The Criminal Code of Canada and the Canada Evidence Act, 1893, with an Extra Appendix Containing the Extradition Act, the Extradition Convention with the United States, the Fugitive Offenders' Act, and the House of Commons Debates on the Code

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PART XIX
lxxx
THE CANADA EVIDENCE ACT 1893
lxxxviii
FIRST DIVISION CRIMINAL OFFENCES
1
PART II
8
Not fighting pirates Forms of indiclment under Tille
11
Ignorance of the
14
Arrest by peace oflicer in case of certain offences
22
Accessories after the fact to treason
46
75 76
49
Assertion of right to house or land
54
PART VI
58
Obedience to de facto
60
Enticing militiamen or members of the NorthWest mounted police
75
OFFENCES AGAINST THE ADMINISTRATION OF LAW AND JUSTICE PART IX
79
Punishment of unlawful assembly
81
Unlawful drilling
87
Challenging to light a prizefight
94
Causing dangerous explosions
99
Doing anything or possessing explosive substances with intent to cause dangerous explosions
100
Unlawfully making or possessing explosive substances
101
Offences against religion morals and public convenience
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 any town or city
111
Exception as to soldiers
112
Refusing to deliver offensive weapons to a justice
113
Coming armed within one mile of public meeting
114
Lying in wait for persons returning from public
115
Sale of arms in the NorthWest Territories
116
Possessing weapons near public works
117
118 Sale c of liquors near public works
118
Intoxicating liquors on board Her Majestys ships
119
Playing or looking on in gaminghouse
121
Penalty for vagrancy
127
Offences against the person and reputation
133
Other consequences of conviction for any such offence
134
Breach of trust by public officer
135
Corrupt practices in municipal affairs
136
Selling office appointment
138
Disobedience to orders of court
139
Neglect of peace officer to suppress riot
140
Neglect to aid peace officer in suppressing riot
141
Neglect to aid peace officer in arresting offenders
142
Misconduct of officers entrusted with execution of writs
143
Obstructing public or peace oflicer in the execution of his duty
144
PART X
145
Punishment of perjury
146
Perjury is false evidence in a judicial proceeding Illustrations Oaths and affirmations Proof of perjury 147 False oaths
147
Acceleration of death
148
False statement wilful omission in affidavit
149
150 False statements
150
Fabricating evidence
151
Conspiring to bring false accusations
152
Administering oaths without authority
153
Punishment of murder
158
Application
164
BODILY INJURIES AND ACTS AND OMISSIONS CAUSING DANGER TO THE PERSON Sect PAGE 241 Wounding with intent
168
Wounding
169
Administering poison so as to endanger life 246 Administering poison with intent to injure 247 Causing bodily injuries by explosives 248 Attemptin...
171
Intentionally endangering the safety of persons on railways 251 Negligently endangering the safety of persons on railways
172
Negligently causing bodily injury to any person 253 Injuring persons by furious driving 254 Preventing the saving of the life of any person shipwre...
173
PART xx
174
Incest
176
Assault defined 259 Indecent assault on females 260 Indecent assault on males 261 Consent of child under fourteen no defence 262 Assaults causing ...
