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1 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ITE OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS 1. short title. Homicide 2. Capitall murders. 3. Sentence of death. Sentence of death not to be passed on pregnant mmm. Procedure where woman convicted of capital offence alleges she is pregnant. 3 ~ Life. imprisonment for non-capital murder. 3 ~ Provisions. as to procedure and regarding repulted and multiple murders. 3c. Proyisions as to appeab in relation to repeated and multiple murders. 3 ~ Provisions. as to procedure regarding two or more murders tried together. 4. Abolition of m s ~ malice. ~ e 5. Persons suffering from diminished responsibility. 6. Provocation. 7. suicide pact. 8. Conspiring or soliciting to commit murder. 9. Manslaughter. 10. Exasable homicide. 11. Petit tnasm. 12. Provision for trial of certain cases of murder or manslaryhtcr. Attempts to Murder 13. Administering poison, or wounding with intent to murder. 14. Destroying or damaging building with intent to murder. 15. Setting 6re to ship, etc., with intent to murder. 16. Attempting to administer poison, etc.. with intent to murder. 17. By other means attempting to commit murder. htters Threatening to Murder 18. Letters threatening to murder. [The inclusion of thiu page is authorized by L.N. 42/1995]

2 OFFENCES A CA INST THE PERSON Acts Causing or Tending to Cause Donger to rife, or Bodily Harm 19. Preventing person endeavouring to save his life in shipwreck. 20. Shooting or attempting to shoot or wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm. 21. What shall be deemed loaded arms. 22. Unlawful wounding. 23. Attempting to choke, etc., in order to commit indictable offence. 24. Administering drug with intent to commit indictable offence. 25. Administering poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous bodily harm. 26. Administering poison with intent to injure or annoy. 27. Jury may acquit of felony, and tind guilty of misdemeanour. 28. Abandoning or exposing child whereby life endangered. 29. Causing bodily injury by explosion of gunpowder. 30. Causing gunpowder to explode, etc., with intent to Q grievous bodily harm. 31. Placing wood on railway, etc., with intent to endanger safety of passengers. 32. Doing anything to endanger safety of passeogcrs 09 railway. 33. Genocide. Assaults 34. Obstructing clergyman in the pcr ormance of his doties. 35. Assaulting magistrate when preserving wreck. 36. Assault with intent to commit felony, or on constable, etc. 37. Hindering seaman from working at his trade, etc. 38. Using violence to deter person from buying or selling. 39. Summary jurisdiction to try common assaults. 40. Aggravated assaults on women or children. 41. Justices may dismiss complaint, certifying dismid. 42. Certificate or conviction to be a bar to further proceedings. 43. Punishment for common and aggravated assaults. Rape: Abduction and Deflement of Women 44. Rape. 45. Procuring defilement of girl under eighteen. 46. Personating husband. F c inclusian of this page is authorized by L.N %

3 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON Dciilcmcnt of female idiot or imbecikc 48. carnally knowing girl under twelve. 49. Power on indictments for certain feloaies to 6nd the dda&nt guilty of a minor offence. 50. Above twelve and under sixteen. 51. Householder. etc., inducing or encouraging dohneat of youq girl on his prcmirsa. 52. Cusbody d girls undtr sixtcen. 53. Indecent assault. etc. 54. Cwseat of young person to be no defeacs in iadecmt amult, 55. Abduction from motives of lucre. 56. Forcible awection. 57. Awaotion of girl under sixtom. Protection of Women and Girls 58. Proculation. 59. Pmcuring detuement of women by thrcata or fraud. or ad& -g w. 60. AWuction d girl under eighteen with intent to have cad knowledge. 61. Unlawful dctesltion with intent to have cad knowlsdgs. 62. Power of search. 63. Liva cm caning of ptitutioa. 64. Encouraging prostitution of girl under sixteen. 65. Allowing persons under sixteen to be in brothels. sup~essim of Broth& 66. Summary proceedings against brothel keeper, etc. 67. Tenants, lcssecs, or occupiers. Landlords or lessors. 68. search warraata. 69. Cbild stealing. 70. Kidnapping. Child Stealing plx indruidn of this page k a &M by LN l

