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CRIMES AND OFFENCES-Continued.

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Penalty for use of another 's name, etc., Sec. 7...

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Issue of trading stamps prohibited, Act 35, 1900.

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Account sales of brokers-contents, Act 55, 1900.

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Production of unpublished dramatic, etc., compositions, Act 75, 1900.... 358
Sale of convict-made brooms, Act 132, 1894...

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False weight or measures, Act 8, E. S. 1870, Sec. 4.

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False weights or measures, Act 11, 1894..

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Tickets, etc., redeemable in goods, Act 71, 1894.

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Failure to label Paris green, Act 131, 1890, Sec. 6.

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Belling fertilizer without tags, Act 126, 1898.

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Selling oleomargarine as butter, Act 81, 1886.:

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Selling glucose for sugar, etc., Act 49, 1886...

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Fraudulent practices of nurserymen, Act 90, 1886.

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Violation public warehouse act, Sec. 8....

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16. REGISTRATION AND ELECTIONS.
Discharging laborers because of political opinions, Sec. 902....

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See “ Elections,” Secs. 18, 19, 20..

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See “Elections,” Secs. 41 to 44.

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See "Elections," Secs. 77 to 79...

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See “Primary Elections."

17. MISCELLANEOUS.
Prohibiting sale of cocaine, A'ct 85, 1898.

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Sunday law, Act 18, 1886......

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Obscene literature, etc., Act 111, 1884.

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To protect government light houses, etc., Act 19, 1890....

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Carrying concealed weapons, Secs. 915, 932..

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Selling weapons to minors, Act 46, 1890..

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Disturbing peaceable assembly, Sec. 929

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Riotous assemblies, etc., Act 7, E. S. 1872.

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Number constituting unlawful assembly, Sec. 1.

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Dispersal-posse comitatus, Sec. 2...

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Dispersal-posse comitatus, Sec. 3.

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Refusal to serve on posse, Sec. 4..

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Failure of officer to act, Sec. 5..'.

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Duty of Governor when advised of riotous assembly, Sec. 6.

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Officers taking part therein, Sec. 7...

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Prosecutions by Attorney General, Sec. 8.

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Disturbance in streets, highways, etc., Act 31, 1886.

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Disturbance on highway, Sec. 1...

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Defining public place, etc., Sec. 2.

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Discharging firearms, etc., Sec. 3.

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Horse racing in public squares, Sec. 4.

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Hitching noisy animals near church, etc., Act 53, 1894.

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Hat law, Act 62, 1896.

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Attempt of collectors to act without qualifying, Sec. 967.
Infringement of certan ferry privileges, Sec. 969...
Officer of drainage district, refusal to perform duty, Sec. 970.

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Sheriff may call for assistance in certain cases, etc., Sec. 971.

18. ACCESSORIES.

Accessories before the fact, Sec. 972.
Accessories after the fact, Sec. 973.

CRIMES AND OFFENCES-Continued.

19. PUNISHMENT.
Power of judges in certain cases, Sec. 974...
Sentence of death, how executed in New Orleans, Sec. 975.
To grade misdemeanors, etc., and fix penalties, Act 107, 1902.
Assault, Sec. 1.....
Assault and battery, grades, Sec. 2...
False imprisonment and malicious prosecution, Sec. 3. .
Slander, Sec. 4...
Larceny, Sec. 5..
Obtaining, etc., by false pretense, Sec. 6.
Embezzlement, Sec. 7.......
Retailing liquor without license, Sec. 8.
Carrying concealed weapons, Sec. 9..
Giving false alarm of fire, Sec. 10.
Vagabondage, Sec. 11. ....
Conducting a lottery, Sec. 12.
Convicts may be sentenced to work on streets, etc., Act 38, 1878..

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CRIMINAL CODE-See “Code of Criminal Law.''

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE-

1. A'RRESTS AND WARRANTS.
Constitution, Art. 7.

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Arrest of offenders in parishes other than where crime is committed, Sec.
1019

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Warrants for stolen property, Sec. 1020..

