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  • The functions of grand juries in criminal cases 

    Monahan, James H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    The various branches of our criminal procedure are necessarily closely interwoven. The necessity or the usefulness of a particular step in the complex process by which criminals are brought to justice, is often dependent ...
  • On strikes with respect to hours of labour 

    Hancock, W. Neilson (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    In old times, when business of all kinds was carried on in small establishments, the hours of labour were regulated by the hours kept by the employer and his family, who generally resided at the place of business, and ...
  • The differences between the statutes bearing on public health for England and Ireland 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    No medical practitioner who has treated disease in this country, especially in its populous towns, can have failed to observe the insufficiency of our present legal enactments towards its prevention. Upon me this conviction ...
  • Observations on the law relating to the qualification and selection of jurors, with suggestions for its amendment 

    Molloy, Constantine (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    I propose in this paper briefly to direct attention to the expediency and necessity of some amendment being made in the law with reference to the qualification and selection of jurors; and, with that view, to submit some ...
  • The venue for trials, civil and criminal 

    O'Shaughnessy, Mark S. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    To secure a full, fair, and impartial trial of such issues as, for the adjustment of personal disputes, or for the protection of public rights, it may become necessary to decide, is surely an object to which, in the interests ...