4 4 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 71. Bigamy. Provision M to evidence. Bisamr Attempts to Prucure Abortion 72 Administering drugs or using instruments to procure abortion. 73. Procuring drugs. etc. to procure abortion. Concealing the Birth of a Child 74. Con+ezlt of birth. 75. offence of infanticide. Infanticide vrrnotrrml ogmccc 76. Unnatural crime. 77. Attempt. 78. Proof of cm~d knowledge. 79. Outragra on decency. Prwf of Curnu1 Knowlcdgc Outrages on Decency Other Matters 80. Apprehension without warrant. 81. Punishmcot of principals in sccond degree and acwmrka 82. Fines and sureties for good bebaviour. 83. Conviction not to be quashed for want of form, etc. 84. Costs on prosecution for assauk 85. Recovery of costs by distress.

5 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON THE OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ACT CisM.1 ACb 42 ot or USL 42.L- W9cL 'dtm 34.Ll973l 1 of 191) 1st 9th , 14 d 1% 31 of 199S a This Act may be cited as the Offences against the ~~titla Penon Act. Homicide 2.41) Subject to subsection (2), murder committed in capital murderr. the following circumstances is capital murder, that is to says. 2. (U) the murder of- (i) a member of the security forces acting in the execution of his duties or of a person assisting a member so acting; (ii) a correctional officer acting in the execution of his duties or of a person assisting a correctional oflim so acting; (3 a judicial officer acting in the execution of his duties; or (iv) any person acting in the execution of his duties, being a person who, for the purpose of carrying out those duties, is vested under the provisions of any law in force for the time being with the same powers, authorities and privileges as are given by law to members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, inchion U this page is glwtoripd ly L.N. %/ 19971

6 6 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON or the murder of any such member of the security forces, correctional officer, judicial officer or person for any reason directly attributable to the nature of his occupation; (b) the murder of any person for any reason directly attributable to- (i) the status of that person as a witness or party in a pending or concluded civil cause or matter or in any criminal proceedings; or (ii) the service or past service of that person as a juror in any criminal trial; (c) the murder of a Justice of the Peace acting in the execution of his judicial functions; (4 any murder committed by a person in the course or furtherance of- (i) robbery; (ii) burglary or housebreaking; (iii) arson in relation to a dwelling house; or (iv) any sexual offence; (e) any murder committed pursuant to an arrangement whereby money or anything of value- (i) passes or is intended to pass from one person to another or to a third party at the request or direction of that other person; or (ii) is promised by one person to another or to a third person at the request or direction of that other person, as consideration for that other person causing or assisting in causing the death of any person or counselling or procuring any person to do any act causing or assisting in causing that death; Jpe inclusion Ot mis p.8~ is a ~ ~ tln. t 9S/199fl y

7 (f) OFFENCES AGAiNST THE PERSON 7 any murder committed by a person in the course or furtherance of an act of terrorism, that is to say, an act involving the use of violence by that person which, by reason of its nature and extent, is calculated to create a state of fear in the public or any section of the public. (2) If, in the case of any murder referred to in subsection (I) (not being a murder referred to in paragraph (4 of that subsection), two or more persons are guilty of that murder, it shall be capital murder in the case of any of them who by his own act caused the death of, or inflicted or attempted to inflict grievous bodily harm on, the person murdered, or who himself used violence on that person in the course or furtherance of an attack on that person; but the murder shall not be capital murder in the case of any other of the persons guilty of it. (3) Murder not falling within subsection (1) is noncapital murder. (4) Where it is alleged that a person accused of murder is guilty of capital murder, the offence shall be charged as capital murder in the indictment. -- (5) In this section- correctional officer has the same meaning as in the Corrections Act; judicial officer means- (U) a Judge of the Supreme Court or the Court of Appeal, the Master in Chambers or any person for the time being performing the functions of a Judge of the Supreme Court or Court of Appeal or of the Master in Chambers; (b) the Registrar or Deputy RegistFar of the Supreme Court, the Revenue Court or the Court of Appeal or any person for the time [The inclusim of this page is authorized by L.N. 4zj19esj

