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Sec. 5346.
Assault with a dangerous weapon.

The punishment of the crime of assault with a dangerous weapon committed within the limits of any Indian reservation in South Dakota is prescribed by Act Feb. 2, 1903, c. 331, § 3, set forth above.

Sec. 5356.
Larceny.

The pupishment of the crime of larceny committed within the limits of any Indian reservation in South Dakota is prescribed by Act Feb. 2, 1903, c. 351, $ 3, set forth above.

ACT JULY 1, 1902, c. 1376.
An Act for the Suppression of Train Robbery in the Territories

of the United States and Elsewhere, and for Other Purposes.

(32 Stat. 727.) Train robberies, etc., committed in territory subject to exclusive juris

diction of United States; punishment. Be it enacted, &c., That if any person shall willfully and maliciously trespass upon or enter upon any railroad train, railroad car, or railroad locomotive, within any Territory of the United States, or any place subject to the exclusive jurisdiction or control thereof, with the intent to commit murder, robbery, or any unlawful violence upon or against any passenger on said train or car, or upon or against any engineer, conductor, fireman, brakeman, or any officer or employee connected with said locomotive, train, or car, or upon or against any express messenger or mail agent on said train, or in any such car thereof, or to commit any crime or offense against any person or property thereon, such person shall be punished by imprisonment not exceeding twenty years, or by fine not exceeding five thousand dollars, or both, at the discretion of the court.

Act July 1, 1902, c. 1376, § 1, 32 Stat. 727. Aiding and abetting train robberies, etc.

Sec. 2. That any person who shall counsel, aid, abet, and assist in the perpetration of any of the offenses set forth in the preceding section shall be deemed to be principals therein.

Act July 1, 1902, c. 1376, § 2, 32 Stat. 728. Allegations and proof.

Sec. 3. That upon the trial of any person charged with any offense set forth in this Act it shall not be necessary to set forth or prove the particular person against whom it was intended to commit the offense, or that it was intended to commit such offense against any particular person.

Act July 1, 1902, c. 1376, $ 3, 32 Stat. 728.

Sec. 5382.
ACT FEB. 14, 1902, c. 18.
An Act to Prevent the Sale of Firearms, Opium, and Intoxicating

Liquors in Certain Islands of the Pacific. (32 Stat. 33.)
Sale of arms, ammunition, explosive substances, intoxicating liquors, or

opium to natives of certain islands in Pacific Ocean; punishment. Be it enacted, &c., That any person subject to the authority of the United States who shall give, sell, or otherwise supply any arms, ammunition, explosive substance, intoxicating liquor, or opium to any aboriginal native of any of the Pacific islands lying within the twentieth parallel of north latitude and the fortieth parallel of south latitude and the one hundred and twentieth meridian of longitude west and one hundred and twentieth meridian of longitude east of Greenwich, not being in the possession or under the protection of any civilized power, shall be punishable by imprisonment not exceeding three months, with or without hard labor, or a fine not exceeding fifty dollars, or both. And in addition to such punishment all articles of a similar nature to those in respect to which an offense has been committed found in the possession of the offender may be declared forfeited.

Act Feb. 14, 1902, c. 18, § 1, 32 Stat. 33. Exceptions as to opium, wine, or spirits given for medical purposes.

Sec. 2. That if it shall appear to the court that such opium, wine, or spirits have been given bona fide for medical purposes it shall be lawful for the court to dismiss the charge.

Act Feb. 14, 1902, c. 18, $ 2, 32 Stat. 33. Offenses against act deemed to have been committed on high seas, or

on board merchant vessel of United States; jurisdiction. Sec. 3. That all offenses against this Act committed on any of said islands or on the waters, rocks, or keys adjacent thereto shall be deemed committed on the high seas on board a merchant ship or vessel belonging to the United States, and the courts of the United States shall have jurisdiction accordingly.

Act Feb. 14, 1902, c. 18, § 3, 32 Stat. 33.

Sec. 5385.
Arson of dwelling house within a fort, etc.

