
Burning, by servants, p. 91; Forms Nos. 1, 2.
Butter, p. 91 ; Forms Nos. 1, 2.
Bye Laws, of boroughs. pp. 91, 92 ; Forms Nos. 1, 2.
Chimney Sweepers, p. 92; Forms No. 1 to 3.
Coals, p. 92; Forms Nos. 1, 2.
Combination, pp. 92, 93 ; Forms No. 1 to 4.
Commons, &c. p. 93-95; Forms No. 1 to 11.
Constables, p. 95-99; I. As to parochial constables, No. 1 to 4; II. As to

county constables, No. 5 to 8; III. As to borough constables,
No. 9 to 14; IV. As to special constables, No. 15 to 21; V. As
to constables on rivers, canals, &c., No. 22 to 24; VI. As to con-

stables under Lighting and Watching Act, Nos. 25, 26.
Copyright of Designs, pp. 99, 100; Forms No. 1 to 3.
Corn Returns, pp. 100, 101; Forms No. 1 to 3.
County Courts, p. 101; Forms No. 1 to 3.
Cruelty to Animals, p. 101–104 ; Forms No. 1 to 14.
Dead Bodies, pp. 104, 105; Forms No. 1 to 3.
Dissenters, pp. 105, 106 ; Forms No. 1 to 5.
Distress, pp. 106, 107; Forms No. 1 to
Dogs, pp. 107, 108; Forms No. 1 to 6.
Drunkenness, p. 108–110; I. Proceedings upon a first offence, No. 1 to 6;

II. Proceedings for a second offence, No. 7 to 10.

Fireworks, p. 110; Forms No. 1 to 5.

Fisheries, pp. 110, 111; Forms Nos. 1, 2.

Frames, p. 111.

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Game, p. 111-120; General observations, &c. pp. 111, 112; I. Trespass in

search of, No. 1 to 8; II. Killing without certificate, No. 9 to 16 ;

III. Killing on Sunday, &c., Nos. 17, 18; IV. Killing out of

season, No. 19; V. Selling without certificate, Nos. 20, 21 ; VI.

Buying, &c., unlawfully, No. 22 to 24 ; VII. Offences by licensed

dealers, &c., No. 25 to 30; VIII. Offences by occupiers, No. 31

to 33; IX. Night poaching, No. 34 to 40; X. Sporting without

certificate, Nos. 41, 42.

Gaming Houses, p. 120-122; Forms No. 1 to 8.

Gunpowder, p. 122 ; Forms No. 1 to 6.

Health (Public) Act, 1848, p. 123; Forms Nos. 1, 2.

Highways, p. 123–131 ; I. Offences by surveyors, No. 1 to 4; II. Offences

by collector, No. 5 to 7; III. Offences by owners and drivers of

carts, &c., No. 8 to 24; IV. Nuisances, No. 25 to 51; V. Other

offences, Nos. 52, 53.

Horse Slaughtering, p. 131-133 ; Forms No. 1 to 16.

Inclosures, p. 133.

Jurors, p. 133.

Juvenile offenders, p. 133–140; Forms No. 1 to 31.
Larceny, p. 140 – 145; I. Of animals, No. 1 to 16; II. Of trees, fences,

&c., No. 17 to 23; III. Accessories and receivers, No. 24 to 27.

Lighting and Watching Act, pp. 145, 146 ; Forms No. 1 to 8.

Malicious Injuries, pp. 147, 148 ; I. To trees, plants, fences, &c., No. 1

to 4; II. To any other property, Nos. 5, 6; III. Accessories,

Nos. 7, 8.

Manufactures, &c., p. 149–156 ; I. As to artificers, manufacturers, miners,

&c., No. 1 to 6; II. As to workmen in the cotton, fustian, hat,

linen, woollen, fax, hemp, mohair, silk, fur, leather, or iron manu-

factures, and Dyers, No. 7 to 17; III. As to workmen in the

cotton, flax, linen, mohair, silk, or woollen hosiery manufactures,

No. 18 to 24; IV. Regulations as to mines, No. 25 to 29.
Master and Servant, p. 156–160 ; I. As to false characters of Servants,

No. 1 to 5; II. As to misbehaviour by servants in husbandry,

&c., and masters, No. 6 to 17.

Military Law, pp. 160, 161 ; Forms No. 1 to 3.

Navigable Rivers and Canals, pp. 161, 162 ; Forms No. 1 to 6.

Nuisances and Diseases Prevention Act, 1848, p. 162-164; Forms No. 1

to 4.

Overseers, p. 164; Forms No. 1 to 5.
Pawnbrokers, p: 164-170; I. Offences of pawnbrokers, No. 1 to 22; II.

Illegal pawning, forging duplicates, &c., No. 23 to 27.
Poor, p. 170-175; General observations, &c., pp. 170, 171; I. Offences

by overseers, No. 1 to 7; II. Offences by workhouse master, &c.,

No. 8 to 10; III. Offences in workhouse, &c., No. 11 to 22.
Poundbreach, pp. 175, 176 ; Forms No. 1 to 4.
Printers, p. 176; Forms Nos. 1, 2.
Promissory Notes, p. 177 ; Forms Nos. 1, 2.
Railways, p. 177-179; I. Offences by servants of railway companies, No.

