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CRIMINAL CASES

ANNOTATED.

A Series of Reports of Important Decisions in Criminal and Quasi-
Criminal Cases in Canada under the Laws of the Dominion and
of the Provinces thereof, with special reference to Decisions
under the Criminal Code of Canada, 1892, in all the
Provinces; with Annotations, a Table of Cases Cited
and a Digest of the Principal Matters.

EDITED BY

W. J. TREMEEAR,

OF THE TORONTO BAR.

VOL. II.

1899.

TORONTO, CANADA,

CANADA LAW BOOK COMPANY,
R. R. CROMARTY, MANAGER.

LAW BOOK SELLERS AND PUBLISHERS,

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.

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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.

BIGELOW, R. v.

385

(N.S.)

Liquor license-Statutory restriction of certiorari proceedings-Affidavit negativing guilt-Jurisdiction of magistrate-Sale of liquor by wholesale. BOWMAN, R. v.

(B.C.)

Summary conviction-Appeal after plea of guilty-
Objection not taken below-Re-opening case to
revise punishment-Cr. Code 882-R.S.B.C. c. 176,
s. 70.

CAMERON, R. v.

(QUE.)

Libel-Indictment-Sufficiency of-Averment that
'likely to injure reputation' or 'designed to insult'
-Amendment-Cr. Code 285.

CAMPBELL, R. v.

(QUE.)

Theft-Assisting to conceal stolen property-'Aid-
ing and abetting'-Continuation of a completed
crime-Cr. Code 61 (c).

CASSON, Ex Parte.

367

89

173

357

(N.B.)

Conviction-Imprisonment in default of paying fine
-Award of distress not imperative-Canada Tem-
perance Act-Cr. Code 872 (b).

CLERMONT v. LAGACÉ.

483

(QUE.)

Assault-Civil action-Conviction as bar-Cr. Code

866.

CLOUTIER, R. v.

I

(MAN.)

False pretences-Arrest on telegram-Legality of—
Cr. Code 22, 552 (2), 552 (7a).

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