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The following pages are hardly anything eke but a compilation. They may, nevertheless, perhaps prove use* ful.
They will be found to contain the full text of the Crimi nal Statutes Consolidation Acts of 1869, with a synopsis, under each clause, of the law and the rules of pleading, practice and evidence applicable to it.
It will be found that no reference is made, except in very few instances, to the Criminal Statutory Law in force, in each of the Provinces, before Confederation. This has been thought the best mode to ensure, for the work, an equal use fulness throughout the whole of the Dominion. For the same object, no citations of cases decided and reported in each of the Provinces will generally be met with. With Mr. Clarke's valuable book, this would, moreover, have been superfluous.
However, it has not been forgotten that,
Longum iter est per pnecepta, Breve et efficax per exempln,~Â»&ntfaz.
and the reported English Crown cases down to July last will be found numerously cited and largely made use of: it cannot be denied that the weight of their authority and their practical importance, for the Dominion of Canada, have been largely increased by the enactment of the Crimi
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nal Law Consolidation Acts of 1869, based as these are on the Imperial Criminal Law Consolidation Acts of 1861, and taken almost textually from them.
At the end of each clause will be found cited the corres ponding clause of the Imperial Statute, and any material difference between both mentioned.
The annotations made by the learned Mr. Greaves, Q.C., on the u Lord Campbell's Acts," of 1851, and the Consoli dated Acts of 1861, have beencompiled and inserted, when thought of practical utility to the Canadian practitioner : these annotations are rendered the more valuable by the fact that these Statutes were drawn and framed by Mr.
Greaves.
Not a few errors, some of a very grave nature, have crept into our said Statutes of 1869 : they will be found noticed, under each clause, as they have been observed. By a glance at the following sections, where some of such errors, are met with, the necessity of a complete revision of these Acts will be amply demonstrated : sections 12, 20, 29, 32 and 46, of the Forgery Act : sections 1 9, 31 and 41 of the offences against the Person Act : sections 12, 15, 43, 54, 56, 57, 60, and 61 of the Malicious Injuries to property Act : sections 72 and 73 of 31 Vict. ch. 68, and sections 67 and 68 of 31 Vict. ch. 12, in conjunction with sections 31, 32 and 33 of the Offences against the Person Act: section 74 of 31 Vict, ch. GS,pcye 213, &c., &cÂ«, &c.
In other parts, are found provisions which seem to cover matters left entirely, by the British North America Act, under the control and legislative powers of the provincial legislatures, and therefore, ultra vires of the Parliament and unconstitutional: attention has been called to the sections
PREFACE. V
containing these enactments, as well as to others, which seem to contain a legislation entirely new, based on doctrines at all times repudiated by the Criminal Law of England, unknown, before Confederation, in each and every one of the Provinces now constituting this Dominion of Canada, and rejected by perhaps all the modern Codes of the world. An enactment of this kind may be seen in section 110 of the Larceny Act.
To this Volume, so as to make it complete by itself, have been joined a list of the cases cited, a table of contents, a table of Statutes, and a copious index : in fact, no pains have been spared to enhance its usefulness to the practitio ner.
The second Volume will consist of the Procedure Act of 1869, with annotations, the general Bepeal Act of 1869, and the Acts extending the Criminal Consolidation Statutes to Manitoba, (34 Vict. ch. 14) British Columbia, (31 Vict, ch 42) and Prince Edward Island, if this last one is then enact ed. But a condition, which must bo admitted to be a fail' one, is attached to the publication of the second Volume : it is, that the expenses incurred in the publication of the first be reimbursed. The experience of others teaches that, in this Country, one would be greatly mistaken if he expected a pecuniary reward for a law publication, but it would not be just to ask the addition of a pecuniary sacrifice to the no small amount of labour necessarily bestowed on these
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TABLE OP CONTENTS.
Paoc
An Act respecting offences relating' to the Coin., 3233 Vict.,
ch. 18 I
Forgery. â€” General Remarks 39
An Act respecting Forgery .â€”3233 Vict., ch 19 65
The Trade Marks Offences Act.â€” 35 Vict., ch. 32 113
An Act respecting offences against the person.â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 20 161
Larceny. â€” General Remarks 356
An Act respecting Larceny and other similar offences. â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 21 400
An Act for the avoidance of doubts respecting Larceny of Stamps. â€”35 Vict., ch.33 640
An Act respecting Malicious Injuries to Property.â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 22 641
An Act respecting Perjury.â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 23 726
An Act for the suppression of voluntary and extrajudicial oaths. 37 Vict., ch.37 747
An Act for the better preservation of the peace in the vicinity of public works.â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 24 (mentioned only) 753
An Act respecting certain offences relative to Her Majesty's Army and Navyâ€” 3233 Vict., ch. 25 754
An Act for the better protection of Her Majesty's Military and Naval stores.â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 26 758
An Act respecting cruelty to animals. â€” 3233 Vict., ch. 27 765
An Act respecting Vagrants.â€” 5233 Vict., ch. 28 769
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TABLE OF STATUTES.
THE COIN ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 18.
Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section
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Section 21 24
Section 22 24
Section 23 25
Section 24 26
Section 25 31
Section 26 32
Section 27 33
Section 28 34
Section 29 35
Section 30 35
Section 31 3ft
Section 32. 37
Section 33 37
Section 34. 38
Section 35 38
Section 36 38
Section 37 38
THE FORGERY ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 19.
