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at 11 at offices of Tyas and Co, Regent st, Barnsley Potts, William, Hulme, Manchester, Carringe Builder. Aug 11 at 3
3 at offices of Lawson, Peter st, Manchester Rainbow, Thomas, sen, Nottingham, Woollen Draper, Aug 17 at 3
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Vane Arms Hotel, Stockton-on-Tees Beynon, John, Orielton ter, Pembroke, of no occupation. Ang 13 &
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Manufacturer. Aug 16 at 3 at 10, Southampton bidgs, Hozborn.
Cooper, Chancery lane Bogle, James, Torge. Lancaster, Maker-up. Aug 20 at 3 at offices
of Rutter and Finney, Mawdsley st, Bolton Bolton, Joseph, Birmingham, Provision Dealer. Aug 16 at 11 a:
offices of Walford, Waterloo st, Birmingham Bowden, Eleazer, Plymouth, Stationer. Aug 14 at 11 at offices of
Stanbury, St George's Hall, East Stonehouse Brarlberry, James Walter, Leeds, Bookkeeper. Aug 11 at 11 at offices
of Billington, Bond pl, Leeds Briggs, George, Cardiff, Confectioner. Aug 14 at 11 at offices of
Tribe and Co, Crockherbtown, Cardiff Callicott, John, Alphington, Devon, Market Gardener. Ang 13 at
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at offices of Welch, Caroline st, Longton Clarke, James, Wolverhampton, Ironmonger. Aug 16 at 3 at offices
of Rhodes, Queen st, Wolverhampton Clayton, Henry, Warrington, Grocer. Aug 18 at 11 at offices of
Ridgway and Worsley, Cairo st, Warrington Cole, George', Rotherliithe st, Rotherhithe, Packing Case Maker,
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offices of Reader, Holborn viaduct Croft, Frederick, Rayleigh ter, Rotherhithe, Corn Dealer. Ang 19 ai
2.30 at offices of Chundler. Bishopsgate st Within Cuthbert, Sidney, Ashburnham, Susses, Miller. Aus 10 at 12 at
offices of Langham, Robertson st, Hastings Davis, Henry, and Stephen Davis, West Bromwich, Stafford, Corn
Dealers. Aug 17 at 11 at oflices of Shakespeare, Church st, Old
bury Costa, John de, jun, Liverpool, Bookkeeper. Aug 16 at 2 at offices
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the Bear Hotel, Cliffe, Lewes Fogo, James, Burnley, Lancaster, Coach Builder. Aug 17 st 3 at
the New Red Lion Hotel, Manchester road, Burnley. Hodgson,
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Thompson, Peter, Corbridge, Northumberland, Plumber, Aug 12 at Bedford row Hatch, Richard, Liverpool, Butcher, Aug 19 at 3 at offices of
3 at offices of Stanford, Collingwood st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Tromans, Thomas Harry, Glascote Heath, near Tamworth, Warwick, . Quilliam, Old Post Office place, Liverpool
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Whitehall, Robert James, Newport, Monmouth, Jeweller. Aug 16 offices of Booth, Holmfirth
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Windel, John Edward, Liverpool, Tailor. Aug 20 at 3 at offices of 2 at offices of Bartlett, Dale st, Liverpool
Barrell and Co, Lord st, Liverpool Hunt, George, Birmingham, Retail Brewer. A at 11 at offices Woolhouse, Alfred Lyon Littleover, near Derby, Plumbers' Goods of Parr, Colmore rd, Birmingham
Merchant. Aug 25 at 3 at Bell Hotel, Sadler gate, Derby. Powell,
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Fewings and Oakley, Queen st, Exeter. Luke, Exeter
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LONDON, AUGUST 14, 1880.
TAB High COURT OF JUSTICIARY in Scotland has had to
decide a curious charge of cruelty to animals preferred CURRENT TOPICS:
under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Scotland) The Debate on the Official Referees .......... ............... 775 Act, 1850 (13 & 14 Vict. c. 92), 8. 1, which is in the What is Cruelty to Animals P .............
same terms assection 2 of the corresponding English Profane Swearing ........
............. 775 Distributing Colours at Elections .............
