Wilson's Ohio Criminal Code: Annotated with Decisions, Forms and Precedents ... Being Both the Criminal Practice and Procedure in the Ohio Courts, Volume 1

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W.H. Anderson, 1918 - Criminal law
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Contents

Pardon of convict when death is imminent
7
Violations of conditions of pardon
8
Proceedings when conditional pardon requires confinement in peni tentiary
9
Reprieves
10
Hearing 1093
11
Fugitives from JusticeExtraditionFederal Extradition Laws SECTION PAGE 109 Demand for fugitive from justice
13
to issue etc 1248
14
Demand shall lie aeeorapanied by statement of prosecuting attorney
15
Warrant for arrest wtlen demand is granted
16
Costs how paid
17
Governor must be satisfied by evidence of good faith
18
Evidence on the hearing
20
Surrender of the fugitive
21
Continuance of prmreions limited
22
Fugitives from justice of a state or territory
23
CHAPTER IV
31
Penalty for violation of law by transportation agents
32
CHAPTER V
33
Giving rebate or concession
34
61465 Penalty
35
SECTION PAGB
36
SECTION PAGE 13157 Fraudulently placing such trade mark on the property of another 938
38
Misrepresentation or fraudulent concealment in speed contest I30 13162 Unlawful obtaining of registry or transfer in a herd book
39
Wearing insignia of civic or religious society
40
SECTION IAGE
41
131692 Refilling registered container without consent of owner unlawful to whom section does not apply
42
131693 Penalties for violations
43
CHAPTER IX
44
Disbursements by domestic life insurance companies
45
Using fraudulent ticket at Chautauqua assemblies etc
46
Falsely branding cask of illuminating oil 946
47
CHAPTER XL
50
BECTIOW TACS 13688 Conduct of jury after case submitted 1328
51
Subsequent offense 988
53
CHAPTER XII
55
SECTION PAOE
61
CHAPTER XIV
74
SECTION PAGE
77
CHAPTER XVII
85
State Board of Health
89
Repealed 1030
91
Receiving money when bank insolvent 947
94
CHAPTER XX
97
SECTION FAUK
100
SECTION PAGE 13434 Jurors 1073
102
SECTION PAGE 13564 Oath of witness and certificate thereof 1155
103
Failure to comply with instructions of inspector 1031
112
SECTION IAGE
119
CHAPTER XXII
129
SECTION PAGE
131
In what case recognizance required 1357
133
Transcript to be furnished on demand and tender of fees 1409
136
Exceptions thereto 1360
142
CHAPTER XXIV
158
CHAPTER XXV
160
Duty of board of commissioners
161
Rental of land
162
Disposition of insane convict after expiration of sentence
163
Expenses for clothing
164
CHAPTER XXVI
165
Admission of convicts to school
166
Record officer appointment and duties
167
Paroled inmates may be retaken 108
168
CHAPTER XXVIII
185
System of credits
191
CHAPTER XXX
199
SECTION PAGE
200
CHAPTER XXXI
218
SECTION PAGE 2229 Convicts shall be employed
225
Disposition of products
226
Prison labor only to be used
227
22352 Detail prisoners upon requisition of board guards transportation of same
228
Duty of county commissioners
229
County commissioners may employ superintendents etc
230
Duty of commissioner of labor statistics in relation to such employ ment
231
CHAPTER XXXII
233
Penalty
234
Transfer of deed before record
235
CHAPTER XXXIII
237
Bond
238
Prosecuting attorney shall be removed for neglect or misconduct
239
SECTION PAGE
240
Copy of indictment to be served on accused 1203
243
Demurrer 1213
250
CHAPTER XXXIV
255
phvpHan report of sheriff 201
262
CHAPTER XXXVI
264
Infants may be confined after conviction
265
Director in municipalities may receive children
266
What record of commitment shall contain
267
Repealed
268
Sheriff to notify prosecuting attorney in such case
269
Commitment how far examinable
270
Action against director
271
Council by ordinance shall make provisions therefor
272
Labor of prisoners sentenced to workhouse their discharge
273
Cumulative sentence
274
Prompt commitment fees
275
Parole of inmates
276
Officers to have police powers i
277
City or district workhouse may receive persons sentenced from other counties
278
Commissioners of counties may unite in erecting a workhouse submit ted to electors
279
SECTION PAGE 4145 Certificate of estimates to commissioners
280
How cost of maintenance provided
281
Who may be sentenced to such workhouse
282
Religious services in prison or workhouses
283
CHAPTER XXXVII
284
422712 Provisions do not apply to municipality adopting charter
