A Treatise on Federal Criminal Law Procedure: With Forms of Indictment and Writ of Error and the Federal Penal Code

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61 Counterfeiting weather forecast
61
Interfering with employees of Bureau of Animal Industry
62
Forgery of certificate of entry
63
Concealment or destruction of invoices
64
Resisting revenue officer rescuing or destroying seized property
65
Falsely assuming to be a revenue officer
66
Offering presents to revenue officer
67
Admitting merchandise to entry for less than legal duty
68
Securing entry of merchandise by false samples
69
False certification by consular officer
70
Taking seized property from custody of revenue officer
71
Forging or altering ships papers or customhouse documents
72
Forging military bountyland warrant
73
Forging etc certificate of citizenship
74
Engraving etc plate for printing or photographing selling or bringing into United States etc certificate of citizenship
75
False personation etc in procuring naturalization
76
Using false certificate of citizenship or denying citizenship
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Using false certificate etc as evidence of right to vote
78
Falsely claiming citizenship
79
Taking false oath in naturalization proceedings
80
Provisions applicable to all courts of naturalization
81
Shanghaiing and falsely inducing person intoxicated to go on vessel prohibited
82
Corporations etc not to contribute money for political elections
83
Hunting birds or taking their eggs from breeding grounds pro
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hibited
95
Receiving loan or deposit from officer of court
100
Failure to make returns or reports
101
Aiding in trading in obscene literature
102
Collecting and disbursing officers forbidden to trade in public property
103
Certain officers forbidden to purchase etc witness etc fees
104
Falsely certifying etc as to record of deeds
105
Other false certificates
106
CHAPTER III
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Pension agent taking fee
108
Officer not to be interested in claims against United States
109
Member of Congress etc soliciting or accepting bribe
110
Offering etc Member of Congress bribe
111
Members of Congress taking consideration for procuring contract office etc offering Member consideration
112
Member of Congress etc taking compensation in matters to which United States is a party
113
Members of Congress not to be interested in contract
114
Officer making contract with Member of Congress
115
Contracts to which two preceding sections do not apply
116
United States officer accepting bribe
117
Political contributions not to be solicited by certain officers
118
Political contributions not to be received in public offices
119
Immunity from official proscription
120
Giving money to officials for political purposes prohibited
121
Penalty for violating provisions of four preceding sections
122
Government officer etc giving out advance information re specting crop reports
123
Government officer etc knowingly compiling or issuing false statistics respecting crops
124
POSTAL CRIMES
131
Allowing prisoner to escape
138
Application of preceding section
139
Obstruction process or assaulting an officer
140
Rescuing etc prisoner concealing etc person for whom warrant
141
Mutilating or defacing national bank notes
176
Imitating United States securities or printing business cards on them
177
Notes of less than one dollar not to be issued
178
Conducting postoffice without authority
179
Illegal carrying of mail by carriers and others
180
Conveyance of mail by private express forbidden
181
Transporting persons unlawfully conveying mail
182
Sending letters by private express
183
Conveying of letters over post routes
184
Carrying letters out of the mail on board of vessel
185
When conveying letters by private persons is lawful
186
Wearing uniform of carrier without authority
187
Vehicles etc claiming to be mail carriers
188
Injuring mail bags
189
Stealing postoffice property
190
Stealing or forging mail locks or keys
191
Breaking into and entering postoffice
192
Unlawfully entering postal car
193
Stealing secreting embezzlement etc mail matter or contents
194
Postmaster or employee of postal service detaining destroying or embezzling letter
195
Postmaster etc detaining or destroying newspapers
196
Assaulting mail carrier with intent to rob and robbing mail
197
Injuring letter boxes or mail matter assaulting carrier
198
Deserting the mail 200 Delivery of letters by master of vessel 201 Obstructing the mail 202 Ferryman delaying the mail 203 Letters carried in a forei...
200
Using selling etc canceled stamps removing cancellation marks from stamps
201
CHAPTER V
202
Forging Etc Certificate of Citizenship
216
Poisons and explosives nonmailable
217
Counterfeiting money orders
218
CHAPTER VI
227
Fraudulent increase of weight of mail
228
Offenses against foreign mail in transit
229
Omission to take oath
230
Definitions
231
Subornation of perjury
237
Stealing or altering process procuring false bail
238
Destroying etc public records
243
Destroying records by officer in charge
245
Forging signature of judge
246
has issued
252
Rescue at execution 143 Rescue of prisoner 144 Rescue of body of executed offender
253
Bribery of a judge or judicial officer 132 Judge or judicial officer accepting a bribe etc 133 Juror referee master etc or judicial officer etc accepting ...
255
OFFENSES RELATING TO OFFICIAL DUTIES
256
CHAPTER VII
258
Member of Congress Etc Soliciting or Accepting Bribe 1781
259
Officer etc of the United States guilty of extortion 86 Receipting for larger sums than are paid
262
Disbursing officer unlawfully converting etc public money
263
Failure of treasurer etc to safely keep public money 89 Custodian of public money failing to safely keep etc 90 Failure of officer to render accounts ...
