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INDECENT EXPOSURE.

Criminal prosecution-Criminal information-Fiat

of Director of Public Prosocations .............. page 540 (See Criminal Law.)

(See Criminal Law.) INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS ACT 1866 AND AMENDMENT ACT 1880.

LICENCE. Child under fourteen residing in a house frequented

To sell excisable liquors-Occupier about to quit by prostitutes may be sent to an industrial school,

premises neglecting to apply for licence-New though living with her mother in such a house page 150 tenant or occupier ........

............ 245

Licensed premises-Constable's demand to enter INHABITED HOUSE DUTY.

-Excise licences only-Right to refuse entry ... 307

Appeal to quarter sessions-Off licence -Licensing “ Servant or other person"-Clerk dwelling with

Act 1828–Wine and Beerhouse Act 1869–Beer family and servant on the premises---Caretaker

Dealers' Retail Licences Act 1880--Amendment for protection-Exemption ...........................

Aot 1882...............

.................. 176 Tenement occupied solely for business—" Clerk”

Sunday Closing (Wales) Act 1881-Six-day licence 227 dwelling in the house for its protection .............. 64

Selling liquor at unlicensed place --Wife licensed (See Revenue.)

Husband taking liquor to an unlicensed house to

be raffled for--Whether husband an admissible INLAND REVENUE ACT 1880.

witness ............

............. 410 Brewing-Payment of duty-Exemption ............. 157 | Selling intoxicating liquor to a drunken person

Conviction for --Knowledge of condition of cusJERVIS'S ACT.

tomer ............ Practice - Rule for mandamus - Concurrent remedies--Applicant in person.......

LIGHTHOUSE.

.............. 429 Compensation-Settlement by two justices of the Rateability of, to poor rate--Beneficial occupation 491 amount

........... 442

LOCAL BOARD.
JURISDICTION.

Powers of—"New streets "--Bringing forward Prisoner properly tried and convicted in England

buildings--Public Health Acts 1848 and 1875for obtaining money by false pretence by means

Local Government Acts 1858 and 1861 ............ 83 of letter posted in England to a person in

Sewers-Adjoining local sewers--Increase of sewage 93 France ......

Common lodging-house-Resolution to register

38 & 39 Vict. c. 55................. ............... 563 JUSTICES.

Resignation of members--Number less than quorum Jurisdiction of, in enforcement of bye-laws under

--Transaction of business by-Filling up vacanElementary Education Act 1876 ..................... 24

cies--Lapse of board-Acts done by irregularly Discretion of, to refuse to renew beer licence.........

constituted board ......... Jurisdiction of, to grant licence to new tenant where former occupier neglected to apply-9 Geo. 4,

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACTS 1858 AND 1861. c. 61, 8. 14 ....................

“New streets ”-Bringing forward buildings ...... 83 Jurisdiction of, in bastardy-Service of summonsSummary Jurisdiction (Process) Act 1881

LODGERS' GOODS PROTECTION ACT 1871. Jurisdiction of, to make an order upon highway

The protection afforded by the Act does not extend authority for repair of highways under 41 & 42

to the occupation of premises for business purVict. c. 77 ..........

poses only

........ 367 Power of, under sect. 70 of 7 & 8 Vict. c. 101, to commit to prison witness refusing to answer

LONDON GAZETTE. questions in bastardy proceedings .................. 513 Duties of, as to enforcing general district rate ...... 567

Cuttings from, not receivable as evidence of notice Examination of lunatic by-Order sending to

in bankruptoy.........

.................................... 209 asylum-16 & 17 Vict. c. 97......

LUNATIC.
LANDLORD AND TENANT.

Examination of, by justices-Order sending to Declaration by lodger-Jurisdiction of magistrates

asylum-16 & 17 Viot. c. 97 to make an order for the restoration of the goods -Lodgers' Goods Protection Act 1871 ........... 696

A | MAINTENANCE BY HUSBAND OF PAUPER

WIFE.
LANDS CLAUSES ACT 1845.

(See Poor Law.)
Compensation --Settlement by two justices of the
amount-Time ...........

MANDAMUS. .......... 442

To justices to hear and determine appeal front LARCENY.

quarter sessions after dissolution of highway dis. Ringing the changes-Money obtained by a trick 281 Embezzloment-Sale by person authorised to sell

To metropolitan police magistrate to state a case-and fraudulent appropriation by him of the price 313

Meaning of "street"-Questions of fact and of

law ......................................................... 329 (See False Imprisonment.)

