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POLICE ACTs—continued.

Summary of statutory provi,

sions affecting county and

district constables, 22.
An Act for the Establishment

of Police Forces in Counties
(epitome of statute, 2 & 3

Vict. c. 93), 23.
The Police Act, 1840, epitome

of, 27.
The Police Act, 1856, epitome

of, 32.
The Police Act, 1859, epitome

of, 37.
Other statutory proyisions,

42, 43.
Certain Acts to be construed

together, 43.
Police Superannuation Act, 45.

Short titles of Acts, 45.
POLICE,

Establishment of, 13, 23.
Rate, 27.

Borrowing on, 29.
District, 30, 33, 37.
Superannuation, 44.
Preventing crimes, 65.
District, term, 71, 273.
Assaults on, 84.
Gazette, 130.
Giving evidence, 148.
No status as advocate, 149.
Metropolitan, 243.
Travelling, fares, 283.
On railway premises, 283.
Claim to reward, 287.
Harbouring, 315.
Assisting bailiffs, 334.
Larceny by, 364.
Embezzlement by, 364.
Magistrate, powers, 464.
Officer, qualification (Appen-

dix).
PONDS - MALICIOUSLY INJUR-

POULTRY, 383.
POUND BREACH, 307.
POUND KEEPER'S Costs, 127.
POUND, POWER to PROVIDE, 308.
POUND, sale of animal, 127.
PREACHING, 261.
PREMISES, EXAMINING, 6.
PREMISES UNFIT for HABITA-

TATION, 277.
PREVENTION of CRIME ACT, 262.

Convicts reporting themselves,

262, 268.
Registers of criminals, 263.
Photographing prisoners, 264.
Persons twice convicted, 264.
Harbouring thieves, 265.
Assaults on police, 265.
Dealers in old metals, 265.
Children of convicts, 265.
Vagrants Act (Amendment)

Intent to commit felony, 265.
Search for stolen property-

authority of chief officer of

police, 265.
Previous convictions, 266.
Receiving stolen goods, 267.
Terms in Act defined, 267.
Act of 1879—Reports by con-

victs, 268.
PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS, 266.

Evidence of, 143.
In larceny, 353, 373.

In coinage cases, 402, 407.
PRINCIPALS in CRIME, 76, 77,
PRISONERS, 269.

Questioning, cautioning, 4, 64,
Confessions, 4, 64.
Searching

Property found
Handcuffing, 5.
Female prisoners, 5.
Police behaviour towards, 64,

ING, 382.

POOR LAW BOARD MINUTE, 329.
POPULOUS PLACES, 232, 456.
POST-OFFICE OFFENCES, 261.
POST-OFFICE (PROTECTION) ACT,

261.
At inquests, 122.
Commitment, costs, &c., 218.
Conveyance, &c., 217, 219.
Treatment of, 269.
Medical aid, 269.

on, 5.

261.

PUBLIC HEALTH ACT—continued.

Procedure, 281.
Fruit pickers lodgings, 281.

Public Health Act, 1883, 282.
PUBLIC HOUSE a public resort,

315.
PUBLIC HOUSES, 274.

Closing in riots, 289.

Paying wages in, 241.
PUBLIC PLACE, GAMING in, 199,

325.

Poaching, 257.
PUBLIC PROSECUTOR, 273.
PUBLIC STORES, 282.
PUBLICAN.

Harbouring constable, 25.
Entertaining friends, 456.
Drinking on own premises,

437, 438.
PUNISHMENT OF CRIMES, &C., 282.
PUNISHMENT for LARCENY, 352.
PUTATIVE FATHER, 89.

PRISONERS-continued.

Escape, prison breach, rescue,

270.
Colonial prisoners, 270.

Offences by, 271.
PRISONS, 270.
PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS,

71.
PRIZE FIGHTS, 271.
PROJECTIONS on PAVEMENT, 305.
PROMOTION-PAST SERVICE, 41.
PROOF, BURDEN of (term), 67.
PROPERTY

On prisoner, 5.
Identification of, 8.
Watching hidden, 60,

Malicious injury to, 237.
PROSECUTION of OFFENCES ACT,

273.
PROSECUTIONS, TREASURY, 272.
PROSECUTORS and WITNESSES,

EXPENSES of (Appendix).
PROSECUTORS COSTS-Defendant

paying, 423.
PROSECUTORS EXPENSES, 272.
PROSTITUTES, 112.

In streets, 311.

