A Digest of the Criminal Law of Canada: (crimes and Punishments) Founded by Permission on Sir James Fitzjames Stephen's Digest of the Criminal Law

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Carswell & Company, 1890 - 588 páginas
 

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Imprisonment where there is no Express Provision
26
Cumulative Punishments
27
Pardons
29
Hard Labor
30
CHAPTER IV
32
Presumption of Sanity
34
Married Women
35
Compulsion
36
Ignorance of Law
38
Ignorance of Fact
39
CHAPTER V
42
Principals in the Second Degree
43
Common Purpose
44
Accessories before the Fact
45
Where Crime suggested is committed in a different Way
46
Where Instigation is countermanded
47
Accessories and Principals in Second Degree treated as Principals in First Degree
48
Punishment of Accessories after the Fact
49
Misdemeanors
50
CHAPTER VI
51
AttemptMisdemeanor
53
PART II
54
What amounts to imagining the Queens Death
55
Levying War by Subjects of a State at Peace with Her Majesty Subjects assisting
56
High Treason by adhering to the Queens Enemies
57
Adherence to a de facto King not Treason
58
Violating the Kings Wife c
59
All Principals in Treason
60
Conspiracy to Intimidate a Provincial Legislature
61
Contempts against the Queen
62
Solemnising or Assisting at Marriage of a Member of the Royal Family
63
Enticing Soldiers or Sailors to Desert
64
Enticing Militiamen or Members of the NorthWest Mounted Police Force to desert
65
CHAPTER VIII
66
Engaging as Principal in a Prize Fight
67
Where the Fight is Not a Prize FightDischarge or Fine
68
Unlawful Assembly
69
Routs
70
Preventing Reading Proclamation and Continuing to Riot After Proclamation
71
Riotous Demolition of Houses c
72
Inciting Indians to Riotous Acts
73
Unlawful Drilling
74
Definitions
75
Doing Anything or Possessing Explosive Substances with Intent to cause Dangerous Explosions
76
Carrying Pistol without Reasonable Cause
77
Having a Pistol on the Person with Intent to Injure any Person
78
Carrying Sheathknives in Seaports
79
Exception as to Soldiers c
80
Coming Armed Within Two Miles of Public Meeting
81
Refusing to Deliver Offensive Weapons to Returning Officer
82
Smugglers Carrying Offensive Weapons
83
Possessing Weapons near Public Works
84
Sale c of Liquors near Public Works
85
Intoxicating Liquors on board Her Majestys Ships
86
CHAPTER IX
87
Compulsion How Far a Defence
88
Freemasons Exempted
90
Seditious Words and Libels
91
Seditious Intention Defined
92
Presumption as to Intention
93
CHAPTER XI
101
Punishment of Slavetrading
107
CHAPTER XIII
115
Corruption of Revenue Officers
121
Definition of Treating
127
Unlawful Disposition of Arms c of the Militia Force
129
CHAPTER XV
133
Reformatories
136
Conspiracy to Defeat Justice Dissuading Witnesses from
139
Unlawfully Directing or Procuring Discharge of Prisoner
145
Unlawfully Advertising a Reward for Return of Siolen Property
151
CHAPTER XVIII
154
Denying Truth of Christianity c
155
Depraving the Lords Supper
156
Depraving the Book of Common Prayer
157
Clergymen Refusing to Use the Book of Common Prayer
158
Disturbing Public Worship
159
CHAPTER XIX
161
Adultery
162
Obscene Publications
163
Posting Immoral Books c
165
Seduction under Promise of Marriage
166
Unlawfully Defiling Women
167
Seduction of Females who are Passengers on Vessels
168
Prostitution of Indian Women
169
Preventing the Burial of Dead Bodies and Disinterring them
170
CHAPTER XX
172
Common Nuisance a Misdemeanor
173
Disorderly Houses
174
Evidence that a House is a common Gaming House
175
Gaming in Stocks and Merchandise
176
Habitually Frequenting places where Gaming in Stocks is carried on
177
Obstructing Peace Officers entering a Gaming House
178
Suppression of Riots
192
Consent to Bodily Injury
198
Accidental Infliction of Bodily Injury by Lawful ActWhat Acts are lawful
201
CHAPTER XXIII
203
Causing Death by Omissions other than those mentioned in Article 267
205
Delegation of Duty defined in Article 269
206
When direct Performance of Duty impossible
207
Duty of Persons doing Acts requiring Special Skill or Know ledge
208
CHAPTER XXIV
209
When an Act is the remote Cause of Death or one of several Causes
211
When causing Death does not amount to Homicide
213
When Homicide is unlawful 21 5
215
CHAPTER XXV
216
Effect and Definition of Provocation
219
When Provocation does not extenuate Homicide
222
Provocation to Third Person
223
SuicideAbetting Suicide
224
Presumption that Killing is Murder
225
Intentionally endangering the Safety of Persons on Railways
235
Negligently endangering the Safety of Persons on Railways
236
Leaving Holes in the Ice and Excavations unguarded
237
