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THE CRIMINAL LAW

AS NOW ADMINISTERED IN THE

UNITED STATES

BY

EMLIN MCCLAIN, A. M., LL. D.

CHANCELLOR OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF, Iowa

IN TWO VOLUMES

VOLUME II

CHICAGO
CALLAGHAN AND COMPANY

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LIBRARY OF THE
LELAND STANTURD JR. UNIVERSITY.

a. 36310
COPYRIGHT, 1897,

BY

EMLIN MOCLAIN.

STATE JOURNAL PRINTING COMPANY,
PRINTERS AND STEREOTYPERS,

MADISOX, WIS.

1

IV. UTTERING, PASSING, OR HAVING | S 813. Distinguished from larceny.

IN POSSESSION.

814. Injuries to personai prop-

§ 780. Offenses defined.

erty.

781. What constitutes an uttering.

815. Injuries to animals.

782. Passing counterfeit money.

816. Altering brand, etc.

783. What constitutes a passing. 817. Injuries to machinery.

784. Having in possession.

818. Injuries to vessels.

785. What constitutes possession.

819. Injury to public property.

786. Possession with intent.

820. Forcible trespass.

787. Representation of genuine

821. Injury to buildings

822. Hunting or fishing without

788. The intent.

permission.

789. Guilty knowledge.

823. Injuries to real property.

824. Trespass after warning, or

V. PROCEDURE

when forbidden.

790. Jurisdiction of state and 825. Offenses against possession.

United States.

826. The inteut; malice.

791. Venue.

827. Under claim of right.

792. Indictment.

828. Under claim of authority.

793. Description of instrument. 829. Malice against owner.

794 Setting out the instrument. 830. Indictment; ownership of

795. Foreign language; transla-

property.

tion.

831. Other description.

796. Purport.

832. The act, how charged.

797. Immaterial matters.

833. As to intent.

798. Variance.

834. Value of property.

799. Name forged; idem sonans. 835. Joinder.

800. Statutory provisions as to

indictment.

CHAPTER 33.

801. Allegations as to the act.

802. Allegation of intent; feloni-

FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DE

ously.

TAINER.

803. Different offenses; duplicity.

804. Form of indictment.

8 836. Common-law offenses.

837. What constitutes forcible

VI. EVIDENCE

entry.

805. Production of instrument. 838. Forcible detainer.

806. Comparison of handwriting. 839. Possession involved.

807. Capacity of defendant and 840. Description of premises.

other matters.

841. Restitution.

808. Evidence of other crimes.

809. Inferences from the act or

CHAPTER 34.

possession.
810. In cases of conspiracy. FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES;

CONCEALMENT OF PROP-

CHAPTER 32.

ERTY.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF; WIL S 842. General characteristics
FUL TRESPASS.

843. Concealing or disposing of
8 811. Nature of these crimes.

property to defraud cred-
812. Malicious mischief by early

itors.

statutes; Black Act.

844. Fraudulent conveyances

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CHAPTER 35. | $ 873. The proceeding.

874. Description of the oath.

PERJURY.

875. Authority of officer.

L WHAT CONSTITUTES.

876. Jurisdiction of the court.

$ 852 Definition.

877. The matter falsely sworn.

853. Elements of the offense.

878. Materiality.

879. Availability and effect.
IL THE DATE

880. The averment as to falsity.

854. Essential,

881. Intent; knowledge.

855. Before authorized officer. 882. Time and place.

856. Acting officer.

883. Separate counts; several as-

857. State officer acting under

signments.

federal statute.

884. Joinder of defendants.

IIL IN A COURT HAVING JURISDIC-

885. Forms of indictment.

TION.

IX. THE EVIDENCE

858. Jurisdiction essential.

886. As to the proceedings or

issue.

IV. WHERE AN OATH IS AUTHORIZED.

887. Administration of the oath.

859. Collateral proceedings in

888. The testimony or statement.

court.

889. Materiality.

860. Proceedings not in court.

890. Wilful falsity.

V. MATERIALITY.

891. Sufficiency of testimony;

861. Essential.

contradictory statements

862. Collateral facts.

of accused.

863. Illustrations.

892. One witness not sufficient.

864. As to credibility of witness.
865. Effect immaterial.

X. SUBORNATION; ATTEMPT TO PRO-

CURE,

866. Materiality is for the court.

893. What constitutes.

VI. FALSITY.

894. Attempt to procure or incite.

867. Essential.

895. Form of indictment.

868. Statement of fact.

VII. INTENT.

CHAPTER 36.

869. What essential.

BRIBERY.

870. Advice of counsel

§ 896. What constitutes.

VIII. THE INDICTMENT.

897. Who subject to bribery.

871. Jurisdiction.

898. Bribing witness.

899. Bribing jurors; embracery.

872. Requisites.

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