The Criminal Code of Canada and the Canada Evidence Act, 1893, with an Extra Appendix Containing the Extradition Act, the Extradition Convention with the United States, the Fugitive Offenders' Act, and the House of Commons Debates on the Code

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Whiteford & Theoret, 1894 - 976 pages
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Contents

46
7
Compulsion of wife
13
Time within which fugitive must be conveyed out of Canada
19
242
20
Arrest by Peace Officer of person whom he finds committing an offence
21
Arrest by peace officer in case of certain offences
22
185
29
Definition of dwellinghouse
32
Discipline on ships
34
Offences against public order internal and external
42
Breaking place of worship and committing offence
44
Conspiracy to commit treason
46
UNLAWFUL USE AND POSSESSION OF EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES
58
PART VII
64
cit by Ld Mansfield in Dean
70
SECT
74
Enticing militiamen or members of the NorthWest mounted police
75
Frauds upon the government
80
Reading the Riot
83
Perjury defined
86
Forcible entry and detainer
89
SECT
90
Compounding penal actions
92
SECT
94
Attending or promoting a prizefight
95
Offences affecting the administration of law and justice
102
Selling pistol or airgun to minor
106
Exception as to soldiers
112
Carnally knowing idiots
114
Sale c of liquors near public works
118
Playing or looking on in gaminghouse
121
Forms of Indictment under Title IV
128
Limitations of lime for prosecuting offences under Title IV
134
Offences against the person and reputation
135
Causing bodily harm to apprentices or servants
138
Escapes and Rescues
143
SECT
145
Procuring death by false evidence
147
Corruptly taking a reward for helping to recover stolen property
156
Loaded arms
161
Escape from custody after conviction or from prison
163
DANGER TO THE PERSON
168
How escaped prisoners shall be punished
169
247
171
Sending unseaworthy ships to sea
174
Attempt to commit sodomy
175
Posting immoral books
181
PART XXI
185
S 104 Ind 467
188
Andrew Gray R v 26 J P 663 232
195
Duty to provide the necessaries of life
209
Feigned marriages
215
Death must be within a year and a
222
226
228
Answer to inquiries
235
Anon 2 Barn 138
247
Military
257
Attempt to commit such offence
264
Offences against rights of property and rights arising
266
SECT
269
Supplying means of procuring abortion
274
Theft of things under seizure
286
Receiving stolen post letter or post letter
296
Agents and attorneys
302
Dogs birds beasts and other animals
306
Stealing by picklocks
312
Archer R v Dears 449 315316
315
Obtaining execution of valuable security by false pretense
324
False statement by public officer
327
Taking marks from public stores
333
Ardley R v L R 1 C C 301 319
334
531533
342
Punishment of aggravated robbery
344
Demanding with intent to steal
351
Night Nighttime
360
Falsely pretending to enclose money c in a letter
361
Offensive weapon
376
Interpretation of terms
377
Application
388
Asplin R v 12 Cox 391
391
Extortion by certain threats
405
Housebreaking and committing an indictable offence
411
Being disguised or in possession of housebreaking instruments
417
When offence completed
423
Royal Commissioners remarks
424
Exportation of counterfeit coin
426
Punishment after previous conviction
432
Injuries to land marks indicating municipal divisions
449
Keeping cockpit
455
Peace Officer
456
Astley R v 2 East P C 720 348
459
Intimidation of any person to prevent him from working at any trade
463
Injuries to pollbooks
507
Procedure
508
PART LVIII
511
SEDITIOUS OFFENCES
512
Disclosing official secrets
516
Finding indictment
518
Piratical acts
521
Arrest of person believed to be committing certain offences by night 19
524
Comments and authorities
526
Modes of prosecution Royal Commissioners Report 527530
527
When Justice may compel appearance
533
Intoxicating liquor
541
Sending unseaworthy ships to
546
PART XLV
549
THE CANADA EVIDENCE ACT 1893
558
Copy of depositions
563
PART XLVI
579
Indictment for high treason or treasonable offence
586
770
591
Confession or admission of accused
592
Time to plead to indictment
593
Forms of indictment under Title V
600
Corporations may appear by attorney
601
Coroners inquisition
608
PART L
616
Right to full defence
620
Calling the panel
627
Jurors may have fire and refreshments
633
Arrest without warrant
646
Evidence of stealing ores or minerals
648
Special provisions in the case of treason 618
655
Amendment to be endorsed on the record
656
Custody of insane person
662
Forms
664
Royal Commissioners Report ERROR RESERVED CASE
668
Further detention of person accused
673
Admission to bail
679
Depositions may be used on trial for other offences
688
TRIAL OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS FOR INDICTABLE OFFENCES
692
Proof of previous conviction
694
Costs
699
Evidence of former written statements by witness
700
Interpretation
703
Adjournment
709
Order as to collection of costs
715
Certiorari not to lie when appeal is taken
720
Returns respecting convictions and moneys received
726
Powers of Court of Appeal
746
Render of accused by surety
752
Form under Part LIX from Schedule One
758
Application of fines
759
Proceedings after conviction
760
SURETIES FOR KEEPING THE PEACE AND FINES
766
Atty Gen for Can v Atty
770
Interpretation
772
Actions against persons administering the criminal law
776
Interest or crime no bar
778
Notarial Acts in Quebec
784
Summary trial in certain other cases
785
772
787
Magistrate may decide not to proceed summarily
791
EXTRA APPENDIX House of Commons Debates 1892 on the Criminal
806
Costs to be certified by justices
828
Compulsion in administering and taking oaths
833
COSTS AND PECUNIARY COMPENSATION RESTITUTION
834
Application for a new trial
883
Evidence for the defence
888
PAGE
893
EXTRADITION FROM FOREIGN STATE
900
GENERAL INDEX
910
512
916
Seditious offences
918
768
920
517519
928
Recovery of penalty of forfeiture
929
PART XXXII
931
Libels on foreign sovereigns
933
104
935
107
941
407
942
66
943
765
945
Intermediate effects of appeal
948
Limitation of action
951
108
952
Statutory power of Arrest
953
Alphabetical List of offences for which an arrest may be made
956
110 111
958
192 193
963
Discharge of the accused
964
34
969
910
974