285
CHAPTER XXXVIII
286
Final jurisdiction of certain state cases
287
Clerk of mayors court not to be concerned in prosecution or defense
289
In certain state cases accused may be recognized
290
Jurisdiction when jury is waived
291
When misdemeanor may be tried by jury
292
Appointment of police justice powers and duties
293
Police court
294
Duties fees office seal
295
Ordinances as to juries qualifications of jurors
296
Fees of officers
297
How fine and forfeitures recovered
298
Imprisonment where to be made 289
299
CHAPTER XXXIX
300
Compensation of acting police judge
301
Procedure and rules
302
In what name prosecutions brought and conducted
303
Witnesses fees
304
When on charge of misdemeanor proof shows felony
305
Probation officers
306
CHAPTER XL
307
Accused not discharged when indictment quashed etc 1216
308
CHAPTER XLI
310
SECTION PAGE
324
517529d Secretary of state shall designate size of paper and type and
330
CHAPTER XLIII
337
SECTION pAGE
338
SECTION PAGE
340
5805 U Inspection fee
360
Recognizances under foregoing sections 1095
362
817ft When private residence may be searched
366
SECTION PAGE
369
CHAPTER LI
376
Commissioner of Securities
381
Weights and Measures
392
Arrest of certain persona on view 38
396
CHAPTER LXII
403
CHAPTER LXIII
405
Accused may be pursued and arrested in any county 1115
408
Recognizance when case adjourned 1117
410
Pleas in bar 1221
416
Warrant 1240
421
Xo person to be sent out of state
424
How convict to be confined in jail 1363
425
PART IIOHIO PENAL CODE Title I Felonies and Misdemeanors CHAPTER SECTIONS 1 General Provisions 12368 to 12391
429
CHAPTER I
431
SECTION fAGB 123fiS Words in part fourth
432
13350 Definition of anything of value
433
Definition of imprisoned
434
Definition of whoever
435
Felonies and misdemennors defined 43R 12373 Value of written instrument or evidence of deht
437
Sentence and execution of penitentiary convicts
438
1237ft Svntence to hard labor in county jail 43
439
Fines paid into county treasury
440
Sufficiency of indictment 1186
478
SECTION PAGE 12419 Mayhem
500
SECTION lAOE
502
Assault with intent to kill or commit rape or robbery
505
Unlawful sal of certain kinds of wool 920
506
Pointing and discharging firearms
508
Assault and battery and menacing threats 610
510
Kidnapping
512
Abducting inmates from Btate institutions
513
Torturing or unlawfully punishing another 614
514
Abandonment of destitute infirm or aged parent 615
515
Bond in such case 516
516
CHAPTER IV
519
b3ction pace 12433 Arson
520
Burning property with intent to prejudice insurer
524
Burning personal property 625
525
Maliciously setting fire to woods prairies etc
526
Burglary and other breaking
527
SECTION PAGE 13194 Being found intoxicated 952
528
Burglary in an uninhabited dwelling or other building
529
Furnishing liquor to a person intoxicated etc 981
534
Having possession of burglars tools
535
Forcing entrance into safe vault or depository box
536
Entering a house by night or day and attempting to commit felony 637
537
Breaking into house etc in the night season and committing or at tempting to commit personal violence
538
Committing like offense in day time
539
Entering premises to disturb bees or carry away poultry etc
540
Larceny
541
Return thereof and the writ 1141
542
Proceedings when party recognized fails to appear 1144
550
Horse or motor whicle stealing or concealing the same
551
Pocket picking
553
Receiving stolen property etc
555
Stealing destroying or secreting a will
558
Stealing illuminating gas or making device for such purpose 659
559
Such resort is a nuisance
560
Buying timber unlawfully cut
561
Using thniber unlawfully cut
562
Stealing water from the state
563
SECTION TAOE
564
Fraud in sale of grain seed etc 927
573
False statement by medical examiner of insurance company 928
576
131411 Suppressing facts penalty 932
579
131491 Penalty 936
584
Altering detaching or removing number or name on bicycle etc
596
Repealed
597
Trespassing at state pleasure resorts
598
Hunting or trapping on lands etc of another without permission
599
Trespassing upon lands bordering on fishponds etc for purposes of catching fish
600
Who to be complainant
601
trespassing on ground of Chautauqua assemblies
602
CHAPTER V
603
8ECTI0N PAGE 12533 Use and possession of dynamite
604
Receptacle which contains or has contained nitroglycerine
605
Manufacturing or storing explosives restricted
