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Seite 721 - ... (to be acknowledged in like manner as is now required in cases of writs of certiorari awarded at the instance of a defendant in an indictment), with the conditions following; that is to say, that the prosecutor shall conduct the prosecution with effect, and shall pay to the defendant or defendants, in case he or they shall be acquitted, his or their costs.
Seite 945 - XXXIII. If any candidate at any election, or any member hereafter returned to serve in Parliament, shall before the passing of this Act have paid any money for or in respect of any election hereafter to be held, or any expenses thereof, such person shall, to the best of his ability, deliver a full, true, and particular account of such payment or payments to the election auditor.
Seite 607 - That the giving or causing to be given to any Voter on the Day of Nomination or Day of polling, on account of such Voter having polled or being about to poll, any Meat, Drink, or Entertainment, by way of Refreshment, or any Money or Ticket to enable such Voter to obtain Refreshment, shall be deemed an illegal Act, and the Person so offending shall forfeit the Sum of Forty Shillings for each Offence, to any Person who shall sue for the same, together with full Costs of Suit.
Seite 547 - Doubts have also arisen as to whether the giving of Refreshment to Voters on the Day of Nomination or Day of polling be or be not according to Law, and it is expedient that such Doubts should be removed: Be it declared. and enacted, That the giving or causing to be given to any Voter on the Day of Nomination or Day of polling, on account of such Voter having polled or being about to poll, any Meat, Drink, or Entertainment, by way of Refreshment, or any Money or Ticket to enable such...
Seite 721 - In case of any indictment or information by a private prosecutor for any offence against the provisions of this Act, if judgment shall be given for the defendant, he shall be entitled to recover from the prosecutor the costs sustained by the defendant by reason of such indictment or information, such costs to be taxed by the proper officer of the court in which such judgment shall be given.
Seite 721 - It shall not be lawful for any court to order payment of the costs of a prosecution for any offence against the provisions of this Act, unless the prosecutor shall, before or upon the finding of the indictment or the granting of the information, enter into a recognizance, with two sufficient sureties, in the sum of two hundred...
Seite 721 - Act, if judgment shall be given for the defendant, he shall be entitled to recover from the prosecutor the costs sustained by the defendant by reason of such indictment or PBOCEEDnfGS—continued. information, such costs to be taxed by the proper officer of the court in which such judgment shall be given.
Seite 395 - ... the reference, be conducted in like manner, and subject to the same rules and enactments as to the power of the arbitrator and of the court, the attendance of witnesses, the production of documents enforcing or setting aside the award, and otherwise, as upon a reference made by consent under a rule of court or judge's order.
Seite 517 - ... to any person who shall sue for the same, with full costs of suit ; and every voter who shall corruptly accept or take any such meat, drink, entertainment, or provision, shall be incapable of voting at such election, and his vote, if given, shall be utterly void and of none effect.
Seite 19 - ... steward. 3. The heads of colleges and halls. 4. The canons of Christ Church. 5. The Proctors. 6. The members of the hebdomadal council. 7. The officers named in schedule (A.) to this act annexed. 8. The professors. 9. Assistant or deputy professors. 10. The public examiners.