The Criminal Code of Canada and the Canada Evidence Act, 1893, with an Extra Appendix Containing the Extradition Act, the Extradition Convention with the United States, the Fugitive Offenders' Act, and the House of Commons Debates on the Code

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Insanity
11
Arresting the wrong person
17
Sect PAGE 27 Arrest by Peace Officer of person whom he tinds committing an offence
21
Powers of Arrest by Peace Officer and by Private Individual contrasted
22
Illustrations
23
Statutory power of Arrest
24
Peace Officer preventing escape from Arrest for certain offences
25
Prevention by Peace Officer of Breach of the Peace
26
Suppression of Riot by Magistrates
27
Suppression of Riot by persons without orders
28
Self defence against unprovoked assault
29
Nlustrations 30
30
Prevention of insult
32
Defence of dwellinghouse at night
33
Assertion of right to house or land
34
Excess
35
Offence committed other than the offence intended
36
Soliciting to crime
38
Accessory after the fact
39
Attempts
40
Offences against public order internal and external
42
Treason
46
Resisting execution of warrant for arrest of deserters
74
TITLE III
79
Definition of Riot
80
Riotous damage to buildings
86
Prizefighting defined
92
Breaking prison
95
Inciting Indians to riotous acts
98
Frauds upon the government
99
Smugglers carrying offensive weapons
104
SECT PAGE
111
Common nuisances which are not criminal
117
Oaths to commit certain offences
120
Betting and poolselling
123
TITLE V
135
Corrupt practices in municipal affairs
136
Neglect to aid peace officer in arresting offenders
142
SECT
145
MURDER MANSLAUGHTER
149
Manslaughter
159
Breaking place of worship and committing offence
162
Escape from custody after conviction or from prison
163
Administering poison so as to endanger liſe
170
ASSAULTS
176
Sect
196
Feigned marriages
215
Stealing children under fourteen
221
Fair report of proceedings of public meetings
228
Selling periodicals containing defamatory libel
238
Assault defined
258
Extortion by defamatory libel
261
Common assaults
265
Offences against rights of property and rights arising
266
PART XXIV
269
Killing unborn child
271
Theft of things under seizure
286
Receiving stolen post letter or post letter
296
Punishment of defamatory libel known to be false
301
Agents and attorneys
302
Trees in pleasure grounds c of five dollars valuetrees elsewhere
307
Stealing wreck
313
Evidence of stealing ores or minerals
320
Docuinent of title to lands
324
Sect PAGE 367 False statement by public officer
327
96
328
Warehousemen c giving false receiptsknowingly using the same
329
Making false statements in receipts for property that can be used under The Bank Act fraudulently dealing with property to which such receipts refer
330
Other offences respecting wrecks
331
51
332
Taking marks from public stores
333
Receiving regin al necessaries c from soldiers or deserters
334
Not satisfying justice that possession of seamans property is lawful
335
conspiracies
336
Cheating at play
338
Comments
339
9 Night Nightlime
340
Stopping the mail
348
Stealing post letter bags dc
349
Demanding with intent to steal
351
Comments and authorities 352
352
Extortion by other threats
353
Evidence in case of fraudulent marks on merchandise
373
PART XXXI
377
REPEAL
394
Punishment of forgery
395
Uttering forged documents
404
PART XLIV
410
Sect PAGE 436 Falsifying registers
411
Uttering false certificates
412
Clerks issuing false dividend warrants
413
Application of penallies
414
Words or marks on watch cases
415
447 Forgery of trade marks c
416
Falsely representing that goods are manufactured for Her Majesty c
417
Defence where person charged innocently in the ordinary course of business makes instruments for forging trade marks
419
Personation
420
Acknowledging instrument in false name Cominents and authorities 421
421
PART XXXV
422
When offence completed
423
Comments and authorilies
424
Manufacture of copper coin and importation of uncurrent copper coin
425
Enforcing penally Seizure by Customs Officers
426
Making instruments for coining
427
PART XXXVI
433
Injuries to packages in the custody of railways
440
Sect PAGE 504 Injuries to buildings by tenants
448
Injuries to land marks indicating municipal divisions
449
Injuries to vegetable productions growing in gardens c
450
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 512 Cruelty to animals
451
Keeping cockpit
455
Posebnega
456
PART XXXIX
457
Prosecution for conspiracy
458
Comments and authorities 459
459
Criminal breaches of contract
460
Posting up copies of provisions respecting criminal breaches of contract defacing same
461
Comments and authorities
462
Intimidation of any person to prevent him from working at any trade
