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WORDS DEFINED-continued.
Sketch

(Breach of Official Trust) No. 12 of 1892, s. 333 Solicitor

(Supreme Court) No. 4 of 1876, s. 2 Spirits

(Spirit Licenses) No. 18 of 1887, s. 2 State. (Foreign Enlistment) No. 9 of 1888, s.

9 Foreign

(Master and Servant) No. 8 of 1893, s. Station, Officer's (Travelling Allowances) No. 10 of 1898, s. 2 Statute

(Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. 3 Stealing

(Criminal Code) Store

(Spirit Licenses) No. 18 of 1887, s. 2 (Firearms and Ammunition) No. 3 of 1892, s. 2

(Arms and Ammunition) No. 4 of 1892, s. 2 Street

· (Towns) No. 13 of 1892, s. 2 Sub-officer.

(Constabulary) No. 3 of 1879, s. 2 Suit

(Supreme Court) No. 4 of 1876, s. 2 Summary Offence

(Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. 3 Superior Officer

(Constabulary) No. 3 of 1879, s. 2 Swear.

(Interpretation) No. 3 of 1876, s. 8

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Telegram

(Telegraphs) No. 7 of 1889, s. 2 Telegraph (Telegraphs)

2 Company (Telegraphs)

2 Line · (Telegraphs)

2 Threat

(Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. 20

(With reference to Extortion)
Town
(Criminal Code)

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(Towns) No. 13 of 1892, s. 2 Town Clerk.

(Town Councils) No. 17 of 1894, s. 2 Trade.

(Weights and Measures) No. 9 of 1896, s. 37 Description (Merchandise Marks) No. 4 of 1888, s.

4 Mark (Merchandise Marks)

4 Trader (Merchandise Marks)

4 Transferor by Delivery (Bills of Exchange) No. 10 of 1894, s. 58 Travelling

• (Travelling Allowances) No. 10 of 1898, s. 2 Tribal Emblem

(Native Customs) No. 11 of 1892, s. 2

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Unlawful Entry .

Oath

(Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. 294 (Criminal Code)

8. 333

Valuable Consideration. See VALUABLE CONSIDERATION.
Value. See VALUE.
Vehicle

(Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. 3 Vessel.

(Quarantine) No. 7 of 1880, s. 2 (Sunday Cargo)

No. 9 of 1892, s. 2 (Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. 3 (Beaches Obstruction) No. 5 of 1897, s.

2 Violence

(In Relation to Riot) No. 12 of 1892, s. 335

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WORDS DEFINED-continued.

Visiting Committee
Volunteer

(Lunatic Asylum)

(Volunteers)

No. 3 of 1888, s.
No. 2 of 1884, s.

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Warehouse ..

Queen's

Public.
Weighing Machine.
Will .

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Works
Wreck
Writing

(Customs) No. 10 of 1876, s.

(Customs) (Arms and Ammunition) No. 3 of 1892, s. (Weights and Measures) No. 9 of 1896, s.

(Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s. (Registration-Land) No. 1 of 1895, s.

(Telegraphs) No. 7 of 1889, S.

(Wrecks) No. 14 of 1888, s. (Stamp Duty) No. 12 of 1889, s. (Criminal Code) No. 12 of 1892, s.

(Towns) No. 13 of 1892, s. (Master and Servant) No. 8 of 1893, s. (Registration-Land) No. 1 of 1895, s.

(Bills of Exchange) No. 10 of 1894, s.

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3 2 2 2 2

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WOUNDING,
Customs officer .

No. 10 of 1876, s. 178
Justification for, in arrest, &c. See CRIMINAL LAW, 2 (6).
Punishment. See CRIMINAL LAW, 5 (1) (b).

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WRECKS-continued.
1. Marine Inquiries-continued.
Remuneration of assessors

how payable.
Decision of Court

Practice and procedure
2. Wrecks, Casualties, Salvage.
Preliminary.

Short title
Interpretation of terms

Not to apply to H. M. ships (1) Inquiries into Wrecks, &c.

Inquiry in case of wreck or casualty.
Powers of person holding inquiry
Procedure at inquiry .

Obstructing officer holding inquiry (2) Appointment and Duties of Receivers.

Appointment of receiver of wreck
Where no receiver, D. C. to act .
Duty of receiver where ship stranded or in distress
Disobeying receiver, penalty
Powers of receiver
Non-compliance with requisition of receiver,

penalty.
Stranded goods to be delivered to receiver .
Receiver to suppress plunder and disorder .
Who to act in absence of receiver or D. C..
Trespass on land to succour ship in distress
Impeding passage over land
Inquiry to be instituted by receiver
Finding of wreck to be reported to receiver
Failure to report finding, penalty
Search warrant for concealed wreck
Notice by receiver of wreck found
Sale of certain goods at once
Fees and expenses of receiver
Governor to decide disputes as to fees, &c.

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s. 10 8. 11 8. 12 8. 13 8. 14 8. 15 s. 16 8. 16 8. 17 8. 18 8. 19 8. 20

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Receiver's fees to go to revenue . (3) Salvage.

Where concealed wreck found
In what cases payable
For saving life
Disputes as to salvage
Arbitration by D. C. as to amount payable
Costs of arbitration
Powers of D. C. in such arbitration
Appeal to Vice-Admiralty Court
Procedure in such appeals .
Disputes as to apportionment of salvage
Apportionment of salvage .
Enforcement of payment of salvage

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8. 17 8. 23 8. 24 8. 23 8. 26 s. 27 8. 28 8. 29 8. 30 S. 31 8. 32 8. 33

s. 35 8. 36 8. 37 S. 38

8. 39 S. 40

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WRECKS—continued.
2. Wrecks, Casualties, Salvage-continued.
(3) Salvage-continued.
Where salvage claim exceeds £100

No. 14 of 1888, s. 34
Sale of property where salvage not paid
Owner entitled to wreck on payment of fees, &c.
Delivery of wreck to owner
Valuation of wreck
Salvage on wreck unclaimed for three months

may be computed and paid

Jurisdiction of Vice-Admiralty Court in salvage
(4) Unclaimed Wreck.

Disposal of, after a year
(5) Offences.
Witness refusing to attend inquiry, &c.

5 Obstructing officer making inquiry

6 Disobeying receiver

8 Non-compliance with requisition of receiver

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Taking stranded cargo
Obstructing passage over land
Finding wreck and not reporting it
Removing wreck wrongfully
Impeding saving of life
Secreting, &c. wreck .
Boarding wreck without leave
Selling wreck in foreign parts, felony
Offences by dealers in marine stores
Cutting up cable, &c. without permit.
Not placing mark on anchor
Offence not being felony, to be summarily tried.

See also below, 3.
(6) Dealers in Marine Stores and Anchors.

Regulations for marine store dealers
Permit for cutting up cables
Advertisement of permit
Warrant for production of cable, &c. .

Anchors to be marked by makers (7) Miscellaneous.

Customs duties on wreck .

Powers of comptroller as to wrecked goods. 3. Miscellaneous.

Customs provisions as to wrecked goods. See CUSTOMS, 1 (2); 1 (6)

(c), (d), (e).
Unlawful possession of wreckage. See CRIMINAL LAW, 3 (2) (d).
Hindering person escaping from wreck . No. 12 of 1892, s. 220
Removal of wreck obstructing navigation . No. 5 of 1897, s. 3

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8. 48 8. 49

WRIT. See PROCESS.

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