Refusal of justices to hear case-Rule to show cause 388

Practice-Retarn of unconditional compliance-LARCENY BY BAILEE.

Plea to-Rules of Supreme Court 1883...... 392, 440 (See Criminal Law.)

MARKET.
LIBEL.

Tolls for foreign animals landing at a market What constitutes blasphemous - Newspaper

wharf-Contagious Diseases (Animals) Acts 1869 Criminal intention in the proprietor ................. 1971 and 1878 .....................

........... 245

323

............ 327

...... 626

............... 626

trict ...............

............... 235

...... 171

SUBJECTS OF CASES.

179

........... 403

MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1854.

| Municipal election -- Four vacancies - Petition

against three only of the candidates returned

“ Beneficial occupation" of lighthouse --- Asse58-

ment to puor rate--Part of tower used as tele-

on a ground affecting validity of the whole

election ......

graph station ........

.............page 665

............page 407

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MERSEY DOCKS ACTS.

Election court-Expenses of court-Court of record

(See Poor Rate.)

--Order as to costs--Liability of borough -

Certificate of commissioners of Treasury .......... 98

METALLIFEROUS MINES REGULATION ACT

Nomination paper-Situation of property in respect

1872.

of which nominating burgess is enrolled on bur-

(See Mine.)

gess roll ....................................................

Nomination paper-Statement of name of candidate
METROPOLIS IMPROVEMENT ACTS.

--Situation of property in respect of which
Powers of Commissioners of Sewers to take

nominating burgess is enrolled on burgess-roll 296
lands for improvements -- Owner's right of

Four vacancies--Petition against three successful
pre-emption

candidates Subscription to several nomination
.....

.............. 252
Widening street-Part of building required-Power

papers-Objections improperly allowed ............. 531
of vestry to take whole

Illegal practice-Printed placard posted without

printer's name-No want of good faith-Excuse

METROPOLIS MANAGEMENT ACTS 1855

by High Court................

........... 534

AND 1862.

MURDER, ATTEMPT TO.

Paving expenses--New street on bridge over rail.
way--Land bounding or abuting on

(See Criminal Law.)
Metropolitan main drainage--Injunction --Sewers-
Increase of sewage .............
...............

NEW BUILDINGS.

General line of buildings-Old buildings--Injunc Conviction for erecting without notice-Public

tion to restrain demolishing buildings projecting

Health Act 1875 ...

beyond certified line ................... ............. 165

Person interested in contract made with vestry NEWSPAPER LIBEL AND REGISTRATION.

ceases to be member of vestry---Action for penal.

Blasphemous libel-What constitutes-Criminal

ties .........

.................. 250

intention in proprietor .......... ..............

“New street"-Land bounding or abutting on---

196

Paving expenses ........................................... 266

Fiat of Director of Public Prosecutions--Criminal

information

“Soil, rubbish, or filth”-Sweeping mud into sewer 330

.............. 540

Local government-"General line of buildinga"-

(See Criminal Law.)

Jurisdiction of magistrate - Street --- Row of

houses

331

“NEW STREETS.”

Telephone-Overhead wires ---Injunction Property Powers of local board--Bringing forward buildings

of district board in street- Meaning of words

- Public Health Acts 1848 and 1875—Local

“ vest” and “street" ....

332 Government Acts 1858 and 1861

........... 83

“ General line of buildings "--Jurisdiction of magis.

trate---Architect's decision--Certificate of archi. NEWTON DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT ACT

tect conclusive .........

............... 467

1855.

Order under seal of district board requiring over-
seors to levy rate-Validity of rate................... 476

(See Highways.)

General line of buildings-New street-Vacant site

Order of magistrate-Reduction into writing... 515

NEW TRIAL.

Foundations- Site--Removal of matter below level

Grounds for granting-Admissibility of evidence-

of bottom of foundations-41 & 42 Vict. c. 32 ... 602 Costs of previous trial

............ 47

“General line of buildings"--Effect of certificato
of superintending architect .........

619

NOMINATION PAPER.
Ambulance station--Public building-Notice to dis In municipal election, invalid, not being in the
trict surveyor-Deposit of plans and sections..... 657 form set forth in schedule to the Municipal

Elections Act 875 .....

