"Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the Supreme Court, During the Year ..., Volume 9

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Page 10 - by any other person on his behalf, give, lend or agree to give or lend, or shall offer, promise, or promise to procure, or to endeavour to procure, any money or valuable consideration, to or for any voter in order to induce any voter to vote or refrain from voting.
Page 64 - any money or valuable consideration to or for any voter, or to or for any person on behalf of any voter, or to or for any other person, in order to induce any voter to vote, or refrain from voting.
Page 295 - to establish a defence on the ground of insanity it must be clearly proved that at the time of committing the act the party accused was labouring under such a defect of reason, from disease of the mind, as not to know the nature and quality of the act he was doing, or as not to know that what he was doing was wrong.
Page 62 - endeavour to procure, any money or valuable consideration to or for any voter, or to or for any person on behalf of any voter, or for any other person, in order to induce any voter to vote, or refrain from
Page 66 - to any person in order to induce such person to procure, or endeavour to procure the return of any person to serve in Parliament, or the vote of any voter at any election,
Page 10 - (2) Every person who shall directly or indirectly by himself or by any other person on his behalf, give or procure, or offer, promise, or promise to procure or endeavour to procure any office, place or employment to or for any voter
Page 10 - or promise to procure or endeavour to procure any office, place or employment to or for any voter in order to induce such voter to vote or refrain from voting.
Page 293 - the knowledge that he was doing wrong in committing it. If. though somewhat deranged, he is yet able to distinguish right from wrong in his own case, and to know that he was doing wrong in the act which he committed, he is liable to the full punishment of his
Page 62 - Every person who shall directly ot indirectly, by himself or by any other person on his behalf, give, lend, or agree to give or lend, or offer or promise
Page 295 - he committed the act labouring under natural imbecility or disease of or affecting the mind to such an extent as to render him incapable of appreciating the nature and quality of the act, or

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