Wilson's Ohio Criminal Code: Annotated with Decisions, Forms and Precedents ... Being Both the Criminal Practice and Procedure in the Ohio Courts, Volume 2

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W. H. Anderson Company, 1918 - Criminal law
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Contents

Manufacture or sale of goods improperly marked sterling or sterling silver
920
False or fictitious bills of lading on watercraft etc
921
False bill of lading on canal boats
922
Warehouseman issuing receipt for goods not received
923
Delivering goods without obtaining receipt
924
Making fraudulent transfers to defeat creditors
925
Making or using false gas meters
926
Fraud in sale of grain seed etc
927
13131 Defrauding innkeepers
928
Fraudulently obtaining money from insurance companies
929
Life insurance official or agent issuing fraudulent policies
930
Soliciting membership in unauthorized fraternal beneficiary associa tion
931
131411 Suppressing facts penalty
932
13144 Sending letters etc to obtain money
933
13145 Practicing astrology fortunetelling clairvoyancy or palmistry
934
owner
935
131491 Penalty
936
Adulteration of materials used in the manufacture of crockery ware
937
Unauthorized use of timber dealers trademark
938
Misrepresentation or fraudulent concealment in speed contest
939
Labeling of binding twine
940
131691 Assignment of name mark or device to another filing and publish ing
941
131692 Refilling registered container without consent of owner unlawful to whom section does not apply
942
131693 Penalties for violations
943
Misrepresentations in advertisement by insurance company
944
Disbursements by domestic life insurance companies
945
Using fraudulent ticket at Chautauqua assemblies etc
946
False quantities or estimates by engineer with intent to defraud penalty 917
947
Unlawfully issuing certificate of deposit etc
948
Certifying check when not sufficient funds
949
False entry in book etc
950
131932 Defining fraudulent advertising
951
section page 13194 Being fount intoxicated
952
Furnishing liquor to a person intoxicated etc
961
Intoxicating liquors shall not be sold in brothels
964
Same near national military home 90j 13204 Such place a nuisance 905
965
1320C Selling intoxicating liquors or keeping house of illfame at certain places prohibited
966
1320S Selling intoxicating liquors near certain meetings
967
Failing to properly brand package of liquor
968
Saloonkeeper publishing notice given him by husband parent etc 909
969
Physician making an unlawful prescription for intoxicating liquor
970
Further punishment of physician so convicted
971
Engaging in liquor business after conviction under preceding section
972
Invalidity of certain provisions shall not affect others
973
132241 Free lunch crackers cheese and pretzels
974
Same when subsequent offense
979
Who shall prosecute for violations
980
SECTION TAGB 13232 Selling liquor thirty days after election prohibiting same in munic ipality
982
Indictments
985
Selling liquor thirty days after findings of mayor or judge in resi dence district 9S6 13235 Same when subsequent offense
986
What allegations arc necessary
987
Subsequent offense 98S 13239 Druggist selling intoxicating liquors contrary to local option law
988
Duties of druggist in relation to intoxicating liquors
989
Common pleas and probate court shall have final jurisdiction
990
Fines and forfeited bonds
992
Lien on real estate for tines and forfeited bonds
993
CHAPTER XVIII
994
biction page 13250 Voting more than once at same election
995
Voting a resident of another state
996
Voting not being twentyone years of age
997
Voting being under conviction of crime
998
Not of legal age
999
Putting a fraudulent ballot in box
1000
Voting ballot other than official
1001
Illegal marking a ballot
1002
Having in possession a ballot illegally obtained
1003
Delaying delivery of ballot
1004
Judges of election knowingly counting fraudulent votes
1005
1328C Judges permitting ballots in box at opening of polls
1006
Judge of election receiving unlawful vote
1007
Judge neglecting to forward notice
1008
Judge or clerk misleading voter
1009
Inducing same
1010
Inducing false registration
1011
Failure of registrar judge etc to appear before election board
1012
Giving bribe
1013
Receiving bribe
1014
Giving bribe at same
1015
Witnesses under next three preceding sectiorls
1016
Voting after objection made
1017
Impersonating another
1018
Refusing to testify
1019
Loitering etc near polls
1020
Destroying certificate of nomination etc
1021
133501 Absent voters ballot penalty for offenses relating thereto
1022
Destroying ballot box ballots or pollbooks
1023
Unlawfully obtaining or attempting to obtain ballot box or ballots
1024
Possession of forged or altered pollbooks etc
1025
Failure of sheriff etc to obey order of judges at election
1026
CHAPTER XIX
1027
Administering poison to domestic animals
1028
Selling diseased animals allowing them at large or with other ani mals
1029
Selling or permitting diseased sheep at large
1030
Failure to comply with instructions of inspector
1031
Transporting a hog with cholera
1032
Failure to properly treat animals penalty disposition of fines
1033
Docking tail of horse or pulling out hairs
1035
Trap shooting with live birds
1036
CHAPTER XX
1037
133831 False statement affecting solvency of banks or value of stocks and bonds penalty
1041
Blackmailing
1042
Sending threatening letters
1045
Threats to abduct wound or kidnap
1046
Profane swearing
1047
Public dance roller skating or like entertainment without permit 104?