776 Act of 1849 (12 & 13 Vict. c. 72). The appellant and LRADERS:
his wife were walking in Leith with two dogs which PROCISions under the infants Relief Act ...
...... ........ 776 The Indicial Statistics ...
were attacked by a larger dog. The dogs wero
.............. 777 "ENER EL CORESPONDENCE ......
separated once, but began to fight again. Neither CASTS OF LAST WEEK :
the appellant, nor his wife, nor his servant, nor & • Metropolitan Bank, The v. Heiron.....
policeman, were able to separate them. The appellant, Barker v. Hemming ....
having destroyed his umbrella in his efforts for the proHull Central Prapery Company, In ro, The ...
tection of his own dogs, fetched a knife from his house, Wayne's Merthyr Company v. Powell's Duffryn Stream Coal Company, The .................. .........
780 which was close by, and inflicted several stabs on the Wilson v. Lord Bury ....................
large dog, from the effects of which it died on the folNevill v, Snelling ........................
lowing day. The police magistrate fined him thirty shil. APPOINTMENTS w
lings, and it was argued in support of the conviction urm ..
..... 782 COMPAXIL .. ...........
that the appellant had committed an offence within the .... Lord Justico Bram allan tha Liability of Employers ....... ... 783 statute, since he had been guilty of wanton cruelty, and ELECTION 1 wuvxD 11...................
had inflicted needless pain by causing the dog to dio a linCOUNTY COURTS .........................................
784 gering and painful death. The court, however, allowed the CREDITORS' CLAIMS ........
appeal. The Lord Justice Clerk, after observing that“ it is LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK
785 not comfortable to try to separate dogs which are fightLEGAL NEWS ...................
ing,"held that there had been no cruelty within the Act, LONDON GAZETTES, &C., &0..................................
which was only aimed against persons who make an animal suffer without cause. The court, however, ex
pressly abstained from expressing an opinion as to CASES REPORTED IN TAE WEEKLY REPORTER. whether the appellant was liable to an action at the suit
of the owner of the deceased dog.
891 Butters, Ex parte. In re Harrison (App.)..
876 Crowe's Trusts, In re (Ch. Div. M.R)... Hamilton & Co. v. Johnson & Co. (App.) ..
Nor VERY LONG AGO & daily contemporary published 879
879 Hindle, In re. Megson v. Hindle (App.) ................... 866
866 a series of letters from correspondents of every age and Mead, In re. Austin v. Mead (App.) ......
degree complaining of the extent to which the habit of Middlesborough Assembly Rooms Company, In re (App.) ...... Neal, Ex parte. In re Batey (App.)......
875 profane swearing had been carried in this country, Patching v. Barnet (Ch. Div. V.C.M.) .....
None of these correspondents, so far as we can rememPugh v. The Golden Valley Railway Company (App.) .......... 863 Roberts, In re. Goodchap v. Roberts (App.) ..
870 | ber, appeared to be aware of the amount of protection Rolls v. The Vestry of St. George-the-Martyr, Southwark (App.) 867 afforded them by the law. Independently of proShippey v. Grey (App.)....................................... 877 visions in the Town Police Clauses Act, and the Waterton v. Ennis (Ch. Div. M.R.) ............................ 885 Yorkshire Banking Company, The, v. Beatson and Mycock Metropolitan Police Act, to which we will presently The Leeds and County Bank v. The Same (App.) ............ 879 refer, there is upon the Statute-book an Act passed
in the reign of George the Second (19 Geo. 2, c. 21),
which is, without a single exception, the most stringent CURRENT TOPICS.
