Criminal Law and Practice of the State of New York

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Matthew Bender & Company, 1922
 

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To whom fines and penalties are to be paid
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ARTICLE 18
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Abandonment
63
ARTICLE 20
66
Abduction
71
Assault in third degree
73
Punisment for assault in third degree 246 Use of force not unlawful in certain cages
74
ARTICLE 22
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ATTORNEYS
79
ARTICLE 26
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ARTICLE 28
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BIGAMY SECTION 340 Definition and punishment of bigamy 341 Exceptions 342 In what county indictment may be found place of trial 343 Puni...
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ARTICLE 31
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Duties of public officers in relation to complaints and prosecu tions under this article 354 Directory of billiard and pocket billiard rooms 355 Saving ...
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ARTICLE 32
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Erroneous bills of lading or receipts issued in good faith ex cepted 363 Duplicate receipts must be marked duplicate 364 Selling hypothecating or pl...
108
Bill of lading or receipt issued by warehouseman must be can celed on redelivery of the property
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Property demanded by process of law 367 Penalty for failure to issue bill of lading
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ARTICLE 34
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ARTICLE 80
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BUCKET SHOPS SECTION 390 Acts prohibited penalty for violation 391 Exhibiting quotations penalty for violation 392 Written statement to be fu...
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ARTICLE 38
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ARTICLE 40
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Conducting business under assumed name
143
Producing unpublished undedicated or copyrighted opera or dramatic composition without consent of owner
144
Provisions when property is purchased on credit by aid of written statement of purchasers ability to
145
Tickets issued by Peoples Institute not transferable 444 Discriminations by Exchanges or members 444 Manufacture and sale of mattresses
146
Contracts for the use of the streets for hack stands 445 Marking of articles of merchandise made of platinum
147
Delivering false bill of lading to canal collector
148
PUBLIC HEALTH
155
ARTICLE 46
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ARTICLE 48
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COMPOUNDING CRIME
189
CONSPIRACY
191
ARTICLE 56
204
ARTICLE 60
211
CRIME AGAINST NATURE
222
ARTICLE 74
230
EXTORTION AND THREATS SzOTION 850 Extortion defined 851 What threats may constitute extortion 852 Punishment of extortion 853 Compu...
265
Blackmail
272
Attempts to extort money or property by verbal threata 858 Threat referring to act of third person 859 Rule as to person acting under threats 880 Inti...
274
Agreements or contracts for privileges to deal with occupants of tenements or apartment houses
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ARTICLE 82
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ARTIOLE 84
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Uttering writing signed with wrongdoers name 884 Forgery in first degree
282
False certificate to certain instruments is forgery
285
Punishment for forgery in first degree 887 Forgery in second degree
286
Punishment for forgery in second degree 889 Forgery in third degree
293
Officer of corporation selling fradulent shares 891 Forging passage tickets
297
Forging United States or state stamps 893 Punishment for forgery in third degree 894 Having possession of counterfeit coin 895 Advertising counter...
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ARTICLE 86
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Intent to defraud 922 Production of pretended heir 923 Substituting one child for another 924 Fictitious copartnership names
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Obtaining by fraud or without authority signature to applica tions or property for degrees secrets or membership in secret fraternities
308
Fraudulent use of the name or title of secret fraternity
309
Obtaining negotiable evidence of debt by false pretenses 938 Using false check or order for payment of money
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Fraudulently obtaining employment 940 Fraudulently secreting personal property
311
Parvning borrowed property
312
Personating beneficiary of entrance ticket 943 Mock auction 944 Publishing false messages
313
Unlawfully selling tickets for balls and enterta 946 Misrepresentation of circulation of newspapers or periodicals 947 Verbal false pretense not criminal
314
Unlawful use of name of benevolent humane or charitable cor poration
315
Fraudulent appropriation of lost treasure or waived property 950 False statements in regard to employment
316
Reporting or publishing fictitious transactions in securities 952 False statement or advertisement as to securities 953 Manipulation of prices of securities
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Trading by brokers against customers orders 955 Transaction by brokers after insolvency
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Hypothecation of customers securities 957 Delivery to customers of memoranda of transactions by brokers 958 Use of state and other seals and insig...
