The Criminal Code, 1892, 55-56 Victoria, Chap. 29, Together with An Act to Amend the Canada Temperance Amendment Act, 1888, Being Chapter 26 of the Same Session

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Suppression of riot by magistrates
43
Selfdefence against unprovoked assault
44
Defence of movable property with claim of right
45
Discipline of minors
46
Offence committed other than the offence intended
47
PART V
53
PART VI
57
Doing anything or possessing explosive substances with intent to cause dangerous explosions
58
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Having weapons on person when arrested
60
Refusing to deliver offensive weapon to a justice
61
Possessing weapons near public works
62
Intoxicating liquors on board Her Majestys ships
63
Compulsion in administering and taking oaths
64
Spreading false news
65
Piracy with violence
66
Corruption of officers employed in prosecuting offenders
67
Other consequences of conviction for any such offence
69
Selling office appointment c
70
Disobedience to a statute
71
Neglect to aid peace officer in arresting offenders
72
Punishment of perjury
73
Making false affidavit out of province in which it is used
74
Corrupting juries and witnesses
75
Signing false declaration respecting execution of judgment of death
76
Escape from custody after conviction or from prison
77
How escaped prisoners shall be punished
78
Disturbing public worship
79
Acts of gross indecency
80
Seduction of girls under sixteen
81
Parent or guardian procuring defilement of girl
82
Conspiracy to defile
83
Duty of justice if rioters do not disperse
84
Playing or looking on in gaminghouse
85
Habitually frequenting places where gaming in stocks is carried on
86
Betting and poolselling
87
Misconduct in respect to human remains
88
PART XV
89
Affray
90
Duty of persons doing dangerous acts
91
PART XVII
92
Causing death which might have been prevented
93
Provocation
94
Attempts to commit murder
95
Leaving Canada to engage in a prizefight
96
Administering poison so as to endanger life
97
Intentionally endangering the safety of persons on railways
98
Preventing the saving of the life of any person shipwrecked
99
Taking unsea worthy ships to sea
100
Consent of child under fourteen no defence
101
PART XXI
102
Woman procuring her own miscarriage
103
Punishment of bigamy
104
Solemnization of marriage without lawful authority
105
Abduction of girl under sixteen
106
Publishing in courts of justice
107
Seeking remedy for grievance
108
SECT PAGE 298 Selling books containing defamatory matter
109
TITLE VI
110
Theft defined
111
Theft by person holding a power of attorney
112
Theft by coowner
113
Receiving property obtained by offence punishable on summary conviction
114
Agents and attorneys
115
Stealing post letters packets and keys
116
Pigeons
117
Trees of the value of twentyfive cents
118
Roots plants c growing in gardens c
119
Stealing in dwellinghouses
120
Stealing wreck
121
PART XXVII
122
PART XXVIII
123
False statement by public officer
124
Fraudulent sales of property
125
Warehousemen c giving false receiptsknowingly using the same
126
Making false statements in receipts for property that can be used under The Bank Act fraudulently dealing with property
127
Offences respecting old marine stores
128
Unlawfully applying marks to public stores
129
Searching for stores near Her Majestys vessels
130
Receiving c a seamans property
131
Cheating at play
132
SECT PAGE 402 Compelling execution of documents by force
133
Extortion by other threats
134
Breaking place of worship and committing offence
135
Being found in dwellinghouse by night
136
Forgery defined
137
Punishment of forgery
138
Uttering forged documents
141
Possessing forged bank notes
142
Counterfeiting stamps
143
Falsifying registers
144
Uttering false certificates
145
Clerks issuing false dividend warrants
146
Words or marks on watch cases
148
Selling goods falsely markeddefence
149
Falsely representing that goods are manufactured for Her Majesty C
150
Exception respecting trade description lawfully applied to goods on 22nd May 1888 C
151
Acknowledging instrument in false name
152
When offence completed
153
Manufacture of copper coin and importation of uncurrent copper coin
154
Bringing instruments for coining from mints into Canadà
155
Offences respecting foreign coins
156
Uttering defaced coin
157
PART XXXVII
158
Attempt to commit arson
159
Threats to burn c
160
Injuries to electric telegraphs c
161
Injuries to rafts of timber and works used for the transmission thereof
162
Attempting to injure or poison cattle
164
Injuries to buildings by tenants
165
PART XXXVIII
167
The conveyance of cattle
168
PART XXXIX
169
Criminal breaches of contract
170
Posting up copies of provisions respecting criminal breaches of contractdefacing same
