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TO WHICH ARE APPENDED THE OTHER ACTS PASSED BY

THE HOUSE OF NOBLES AND REPRESENTATIVES

DURING THEIR GENERAL SESSION FOR 1850.

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CHAPTER X.

KIDNAPPING-UNLAWFUL IMPRISONMENT AND CHILD STEALING.

SECTION 1. Kidnapping-Punishment.

2. Unlawful imprisonment-Punishment.
3. Presumption.
4. Child stealing-Punishment.
5. Receiving or harboring a stolen child.
6. Detaining a child on claim of right.

CHAPTER XI.

RAPE-CARNAL ABUSE OF A CHILD.-ABDUCTION.-SEDUCTION.

Section 1. Rape-Punishment.

2. Carnally abusing a female child-Punishment.
3. Assault with intent to ravish.
4. Abduction-Punishment.
5. Consent of female child void.
6. Seduction-Punishment.
7. The injured female is a competent witness.

CHAPTER XII.

CAUSING ABORTION.-CONCEALING THE DEATH OF AN INFANT.

Section 1. Causing abortion.

2. Causing abortion to save life justified.
3. Concealing the death of an infant.

CHAPTER XIII.

POLYGAMY.-ADULTERY.-FORNICATION.-INCEST.-SODOMY.

SECTION 1. Polygamy-Punishment.

2.3. Married persons defined.

4. Adultery-Punishment.
5. Illicit cohabitation-Punishment.
6. Lewd conversation, lascivious conduct and libidinous solicitations- Pun-

ishment.
7. Fornication-Punishment.
8. Incest-Punishment.
9. Sodomy-Punishment.

CHAPTER XIV.

BURGLARY AND HOUSE BREAKING.

SECTION 1. Burglary-Punishment.

2. To constitute burglary it is not necessary that any felony should be acta

ally committed. 3. Two kinds of breaking-Actual breaking. 4. Entering by an aperture found open. 5. Constructive breaking. 6. What is an entry.' 7. The dwelling house must be occupied as such. 8. Whose dwelling house a house is. 9. The Government, or any corporation, may occupy a dwelling house by

others, like individuals. 10. The breaking may be on a different night from the entry. 11. Aggravated burglary_Punishment. 12. Entering dwelling house in the night without breaking, armed with a

dangerous weapon-Punishment. 13. Without a dangerous weapon-Punishment. 14. Committing a felony in a dwelling house where any inmate is within in

the day time-Punishment. 15. In the day or night where no inmate is within-Punishment. 16. 17. 18. 19. Breaking and entering houses, buildings, vessels, or other

structures, not being a dwelling house-Punishments.

CHAPTER XV.

ROBBERY.

SECTION 1. Robbery defined.

2. How the force of fear must be taken advantage of.
3. Taking by force without intent to steal is not robbery.
4. Force by imprisonment or duress.
5. There must be an adequate ground of fear,
6. What is an adequate ground of fear.
7. Fear, in what way excited.
8. Degrees.
9. Presumption when robber is armed.
10. Punishment for robbery in the first degree.
11. Punishment for robbery in the second degree.

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LARCENY.

SECTION 1. Larceny defined.

2. The thing taken must have value.
3. The thing taken must be moveable.
4. Part of the reality.
5. The thing must be a subject of property and possession.
6. Domestic animals.
7. Animals not usually domesticated.
8. Writings of value.
9. Where a writing has no value.
10. Huw the value of a writing should be determined.
11. The thing must be owned and possessed.
12. Wrecks, estrays and lost property.
13. The owner unknown.
14. Larceny by husband and wife from each other.
15. Degrees-Punishments.
16. Punishment additional.

CHAPTER XVII.

VIOLATION OF LETTERS.

SECTION 1. Opening and reading a sealed letter.

2. No offense, if done by mistake.
3. Maliciously publishing or circulating.
4. If property be taken from such letter it is larceny.
5. Taking and publishing any letter or other writing.
6, Taking and detaining, secreting or destroying any letter.

This chapter not applicable to mail carriers and post masters.

CHAPTER XVIII.

VIOLATION OF THE MAILS.

SECTION 1. Detaining, opening, secreting, or embezzling a letter not containing any

writing of value, by a postmaster and others.
2. Where the letter contains any writing of value.
3. Deserting a mail.
4. Robbing a mail.
5. Robbing by the use of a dangerous weapon.
6. Attempt to rob.

7. Stealing a mail, or stealing from a mail.
8. One half of all pecuniary penalties to go to inforiners and prosecutors.

CHAPTER XIX.

EMBEZZLEMENT.

SECTION 1. Embezzlement defined.

2. Embezzlement by a public officer-Punishment
3. Other embezzlement-Punishment.
4. Court may mitigate the punishment when the offender is under sixteen

years of age.

CHAPTER XX.

EXTORTION.

SECTION 1. Extortion defined.

2. Extortion by imputation of crime.
3. No evidence of the guilt or innocence of the party extorted from ad-

missible.
4 Extortion by threatening to charge or impute deformity or disease.
5. Extortion by threatening to injure property.
6. Extorting signature.
7. Extortion by a públic officer.
8. Punishment for extortion in the first degree.
9. Punishment for extortion in the second degree.

CHAPTER XXI.

RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS.

SECTION 1. Receiving stolen goods defined.

2. The receiver need not intend profit or benefit.
3. Fraudulently detaining stolen goods.
4. Receiving part of a thing.
5. Punishment.
6. Common receiver of stolen goods-Punishment.
7. Not necessary to aver or prove the conviction of the thief.

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