A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, Volume 2

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Contents

3 The Mansion House
14
4 The Time
37
5 The Intent to commit a Felony
38
6 The Indictment Trial c
49
7 Being armed at night with intent to break into Houses
50
Of Sacrilege or Breaking into any Church or Chapel and committing a Felony therein
54
Of Housebreaking
57
Of Stealing in a Dwellinghouse any Person therein being put in Fear
60
Of Stealing in a Dwellinghouse to the Value of 5 or more
63
Of Breaking c and Stealing in a Building within the Curtilage
69
Of Breaking c and Stealing in any Schoolhouse Shop Warehouse or Countinghouse
73
Of Breaking into any House c with intent to commit Felony
75
Of Robbery and Assaults with intent to Rob
76
2 The Felonious Taking
80
3 The Taking Against the Will of the Party
87
5 Assaults with intent to Rob
113
6 Principals and Accessories
115
7 The Indictment Trial c
116
10
233
11
245
Of Stealing from the Person
298
Of Larceny by Servants and Persons who have the Cus
319
Of Embezzlement by Clerks and Servants
346
Of Embezzlement and Frauds by Bankers Brokers
352
Of Embezzlements of Minor Importance
367
21
368
Of Larceny and Embezzlement by Persons in the Post
375
Of Larceny and Embezzlement of Naval and Military
402
CHAPTER PAGE XXVII Of Embezzlements and Frauds by Bankrupts
407
Of Receiving Stolen Goods
418
2 When Enactments apply
421
3 Receiver and Principal
422
4 Indictment and Venue
438
5 Trial and Evidence
440
Of Taking a Reward for Helping to the Discovery of Stolen Property
443
Of Unlawfully Receiving or Having Possession of Pub lic Stores
448
Geo III c 25 s 3
450
Of Unlawfully Receiving Tackle or Goods cut from or left by Ships and of Receiving Goods stolen on the River Thames
452
32
554
S 51
561
Of Forgery
564
1 Of the Making or Alteration necessary to consti tute Forgery
565
APPENDIX H Decisions on Repealed Statutes as to Forging Securi
584
s 75
593
66
600
2 Of the Instruments in respect of which Forgery may be committed
617
3 Of the Fraud and Deceit to the Prejudice of Anothers Rights
624
4 Of Principals and Accessories
636
5 Of the Indictment Trial Evidence and Pun ishment
642
6 Enactments as to Forgery Generally
680
Wm IV c 66 s 3
681
Of the Forging c of Records Judicial Process and Evidence
686
37
687
Of Forgeries relating to the Public Funds and the Stocks of Public Companies
695
Of Forging the Securities of the Bank of England or Ireland or other Banks
705
Of Forging East India Securities Debentures c
709
Of Forging and Transposing Stamps
712
Of the Forgery of Official Papers Securities and Documents
725
39
727
Of the Forgery of Private Papers Securities and Documents
761
2 Cases decided on Statutes in Force
764
Of Demanding Property upon Forged Instruments
769
Corn Trees c
781
Injuries to Buildings by Tenants
793
Of Destroying c Plants Roots Fruits and Vegetable
801
MineEngines
809
Of Burning and Damaging Ships and Other Vessels
821
Injuries to Works of Art
828
APPENDIX B Decisions on Repealed Statutes as to Receiving
854
Decisions on Repealed Statutes as to Indictment c
869
APPENDIX E Decisions on Repealed Statutes as to Embezzlement
876
9
899
APPENDIX J Repealed Statutes relating to the Forgery of Private
904
Decisions on Repealed Statutes as to Forgery of
1012
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Page 692 - ... conviction, without proof of the signature or official character of the person appearing to have signed the same...
Page 364 - Whosoever, being a director, manager, or public officer of any body corporate or public company shall make, circulate, or publish, or concur in making, circulating, or publishing, any written statement or account which he shall know to be false in any material particular...
Page 407 - ... all his property, real and personal, and how, and to whom, and for what consideration, and when he disposed of any part thereof, except such part as has been disposed of in the ordinary way of his trade (if any), or laid out in the ordinary expense of his family...
Page 741 - If any person shall wilfully procure or attempt to procure himself to be registered under this Act, by making or producing, or causing to be made or produced, any false or fraudulent representation or declaration...
Page 363 - ... shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and being convicted thereof, shall be liable, at the discretion of the court, ,to any of the punishments which the court may award as hereinbefore last mentioned.
Page 743 - Lords and others Commissioners of Chelsea Hospital, so far as relates to army or other pensions payable by such Commissioners, and for the Lord High Admiral, or Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral, with respect to naval and marine pensions or other allowance, immediately to take away the pension from the person so offending, or to suspend for any definite period the future payments thereof; and if any person or persons shall procure or induce a pensioner to make or aid or...
Page 405 - ... shall be guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof, shall be liable, at the discretion of the Court, to be imprisoned for any term not exceeding two years, with or without hard labour, and with or without solitary confinement, and if a male under the age of sixteen years, with...
Page 557 - That on demand made by or on behalf of the prosecutor, he gave all the information in his power with respect to the persons from whom he obtained such goods or things ; or (c) That otherwise he had acted innocently ; be guilty of an offence against this Act.
Page 411 - If he has, with intent to defraud his creditors, or any of them, made or caused to be made any gift, delivery, or transfer of or any charge on his property...
Page 727 - That if any person shall forge or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be forged or counterfeited, any...

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