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ties aforesaid appear before me the said Justice (or the said C. D. appears before me the said Justice, but the said A. B. although duly called, doth not appear by himself, his counsel, or attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved to me upon oath that the said A. B. has been duly served with the summons in this behalf, which required him to be and appear here at this day before such Justice as shall now be here, to answer to the said complaint, and to be further dealt with according to law), and now having heard the matter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said A. B. to (here state the matter required to be done), and if upon a copy of a minute of this order being served upon the said A B. either personally or by leaving the same for him at his last or most usual place of abode, he shall neglect or refuse to obey the same, in that case I adjudge the said A. B. for such his disobedience, to be imprisoned in the common gaol of the said County, for the space of

(unless the said order be sooner obeyed, if the Statute authorizes this); and I do also adjudge the said A. B. to pay to the said C. D. the sum of for the costs in this behalf; and if the said sum for costs be not paid, I adjudge the said A. B. to be imprisoned in the said gaol for the space of , to commence at and from the termination of his imprisonment aforesaid, unless the said sum of shall be sooner paid.—Given under my hand this day of , A. D. 18 .

J. S., J. P.

Order of dismissal of an information or complaint.

, to-wit. Be it remembered, that on information was laid before the undersigned for that (&c. as in the Summons to the defendant), and now at this day, to-wit, on , at both the said parties appear before me in order that I should hear and determine the said information, (or the said A. B. appeareth before me, but the said C. D. although duly called, doth not appear), whereupon the matter of the said information being by me duly considered, (it manifestly appears to me that the said information is not prored, and somit this if the complainant does not appear]), I do therefore dismiss the same, and adjudge that the said C. D. do pay to the said A. B. the sum of

for his costs incurred by him in his defence in this behalf; and if the said sum for costs be not paid forth with, or on or before ),* I order that the same be levied by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the said C. D., and in default of sufficient distress in that behalf,* I adjudge the said C. D. to be imprisoned in the common gaol of the said County, for the space of unless the said sum for costs, and all costs and charges of the said distress, and of the commitment and conveying of the said C. D. to the said commou gaol, shall be sooner paid. Given under my hand this day of , A. D. 18 .

J. S., J. P. The Note to Form O will apply here.

(R)

Certificate of Dismissal. I hereby certify that an information preferred by C. D. against A. B. for that (fc. as in the Summons, was this day considered by me, and was by me dismissed (with costs).Dated this day of 18 ..

J. S., J. P.

Warrant of Distress. These are to command you forth with to make distress of the goods and chattels of A. B.,and if within the space of five days next after the making thereof, the sum of and

costs (or for costs, as the case may be), ordered to be paid by the said A. B. on a certain conviction before me, for (shortly stating the act, default or proceeding upon which distress founded] together with the charges of taking and keeping the distress, shall uot be paid, that then you do sell the said goods and chattels, and pay the money arising by such sale unto me, to be applied as by law directed, and render the overplus (if any) on demand, to the said A. B.; and ifnu such distress can be found, then that you certify to me your doings on or before the day of next.-Given under my hand this day of , A. D. 18 .

J. S., J. P.

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(T) Constable's Return to a Warrant of Distress. I, W. T., Constable of , in the County of do hereby certify, that by virtue of this Warrant, I have made diligent search for the goods and chattels of the within mentioned A. B., and can find nore whereon to lery.-Witness my hand this day of , 18 .

W.T. (U) Warrant of Commilment for the want of distress. To any Constable in the County of and the Keeper of the Gaol of the said County.

