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CRIMINAL LAW-continued.
5. Indictable Offences-continued.
(6) OFFENCES AS TO PUBLIC OFFICES AND ELECTIONS.

(a) A8 to Public Officers and Jurors.
(i) Offences and Punishments.
Refusal to serve in public office .

No. 12 of 1892, s. 357
Falsely pretending to be public officer, &c.
Making false declaration, &c. to qualify for
public office

8. 389 Corruption, extortion, &c. by public officer, &c.

8. 390 False certificate by public officer

8. 391 Destruction, &c. of document by public officer

8. 392 Oppression by prison officer

8. 393 Corrupting public officer or juror

8. 394 Accepting bribe to influence public officer, &c.

8. 395 Corrupt promise by judicial officer or juror

8. 396 selection of juror

8. 397 bargain as to office Bribery of native Court

No. 5 of 1883, s. 31 of Customs officer. See Customs, 1 (11) (d). (ü) Definitions, &c. Proof of falsity of pretence

No. 12 of 1892, s. 403 Provisions as to sale and purchase of office

6. 404 Corruption of public officer, &c. .

8. 405 by public officer, &c.

8. 406 Explanation as to corruption

8. 407 Corrupt agreement for lawful act

8. 108 Public officer or juror accepting bribe

8. 409 Promises to bribe

8. 410 Meaning of " valuable consideration”

8. 411 of “oppression":

8. 413 of extortion by public officer (b) A8 to Public Elections. (i) Offences and Punishments.

Making false declaration to qualify as voter
Prevention of election by force, &c.
Corruption, intimidation, or personation in re-

spect of election
Forging, falsifying, &c., voting paper
Injuring ballot box, &c.

Falsification of election return
) Definitions, dc.
Corrupting voter

8. 405 When voter guilty of corruption

B. 406 Explanation as to corruption

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8. 407 Corrupt agreement as to voting .

8. 408 Voter accepting bribe.

8. 409 Promise to bribe voter Meaning of " valuable consideration

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CRIMINAL LAW-continued.
5. Indictable Offences-continued.
(6) OFFENCES AS TO PUBLIC OFFICES AND ELECTIONS—continued.

(b) A8 to Public Elections-continued.
(ü) Definitions, &c.—continued.
Meaning of “ intimidation"

No. 12 of 1892, 8. 412 Irregularity at election not to affect liability of offender.

8, 415 (7) OFFENCES AGAINST MORALITY AND HEALTH.

(a) Bigamy and Offences as to Marriage.
(i) Offences and Punishments.
Bigamy

8. 416 Marriage with person already married

8. 417 Fictitious marriage

8. 418 Personation in marriage

8. 419 Unlawfully performing marriage ceremony

8. 420 Making false declaration, &c. for marriage

B. 421 Pretending impediment to marriage.

8. 422 Not filling up, &c. marriage certificate

8. 423 Marriage after marriage by native law

8. 424 Marriage by native law after marriage

8. 425 Substitution of child .

B. 426 (ü) Definitions, &c. Definition of bigamy .

8. 427 Special provisions as to bigamy

8. 427 Proof of marriage or divorce

8. 428 (b) Nuisances. (i) Offences and Punishments. Publishing, &c. obscene book, &c.

8. 429 Gross indecency .

8. 430 Sending indecent book, &c. by post

No. 17 of 1888, s. 31
Unnatural crimes. See above, (1) (f).
Keeping common gaming house.

No. 12 of 1892, s. 432
Hindering, &c. burial of dead body

8. 433 Dissecting dead body without authority

8. 433 Exhuming dead body.

8. 433 in cemetery

No. 9 of 1891, s. 13 Publishing false news.

No. 12 of 1892, s. 434 Selling, &c. unwholesome food

8. 435 Carrying on noxious or offensive trade

8. 436 Keeping animal so as to be a nuisance

8. 436 Keeping explosive, collection of water, or other dangerous thing

8. 436 Having dangerous excavation, work, &c.

8. 436 Obstructing public way, water, &c.

S. 436 Fouling public well, &c.

8. 436 (ii) Explanations. Explanation as to nosious trades

8. 437 as to obstruction of way.

8. 438 Obstruction to include fetish

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See above, (7) (b) (i).

CRIMINAL LAW-continued.
5. Indictable Offences--continued.
(7) OFFENCES AGAINST MORALITY AND HEALTH-continued.
(c) Slave Dealing.

Punishment and explanations as to slave dealing. No. 12 of 1892, s. 439 (8) MISCELLANEOUS OFFENCES (not under Criminal Code).

