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A SERIES OF REPORTS OF IMPORTANT DECISIONS IN
W. J. TRE MEEAR,
OF THE TORONTO BAR
R. R. CROMARTY, Pres.
32 and 34 Toronto Street.
CASES REPORTED, VOL. XV.
BLYTHE, R. v.
(ONT.) Murder-Negativing intent-Reducing charge to manslaughter-Intoxication of accused-Evidence of his incapacity to understand the quality of his act—Question for jury--Omission to direct jury on law applicable to issue raised on evidence-Failure of prisoner's counsel to ask direction-New trial-Consent dispensing with stated case-Cr. Code (1906) secs. 19, 252, 259, 1014, 1015, 1016.
BECKETT, R. v.
(ONT.) Trade combine—Wholesale Grocers' Association-Protection of interests of jobbing trade-Limiting wholesale discounts to the exclusively wholesale trade-No interference with prices of manufacture or of retailer-Lawful intent-No "undue” restraint of trade-Cr. Code (1906) sec. 498.
BOWES, R. v.
(ONT.) Attempt to carnally know child under fourteen-Evidence of child not under oath-Corroboration-Child's complaint to her mother on day of offence-Cr. Code (1906) secs. 302, 1003.
BUTTERFIELD, R. v.
(ONT.) Evidence--Cross-examination-Selling liquor without license-Two separate offences charged for same dayCross-examination in one as to facts in other-Credit of witness-Discretion to exclude questions-Full answer and defence-Cr. Code (1906) sec. 786.