64 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1895)

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                          THE

LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                          FOR
                    THE YEAR 1895.

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

   SZ  e Outiez anb Office of magigtrates,
                       DECIDED IN
      THE HOUSE OF LORDS, THE COURT OF APPEAL,
             THE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION,
    AND IN THE COURT FOR CROWN CASES RESERVED.
           MICHAELMAS 1894 TO MICHAELMAS 1895.

                        REPORTED
   In tbc aurn'. Wgnrb Mtiflot anti fi the Court for Cratn Cae  E rrbdr
                          BY
            GILBERT METCALFE, JOSEPH SMITH,
            FRANCIS BOOKER FITZROY COWPER,
 SPENCER LANGTON HOLLAND, AND JAMES EDWARD ALDOUS;

                   On tbe Ooudr of IEartfe,
                          BY
                JAMES EYRE THOMPSON;

                   n ibe Court of  ppraT,
                          BY
  WILLIAM E. GORDON, GEORGE HUMPHREYS, JOSEPH SMITH,
FRANCIS BOOKER FITZROY COWPER, AND AMYAND JOHN HALL,
                     BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

                MAGISTRATES' CASES.

                  VOLUME LXIV.
      [CONTEMPORA],Y  wiTr  LAW  REP. [1895]  1 Q.B.;  [1895] 2  Q.B.;  [1895]  A. C.]

                       LONDON:
    STEVENS AND SONS, LIMIITED, 119 AND 120 CHANCERY LANE,
                  n  nblisbers m solf 9I cirr.
                         1895.

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