Act of Parliament we ever read. This statute, after reciting that the “horrid, impious, and execrable uses of profane cursing and swearing, so highly displeasing to
Almighty God and loathsome and offensive to every IT IS SATISFACTORY to learn from the statement made by Christian, are become so frequent and notorious that the Solicitor-General in the House of Commons on Mon- unless speedily and effectually punished they may justly day last that the time of the official referees has, during provoke the Divine vengeance to increase the many the present year, been fully occupied, and that they were calamities these nations now (1745) labour under," pro. even unable to complete all the pending references ceeds to enact that “if any person shall profanely curse before the long vacation; and therefore the statistics of or swear and be thereof convicted," &c., “every person the business done by them during the legal year which so offending shall forfeit and lose the respective sums has just expired will be looked for with considerable hereinafter mentioned that is to say, every day interest. It was hardly to be expected that an economist | labourer, common soldier, and common seaman, one like Mr. Rylands would allow a vote for so large a sum shilling; and every other person under the degree of a as £6,800, being £1,500 for the salary of each referee, gentleman, two shillings; and every person of or above and £800 for their clerks, to pass unchallenged, but the the degree of a gentleman, five shillings." It is also pro. explanation elicited by his opposition certainly justified vided that after a conviction the fine is to be doubled, and the withdrawal of his amendment. It is to be observed after a second conviction trebled; although it was held in that Mr. Watkin Williams, who bad on several occa- Reg. v. Scott (33 L. J. M. C. 15) that the swearing of any sions severely criticized in the House the appointments number of oaths on one single occasion is one offence made and the manner in which the husiness of the only, with a cumulative penalty for each oath. But the official referees has been carried on, now stated that peculiar force of the statute lies in the succeeding sec"experience had induced him to alter his opinion.” The tions. By section 2 it is enacted that if any person Solicitor-General attributes the preseat more satisfactory swear “in the presence and hearing of any justice of the
peace,” such justice “ shall and is hereby authorized and required to convict every such offender without any other DECISIONS UNDER THE INFANTS RELIEF proof whatsoever." And in order to make the statute
ACT. still more effective, the 6th section provides that if any
The Infants Relief Act, 1874 (36 & 37 Vict. c. 62), justice “shall wilfully and wittingly omit the perform
has given rise to several discussions, Section 1 provides ance of his duty in the execution of this Act, he shall
that “all contracts, whether by specialty or by simple forfeit and lose the sum of five pounds, one moiety thereof to the use of the informer, and the other moiety thereof repayment of money lent, or to be lent, or for goods
contract, henceforth entered into by infants for the to the use of the poor of the parish,” &c. Similar, but lesser penalties may be extracted from constables supplied, or to be supplied (other than contracts for failing in the performance of their duties uuder the Act, absolutely void, provided always that this enactmeat
necessaries), and all accounts stated with infants shall be amongst which is the duty to seize any unknown person
shall not invalidate any contract into which an intet swearing in their presence," and such offender forth with to carry forthwith before the next justice of the peace,
may, by any existing or future statute, or by the rules
of common law or equity, enter, except such as now by &c.” It may be said, perhaps, that this curious statute is obsolete ; but Reg. v. Scott , which was decided only brought whereby to charge any person upon any promise
law are voidable." By section 2" 110 action shall be about twenty years ago, shows that it is not so; and we
made after full age to pay any debt contracted during understand that the Act has been put into force in more
infancy, whether there shall or shall not be any DEF than one seaport town within the last year or two. The
consideration for such promise or ratification after full principle of the Act, too, is adopted by the Town Police
." The first case decided upon the statute was a Clauses Act, 1847, s. 28, and by the Metropolitan Police Act, 1839 (2 & 3 Vict. c. 47), 8. 12, under which a
bankruptcy appeal, Ex parte Kibble, In re Onslow (23 maximum penalty of forty shillings is imposed upon
W. R. 433, L. R. 10 Ch. 373). The Lords Justices of
Appeal affirmed an order of a registrar, dismissing a persons using profane language in public streets or thoroughfares, and as these these Acts have only a limited
petition for an adjudication of bankruptcy against the
drawer of a bill of exchange, given in respect of a debt local application to the metropolis and large towns, the country swearer is provided for by the Act of George the
contracted by him during infancy, but not for neces. Second alone.