These are to command you to take A. B., and him safely convey to the common gaol at aforesaid, and there deliver him to the keeper thereof; and you the said keeper to receive the said A. B. into your custody, and imprison him (and keep him at hard labour) for the space of unless the sum of and costs, (or costs, as the case may be), heretofore ordered to be levied by distress on a certain conviction (or, order made) before me for (shortly stating the act, default or proceeding upon which the commitment is founded], but no distress being found, and also the costs and charges of the said distress and of the commitment and conveying of the said A.B. to the said common gaol, amounting to the further sum of shall be sooner paid unto you the said keeper; and for so doing this shall be your warrant. -Given under my hand this

day of

A. D. 18 .

J. S., J. P.

(V)

Warrant of Commitment upon a conviction or order in the

first instance.. To any Constable in the County of and the Keeper of the Common Gaol of the said County

These are to command you the said constable to take A. B. and him safely convey to the common gaol at , and there to deliver him to the keeper thereof; and you the said keeper of the said common gaol to receive the said A. B. into your custody in the said common gaol, there to imprison him (and keep him at hard labour) for the space of

,* unless the several sums of and costs, for which the said A. B. has been duly convicted before me for (shortly stating the act, default or proceeding on which the commitment is founded), and the costs and charges of conveying him to the said common gaol, amounting to the further sum of shall be sooner paid, and for so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant.-Given under my hand this day of , A. D. 18 .

J. S., J. P.

(W) Warrant of Commitment under Section 29. The same as in last form to the *, being the punishment awarded to the said A. B. by a certain conviction (or order) for (shortly stating the act or default done or made] ; and I do also order that * you the said keeper do keep the said A. B. so imprisoned for a further space of from and after the expiration of the said space of , unless the sum of for costs, which the said A. B. has been adjudged to pay on the said conviction (or order), and the costs and charges of conveying him to the said gaol, amounting to the further sum of shall be sooner paid; and for so doing this shall be your warrant.-Given under my hand this day of A. D. 18 .

J. S., J. P.

(X) Warrant of Commitment under Section 30. To any Constable in the County of and the Keeper of the Common Gaol of the said County.

These are to command you the said constable to take A. B. and him safely convey to the said common gaol at aforesaid, and there deliver him to the keeper thereof; and you the said keeper to receive the said A.B. into your custody in the said common gaol, there to imprison him for the space of , for disobedience of a certain order made by me, dated the day of , A. D. 18 ; and I do also order that (as in the last Form from the *).

J.S., J. P.

CHAPTER 63.

CORONERS' INQUESTS. Section.

Section. 1 Post mortem examination, how 5 Refusal of practitioner to attend and when held.

on summons, penalty for. 2 When jurors may name medical 6 Permissive warrant. practitioner.

7 When Warrant may issue without 3 Fees of Practitioner.

inquisition. 4 Medical Officer of any public In 8 Fees, how paid.

stitution not entitled to fees; exception. 1. The Coroner, in all cases where he may deem it necessary before holding an Inquest, shall issue a summons to any legally qualified medical practitioner who may have attended the person deceased at or immediately before his death ; if pone such attended, then to any practitionerin practice at the

time near the place where the death shall have happened, · requiring his attendance as a witness, and at any time before

the holding or the termination of the Inquest, may direct a post mortem examination to be made; but if any person shall state upon oath before the Coroner, that in his belief the death was caused partly or entirely by the improper or negligent treatment of any medical practitioner, or other person, such person shall not be allowed to make or assist at such examination.

2. When a majority of the jurors are of the opinion that the cause of death has not been satisfactorily accounted for in the first instance, they may name in writing to the Coroner or Justices holding the Inquest any other medical practitioner as a witness, to make a post mortem examination, whether one has been made before or not, and he shall be summoned by the Coroner or Justices.

3. Any medical practitioner attending as a witness shall be paid according to the Table of Fees, out of the funds of the County Treasurer where the Inquest is held, on the order of the Coroner,but no payment shall be allowed unless the post mortem examination shall have been directed by the Coroner or jurors.

4. When an Inquest shall be held on the body of any person dying in any public institution, the medical officer of such institution shall not be entitled to receive any remuneration, except for a post mortem examination, and attendance to give evidence thereon, if required as aforesaid.

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