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December 4, 1926

ACT NO. 3326

AN ACT TO ESTABLISH PERIODS OF PRESCRIPTION FOR VIOLATIONS PENA


LIZED BY SPECIAL ACTS AND MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES AND TO PROVIDE W
HEN PRESCRIPTION SHALL BEGIN TO RUN

SECTION 1. Violations penalized by special acts shall, unless otherwise


provided in such acts, prescribe in accordance with the following rules: (a) after a
year for offences punished only by a fine or by imprisonment for not more than
one month, or both; (b) after four years for those
punished by imprisonment for more than one month, but less than two years; (c)
after eight years for those punished by imprisonment for two years or more, but
less than six years; and (d) after twelve years for any other offence
punished by imprisonment for six years or more, except the crime oftreason,
which shall prescribe after twenty
years. Violations penalized by municipal ordinances shall prescribe after two
months.
SECTION 2. Prescription shall begin to run from the day of the commission of the
violation of the law, and if the same be not known at the time, from the discovery
thereof and the institution ofjudicial proceedings for its investigation and
punishment.
The prescription shall be interrupted when proceedings are instituted against the
guilty person, and shall begin to run again if the proceedings are
dismissed for reasons not constituting jeopardy. aCATSI

SECTION 3. For the purposes of this Act, special acts shall be acts defining and
penalizing violations of the law not included in the Penal Code.
SECTION 4. This Act shall take effect on its approval.
Approved: December 4, 1926
(Periods of Prescription for Violations Penalized by Special Acts and Municipal
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Ordinances, ACT NO. 3326, [December 4, 1926])

November 27, 1929


ACT NO. 3585

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION ONE OF ACT NUMBERED THIRTY-THREE


HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX, ENTITLED
"AN ACT TO ESTABLISH PERIODS OF PRESCRIPTION FOR VIOLATIONS PEN
ALIZED BY SPECIALACTS AND MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES AND TO PROVIDE
WHEN PRESCRIPTION SHALL BEGIN TO RUN"

SECTION 1. Section one of Act Numbered Thirty-three hundred and


twenty-six is hereby amended so as to read as follows: HIaAED

"SEC. 1. Violations penalized by special acts shall, unless


otherwise provided in such acts, prescribe in accordance with the
following rules: (a) after a year for offences punished only by a fine
or by imprisonment for not more than one month, or both; (b) after four
years for those punished by imprisonment for more than one month,
but less than two years; (c) after eight years forthose
punished by imprisonment for two years or more, but less than six
years; and (d) after twelve years for any other offence
punished by imprisonment for six years or more, except the
crime oftreason, which shall prescribe after twenty years: Provided,
however, That all offences against any law or part of law
administered by the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall prescribe after
five years.Violations penalized by municipal ordinances shall prescribe
after two months."
SECTION 2. This Act shall take effect on its approval.
Approved: November 27, 1929 ESTDIA

||| (Amendment to Sec. 1 of Act No. 3326, ACT NO. 3585, [November 27, 1929])

November 26, 1930

ACT NO. 3763

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION ONE OF ACT NUMBERED THIRTY-THREE


HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX, ENTITLED
"AN ACT TO ESTABLISH PERIODS OF PRESCRIPTION FOR VIOLATIONS PEN
ALIZED BY SPECIALACTS AND MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES AND TO PROVIDE
WHEN PRESCRIPTION SHALL BEGIN TO RUN," AS
AMENDED BY ACT NUMBERED THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE,
FIXING TWO MONTHS AS THE
TERM FOR THE PRESCRIPTION OF VIOLATIONS OF THE REGULATIONS AND
CONDITIONS OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION

SECTION 1. Section one of Act Numbered Thirty-three hundred and


twenty-six, as amended by Act Numbered Thirty-five hundred and eighty-five,
is hereby further amended to read as follows: aCIHAD

"SEC. 1. Violations penalized by special acts shall, unless


otherwise provided in such acts, prescribe in accordance with the
following rules: (a) after a year for offences punished only by a fine
or by imprisonment for not more than one month, or both; (b) after four
years for those punished by imprisonment for more than one month,
but less than two years; (c) after eight years forthose
punished by imprisonment for two years or more, but less than six
years; and (d) after twelve years for any other offence
punished by imprisonment for six years or more, except the
crime oftreason, which shall prescribe after twenty years: Provided,
however, That all offences against any law or part of law
administered by the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall prescribe after
five years.Violations penalized by municipal ordinances shall prescribe
after two months.
"Violations of the regulations or
conditions of certificates of public convenience issued by the Public
Service Commission, shall prescribe after two months."
SECTION 2. This Act shall take effect on its approval.
Approved: November 26, 1930
||| (Amendment to Sec. 1 of Act No. 3326, ACT NO. 3763, [November 26, 1930])