The Anglo-Indian Codes: Adjective law

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Clarendon Press, 1888
 

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CONTENTS
59
CONSTITUTION AND POWERS OP CRIMINAL COURTS
65
Procedure when receipt cannot be obtained
71
Sentence in cases of conviction of several offences at one trial
74
Recognisance to be forwarded
77
Arrest how made 46
80
Warrant forwarded to Magistrate for execution outside jurisdiction
83
Power to take bond for appearance
91
Power to restrict warrant
97
Persons in charge of closed place to allow search
103
Security for good behaviour from vagrants and suspected persons
109
CHAPTER XII
112
Copy of order under section 112 to accompany summons or warrant
115
cProceedings in ail cases subsequent to Order to furnish
122
Use of civil force to disperse
128
Service or notification of order
134
Procedure on order being made absolute
140
Procedure on commitment without charge or with imperfect charge 3 26
146
Keports under section 157 how submitted
158
High Court de6ned 266
160
Power to record statements and confessions
164
Case to be sent to Magistrate when evidence is sufficient
170
Inquiry by Magistrate into cause of death
176
Revision of list 334
178
Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust
182
Liability of British subjects for offences committed out of British India
188
Cognisance of offences by High Court
194
Examination of complainant
200
Power to commit for trial
206
Where it is doubtful what offence has been committed
236
When offence proved included in offence charged
238
Procedure when no such admission is made
244
Frivolous or vexatious complaints
250
Defence
256
Procedure for summons and warrantcases applicable
262
Trials before High Court to be by jury
267
Trial by same jury or assessors of several offenders in succession
273
Decision of objection
279
PREVENTION OP OFFENCES
283
Opening case for prosecution
286
Prosecutors right of reply
292
View by juror or assessors
293
Duty of jury
299
Verdict in High Court when to prevail
305
Jnrors book
311
When police may arrest without warrant 54
318
Liability to serve as jurors or assessors
321
District Magistrate to summon jurors and assessors
326
Continuing obstruction
330
Penalty for nonattendance of juror or assessor 332
332
Place of judgmentdebtors imprisonment
336
Power to direct tender of pardon 338
338
Sentence of transportation
371
Appendix A Places outside British India in which
373
Confirmation or new sentence to be Bigned by two Judges
377
Introduction to the Code of Civil Procedure 381440
381
cPboclamation and Attachment
387
Limit of number of stripes ii
393
Confinement of youthful offenders in reformatories
399
Record in appealable cases 264
407
Appeals to Court of Session how heard
409
Saving of sentences on European British subjects
416
Notice of appeal
422
Appellate Court may take further evidenoe or direct it to be taken
428
Direction as to costs 16
434
Optional with Court to hear parties
440
CHAPTER XXX
457
PART VII
463
Release of lunatic pending investigation or trial
466
Lunatic prisoners to be visited by InspectorGeneral
472
Power of Civil and Revenue Courts to complete investigation and commit
478
Discharge of offender on submission or apology
484
Deposit instead of recognisance
513
Payment to innocent purchaser of money found on accused
519
Power to sell perishable property
525
Proceedings in wrong place
531
Arrest of vagabonds habitual robbers etc 55
561
OF APPEAL REFERENCE AND REVISION
639
CHAPTER XXXVI
658
The Code of Civil Procedure 1881 441809
809
Order for maintenance of wives and children 88
847
The Evldence Act 1872 842936
936
Extent of Act
976
Confirmation of sentence of Assistant Sessions Judge or Magistrate acting
978
Unless otherwise provided no appeal to lie 44
997
The First Appendix 10061134
1006
Interpretationclause 3
1047
PART II
1074
The Second Appendix 11351158
1135
Addenda to Volume I 11591170
1159
Addenda to Volume II 11701173
1170
Security for keeping the peace on conviction 106
1171
Index to Volume II 11761224
1176
Alteration in allowance 489
1178
Trial by jury of offence triable with assessors 536
1180
Disability of one jointcreditor 8
1186
Enforcement of order of maintenance 490
1187
Snits against express trustees anil their representatives 10
1195
Injunction pending inquiry
1199
Language of record and judgment 265
1202
PART III
1203
Proclamation for person absconding 87
1212
Refusal to give name and residence 57
1215

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