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CUSTOMS—continued.
1. Management continued.
(11) Smugglingcontinued.
(c) Offences by Persons.
Search of persons

No. 10 of 1876, s. 166
Obstructing searcher .

8. 166 Passenger making false statements

8. 166 Person to be searched may claim to be taken before Collector or D. C. or J. P.

8. 167 Misconduct by searcher

6. 168 Importing prohibited or restricted goods

8. 169 Assisting in illegal importation.

8. 169 Concealing, &c., goods removed from warehouse

8. 169 Illegally removing goods from warehouse .

6. 169 Dealing with uncustomed goods with intent

8. 169 Averment of election in above

8. 169 Improperly removing imported goods

8. 170 Assisting in such removal .

s. 170 Ayerment of election in above

8. 170 Being on ship liable to forfeiture Arrest of escaped person

8. 171

8. 172 Information unnecessary in certain cases where value of goods not over £5

8. 173 Custody of person arrested. Bail

s. 174

8. 174 Warrant of arrest

may
issue

, 174 Sale of goods pretended to be run

8. 175 Persons assembling for smuggling

s. 176 abetting such persons.

8. 176 Obstructing Customs officer

s. 176 Rescue of goods seized

8. 176 Destroying goods to prevent seizure

8. 176 Persons assembling with arms :for smuggling

s. 177 for rescue of goods seized

8. 177 for rescue of person

. 177 to prevent arrest.

s. 177 Aiding, &c., such armed persons

s. 177 Shooting at Customs boat or officer

8. 178 Wounding Customs officer . Violently obstructing Customs officer

s. 179 (a) Collusion; Bribery. Collusive seizures

8. 180 Customs officer taking bribe

8. 180 Bribery of Customs officer .

s. 180 See also above, (1) (a). (12) Procedure. (a) Generally.

Search for smuggled goods. See above, (11) (b) (c).
Seizure. See above, (11) (b), and below, (c).

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CUSTOMS—continued.
1. Management-continued.
(12) Procedure-continued.
(a) Generallycontinued.

Arrest. See above, (11) (b), (c), and below, (b).
Bail. See above, (11) (c), and below, (b), (c).
Proofs in proceedings. See below, (a).
Information unnecessary in certain cases No. 10 of 1876, s. 173
Costs in Customs proceedings

8. 181
Duties may be sued for

8. 181
Penalties and forfeitures, how enforced

8. 181
Supreme Court Ordinance, and Criminal Pro-
cedure Ordinance incorporated

8. 182
Process to be used (see s. 187)

8. 182
Venue

s. 183
Jurisdiction of D. C. by direction of Comptroller
where penalty, &c., not over £100 .

8. 184
Jurisdiction of District Commissioner by consent
where penalty over £100

8. 185
How value of goods ascertained.

s. 186
Form of information .

8. 187
Form of condemnation

8. 187
Defect in information, &c., amendment of .

8. 187
Procedure to be summary :

8. 188
Proceedings to be within three years of offence .

s. 189
Comptroller may waive proceedings

8. 190
may remit penalty, &c.

8. 190
may remit imprisonment

8. 190
See also above, (5) (b).
Governor may remit penalty, &c.

B. 191
Rewards

8. 192
Finos, &c., to go to revenue

8. 193
(b) Recovery of Penalties.
Warrant of arrest

s. 194
Bail.
Joint and several penalties.

s. 194

8. 195
Procedure on information

s. 196
Conviction in absence of defendant

s. 196
Mitigation of penalty in first offences.

8. 197
Penalty and costs to be stated in conviction

8. 198
Imprisonment in default where penalty less than
£100

8. 198
Imprisonment in default where penalty £100 or
upwards.

8. 199
Imprisonment without hard labour

8. 200
(c) Proceedings for Forfeitures.
(i.) General Provisions.
Appraisement to be filed with information

8. 201
Order nisi for condemnation

8. 202
Notice of order nisi

8. 202

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CUSTOMS— continued.
1. Management-continued.
(12) Procedure—continued.

(c) Proceedings for Forfeitures—continued.
(i.) General Provisions—continued.

Decree of condemnation
Sale of perishable goods
Bail for seizures.
Hearing of claim for restitution
Proof of condemnation
Appeal from decree for condemnation .
No security on appeal by Crown .
Appeal not to stay execution
Security to abide appeal

Judge may certify probable cause
(ü.) Claims by Owners of Ships, dc. seized.

Entry of claim and appearance
Where ship, &c. owned by more than five

persons
Where ship, &c. owned by company or

False oath as to claim, perjury (d) Evidence in Customs Proceedings.

Restricted goods deemed to be run
Proof of election by Comptroller
Proof of condemnation
Onus of proof to be on defendant
Certain averments need not be proved
Proof of office of Customs officer
Proof of order, or instructions to Customs officer
Defendant may give evidence

except in offences under ss. 176—180 (13) Protection of Officers against Actions.

Officers searching cart, &c.
Certificate of probable cause in proceeding for

forfeiture, effect of .
Protection of officer acting on probable cause

See also PUBLIC OFFICERS, 2 (1).
2. Tariff.
(1) Tariff Ordinance, 1898.

