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FORM Q

FORM OF CONVICTION FOR A THIRD OFFENCE.

day of

a

day of

Canada:
North-West Territories.

To Wit:
Be it remembered that on the

day of
in the year of our Lord one thousand
at
of
in the

X. Y. is convicted before the undersigned C.D., one of Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said Territories for that he the said X.Y. on the A.D. one thousand

at in the said

(as the case may be) having violated a provision of The Liquor License Ordinance unlawfully did attempt to settle the offence with A.B., with the view of having the complaint made in respect thereof dismissed (or as the case may be);

And it appearing to me that the said X.Y. was previously, to wit: on the

A.D. 1 at the of

before, etc., duly convicted of having on the

day of A.D 1 at the

of

unlawfully sold liquor without the license therefor by law required for as the case may be);

And it also appearing to me that the said X.Y. was previously, to wit : on the

day of

A.D. 1 at the

of etc., (see above) again duly convicted of having on the day of

AD. 1 at the being the keeper of licensed premises situate in the said

unlawfully allowed gambling in his said licensed premises (or as the case may be);

I adjudged the offence of the said X.Y., herein before firstly mentioned, to be his third offence against The Liquor License Ordinance (A.B. being the informant) and I adjudged the said X.Y. for his third offence to be imprisoned in the common gaol of the said

of

at in the said

of

there to be kept at hard labour for the space of three calendar months (or as the case may be).

Given under my hand and seal the day and year first above mentioned, at

in the of

C.D. [L.S.)

J.P.

:

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FORM R.

WARRANT OF COMMITMENT FOR FIRST OFFENCE WHERE A

PENALTY IS IMPOSED.

Canada:
North - West Territories,

To Wit: To all or any of the constables and other peace officers in the of

and the keeper of the common gaol of the said

at

in the Whereas X. Y. late of the

of in the said

was on this day convicted before the undersigned C. D., one of Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the North-West Territories, for that he, the said X. Y., on

at

unlawfully did sell liquor without the license therefor by law required (state offence as in the conviction) (4. B. being the informant) and it was thereby adjudged that the said X. Y. for his said offence should forfeit and pay the sum of

(as in conviction) and should pay to the said A. B. the sum of

for his costs in that behalf ;

And it was thereby further adjudged that if the said several gums should not be paid forth with the said X. Y. should be imprisoned in the common gaol at

in the said Territories there to be kept at hard labour for the space of

unless the said several sums and the costs and charges of conveying the said X. Y. to the said common gaol should be sooner paid ;

And whereas the said X. Y. has not paid the several sums or any part thereof although the time for payment thereof has elapsed;

[If a distress warrant issued and was returned no goods or not sufficient goods, say: And whereas afterwards on the

day of A.D. 1 I, the said justice, issued a warrant to the said constable or peace officer or any of them to levy the said several sums of

of
and

by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the said X. Y;

And whereas it appears to me as well by the return of the said warrant of distress by the constable who had the execution of the same or otherwise that the said constable has made diligent search for the goods and chattels of the said X. Y. but that no sufficient distress whereon to levy the said sums could he found.)

[Or where the issuing of a distress warrant would be ruinous to the defendant and his family or if it appears that he has no goods whereon to levy a distress then instead of the foregoing recitals of the issue and return of the distress warrant, etc., say:

And whereas it has been marle to appear to me that the issuing of a warrant of distress in this behalf would be ruinous to

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the said X.Y. and his fainily or that the said X. Y. has no goods or chattels whereon to levy the said sums by distress, (as the case may be)];

These are therefore to command you, the said constables or peace officers or any of you, to take the said X. Y. and him safely convey to the common gaol at

in the of

and there deliver him to the said keeper thereof together with this precept ;

And I do hereby command you, the said keeper of the said common gaol, to receive the said X. Y. into your custody in the said common gaol there to imprison and keep him for the space of

unless the said several sums and all the costs and charges of the said distress, amounting to the sum of

and of the commitment and conveying of the said X.Y. to the said cominon gaol, amounting to the further sum of

shall be sooner paid unto you, the said keeper, and for so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant. Given under my hand and seal this

day of A.D. 1 at

C.D. (L.s.]

J.P.

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TITLE XIII.

MISCELLANEOUS.

CHAPTER 90.

An Ordinance respecting Insane Persons.
THE
JHE Lieutenant Governor by and with the advice and con-

sent of the Legislative Assembly of the Territories enacts as follows:

Issue of warrant on information before J.P.

Evidence to be taken

1. When an information is laid before a justice of the peace that any person is or is suspected and believed to be insane such justice inay issue his warrant in form A in the schedule hereto to apprehend such person and cause him to be brought before him or some other justice of the peace. R.O. c. 7, s. 1.

2. Upon the person charged as aforesaid being brought before such justice the said justice shall proceed to hear such evidence under oath as may he adduced with reference – (a) To the alleged insanity of the person so brought before

him, adjourning the inquiry from time to time as may be necessary for the purpose and remanding him

meanwhile to gaol or other safe custody ; (6) To his residence for at least the six months previous

to the inquiry ; (c) To his calling or profession ; (d) To his means of support; (e) To the fact of his being married or unmarried ; also (f) As to whether or not the said person if committed

under the provisions of this Ordinance will be sent back to his former residence and at whose cost. R.O. c. 7, s. 2; No. 1 of 1889, s. 1; No. 38 of 1897, s. 47 (1).

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Coninittal if found insane

3. If after hearing the evidence adduced the justice of the peace is satisfied the person so brought before him is insane such justice shall commit him by warrant in form B in the schedule hereto to a gaol there to remain until the pleasure of the Lieutenant Governor is known or until the said person is discharged by law and shall forth with make a report of the case accompanied with a true copy of the information and evidence taken, to the attorney general, who shall have power if he sees fit to order further inquiries to be made. R.O. c. 7, s 3; No. 38 of 1897, s. 47 (2).

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4. In case it appears to such justice that such person is not otherwise insane the justice shall discharge him. R.O. c. 7, s. 4.

discharged

5. The justice of the peace acting under the provisions of Power to this Ordinance shall have the like authority for compelling the summon attendance of witnesses as such justice would have under any law or statute in force respecting summary convictions and shall be entitled to the same fees. R.O. c. 7, s. 5; No. 38 of 1897, s. 47 (3).

SCHEDULE

FORM A.

Canada:

To all or any of the constables or North-West Territories, other peace officers of the said

Territories : Whereas information upon oath hath this day been laid before the undersigned, a justice of the peace in and for the said Territories, that A. B. (or a certain male or female person whose name is unknown) is insane; These are therefore to command you to apprehend the said

and bring him (or her) before me or soine other justice of the peace in and for the said Territories in order that inquiry may be made respecting the sanity of the said

and that he (or she) may be further dealt with according to law. Given under my hand and seal this

day of A.D. 1

in the said Territories.

at

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Canada : | To all or any of the constables or North-West Territories. other peace officers in the said

Territories and to the North-West Mounted Police force at

(or the keeper of the common gaol at

): Whereas information was laid before me (or as the case may be) a justice of the peace in and for the said Territories, on the oath of

that A.B. (or as in the information) was insane;

And whereas inquiry has been made by me respecting the sanity of the said

; And whereas I have found and adjudged the said

to be insane;

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