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24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 62. Stealing goods in process of manu

facture · · · ·

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ips, &c. . . . 113 s. 64. Stealing from ships in distress . . 114 s. 65. Persons in possession of wrecked pro

perty . . . . . . 114 s. 66. Offering wrecked property for sale . 115

67. Larceny by clerks and servants. . 116 s. 68. Embezzlement by clerks and servants . 117 s. 63, Larceny by persons in the Queen's service . . .

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s. 70. Embezzlement by persons in the

: . 119 Queen's service . . . . 120 s. 71. Three acts of embezzlement may be

charged . . . . . . 121 72. On an indictment for embezzlement,

conviction of larceny, and vice versa. 122 Embezzlement by officers of Banks of

England and Ireland . . . . 123 74. Stealing by tenants and lodgers . . 124 Agents, bankers, &c., embezzling pro

. . . . . 124 76. Bankers fraudulently selling property. 127 s. 77. Fraudulently selling property under

powers of attorney . . . . 127

Factors fraudulently obtaining advances 128 s. 79. Definition of terms relating to factors . 129 80. Trustees fraudulently disposing of property. ..

. . . 130 Directors fraudulently disposing of property .

. . . 131 s. 82.

keeping fraudulent accounts . 131 s. 83.

wilfully destroying books . 132 s. 84.

publishing fraudulent statements :

. . . 132 85. All questions must be answered, &c. . 133 s. 86. No remedy affected . . . . 134 s. 87. Sessions jurisdiction . . . . 134 s. 88. False pretences . . . . . 134 s. 89. Where property delivered to another . 135 90. Inducing persons by fraud to execute

deeds . . . . . . 136 91. Receiving stolen property .

. 137 s. 92. Counts for receiving and stealing. . 137 s. 93. Separate receivers may be tried together 138 s. 94.

may be convicted on joint indictment . . . . 139 8. 95. Receiving in misdemeanors . . . 139 s. 96. Receivers where triable . . . 140 $. 97. Receivers in summary offences . . 140 s. 98. Principals, accessories, and abettors. 141 s. 99. Abettors in summary offences

141 s. 100. Restitution of stolen property

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PAGE 24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 101. Taking a reward for restoring stolen

property . . . . . 143 s. 102. Advertising a reward for . s. 103. Apprehension of offenders . . . 145 s. 104.

by night . . . 147 s. 105. Compelling appearance of offenders . 147 8. 106. Application of penalties . . . 148 s. 107. Scale of imprisonment . . s. 108. Discharge of offenders .. s. 109. Conviction a bar . . . . . 150 s. 110. Appeal . . . . . . 150 s. 111. No certiorari. . . . . . 152 s. 112. Return of convictions . .

153 s. 113. Proceedings in actions. 8. 114. Stealers in different parts of th

dom . . . . . . 154 s. 115. Offences on the sea . . . . 155 s. 116. Indictment,&c.for subsequent offences 155 s. 117. Fine and sureties . . . . 158 s. 118. Hard labour . . . . . . 158 s. 119. Solitary confinement and whipping . 158 s. 120. Summary proceedings, how taken . 159 s. 121. Costs of prosecutions . . . . 160

o extend to Scotland . . 160

8. 123. Commencement of Act 24 & 25 Vict. c. 97, s. 1. Setting fire to church, &c. ... . . 161

to house, any one being in it 162 to house, shop, warehouse,

&c. . . . to railway station, &c. . 163

public buildings . . other buildings . . 164

goods in buildings . . 165 8. 8. Attempting to set fire to buildings . 166 s. 9. Destroying houses with gunpowder . 167 s. 10. Attempting so to do . s. 11. Rioters demolishing buildings. . 168 8. 12.

injuring buildings . . . 169 s. 13. Tenants injuring buildings .

