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2. (Criminal).—Statement of offences reported, and of persons tried, convicted, and acquitted for each offence in the year 1872.
Description Op Offences.
Offences against the state
Offences relating to the army and
By public servants —attempta Relating to public \. servants.
Contempt of lawful authority
of the same.
Offences against public justice
Offences relating to coin
„ „ to stamps
„ m to weights and mea
_ „ affecting public
„ „ safety
„ „ convenience
„ decency or morals
„ „ to religion
Abetment of suicide
(•Attended with agCausing mis-) gravatiug circumcarriage stances.
Injury to unborn children
Exposure of infanta
Concealment of births hv secret dis-
Criminal force or assault
(a.) Of these, in one the commitment was cancelled.
(A.) Of these, one person was tried at the High Court Sessions, as the woman who was mortally wounded by him died in Chandney Hospital, and the Coroner took cognizance of the case.
2. (Criminal.)—Statement of offences reported, and of persons tried, convicted, and acquitted for each offence in the year 1872.
(a.) Trial of 28 persons suspended under Section 379A, Code ol Criminal Procedure.
B.—Judicial Statements.— (Continued.)
(Criminal.)—Statement of offences reported, and of persons tried, convicted, and acquitted for each offence in the tjear 1872.
Forgery or uttering or
forged documents or papers. —attompts
Counterfeiting or making or possessing a counterfeit seal. Ac., for purpose of forgery.
Fraudulently destroying or defacing a will or other document.
Using a false trade or property mark and knowingly selling property so marked.
Counterfeiting or making or possessing a die, plate, or instrument for counterfeiting a trade or property mark.
Removing, destroying, &c, a trade or property mark with intent to cause injury.
Criminal breach of contract of service.
Offences relating to marriago
\ Criminal iuti- ( Resulting in death
Other offences not included in the above specifications.