The Anglo-Indian Codes: Adjective law

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Clarendon Press, 1888
 

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Contents

PART III
73
Arrest by private persons
77
Arrest how made 46
80
Person arrested not to be detained more than twentyfour hours
83
Power to take bond for appearance
91
eMISCELLANEOUS
97
UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLIES
105
Procedure of Magistrate etc not empowered to act under section 107
107
Political Agent to certify fitness of inquiry into charge
109
Power to issue order absolute at once in urgent cases of nuisance 144
126
Assembly to disperse on command of Magistrate or policeofficer
127
Transfer of cases by Magistrates
132
List of witnesses for defence on trial 211
140
Procedure where dispute concerning land etc is likely to cause breach
145
Arrest to prevent such offences
151
Procedure where cognisable offence suspected
157
No inducement to be offered
163
Power to record statements and confessions
164
CONCLUSION OF TRIAL IN CASES TRIED BY JURY
168
Case to be sent to Magistrate when evidence is sufficient
170
3 List OF JURORS FOR High Court AND SUMMONING JURORS
174
Inquiry by Magistrate into cause of death
176
Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust
182
Liability of British subjects for offences committed out of British India
188
Language of record of evidence 357
190
OF SUSPENSIONS REMISSIONS AND COMMUTATIONS
204
SECTION
207
Power of Magistrate to examine such witnesses
212
Power to commit for trial
213
Detention in custody in case of refusal to attend or to execute bond
218
When a person is charged with one offence he can be convicted
219
Words in charge taken in sense of law under which offence is punish
224
Recall of witnesses when charge altered
231
When offence proved included in offence charged
238
PART IX
239
Procedure on such application
242
Procedure when no such admission is made
244
457
248
Frivolous or vexatious complaints
250
Defence
256
Procedure for summons and warrantcases applicable
262
When police may arrest without warrant 54
266
Duty of officer commanding troops required by Magistrate to disperse
272
Objection to jurors
278
Assessors how chosen
284
Process for production of further evidence
286
Defence
290
Exemption of special jurors
312
Failure of jurors to attend
318
Appeals to Court of Session how heard
322
Option to Magistrate in cases under section 355
355
Interpretation of evidence to accused or his pleader
361
Language of judgment
367
THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1882 37372
372
Tender of pardon to accomplice
373
Procedure in cases submitted to High Court for confirmation
379
INTRODUCTION TO THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 381440
381
Appeal from sentence of Presidency Magistrate
411
CONTENTS
441
Jury when European or American charged jointly with one of another
493
Power to direct admission bail or reduction of bail
498
Issue of commission and procedure thereunder
504
Power to summon medical witness
510
Deposit instead of recognisance
513
428
514
Payment to innocent purchaser of money found on accused
519
Power to sell perishable property
525
Proceedings in wrong place
531
Courts and persons before whom affidavits may be sworn
539
Procedure of provincial Magistrate in cases which he cannot dispose
540
Power of Court to pay expenses or compensation out of fine
545
Power to compel restoration of abducted females
551
Powers of Government exercisable from time to time
557
Trial of persons previously convicted of offences against coinage stamplaw
571
Procedure when Magistrate cannot pass sentence sufficiently severe 349
594
race
603
Courts to be open
608
Summoning and empanelling jurors under section 451 or 460
644
6WARRANT OF ARREST
645
PART I
649
SECTION
664
Proclamation for person absconding
689
CHAPTER X
707
Reference by Presidency Magistrate to High Court
762
THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 1882 441809
809
Disposal of case according to decision of High Court
810
Issue of warrant in lieu of or in addition to summons
842
Order for maintenance of wives and children 88
847
Short Title I
849
Evidence to be taken in presence of accused
915
Conditional order for removal of nuisance
923
THE EVIDENCE ACT 1872 842936
936
L
940
Consequences of disobedience to order
956
Direction as to costs
960
Manner of recording evidence outside Presidencytowns
984
THE FIRST APPENDIX 10061134
1006
Commencement
1009
Record in summonscases and in trials of certain offences by first
1018
Notifications etc under repealed Acts
1047
PART II
1074
CONSTITUTION AND POWERS OF CRIMINAL COURTS
1103
THE SECOND APPENDIX 11351158
1135
Arrest of vagabonds habitual robbers etc 55
1137
CHAPTER II
1141
ADDENDA TO VOLUME I 11591170
1159
ADDENDA TO VOLUME II 11701173
1170
III Acts constituting one offence but constituting when combined
1171
INDEX TO VOLUME II 11761224
1176
Power to order commitment
1178
Classes of Criminal Courts 6
1184
Enforcement of order of maintenance 490
1187
Procedure on failure to appoint jury or omission to return verdict 141
1199
High Courts order to be certified to lower Court or Magistrate
1201
438
1207
Refusal to give name and residence 57
1215
Sessions Divisions 7
1218

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Page 377 - Common Law or by virtue of any Act passed or to be passed, shall be guilty of Felony, and may be indicted and convicted either as an Accessory before the Fact...
Page 484 - All persons may be joined as defendants against whom the right to any relief is alleged to exist, whether jointly, severally, or in the alternative. And judgment may be given against such one or more of the defendants as may be found to be liable, according to their respective liabilities, without any amendment.
Page 634 - ... the trial of any such action the plaintiff shall not be permitted to go into evidence of any cause of action which is not stated in...
Page 538 - ... the court or a judge may at any time for sufficient reason order that any particular fact or facts may be proved by affidavit...
Page 521 - He shall also, if a plaintiff, be liable to have his action dismissed for want of prosecution, and, if a defendant, to have his defence, if any, struck out, and to be placed in the same position as if he had not defended, and the party interrogating may apply to the Court or a judge for an order to that effect, and an order may be made accordingly.
Page 261 - Every person who maliciously, forcibly, or fraudulently takes or entices away any child under the age of twelve years, with intent to detain and conceal such child from its parent, guardian, or other person having the lawful charge of such child...
Page 518 - If any person interrogated omits to answer, or answers insufficiently, the party interrogating may apply to the Court or a judge for an order requiring him to answer or to answer further, as the case may be. And an order may be made requiring him to answer, or answer further, either by affidavit, or by viv& voce examination, as the judge may direct.
Page 595 - Court, acts done by him in the exercise and performance of »the powers and duties of the office of President or VicePresident, as the case may be, on or before the date of the decision of the Supreme Court shall not be invalidated by reason of that declaration.
Page 520 - ... to take copies thereof; and any party not complying with such notice shall not afterwards be at liberty to put any such document in evidence on his behalf in such...
Page 590 - Court shall order delivery to be made by affixing a copy of the warrant in some conspicuous place on the property, and proclaiming to the occupant by beat of drum, or in such other mode as...

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