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1318 · FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 429. 1899. S·¤=¤ ¤¤l·J¤•=*· Sec. 289. That the officer may break open any outer or inner door or window of a dwelling house, or otherwise, for the purpose of liberating a person who, having entered for the purpose of making an arrest, is detained therein, or when necessary for his own liberation. when pam team Sec. 290. That a peace officer may, without a warrant, arrest a permaaymggrest without sont____ — First. For a crime committed or attempted in his presence; Second. When the person arrested has committed a felony, although not in his presence; Third. When a felony has in fact been committed, and he has reasonable cause for believing the person arrested to have committed it. M¤;·¤r¤¤ki<p¤¤ door Sec. 291. That to make arrests as provided in the last ection the 2;,,,; '}§l{·§°`,,d_ °d”"° officer may break open any door or window, as provided in sections two hundred and eighty-eight and two hundred and eighty-nine of this Title, if after notice of his omce and purpose, he be refused admittance. h_0¤¤•§b¤¤s·: @3 Sec. 292. That when arresting a person without a warrant the officer c,'?,,:".; LI-¥.,.{ cx. must inform him of his authority and the cause of the arrest, except °°P°· when he is in the actual commission of a crime, or is pursued immediately after its commission, or an escape. · tI1V1m ¤¤¤·;_r_${ Sec. 293. That an onicer may, without warrant, take before a magismgisii-Xs? n-mm trate a person who, being engaged in a breach of the peace, is arrested by ¤l·¥¤*•¤¤·¤‘· by a bystander and delivered to him. when m..;i.q..¢e Sec. 294. That when a crime is committed in the presence of a mag- _ ",j,‘},{¤f§{,‘,'f{‘{‘,,’{’,'§,°,‘Q}';,}{_’ i trate he may, by a verbal or written order, command any person to mee. arrest the offender, and may thereupon proceed as if the ofender had been brought before him upon a warrant of arrest. Armthz Sto. 295. That a private person may arrest another for the causes ’°"’""' °" ‘ specified in section two hundred and ninety of this Title, in like manner and with like edect as a peace omcer without warrant. $32 £l;m13_f*{:<;_¤; Sec. 296. That a private person who has arrested another for the aeuvu mma • pews commission of a crime must without unnecessary delay take him before °"°°'· a magistrate or deliver him to a peace officer. , » P·¤;;¤i¤ ¢·f 1>g¤¤¤ SEO. 297. That if a person arrested escape or be rescued, the person '°'°" °"°°" g' from whose custody he escaped or was rescued may immediately pursue and retake him at any time and in any place in said Di trict. mm; new £=¤v:; Sec. 298. That to retake the person escaping or rescued, the person .,,-;,,;.,.1.,,..;pursuing may use all the means and do any act necessary and proper in making an original arrest. _ ,Cnnrnn Tmrrrr-noun. OP THE EXAMINATION OF THE CASE AND DISCHARGE OF THE DEFENDANT OH. HOLDING HIM TO AN SWEB. sm. see. 299. Magistrate to inform defendant of l 313. Defendant’s witnesses to be examt echarge and his right to counsel. ined, when. 300. Time to send, and sending for coun- 314. Magistrate may exclude witnesses. sel. 315. Testimony of witnesses need not be wl. Examination, when to proceed. reduced to writing. 302. Enamination, when completed; ad- 316. Proceedings in testimony, how and journment. b whom kept. 303. On adjournment defendant to be 317. Vioiation of last section, how puncommitted or give bail. Q ished. 304. Form of commitment. {_ 318. Informant may employ counsel, but 305. witnessestobesub naed. S district attorney to control pro- 306. Witnesses to be examineduin pres- { ceedings. ence of defendant. j 319. Defendant, when and how dis- 307. Defendant to be informed of his right charged. to make a statement. 320. Same subject. 308. Waiverofhisrightand edectthereoi E 321. Defendant, when to be committed; 309. Statement of defendant, how taken. X order for commitment. 310. Same subject. k 322. Defendant, how committed. 311. How reduced to writing and how K 323. Form of commitment. authenticated. l 324. Commitment to be directed to mar- 312. Statement of defendant, when used I sha], and how defendant to be as te timony. g kept. . ·