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COIN_continued.

what shall be deemed custody or possession, 262
counterfeiting gold or silver coin, 263
colouring counterfeit coin or pieces of metal to make them

pass for gold or silver coin, 263
colouring or altering genuine coin with intent to make it pass

for a higher coin, 263
impairing gold or silver coin, 264
unlawful possession of filings or clippings of gold or silver

coin, 265
buying or selling counterfeit gold or silver coin for less than

its denomination, 265
importing counterfeit coin, 267
exporting counterfeit coin, 267
uttering counterfeit gold or silver coin, 268

accompanied by possession, or uttering of other coun-

terfeit coin, 268
possession of three or more pieces of counterfeit gold or silver

coin with intent to utter, 269
uttering after a previous conviction, 270
uttering foreign coin, medals, &c., for the current coin, 271
counterfeiting copper coin, 271
uttering counterfeit copper coin, 272
stamping words on coin, 273
tender of coin so stamped illegal, and liable to penalty, 273
counterfeiting foreign gold and silver coin, 274
importing counterfeit foreign gold and silver coin, 274
uttering counterfeit foreign gold and silver coin, 275

after one or two previous convictions, 275
counterfeiting other foreign coin, 276
possession of more than five pieces of counterfeit foreign coin,

277
making, &c., or possessing coining tools, &c., 277
conveying coining tools out of the mint, 279
suspected coin may be tested by cutting, &c., 279
counterfeit coin and coining tools, &c., may be seized and

secured, &c., &c., 280
where offenders may be tried, 282
what is sufficient proof that coin is counterfeit, 282
what is a sufficient counterfeiting, 283
any person may apprehend persons found committing any

indictable offence relating to the coin, 283
no certiorari, 284
venue, notice of action and other proceedings for anything

done under the Coin Act, 284
trial of offences in Scotland, 286
principals in second degree and accessories, 286

COIN-continued.

offences committed at sea, 286
evidence of previous conviction, and proceedings on the trial

for subsequent offence, 287
costs of prosecution where Government prosecutes, 291

where private persons prosecute, 291
COINING TOOLS. See Coin.
COLLEGE,

setting fire to building belonging to, 163
COLT,

stealing, or killing with intent to steal, 77, 78

malicious killing, 192
COMBINATION,

to raise wages, or respecting any trade, &c., assault in pur-

suance of, 44
COMMITMENT,
of persons summarily convicted under Larceny Act, 149

Malicious Injuries Act, 207
COMMITTING,

persons comunitting offences may be apprehended under the
Larceny Act, 145.

Malicious Injuries Act, 205

Coin Act, 283
COMPANIES,

directors and other officers fraudulently appropriating pro-
perty, 131

keeping fraudulent accounts, 131
wilfully destroying books, &c., 132

publishing false statements, 132
COMPELLING,
appearance under Larceny Act, 147

Malicious Injuries Act, 206
COMPENSATION,
to whom made under Larceny Act, 148

Malicious Injuries Act, 207
CONCEALING,

birth, by any secret disposition of the dead body, 56
mother or any other person may be guilty of it, 56

may be convicted of it on an indictment for mur-

der, 56
deeds, wills, codicils, or testamentary instruments, 90, 91
CONFINEMENT,

solitary, general clause as to, 5
CONIES. See RABBITS.

CONSERVATORY,

stealing, &c., fruit from, 97
CONSPIRACY,

to murder, 19

to raise wages, assault in consequence of, 44
CONSTABLE. See PEACE OFFICER.
CONSTRUCTION,

of statutes under general clause as to all criminal Acts, 1
under Lord Brougham's Act, 2

general remarks on, 2, 3
CONVICTION,

form of indictment and evidence of former under Larceny
Act, 155

under Coin Act, 287
before magistrates, a bar to other proceedings, 150, 208
to be returned to sessions under Larceny Act, 153

under Malicious Injuries Act, 211
CONVICTION, SUMMARY,
proceedings in cases of, in England and Ireland, 66

in London, &c., 67
COPPER MONEY. See Coin.

includes bronze, 261
CORN,
setting fire to crops of, 172

stacks of, 173
preventing the sale or free passage to market, 43
CORPORATE BODY,

included in “ person,” &c., 1

entitled to penalty given to a party aggrieved, 1
CORROSIVE FLUID,
throwing at or applying to any person with intent to burn,

&c., 36
COSTS,

on conviction for assault may be ordered to be paid by

defendant, and distrained for, 65, 66
on prosecutions for misdemeanors under Offences against the
Person Act, 67

Larceny Act, 160
Malicious Injuries Act, 214
Coin Act, 291

Forgery Act, 260
COTTON YARN OR GOODS,

stealing whilst in the course of manufacture, 113
destroying or damaging whilst, &c., 171

or any warp or shute of cotton, 171

COTTON YARN OR GOODS—continued.

or any loom, tool, &c., used in manufacturing cotton

goods, 171
forcibly entering any place to commit such offence, 171
COTTON MILL,

setting fire to, 162
rioters demolishing, 168

injuring, 169
COUNTERFEIT. See Coin.
COUNTERFEITING,

the great seal, privy seal, privy signet, or seals of Scotland

or Ireland, 215
COUNTING HOUSE,

breaking into and committing any felony, 109

committing any felony in and breaking out of, 109
COUNTS

for stealing and receiving may be joined, 137
COUNTY,

what it includes, 2
COURSING,

deer, 78, 79
COURT ROLLS,

forging, 240
COURTS OF RECORD,

stealing, fraudulently removing, or obliterating records, writs,

returns, &c., &c., 92
forging records, writs, returns, &c., &c., 237

process, &c. of courts not of record, 238

name of officer of, 242
COW,

stealing, or killing with intent to steal, 77, 78

maliciously killing, 192
CRIME,

infamous, what, 103
CROSSING,

of cheque, altering, &c., 235
CURTILAGE,

breaking into and committing any felony in any building

within, 108
committing any felony in and breaking out, 108
what buildings within are part of the house, 107

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DAM,

of canal, river, reservoir, &c., damaging or destroying,

182

of fish-pond or mill-pond, cutting through or destroying,

183
DEATH,

judgment of, not to be recorded, but must be pronounced, in

murder, 16

forging register of, 244
DEBENTURE,

stealing, &c., 70, 89

forging, 236
DECLARATION,

included in what, 2
DEED,

'stealing, &c., 90
forging, 232
forging registry of, 241
causing to be executed by force, &c., 104

by fraud, &c., 136
stealing or fraudulently obliterating, &c., 69, 89

- attestation of, 232
DEER,
stealing, coursing, &c., in parks, or inclosed ground, 79

in uninclosed ground, 78
persons found in possession of venison, 80

setting engines for taking deer, 81

pulling down park fences, &c., 81
deer.keepers may seize guns, &c., 81

beating deer-keepers, 82
DEFILEMENT,
of a girl under ten years of age, 50

between ten and twelve years of age, 50

under age, by false pretences, &c., procuring, 49
DEMANDING,
property with menaces or by force, 102

by threatening letter without any reasonable or pro-

bable cause, 101

on forged instruments, 247
DESERTING,

a child, 35
DESTROYING,

building with intent to murder, 26

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