171
Intimidation of any person to prevent him from working at any trade
172
PART XL
173
TITLE VII
174
Construction of reference to certain Acts
175
Information
185
Warrant for apprehension in first instance
186
Proceeding when offender is not within the jurisdiction of the justice issuing the warrant
187
Search warrant
188
Search for public stores
190
Search for liquors near Her Majestys vessels
191
Search for vagrant
192
PART XLV
193
Warrant for witness in first instance
194
Witness refusing to be examined
195
Discretionary powers of the justice
196
Breach of recognizance on remand
197
Confession or admission of accused
198
Committal of accused for trial
199
Witness refusing to be bound over
200
Bail after committal
201
Warrant of deliverance
202
Delivery of accused to prison
203
Offences may be charged in the alternative
204
SECT PAGE 615 Indictments for libel
205
Indictment for pretending to send money c in letter
206
Indictment for offences in respect to postal cards c
207
Joinder of counts and proceedings thereon
208
Objections to an indictment
209
Depositions and judges notes on former trial
210
Plea of justification in case of libel
211
Notice to be served on corporation
212
Sending bill before grand jury
213
Names of witnesses to be endorsed on bill of indictment
214
PART XLIX
215
Indictment after removal
216
PART L
217
Pleas in abatement abolished
218
Prosecutors right to sum up
219
Challenging the array
220
Challenges and directions to stand by
221
Right to cause jurors to stand aside in case of libel
222
Accused persons joining and severing in their challenges
223
Proceedings when previous offence charged
224
Witness in Canada but beyond jurisdiction of court
225
Presence of prisoner when such evidence is taken
226
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227
Depositions on preliminary inquiry may be read in evidence
228
SECT PAGE 694 Proof of previous conviction
229
Comparison of disputed writing with genuine
230
Other evidence that place is a common gaminghouse
231
Evidence of stealing ores or minerals
232
Full offence chargedattempt proved
233
Proceedings against receivers
234
Verdict in case of libel
235
Variance and amendment
236
Form of record of conviction or acquittal
237
Jury de ventre inspiciendo abolished
238
Verdict not to be impeached for certain omissions as to jurors
239
Custody of persons formerly acquitted for insanity
240
PART LII
241
Evidence for court of appeal
242
New trial by order of Minister of Justice
243
Appeal to Supreme Court of Canada
244
Practice in high court of justice for Ontario
245
Rule to plead
246
Judge to be a court of record
247
Duty of sheriff after committal of accused
248
Continuance of proceedings before another judge
249
Bail in case of election of trial by jury
250
PART LV
251
Offences to be dealt with under this part
252
When magistrate shall have absolute jurisdiction
253
Proceedings on arraignment of accused
254
Proceedings for offences in respect to property worth over ten dollars
255
Full defence allowed
256
Result of hearing to be filed in court of sessions
257
Application of fines
258
PART LVI
259
Procuring appearance of accused
260
Summons to witness
261
Conviction and recognizance to be filed
262
Costs
263
Application of this part
264
Costs in case of libel
265
Compensation for loss of property
266
PART LVIII
267
Time within which proceedings shall be commenced
268
Hearing before justices
269
Certain objections not to vitiate proceedings
270
Hearing to be in open court
271
Nonappearance of prosecutor
272
Adjudication by justice
273
Certificate of dismissal
274
Recovery of costs when penalty is adjudged
275
Provisions respecting convictions
276
Order as to collection of costs
278
Cumulative punishments
279
Conditions of appeal
280
Proceedings on appeal
281
Appeal on matters of form
282
Proceedings when appeal fails
283
Irregularities within the preceding section
284
Imperial Act superseded
285
Order as to costs
286
Tender and payment
288
Returns respecting convictions and moneys received
289
Publication c of returns
290
Certain defects not to vitiate proceedings
291
Bail after render
292
Officer to prepare lists of persons under recognizance making default
294
Sale of lands by sheriff under estreated recognizance
295
Roll and return to be transmitted to Minister of Finance
296
PART LX
297
Application of fines c by Order in Council
298
TITLE VIII
299
Sect PAGE 937 Sentence of death to be reported to Secretary of State
300
When deputies may act
301
Rules and regulations as to execution
302
Imprisonment in penitentiary c
303
Imprisonment in reformatories
304
PART LXV
305
Proceedings for not finding sureties to keep the peace
306
PART LXVII
307

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