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attempt to use, any such document, record, file, or paper so taken and carried away, in order to procure the payment of any money from or by the United States, or any officer or agent thereof, or the allowance or payment of the whole or any part of any claim, account, or demand against the United States, shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, $ 40, 35 Stat. 1096.)

DERIVATION R. S. § 5454, which was revised from act Feb. 5, 1867, ch. 26, § 7, 14 Stat. 384, and repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 93. (Criminal Code, section 41.) Interested persons acting as Government agencies.—No officer or agent of any corporation, joint-stock company, or association, and no member or agent of any firm, or person directly or indirectly interested in the pecuniary profits or contracts of such corporation, joint-stock company, association, or firm, shall be employed or shall act as an officer or agent of the United States for the transaction of business with such corporation, joint-stock company, association, or firm. Whoever shall violate the provision of this section shall be fined not more than $2,000 and imprisoned not more than two years. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 41, 35 Stat. 1097.)

DERIVATION R. S. § 1783, which was revised from act Mar. 2, 1863, ch. 67, 12 Stat. 698, and repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 99. (Criminal Code, section 46.).Robbery of personal property of United States.—Whoever shall rob another of any kind or description of personal property belonging to the United States, or shall feloniously take and carry away the same, shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 46, 35 Stat. 1097.)

DERIVATION R. S. § 5456, which was revised from act Mar. 2, 1867, ch. 193, 14 Stat. 557 and repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 100. (Criminal Code, section 47.) Embezzling public moneys or other property.-Whoever shall embezzle, steal, or purloin any money, property, record, voucher, or valuable thing whatever, of the moneys, goods, chattels, records, or property of the United States, shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than five years or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 47, 35 Stat. 1097.)

DERIVATION Act Mar. 3, 1875, ch. 144, 18 Stat. 479, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

8 101. (Criminal Code, section 48.) Receiving stolen public property.—Whoever shall receive, conceal, or aid in concealing, or shall have or retain in his possession with intent to convert to his own use or gain, any money, property, record, voucher, or valuable thing whatever, of the moneys, goods, chattels, records, or property of the United States, which has theretofore been embezzled, stolen, or purloined by any other person, knowing the

same to have been so embezzled, stolen, or purloined, shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than five years, or both; and such person may be tried either before or after the conviction of the principal offender. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 48, 35 Stat, 1098.)

DERIVATION Act Mar. 3, 1875, ch. 144, § 2, 18 Stat. 479, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, $ 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 102. Stealing, defacing, etc., books, pamphlets, or manuscripts in Library of Congress or other public libraries.-Any person who shall steal, wrongfully deface, injure, mutilate, tear, or destroy any book, pamphlet, or manuscript, or any portion thereof, belonging to the Library of Congress, or to any public library in the District of Columbia, whether the property of the United States or of any individual or corporation in said district, or who shall steal, wrongfully deface, injure, mutilate, tear, or destroy any book, pamphlet, document, manuscript, print, engraving, medal, newspaper, or work of art, the property of the United States, shall be held guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall, when the offense is not otherwise punishable by some statute of the United States, be punished by a fine not less than $10 nor more than $1,000, and by imprisonment for not less than one nor more than twelve months, or both, for every such offense. (June 19, 1878, ch. 317, 20 Stat. 171.)

§ 103. (Criminal Code, section 49.) Timber depredations on public lands; rights of entrymen.--Whoever shall cut, or cause or procure to be cut, or shall wantonly destroy, or cause to be wantonly destroyed, any timber growing on the public lands of the United States; or whoever shall remove, or cause to be removed, any timber from said public lands, with intent to export or to dispose of the same; or whoever, being the owner, master, or consignee of any vessel, or the owner, director, or agent of any railroad, shall knowingly transport any timber so cut or removed from said lands, or lumber manufactured therefrom, shall be fined not more than $1,000, or imprisoned not more than one year, or both. Nothing in this section shall prevent any miner or agriculturist from clearing his land in the ordinary working of his mining claim, or in the preparation of his farm for tillage, or from taking the timber necessary to support his improvements, or the taking of timber for the use of the United States. And nothing in this section shall interfere with or take away any right or privilege under any existing law of the United States to cut or remove timber from any public lands. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, $ 49, 35 Stat. 1098.)

