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age, for the purpose of selling or trafficking in such cask, keg, bottle, vessel, siphon, can, case, or other package, or refilling such cask, keg, bottle, vessel, siphon, can, case, or other package, with intent to defraud the owner thereof, without the consent of the owner, or unless the same shall have been purchased from the owner, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1899-87.
355. Every person who defaces or obliterates the marks upon wrecked property, or in any manner disguises the appearance thereof, with intent to prevent the owner from discovering its identity, or who destroys or suppresses any invoice, bill of lading, or other document tending to show the ownership, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
356. Every person who cuts out, alters, or defaces any mark made upon any log, lumber, or wood, or puts a false mark thereon with intent to prevent the owner from discovering its identity, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
357. Every person who marks or brands, alters, or defaces the mark or brand of any horse, mare, colt, jack, jennet, mule, bull, ox, steer, cow, or calf belonging to another, with intent thereby to steal the same, or to prevent identification thereof by the true owner, is punishable by imprisonment in the state's prison for not less than one nor more than five years. 1901-329.
3571/2 Every person who marks or brands, alters or defaces the mark or brand of any sheep, goat, hog, shoat, or pig belonging to another, with intent thereby to steal the same, or to prevent identification thereof by the true owner, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1901-327.
358. Every member of a special partnership who commits any fraud in the affairs of the partnership, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
359. Every person authorized to solemnize marriage, who willfully and knowingly solemnizes any incestuous or other marriage forbidden by law, is punishable by fine of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail not less than three months nor more than one year, or by both.
360. Every person authorized to solemnize any marriage, who solemnizes such marriage without first being presented with the marriage license, as required by section seventy-two of the Civil Code of this state, or who willfully makes a false return of any marriage or pretended marriage to the recorder; or who, having solemnized a marriage, fails for more than thirty days, to file with such recorder the marriage license with the certificate indorsed thereon, as required by sections seventy-three and seventy-four of the Civil Code of this state; and every person who willfully makes a false record of any marriage return, is punishable as provided in the preceding section. 1905-669.
361. Every person guilty of any harsh, cruel, or unkind treatment of, or any neglect of duty towards, any idiot, lunatic, or insane person, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
362. Every officer or person to whom a writ of habeas corpus may be directed, who, after service thereof, neglects or refuses to obey the command thereof, is guilty of a misdemeanor
363. Every person who, either solely or as member uf a court, knowingly and unlawfully recommits, imprisons, or restrains of his liberty, for the same cause, any person who has been discharged upon a writ of habeas corpus, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
364. Every person having in his custody, or under his restraint or power, any person for whose relief a writ of habeas corpus has been issued, who, with the intent to elude the service of such writ or to avoid the effect thereof, transfers such person to the custody of another, or places him under the power or control of another, or conceals or changes the place of his confinement or restraint, or removes him without the jurisdiction of the court or judge issuing the writ, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
365. Every person, and every agent or officer of any corporation carrying on business as an innkeeper, or as a common carrier of passengers, who refuses, without just cause or excuse, to receive and entertain any guest, or to receive and carry any passenger, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
366. Every person who counterfeits, or who willfully uses the counterfeited seal or stamp of any person engaged in manufacturing or selling quicksilver, is guilty of a felony.
367. Every person who willfully sells, or offers for sale as pure, any debased or adulterated quicksilver, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
367a. Any person who causes to be publicly performed or represented for profit any unpublished or undedicated dramatic composition or dramatic-musical composition known as an opera, without the consent of its owner or proprietor, or who, knowing that such dramatic or musical composition is unpublished or undedicated, and without the consent of its owner or proprietor, permits, aids, or takes part in such a performance or representation, or who sells a copy or a substantial copy of any unpublished, undedicated or copyrighted dramatic composition or musical or dramatic-musical composition, known as an opera, without the consent of the author or proprietor of such dramatical or dramatic-musical composition shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty (50) dollars, and not more than three hundred (300) dollars, be imprisoned for not less than thirty (30) days or more than three (3) months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. 1905-248.
367b. Whosoever being a student, or being a person in attendance at any public, private, parochial, or military school, college, or other educational institution, conspires to haze or engages in hazing or commit any act that injures, degrades or disgraces, or tends to injure, degrade, or disgrace any fellow-student or person attending such institution shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail not more than six months, or both. 1907-888.
367c. Whenever an automobile, motorcycle, or other motor vehicle, or any vehicle whatsoever, regardless of the power by which the same may be propelled or drawn, strikes any person, or collides with any vehicle containing a person, the driver of, and all persons in, such automobile, motorcycle or other motor vehicle, or other vehicle, who have or assume authority over such driver, shall immediately cause such automobile, motorcycle, or other motor vehicle, or other vehicle, to stop, and shall render to the person struck, or to the occupants of the vehicle collided with, all necessary assistance including the carrying of such person or occupant to a physician or surgeon for medical or surgical treatment, if such treatment be required, or if such carrying is requested by the person struck or the occupant of the vehicle struck; and such driver, and person having or assuming authority over such driver, shall further give to the occupants of such vehicles or person struck, the number of such automobile, motorcycle, or other motor vehicle, or other vehicle, if the same have a number, together with the name and address of the driver of such automobile, motorcycle, or other motor vehicle, or other vehicle, also the name of the owner thereof and the name of the passenger; or passengers not exceeding five in such automobile, motorcycle, or other motor vehicle, or other vehicle at the time of such striking or collision. Any person violating any of the provisions of this section is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not exceeding five years or in the county jail not exceeding one year, or by fine not exceeding five thousand dollars, or by both such fine and imprisonment. 1913-218.