1048
Unlawful camping on public highways or adjacent lands
1049
Trading stamps
1050
Unlawfully interfering etc with telegraph or telephonic mes sages
1051
Auctioneer farming out office
1052
Vagrants
1053
Criminal Procedure CHAPTER SECTIONS 1 Jurisdiction 13422 to 13425
1064
Special jurisdiction of justices police judges and mayors
1065
Jurisdiction of probate court
1068
Jurisdiction of the court of common pleas
1069
CHAPTER II
1070
Justice must pay fines into county treasury
1071
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1072
Clerks duties
1073
Jurisdiction and power of constables etc
1074
CHAPTER IV
1076
Information shall not be quashed for error in original examination
1077
Recognizance
1078
1344G Charges to be distinctly read
1079
When jury may be demanded and trial by
1080
How certified
1081
Effect of recognizance
1082
Security for costs and judgment thereon
1083
CHAPTER V
1084
Form of warrant to keep the peace
1085
Arraignment of accused
1086
Hearing discharge or recognizance to keep the peace
1087
Discharge on failure to prosecute
1089
When disturbers of the peace may be committed without process
1090
When convicts required to enter into recognizance
1093
How prisoner discharged
1094
Hearing
1095
When search warrant may be issued
1097
Search warrant and what it shall contain
1099
Form of search warrant
1100
When money or property seized liable for payment of fines etc
1101
CHAPTER VI
1103
When any person may arrest
1106
Who may issue warrants
1108
When a warrant shall issue
1109
Form of affidavit
1110
Form of affidavit in certain cases
1111
When security for costs of prosecution required when not required
1112
What warrant to contain and to whom directed
1113
Form of warrant
1114
Accused may be pursued and arrested in any county
1115
Notice given when member or officer of general assembly arrested
1116
May be committed to jail
1132
Notice to be given by judge or magistrate 3133
1133
Recognizance its conditions etc
1134
Prisoner may be held to answer for a higher crime than charged
1135
Proceedings when prisoner fails to give bail J
1136
Examining court to be held by probate judge when and how
1137
Proceedings when prisoner held to bail
1138
Duty of court when prisoner fail9 to give security
1139
Deposit of recognizance and discharge of prisoner 1140
1140
Return thereof and the writ
1141
Such amount indorsed on warrant by clerk
1142
Delivering up defendant in vacation
1143
Return of recognizance
1144
Forfeited recognizance to be returned to auditor
1145
What shall not defeat an action on recognizance
1146
Forms of recognizance
1147
Forms of commitments
1148
CHAPTER VII
1149
The court shall appoint a foreman
1150
Oath to other grand jurors
1151
Prosecuting attorney and attorneygeneral may have access to grand jury
1152
Court stenographer duties and oath
1153
Appointment of counsel to assist prosecuting attorney
1154
Clerk to issue subpoenas for witnesses
1155
135G5 Proceedings when witness before grand jury refuses to testify 1156
1156
Court may appoint grand juror in case of death etc of one of the panel
1157
The fact that indictment has been found to be kept secret
1158
When name of prosecuting witness indorsed on indictment
1159
Proceedings against prosecuting witness when accused is acquitted
1160
Proceedings when indictments are returned to court
1161
Disposition of person in jail and not indicted
1163
Grand jury finding accused insane
1164
CHAPTER VIII
1165
Where person may be indicted for receiving stolen property
1171
Where certain offenders to be tried and punished
1172
What is variance
1181
What are sufficient allegations in indictment for murder in the second degree and manslaughter
1185
Sufficiency of indictment
1186
Description of instruments in other eases
1187
What are sufficient allegations in an indictment for unlawfully selling liquor
1188
Not necessary to name the person to whom liquor was sold
1189
How an intent to defraud may be alleged
1190
Not necessary to state ownership or value of a will or codicil
1191
How bank bills etc to be described
1192
Warrant on indictment and arrest of accused
1193
Warrant when accused escapes during trial
1194
The warrant for removal and how executed
1195
Where such convict to be confined 1106
1196
Summons and indictments against corporations
1197
CHAPTER IX
1198
Verdict by threefourths of jury
1201
Proceedings when accused is restored to reason
1202
Copy of indictment to be served on accused
1203
Payment of counsel assigned to cases of felony
1204
Accused to have reasonable time to except
