63 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1894)

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                         THE

LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                         FOR
                   THE YEAR 1894.


                CASES RELATING TO
       THE POOR LAW, THE CRIMINAL LAW,
                 AND OTHER SUBJECTS
                   CHIEFLY CONNECTED WITH

   Tbe Outtea anb Office of goagtitrates,
                       DECIDED IN
      THE HOUSE OF LORDS, THE COURT OF APPEAL,
             THE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION,
    AND IN THE COURT FOR CROWN CASES RESERVED.
           MICHAELMAS 1893 TO MICHAELMAS 1894.

                        REPORTED
   In the euven'a 3funj t3ibilitn antr in the Court for Craton Cade# l erbetS
                          BY
     RICHARD HOLMDEN AMPHLETT, GILBERT METCALFE,
     JOSEPH SMITH, FRANCIS BOOKER FITZROY COWPER,
SPENCER LANGTON HOLLAND, REGINALD CAUTLEY SAUNDERS,
      FREDERICK RITTER, AND JAMES EDWARD ALDOUS;
                   gn tbe o ue a o rt#
                         BY
                JAMES EYRE THOMPSON;
                   gn the Court of %ppral,
                         BY
  WILLIAM E. GORDON, GEORGE HUMPHREYS, JOSEPH SMITH,
FRANCIS BOOKER FITZROY COWPER, AND AMYAND JOHN HALL,
                    BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

                MAGISTRATES' CASES.

                  VOLUME     LXIII.
      [CONTEMPORARY  WITH  LAW  REP. [1894] 1 Q.B.;  [1894] 2 Q.B.;  [1894] A. C.]

                       LONDON:
    STEVENS AND SONS, LIMITED, 119 AND 120 CHANCERY LANE,

                         1894.

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