Vagrants Act, 323.
PROTECTION of CONSTABLES, 7.
PROTECTION ORDER, 213.
PROVISIONAL LICENSES New

premises, 455.
PUBLIC BATHING, 317.
PUBLIC GROUNDS, 281.
PUBLIC HEALTH ACT, 275.

Sanitary provisions, 275.
Common lodging houses, 276.
Nuisances, 277.
Offensive trades, 279.
Unsound meat, 279.
Infectious and epidemic di-

Q.

QUACK DOCTORS, 10.
QUALIFICATION for POLICE OF-

FICERS (Appendix).
QUARTER SESSIONS, 124,

Attendance at, 25,
Offences not triable at, 125.

Appeals, 297.
QUEEN'S EVIDENCE, 67.
QUESTIONING of PRISONER by

CONSTABLE, 63.
QUESTIONS, LEADING, 149, 150.

R.

RABBITS.

Coursing in enclosure, 127.
Ground game, 194.
Stealing, 226.
Night poaching, 256.

In warrens, stealing, 354.
RACES, OCCASIONAL LICENSES at,
RAILWAYS, 283.

seases, 279, 280.
Public grounds, &c., 281.
Markets and slaughter houses,

281.
Towns Police Clauses Act, 281.
Houses and boats, licensing of,

281.

454.

Obstructing officials, 283.
Interference of police, 283.
Drunken persons, 137, 283.
Officials drunk on duty, 283.
Malicious injuries to, 283.
Endangering lives of passen-

gers, 283.

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ING, 84.

Throwing stones at trains, 283.
Police travelling, Cheap Trains

Act, 283.
Liability of company providing

trains for prize fights, 283.

Obstructions on, 382, 414.
RAILWAY CARRIAGE a public

place, 199, 325.
RAILWAY CARRIAGES, MALICI-

ous INJURY to, 382.
RAILWAY PLATFORM à public

place, 257.
RAILWAY SERVANTS, LARCENY

by, 225.
RAPE, 283.

Criminal investigation, 61.

Statutory provisions, 417.
RATE-Police rate, 26, 27, 30.
RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS, 227.

Evidence as to, 267.
Statutory provisions, 368.

Receivers, where triable, 369.
RECOGNIZANCES, 71, 217.

Forgery of, 396.
RECRUITS, ATTESTATION of, 79.
REFORMATORIES, 285.
REFRESHMENT HOUSES.

Licenses, 430.
Definition of, 431.
Closing of, 440.
Closing at night, 453.

Refusing to quit premises, 319.
REGISTERS.

Of death, 130.
Of criminals, 263.
Forgery of, 395.

Of licenses, 442.
RELIEF-Fraudulent application,

322.
RELIEF of VAGRANTS, 329.

REVISING BARRISTERS, 126.
REWARDS, 287.

For police service, 42.
For arrest of deserter, 130.
To police, 287.

Advertising, 287, 370.
RIDING on FOOTWAY, 311.
RINDERPEST, 113.
“ RING-DROPPING” (term), 72.
RINGING BELLS, 312.
"RINGING the CHANGES” (term),

73.
RIOTERS, MALICIOUS INJURY by,

377.
Riots, 287.

Riot, unlawful assembly (terms

defined, 287, 288.
Disturbance by Salvation

Army, 288.
Riot Act Proclamation, 288,

289.
Closing public houses, 289,

439.
Special constables, 289.
Calling out military, 289.
Rioting, 289.
Claims against hundred, 290.
Malicious injury, 377.

RIVERS, MALICIOUS INJURY to,

381.
ROBBERY Statutory provision,

360.
ROGUES—VAGABONDS, 323-327.
ROGUES, INCORRIGIBLE, 327, 328.
Rooks, 355.
Rooks, STEALING, 226.
ROULETTE, 199.
RULES by SECRETARY of STATE

(Appendix.)
RULES for CONSTABULARY

FORCES, 23.
RULES of CONDUCT (Constables),

63.
RYE, 37.

S.

SEARCH WARRANTS-Gunpowder,

386.
SEARCHING PREMISES on POLICE

AUTHORITY, 275.
SEARCHING PRISONERS, 5.
SECRECY, 8.
SEDITION, 291.
SEDUCTION, 75.
SEEDS, ADULTERATION of, 78.
SEEDS, DYEING of, 78.
SELF-DEFENCE (Assault), 85.
SELF-DEFENCE (Homicide), 209.
SENTENCES—Penal servitude, &c.,

282.
SENTRIES, CONVERSING WITH,

293.
SERGEANT-Qualification (Appen.

dix).
SERVANTS, 239.

Treatment of, 78, 413.
Larceny by, 226.
Characters of, 239.