. 170 s. 14. Injuries to manufactures, &c. . . . 171

to machinery .
8. 16. Setting fire to crops of corn, &c.
s. 17.

stacks of corn, &c. .173
s. 18. Attempting so to do . . . . 174
8. 19. Destroying hopbinds . .
s. 20.

trees in gardens . . . 175

elsewhere . . 175

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fruit, &c. in gardens . .177 s. 24.

plants elsewhere . . . . 178 s. 25.

fences . . . s. 26. Setting fire to coal-mine . . . 179 s. 27. Attempting so to do . . .

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PAGE 24 & 25 Vict. c. 97, s. 28. Conveying water into a mine . . . 180

s. 29. Damaging engines, &c., in mines . 180 $. 30. Destroying sea banks, &c. . . . 182 s. 31. Removing piles of sea banks, &c. . 183 s. 32. Breaking down dam of fish ponds, &c. 183 s. 33. Injuring public bridges . . . 184 s. 34. turnpike gates . . . . 185

35. Placing things on railways . . 186 s. 36. Obstructing carriages on railways . 186 s. 37. Injuries to telegraphs . . . 187 s. 38. Attempt to injure telegraphs s. 39. Injuries to works of art . . . 189

40. Killing cattle . . 8. 41. Killing other animals . $. 42. Setting fire to ships .. S. 43. with intent to injure owner, &c. 194 S. 44. Attempting to set fire to . . . 194 S. 45. Placing gunpowder near ship . . . 195 S. 46. Otherwise damaging ships . . . 196 S. 47. Exhibiting false signals . . . . 196 S. 48. Removing buoys, &c. . . . . 197 s. 49. Destroying wreck . . S. 50. Letters threatening to burn houses, &c. . : ;

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198 s. 51. Injury to amount of 51. . s. 52. Not otherwise provided for . . 200 s. 53. Trees included . . . . . 201 s. 54. Making gunpowder to commit offences. 202 s. 55. Search for gunpowder . . . 202 s. 56. Principals and accessories . . . 203 s. 57. Apprehension by night of suspected

persons . . . . . . 204 s. 58. Malice against owner not necessary . . 204 s. 59. All clauses to apply to persons in pos

session of property injured . . 204 s. 60. Intent to injure need not be stated . . 205 s. 61. Apprehension of persons committing

offences . . . . . . 205 s. 62. Compelling appearance in summary cases . . .

206 s. 63. Abettors in summary offences'. . 206 s. 64. Application of penalties . . . . 207 s. 65. Scale of imprisonment . . . 207 s. 66. Discharge by justices . s. 67. Conviction a bar to other proceedings . 208 s. 68. Appeal , s. 69. No certiorari . . . . .

210 s. 70. Convictions returned to sessions . . s. 71. Proceedings in actions . . . . 211 s. 72. Offences on the sea . . . . s. 73. Fine and sureties. . s. 74. Hard labour . . s. 75. Solitary confinement and w

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24 & 25 Vict. c. 97, s. 76. Summary proceedings . : 213

s. 77. Costs of misdemeanors . .
$. 78. Act not to extend to Scotland

s. 79. Commencement of Act .
24 8. 25 Vict. c. 98, s. 1. Forging great seal . .

S. 2. Forging transfer of stock, &c.
8. 3. Personating owners of stock . . . 217
$. 4. Forging powers of attorney . . . 218
S. 5. Making false entries in bank books . . 219
s. 6. Clerks making out false dividend war-
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: . . . 220 s. 7. Forging India bonds, &c. . . . 220 S. 8. Forging Exchequer bills . . . 221 s. 9. Making plates for Exchequer bills . . 221 s. 10. Making paper for Exchequer bills . 222 s. 11. Possession of plates, &c., for Exchequer

bills. . . . . . .223 s. 12. Forging bank notes . . s. 13. Receiving, &c., forged bank notes . 225 s. 14. Moulds with Banks of England or Ireland on them . .

