Canadian Criminal Cases Annotated: Series of Reports of Important Decisions in Criminal and Quasi-criminal Cases in Canada Under the Laws of the Dominion and of the Provinces Thereof, with Special Reference to Decisions Under the Criminal Code of Canada, 1892, in All the Provinces : with Annotations, a Table of Cases Cited and a Digest of the Principal Matters, Volume 31
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Page 171 - ... complaint shall be for one matter of complaint only, and not for two or more matters of complaint ; and every such information shall be for one offence only, and not for two or more offences...
Page 376 - The Criminal Law, except the Constitution of Courts of Criminal Jurisdiction, but including the Procedure in Criminal Matters.
Page 37 - trade description " means any description, statement, or other indication, direct or indirect, (a.) as to the number, quantity, measure, gauge, or weight of any goods, or...
Page 383 - ... (2) All orders and regulations made under this section shall have the force of law, and shall be enforced in such manner and by such courts, officers and authorities as the Governor in Council may prescribe, and may be varied, extended or revoked by any subsequent order or regulation; but if any order or regulation is varied, extended or revoked, neither the previous operation thereof nor anything duly done thereunder, shall be affected thereby, nor shall any right, privilege, obligation or liability...
Page 173 - ... found guilty thereof he shall then and not before be asked whether he was so previously convicted as alleged in the information and if he answers that he was so previously convicted he shall be sentenced accordingly; but if he denies that he was so previously convicted or does not answer such question, the justice shall then inquire concerning such previous conviction or convictions; 2.
Page 262 - Where the sum payable is expressed in words and also in figures and there is a discrepancy between the two, the sum denoted by the words is the sum payable; but if the words are ambiguous or uncertain, reference may be had to the figures to fix the amount; 2.
Page 25 - Such statement may be in the words of the enactment describing the offence or declaring the matter charged to be an indictable offence or in any words sufficient to give the accused notice of the offence with which he is charged.
Page 338 - The order of deportation Is not a punishment for crime. It Is not a banishment. In the sense In which that word is often applied to the expulsion of a citizen from his country by way of punishment It Is but a method of enforcing the return to his own country of an alien who has not complied with the conditions upon the performance of which the government of the nation, acting within Its constitutional authority, and through the proper departments, has determined that his continuing to reside here...
Page 192 - ... 2. Because, upon challenges for cause shown, if the reason assigned prove insufficient to set aside the juror, perhaps the bare questioning his indifference may sometimes provoke a resentment ; to prevent all ill consequences from which, the prisoner is still at liberty, if he pleases, peremptorily to set him aside.