463
Conspiring to commit an indictable offence
464
Attempting to commit statutory ollences
465
Forms of indictment under Tille VI 467 494
467
Table of offences under Tille VI 495
495
Mischief Punishments
499
CORPORATIONS
502
Limitations of lime for proseculing offences under Tille VI
507
Procedure
508
Information
535
Arrest of suspected deserter
536
Execution of warrant
537
Disposal of person arrested on endorsed warrant
538
Search warrant
539
Search for public stores
540
571 Search warrant for gold silver C
541
Search in gaminghouse
542
Search for vagrant
543
Sending unseaworthy ships to
546
PART XLV
549
Warrant for witness in first instance
550
Procuring attendance of witnesses beyond jurisdiction of Justice
551
Discretionary powers of the Justice
552
Hearing may proceed during time of remand
553
Evidence to be read to the accused
554
Evidence for the defence
559
Comments and authorilies
560
Discharge of the accused
561
Committal of accused for trial
562
Witness refusing to be bound over
563
TRIAL
576
PART XLVI
579
Indictment for high treason or treasonable offence
585
Right lo full defence
587
89
590
Objections to an indictment
591
Perjury defined
596
Second accusation
598
SECT
601
Coroners inquisition
608
Indictment after removal
614
Mixed juries in Manitoba
625
Punishment of perjury
640
Offence chargedpart only proved
650
Amendment to be endorsed on the record
656
Special provisions in the case of treason
658
Custody of insane person
662
72
669
Sect
673
Saving power of court
675
Admission to bail
679
Evidence of person dangerously ill may be taken under commission 635
682
PART LVIII
684
Summary irial in certain other cases
685
Sect PAGE 793 Full defence allowed
687
Depositions may be used on trial for other offences
688
Evidence of conviction or dismissal
689
Forms to be used
690
TRIAL OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS FOR INDICTABLE OFFENCES 809 Definitions
692
Procuring appearance of accused
693
Proof of previous conviction
694
Further proceedings barred
695
Proceedings when penalty imposed on accused is not paid
696
828 Costs to be certified by justices
697
Forms under Part LVI from Schedule One
698
PART LVII
699
Evidence of former written statements by witness
700
Secr PAGE 887 Certiorari not to lie when appeal is taken
720
Irregularities within the preceding section
721
Imperial Act superseded
722
Order as to costs
723
Tender and payment
725
Returns respecting convictions and moneys received
726
Prosecutions for penalties under the preceding section
727
Preserving order in court
728
Alphabetical List of offences Iriable summarily 747752
747
Appeals to Privy Council abolished
751
PART LIX
752
Discharge of recognizance
753
Officer to prepare lists of persons under recognizance making default
755
Sale of lands by Sheriff under estreated recognizance
756
Quebec
757
Form under Part LIX from Schedule One
758
FINES AND FORFEITURES 927 Appropriation of fines c
759
Proceedings after conviction
760
SURETIES FOR KEEPING THE PEACE AND FINES Sect PAGE 958 Persons convicted may be fined and bound over to keep the peace
766
Proceedings for not finding sureties to keep the peace
767
PART LXVII
768
Comments and authorities
769
Undergoing sentence equivalent to a pardon
770
Royal prerogative
771
Interpretation
772
Actions against persons administering the criminal law
776
SUMMARY CONVICTIONS
777
THE CANADA EVIDENCE ACT 1893
778
Incriminating answers
781
Proof of judicial proceedings
782
Proof
783
Notarial Acts in Quebec
784
Evidence of child
785
Repeal
786
SCHEDULE ONE to the CRIMINAL CODE
787
OFFENCES AGAINST RELIGION MORALS AND PUBLIC
788
EXTRA APPENDIX House of Commons Debates 1892 on the Criminal
806
Interpretation
839
Informations and complaints
845
Blasphemous libels
850
Witnesses to be on oath
851
Adjournment
857
Disobedience to order of justice
863
Sending
866
Recovery of costs when penalty is adjudged
869
Distress not to issue in certain cases
875
Piracy by the law of nations
877
Appeal on matters of form
882
The Extradition
895
PREPARATION FOR FORGERY AND OFFENCES RESEMBLING
901
The Fugitive Offenders
909
RETURN OF FUGITIVE 4 Apprehension and return of fugitive offenders
910
Proceedings on fugitives apprehension
911
A fugitive undergoing sentence for another offence
912
Manner of return of fugitive EVIDENCE 1617 Depositions
913
GENERAL INDEX
915
Interpretation of terms
922
Obstructing officiating clergyman
923
447
926
PART XIII
931
Special pleas
939
Counterfeiting stamps
947
PART LXIV
949
Arrest without warrant
956
Sentence of punishment by whipping
957
OFFENCES AGAINST MORALITY
958
False oaths
961
Corruptly taking a reward for helping to recover stolen property
967

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