8 S Sea tence of death. 14/1992 S. 3 (a) (0. 43 I 1958 s S. 3 (a) (iii) s. 3 (4). OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON being performing the functions of Registrar or Deputy Registrar; k) a Resident Magistrate or any person for the time being performing the functions of a Resident Magistrate; (dj a person employed in a court s office who carries out prosecution of offences or in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions or engaged to carry out functions on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions; member of the security forces means a member of-- (a) the Jamaica Constabulary Force; (6) the Jamaica Defence Force to the extent that such member has been assigned to act in aid of the Police; (c) the Island Special Constabulary Force; (d) the Rural Police. 3.41) Every person who is convicted of capital murder shall be sentenced to death and upon every such conviction the court shall pronounce sentence of death, and the same may be carried into execution as heretofore has been the practice; and every person so convicted or sentenced pursuant to subsection UA), shall, after sentence, be confined in some safe place within the prison, apart from all other prisoners. Where by virtue of this section a person is seiitenced to death, the form of the sentence shall he to the effect only that he is to suffer death in the manner authorized by law (1~) Subject to subsection (5) of section 3B, a person who is convicted of noncapital murder shall be sentenced to death if before that conviction he has- (a) whether before or after the 14th October, 1992, been convicted in Jamaica of another murder done on a different occasion; or m e inclusian of this page is authorid by L.N. 42/1995]

9 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 8.01 (b) been convicted of another murder dorie on the same occasion. (2) Where a woman convicted of an offence punish- sentence of death not to able with death is found in accordance with the provisions bepassed of this section to be pregnant, the sentence to be passed on gzkg her shall be a sentence of imprisonment with or without ;?;$ hard labour for life instead of sentence of death. 3rd Sch. (3) Where a woman convicted of an offence punish- Procedure where able with death alleges that she is pregnant, or where the woman court before whom a woman is so convicted thinks fit so y:;,': to order, the question whether or not the woman is peg- $ez3hr nant shall, before sentence is passed on her, be determined ispwnant. by a jury. (4) Subject to the provisions of this subsection, the said jury shall be the trial jury, that is to say the jury to whom she was given in charge to be tried for the offence, and the members of the jury need not be re-sworn : Provided that- (a) if any member of the trial jury, after the conviction, dies or is discharged by the court as being through illness incapable of continuing to act or for any other cause, the inquiry as to whether or not the woman is pregnant shall proceed without him; and (6) where there is no trial jury, or where a jury have disagreed as to whether the woman is or is not pregnant, or have been discharged by the court without giving a verdict on that question, the jury shall be constituted as if to try whether or not she was fit to plead, and shall be sworn in such manner as the court may direct. (5) The question whether the woman is pregnant or not shall be determined by the jury on such evidence as m e inclusioo of thia page ie authorized by L.N RIGS2

10 8.02 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 15(1962 s rd scb. Iifa for mn-axpftal murder s. 4. may be laid before them either on the part of the woman or on the part of the Crown, and the jury shall find that the woman IS not pregnant unless it is proved affirmatively to their satisfaction that she is pregnant. (6) Where on proceedings under this section the jury find that the woman in question is not pregnant the woman inay appeal under the Judicature (Appellate Jurisdiction) Act, to the Court of Appeal and that Court, if satisfied that for any reason the finding should be set aside, shall quash the sentence passed on her and instead thereof pass on her a sentence of imprisonment with or without hard labour for life : Provided that the operation of the provisions of this subsection shall be deemed to bc coincident with the operation of the Judicature (Appellate Jurisdiction) Act. 3A.-(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, every person who is convicted of non-capital murder shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life. (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 6 of the. Parole Act, on sentencing any person convicted of non. capital murder to imprisonment for life, the Court may specify a period, being longer than seven years, which that person should serve before becoming eligible for parole. 3R.-(1) On an indictment charging a person with capital murder, he may be found not guilty of capital murder but.d wd- guilty of noncapital murder. hodrions aa to procedure mg re- pcb* mulllple and ar (2) Capital murder shall be treated as a distinct offence from non-capital murder for the purpose of any appeal against conviction. (3) Where on an appcal against conviction of capital murder the Courl: substitutes a verdict of guilty of noncapital murder for the verdict of guilty of capital murder, me inclusim of this page is authorized by L.N. 42/1995]

