The Anglo-Indian Codes, Tom 2

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Clarendon Press, 1888
 

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Proclamation for person absconding
90
Power to take bond for appearance
91
Power to restrict warrant
97
Security for good behaviour from vagrants and suspected persons
100
Search to be made in presence of witnesses
103
Security for good behaviour from habitual offenders
110
CHAPTER XII
112
Power to dispense with personal attendance
116
Power to record statements and confessions 164
120
Power to reject sureties
122
PART VI
126
Use of civil force to disperse
128
Service or notification of order
134
Procedure on order being made absolute
140
View by juror or assessors
158
When jaror or assessor may be examined 294
168
Jarors book
174
Power to order cases to be tried in different Sessions divisions
178
Revision of list
180
When police may arrest without warrant
184
Offences against Railway Telegraph Post Office and Arms Acts
185
Political Agent to certify fitness of inquiry into charge
188
Record in other cases outside Presidencytowns 356
190
Cognisance of offences by High Court
194
Order of commitment
197
Warrant with whom to be lodged
200
200 Procedure by Magistrate not competent to take cognisance of the case
201
PART IV
207
Quashing commitments under section 213 or
214
SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS
219
Custody of accused pending trial
220
87
224
When offence proved included in offence charged
238
SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS
239
Deposit instead of recognisance
246
L
262
High Court defined
266
Refusal to plead or claim to be tried
272
Police to prevent cognisable offences
274
Grounds of objection
278
Assessors how chosen
284
Bail to be taken in case of bailable offence
288
Defence
290
OF THE TRIAL OF SUMMONSCASES BY MAGISTRATES
296
Sentence
306
Place of trial of European British subjects
310
CHAPTER XXIV
330
Power to order sufficient bail when that first taken is insufficient
336
Tender of pardon to accomplice
337
89
342
No influence to be used to induce disclosures
343
Procedure when Magistrate cannot pass sentence sufficiently severe
349
Record in summonscases and in trials of certain offences by first
355
Frivolous or vexatious complaints
362
List of jurors and assessors
363
Publication of list
369
THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1882 37372
372
Unless otherwise provided no appeal to lie
404
Appeal from order requiring security for good behaviour
406
OF THE JUDGMENT
410
Appeal from sentence of Presidency Magistrate
412
Saving of sentences on European British subjects
419
Order by High Court on Appeal to be certified to lower Court
425
Abatement of appeals
432
CONTENTS
465
INFORMATION TO THE POLICE AND THEIR POWERS
468
PART I
473
When attendance of witness may be dispensed with
503
Order for disposal of property regarding which offence committed
517
Procedure by police upon seizure of property taken under section 51
523
Courts and persons before whom affidavits may be sworn
539
CHAPTER XIV
546
Expenses of complainants and witnesses
547
Power of chartered High Courts to make rules for inspection of records
553
Officers concerned in sales not to purchase or bid for property
559
PRELIMINARY
560
Judgment in alternative
588
Court of Session to send copy of finding and sentence to District Magis
611
CHAPTER 1
615
CHAPTER XXI
618
Sentence of death to be submitted by Court of Session 374
623
Power of High Court to confirm sentence or annul conviction
662
CODE IS IN FORCE
810
OF THE TRIAL OF WARRANTCASES BY MAGISTRATES
824
Short Title
842
OF THE CHARGE
862
PREVENTION OF OFFENCES
915
THE EVIDENCE ACT 1872 842936
936
Charge to state offence
956
PART II
960
Particulars as to time place and person
966
Words in charge taken in sense of law under which offence is punish
972
THE LIMITATION ACT 1877 9551005
984
Effect of errors
988
THE FIRST APPENDIX 10061134
1006
CHAPTER II
1009
Classes of Criminal Courts
1034
High Court may transfer case or itself try it 526
1041
Interpretationclause
1047
PART II
1074
Procedure on commitment without charge or with imperfect charge 2
1111
6 TERRITORIAL Divisions
1126
THE SECOND APPENDIX 11351158
1135
When new trial may be directed or trial suspended 229
1141
Power to reserve questions arising in original jurisdiction of High
1152
ADDENDA TO VOLUME I 11591170
1159
CHAPTER XLV
1169
ADDENDA TO VOLUME II 11701173
1170
Security for keeping the peace on conviction 106
1171
INDEX TO VOLUME II 11761224
1176
Deposition of medical witness
1177
Power to call for records of inferior Courts 435
1178
Procedure in warrantcases
1185
Disability of one jointcreditor
1186
Appeal from order rejecting application for restoration of attached pro
1191
Evidence for prosecution
1193
Exclusion of day on which right to sue accrues
1194
High Courts powers of revision
1196
Information in cognisable cases
1199
JOINDER OF CHARGES
1201
Irregularities which do not vitiate proceedings
1203
Absence of complainant
1213
Investigation into noncognisable cases 16
1214
Refusal to give name and residence
1215
Optional with Court to hear parties 440
1216
Sessions Divisions
1218
Power to try summarily
1223

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