DERIVATION Act June 3, 1878, ch. 151, § 4, 20 Stat. 90, as amended by act Aug. 4, 1892, ch. 375, § 2, 27 Stat. 348, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 104. (Criminal Code, section 50.) Timber depredations on public lands; Indian lands or trust allotments-Whoever shall unlawfully cut, or aid in unlawfully cutting, or shall wantonly injure or destroy, or procure to be wantonly injured or destroyed, any tree, growing, standing, or being upon any land of the United States which, in pursuance of law, has been reserved or purchased by the United States for any public use, or upon any Indian réservation, or lands belonging to or occupied by any tribe of Indians under the authority of the United States, or any Indian allotment while the title to the same shall be held in trust by the Government, or while the same shall remain inalienable by the allottee without the consent of the United States, shall be fined not more than $500, or imprisoned not more than one year, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 50, 35 Stat. 1098; June 25, 1910, ch. 431, § 6, 36 Stat. 857.)

DERIVATION R. S. § 5388, as amended by act June 4, 1888, ch. 340, 25 Stat. 166, which was revised from act Mar. 3, 1859, ch. 78, 11 Stat. 408 and repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

Act Mar. 3, 1875, ch. 151, § 1, 18 Stat. 481, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Štat. 1153.

§ 105. (Criminal Code, section 51.) Boxing trees for turpentine.--Whoever shall cut, chip, chop, or box any tree upon any lands belonging to the United States, or upon any lands covered by or embraced in any unperfected settlement, application, filing, entry, selection, or location, made under any law of the United States, for the purpose of obtaining from such tree any pitch, turpentine, or other substance, or shall knowingly encourage, cause, procure, or aid in the cutting, chipping, chopping, or boxing of any such tree, or shall buy, trade for, or in any manner acquire any pitch, turpentine, or other substance, or any article or commodity made from any such pitch, turpentine, or other substance, when he has knowledge that the same has been so unlawfully obtained from such trees, shall be fined not more than $500, or imprisoned not more than one year, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 51, 35 Stat. 1098.)

DERIVATION Act June 4, 1906, ch. 2571, 34 Stat. 208, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 106. (Criminal Code, section 52.) Setting fire to timber or other inflammable material on public, etc., lands.—Whoever shall willfully and without authority so to do set on fire or cause to be set on fire any timber, underbrush, or grass or other inflammable material upon the public domain or upon any lands owned or leased by or under the partial, concurrent, or exclusive jurisdiction of the United States which are included in a park, forest, monument, historical park, military park, battlefield site, parkway, recreational area, seashore, lake shore, cemetery, recreational demonstration project, wildlife refuge, grazing district, or stock driveway, or upon any land title to which was revested in the United States under the Act of June 9, 1916 (ch. 137, 39 Stat. 218), or upon any land reconveyed to the United States under the Act of February 26, 1919 (ch. 47, 40 Stat. 1179), or upon any lands owned by the United States and under the jurisdiction of the Forest Service or the Bureau of Animal Industry or administered under sections 1010-1012 of Title 7, or upon any lands under contract for purchase or for the acquisition of which con

demnation proceedings have been instituted under sections 480, 500, 513-519, 521, 552, and 563 of Title 16, or sections 1010-1012 of Title 7, or under statutory authority for addition to a park or wildlife refuge or upon any Indian reservation or lands belonging to or occupied by any tribe or group of Indians under authority of the United States, or upon any Indian allotment while the title to the same shall be held in trust by the Government, or while the same shall remain inalienable by the allottee without the consent of the United States, unless an allottee sets or causes to be set any fire in the reasonable exercise of his proprietary rights in the allotment, shall be fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned not more than five years, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 52, 35 Stat. 1098; Nov. 15, 1941, ch. 472, § 1, 55 Stat. 763.)