Neglecting when Liable to provide FoodCausing Bodily harm to Apprentices and Servants
238
Negligently causing Bodily injury to any Person
239
Gambling in Public Conveyances
240
Assault with Intent to commit Rape
242
Assaults Causing Actual Bodily Harm
243
Convicts Assaulting Officers of a Penitentiary
244
Assaulting Receivers of Wreck
245
Nuisances by Offensive Trades
246
Common Assaults
247
ART PAGE 322 Definition of Carnal Knowledge
248
Punishment for Rape
250
Carnally Knowing Children Between Ten and Twelve
251
Supplying Instruments to Procure Abortion
252
CHAPTER XXIX
253
Principals in Second Degree in Biyamy
255
Feigned Marriages
256
Abduction of Girls under Sixteen
258
Stealing Children under Fourteen
259
PART V
261
CHAPTER XXXI
263
Things Capable of being Libels
264
Publication Defined
265
When a Libel is Malicious
267
Publication of Matter Honestly Believed to be True
268
Fair Criticism
269
OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON THE CONJUGAL
271
Reports of Proceedings of Public Meetings
272
Fair Reports of Proceedings of Courts
273
Punishment for Libel
274
PART VI
276
CHAPTER XXII
277
54 Property in Movable Things
278
Special Owner
280
Posessor Special Owner as against Stranger
281
Bailment Defined
282
CHAPTER XXXIII
284
WaterGasElectricity
285
Tame Animals and Wild Animals in Captivity
286
Wild Animals Living and Dead
287
Dead Bodies
288
CHAPTER XXXIV
289
Theft by Taking and Carrying AwayRobbery
291
Theft by a ServantEmbezzlement
293
Theft by a False Pretence
294
Theft by Taking Advantage of a Mistake
295
Theft by Bailees
297
Finding Goods
299
Conversion after a Taking Amounting to a Trespass
301
Obtaining by False Pretences not Theft
303
The Property Embezzled Must be the Masters
309
CHAPTER XXXVII
316
Additional Punishment when Value of Property Exceeds
321
Offenders against Provisions of Articles 399 400 not Liable to Conviction in certain Cases
322
Judicial or Official Documents
323
Stealing Post Letters c Stopping Mails with Intent to Rob or SearchIssuing Money Orders Fraudulently
324
Stealing Mailable Matter other than Post Letters
326
Cattle
327
Pigeons
328
Things Fixed to Buildings or in Land
329
Trees of the Value of Twentyfive Cents
330
Timber Found Adrift
331
Failing to Satisfy Justice that Possession of Tree c is Lawful
332
Roots Plants c Growing elsewhere than in Gardens c
333
Things Under Seizure
334
Stealing in Dwelling Houses
335
Stealing from Ships Wharves etc
336
Stealing Things Deposited in Indian Graves in British Columbia
337
Public Servants
338
Public Servants Refusing to Deliver Up Chattels Moneys or Books etc Lawfully Demanded of Them
339
+33 Tenants and Lodgers
340
CHAPTER XXXIX
341
+36 Definition of False Pretence
344
Of Obtaining
346
Intent to Defraud
349
Pretending to Enclose Money etc in a Post Letter and other Frauds in Respect to Post Letters and the Postal Service
350
Frauds by Officers and Men of Militia Force
351
Constables of the Northwest Mounted Police Force Fraud ulently Obtaining Pensions
352
Other Offences Respecting Wrecks and Marine Stores
353
Concealing Gold or Silver with Intent to Defraud Partner in Claim
354
Removing or Concealing Ores c with Intent to Defraud c
355
Owners of Merchandise Disposing Thereof Contrary to Agree ments with Consignees Who Have Made Advances Thereon
357
Making False Statements in Receipts for Property that Can Be Used Under The Bank ActFraudulently Dealing with Property to Which Such Receipts ...
358
Assigning Property with Intent to Defraud Creditors 339
359
Concealing Deeds or Incumbrances or Falsifying Pedigrees
360
Frauds in Respect to the Registration of Titles to Land in the Terrritories
361
Fraudulent Sales of Property in Quebec
362
Unlawfully Applying Marks to Public Stores
363
Taking Marks from Public Stores
364
Not Satisfying Justice that Possession of Public Stores is Lawful
365
Receiving Regimental Necessaries From Soldiers or Deserters
367
Not Satisfying Justice that Possession of Seamans Property is Lawful
368
Pretending to Exercise Witchcraft
370
Assisting in such Misappropriation
376
Receiving Property Obtained by the Commission of a Mis
382
Document
392
Special Statutory Provisions Respecting Forgery and Offences
417
PART III
421
Words or Marks on Watch Cases
424
Defence where Offender is a Servant
430
Personation to obtain Deposits in Savings Banks
436
Interpretation of Terms
437
Uttering Counterfeit or Light Coins Metals
443
CHAPTER XLVIII
449
Injuries to Her Majestys VesselsGoods liable to Seizure
456
Maintenance
507
CASES IN WHICH INFLICTION OF BODILY INJURY
510
454
564
Public Officer defined
575

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