The punishment of arson committed within the limits of any Indian reservation in South Dakota is prescribed by Act Feb. 2, 1903, c. 351, 8 2, set forth above,

Sec. 5391.

ACT JULY 7, 1898, c. 576, 8 2. Certain offenses committed in places jurisdiction over which has been retained or acquired by United States, how punished.

The State of South Dakota, by Act Feb. 14, 1901, c. 106 (Sess. Laws S. D. 1901, p. 132), ceded to the United States jurisdiction over offenses committed upon Indian reservations within the state. By Act Feb. 2,

1903, c. 351, set forth above, the circuit and district courts of the United States for the district of South Dakota were given jurisdiction to hear, try, and determine all prosecutions for the crimes of murder, manslaughter, rape, assault with intent to kill, arson, burglary, larceny, or assault with a dangerous weapon, committed within the limits of any Indian reservation in the state of South Dakota; the punishment of the crimes of murder, manslaughter, rape, arson, or burglary was made the same as the punishment for similar crimes committed within the sole and exclusive jurisdiction of the United States; and the punishment for assault with intent to kill, assault with a dangerous weapon, or larceny was declared to be governed by the laws of South Dakota relating to the punishment of like offenses.

CHAPTER FOUR.

Crimes Against Justice.
Sec. 5392.
Perjury.

False sweariug by any person to whom an oath has been administered by an immigration officer, under the provisions of Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, in any way affecting or in relation to the right of an alien to admission to the United States, is defined as perjury, and made punishable as provided by this section, by a provision of said Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, $ 24, set forth ante, under Title XXIX, "Immigration," subtitle "Regulation and Restriction of Immigration in General."

Sec. 5399.
Intimidation or corruption of witness or officer.

Willfully neglecting or refusing to obey a subpæna issued in proceedings before a register or receiver of the land office, under Act Jan. 31, 1903, c. 344, is made a misdemeanor and punishable, by section 3 of said act, set forth ante, under Title XXXII, “The Public Lands," c. 2.

CHAPTER FIVE.

Crimes Against the Operations of the Government.

[COUNTERFEITING COIN.)

Sec. 5462.

ACT FEB. 10, 1891, c. 127, $ 3.
[Amended. Act March 3, 1903, c. 1015.]

This section is amended by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1015, set forth belnw.

ACT MARCH 3, 1903, c. 1015.
An Act To Amend Section Three of the "Act Further to Prevent

Counterfeiting or Manufacturing of Dies, Tools, or Other Implements Used in Manufacturing," and so forth, Approved February

Tenth, Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-One. (32 Stat. 1223.) Making, importing, or having in possession tokens similar to coins; ex

ception as to illustrations for numismatic books. Be it enacted, &c., That section three of an Act entitled "An Act further to prevent counterfeiting or manufacturing of dies, tools, or other implements used in manufacturing, and providing penalties therefor, and providing for the issue of such warrants in certain cases," approved February tenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, be, and it hereby is, amended so as to read as follows:

“Sec. 3. That every person who makes, or who causes or procures to be made, or who brings into the United States from any foreign country, or who shall have in possession with intent to sell, give away, or in any other manner use the same, any business or professional card, notice, placard, token, device, print, or impression, or any other thing whatsoever, in likeness or similitude as to design, color, or the inscription thereon, of any of the coins of the United States or of any foreign country that have been or hereafter may be issued as money, either under the authority of the United States or under the authority of any foreign government, shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine not to exceed one hundred dollars. But nothing in this Act shall be construed to forbid or prevent the printing and publishing of illustrations of coins and medals, or the making of the necessary plates for the same, to be used in illustrating numismatic and historical books and journals and the circulars of legitimate publishers and dealers in the same.

Act March 3, 1903, c. 1015, 32 Stat. 1223.

This act amends Act Feb. 10, 1891, c. 127, § 3, set forth in Comp. St. 1901, p. 3687, to read as set forth above. The amendment consists principally in the addition, at the end of the section, of the clause beginning, “But nothing in this act shall be construed,” etc.