177
Kidnapping
178
Seduction under promise of marriage
182
PART XXI
185
WITNESSES
186
653
187
Attempt to commit rape
189
Attempt to commit such offence
190
Comments and authorities
191
Miscarriage abortion premature labor
192
Means of procuring aborlion 193
193
Proof 194
194
Bannen R V 11 C K 295 2 Birmingham R v 8 B C 29
199
Duty of head of family to provide necessaries
210
Feigned marriages
215
Stealing children under fourteen
221
722
232
Answer to inquiries
235
Barton R v 3 Cox C C 275 11 2nd Aug 1880 622
237
654
242
Abrahams R v 24 L C J 325 318 Anon 2 Barn 138
247
V
249
SECT
259
Extortion by defamatory libel
261
508
266
Abrahams Wells v L R 7 Q
275
False statement by public officer
296
Punishment of defamatory libel known to be false 240
302
Stealing mailable matter other than post letters
304
Stealing from the person
310
303
322
Obtaining execution of valuable security by false pretense
324
Destroying or falsifying books with intent to defraud creditors
327
Unlawfully applying marks to public stores
333
9 Night Nightlime
340
Stopping the mail
348
Definition of dwellinghouse c
355
Uttering false certificates
412
Making false entries in books relating to public funds 441 Clerks issuing false dividend warrants
413
Words or marks on watch cases
415
Selling goods falsely markeddefence
416
Falsely representing that goods are manufactured for Her Majesty c
417
Defence where person charged innocently in the ordinary course of business makes instruments for forging trade marks
419
PART XXXIV
420
Acknowledging instrument in false name
421
PART XXXV
422
When offence completed
423
Comments and authorilies
424
Manufacture of copper coin and importation of uncurrent copper coin
425
Enforcing penally
426
Ultering defaced coin
432
Threats to burn
438
353
446
Injuries to buildings by tenants
449
513 Keeping cockpit
455
Intimidation
461
Forms of indictment under Title VI
467
Mischief to mines
498
136
499
CORPORATIONS
502
TITLE VII
508
19 L
509
PART VII
512
Disclosing oflicial secrets
516
Parent or guardian procuring defilement of girl
518
Magisterial jurisdiction
531
Copy of depositions
536
Execution of warrant
537
Sending unsea worthy ships to
546
PART XLV
549
Evidence for the defence
559
Witness refusing to be bound over
563
PART XLVI
579
Indictment for high treason or treasonable offence
585
Objections to an indictment
591
Ady R v 7 C P 140 323 59 46 L J M C 145 150 336
592
Second accusation
598
SECT
601
Algernon Sidneys Case 9 How Atkinson R 1 7 C P 669 384
607
Coroners inquisition
608
Indictment after removal
614
Bauld R v 13 Cox 282 462 Blick R v 14 C P 377 307
616
Mixed juries in Manitoba
625
Right to cause jurors to stand aside in case of libel
631
Deposition of sick witness may be read in evidence
637
234
642
Other evidence that place is a common gaminghouse
645
Evidence of stealing ores or minerals
648
Variance and amendment
654
109
656
Special provisions in the case of treason
658
Judgment not to be arrested for formal defects
660
Appeal in criminal cases
669
Further detention of person accused
673
Rem ission to bail
679
790
687
TRIAL OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS FOR INDICTABLE OFFENCES
692
PART LVII
699
PART LVIII
703
Time within which proceedings shall be commenced in certain
704
Adjournment
709
Order as to collection of costs
715
Certiorari not to lie when appeal is taken
720
Returns respecting convictions and moneys received
726
Application for a new trial
747
111
748
PART LIX
752
FINES AND FORFEITURES
759
PROCEEDINGS AFTER CONVICTION
760
SURETIES FOR KEEPING THE PEACE AND FINES Sect PAGE 958 Persons convicted may be fined and bound over to keep the peace
766
Proceedings for not finding sureties to keep the peace
767
PART LXVII
768
Comments and authorities
769
Undergoing sentence equivalent to a pardon
770
Royal prerogative 971 Conditional release of first offenders in certain cases 972 Conditions of release
771
Interpretation Forms under Tille VIII from Schedule One 772
772
TITLE IX
776
SCHEDULE TWO to the CRIMINAL CODE
777
Interest or crime no
778
Evidence of child
785
Ertrajudicial oaths
786
213
788
Proce
789
APPENDIX Acts and parts of Acts which are not affected by this Act 790
790
EXTRA APPENDIX
806
Almon Miller Woodfall R v
858
PIRACY
872
127 Piracy by the law of nations Comments and authorities
877
THE EXTRADITION
895
THE FUGITIVE OFFENDERS ACT 1 Short title
909
RETURN OF FUGITIVE 4 Apprehension and return of fugitive offenders
910
Proceedings on fugitives apprehension
911
A fugitive undergoing sentence for another offence
912
Endorsement on warrant 15 Manner of return of fugitive
913
GENERAL INDEX
915
Piratical acts
916
554
917
154 Corrupting Juries and Witnesses Embracery
932
Compounding penal actions 156 Corruptly taking a reward for helping to recover stolen property without using diligence to bring offender to trial 1...
933
Special pleas
939
Injuries to other animals
954
552 Arrest without warrant
956
Piracy with violence
959

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