Perjury and the like. See above, (5) (a) (i).
Bribery. See above, (6)(a) (i).
As to trade marks. See TRADE MARK, 1.
Under Customs Ordinance. See Customs, 1 (11) (c).
As to foreign enlistment. See FOREIGN ENLISTMENT.
As to insurance frauds. See above, (3)(d).
Rescuing or aiding escape of lunatic. See above, (5) (c).
Selling wreck in foreign parts

No. 14 of 1888, s. 43
Exhuming dead body. See above, (7)(b) (i).
Under Post Office Ordinance :
sending explosive, &c. by post

No. 17 of 1888, s. 31 sending indecent or offensive matter by post

opening or delaying postal matter Disclosing or intercepting telegram

No. 7 of 1889, s. 16 Under Native Customs Ordinance : celebrating Krobo customs .

No. 11 of 1892, s. 4 fetish priest taking part in Krobo custom

4 chief abetting Krobo custom

4 prohibited custom .

s. 6 exhibiting flag without permit

s. 7 chief abetting certain customs without permit Under Master and Servant Ordinance : foreign recruiting without permit

No. 8 of 1893, 8. 4 inducing person

to
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abroad under informal
contract
taking apprentice out of Colony without

permit
With respect to railways. See RAILWAY, 1.
Aiding escape of political prisoner. See POLITICAL PRISONERS.

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CROWN. See GOVERNMENT.

CROWN AGENTS,

Balance of estate of deceased European officer to
be sent to

No. 4 of 1876, s. 2, 0. , nr. 46, 48
Powers and duties of, with respect to Gold Coast
Inscribed Stock and loans

No. 5 of 1898

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS,

Rules to prevent, in slaughter-houses, &c. may

be made

No. 13 of 1892, 8. 26

Prevention of, generally. See CRIMINAL LAW, 3 (3) (i).

CURRENCY. See Coin.

CUSTOM, NATIVE. See NATIVE Customs; NATIVE CUSTOM.

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CUSTOMS :

1. Management.
2. Tariff.

3. Miscellaneous.
1. Management.
Preliminary.
Short title .

No. 10 of 1876, s. 1 Application of Customs Ordinance

8. 1 Interpretation of terms

8. 2 (1) Appointment, Powers and Duties of Officers. (a) Under Customs Ordinance.

Persons employed on Customs service to be

deemed officers for such service
Comptroller to have supervision of Customs

department
Collectors to act for ports or districts assigned

5 Subordination of officers

5 Governor may issue orders for department.

8. 5 Classes of Customs officers .

s. 6 Officers to perform duties assigned

s. 7 Officers to act for ports assigned

8. 8 Temporary officers

B. 9
Officer taking unauthorized fee

See also below, (11) (d).
Declaration by officer on appointment
Books and accounts, how to be kept

8. 12
Officers' duties may be defined
Hours of attendance
Overtime fees

Governor in Council to make rules
prescribing

s. 14 (a) Fees of Comptroller as shipping master

8. 14 (a) (b) Under Treasury and Customs Ordinance.

Office of Collector of Customs and Treasurer
abolished

No. 4 of 1885, s. 2
Office of Comptroller of Customs constituted

8. 3 Duties of Comptroller

8. 3 Appointment of Comptroller

8. 4 Customs officers, appointment of

5 duties of, to be as assigned by Governor or Comptroller.

5 Saving as to existing appointments and duties

6 (2) Appointment of Ports, Warehouses, &c. Ports, sub-ports and quays

No. 10 of 1876, s. 15
Boarding stations for ships.
Places for discharging ships

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s. 16 Sufferance wharves Warehousing ports Warehouses regulations for

8. 18 Queen's warehouse, rent for storage in

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CUSTOMS—continued.
1. Management-continued.
(2) Appointment of Ports, Warehouses, &c.—continued.

Security for warehouses
Private warehouses to receive goods at request

of Collector
Saving as to existing warehouses
Importer's bond abolished .
Power to revoke or alter orders .
Wrecked or stranded goods, warehousing of

subject to regulations
Licensing of warehouse porters .

Inland ports. See below, (6) (k). (3) Management and Collection of Duties.

Revenue under management of Governor .
Duties to be levied in proportion to value or

quantity.
Rules and regulations
New duties, how to be assessed
Warehoused goods, duty payable on
Agent to produce authority if required

Such authority exempt from stamp duty (4) Payment of Moneys out of Revenue.

Money due on Governor's warrant payable out

of Customs or other revenue Auditor to allow such payments. At out stations

Overpaid duty returnable within one year .
(5) Disputes and Complaints.
(a) As to Duty.

Deposit of duty claimed in case of dispute .
Settlement of duty by Court
Where no action brought .
Procedure where action brought

Costs in such proceedings .
(b) As to Non-compliance with Law.

Comptroller may deal with certain breaches of

the law
Con coller may remit penalties in such cases

See also s. 190.
(c) Inquiry into Complaints against Officers.

Complaints against officers
Complainant may go direct to Comptroller.
Commission of inquiry may be held
Procedure at inquiry .
Governor may make order on findings of Com-

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missioners Enforcement of Governor's order

unless party objects. Commissioners may enforce order at inquiry

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