Section Section Section Section Section
Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section
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Section 52 151
Scetion 53 151
Section 54 154
Section 55 155
Section 56 156
Section 57 167
Section 58 157
Section 69 158
THE TRADE MARKS OFFENCES ACT.
35 Vict. ch. 32.,
OFFENCES AGAINST THE" PERSON ACT.
113
3233 Vict., ch; 2<h
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THE LARCENY ACT.
3W3 Vict., ch. 2i.
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Section 91 579
Section 92 679
Section 93 584
Section 94 602
Section 95 603
Section 96 604
Section 97 604
Section 98 606
Section 99 606
Section 100 607
Section 101 608
Section 102. 609
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THE LARCENY OF STAMPS ACT.
35 Vict., ch. 33. 640  Section 2..i,
641
THE MALICIOUS INJURIES ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 22.
Section 1 641
Section 2 645
Section 3.... 646
Section 4 649
Section 5 650
Section 6 651
Section 7 661
Section 8 653
Section 9 655
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Section 11 656
Section 12 656
Section 13 658
Section 14 658
Section 15 661
Section 16 662
Section IT 664
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Section 19 667
Section 20 669
Section 21 669
Section 22 669
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Section 25 672
Section 26 674
Section 27 676
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Section 29 678
Section 30 679
Section 31 679
Section 32..... 680
Section 33 680
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Section 35 683
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Section 40 688
Section 41 688
Section 42 688
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TABLE OF STATUTES.
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Section 53 698
Section 54 699
Section 55 701
Section 56 701
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Section. 58 703
Section 59 704
Section 60 705
Section 61 706
Section 62 707
Section 63 708
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Section 66 709
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Section 73 712
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THE PERJURY ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 23.
i 726 Section 7 727
2 726 Section 8 743
3 737;Section 9 732
4 738 : Section 10 744
5 738Section 11 743
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THE VOLUNTARY OATHS ACT.
37 Vict., ch. 37. 1 747  Section 2 748
THE PEACE ON PUBLIC WORKS ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 24 753
THE ARMY AND NAVY OFFENCES ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 25.
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Section 12 761
Section 13 761
Section 14 . 761
Section 15 761
Section 16 762
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THE CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 27.
Section 1 765 Section 7 767
Section 2 766 Section 8 767
Section 3 766 Section 9 767
Section 4 766 Section 10 767
Section 5 766 Section 11 768
Section 6 767
THE VAGRANTS ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 28. Section 1 769 Section 2 770
The following are the Editions of the books most frequently cited in these pages, besides the Reports of cases, and the Crimina. Law Commissioners' Reports :
Archbold 17th.
Burn's Justice â€¢ 30th.
Stephen's Commentaries 7th.
Russell, Crimes and Misdemeanors, by Greaves % 4th.
Broom's Commentaries 4th.
Taylor, on Evidence 6th.
Hale, Pleas of the Crown 1st American.
Hawkins, Pleas of the Crown 8th.
East, Pleas of the Crown 1st.
Sir J. Kelyng's Crown cases Stevens and Haynes' reprint, 1873.
Roscoe, Crim. Evidence 6th.
Wharton's Law Lexicon 5th.
Greaves' Consol. Crim. Acts 2nd.
Blackstone's Commentaries 10th.
Starkie, Crim. Pleading. < 2nd.
Bishop, Crim. Law 5th.
Bishop, Crim. Procedure 2nd.
Bishop, Statutory Crimes 1st.
TABLE OF CASES CITED.
{See the second Volume for this list in alphabetical order.)
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Bennet v. Watson 717
Costar v. Hetherington 296
Elsmore v. St. Briavels 646
Hoyev. Bash 200
Hancock v. Somes 296
Hamilton v. Rex 597
Hopkin v. Crowe 768
Martin v. Shoppee. . 300
Morris v. Wise 447
Merriman v. Hundred ot
Chippenham 468
McPherson v. Daniels 176
O'Neil v. Longman 290
Read v. Coker 300
R v. Rogers 3
R v. Gerrish 3
R v.Williams 3
R v. Varley...i 5
R v. Morris 5
R v. Robinson 6
Rv. Connell 6
R v. Bryne 6
R v.Case 7
R v. Lavey 8
R v. Turner 8
R v. Turner 8
R v. Woolridge 11
R v. Joyce 11
Rv.Hedges 11
R v.Franks 15
R v.Page 15
Rv.Ion 15
R v.Welch 15
R v. Greenwood... 16
Rv. Hurse 16
Rv. Else 16
R v. Manners 16
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R v.Jones. 16
R v.Price 16
R v. McGinnes 17
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R v. Robinson 20
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Foster 28
Ridgeley 28
Bannon 28
Roberto 29
Grover 29
Richmond 29
Rogers 29
Weeks 30
Harvey 3a
Collins 42
Chadwick 42
Ritson 43
Hill 44
Geach 44
Birkett 44
Wilson 44
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THK COIN ACT.
3233 Vict., ch. 18.
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THE FORGERY ACT.
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THE TRADE MARKS OFFENCES ACT.
35 Vict. ch. 32.,
OFFENCES AGAINST THE* PERSON ACT.
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