The Criminal Code, 1892, 55-56 Victoria, Chap. 29 : Together with an Act to Amend the Canada Temperance Amendment Act, 1888, Being Chapter 26 of the Same Session

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PART III
61
Accessories after the fact
67
Forging certificates
72
SECT
76
Unlawfully obtaining and communicating official information
77
Reading the Riot
83
Forcible entry and detainer
89
PART XVIII
93
Definition of murder 228 Further definition of murder 229 Provocation 230 Manslaughter 231 Punishment of murder
94
Attending or promoting a prizefight
95
Causing dangerous explosions
99
Doing anything or possessing explosive substances with intent to cause dangerous explosions
100
Unlawfully making or possessing explosive substances
101
Having possession of arms for purposes dangerous to the public peace
102
Two or more persons openly carrying dangerous weapons so as to cause alarm
103
Smugglers carrying offensive weapons
104
Carrying a pistol or airgun without justification
105
Selling pistol or airgun to minor
106
Having weapons on person when arrested
107
Having weapons on the person with intent to injure any person
108
Pointing any firearm at any person
109
Carrying offensive weapons about the person
110
Carrying sheathknives in seaports
111
Exception as to soldiers
113
Coming armed within two miles of public meeting
114
Lying in wait for persons returning from public meeting
115
Sale of arms in the Northwest Territories
116
Possessing weapons near public works
117
Sale c of liquors near public works
118
Intoxicating liquors on board Her Majestys ships
119
Stealing wreck
121
Sect
123
Marks to be used on public stores
129
Carnally knowing idiots
133
Counterfeiting stamps
143
PART X
144
Words or marks on watch cases
148
False statements
150
Bringing instruments for coining from mints into Canada
155
Corruptly taking a reward for helping to recover stolen property
156
PART XXXVI
157
Attempting to injure or poison cattle
164
SECT
167
PART XL
173
PART VII
176
Disclosing official secrets
177
Possessing counterfeit coins
181
When justice may compel appearance
183
Prostitution of Indian women
190
PART XLV
193
Selling things unfit for food
194
Common bawdyhouse defined
195
Common gaminghouse defined
196
Common bettinghouse defined
197
Disorderly houses
198
Playing or looking on in gaminghouse
199
Obstructing peace officer entering a gaminghouse
200
Gaming in stocks and merchandise
201
Habitually frequenting places where gaming in stocks is carried
202
Gambling in public conveyances
203
Betting and poolselling
204
Lotteries
205
Misconduct in respect to human remains
206
Vagrant defined
207
Penalty for vagrancy
208
Causing bodily harm to apprentices or servants lea PART XVII
217
Homicide defined
218
When a child becomes a human being
219
Culpable homicide
220
Procuring death by false evidence
221
Death must be within a year and a
222
Killing by influence on the mind
223
Acceleration of death
224
Presence of prisoner when such evidence is taken
226
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227
Depositions on preliminary inquiry may be read in evidence
228
Proof of previous conviction
229
Accessory after the fact to murder
235
Punishment of manslaughter
236
Aiding and abetting suicide
237
Attempt to commit suicide
238
Neglecting to obtain assistance in childbirth
239
Concealing dead body of child
240
Wounding with intent
241
Wounding
242
Shooting at Her Majestys vesselswounding customs or inland revenue officers
243
Disabling or administering drugs with intent to commit an indict able offence
244
Administering poison so as to endanger life
245
Administering poison with intent to injure
246
Causing bodily injuries by explosives
247
Attempting to cause bodily injuries by explosives
248
Setting springguns and mantraps
249
Intentionally endangering the safety of persons on railways
250
Negligently endangering the safety of persons on railways
251
Negligently causing bodily injury to any person
252
Injuring persons by furious driving
253
Preventing the saving of the life of any person shipwrecked
254
Leaving holes in the ice and excavations unguarded
255
Sending unseaworthy ships to
256
Taking unseaworthy ships to sea PART XX
257
Assault defined
258
Indecent assaults on females
259
Indecent assaults on males
260
Consent of child under fourteen no defence
261
Compensation for loss of property
266
250
267
Nonappearance of accused
272
Sect
274
100
276
Conditions of appeal
280
101
289
Fair reports of proceedings of parliament and courts
290
PART LIX
291
Bail after render
292
Officer to prepare lists of persons under recognizance making default
294
Sale of lands by sheriff under estreated recognizance
295
Giving information
296
PART LX
297
Application of fines c by Order in Council
298
TITLE VIII
299
Sentence of death to be reported to Secretary of State
300
Proceedings for not finding sureties to keep the peace
306
Warrant against witness
318
Public servants refusing to deliver up chattels moneys or books
321
Stealing things deposited in Indian graves
352
hundred dollars
367
Causing death which might have been prevented 226 Causing injury the treatment of which causes death
397
Piracy by the law of nations 128 Piratical acts 129 Piracy with violence 130 Not fighting pirates
400
Criminal breach of trust
401

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