Wop©Renton C.J
Sangara-Ungam v.MohammedAlly
where the ordinary elements of the contract of sale are present,that is to say,, where the parties are at one as to the subject-matterand the price. I am confirmed in this view of the law by theinterpretation placed by the King's Bench Division on an enactment'of a similar character, section 13 of the Markets and Fairs GlausesAct, 1847,1 in the case of Lambert v. Powe.2 I set aside the acquittalof the accused, and convict him under the amended charge, andsend the case back to the Police Court in order that the learned:Police Magistrate may impose the penalty for which, in his opinion,the circumstances call.
Set aside.