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Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple and of the North-Eastern Circuit.
1890 TO 1895.
LIST OF REPORTERS OF THE CASES IN THIS VOLUME.
BIRMINGHAM ASSIZES, by ARCHER White, Esq.;
and R. CUNNINGHAM GLEN, Esqrs. ; CHANCERY DIVISION, by L. S. Bristow and W. IVIMEY Cook,
Esqrs.; COURT OF APPEAL, by A. J. SPENCER, J. HERBERT WILLIAMS, E. A.
SCRATCHLEY, Adam BITTLESTON, and E. Manley Smith, Esqrs.; CRIMINAL APPEAL CASES, by R. CUNNINGHAM GLEN, Esq.; CROWN CASES RESERVED (IRELAND), by FRED. LEDWYCH, Esq. ; CROWN CASES RESERVED, by R. CUNNINGHAM GLEN, Esq.; EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS (BEDFORDSHIRE), by Charles
L. ATTENBOROUGH, Esq. ; HOUSE OF LORDS, by C. E. MALDEN, Esq. ; JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL, by C. E.
MALDEN, Esq. ; MIDLAND CIRCUIT, J. P. MELLOR, Joseph Smith, and A. M. WHITE,
Esqrs.; NORTH-EASTERN CIRCUIT, by R. CUNNINGHAM GLEN, Esq. ; NORTHERN CIRCUIT, by H. STEPHEN, Esq. ; OXFORD CIRCUIT, by EDWARD J. GIBBONS, Esq.; PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION, by H. Durley
R. M. MINTON-SENHOUSE, HENRY LEIGH, W. W. Orr, MERVYN LL.
INDEX TO CASES
REPORTED IN VOL. XVII.
ANDERSON (App.) v. Hamlin (Resp.) :
Fishery Board-Person fishing without a licence-Authority
of water bailiff to prosecute-25 & 26 Vict. c. 109, s. 35;
Vict. c. 39, ss. 2, 6, 7, 8 (Freshwater Fisheries Act, 1878) 129
Cruelty to animals—Rabbit coursing-Wild rabbits kept in
confinement-Domestic animals—Cruelty to Animals Acts,
1849 (12 & 13 Vict. c. 92) and 1854 (17 & 18 Vict. c. 60) 662
Apothecary—“ Acting or practising” without certificate-
Several acts on same day only one
Bankruptcy-Application to commit-Privilege of Parliament 349
Justices—Jurisdiction-Breach of law-Refusal of justices
to convict-Driving stage coach without a licence-Applica-
. . .
Barnes (App.) v. RIDER (Resp.):
Adulteration of milk-Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875 (38 &
39 Vict. c. 63), s. 6—Particulars of offence-Sale of Food
and Drugs Amendment Act, 1869 (42 & 43 Vict. c. 30), s. 10 623
Practice-Habeas corpus—Right of appeal–Judicature Act,