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Arrest and delivery of fugitives from justice, Const. U. S., Art. 4, Sec. 2,
Par. 2......

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Arrest of fugitives from any part of the United States, Sec. 1038. 489
Suspension of prescription against fugitives from justice, Act 148, 1898. 1296
Delivery of fugitives, Sec. 1039..

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Delivery, how made, Sec. 1040..

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What showing necessary before delivery, Sec. 1041..

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Sheriff, etc., to make arrests forthwith; custody of accused, Sec. 1083... 505
Sheriff, etc., may call for assistance, Sec. 1084....

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Return of writ, Sec. 1085.

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Neglect of duty by Sheriff, etc., penalty, Sec. 1086.

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Sheriff, etc., and sureties liable for failure to serve process, Sec. 1088. 508
Note of decisions....

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2. PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION, ETC.
Preliminary examination, testimony, committal, bail, etc., Sec. 1010..... 469
When non-resident sureties will be accepted, Sec. 1011..

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Bail, how taken when non-resident is surety, Sec. 1012.

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Commitment, Sec. 1013....
Examination of accused, appearance of witnesses, how secured, etc., Sec.
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CRIMES AND OFFEXCES--Con nued.

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Rights of indicted persons, copies, etc., 992...

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Variance, how corrected, Sec. 1047...

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Form of indictment for murder, etc., Sec. 1048.

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Form of indictment for other crimes, Sec. 1049.

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Indictment for engraving instrument, etc., Sec. 1050.

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What is a sufficient description of instrument, etc., Sec. 1051.

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Allegation and proof of fraud , of forgery, etc., Sec. 1052....
Where commission is charged, verdict may be for attempt, Sec. 1053..... 496
Where commission is charged, verdict may be for assault with intent to
rob, Sec. 1054....

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Innocence of crime charged, not bar to prosecution for other offense
shown, etc., Sec. 1055...

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Verdict in charge of embezzlement, may be for larceny and vice versa,
Sec. , 1056..

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On joint indictment for receiving property, guilty party may be convicted
alone, Sec. 1057...

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Accessories and receivers may be tried before principal, Sec. 1058. 498
Several thefts may be included in one indictment, Sec. 1059..

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Condition under wbich prosecution may be held in effect, Sec. 1060.
What is sufficient description of money or bank notes, Sec. 1061.

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Body of indictment need not mention venue, etc., Sec. 1062...

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What averments in indictment deemed immaterial, Sec. 1063. .

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Time for making and effect of objections to indictments, Sec. 1064. 500
Plea of autrefois convict or acquit, Sec. 1065...

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Intent and meaning of certain words, Sec. 1066.

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Note of decisions..

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4. JURISDICTION, VENUE, ETC.
Constitution, Art. 9.
Jurisdiction of courts, Sec. 987.
Crime committed within certain limits - where punishable, Sec. 988.
Change of venue, Sec. 1021...
Application by defendant, oatn, etc., Sec. 1022.
Application, how made, Sec. 1023..
Duty of clerk when change has been awarded, Sec. 1024.
Only one change allowed, Sec. 1025.
Duty of clerk of court to which case is transferred, Sec. 1026.
Sentence, by whom executed, Sec. 1027.....
No change of venue before arraignment, Sec. 1028.
Transfer of prisoner when change awarded, Sec. 1029.
Where accused on bail, must appear, Sec. 1030.
Effect of application for change, before pleading, Sec. 1031.
Note of decisions.

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5. WITNESSES, TESTIMONY, ETC.

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CRIMES AND OFFENCES-Continued.

6. TRIAL.
Constitution, Art. 9.
When by jury of five, Act 35, 1880..
When without jury in Orleans, Act 18, 1890.
Of minors under sixteen, Act 136, 1902...
Peremptory challenges allowed accused, Sec. 997.
Peremptory challenges allowed State, Sec. 998.
Judge's charge, restrictions, Sec. 991...
Duty of jury when insanity is reason for acquittal, Sec. 995.
Authority of court, when insanity pleaded, Sec. 993.
Trial in Orleans, Act 117, 1890...
Note of decisions.