11 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 8.03 the Court shall nevertheless determine whether the sentence of death is warranted by subsection (1.4) of section 3 and shall confirm that sentence if it is found to be so warranted. (4) Subject to the foregoing provisions of this section, capital murder shall not be treated as a diflerent offence from non-capital murder for any purpose. (5) A person referred to in subsection (1A) of section 3 shall not by virtue of that subsection be sentenced to death by reason of a previous conviction for murder unless- (a) at least Seven days before the trial notice is given to him that it is intended to prove the previous conviction; and (b) before he is sentenced, his previous coiiviction for murder is admitted by him or is found to be proven by the trial Judge. 3C.41) Where a person is sentenced to death by virtue Prod- 11OIlS M of subsection (1A) of section 3, he shall have the like right to amcab of appeal against the sentence as if the appeal were against ygzd a conviction involving sentence of death. and mul- tiple murders. (2) On any such appeal against sentence, the Court,4,1w2 shall have the same powers as to allowing or dismissing the 6.4. appeal as on an appeal against a conviction; and where the Court allows the appeal, and it appears to the Court that, having regard to the decision on the appeal, the sentence is not warranted in law, the Court shall quash the sentence and pass the appropriate sentence in substitution for it. (3) Where a person js sentenced to death under subsection (1A) of section 3 (which relates to more than one conviction for murder) and afterwards one of the convictions is set aside on appeal- (a) that person may apply to the Court of Appeal to set aside the sentence of death on the ground that me inclusiqn of thj, page is authorized by L.N. 42/1995]

12 8.04 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON it is no longer warranted in law having regard to the decision on appeal; and (b) whether or not an application is made under paragraph (U), the Registrar of the Court of Appeal shall notify the Court that the sentence is one which should be set aside on the ground referred to in that paragraph, and the Court if satisfied that the sentence is no longer warranted in law, shall set it aside and pass the appropriate sentence in substitution for it. (4) Where a person is sentenced to death as aforesaid then, unless he is so sentenced on being convicted of capital murder, the sentence shall not in any case be executed so long as the other conviction can be set aside on appeal or by any other legal process. Provisions as to procedure regarding two or mm mur& tried together. 14/'1%? s. 4. Abolition of "con- SlrUCtlYe malice" s. 3. 3D.41) Subject to subsection (21, where sentence of death is passed on a person convicted of two or more murders tried together it shall be treated as passed in respect of each of the convictions. (2) If one of the convictions as aforesaid is and any other is not set aside on appeal, the Court deciding the appeal, unless satisfied that the sentence remains warranted in law in respect of any other conviction, shall set the sentence aside and pass the appropriate sentence in substitution for it. 4.41) Where a person kills another in the course or furtherance of some other offence, the killing shall not amount to murder unless done with the same malice aforethought (express or implied) as is required for a killing to amount to murder when not done in the course or furtherance of another offence. (2) For the purposes of the foregoing subsection, a killing done in the course or for the purpose of resisting F e incluskm of this page is authorized by L.N. 42/.1995]

13 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 8.05 an officer of justice, or of resisting or avoiding or prevenling a lawful arrest, or of effecting or assisting an escape or rescue from legal custody, shall be treated as a killing in the course or furtherance of an offence. 5.41) Where a person kills or is a party to the killing PCWM sllltering of another, he shall not be convicted of murder if he was frm suffering from such abnormality of mind (whether arising E%:? from a condition of arrested or retarded development of :; ;:ig, mind or any inherent causes or induced by disease or in- s 3. jury) as substantially impaired his mental responsibility for his acts and omissions in doing or being a party to the killing. (2) On a charge of murder, it shall be for the defence to prove that the person charged is by virtue of this section not liable to be convicted of murder. (3) A person who but for this section would he liable, whether as principal or as accessory, to be convicted of murder shall be liable instead to be convicted of manslaughter. (4) The fact that one party to a killing is by virtue of this section not liable to be convicted of murder shall not affect the question whether the killing amounted to murder in the case of any other party to it. F e inclu$i~ of this pap is authorized by L.N

