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V.-Of A betment
Convenience, Decency, and Morals
XX.-Of Offences relating to Marriage
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.
Definitions to be subject to exceptions
Government of India' "Government'
Presidency' • Judge'.
Court of Justice' * Public servant'
Moveable property • Wrongful gain'
13 14 15 16 17 18
47 48 49 ib. 50 51 52
SECTION Forfeiture in case of heinous offenders
62 Amount of fine
63 Imprisonment in default of payment of fine
64 When offence punishable with imprisonment as well as fine
65 Description of imprisonment for such default
66 When offence punishable with fine only
67 Termination of such imprisonment
68 Termination upon payment of proportional part of fine
69 When fine may be levied
70 Punishment for offence made up of several offences .
71 Where doubtful of which of several offences a person is guilty
72 Solitary confinement
73 Limit of solitary confinement
74 Second offence (punishable with three years' imprisonment) against coin, stamps or property
81 82 83
Act done by one bound, or by mistake of fact believing himself bound
by law Act of Judge acting judicially Act done pursuant to judgment or order of Court Act done by one justified, or by mistake of fact believing himself justified
by law Accident in doing lawful act Act likely to cause harm, but done without criminal intent, and to pre.
vent other harm Act of child under 7 years of age Act of child above 7 and under 12 Act of person of unsound mind Involuntary intoxication . Offence requiring particular intent or knowledge committed during
voluntary intoxication Act not intended and not known to be likely to cause death or grievous
hurt, done by consent Act not intended to cause death, done by consent in good faith for the
benefit of a person Act done in good faith, for benefit of child or person of unsound mind,
by or by consent of guardian
89 go ib.
96 97 98
103 104 105
Abetment defined .
provision made for punishment
ation for life. Public servant concealing design to commit offence which he should
prevent . Concealing design to commit offence punishable with imprisonment
Waging, attempting to wage, or abetting waging of war against
.121A Preparing to wage war against Queen Concealing design to wage war