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In 2 vols., 8vo. 638. cloth, the ELEVENTH EDITION, much enlarged, of THE MAGISTERIAL SYNOPSIS; a Practical Guide for Magistrates, their Clerks, Attornies, and Constables ; Summary Convictions and Indictable Offences, with their Penalties, Punishments, Procedure, &c. ; being alphabetically and tabularly arranged: with a Copious Index.
“ Mr. Oke, in his preface to the eleventh accuracy and propriety of all that is novel edition, alludes to the unusually extensive in the eleventh edition. We earnestly realterations in, and additions to, the already commend to the higher classes of this wide jurisdiction of justices of the peace country Mr. Oke's Synopsis, not as a mere effected by Parliament during the sessions reference index or dictionary to be snatched of 1869, 1870 and 1871. The insertion of up at a moment of pressing need, but as a many new titles and much new matter has subject of quiet study. In conclusion, we by such legislation been rendered necessary, beg to tender our warmest thanks to Mr. while other titles have been enlarged, re- Oke for the immense boon conferred by him written, or condensed, as the experience of on the legal profession, the magistracy, and the author has suggested. Several minute the whole community by his Synopsis, changes have also been made in the refe- which now, as on a former occasion, we rences. Upon all these improvements the venture to designate as the standard guide author tells us that he has bestowed his of the magisterial bench, and the indispenpersonal attention and the utmost care. We sable companion of every justice of the have therefore a perfect guarantee of the peace."
One thick volume, 8v0., 38s. cloth, the FOURTH EDITION, enlarged and improved, of THE MAGISTERIAL FORMULIST; being a complete Collection of Forms and Precedents for practical use in all Cases out of Quarter Sessions, and in Parochial Matters, by Magistrates, their Clerks, Attornies and Constables.
“This work is too well known to need to the end of last year, and consequently it eulogy; it is in universal use in magis. includes all the forms required by the new trates' courts. It has been out of print for statutes and decisions of the six years that some time, and a new edition was urgently have apsed since the publication of the required. We believe that Mr. Oke pur- third edition. It is a book that has been posely delayed it that it might be made known so long and so extensively, that no contemporaneous, or nearly so, with the further description of it is needed now." — Synopsis.' The contents are brought down Law Times.
12mo., 10s. 6d. cloth, the SECOND EDITION of A HANDY BOOK of the GAME and FISHERY LAWS; containing the whole Law as to Game, Licences and Certificates, Poaching Prevention, Trespass, Rabbits, Deer, Dogs, Birds and Poisoned Grain throughout the United Kingdom, and Private and Salmon Fisheries in England. Systematically arranged, with the Acts, Decisions, Notes, Forms, Suggestions, &c.
12mo., 188. cloth, 700 pages, the SECOND EDITION of THE LAW OF TURNPIKE ROADS ; comprising the whole of the General Acts now in force, including those of 1861; the Acts as to Union of Trusts, for facilitating Arrangements with their Creditors; as to the interference by Railways with Roads, their Non-repair, and enforcing Contributions from Parishes, &c., practically arranged. With Cases, copious Notes, all the necessary Forms, and an elaborate Index, &c.
LICENSING INNS, &c. &c.
THE LICENSING ACTS, 1872, 1874,
AND THE OTHER ACTS IN FORCE AS TO
ALEHOUSES, BEERHOUSES, WINE & REFRESHMENT HOUSES,
SHOPS, &c. WHERE INTOXICATING LIQUORS ARE SOLD,
BILLIARD AND OCCASIONAL LICENCES;
With Explanatory Notes, the authorized forms of Licences,
Table of Offences, Index, &c.
GEORGE C. OKE,
CHIEF CLERK TO THE LORD MAYOR OF LONDON,
(Two Editions), &c. &c.
W. CUNNINGHAM GLEN,
Law Publishers to the Queen's most excellent Majesty.
OKE'S LICENSING LAWS
The Publishers beg to notify that they reserve to themselves the right of publishing, or authorizing any other person to print or publish, for Sale, any of the Forms and PRECEDENTS given in this Work (other than the prescribed Forms of Licences and those taken from Statutes), which are COPYRIGHT.
PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
A NEW edition of the late Mr. Oke's Work on the
Licensing Laws being necessitated by the passing of the Licensing Act, 1874, Messrs. Butterworth entrusted its preparation to the present Editor, as being cognate to some of his other works.
He has carefully eliminated the repealed sections of the Act of 1872, and introduced the provisions of the new Act in the appropriate divisions, whilst at the same time adhering strictly to the arrangement of the original Work. All the decisions of the Courts upon the Licensing Laws up to the present time have also been incorporated; and the voluminous references throughout the Work have been made to correspond.
The Editor trusts that his labours will fully sustain the reputation of Mr. Oke's Work as a reliable guide to the several branches of the Licensing Laws; and that it will be found still to receive the confidence of