1205
Plea in abatement
1210
Demurrer
1213
Accused not discharged when indictment quashed etc
1216
Accused shall be taken to have waived etc
1217
Misnomer
1218
Prosecuting attorney may demur or reply to a plea in abatement
1219
After demurrer accused may plead
1220
Pleas in bar
1221
Plea in bar or abatement to be in writing
1229
Proceedings on plea of not guilty
1230
Witness refusing to enter into recognizance committed to jail
1232
Venue is changed when an impartial trial can not be had
1233
Proceedings on change of venue
1239
Warrant
1240
Recognizance of defendant
1241
CHAPTER X
1242
Venire for additional jurors
1244
Court may order additional names to be drawn
1245
Proceedings when two or more persons are indicted for a capital offense
1246
1304S Copy of panel to be given the accused
1247
Challenge peremptory and for cause
1248
What shall be a lawful jury in other criminal cases
1251
Challenge in cases where no other provision is made
1252
Causes of challenge of jurors
1253
Challenges for cause when made and how tried
1260
Each defendant allowed peremptory challenges 1201
1261
Court may order view of place
1262
Who competent to testify husband and wife 1203
1263
States witness incriminating himself exempt from prosecution
1266
The defendant may testify
1267
Subpoenas for witnesses to issue to any county
1270
Subpoena may issue to keeper of prison to produce witness
1271
Keeper to take witness before court
1272
1366S1 When defendant may be taken to place of taking deposition expenses
1274
llow examination shall be conducted etc
1275
Proof necessary in case of seduction or sexual intercourse with pupil
1276
Proof in case of treason
1277
Order of proceedings on trial
1278
When accused may be tried in his absence
1308
Separate trial on joint indictments
1310
Mistake discovered in charging proper offense
1311
Acquittal because of insanity
1312
Bill of exceptions by defendant in criminal trial
1313
136S1 Exceptions by prosecuting attorney or attorneygeneral
1321
Proceedings upon the exceptions of prosecuting attorney or attorney general
1322
Duty of the supreme court
1323
Effect of the decision of the supreme court
1324
Persons indicted and held to bail when to be discharged
1326
CHAPTER XI
1328
For what cause court may discharge a jury
1331
Jury may be polled
1333
Jury to ascertain the value of the property stolen
1334
Of what degree defendant may be found guilty
1335
When jury to acquit on indictment for carrying concealed weapons
1345
What the court shall ask the convict
1346
When court to pronounce judgment
1347
Testimony after verdict or confession to mitigate penalty
1353
Duties of clerk when term of convict is not fixed
1355
Same 1357
1357
When writ not allowed
1358
Imprisonment recapture
1359
Fugitive from reformatory or boys industrial school
1360
Duty of clerk
1361
Probation officers appointed
1362
How convict to be confined in jail
1363
Execution for fine and costs against property and body of offender
1365
Execution for same to sheriff of other county
1366
Sheriff may demand assistance during conveyance of convict
1367
Costs on execution of sentence for felony
1368
Warden shall certify correctness of costbill etc
1369
Provisions governing time fee of executioner
1370
Who may attend execution and death penalty
1371
When accused escapes he may be rearrested and executed
1372
When convict restored governor to order execution
1373
When convict no longer pregnant governor to order execution
1374
Power of court etc exceptions
1375
CHAPTER XII
1377
When application to be made
1393
What causes for new trial must be sustained by affidavits
1394
When a motion in arrest of judgment may be granted
1396
When it may not be made
1398
Judgment and final orders in criminal cases reviewed supreme court not to determine weight of evidence exception
1399
Transcript to be furnished n demand and tender of fees
1409
Proceedings to review to be by petition in error
1410
Summons in error to issue and how served
1411
What judgment may be rendered therein
1414
Shall not be filed in the supreme court except on leave
1429
Suspension of sentence in criminal cases when defendant admitted to bail
1430
Defendant committed to penitentiary pending decision of petition in error etc
1431
No suspension in misdemeanors unless convict enters into recogni zance
1432
When sentence is reversed and defendant in penitentiary
1433
When warden shall discharge accused
1434
When state may prosecute error
1435
Criminal Evidence
1437
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