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FIFTY·S1XTH CONGRESS. Sess. I1. Ch. 854. 1901. 1337 Sec. 906. Atrrnmrrs TO oommrr oR1Mn.—Whoever shall attempt to cn4§,§lQ,°mP*¤°°°°mm** commit any crime, which attempt is not otherwise made punishable ` by this chapter, shall be punished by a iine not exceeding one thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not more than one year, or both. Sec. 907. Snoonn CONVICTION.—EV€1'y person upon his second con- S°°°¤d °°’"‘°“°¤· viction of any criminal offense punishable by iine or imprisonment or both may be sentenced to pay a iine not exceeding fifty per centum greater, and to suifer imprisonment for a period not more than onehfaflf longer than the maximum iine and imprisonment for the first o ense. . Sec. 908. PERSONS ADVISLNG, 1No11*1NG, OR ooNNIv1NG AT oR1M1NAL , P%¤<>¤¤ g¢gVj{§{¤I§· onnnnsn TO nn CHARGED as PRINCIPALS.—Il1 prosecutions for any Lricéniriihgitaehse tg criminal offense all persons advising, inciting, or conniving at the g§,§j""g"d “S p““°" offense, or aidiiiig or abetting the principal offender, shall be char ed as principals an not as accessories, the intent of this section being gmt as to all accessories before the fact the law heretofore applicable in cases of misdemeanor only shall apply to all crimes, whatever the punishment may be. _ Sec. 909. ACCESSORIES.—Wh0BV€1‘ shall be convicted of being an Accessories. accessory after the fact to any crime punishable by death shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than twenty years. Whoeve1· shall be convicted of being accessory after the fact to any crime punishable by imprisonment shall be punished by a iine or imprisonment, or both, as the case may be, not more than one-half the maximum iine or imprisonment, or both, to which the principal offender may be subjected. Sec. 910. PUNISHMENT n0R ornnxsns Nor o0vnRnD BY PROVISIONS Punishment for cfon ooDn.—Whoever shall be convicted of any criminal offense not {,?$$§Zi§§§§?2$§B§? by covered by the provisions of any section of this code, or of any ‘ general law of the United States not locally inapplicable in the District of Columbia, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one thoikisand dollars or by imprisonment for not more than five years, or bot . CHAPTER Twnivrr. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. ’ Criminelpwcedure- Sec. 911. SnARoHns.—U on com laint, under oath, before the olice “'**“am *0 $€°'°h court, or a justice of the pldace, seging forth that the afliant believes Suspected house, em and has good cause to believe that there are concealed in any house or place articles stolen, taken by robbers, embezzled, or obtained by false pretenses, forged or counterfeited coin, stamps, labels, bank bills or other instruments, or dies, plates, stamps, or brands for making the same, books or printed papers, drawings, engravings, photographs, or pictures of an indecent or obscene character, or instruments for immoral use, or any gaming table, device, or apparatus kept for the purpose of unlawful gaming, or any lottery tickets or lottery policies, particularly describing the house or place to be searched, the things to be seized, substantially allegin the offense in relation thereto and describing the person to be seizeci the said court or justice may issue a warrant to the marshal or any officer of the police commanding him to Search Such house or place for the property or other things, and, —f¤¤¤ <>f,¢¤=· if found, to bring the same, together with the person to be seized, before the police court. . · The said warrant shall have annexed to it or inserted therein alcopy of the affidavit upon which it is issued, and may be Substantially in the form following: Whereas there has been filed before an aflidavit, of which the following is a copy (here insert): These are therefore to