Short title and commencement
Articles dutiable
Articles exempt from duty.
Bonded wines, spirits and tobacco may be ex-

ported without payment of duty
No drawback on such goods
Repeal of former Tariff Ordinances
Saving of Kwitta Tariff Ordinance
Specific duties
Ten per cent. ad valorem duty on unenumerated

articles

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CUSTOMS—continued.
2. Tariff-continued.
(2) Kwitta (East of Volta) Tariff Ordinance, 1894.
Short title.

No. 3 of 1894, s. 1
Duty on spirits, tobacco, gunpowder and firearms

s. 2 Four per cent. ad valorem duty on various other articles

s. 2 Exemptions from duty

8. 3 Bonded wines, spirits and tobacco may be exported without payment of duty

8. 4 No drawback on such goods

8. 4 Payment of German duty to exempt from further duty

8. 5 Duty payable in German or English currency (3) Miscellaneous.

Duty on wrecked goods. See WRECKS, 2 (7).

Collection of duty. See above, 1 (3). 3. Miscellaneous. Export of arms during general prohibition

No. 14 of 1877
Collection of light dues by Customs department. No. 9 of 1878
Importation of explosives •

No. 4 of 1884
Customs officer permitting breach of Post Office
Ordinance

No. 17 of 1888, s. 29
Detention of imported goods on suspicion of
fraud

No. 20 of 1889, s. 9 Importing or exporting counterfeit coin

No. 12 of 1892, s. 300 Sunday cargo working (restriction)

No. 9 of 1892 (permits)

No. 9 of 1898 Travelling allowances to Customs officers No. 10 of 1898, s. 10 Duties of Comptroller as to licensing of Auctioneers. See AUCTIONS,

1 (2), (4).
Restriction on importation of goods with false trade mark. See TRADE

MARK, 1.
Duties and powers of Customs officers as to wreck. See WRECKS, 2 (1),

(2), (7); CRIMINAL LAW, 3 (2) (a).
Importation and storage of arms, ammunition and gunpowder. See

ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
Stamp on bill of lading. See STAMPS, 2 (3) (c).
Importation of folded woven goods. See FOLDED WOVEN GOODS.

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DALRYMPLE,

Annuity to Mrs. Dalrymple

No. 3 of 1889

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DAMAGE,
Measure of, on dishonour of Bill

No. 10 of 1894, s. 57
Compensation for. See COMPENSATION.
Injunction to stay. See INJUNCTION.
Explanation as to. See CRIMINAL LAW, 2 (3) (b).
Punishable, summarily. See CRIMINAL LAW, 3 (2) (a).

on information. See CRIMINAL LAW, 5 (3) (a).

DANGEROUS HARM. See GRIEVOUS HARM.

DAY. See TIME.

DEAD BODY. See CEMETERIES.

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DEATH,

Of party to suit. See CIVIL PROCEDURE, 1 (5) (e).
Of prisoner to be reported to coroner No. 9 of 1876 (Sc.), r. 86

medical officer to enter circumstances
of, in case book
Of lunatic to be reported to coroner

No. 3 of 1888, 8. 24
Of child, concealment of

No. 12 of 1892, s. 229 Of donor of power of attorney to agent. See MASTER AND SERVANT,

r. 102

1 (7)

Causing. See CRIMINAL LAW, 5 (1) (c).
Sentence of. See CAPITAL SENTENCE.
Certificate of. See CERTIFICATE, (5).

See CORONER.

DEBT,

Attachment of, in execution. See CiviL PROCEDURE, 5 (4) (a).
Transfer of, seized in execution. See CIVIL PROCEDURE, 5 (4) (d) (i).
Of sailor, &c. over 58. for spirits not recoverable No. 18 of 1887, s. 16
Security for payment of, in applications under

British and Colonial Probates Ordinance No. 20 of 1892, s. 3

DEBTOR,

Examination of. See CIVIL PROCEDURE, 5 (1).
Imprisonment of. See CIVIL PROCEDURE, 5 (5); PRISONS, 1 (1).
Treatment of, in prison. See PRISONS, 2 (2), (3), (4).

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' DECLARATION, Meaning of.

No. 3 of 1876, s. 8 In lieu of oath, in giving evidence

No. 4 of 1876, s. 78 in affidavits

No. 4 of 1876, Sc. 1, O. 6, r. 27 By Customs officer on admission to office No. 10 of 1876, s. 11 In lieu of promissory oath .

No. 5 of 1877, s. 14 By constabulary on enlistment.

No. 3 of 1879, 8. 15
By marine store dealer on application for permit. No. 14 of 1888, s. 45
By postal officers

No. 17 of 1888, 8. 5
By master as to ships' letters on board
Of use or trust, stamp duty on

No. 12 of 1889 (Sc.)
By member of Police Force on appointment

No. 6 of 1894, s. 9
By land surveyor

No. 8 of 1896, s. 3
As to rent of house for assessment. See Town COUNCILS, (2).
Dying. See CRIMINAL LAW, 1 (1) (m).
False. See PERJURY; FALSE STATEMENTS.

See OATH.

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