367d. Any person operating or driving an automobile, motorcycle or other motor vehicle who becomes or is intoxicated while so engaged in operating or driving such automobile, motorcycle or other motor vehicle shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 1911-90.
367e. Any person operating or driving an automobile, motorcycle or other motor vehicle who becomes or is intoxicated while so engaged in operating or driving such automobile, motorcycle or other motor vehicle, and who by reason of such intoxication does any act, or neglects any duty imposed by law, which act or neglect of duty causes the death of, or bodily injury to, any person, shall be punishable by imprisonment in the state's prison not exceeding five years, or in the county jail not exceeding one year, or by fine not exceeding $500 or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Crimes Against the Public Health and Safety..
368. Death from explosion,
etc. 368a. Hatch-tender for ships,
generally. 369. Death from collision on
railroad. 369a. Street cars, proper
equipment. 369b. Cattle, shipping gener
ally, etc. 369d. Railroad gates, duties of
user. 369e. Railroad tracks, animals
prohibited from feeding. 369f. Railroad employees, du
ties. 369g. Trespassing, railroad
right of way. 370. “Public nuisance" de
fined. 371. Unequal damage. 372. Maintaining a nuisance,
a misdemeanor. 372a. Expectorating,
where prohibited. 373a. Public nuisance, when
prohibited, penalty. 374. Putting dead animals in
streets, etc. 374a. Garbage, unlawfully
dumping same. 375. Keeping gunpowder, etc.,
378. Neglecting to obey
health laws. 379. Unlicensed piloting. 380. Labeling or
non-label. ing drugs, penalty. 381. Substitution in false
weights. 381a. Dairy products, inaccu
rate tests, etc., generally. 381b. State dairy bureaus, law
enforcement, generally. 382. Adulterating food, drug
etc. 383. Sale, adulterated food,
etc., generally. 383a. Process butter, sale pro
hibited. 384. Prevention of fires,
what acts prohibited. 384a. Red berries, how pro
tected. 384c. Hunting, injuring ani.
mals, penalty 385. Obstructing attempts to
extinguish fires. 386. Maintaining bridge or
forry without authority. 587. Violating conditions of
keeping ferry. 388, Riding or driving faster than walk,
toll. bridges. 389. Evading paying toll, pen
unlawfully. 375a. Sale of explosives, rec
ord required. 376. Violation quarantine
laws. 377. Willful violation of
health laws. 377a. Quarantine and disin
fection, generally. 377b. Pollution of water, gen
erally. 377c. Pollution of ice, gener
alty. 390. Railway, bell ringing. 391. Intoxication of engi.
neers, etc., railroads. 392. Placing passenger cars
in front freight cars. 393. Railroad employees, vio
lating duty. 394. Exposing infected per
sons in public places. 395. Market price, frauds,
396. Racing on highways. 402. Animals having glan397. Selling liquor to drunk
ders, etc. ards or indians.
402a. Candies, adulterating. 397b. Minors, not to visit sa- 402b. Diseased animals, how loons.
disposed of. 397c. Selling liquors between 402c. Safety equipment, build
2 and 6 a. m. 399. Death from mischie- 402d. Infected animals, etc. vous anima
402e. Animal dise report. 400. Exhibiting deforma- 402e. (1.) Hospital laundry, ties.
disposal, etc. 401. Suicide, abetting.
402f. Pillows, generally. sub. 401a. Sleeping apartments, cu
1-9 bic feet necessary. 368. Every person having charge of any steam-boiler or steamengine, or other apparatus for generating or employing steam, used in any manufactory, or on any railroad, or in any vessel, or in any kind of mechanical work, who willfully, or from ignorance or neglect, creates, or allows to be created, such an undue quantity of steam as to burst or break the boiler, engine, or apparatus, or to cause any other accident whereby the death of a human being is produced, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for not less than one nor more than ten years.
368a. Any person, firm or corporation engaged in the business of loading or unloading ships or vessels, or who contracts to load or unload a ship or vessel, or who shall be in charge of a ship or vessel while the same is being loaded or unloaded, or who is authorized to load or unload any ship or vessel, having a carrying capacity of fifty tons or greater, shall employ and supply upon every ship or vessel while being loaded or unloaded, a person over the age of twenty-one years to act as signalman or hatch-tender whose sole duty it shall be to observe the operations of loading or unloading of each working hatch on such ship or vessel, and to warn all persons engaged in the operation of loading or unloading of any possibility of any injury to any of the articles of which the cargo is composed, or of danger to any person engaged or being in or about the said ship or vessel while the same is being loaded or unloaded as aforesaid. Any person, firm, or corporation violating the provisions of this act is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1913–543.
369. Every conductor, engineer, brakeman, switchman, or other person having charge, wholly or in part, of any railroad, car, locomotive, or train, who willfully or negligently suffers or causes the same to collide with another car, locomotive, or train, or with any other object or thing whereby the death of a human being is produced, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for not less than one nor more than ten years.