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A Series of Reports of Important Decisions in Criminal and Quasi-
and a Digest of the Principal Matters.
W. J. TREMEEAR,
OF THE TORONTO BAR.
R. R. CROMARTY, MANAGER.
32 Toronto Street.
Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine, by R. R. Cromarty,
at the Department of Agriculture.
LIBRARY OF THE
CASES REPORTED, VOL. II.
ASHCROFT, R. v.
(N.W.T.) Certiorari-Recognizance-Sufficiency of justification by sureties—Appeal taking away right to certiorari-Cr. Code 801, 892.
385 BIGELOW, R. v.
(N.S.) Liquor license-Statutory restriction of certiorari proceedings- Affidavit negativing guilt- Jurisdic
tion of magistrate—Sale of liquor by wholesale. 367 BOWMAN, R. v.
(B.C.) Summary conviction-Appeal after plea of guiltyObjection not taken below-Re-opening case to revise punishment-Cr. Code 882-R.S.B.C. c. 176,
CAMERON, R. v.
(QUE.) Libel-Indictment-Sufficiency of-Averment that likely to injure reputation or designed to insult' -Amendment-Cr. Code 285.
173 CAMPBELL, R. v.
(Que.) Theft--Assisting to conceal stolen property-Aiding and abetting '-Continuation of a completed crime-Cr. Code 61 (c).
357 CASSON, EX PARTE.
(N.B.) Conviction-Imprisonment in default of paying fine --Award of distress not imperative-Canada Temperance Act--Cr. Code 872 (b).
483 CLERMONT V. LAGACÉ.
(QUE.) Assault-Civil action-Conviction as bar—Cr. Code 866.
CLOUTIER, R. V.
(Man.) False pretences--Arrest on telegram-Legality of Cr. Code 22, 552 (2), 552 (7a).