225 s. 15. Proviso as to bills of exchange . . s. 16. Engraving plates for making bank

notes . .. s. 17. Engraving words, &c., on plates . .229 s. 18. Moulds with bankers' names, &c. . . 230 s. 19. Plates for foreign notes . , . 231 s. 20. Forging deeds, &c. . . . . 232 s. 21. Forging wills .

232 s. 22. Forging bills of exchange, &c. . . 233 s. 23. Forging orders, receipts, &c. . . 233 s. 24. Bills“ per procuration” s. 25. Obliterating crossings on cheques . 235 8. 26. Forging debentures . s. 27. Forging proceedings in superior

courts . . . . . . . 237 s. 28.

inferior courts . . 238 s. 29. Forging instruments of evidence . 239 s. 30. Forging court rolls . . . . 240 8. 31. Forging registry of deeds. . . 241 s. 32. Forging orders, &c., of magistrates . . 242 s. 33. Forging names of judges and officers

of courts . . . . . . 242 s. 34. Falsely acknowledging bail . . . 243 s. 35. Forging marriage licences . . . 243 8. 36. Forging or altering registers of births, &c. .

244 s. 37. Forging, &c., certified copies of registers . . . . . ... •%

246 s. 38. Demanding property on forged writings. 247 s. 39. Forging documents in law bills, &c. . 248 s. 40. Forging foreign instruments . . 248 8. 41. Where forgers may be tried . . . 250

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PAGE 24 & 25 Vict. c. 98, s. 42. Describing instruments in indictments. 251

8. 43.

engravings . . . . 251 S. 44. Intent to defraud, how alleged . . 252 8. 45. Possession, what . . . . . 252 S. 46. Search for forged documents : 253 8. 47. Punishments for 5 Eliz. c. 14. . . 256 8. 48.

for forgeries capital before 1 Will. 4, c. 66 . . . . 256 s. 49. Principals and accessories s. 50. Offences on the sea . . . . 258 s. 51. Fine and sureties . . . . . 259 S. 52. Hard labour . . . . . 260 s. 53. Solitary confinement . . . . 260 s. 54. Costs . s. 55. Act not to extend to Scotland . . 260

s. 56. Commencement of Act . . . 260 24 & 25 Vict. c. 99, s. 1. Interpretation of Coin, &c. . . . 261

8. 2. Counterfeiting gold or silver coin . 263
s. 3. Colouring coin to pass as gold or silver 263
S. 4. Impairing gold or silver coin . . . 264
S. 5. Possessing filings or clippings of gold

or silver.
$. 6. Buying, &c., counterfeit gold or silver

coin . .
s. 7. Importing counterfeit gold or silver coin 267
s. 8. Exporting . : .. . .

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. 8. 9. Uttering base gold or silver coin. : 268 s. 10. Two utterings, &c. . . 5.11. Possession of three pieces of false coin 269 s. 12. Second offence of uttering . . . 270 s. 13. Uttering foreign coin, medals, &c . 271 s. 14. Counterfeiting copper coin . . . 271 s. 15. Uttering base copper coin . . . 272 s. 16. Defacing coin ..

. . . . 273 s. 17. Tendering defaced coin

273
s. 18. Counterfeiting foreign gold or silver coin 274
s. 19. Importing such coin . .
s. 20. Uttering such coin . . . . 275
s. 21. Second offence . . . . . 275
s. 22. Counterfeiting other foreign coin . 276
s. 23. Possession of five pieces of such coin . 277
$. 24. Making, &c., coining tools . . .277
s. 25. Conveying tools out of the Mint . 279
s. 26. Trial of coin . . . . . . . 279
s. 27. Search for base coin, &c. . . . 280
s. 28. Venue .

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. . . 282 s. 30. What is a complete counterfeiting . 283 s. 31. Apprehending persons committing

offences . . . . . . 283 s. 32. No certiorari . . . . . 284 s. 33. Actions, proceedings in . . . . 284 s. 34. Trial in Scotland . . . . 286

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