In an information for murder, after a definite statement of time and place it was charged that the defendant "did then and there . . . shoot, wound and kill" the deceased. On appeal from the order of the lower court overruling his demurrer to the information, the defendant contended that the information was defective in that it failed to allege death within a year and a day or that the deceased died in the county where the information was filed. Held, both time and place were sufficiently stated and the demurrer was properly overruled. State v. Stone, (Wash. 1932) 13 Pac. (2d) 427.