14 8.M OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON Prowca- tion. 43 I 1951 s Where on a charge of murder there is evidence on which the jliry can find that the person charged was provoked (whether by things done or by things said or by both together) to lose his self-control, the question whether the provocation was enough to make a reasonable man do as he did shall be left to be determined by the jury: and in determining that question the jury &ail take into account everything both done and said according to the effect which, in their opinion, it would have on a reasonabte man. suicide pact s (1) It shall be manslaughter, and shall not be murder, for a person acting in pursuance of a suicide pact between him and another to kill the other or be a party to the other killing himself or being killed by a third person. (2) Where it is shown that a person charged with the murder of another killed the other or was a party to his killing himself or bcing killed, it shall be for the defence to prove that the person charged was acting in pursuance of a suicide pact bztween him and the other. (3) For the purposes of this section "suicide pact" means a mmmon agreement between two or more persons having for its object the death of all of them, whether or not each is to take his own life, but nothing done by a person who enters into a suicide pact shalt be treated as [The inclusion of this page ie authorized by L.N. 42/1995]

15 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 9 done by him in pursuance of the pact unless it is done while he has the settled intention of dying in pursuance of the pact. 8. All persons who shall conspire, confederate, and Conspiring agree to murder any person, whether he be a subject of Her tocommit Majesty or not, and whosoever shall solicit, encourage, murder. persuade, or endeavour to persuade, or shall propose to any person to murder any other person, whether he be a subject of Her Majesty or not, shall be guilty of a misdemeanour, and being convicted thereof, shall be liable, to be imprisoned for a term not exceeding ten years, with 42/1969 3rd Sch. or without hard labour. or soliciting 9. Whosoever shall be convicted of manslaughter shall Manbe liable to be imprisoned for life, with or without hard 42/1969 labour, or to pay such fine as the court shall award in 3rdSEh. addition to or without any such other discretionary punishment as aforesaid. daughter. 10. No punishment or forfeiture shall be incurred by Excusable any person who shall kill aaother by misfortune, or in his homicide. own defence, or in any other manner without felony. 11. Every offence which, before the fourth day of March, petit 1837, would have amounted to petit treason, shall be deemed to be murder only, and no greater offence; and all persons guilty in respect thereof, whether as principals or accessories, shall be dealt with, indicted, tried, and punished as principals and accessories in murder. 12. Where any person, being feloniously stricken, Provigion for toal of poisoned, or otherwise hurt upon the sea, or at any place artaincaaea out of this Island, shall die of such stroke, poisoning, or zeaf hurt in this Island, or being feloniously stricken, poisoned slaughter. or otherwise hurt at any place in this Island, shall die of me inclusion of this psge ia authorized by L.N. 480/1973]

16 10 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON Administering poiion. or wound.ng with intent to murder. 4z/1969 3rd Sch. such stroke, poisoning or hurt upon the sea, or at any place out of this Island, every offence committed in respect of any such case, whether the same shall amount to the offence of murder or manslaughter, or of being accessory to murder or manslaughter, may be dealt with, enquired of, tried, determined, and punished in the parish in which such death, stroke, poisoning, or hurt shall happen, in the same manner in all respects as if such offence had been wholly committed in that parish. Attempts to Murder 13. Whosoever shall administer to, or cause to be administered to, or to be taken by any person, any poison or other destructive thing, or shall, by any means whatsoever, wound, or cause any grievous bodily harm to any person, with intent, in any of the cases aforesaid, to commit murder, shall be guilty of felony, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for life, with or without hard labour. Destroying 14. Whosoever, by the explosion of gunpowder or other rddcm explosive substance, shall destroy or damage any building, to withintent murder. with intent to commit murder, shall be guilty of felony, 42/ 1969 and being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned 3rd Sch. for life, with or without hard labour. Settingfire 15. Whosoever shall set 6re to any ship or vessel or any s$:;zzb part thereof, or any part of the tackle, apparel or furniture tomurder. thereof, or any goods or chattels being therein, or shall cast away or destroy, or attempt to destroy, any ship or vessel, with intent in any of such cases to commit murder, shall be guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof, shall 42/1%9 be liable to be imprisoned for life, with or without hard 3rd sch. labour. me inclusion of this page is authorized by L.N. 480/1973]

