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matters to which such forms refer, and when used shall be deemed to be valid and sufficient in law.

Given at Government House, Natal, this 29th day of June, 1892. By command of his Excellency the Governor.

F. S. HADEN, Colonial Secretary.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

Abduction.

breaking into any office, store, or hut), Abortion.

with intent to commit any crime. Arson.

Incest. Indecent assault on the person of a Fraudulent insolvency ; crimes by girl under the age of 12 years.

insolvents against the insolvency laws. Assault with intent do grievous Malicious injury to property. bodily harm.

Murder, including assassination, Bigamy.

parricide, infanticide, and poisoning ; Child stealing.

attempt to murder; conspiracy to Culpable homicide.

murder. Coining, or uttering counterfeit or Perjury or subornation of perjury. altered coin.

Public violence. Desertion from Her Majesty's forces, Rape and assault with intent to or from any military, volunteer, or police force.

Any act done with intent to do Falsity; forgery uttering a injury to person or property on any forged document. Fraud.

Robbery. Offences under any law relating to Theft, including theft by means of the dealing in gunpowder or fire-arms. false pretences, and theft by means of

House-breaking (including the embezzlement.

commit rape.

or

railway.

SECOND SCHEDULE.

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Form of Order for Issue of Warrant of Apprehension. To the Magistrate [or,

Esquire, Justice of the Peace) for the

Division of WHEREAS a requisition has been made to the Government of the Colony of Natal by the Government of the

for the surrender of late of

accused [or, convicted] of the commission of the crime of

within the jurisdiction of the said hereby, by this my order, signify to you that such requisition has been made, and require you to issue your warrant for the apprehension of the said

, provided that the conditions of “ The Extradition Law, 1892," relating to the issue of such warrant, are in your judgment complied with. Given under my hand at Pietermaritzburg, this

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Form of Warrant of Apprehension by order of the Colonial Secretary. To the Field-cornets, constables, police officers, and other officers of the law

proper to the execution of criminal warrants. WHEREAS the Honourable the [Colonial Secretary] by order under his land, kas signified to me (or, has notified] that requisition has been duly made for the surrender of

late of

accused [or, convicted] of the commission of the crime of

within the jurisdiction of the

This is, therefore, to command you in Her Majesty's iname forth with to apprehend the said

, pursuant to “The Extradition Law, 1892," wherever he may be found within the limits of the Colony of Natal, and bring him, or cause him to be brought, before the Magistrate for the Division of

to show cause why he should nut be surrendered in pursuance of the said Extradition Law, for which this shall be your warrant. Given under my hand at

this 189

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Form of Warrant of Apprehension without order of the Colonial Secretary. To the Field-cornets, constables, police oflicers, and other officers of the law

proper to the execution of criminal warrants. Whereas it has been shown to the undersigned

Magistrate [or, Justice of the Peace) for the Division of

that , is accused [or, convicted] of the commission of the crime of within the jurisdiction of

This is, therefore, to commind you in Her Majesty's name forthwith to apprehend the said

and to bring him, or cause him to be brought, before the Magistrate for the Division of

to be further dealt with according to law, for which this shall be your warrant. Given under my hand at

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Magistrate (or, Justice of the Peace] for the Division of

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cause has been shown to me why he should not be surrendered in pursuance of the said Law. This is, therefore, to command you, the said gaoler, to receive the said

into your custody, and him there safely to keep until he is thence delivered pursuant to the provisions of the said Extradition Law, for which this shall be your warrant. Given under my hand at

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Magistrate for the Division of

Form of Warrant of the Governor for Surrender of Fugitive Criminal.

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By his Excellency, &c. To the gaoler of the

gaol and to WHEREAS

, late of

, accused [or, convicted] of the commission of the crime of

within the jurisdiction of the was delivered into the custody of yout said gaoler, by warrant dated I

pursuant to “The Extradition Law, 1892:”

Now, therefore, I, the Governor aforesaid, do hereby, in pursuance of the said Law, order you, the said gaoler, to deliver the body of the said into the custody of the said *

, and I command you, the said , to receive the said

into your custody, and to carry him within the jurisdiction of the said , and there place him in the custody of any person or persons appointed by the said receive him, for which this shall be your warrant. Given under my hand and the public seal of the Colony of Natal, at day of

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Date of warrant of committal.

ACT of the Government of Newfoundland, respecting Foreign

Fishing Vessels. [Chap. 6.]