1 to 6; II. Offences by other persons, No. 7 to 19.

Seamen, p. 179; Forms Nos. 1, 2.

Seditious Meetings, p. 180; Forms Nos. 1, 2.

Sheep, p. 180 ; Forms No. 1 to 4.

Ship’s Ballast, p. 181; Forms Nos. 1, 2.

Ship’s Passengers, p. 181; Forms Nos. 1, 2.

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FORMS APPLICABLE TO THE OFFENCES, &C. TO WHICH THE 11 & 12 vict.

c. 43 (JERVIS'S ACT) DOES NOT EXTEND.

Apprentices, p. 215.

Beerhouses, p. 215.

Customs, p. 215—218; Forms in the Schedule to 8 & 9 Vict. c. 87, No. 1

to 6; Table of Fees in Schedule (A.) of 12 & 13 Vict. c. 90.
Excise, p. 218–246 ; I. Information, No. 1 to 9; II. Summonses, notices

and subpæna, No. 10 to 17; III. Convictions, Nos. 18, 19;
IV. Warrants and return to levy warrants, No. 20 to 28 ; V. Body

and search warrants, &c., and commitment, No. 29 to 37.
Factories, p. 246–249 ; I. Forms in the Schedule to 3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 103,

No. 1 to 4; II. Forms in the Schedule to 7 Vict. c. 15, No. 5 to 7.

Game, p. 249.

Hawkers and Pedlars, p. 249–251 ; Forms No. 1 to 9.

Master and Servant, p. 251.

Post Horses, p. 251-253.

Post Office, pp. 254, 255.

Smuggling, p. 255.

Wreck and Salvage, p. 255 — 257; Forms No. 1 to 9.

principal unknown, 259; 4. Information to ground search warrant

for stolen goods, 259; 5. Dying declaration before a justice in

cases of personal injuries to the declarant, 259.

Sect. 2.—The Process TO ISSUE AGAINST OFFENDERS, p. 260 - 264.

6. Warrant to apprehend a person charged with an indictable offence,

260; 7. Summons to a person charged with an indictable offence,

260; 8. Deposition of the constable of the service of the summons,

260; 9. Warrant where the summons is disobeyed, 260 ; 10. In-

dorsement in backing a warrant, 261; 11. Search warrant for stolen

goods, 261; 12. Warrant to apprehend a person charged with an

indictable offence committed on the high seas, or abroad, 261 ;

13. Certificate of indictment being found, 291; 14. Warrant to

apprehend a person indicted, 262; 15. Deposition that the person

apprehended is the same who is indicted, 262; 16. Warrant of

commitment of a person indicted, 262; 17. Deposition that the

person indicted is the same who is in custody for some other

offence, 263 ; 18. Warrant to detain a person indicted who is already

in custody for another offence, 263 ; 19. Warrant of apprehension of

foreigners committing offences in France, &c., and escaping to this

country, 263; 20. Warrant of committal of person apprehended,

264.

Sect. 3.- OF REMANDING OR BAILING ACCUSED BEFORE OR DURING

EXAMINATION, p. 264--266.

21. Warrant remanding prisoner, 264; 22. Order to bring up accused

before expiration of the remand, 265; 23. Recognizance of bail

instead of remand, on an adjournment of examination, 265 ;

24. Notice of such recognizance, 266 ; 25. Certificate of non-

appearance to be endorsed on the recognizance, 266.

Sect. 4. -OF COMPELLING WITNESSES' ATTENDANCE, &c. p. 266-268.

26. Deposition that a person is a material witness, 266 ; 27. Summons

of a witness, 266 ; 28. Deposition of constable of service of the

summons, 267; 29. Warrant where a witness has not obeyed a

summons, 267; 30. Warrant for a witness in the first instance,

267 ; 31. Commitment of a witness for refusing to be sworn or to

give evidence, 268 ; 32. Commitment of a witness for refusing to

be sworn or to give evidence, who attends without a summons,

268.

Sect. 5.—THE PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION, p. 269–273.

33. Depositions of witnesses, 269 ; 34. Re-examination of the wit-

nesses, 269; 35. Memorandum where the accused does not make

a statement, 269; 36. Memorandum to be written on documents

produced in evidence, 270; 37. Statement of the accused, 270 ;

38. Commitment for trial, 270 ; 38 a. Commitment for trial where

accused brought up on remand, 271; 39. Certificate of consent to

bail by the committing justice, 271 ; 40. Register of persons com-

mitted or held to bail, 272; 41. Warrant to convey the accused

before a justice of the county, &c., in which the offence was

committed, 272; 42. Order for payment of the constable's ex-

penses, 272.

Sect. 6.-OF BINDING OVER PROSECUTOR AND WITNESSES, &c. p. 273–

276.

43. Recognizance to prosecute or give evidence, 273 ; 43 a. The three

conditions in one form, 274; 44. Notice of recognizance, 274 ;

45. The like, with variation, where there is a surety for a witness,

274; 46. Commitment of witness for refusing to enter into the

recognizance, 275; 47. Subsequent order to discharge the witness,

275, 276.

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