Misappropriating corn, 240.
SERVICE OF ORDER, 299.
SESSIONS, 124, 125.
SHEEP, EXPOSING SHORN, 117.
SHEEP-POX-Scab, &c., 113, 114,
SHEEP STEALING, DETECTING,

59.
SHELL FISHERY, 180.
SHERIFF—Reading Riot Act, 289.
SHERIFF'S OFFICERS,

Assistance to, 126, 334.
SHIP at SEA, OFFENCES on, 222.
SHIPS, LARCENY from, 363.
SHIPS, MALICIOUS INJURY to,

384.
SHIPWRECKED PERSON, IMPED-

SACRILEGE, 290.
SAILORS, Royal NAVY, 293,
SALES of LIQUOR, EVIDENCE OF,

447.
SALMON FISHERIES, 174.
SALUTING MAGISTRATES, 65.
SALVAGE WRECKS, 345.
SALVATION ARMY, 288.
SANITARY PROVISIONS, 275.
SAVAGE Dogs, 135.
SCAB in SHEEP, 113, 114,
SCALES, FALSE, 103.
SCALES in MARKETS, 342.
SCHOOLMASTER-Chastising

scholar, 85.
SCOTLAND, CRIMES and OFFENCES

in, 401, 407.
SEA BANKS, MALICIOUS INJURY

to, 380,
SEA, FELONY on, 243.
SEA FISHERIES, 179.
SEAMEN, 291.
SEAMEN, ASSAULTS on, 83.
SEARCH WARRANTS, 332.
SEARCH WARRANT, 370.

ING, 411.

SHIPWRECKS, 345.
SHOOTING at PERSON, 344, 411.
SIGNALS, EXHIBITING FALSE, to

SHIP, 384.
SINGING BIRDS, 355.
SIX-DAY LICENSES, 445, 452.

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SLAUGHTER-HOUSES, 281,
SLAUGHTERING HORSES-Cruelty

to, 128.

SLEEPING OUT, VAGRANTS, 324.
SLIDES in STREETS, 312.
SMALL-POX-Inoculation, 321.
SMOKE-Black smoke, 278.
SMOKE, FURNACE to CONSUME,

278.
SMUGGLED GOODS, 129.
SNOW-THROWING from ROOF, 313.
SODOMY, 292, 421.
SOLDIERS, 293.

Buying uniform from, 79.
To maintain wives, 79.
Billeting of, 93.
Arrest of, 293.

Drunk, &c., 293.
SOLICITOR TO TREASURY, 273.
SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, 374.
SOKE of PETERBOROUGH, 37.
SPARRING-Exhibition of skill,

271.
SPECIAL CONSTABLES, 48.

Appointment of, in boroughs,

21.
Appointment of, generally,
Justices to have authority over,

50.
Powers of special constable, 50.
Refusing to serve, &c., 50.
Discontinuance of service, 50.
Assaulting constable, 50, 84.
Payment of constables, 51.
Other provision regarding, 52.

Appointment of, in riots, 289.
SPECIAL SESSIONS, 17.

SPIRITS DEFINED, 432.
SPIRITS, DILUTION OF, 182.
SPIRITUALISTS—Vagrants, 323.
SPRING GUNS, 238, 414.
STAFF, USE of, 6.
STAGE PLAYS, 302, 303.
STATEMENT of PRISONER, 4, 64,

65.
STATEMENTS, 144.
STATING CASE - Justices

powered to, 297.
STATION HOUSES, 28, 36.
STATUTE LAW (term), 67.
STATUTORY PROVISIONS (S. J,

Act, 1848), 459.
STEAM ENGINE, INJURING, 378.
ST IM WHISTLES, 245.
STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES

Powers, 219, 464,
STOCKS, PARISH, 300.
STOLEN PROPERTY.

Circulating description of, 59,
Receiving, 227, 267.
Police authority to search for,

265.
Restitution of, 286, 370.
Trial of receivers of, 369.

Advertising reward for, 370.
STONE - THROWING at TRAINS,

283.
STORES, PUBLIC, 282.
STREETS.

Preaching in, 262.
Names of, 304.
Repairing, 305.
Obstructions in, 306.

Various nuisances in, 308.
STRONG BEER LICENSE, 433, 456.
STRONG ROOMS, 28.
SUB-SHERIFF-Riot ACT, 289.
SUBORNATION of PERJURY, 252.
SUBPENAS (term), 72.
SUDDEN DEATH, CASES of, 121.
SUICIDE, 121, 294.

48, 49.

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