saries. He attained his majority two or three weeks after the passing of the Act, and the bill became dae in the following month. The court held that the 2nd
section of the Act applied to a ratification after the passe IN DELIVERING JUDGMENT in the Sandwich Election ing of the Act of a contract made by an infant before it, Petition, Mr. Justice Lush alluded to the revival in that Exc parte Lynch, In re Lynch (24 W. R. 375, L. R.? borough of an illegal practice, which was thought to Ch. D. 227), was a case where an infant had traded, and have died out—the distribution of flags and ribbons. the Chief Judge in Bankruptcy held that the Infants Probably many persons are unaware of the express Relief Act was no bar to his being adjudicated a bankenactment on this subject. The Bribery, &c., at | rupt in respect of a debt contracted while so trading, Elections Act, 1854 (17 & 18 Vict. c. 7), enacted, by sec. the creditors having been ignorant of the fact that he tion 7, that "no candidate before, during, or after any was an infant. The effect of the statute was also conelection shall, in regard to such election by himself or sidered by the Queen's Bench Division in Ireland, in agent, directly or indirectly provide to or for any person Belfast Banking Company v. Doherty (4 L. R. Ir. 124). having a vote at such election, or to or for any inhabitant The defendant, when of fuil age, accepted a bill of of the county, city, borough, or place for which such exchange in renewal of a former bill which had been election is held, any cockade, ribbon, or other mark of accepted by him when an infant in respect of a debt distinction.” Every person giving or providing such contracted during infancy, but not for necessaries. The things is liable to a penalty of £2, with costs of the suit, court held that the statute was no answer to an action to whoever shall sue for the same, and all payments for upon the bill by an indorsee for value having no notice or on account of any cockade, ribbon, or mark of dis. of the acceptor's infancy, but Justices O'Brien and Fitztinction, as well as for or on account of chairing, or gerald both expressed an opinion that the Act would bands of music, or flags, or banners, are to be deemed have prevented an action by the drawer of the bill “illegal payments” within the Act. This Act was against the acceptor, since as between the drawer and carried through the House of Commons by Lord John the acceptor the contract would have been either a Russell, but many of its most important provisions were promise to pay a debt contracted during infancy, or a ratiincorporated by a select committee from an independent fication of a promise made during infancy within the measure, which had been introduced by the present Lord 2nd section. The statute was also discussed by the Chief Baron.
Common Pleas Division in two actions for breach of promise of marriage. In Coxhead v. Mullis (27 W. R. 136, L. R. 3 C. P. D. 439), the defendant, when an
infant, made a promise of marriage to the plaintiff, but Mr. Edward Clarke, Q.C., M.P., was, on Monday evening broke it after attaining his majority, though there was last, at the Drill Hall, Bermondsey, presented by the South evidence of ratification after he was of full age. Lord wark Working Men's Conservative Association with a silver Coleridge and Mr. Justice Lopes held that the plaintiff inkstand, value seventy guineas, and accompanied by an was properly nonsuited, for the words of the 2nd section address engrossed upon vellum and bound in morocco. of the Act were wide enough to include a promise of
At the Warwick Assizes the case of Seal v. Claridge, an marriage, and they were not limited to the contracts interpleader issue tried before Baron Huddleston, raised a mentioned in the 1st section--namely, contracts for nice point under the new Bills of Sale Act, 1878. The repayment of money, contracts for the supply of goods plaintiff, a solicitor in London, is the holder of a bill of sale
(other than necessaries), and accounts stated. In Northon the goods of a man named Johnson ; and the defendant is an execution creditor. The Bills of Sale Act, 1878, re
cote v. Doughty (L. R. 4 C. P. D. 385), the defendant quires that every bill of sale shall be attested by a solicitor,
had, while an infant, made an offer of marriage to the and by bim explained to the parties. In the present case the plaintiff, which she accepted, subject to the approval of plaintiff, being himself a solicitor, had attested the bill of sale,
his parents. Two days before attaining his majority Baron Huddleston held the bill of sale to be void, saying
(being then on a visit to his father) he wrote a letter to that the Act clearly contemplated attestation by an indepen the plaintiff, in which he stated that he had obtained dent solicitor, and if this attestation was good, any solici. his parents' consent to the engagement, and on the day tor, who was also a money-lender, might attest, and so the after his twenty-first birthday he said to her-"Now I Act, which was passed for the benefit of grantors, would be may and will marry you as soon as I can." The case defeated. Judgment for the defendant.
was tried before Mr. Justice Lopes, who asked the jury