......... 179

MINE.

"Skip" or open box-Miners using skip without

NUISANCE.

cover--Offence against Metalliferous Mines Regu Pollution of stroam by sewage---Prescriptive right
lation Act 1872

................ 183

to use fewer — Rural sanitary authority-

Riparian proprietor .......

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ACTS 1835 AND Iron company--Accumulation of cinders within

1882.

sect. 91 of Public Health Act 1875, though not

Election petition--- Amendment of petition-Juris.

injurious to health....

diction of High Court .......

Erection of urinal-Alteration by local authority

Validity of bye-law-Conviction for playing concer-

of level of street — Injunction - Compensa.

tina through streets of city ........

: 364 tion ........................................................

Election of town councillors—Four candidates

Chimney sending forth black smoke-Furnace con-

elected— Three only petitioned against-Mayor's

structed to consume smoke ..........

............ 617

allowance of objections appealed against ........... 420

Evidence-Voting paper-Admissibility of parol

OVERSEERS.

evidence to explain manifest ambiguity in ......... 427 | Status and duties of - Not entitled to oppose Bill in
Town councillor---Resignation--Withdrawal ...... 566 | Parliament and cbarge costs of opposition upon
F.lection of councillors-Nomination paper--Signa-

poor rate-Not trustees for the poor, but statut-
ture of assenting bargess-Inaccurate description

able officers with duties to keep parish books,

on burgess-roll .........

...... 644 1 collect rates, &c. ......

.............. 241

.............

............ 320

***........ 704

Expenses of opposing private Bill which would | Settlement-Illegitimate pauper-Idiot-Residence

have imposed a burden on the rates, properly I for three years-Divided Parishes Act 1876 page 126

charged by overseers in parish accounts ... page 494 Removal-Wife and children-Derivative settle-
Not justified in refusal to alter valuation list, on

ment of husband and father --Divided Parishes

account of omission of Union Assessment Com-

and Poor Law Amendment Act 1876 ................. 189

mittee to give notice of their meeting ............ 529 | Pauper lunatic--Married woman-Removal to

husband's settlement-Consent of husband--

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION.

Wife certified to be proper person to be kept in

Assault-Power to exclude member-Justification

work house ................................. ..................

- Jurisdiction of courts of law ..................... 108

Wife chargeable-Payment by husband towards
Registration of voters-Borough vote Description

cost of relief-Limit of amount to be ordered ... 296
of qualification-Sufficiency of, under Representa-

Settlement--Illegitimate child under eixteen---
tion of People Act 1867-Power of revising barris.

Divided Parishes and Poor Law Amendment Act
ter to amend description ............

1876.............

.................. 216
Franchise--County vote-Occupiers list of voters

Paupers deemed to be settled in the parish in which
--Description of qualification-Power of amend-

they were born, withing the meaning of 39 & 49

ment- Tenement” – “Dwelling house" --

Vict. c. 61, 8. 35.

Parliamentary and Municipal Registration Act

Wife chargeable-Maintenance by husband--Pay.

1878

.........694, 696 ment towards cost of relief ---Amount to be

Borongh voter-Inhabitant Occupier-Cambridge

ordered .................................................. 322

and Oxford boroughs-Rooms in college-Break

Settlement by residence-Pauper a sailor in the
of residence - Reform Act 1832 - Cambridge

mercantile marine, and without any independent

Award Act 1856 (local Act)........................... 697

home ....................................................... 355

Occupation franchise-Industrial trainer of work.

Select vestry-Workhouse and industrial schools--
house — Restrictions – Master living in same

Power to pay Roman Catholic clergyman for

house — Representation of the People Act

religious instruction .......

.............. 371

1884..........

Delay in going to trial-Proceedings prosecuted

90+......................................................... 700

Borough voter-Parochial relief-Disqualification 701

with due diligence---Poor Law Boards (Payment

Borongh voter-Receipt of alms as occupier of alms-

of Debts) Act 1859 ........

... 393

house-Disqualification .........

............ 702

Settlement by residence-Child--Divided Parishes

Occupation franchise-Soldier living in barracks by

and Poor CV Amendment Act 1876 ............... 509

virtue of service-Inhabiting seperate rooms in

Settlement by residence – Pauper a sailor-

block-Soldier of rank inhabiting other rooms

;) & 40 Vict. c. 61....................... .................

in same block ...................