264
Provisions of the five preceding sections to whom applicable 93 Record evidence of embezzlement 94 Prima facie evidence 95 Evidence of conversi...
265
1785102
268
1788 and 1789103
269
CHAPTER VIII
285
Interrupting Service 203 Agreement to Prevent Bids at Sale of Lands 204 Injuries to United States Telegraph Etc Lines 205 Counterfeiting Weather ...
286
Piracy under the law of nations
290
Maltreatment of crew by officers of vessel
291
Inciting revolt or mutiny on shipboard
292
Revolt and mutiny on shipboard
293
Seaman laying violent hands on his commander
294
CHAPTER IX
344
CHAPTER X
351
CHAPTER XI
364
CHAPTER XII
379
Interstate Commerce Commission to make regulations for trans portation of explosives 234 Liquid nitroglycerin etc not to be carried on certain vess...
380
Marking of packages of explosives deceptive marking 236 Death or bodily injury caused by such transportation 237 Importation and transportation ...
382
Common carrier etc not to collect purchase price of interstate shipment of intoxicating liquors
386
Packages containing intoxicating liquors shipped in interstate commerce to be marked as such
387
CHAPTER XIII
408
Serving in vessels engaged in the slave trade 253 Receiving or carrying away any person to be sold or held as a slave
412
Equipping etc vessel for slave trade 255 Penalty on persons building equipping etc 256 Forfeiture of vessel transporting slaves 257 Receiving perso...
413
Vessels found hovering on coast 259 Forfeiture of interest in vessels transporting slaves 260 Seizure of vessels engaged in the slave trade
414
CHAPTER XIV
421
CHAPTER XV
440
Conspiracy to cast away vessel
447
Plundering vessel in distress etc 298 Attacking vessel with intent to plunder
449
Breaking and entering vessel etc 300 Owner destroying vessel at sea 301 Other persons destroying or attempting to destroy vessel at
450
Robbery on shore by crew of piratical vessel
451
Arming vessel to cruise against citizens of the United States 304 Piracy under color of a foreign commission 305 Piracy by subjects or citizens of a fo...
452
Confederating etc with pirates 308 Sale of arms and intoxicants forbidden in Pacific islands
453
Offenses under preceding section deemed on high seas 310 Vessels of the United States defined
454
CHAPTER XVI
455
Joinder of counts 316 Adultery
459
Incest
460
Fornication 319 Certificates of marriage penalty for failure to record 320 Prize fights bull fights
461
INTERNAL REVENUE
464
CHAPTER XVIII
483
CHAPTER XIX
499
CHAPTER XX
507
CHAPTER XXI
517
CHAPTER XXII
527
Whipping and the pillory abolished 326 Jurisdiction of State courts
528
Pardoning power
534
CHAPTER XXIII
539
CHAPTER XXIV
548
False returns to increase compensation
569
FORM FOR INDICTMENT
592
CHAPTER XXV
605
CHAPTER ONE OFFENSES AGAINST THE EXISTENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT 1 Treason 2 Punishment of treason 3 Misprision of treason 4 I...
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CHAPTER TWO OFFENSES AGAINST NEUTRALITY 9 Accepting a foreign commission 10 Enlisting in foreign service 11 Arming vessels agains...
609
CHAPTER THREE OFFENSES AGAINST THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE AND CIVIL RIGHTS OF CITIZENS 19 Conspiracy to injure etc citizens ...
613
OFFENSES AGAINST THE OPERATIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT 27 Forgery of letters patent 28 Forging bids public records etc 29 Forging dee...
616
Banker etc receiving deposit from disbursing officer 97 Embezzlement by Internal Revenue officer etc 98 Officer contracting beyond specific appro...
638
Conspiring to intimidate party witness or juror 137 Attempt to influence juror
652
CHAPTER SEVEN OFFENSES AGAINST THE CURRENCY COINAGE ETC 147 Obligation or other security of the United States defined 148 For...
659
Collection of unlawful postage forbidden 208 Unlawful pledging or sale of stamps 209 Failure to account for postage and to cancel stamps etc by of...
674
Importation of certain wild animals and birds forbidden 242 Transportation of prohibited animals
697
Marking of packages
703
CHAPTER TEN THE SLAVE TRADE AND PEONAGE 8 246 Confining or detaining slaves on board vessel 247 Seizing slaves on foreign shore 24...
704
CHAPTER ELEVEN OFFENSES WITHIN THE ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME AND THE TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED ST...
711
Definition of pugilistic encounter 322 Train robberies in Territories
724
Indians committing certain crimes how punished 329 Crimes committed on Indian reservations in South Dakota 330 Qualified verdicts in certain case...
728
CHAPTER FIFTEEN REPEALING PROVISIONS 341 Sections acts and parts of acts repealed 342 Accrued rights etc not affected 343 Prosecutions ...
732
Larceny 288 Receiving etc stolen goods 289 Laws of States adopted for punishing wrongful acts
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