606
Explosives to be placarded when
607
Drawing or driving vehicle on railroad track
608
Ten hours trespass is an additional offense
609
Violation by engineer of certain duties at or nenr crossings
610
Penalty for running passenger trains with less than full crew 61 i
611
SECTION riuls
612
Certifying check when not sufficient funds 041
623
SECTION PAOB
626
CHAPTER VI
647
SECTION PACE
662
SECTION PAOB 12727 Impure or unhealthy milk
679
Placards to be displayed by dealers
681
Unhealthy dyes in oleomargarine
682
Notice to guest or patron of hotel etc
683
Posting of placard iit place of business
684
12742 Selling or offering imitation or substitute without proper brands and placard
685
Skimmed cheese
686
Label of Ohio standard cheese penalty
687
Fraudulent shipments of dairy products
688
Improper use of words butter etc
689
Manufacturing or selling renovated butter or process butter
690
penalty
692
Selling adulterated and misbranded food or drug
693
Additional penalty
695
Manufacture and sale of adulterated candy samples
696
Package must bear label of packer
697
Same a nuisance 898
698
1277L Improper use of word wine
699
Vinegar
700
Unlabeled canned fruits and vegetables
701
SECTION PAGE
702
CHAPTER VII
710
Not necessary to name the person to whom liquor was sold 1189
712
Warrant when accused escapes during trial 1194
713
SECTION PAGE 13463 Complaint to keep the peace 1084
715
SECTION TARE
720
SECTION PAGE
724
Failure of registrar judge etc to appear before election board 1012
729
Same 1013
731
SECTION PAGE 128561 Penalty for depriving accused persons of counsel
751
Resisting or abusing an officer
752
Falsely personating another
754
12S60 Impersonating an officer
755
Assignment of claim or debt for collection by attachment outside of state unlawful
757
12S05 Rights of attachment debtor under such claims
758
Unlocking or opening jury wheel
760
Same
761
CHAPTER IX
762
SECTION PAGE 12873 Embezzlement of public money deposit with bank
763
Physician njaking an unlawful prescription for intoxicating liquor 970
764
424
766
12S74 Fine is a judgment against whole estate
767
Embezzlement of public property fraudulent conversion
770
Embezzlement of negotiable instrument before delivery
771
Embezzlement by municipal and school officers
772
Selling public property with intent to defraud
773
Member of board of education accepting compensation
774
County auditor failing to make settlement
775
Repealed
777
Same when subsequent offense 979
778
Violation of Personal Rights
794
Sending threatening letters 1045
796
CHAPTER XL
803
425
807
SECTION PAGE
812
SECTION PAGE 13250 Voting more than once at same election 995
828
CHAPTER XII
834
SECTION PAGE 13035 Disposing of exhibiting advertising etc obscene literature or drugs for criminal purposes
850
Sending obscene literature by mail
851
Printing or posting immoral pictures
852
Exhibiting lewd pictures etc in saloon
853
CHAPTER XIII
855
Barbering on Sunday
858
Shows exhibitions resorts baseball in forenoon and sale of spiritu ous liquors prohibited on Sunday penalty
859
Meaning of word place
862
Having hunting implements on Sunday
863
CHAPTER XIV
864
Permitting gambling upon device for gain in house etc
866
Playing games in public places
867
Betting on election
868
Limitation
869
Promoting schemes of chance
870
Common gambler
871
Advertising lotteries
872
Venue
873
Contracts void
874
Each day additional offense when
875
Further prohibitions nonresidents
876
Who may be a principal offender
877
Margins
878
Special charge to grand jury
879
CHAPTER XV
880
Fraudulent use of facsimile signature of governor
890
Restoring canceled checks etc
891
Altering public documents
892
Forging inspectors brand
893
Having brand label etc in possession to use fraudulently
894
Gilding current coin
896
Counterfeiting issues of the United States
897
Issuing notes resembling bank notes
898
Engraving or keeping plate for counterfeiting or altering bank bills
899
Possessing or disposing of counterfeit coin or fictitious notes
900
Attempting to pass counterfeit coin or bank notes
903
Counterfeiting label or trademark of labor union
904
Making or using etc fraudulent or counterfeit ticket to Chautauqua assemblies
905
SECTION PAGE 13104 Obtaining property or signature by false pretense
907
131051 False statements penalty
916

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