Settlement- Person above the age of sixteen-
Soldier living in barracks by virtue of service-

Birthplace, or parent's settlement-Divided
Occupying separate room--Break of residence-

Parishes and Poor Law Amendment Act 1876 ... 646
Actual or constructive inhabitancy .................. 709
Revision of lists-Revising barrister's power of

POOR LAW ORDER 1867.

amendment-Description of qualification-Houses Power under, to pay Roman Catholic clergymen for

in succession-Omission of one of three houses

religious ministrations ................................. 371

occupied successively............. ............... 607

Mistake in nature of qualification Mistake in de.

POOR RATE.

scription of qualification ........ ........... 612

Buildings occupied by corporations for public

parposes-Restriction on profits ---Rateable value 54

PAVING EXPENSES.

Assessment of bookstands at railway stations ...... 123
Right of action for-Towns Improvement Clauses

Bill in Parliament casting burden on poor rate--

Act 1847 .........

Overseers opposing Bill by authority of vestry-

New street or bridge over railway-Land bounding

Right of overseers to oppose Bill and charge

or abutting on-Parapet wall

costs on poor rate ........................................

Owner rated instead of occupier-50 Geo. 3, c. 12-

PAUPER REMOVAL.

House let at greater rent than 201. ...................

(See Poor Law.)

Telegraph company-Rateability of overhead wires

---43 Eliz, c 2 ...

357

Rateability of telephone wires, poles, and attach-

PAUPER SAILOR.

ments ............

(See Poor Law.)

Lighthouse-Tower of lighthonse used as telegraph

station-Beneficial occupation-Mersey Docks

PAUPER SETTLEMENT.

Acts .......................................

School board-Lands owned or rented by the school

(See Poor Law.)

board-Elementary Education Act 1870............ 522

Salary paid out of poor rate-Disqualification of

POACHING.

guardian-5 & 6 Vict. c. 57--Clerk of highway

Act for prevention of (25 & 26 Vict. c. 14)--Person

board--Clerk of school board-Not disqualified 562

seen by constable with rabbits in posession on Telephone wires, poles, and attachments--Occupa-

highway-Flight of accused-Seizure of rabbits

tion-Rateability ..........

............... 597

200 yards from highway-Validity of information Appeal-Notice---Valuation list amended by assess-

and conviction under sect. 2............................ 673 ment committee-Appeal without further notice

against rate on amended valuation list ............ 653

POOR LAW.

(See Burial Board.)

Removal of pauper-Settlement by residence under

sixteen years of age-Derived settlement,

PRACTICE.

39 & 40 Vict. c. 61..........

........... 11 | It is irregular to make invidual members of an in.

Derivative settlement-Birth settlement-Wife,

corporated vestry defendants for the sole purpose
and children under sixteen--Father having

of making them pay costs ............ .................. 161

acquired no settlement-Divided Parishes and Municipal election petition-Amendment of petition

Poor Law Amendment Act 1876 ...... .... 69 - Jurisdiction of High Court .......

193

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Appeal-Case stated pursuant to agreement and to ! Sewer-Made for private profit-Drain intended judge's order-Decision of Queen's Bench is an

to be connected with houses built, though not * order” within the meaning of the Judicature

vested in local authority, is a “sewer" within the Act 1873, 8. 19

..................page 301 definition in sect. 4 of Public Health Act Refusal of justices to hear case--Rule to show

1875 ........

.. ... ... ... ...page 474 cause-Mandamus ....

......... 388

Sewering private street-Cost exceeding 501.—Con. Mandamus-Return of unconditional compliance

tract not under seal-Recovery of amount Plea to-Rules of Supreme Court 1883 ... ... ...... 392 apportioned from frontagers.........

................. 479 Return of unconditional compliance to writ of man. Penal action-Officer of board—“ Concerned or damus-Rules of Supreme Court 1883 ............. 440 interested in " a contract ...................

........... 493 Noxions or offensive trade-Business of fish-frying 496

WatercourseMeaning of word “ sewer"............ 560 PRISONS ACT 1877.