107. (Criminal Code, section 53.) Failure to extinguish fires built on public, etc., lands.—Whoever shall build a fire or cause a fire to be built in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material upon any lands owned, controlled or leased by, or under the partial, concurrent, or exclusive jurisdiction of the United States, including lands under contract for purchase or for the acquisition of which condemnation proceedings have been instituted under sections 480, 500, 513-519, 521, 552, and 563 of Title 16, or under sections 1010-1012 of Title 7, or under statutory authority for addition to a park or wildlife refuge, any Indian reservation, or lands belonging to or occupied by any tribe or group of Indians under the authority of the United States, or any Indian allotment while the title to the same shall be held in trust by the United States, or while the same shall remain inalienable by the allottee without the consent of the United States, shall, before leaving said fire, totally extinguish the same; and whoever shall neglect and omit totally to extinguish said fire or whoever shall permit or suffer said fire to burn or spread beyond his control or whoever shall leave or suffer said fire to burn unattended in such places, shall be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned not more than six months without hard labor, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 53, 35 Stat. 1098; June 25, 1910, ch. 431, § 6, 36 Stat. 857; Nov. 15, 1941, ch. 472, § 2, 55 Stat. 764.)

§ 109. (Criminal Code, section 55.) Trespassing on Bull Run National Forest.-Whoever, except forest rangers and other persons employed by the United States to protect the forest Federal and State officers in the discharge of their duties, and the employees of the water board of the city of Portland, State of Oregon, shall knowingly trespass upon any part of the reserve known as Bull Run National Forest, in the Cascade Mountains, in the State of Oregon, or shall enter thereon for the purpose of grazing stock, or shall engage in grazing stock thereon, or shall permit stock of any kind to graze thereon, shall be fined not more than $500, or imprisoned not more than six months, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, $ 55, 35 Stat. 1099.)

DERIVATION Act Apr. 28, 1904, ch. 1774, 33 Stat. 526, which was repealed by act Mar, 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. '1153.

§ 110. (Criminal Code, section 56.) Breaking fences or driving cattle on inclosed public lands.—Whoever shall knowingly and unlawfully break, open, or destroy any gate, fence, hedge, or wall inclosing any lands of the United States which, in pursuance of any law, have been reserved or purchased by the United States for any public use; or whoever shall drive any cattle, horses, hogs, or other livestock upon any such lands for the purpose of destroying the grass or trees on said lands, or where they may destroy the said grass or trees; or whoever shall knowingly permit his cattle, horses, hogs or other livestock, to enter through any such inclosure upon any such lands of the United States, where such cattle, horses, hogs, or other livestock may or can destroy the grass or trees or other property of the United States on the said lands, shall be fined not more than $500, or imprisoned not more than one year, or both. Nothing in this section shall be construed to apply to unreserved public lands. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, $ 56, 35 Stat. 1099.)

DERIVATION Act Mar. 3, 1875, ch. 151, $$ 2, 3, 18 Stat. 481, 482, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 111. (Criminal Code, section 57.) Injuring or removing survey marks. Whoever shall willfully destroy, deface, change, or remove to another place any section corner, quarter-section corner, or meander post, on any Government line of survey, or sha willfully cut down any witness tree or any tree blazed to mark the line of a Government survey, or shall willfully deface, change, or remove any monument or bench mark of any Government survey, shall be fined not more than $250, or imprisoned not more than six months, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 57, 35 Stat. 1099.)

DERIVATION Act June 10, 1896, ch. 398, § 1, 29 Stat. 343, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

§ 116. (Criminal Code, section 60.) Injuries to telegraph lines. - Whoever shall willfully or maliciously injure or destroy any of the works, property, or material of any telegraph, telephone, or cable line, or system, operated or controlled by the United States, whether constructed or in process of construction, or shall willfully or maliciously interfere in any way with the working or use of any such line, or system, or shall willfully or maliciously obstruct, hinder, or delay the transmission of any communication over any such line, or system, shall be fined not more than $1,000, or imprisoned not more than three years, or both. (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, $ 60, 35 Stat. 1099.)

DERIVATION Act June 23, 1874, ch. 461, 18 Stat, 250, which was repealed by act Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, § 341, 35 Stat. 1153.

8 117. (Criminal Code, section 61.) Counterfeiting weather forecasts.—Whoever shall knowingly issue or publish any counterfeit weather forecast or warning of weather conditions falsely representing such forecast or warning to have been issued or

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