17 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON Whosoever shall attempt to administer to, or shall Attempting to adrninattempt to cause to be administered to, or be taken by ister any person, any poison or other destructive thing, or shall with intent etc.,. to shoot at any person, or shall by drawing a trigger, or in murder. any other manner, attempt to discharge any kind of loaded arms at any person, with intent, in any of the cases aforesaid, to commit murder, shall, whether any bodily injury be effected or not, be guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for life, with or 42/1969 without hard labour. 3rd SCh.. poison, 17. Whosoever shall, by any means other than those ~ y ~ t h ~ specified in any of the preceding sections of this Act, attempt to commit murder, shall be guilty of felony, and, :;;Tit being convicted thereof shall be liable to be imprisoned!z for life, with or without hard labour. Letters Threatening fo Murder 18. Whosoever shall maliciously send, deliver, or utter Lettcn or directly or indirectly cause to be received, knowing the ~~$~~ contents thereof, any letter or writing threatening to kill or murder any person, shall be guilty of felony, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for a term not exceeding ten years, with or without hard labour. 3rdsch, Acts Causing or Tending to Cause Danger to Life, or Bodily Harm 19. Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously prevent hvenw or impede any person being on board of, or having quitted %sourany ship or vessel which shall be in distress, or wrecked, ~ ~&y stranded, or cast on shore, in his endeavour to save his shipwreck life, or shall unlawfully or maliciously prevent or impede any person in his endeavours to save the life of any such [The inclusion of this page is authorized by L.N. 480/1973] a

18 12 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 42/1969 3rd Sch. person as in this section first aforesaid, shall be guilty of felony, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for life, with or without hard labour. i Shooting or attempting to shoot or wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm rd Sch. 20. Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously, by any means whatsoever, wound, or cause any grievous bodily harm to any person, or shoot at any person, or, by drawing a trigger, or in any other manner attempt to discharge any kind of loaded arms at any person, with intent in any of the cases aforesaid, to maim, disfigure or disable any person, or to do some other grievous bodily harm to any person, or with intent to resist or prevent the lawful apprehension or detainer of any person, shall be guilty of felony, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable, to be imprisoned for life with or without hard labour. mathall 21. Any gun, pistol, or other arms which shall be loaded he deemed loadedams, in the barrel with gun powder, or any other explosive substance, and ball, shot, slug, or other destructive material, shall be deemed to be loaded arms within the meaning of this Act, although the attempt to discharge the same may fail from want of proper priming, or from any other cause. UdawN wounding rd Sch. 22. Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously wound or inflict any grievous bodily harm upon any other person, either with or without any weapon or instrument, shall be guilty of a misdemeanour, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for a t q not exceeding three years, with or without hard labour. Attempting 23. Whosoever shall, by any means whatsoever, attempt to choke. etc.,inorder to choke, suffocate, or strangle any other person, or shall to commit indictable by any means calculated to choke, suffocate, or strangle, offence. attempt to render any other person insensible, unconscious, or incapable of resistance, with intent in any of such cases me inclusion of this page is authorized by L.N. 480/1973]

19 OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON 13 thereby to enable himself, or any other person to commit, or with intent in any of such cases thereby to assist any other person in committing, any indictable offence, shall be guilty of felony, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for life, with or without hard labour. 42/1969 3rd Sch. 24. Whosoever shall unlawfully apply or administer to, Admin'steror cause to be taken by, or attempt to apply or administer ihdzkn, to, or attempt to cause to be administered to or taken by, to. commit - _. mdictable any person, any chloroform, laudanum, or other stupefying offence. or overpowering drug, matter, or thing, with intent, in any of such cases, thereby to enable himself, or any other person to commit, or with intent in any of such cases thereby to assist any other person in committing, any indictable offence, shall be guilty of felony, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for life, with or Q/j969 without hard labour. 3rd xh. 25. Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously ad- A&i+W minister to, or cause to be administered to or taken by any other person, any poison or other destructive or g$ger noxious thing so as thereby to endanger the life of such inflict gnevous person, or so as thereby to inflict upon such person any bodily grievous bodily harm, shall be guilty of felony, and being hrrm* convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for a term 42/]969 3rd srh. not exceeding ten years, with or without hard labour. 26. Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously adminis- Administer ter to, or cause to be administered to or taken by any other log poison with intent person, any poison or other destructive or noxious thing, toinju~~ annoy with intent to injure, aggrieve, or annoy such person, shall be guilty of a misdemeanour, and, being convicted thereof, shall be liable to be imprisoned for a term not exceeding 42/1%9 three years, with or without hard labour. 3rd Sch [The inclusion of this pnge is authorized by L.N. 480/1973]

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