The Anglo-Indian Codes: Adjective law

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Where warrant may be executed
83
Power to take bond for appearance
91
Power to restrict warrant
97
Persons in charge of closed place to allow search
103
Security for good behaviour from vagrants and suspected persons
109
DISPUTES AS TO IMMOVEABLE PROPERTY
113
Copy of order under section 112 to accompany summons or warrant
115
Contents of bond
121
Assembly to disperse on command of Magistrate or policeofficer
127
CHAPTER X
133
Procedure where jury finds Magistrates order to be reasonable
139
List of witnesses for defence on trial 211
140
Police to prevent cognisable offences
149
OF THE TRIAL OF SUMMONSCASES BY MAGISTRATES
152
Procedure in summonscases 241
159
High Court defined 266
160
Power to record statements and confessions
164
Case to be sent to Magistrate when evidence is sufficient
170
Inquiry by Magistrate into cause of death
176
Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust
182
Liability of British subjects for offences committed out of British India
188
Becord in other cases outside Presidencytowns 356
190
Cognisance of offences by High Court
194
Examination of complainant
200
Power to commit for trial
206
Power of Magistrate to examine such witnesses
212
Detention in custody in case of refusal to attend or to execute bond
218
Words in charge taken in sense of law under which offence is punish
224
Release of lunatic pending investigation or trial 466
229
Recall of witnesses when charge altered
231
Substance of accusation to be stated
243
Power to stop proceedings when no complainant
249
Plea
255
CHAPTER XLVI
259
Power to invest Bench of Magistrates invested with less power
261
Trials before High Court to be by jury
267
View by juror or assessors
293
Duty of Judge
299
Verdict in High Court when to prevail
305
Jurorsbook
313
Revision of list
326
Penalty for nonattendance of juror or assessor
332
Power to direct tender of pardon
338
Power to postpone or adjourn proceedings
344
Supplementary summons
346
Conviction or commitment on evidence partly recorded by one Magistrate
350
Language of record of evidence
355
Interpretation of evidence to accused or his pleader
361
Language of judgment
367
Trials before Court of Session to be by jury or with assessors
368
Appendix A Places outside British India in which
373
c Choosing a Jury
375
Procedure in case of difference of opinion
379
Introduction to the Code of Civil Procedure 381440
381
t Warrant vrith whom to be lodged
385
Power to suspend or remit sentences
401
Districts
442
Proviso
443
Power to order commitment 436
456
CHAPTER XXX
457
PART IV
458
Report to High Court 438
462
PART VII
463
Resumption of inquiry or trial
467
INFOEMATION TO THE POLICE AND TIIEIR POWERS
468
Lunatic prisoners to be visited by InspectorGeneral
473
Procedure of Civil Court in such cases
479
Imprisonment or committal of person refusing to answer or produce docu
485
PREVENTION OF OFFENCES
511
Deposit instead of recognisance
513
Payment to innocent purchaser of money found on accused
519
Power to sell perishable property
525
CHAPTER XIV
529
Proceedings in wrong place
531
Courts and persons before whom affidavits may be Bworn 539
539
Power of Court to pay expenses or compensation out of fine
545
Power to compel restoration of abducted females
551
Powers of Government exercisable from time to time
557
Arrest of vagabonds habitual robbers etc 55
561
OF APPEAL REFERENCE AND REVISION
639
CHAPTER XXXVI
658
Existing practice maintained 4
674
High Courts powers of revision 439
716
The Code of Civil Procedure 1882 441809
809
Decision of objection 379
848
The Evidence Act 1873 842936
936
Order for maintenance of wives and children 88
956
Liability to serve as jurora or assessors
963
Preamble
976
The First Appendix 10061134
1006
PRELIMINARY
1009
Commencement
1047
Interpretationclause
1066
PART II
1074
The Second Appendix 11351158
1135
Addenda to Volume I 11591170
1159
Security for keeping the peace on conviction 106
1171
Corrigenda in Volumes I and II 11741175
1174
Proviso
1178
Assessors how chosen 284
1180
list of jurors and assessors 321
1184
Dismissal of suits etc instituted etc after period of limitation 4
1186
Unless otherwise provided no appeal to lie 404
1187
Suits against express trustees and their representatives 10
1195
Information in cognisable cases 154
1199
Language of record and judgment 265
1202
PART III
1203
Opening case for prosecution 286
1208
Proclamation for person absconding 87
1212
Investigation into noncognisable cases
1214
Refusal to give name and residence 57
1215
Examination of accused before Magistrate to be evidence 387
1220

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