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115. ROBBERY

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117. 119. 121. 123. 125. 127. 129. 131.

2391 2421 2451 2481 2511 2541 2571 2601

SEDUCTION SEPULTURE SODOMY AND BESTIALITY STOLEN PROPERTY SUICIDE VAGRANCY WEAPONS; HUNTING WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

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CHAPTER 1—GENERAL PROVISIONS SUBCHAPTER I

RULES OF INTERPRETATION

Sec. 1. Definitions. 2. Scope of term "person" when used regarding protection of property. SUBCHAPTER II

TYPES OP CRIMES OR OFFENSES

21. Definition of crime or public offense. 22. Union of act and intent or negligence; manifestations and presumptions as to intent. 23. Classification of offenses. SUBCHAPTER III

41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47.

PARTIES TO CRIMES

Principals; pleading. Conviction of testimony of accomplice; accomplice defined. Accessory after the fact; punishment. Misprision of felony. Persons capable of committing crimes. Omission to perform act performed by another. Intoxicated persons; consideration in determining intent. SUBCHAPTER IV

RESISTANCE TO COMMISSION OF CRIME

71. Resistance by party about to be Injured. 72. Person aiding another about to be injured. 73. Extent of right of self-defense. SUBCHAPTER V—SENTENCE AND PUNISHMENT

Article A—General Provisions 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96.

Persons subject to prosecution and punishment. Penalties where penaltie8 not otherwise prescribed. Offense made punishable in different ways; double jeopardy. Duty to determine and impose punishment. Punishment within limits prescribed. Punishment where only minimum term prescribed. Article B—Subsequent Offenses; Habitual Criminals

111. Punishment for offenses committed after conviction of prior penitentiary offense. 112. Punishment for petit larceny or attempts to commit offenses, after prior conviction of petit larceny. 113. Punishment of habitual criminals. 114. Effect of pardon. SUBCHAPTER VI-—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137.

Arrest only for crimes declared in Code; exceptions. Civil liability for offenses; effect of this title. Forfeiture of property upon conviction. Forfeiture of public olflce upon conviction. Evaluation of property in determining grade of offense. Preservation of powers of courts-martial and others. Offenses involving sending of letters.