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INJURIES TO THE PERSON-continued.
p. 1, ante.
ing to or returning from. See p. 10, ante. INSOLVENT DEBTORS. A prisoner wilfully and fraudulently omitting in 76 4.
his schedule any effects or property what- c. 57.
7 Geo. 4. c. 57. s. 70.
under this act, pun. as for perjury. Id.
s. 71. Quakers making false affirmations, incur and
shall suffer the same pen. as for perjury. Id. INTERPRETATION, General rule of, relating to any offence what- 7 & 8 G. 4.
e c. 29. ever, punishable upon ind. or summary juris. C. (a) The words “or her,” which no doubt were intended to have been inserted, are omitted in the statute.
under the 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 28. or any other
statute. . . . on In describing or referring to the offence or the
subject matter, on or with respect to which it shall be comm. or the offender, or the party affected or intended to be affected by the offence hath used or shall use words importing the singular number, or the masculine gender only, yet the statute shall be understood to include several matters, as well as one matter; and several persons, as well as one person; and females, as well as males ; and bodies corporate, as well as individuals ; unless it be otherwise specially provided, or there is something in the subject or context repugnant to such construction, and whenever any forfeit. or pen. is payable to a party aggrieved, it shall be payable to a body corporate in every case where such body shall be the party aggrieved. 7 & 8 Geo. 4.
c. 28. s. 14.
which by this or any other statute or sta-
such person shall be equally excluded from 76.4.
See Punishment, post.
. Unlawfully, and maliciously killing, maiming 7 & 86.4.
or wounding cattle, fel. pun. at the disc. c. 30. of the Ct. Tr. for life, or not less 7 yrs. or
Impr. not ex. 4 yrs. If a male, to be once,
p. 23, ante.
munition, sails, cordage, or naval or military
LABOUR, HARD-Punishment of, in certain
cases of misd. .3 G. 4. c. 114. The Ct, may sentence an offender to Impr.
with H. L. for any term, not ex. the term for which the Ct. might before the passing of this act, Impr. for such offences either in add. to or in lieu of any other pun. which may be inflicted on offender by any law in force before this act, that is to say, attempt to commit fel, riot, uttering counterfeit mo
LABOUR, HARD-continued. ney, knowing the same to be counterfeit, 3G. 4.
c. 114. keeping a com. gaming, or bawdy or disorderly house, wilful and corrupt perjury, or subornation of perjury; having entered any open or inclosed ground, with intent illegally to destroy, take, or kill game or rabbits, or with intent to aid, abet and assist any person or persons illegally to destroy, take, or kill game or rabbits, and having been found at night armed with any offensive wea
pon. 3 Geo. 4. c. 114. LARCENY (a)—General Clauses (6). The distinction between grand and petty larceny . s. 2.
is abolished, and every larceny, whatever
(a) To constitute the offence of larceny, there must be a taking from the possession, a carrying away against the will of the owner, and a felonious intent to convert to the offend. er's use.
(6) The larceny consolidation act (7&8G.4.c. 29.) commenced 1 July 1827.