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7 & 8 G. 4. c. 30.
simple larceny, (a) and also to try all accessaries to such larceny. Id. s. 2.
7 & 8 G. 4. General Rule of Interpretation, 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 28. s. 14. See p. 91, ante.
7 & 8 G. 4. Valuable Security.-What shall be considered valuable security under this act. 7&8 Geo. 4. c. 29.
Any tally, order or other security whatsoever entitling or evidencing the title of any person or body corporate to any share or interest in any public stock or fund, whether in Gt. Brit. or Ireland, or of any foreign state, or in any fund of any body corporate, company or society, or to any deposit in any savings bank, or any debenture, deed, bond, bill, note, warrant, order, or other security whatever, for money or for payment of money whatever of this kingdom, or of any foreign state, or any warrant or order for the delivery or tranfer of any goods or valuable thing, shall be included under, and denoted by the words " Valuable Security." 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 29. s. 5. See p. 98, 99.
Punishment of Larceny.
Every person conv. of simple larceny, or of any fel. made punishable like simple larceny, shall (except in cases otherwise provided for,) be (a) For which see below.
liable at the disc. of the Ct. to be Tr. for 7 & 8 G. 4.
7 yrs. or Imp. not ex. 2 and if a male,
to be once, twice, or thrice pub. or priv. W.
Hard Labour or solitary confinement.-Power of
the Ct. to order, in add. to the Impr.
Where a person is conv. of any fel. or misd. 7&8G.4. punishable under this act, for which Impr.
may be awarded, the Ct. may sentence the
Accessaries before the fact. Id. s. 61. See p. 5, ante. s. 61.
Receivers. Id. s. 45. See p.
For the pun. of fel., see Punishment, post. Respecting property stolen in one part of the
U. K. and found in another.
This act (7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29.) does not extend to
(a) What is considered valuable security, see p. 96.
7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29.
property whatsoever, in one part of the U. K. and having the same in possession in another part, the off. may be indict. tried, pun. &c. for larceny or theft, in that part of the U. K. where he shall have the property, in the same manner as if he had actually stolen or taken it in that part. Id. s. 76.
A receiver of property so stolen or taken, may be
Felonies or misd. comm. within the jurisd. of the
Where any fel. or misd. punishable under this act,
Not to affect or alter any act relating to the pub. offices, pub. revenue, or the naval, military, victualling or other pub. stores, (except the acts of the 31 Eliz. and 22 Car. 2. which are repealed,) or the Bank of England, or South Sea Company. id.
Stealing securities for money.
Stealing a tally, order, or other security what
soever, entitling or evidencing the title of any 7 & 8 G.4.
7 & 8 G 4. c. 29.
Robbery.-Stealing from the person.
Robbing another of any chattel, money or valuable security fel. pun. D. Id. s. 6.
Assaulting with intent to rob.
Stealing any such property from another, or assaulting with intent to rob; or with menaces; or by force demanding any such property with intent to steal, fel. pun. at the disc. of the Ct. Tr. for life, or not less than 7 yrs. or Impr. not ex. 4 yrs. If a male, to be once, twice, or thrice pub. or priv. W. (if the Ct. shall think fit,) in add. to Inpr. As to obtaining money or valuable security (b), &c. by threatening to accuse a person of infamous crime.
Accusing or threatening to accuse any one of any
infamous crime (next after mentioned, s. 9.)
Rob. to be ind. and pun. D. Id. s. 7.
The abominable crime of buggery comm. either
(a) For what is a valuable security, see p. 96, ante. (b) To constitute this offence, money or other valuable security must be actually obtained; if threats are used, but no money, &c. obtained, the offence comes under the preceding sect. and is punishable by transportation, &c.