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ARTICLE 88
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ARTICLE 90
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ARTICLE 206
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ARTICLE 96
375
Liability of embracor procuring trial juror to take gain or profit
377
Bribing certain public officers
378
Bribery of witnesses
379
Bribery of labor representatives
380
Offender a competent witness
381
Bribery of baseball players
382
ARTICLE 106
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ARTICLE 108
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ARTICLE 112
404
Definition of intoxicating liquor
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SECTION 1220 Intoxication as a defense
411
Grand juror acting after challenge has been allowed
419
Kidnapping defined
420
LABCENY
430
ARTICLE 124
451
Preventing the meeting or organization of either branoh of the legislature 1321 Disturbing the legislature while in session 1322 Compelling adjourn...
467
Witnesses refusing to attend before the legislature or legiale tive committees
469
Refusing to testify 1331 Members of the legislature liable to forfeiture of office
470
Unlawful interference with water meters water service pipes and their connections
506
Injury to property how punished
507
Placing injurious substances on roads
508
Wearing industry badges or other insignia of identification by unauthorized persons 1435 Damaging military or naval equipment supplies or stores
509
Conspiracy to violate the foregoing section 1437 Penalties for violations of the two foregoing sections
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ARTICLE 136
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Presence of husband no defense
512
ARTICLE 144
518
Public nuisance defined
524
Nonresident taking or planting oyster
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ARTICLE 154
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Perjury
540
ARTICLE 160
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ARTICLE 164
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1743 Selling poison without labeling and recording the sale 1744 Penalty for violation of public health law
559
Regulations as to prescriptions of opium and morphine 1746 Sale of cocaine or euoaine and regulations respecting their possession 1747 Careless dist...
565
Adulterated drugs 1749 Adulteration of natural fruit juices
566
Disposing of tainted food 1751 Violations of agricultural law Repealed
567
Having narcotics in possession
568
Articles in imitation of food Repea led 1754 Putting noisome or unwholesame substances in highway 1755 Obstructing passage of ambulanca 1756 ...
569
Spraying fruit trees with poison 1758 Contamination of salt wells 1759 Throwing gas tar or refuse into public waters
570
Wilfully poisoning food 1761 Acts of intoxicated physicians 1762 Misconduct of veterinary surgeons 1763 Illegal practice of embalming
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Obstructing officer in collecting revenue
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ARTICLE 170
578
Acts of officer de arte
580
School district trustee not to draw draft on supervisor in cer tain cases 1872 Fraudulently presenting bills or claims to public officers for payment
599
Taking property from officers custody 1874 Neglecting to make transcripts or making false certificates 1875 Violation by sheriff of certain provision...
600
Misdemeanor for judge justice or magistrate to permit any but attorneys to practice in his court
601
ARTICLE 172
602
Carrying and use of dangerous weapons
605
1897a Possession selling carrying and use of firearm silencen
609
Possession presumptive evidence
610
Destruction of dangerous weapons 1900 Negligently managing and refusing to extinguish Aires
611
Obstructing attempts to extinguish fires 1902 Unauthorized manufacture sale or use of illuminating oils 1903 Violating law to prevent conflagrations ...
612
Fireescapes in hotels 1906 Discharging firearms
613
Driving vehicles and animals on sidewalks
614
Driving vehicles and teams on sidepaths 1909 Riding bicycle on sidewalk or footpath 1910 Endangering life by refusal to labor
615
Injury to life saving apparatus 1912 Procuring liquor for persons to whom sale is forbidden by the liquor tax law 1913 Employment by common car...
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ARTICLE 174
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ARTICLE 176
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ARTICLE 180
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Contracts in relation to Indian lands
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ARTICLE 146
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ARTICLE 190
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ARTICLE 194
685
ARTICLE 198
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ARTICLE 198
706
ARTICLE 200
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ARTICLE 218
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ARTICLE 222
745
False returns unlawful acts respecting returns
766
Furnishing money or entertainment to induce attendance at polls
767
Giving consideration for franchise
768
Receiving consideration for franchise
769
Testimony on prosecution
770
Bribery or intimidation of elector in military service of United States 772 Duress and intimidation of voters 773 Conspiracy to promote or prevent ele...