General district rate-Case stated by justicesLand purchase by prison authority before Act

Duties of justices as to enforcing general district Vesting of land in Prison Commissioners ......... 35 rate

567 Maintenance of criminal lunatic .

Contract not under seal-Ratification-Officer Superannuation of officers-Liability of county for

interested in contract - Effect of statutory -Prisons Act 1877 ............. ............... 174, 281 penalty ................

570 Superannuation-Compensation-Apportionment... 432 Local government-Urban Sanitary authority

Bye-laws unreasonable-Width and construction

of new street ............................................. 576 PRIVATE THEATRE.

Erection of urinal-Nuisance- Alteration by local Public performance of stage plays without licence

authority of level of street--Interference with Performances for a charity .......

....., 289 adjoining owner's right of access to premises

abutting on street-Injunction-Compensation... 588

Chimney sending forth black smoke-Furnace con. PROJECTING BUILDING.

structed to consume smoke ............ ............. 617 Continuing offence-Limitation of summary remedy Unsound meat-Punishment of offender-Admisi. -38 & 39 Vict. c. 55.........

bility of evidence of unsoundness before justice empowered to convict ..........

650

Turnpike road--Private owners-Dedication to PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS 1848 AND 1875.

public—“Street”-“Highway repairable by the Nuisance-Pollution of stream by sewage-Pre

inhabitants at large” ...................................

674 scriptive right to use sewer — Rural sanitary Building line-Right to prescribe after commence

authority-Riparian proprietor ... ... ... ... ... ...... ment of building-Injunction to pull down District local board constituted a borough-Pro

buildings ............

.............. 686 perty vesting in the borough-Right to transfer Bank Annuities ............

............

PUBLIC HOUSE Houses “adjoining or abutting” on a street-No

Licence to sell excisable liquors-Occupier about to access to street-38 & 39 Vict. c. 55 .......

quit premises–Neglect to apply for licenceHighway rate-Public works of paving ...............

9 Geo. 4, c. 61, 8. 14 ..

....... 245 Powers of local board—“New streets"-Bringing

forward buildings ......... Bewers—Metropolitan main drainage-Increase of

RAILWAYS CLAUSES ACTS 1845 AND 1863. sewage-Injunction

Bridge with an opening span-Detention of vessel Expense of paving street-Appeal to local govern.

-Barge with mast which could be lowered ...... 285 ment authority ............

Settlement by two justices of amount of compen

........................... 134 Nuisance-Iron company-Accumulation of cinders

sation for lands injuriously affected within sect. 91 of Public Health Act 1875, though not injurious to health ............. .............. 147

RAPE. Meat anfit for food of man-Exposure for sale

(See Criminal Law.) Seizure after sale-Liability of seller............... 168 Urban district Part of parish excluded-Rates for

RATING ACTS. repairs of highways in excluded part ............... 184 Conversion into “new street"-Sufficient evidence

Liability to be rated for relief of the poor--Care

taker-Servant- Tenant .......... ........... 211 of intention......

.............. 203 Summary proceedings against owners to recover

Assessment-Appeal- Agreement to pay old rates

-Order of judge Jurisdiction ...................... 298 expense of works under sect. 150—Road or street -Definition of "street" in sect. 4–Finding of

Water rate-Basis of assessment-Annual value-
Rateable value ..........

271 fact by justices ........................................... 213 | Contract not under seal — Corporation — Urban

Poor rate--Lighthouse-Part of tower used as teleSanitary Authority ...........

graph station—"Beneficial occupation”-Mer.

............. 224 Compensation-Settlement by arbitration Right

chant Shipping Act 1854 .............................. 407

Validity of rate-Order under seal of district to have amount assessed before question of

board requiring overseers to levy rate ............ 479 liability determined ..................

274 Urban authority-Expense of repairing street,

Duties of justices as to enforcing general district

rate ................................................... Payment by mistake-Action for money received

Poor rate - Notice of objection — Valuation list Appeal ...........

............. 277, 294 Bye-laws—Notice of intention to erect new build.

amended by assessment committee-Appeal with. ings and send plans-Conviction for erecting new

out further notice against rate on amended valu. buildings without notice ................................ 403

ation list .....

............... 653 Compensation for damage — Arbitration — The

RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS. question of liability should be raised in an action on the award .................................

Evidence of guilty knowledge ........... ............ 315 Local board of health-Premises beyond limit of Guilty knowledge-Possession of other property district Agreement for connecting sewer

stolen within preceding twelve months ............. 318 Drainage of houses to be hereafter erected ....... 444 !

