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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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P. v., Ch. xviii.

9. Fraud (abuse of confidence) on the part of managers, bankers,
agents, commission-agents, guardians or trustees, or by the directors,
members or officials of public companies, if the offence is punishable
under existing laws.

10. Perjury, or the suborning of witnesses.

11. Rape.

12. Sexual intercourse with a young girl under sixteen years of
age, and the attempt to commit such offence.

13. Attempted outrage, with violence.

14. Premeditated use of drugs or instruments for the purpose of
causing abortion.

15. Abduction. •

16. Kidnapping of children.

17. Illegal detention or imprisonment.

18. Forcible or clandestine entry into a building, occupied or
unoccupied, with criminal intent.

19. Incendiarism.

20. Robber}7 with violence. ,

21. Wounding, or the infliction of grievous bodily injuries.

22. Blackmail.

23. Piracy.

24. Scuttling, stranding or destroying a ship or vessel on the
high seas, or any attempt or conspiracy to do so.

25. Any act of violence committed on board of a ship or vessel,
with the intention of committing homicide or inflicting grievous
bodily injury.

26. Mutiny or conspiracy of two or more persons on board of a
ship on the high seas.

27. Traffic in slaves, in so far as it is punishable in accordance
with the laws of both countries.

Extradition is granted also in the case of complicity in the crimes
enumerated, if such complicity is punishable according to the laws
of both countries.

Extradition may also be granted, at the discretion of the State
of whom the demand is made, for any other crime, if only it is in
agreement with the laws of both countries.

CHAPTER XIX.—Naturalisation and
Relinquishment of Nationality.

Naturalisation in Russia is regulated by the law of the 10th
February 1864, according to which domicile in Russia must have
lasted at least five years. After this every foreigner is entitled to
petition the Russian Minister for Home Affairs, stating :—

i. The names of the places where he has resided since he entered
Russian territory, and the nature of his occupation or trade, and
enclosing such certificates of respectability as he may possess;

§189. [-Naturalisation,-]
tion,+} Russia.


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