783
Political assessments 775 Corrupt use of position or authority 776 Failure to file statement of receipts expenditures and contribu tions 777 Procuring f...
786
781a Political contributions by owners of polling places prohibited 782 Penalty
789
Frauds on hotelkeepers 926 False rumors as to stocks bonds or public funds
791
Destruction of slot machines by the trial court 985a Disposition of contents of destroyed slot machine 986 Poolselling bookmaking bets and wagers 9...
792
Fraudulent conveyances of property
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ARTICLE 76
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being manufactured and articles of merchandise furnished
797
Publication defined 1344 Liability of editors and others 1345 Publishing a true report of public official proceedings 1346 Indictment for libel publis...
799
Floating logs or defacing marks thereon ARTICLE 130
799
Using forged or fraudulently altered evidence 811 Forging evidence
811
Destroying evidence
812
Inducing another to commit perjury
813
Suppressing evidence
814
Presumption of responsibility in general
815
Presumption as to child under seven years
816
Presumption of responsibility in general as to child of seven
817
Keeping wrecked goods a misdemeanor
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ARTICLE 156
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years or more
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ARTICLE 78
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REPEAL OF PROVISIONS OF PENAL LAW MUST BE EXPLIOTT LAWS REPRALIDI
826
EXHIBITIONS
826
Acrobatio exhibitions 831 Knife throwing shooting life saving apparatus at bathing places
831
Contests of skill speed or endurance time or riding limited
832
Certain exhibitions prohibited
833
Prohibiting certain exhibitions without permission of town authorities
834
Booths in rooms where pool and billiards are played in incor poratea viitages and towns
835

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Seite 401 - In all criminal prosecutions or indictments for libels, the truth may be given in evidence to the jury; and if it shall appear to the jury that the matter charged as libelous is true, and was published with good motives and for justifiable ends, the party shall be acquitted; and the jury shall have the right to determine the law and the fact.
Seite 546 - ... no person shall be prosecuted or subjected to any penalty or forfeiture for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which he may so testify or produce evidence, documentary or otherwise, and no testimony so given or produced shall be received against him upon any criminal investigation or proceeding.
Seite 375 - Any person 1. Who shall knowingly make or cause to be made, either directly or indirectly, or through any agency whatsoever, any false statement in writing, with intent that it shall be relied upon, respecting the financial condition, or means or ability to pay, of himself, or any other person, firm or corporation...
Seite 180 - To divide, withdraw, or in any manner pay to the stockholders, or any of them, any part of the capital stock of the corporation ; or to reduce such capital stock without the consent of the legislature ; or 3.
Seite 212 - ... intimidation upon or against any person in order to induce or compel such person to vote or refrain from voting, or on account of such person having voted or refrained from voting, at any election, or who shall, by abduction, duress, or any fraudulent...
Seite 712 - No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime (except in cases of impeachment, and in cases of militia when in actual service ; and the land and naval forces in time of war...
Seite 81 - The practice of law is not a business open to all, but a personal right, limited to a few persons of good moral character, with special qualifications ascertained and certified after a long course of study, both general and professional, and a thorough examination by a state board appointed for the purpose. The right to practice law is in the nature of a franchise from the state conferred only for merit. It cannot be assigned or inherited, but must be earned by hard study and good conduct.
Seite 356 - ... is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction therefor shall be punished by a fine for each offense of not less than twenty-five nor more than two hundred dollars.
Seite 106 - But the testimony so given shall not be used in any prosecution or proceeding, civil or criminal, against the person so testifying.
Seite 229 - Every person who extorts any money or other property from another, under circumstances not amounting to robbery, ^by means of force, or any threat, such as is mentioned in the preceding section, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not exceeding five years.

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