7. VERDICT, CONVICTION, Costs, ETC.
Effect of conviction, Sec. 978.
Costs of conviction, Sec. 979.
Imprisonment for failure to pay fines, Sec. 980.
Insolvent laws for fine and costs, Sec. 981.
Verdict in capital cases, Sec. 1000.
Juveniles convicted in New Orleans, Sec. 1006.
Remissions prohibited, Sec. 1070....
Who may abate fine or imprisonment, Sec. 1071.
Note of decisions.

8. SENTENCE- PUNISHMENT-SEE “CRIMINAL LAW No. 19
Limitation on discretion of court, Sec. 982..
Convicts to be taken to penitentiary, Sec. 984.
Death penalty, how inflicted, Sec. 983.
Regulating the execution of criminals, Act 79, 1884.
Execution of death penalty- formalities, Sec. 1004.
Death sentence-transcript to Governor, Sec. 1005.
Note of decisions.

9. APPEAL.
Appeal without bond in certain cases, Sec. 1001..
Transcript—no security for costs, Sec. 1002.
Clerk to notify Sheriff of appeal, Sec. 1003.
Imprisonment of convicted persons pending appeal, etc., Sec. 1007.
Decision on appeal, to be filed in lower court, Sec. 1008.
Appeal in criminal cases-return-preference, Sec. 1009.
See Judiciary Department, sub-title “Supreme Court."

10. PEACE BONDS.
Justice of the Peace may take, Sec. 1016....
Declarations before justice-what to contain, Sec. 1017.
Persons placed thereunder, to pay costs, Sec. 1046.

11. FORFEITURE OF BONDS AND RECOGNIZANCES.
Pondition and setting aside of indements of forfeiture Sec 1032

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CRIMES AND OFFENCES-Continued.
12. EXPENSES OF CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS.

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Expenses, how paid, Sec. 1042......

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Fees, expenses, etc, how regulated, Sec. 1043.

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Police Juries to provide for, Act 92, 1878.

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13. MISCELLANEOUS.
Crimes, etc., how construed, Sec. 976......

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Right to civil suit for damages reserved, Sec. 985.

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Compromise of certain misdemeanors, etc., Sec. 990..

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Report of Grand Jury, when bill not found, because of insanity of
accused, Sec. 994...

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Duty of Attorney General, when to make inquiries, etc., Sec. 1018...... 475
Interchange of Judges recused, etc., Sec. 1068...

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Note of decisions..

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CROPS

Privilege of physician on, Act 129, 1880....
Prescription of damages to, Act 170, 1902.

Seeʻ. Pledge.”
CURATOR,

For absentees, Sec. 1.....
Certain banks may act as.
May deposit money in certain banks.
Record and effect of curator's bond, Sec. 1100.

Effect of recording inventory, etc., Sec. 1101.
CUSTODIAN-

Of Notarial records, see “Notaries."

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DAMAGES-
Civil action reserved to injured party, where offender is criminally puo-
ished, Sec. 985.

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DANCE HOUSES, ETC., Act 120, 1890.

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DAYS OF GRACE-

On notes, etc., Sec. 331...

Not allowed on sight paper, Sec. 332
DAYS OF PUBLIC REST-

Commercial paper, when payable, half holiday, Sec. 1114.
Decoration Day ,Act 110, 1896......

Election days, Sec. 9....
DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND INSTITUTION...

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DEAF AND DUMB-See “Louisiana Institute for."

DEATH

Sentence of, bow executed in Orleans, Sec. 975..
Penalty, how inflicted, Sec. 983 and Act 79, 1884.
Formalities in execution of penalty, Sec. 1004.
Transcript to Governor, Sec. 1005..
Appointment of Deputy Recorder of-in Orleans, Act 141 1890.

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