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Page 337 - A conspiracy consists not merely in the intention of two or more, but in the agreement of two or more to do an unlawful act, or to do a lawful act by unlawful means.
Page 399 - Comparison of a disputed writing with any writing proved to the satisfaction of the Judge to be genuine, shall be permitted to be made by witnesses ; and such writings, and the evidence of witnesses respecting the same, may be submitted to the Court and Jury as evidence of the genuineness or otherwise of the writing in dispute.
Page 731 - ... the said complaint, and to be further dealt with according to law,"] and now, having heard the matter of the said complaint, I...
Page 570 - Given under my Hand and Seal, this Day of in the Year of our Lord at in the [ County] aforesaid.
Page 514 - The territorial waters of Her Majesty's dominions, in reference to the sea, means such part of the sea adjacent to the coast of the United Kingdom, or the coast of some other part of Her Majesty's dominions...
Page 219 - That if any Person shall unlawfully take, or cause to be taken, any unmarried Girl, being under the Age of Sixteen Years, out of the Possession and against the Will of her Father or Mother, or of any other Person having the lawful Care or Charge of her, every such Offender shall be guilty of a Misdemeanor...
Page 177 - ... with intent to resist or prevent the lawful apprehension or detainer of any person...
Page 702 - ... fide taken or received by transfer or delivery, by some person or body corporate, for a just and valuable consideration, without any notice, or without any reasonable cause to suspect that the same had by any felony or misdemeanor been stolen, taken, obtained, extorted, embezzled, converted, or disposed of, in such case the court shall not award or order the restitution of such security...
Page 774 - ... probation of good conduct, the Court may, instead of sentencing him at once to any punishment, direct that he be released on his entering into a...
Page 785 - ... does not in the opinion of the Court understand the nature of an oath, the evidence of such child may be received, though not given upon oath, if, in the opinion of the Court, such child is possessed of sufficient intelligence to justify the reception of the evidence, and understands the duty of speaking the truth...

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