Medico legally relevant Indian Penal Codes and Crime Penal Codes
Date: Tuesday, October 19 @ 14:13:28 IST
Topic: Forensic

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Cr.PC Pertaining to
39 Every person, aware of the commission of, or of the intention of any other person to commit any offence punishable under IPC shall forwith give information to the nearest Magistrate or police officer of such commission or intention
40 Poisons
174 Inquest
175 Poisons
174 Death in Police Custody
IPC Pertaining to
35 Poisons
44 Injury

82 No Criminal responsibility below 7 years
83 Children with normal maturity between 7 and 12 with normal maturity - responsible
84 Criminal Responsibility of Insane-McNaughten
84 Intoxication without knowledge/against will
85 Voluntarily taking alcohol
87 Below 18 years – no valid consent for physical examination
88-93 Legal protection to Medical Doctors
89 Consent from Guardians for age below 12
90 Validity of Consent - fear, Intoxication etc
118 Concealing design to commit offence punishable with death or imprisonment for life
176 Poisons
177 Furnishing False Information
178 Refusing Oath or affirmation when duly required by public servant to make it
179 Refusiong to answer public servant authorised to question
182 False information with aan intent to cause public servant to use his lawful power to the injury of another person
190 Threat of injury to induce person to refrain from applying for protection to public servant
191 Giving false evidence.
192 Fabricating false evidence
193 Punishment for false evidence– 7 years
194 Giving or fabricating false evidence with intent to procure conviction of capital offence
195 Giving or fabricating false evidence with intent to procure conviction of offence punishable with imprisonment for life or imprisonment
197 Issuing or signing False Certificate
201 Causing disappearence of evidence of offence or giving false information to screen offenders
202 Not informing Police
203 Giving false information respecting an offence committed
204 Destruction of document to prevent its production as evidence
272 Adulterating Food or Drink (6 months/Rs 1000)
273 Selling adulterated food or drink
274 Adulteration of drugs (in West Bengal - life imprisonment)
275 Selling Adulterated drugs
276 Selling a different drug
277 Fouling Water / Spring / Reservoir
278 Making Atmosphere noxious
284 Negligent Act with respect to Poisons
294 Punishment for Exhibitionism
299 Culpable Homicide not amounting to murder {Likely to cause death} for example 1.Provocation( e.g. Adultery) 2.Exceeding personal limits (Private Defence) 3.Heat of Passion (Argument) 4. Consent (Euthanasia)
300 Murder {Sufficient to cause death} / Infanticide
302 Punishment for Murder / Infanticide
303 When a life imprisonment prisoner kills another prisoner (removed from IPC now)
304 Punishment for Culpable homicide
304 A Criminal Negligence/Rash & Negligent Act
304 B Dowry Death
306 Abetment of Suicide
309 Attempt for Suicide
312 Medical Negligence / Causing Miscarriage
313 Causing Miscarriage without the consent of the female
314 Death by an act done for miscarriage
315 Act to prevent child birth or to cause it die
316 Death of quick unborn child / Criminal Abortion
317 Abandoning Infant
318 Concealment of Birth / Punishment for Abandonment
319 Hurt
320 Grievious Injury
323 Punishment for Hurt
324 Dangerous weapons / Poisons / Corrosives
325 Punishment for Grievious Injury
326 Dangerous weapons / Poisons / Corrosives
328 Poisons
331 ? Assault
351 Assault Definition
354 Punishment for Indecent Assault
355 Punishment for Indecent Assault
361 Rape is a punishable Offence / Kidnap of minor(boy below 16 and girl below 18)
366 A Kidnapping an Indian girl below 18 for Prostitution
366 B Importing any foreign girl below 21 for Prostitution
369 Kidnap a child below 10 years for movable property
375 Rape
376 Punishment for Rape
376 A Man with his wife during separation
376 B Public servant with women in custody
376 C Superintendent of Jail, Remand Home
376 D Member of the management or staff of a hospital with any women in that hospital
377 Unnatural Offences / Lesbianism

420 !!!!
493 Cohabitation by deceitfully inducing to a belief of lawful marraige
497 Adultery / Artificial Insemination
498 A Dowry death – Relatives

Indian Evidence Act 32
Dying Declaration

Year Opium Act / Other Regulations
1843 Mc Naughten’s Rule
1857 Only the central govt can cultivate opium
1878 Import export of opium prohibited
1919 Import Export permitted
1919 Indian Medical Degrees Act
1923 Workmens Compensation act
1930 Dangerous Drugs
1933 Indian Medical Councils Act - Uniform Standard
1933 Dangerous Drugs
1938 Dangerous Drugs
1940 Drugs and Cosmetics
1948 Declaration of Geneva
1948 ESI
1948 Indian Factory Act 63
1950 Drug Control Act for Maximum Price
1951 Plantation Labour Act
1954 Durham
1954 Drugs and Magic Remedies not for Abortion, Contraception, Increased Sex, Menstruation, Venereal Diseases
1955 Medicinal and Toilet preparation Act
1956 Indian Medical Councils Act
1960 Court for Juvenile Offenders
1960 Geneva Convention Act - Red Cross Emblem
1962 Drugs and Cosmetics
1964 Durham
1971 Acccepted by West Bengal ( 9.2.1971)
1974 Bengal Medical Act
1986 COPRA

Drugs and Schedules
C Biological and Special Products
H Poisons
L Antibiotics, Antihistamines

Source: RxPG AIPG 2003 Book by Jaypee Brothers Author : Dr.J.Mariano Anto Bruno Mascarenhas

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