[Passed May 24, 1893.] Be it enacted by the Governor, the Legislative Council, and House of Assembly, in Legislative Session convened, as follows :

1. The Governor in Council may authorize the issuing of licences to foreign fishing-vessels, enabling them to enter any port on the coasts of this island for the following purposes : the purchase of bait, ice, seines, lines, and all other supplies and outsits for the fishery, and for the shipping of crews.

2. Any Justice of the Peace, Sub-Collector, Preventive Officer, Fishery Warden or Constable, may go on board any foreign fisbingvessel within any port on the coasts of this island, or hovering in British waters within three marine miles of any of the coasts, bays, creeks, or harbours of this island, and may stay on board such vessel 80 long as she remains within such port or distance.

3. Any one of the officers or persons hereinbefore mentioned may bring any foreign fishing-vessel, being within any port on the coasts of this island, or bovering in British waters within three marine miles of any of the coasts, bays, creeks, or harbours of this island, into port, may search her cargo and may examine the master upon oath touching the cargo and voyage ; and the master or person in command shall answer truly such questions as shall be put to him, under a penalty not exceeding 500 dollars. And if such foreign fishing-vessel has on board any herring, caplin, squid, or other bait fishes, ice, lines, seines, or other outfits or supplies for the fishery, purchased within any port on the coasts of this island, or within the distance of three marine miles from any of the coasts, bays, creeks, or harbours of this island, or if the master of the said vessel shall have engaged or attempted to engage any person to form part of the crew of the said vessel in any port, or on any part of the coasts of this island, without a licence therefor in writing first granted to any such vessel under the provisions of this Act, or has entered such waters for any purpose not permitted by Treaty, Convention, or Act of the Legislature, for the time being in force, such vessel and the tackle, rigging, apparel, furniture, stores, and cargo thereof shall be

forfeited.

4. All goods and vessels and the tackle, rigging, apparel, furniture, stores, and cargo thereof, liable to forfeiture under this Act, may be seized and secured by any officer or person mentioned in the second section of this Act, and every person opposing any oflicer or person in the execution of his duty under this Act, or aiding or abetting any other person in such opposition, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanour, and liable to a fine of 500 dollars.

5. In any prosecution under this Act, the presence on board of any foreign fishing.vessel, in any port of this island, or within British waters aforesaid, of any caplin, squid, or other bait fishes, of ice, lines, seines, or other outfits or supplies for the fishery, shall be prima facie evidence of the purchase of the said bait fishes and outfits within such port or waters, and the refusal or failure to produce a licence upon being called upon so to do shall be primâ facie evidence of the purchase of bait, ice, lines, seines, or other supplies or outfits for the fishery without a licence.

6. All offenders against the provision of this Act may be prosecuted and convicted, and all fines, forfeitures, penalties, and other punishments imposed, recovered, and made, in a summary manner, before a Stipendiary Magistrate. For the purposes of this Act all Stipendiary Magistrates shall be deemed to be Stipendiary Magis. trates for the Colony, and may exercise the jurisdiction given by this Act in any part of the Colony.

7. If any person convicted under this Act shall feel himself aggrieved by such conviction, he may appeal therefrom to the then next sitting of Her Majesty's Supreme Court, holden in or nearest the place where such conviction shall have been had, or in St. John's: Provided notice of such appeal and of the cause and matter thereof be given to the convicting Magistrate in writing, within seven days next after such conviction, and the party desiring to appeal shall also, within fourteen days after such notice, give and enter into recognizance with two approved sureties before the convicting Magistrates conditioned for the appearance of the person convicted at such next sitting of the Supreme Court, on the first day of such sitting, for the prosecution of the appeal with effect and without delay, to abide the judgment of the Court thereon, and for the delivery and surrender of any vessel or other property ordered to be confiscated, and to pay such costs as the Court may award.

8. No proceeding or conviction by, nor order of, any Magistrate or other officer under this Act shall be quashed or set aside for any informality, provided the same shall be substantially in accordance with the intent and meaning of this Act.

9. Nothing in this Act shall affect the rights and privileges granted by Treaty to the subjects of any State in amity with Her Majesty.

10. Any foreign fishing-vessel may enter any port of entry of this island for the purpose of applying for a licence under the provisions of this Act. Applications for licences under this Act shall be made to a Customs officer at a port of entry in this Colony, who is hereby authorized to issue the same. The fee for such

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