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Pol. Page. Laws of 1845. Chap. 260. Abortion,

V, 145 1846. Chap. 22. Amending same,..

V, 146 1848. Chap. 105. Abduction,.

V, 147 Chap. 111. Seduction,

V, 147 1854. Chap. 74. Assaults with dangerous Weapons,... V, 148 1862. Chap. 197. Degrees of Murder,...

V, 148 2. Against Property, .

V, 150 1833. Chap. 260. Forgery of Foreign Bank Notes,. V, 150 1834. Chap. 281. Force on Public Property,.....

V, 150 1851. Chap. 144. False Pretences,

V, 151 1855. Chap. 155. Transfer of Stock and Bonds,.

V, 151 1860. Chap. 103. Frauds in sale of Tickets,.

V, 152 3. Other offences,.

V, 156 1849. Chap. 278. Slung Shot,.

V, 156 1851. Chap. 182. Earth from City Lots,.

V, 157 1852. Chap. 165. Trials for Libel,..

V, 157 1853. Chap. 539. Bribery,

V, 158 1854. Chap. 130. Libeling by Reporters,.

V, 160 1859. Chap. 37. Prize Fighting,.

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CHAP. II. Proceedings in Criminal Cases,.

1. Prevention,
Laws of 1845. Chap. 69. Preservation of Order,.

1862. Chap. 374. Attempts at Crime,
2. Arrest and Bail,

1839. Chap. 350. Fugitives from Justice,
1840. Chap. 243. Powers of Recorders,..
1846. Chap. 147. Apprehension of Criminals,.
1847. Chap. 338. Warrant by District Attorney,...

1855. Chap. 199. Care of Stolen Property,.
3. Indictment,

1851. Chap. 415. In case of Nuisances,.

1862. Chap. 151. Joint Stock Associations, 4. Trial,....

1846. Chap. 5. Trial of Convicts,..

Chap. 59. Payment of Witnesses, 1847. Chap.

4. Amending Act of 1846,. 1858. Chap. 332. Challenge to Jurors,..

1860. Chap. 135. Minutes of Trials,
5. Judgment and Execution,...

1835. Chap. 258. Public Executions,
1846. Chap. 118. Confinement of Convicts,

1859. Chap. 462. Power of Circuit Courts,
6. Review,..

1829. Chap. 65. Certiorari,

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Laws of 1847. Chap. 12. Certiorari,

1852. Chap. 82. Writs of Error,
1855. Chap. 337. Appeals,

1859. Chap. 339. 7. Coroner's Inquests,..

1842. Chap. 155. As to Property of Deceased,.

1847. Chap. 118. Coroner's Juries,.. 8. Fees and Costs,

1835. Chap. 265. Costs at General Sessions,.

Chap. 287. Taxation of Costs, i
1837. Chap. 125. Amending same,..
1839. Chap. 375. Fees of District Attorneys,
1853. Chap. 195. Expenses of Trials,.
1859. Chap. 254. Transportation of Prisoners,

Chap. 496. Pay of Justices at Sessions,
1860. Chap. 136. Fees of Jurors,
1862. Chap. 372. Fees of Justices,..

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CHAP. III. Jails and State Prisons,

V, 186 1. County Jails,....

... V, 186 Laws of 1849. Chap. 331. Amending Act of 1847,.

V, 186 1851. Chap. 21. Jail Liberties,

V, 187 2. State Prisons,...

V, 187 1846. Chap. 163. Prison Association of N. Y.,..

V, 187 Chap. 324. Clinton Prison,

V, 188 1847. Chap. 497. Transportation of Convicts,

V, 189 1849. Chap. 123. The same,

V, 190 Chap. 132. Transfer of Convicts,

V, 191 Chap. 133. Administering Oaths,

V, 191 Chap. 141. Sing Sing Prison,..

V, 192 1854. Chap. 240. Amending Sundry Acts,

V, 192 1855. Chap. 334. Working in stone at Sing Sing,... V, 197

Chap. 552. Sundry amendments as to State Prisons, V, 198 1856. Chap. 158. Local Penitentiaries,...

V, 200 1857. Chap. 94. Sundry amendments as to State Prisons, V, 201 1860. Chap. 283. Annual Reports, ..

V, 202 Chap. 399. Sundry amendments as to State Prisons, V, 202 Chap. 458. Pay of Assistant Matrons,..

V, 203 1862. Chap. 403. Physicians of the Prisons,..

V, 203 Chap. 417. Sundry amendments as to State Prisons, V, 204

CHAP. IV. Juvenile Asylums,
Laws of 1824. Chap. 126. Organizing one in New York,

1826. Chap. 24. Amending same,.
1829. Chap. 302. Creating a fund for,.
1830. Chap. 181. Persons to be sent to,..

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Laws of 1831. Chap. 186. As to funds for,

1839. Chap. 13. The same,
1846. Chap. 143. One in Western New York,
1850. Chap. 24. Persons to be sent to,
1851. Chap. 332. Another one in New York,..
1852. Chap. 387. Western New York,....
1853. Chap. 608. United States Convicts,.
1856. Chap. 123. Buffalo Asylum,
1857. Chap. 759. Amending same,
1858. Chap. 43. New York Asylum,

1861. Chap. 306. Western New York, .
CHAP. V. Insane Criminals, ..
Laws of 1855. Chap. 456. Provision for,..

1857. Chap. 144. Fuudfor, ....
1858. Chap. 130. State Asylum for,..

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CHAP. VI. Provisions as to Criminal Courts,
Laws of 1851. Chap. 444, Courts of Sessions,

1854. Chap. 73. Oyer and Terminer,
1857. Chap. 769. Special Sessions,
1859. Chap. 208. Terms Extended,
1861. Chap. 96. Transfer of Cases,

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CHAP. VII. Pardons,

Laws of 1849. Chap. 310. Notice to be given,

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CHAP. VIII. Criminal Statistics,..
Laws of 1835. Chap. 259. Statements by Courts,.