The title of the act amended is incorrectly recited in the title and in the body of this act. As enacted, the title is “An act further to prevent counterfeiting or manufacture of dies, tools, or other implements used in counterfeiting, and providing penalties therefor, and providing for the issue of search warrants in certain cases.” Act Feb. 10, 1891, c. 127, 26 Stat. 742, Comp. St. 1901, p. 3686.

POSTAL CRIMES.
Sec. 5466.
Injuring mail matter.

Injuring letter-boxes on mail routes, and injuring or stealing mail matter deposited in such boxes, are punishable by Act April 21, 1902, c. 563, § 1, as amended by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1009, § 3, set forth ante, under Title XLVI, "The Postal Service,” c. 2.

Unlawfully entering a railway post office car or assaulting a railway postal clerk while on duty are punishable by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1009, $ 5, set forth ante, under Title XLVI, “The Postal Service,” c. 10.

Sec. 5472.
Robbing of the mail.

Special delivery messengers, when actually engaged in carrying or delivering mail, are to be deemed carriers within the meaning of this section, by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1009, § 4, set forth ante, under Title XLVI, “The Postal Service," c. 2.

Sec. 5473.
Attempting to rob the mail.

Special delivery messengers, when actually engaged in carrying or delivering mail, are to be deemed carriers, within the meaning of this section, by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1009, § 4, set forth ante, under Title XLVI, "The Postal Service," c. 2.

Unlawfully entering a railway post office car or assaulting a railway postal clerk while on duty are punishable by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1009, § 5, set forth ante, under Title XLVI, “The Postal Service," c. 10.

Sec. 5480.

The importation into the United States, or holding in pursuance of such importation, of any woman or girl for purposes of prostitution, is made a felony, by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 3, set forth ante, under Title XXIX, “Immigration."

Bringing into or landing in the United States any alien not duly admitted or not lawfully entitled to enter is made a misdemeanor, by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 8, set forth ante, under Title XXIX, “Immigration.”

Landing or permitting the landing of aliens at a time or place other than that designated by the immigration officers is made a misdemeanor, by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, $ 18, set forth ante, under Title XXIX, "Immigration."

Refusing to receive back on board vessels, or neglecting to detain, or refusing or neglecting to return or to pay the cost of maintenance of, aliens brought into the United States in violation of law, is made a misdemeanor, by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, $$ 19, 21, set forth ante, under Title XXIX, “Immigration."

Aiding or assisting any person who disbelieves in or is opposed to all organized government, or who is a member of or affiliated with any organization entertaining and teaching such disbelief or opposition, or who advocates, etc., the unlawful assaulting or killing of officers of government, to enter the United States, except pursuant to rules and regulations authorized by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, & 38, is punishable, by a provision of that section set forth ante, under Title XXIX, “Immigration."

Purposely procuring naturalization in violation of the provisions of Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, $ 39, providing that no person who disbelieves in or is opposed to all organized government, etc., shall be naturalized, or knowingly aiding, etc., any such person to apply for or to secure naturalization, or knowingly procuring or giving false testimony as to any material fact in any naturalization proceeding, or knowingly making an affidavit false as to any material fact required to be proved in such proceeding, are punishable by provisions of said Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, $ 39, set forth ante, under Title XXX, "Naturalization.”

The violation of Act July 1, 1902, c. 1357, prohibiting the introduction into any State or Territory, or the District of Columbia from any other State or Territory, or the District of Columbia, or the sale in the District of Columbia or any Territory, of any dairy or food product falsely labeled or branded as to the State or Territory in which they are made, produced, or grown, is made a misdemeanor punishable by fine or imprisonment, by section 2 thereof, set forth ante, under Title LVI A, "Regulation of Interstate and Foreign Commerce," c. 3.

The violation of the provision of Act Feb. 2, 1903, c. 349, for the regulation of the exportation and transportation of infected live stock, and the prevention of contagious, etc., diseases among live stock, or of any of the orders and regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture, made in

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