(See Criminal Law.)

93

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............. 440

............ 567

SUBJECTS OF CASES.

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.

STAGE PLAYS. Parliamentary-Revision of lists-Revising bar. Keeping a house for public performance of-Perrister's power of amendment--- Description of

formances for a charity-6 & 7 Vict.c. 68, s. 2 page 289 qualification-Houses in succession............page 607 Mistake in nature and in description of qualifica

STEAM ROLLERS. tion ....... .......................................... 612

..... 612 | Injury to gas pipes—Repair of streets-Statutory (See Parliament.)

rights ........

............. 668

REVENUE.
Inhabited house duty-Business premises—Care-

taker a widow, her son sleeping on premises for
increased safety--Liability to duty--Customs,
&c. Acts 1878 and 1881

............ 599

STREET.
Conversion into “new street"-Intention-Suffi-

cient evidence of-Local Government Act 1858

Public Health Act 1875............ .............. 203
Definition of “ street” in sect. 4 of Public Health
Act 1875 ............

213 Expenses of paving-Liability of adjoining owners

-Towns Improvement Clauses Act 1847 ......... 301 Meaning of—Metropolis Local Management Act 1855 --Metropolis Management Amendment Act 1862 329

(See Highway.)

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RULES OF SUPREME COURT 1883. Return of unconditional compliance to a writ of mandamus-Plea to-Practice. ........

................... 440 SALE OF FOOD AND DRUGS ACTS 1875 AND

1879. Tradesman supplying different article from that demanded by purchaser.........

............. 641 | (See Adulteration.)

SUPERANNUATION ACT 1859. Compension to governor of prison-Apportion. mont-Special minute

...... 432 Prisons-Liability of county for superannuation of officers ............

............. 174

TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
Rateability of overhead wires-43 Eliz. c. 2 ......... 357

SALMON FISHERIES ACTS 1861 TO 1873.

(See Fishery District.)

SALVATION ARMY.
Unlawful assembly-Assembly of persons for lawful

purpose Knowledge by them that such assembly
would cause others to commit a breach of the
peace-Liability for such breach......

ulability for such breach................... 58 Disturbance of public peace-Singing, shouting,

and cornet playing in public streets-Hastings Local Act...

........... 413

TELEPHONE.
Overhead wires-Injunction Property of district

board in street--Meaning of words “vest” and
“ street” .........

............ 382 Rateability to poor rate of overhead wires, poles, and attachments...........

............. 389 Rateability to poor rates of wires, poles, and attach.

ments--Occupation .....

............. 597

SEA WALL.
Damage caused by extraordinary tide-Liability to
repair-Evidence of liability-Commissioners for
Levels of Fobbing owning land in level-Interest 594

TOWN COUNCILLORS.
Resignation-Withdrawal-Declaration of vacancy 566
Election of-Nomination paper-Signature of assen.

ting burgess—Inaccurate description on burgess.
roll–Municipal Corporations Act 1882 ............ 644

SETTLEMENT OF PAUPER.

(See Poor Law.)

SEWERS.
Drain intended to be connected with houses built,

though not vested in local authority, is a “sewer"
within the definition in sect. 4 of Public Health

Act 1875 .........
Meaning of word—Watercourse--Public Health
Act 1875 ..................

.....................

560 Liability to repair a sea wall-Damage caused by

extraordinary tide-Evidence of liability-Presentments--3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 22 ....... ........... 395

TOWNS IMPROVEMENT CLAUSES ACT. Right of action for paving expenses--20 & 21

Vict. c. Xxxvii.--27 & 28 Vict. c. 83 ... “Street”-Expenses of paving footpath-Liability of adjoining owners .........

......... 661 TREATY WITH FRANCE 1876. Extradition-Foreign warrant-Sufficiency of de

scription of offence.....

474

......... 128

TURNPIKE ROADS.
Brought within area of borough do not become

“ main roads" so as to render county rates liable

for half the expense of repairing them ............ 262 Private owners--Dedication to public--Tolls

“Street”-“Highway repairable by the inhabi. tants at large” ..........

............ 674

SKIM MILK.
Adulteration-Deficiency of butter fat .............. 530

SPECIAL VERDICT.
(See Criminal Law.)

TYNE, RIVER.
(See Fishery District.)

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