1841. Chap. 274. Allowance for same,.
1861. Chap. 97. Reports to be made,

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CHAP. IX. Foreign Convicts,

Laws of 1833. Chap. 230. Introduction Prohibited,

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INTRODUCTION TO THE CODE OF PROCEDURE.

For the convenience of the profession, the Editor precedes the Code with a memorandum of the alterations which have, from time to time, been made in it, and with an analysis, taken from the legislative publication of 1851, adapted to the Code as it existed in 1862.

The Code of Procedure was first enacted in 1848, and was re-enacted and much enlarged in 1849. In the thirteen years which have elapsed since then, many emendations and alterations have been made, and that not by independent enactments, but by declaring that a particular section shall read thus and so, or that certain words shall be added to or stricken from the act. This renders the task of preparing the Code, as it is now the law, one of some perplexity, and it may well be that the Editor has not succeeded in giving it correctly. To enable such errors to be more easily detected, he adds a reference to the amendatory acts and a schedule of the various sections affected by the amendments.

Laws of 1851, Chap. 2, repealed $ 49.

Laws of 1851, Chap. 479, amended SS 11, 13, 14, 16, 24, 30, 31, 53, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 64, 68, 74, 99, 100, 101, 111, 113, 114, 116, 122, 126, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 142, 149, 152, 153, 156, 157, 158, 162, 172, 173, 174, 179, 188, 193, 231, 244, 246, 252, 255, 258, 259, 263, 264, 265, 268, 269, 272, 273, 278, 281, 282, 284, 287, 291, 292, 297, 298, 302, 306, 307, 317, 339, 348, 349, 353, 354, 366, 371, 384, 385, 397, 399, 459, 460, 470 ; and directed the Secretary of State to cause the Code to be published as amended, and it will be found, as thus amended, in the Session Laws of 1851, with an analysis, which is used in this publication.

Laws of 1852, Chap. 392, amended SS 11, 13, 30, 33, 64, 101, 116, 140, 149, 150, 153, 167, 168, 173, 244, 245, 252, 253, 255, 264, 265, 268, 272, 274, 278, 281, 287, 307, 317, 348, 349, 353, 354, 359, 360, 367, 397, 401, 460, 470, 471.

Laws of 1853, Chap. 529, extended § 28 to the Court of Common Pleas, the Superior Court and the Marine Court in the city of New York.

Laws of 1854, Chap. 270, allowed appeals under the Code, in “Special Proceedings" under the Revised Statutes.

Laws of 1855, Chap. 44, amended § 153.

Laws of 1855, Chap. 202, extended the Code to actions on forfeited recognizances.

Laws of 1857, Chap. 353, amended $ 399. Laws of 1857, Chap. 723, amended &S 11, 114, 132, 153, 227, 229, 241, 244, 265, 272, 300, 307, 308, 309, 311, 315, 331, 333, 352, 354, 362, 369.

It is section 19 of this act which amended $ 333 of the Code, and section 20 enacted, “The provisions of the last preceding section shall apply to any judgment therein mentioned that has been heretofore rendered and upon which an appeal has been brought and is now pending, or upon which an appeal shall hereafter be brought. When the return has already been filed with the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, such statement shall be filed with him and be deemed a part of such return."

Laws of 1858, Chap. 306, amended $$ 13, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 132, 135, 204, 246, 256, 284, 292, 307, 309, 328, 331, 344, 354, 399, 401, 460, 244.

Laws of 1859, Chap. 428 amended $S 134, 172, 237, 256, 272, 292, 307, 309, 399, 401, 335, 348, 412, 13.

Laws of 1860, Chap. 131, § 1 amended § 53 of the Code, added as independent enactments sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 13, which will be found in this compilation immediately following the Code, and by section 9, made &$ 214, 215, 216 of the Code applicable to proceedings under that act.

Laws of 1860, Chap. 459 amended SS 30, 62, 64, 135, 153, 267, 229, 256, 268, 272, 344, 399.

Laws of 1861, Chap. 158 amended § 53 of the Code, but enacted that such amendment should not affect Chap. 131 of the Laws of 1860.

Laws of 1862, Chap. 460, amended SS 11, 24, 13, 53, 46, 121, 132, 183, 240, 241, 244, 273, 274, 287, 288, 298, 304, 307, 308, 309, 311, 318, 339, 352, 360, 364, 366, 371, 399, 401, 471, 111, 230, 330, 335, 348.

This act contained three sections, 28, 29, 30, which followed § 371 of the Code as amended, and are to be found in this compilation immediately after the Code.

Section 39 of this act repealed § 37 of Art. 2 of Title 2 of Chap. 1 of the Revised Statutes in relation to the jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery.

Laws of 1862, Chap. 484, extended SS 206 to 217 of the Code to the Marine and District Courts in the city of New York.

The delays which have attended the publication of this work have' enabled the Editor to add to it the amendinents made to the Code in 1863.

Laws of 1863, Chap. 372, § 4, extended the provisions of Chapter two of Title nine of Part two of the Code, to judgments obtained against stockholders of certain corporations.

Laws of 1863, Chap. 392, amended SS 13, 104, 116, 154, 167, 179, 256, 273, 292, 294, 298, 307, 328, 335, 352, 355, 364, 371, 395, 399, 471. These amendments are not incorporated in the different sections, as are the amendments of the prior years, because this publication professes to be of the laws as they existed in 1862. The act of 1863 is published in full.

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