Criminal Procedure Code, 1973

Chapter – 8. Security for Keeping the peace and for Good Behaviour. (Section. 106 – 124)

Section. 106Security for keeping the peace on conviction.
Section. 107Security for keeping the peace in other cases.
Section. 108Security for good behaviour from persons disseminating seditious matters.
Section. 109Security for good behaviour from suspected persons.
Section. 110Security for good behaviour from habitual offenders.
Section. 111Order to be made.
Section. 112Procedure in respect of person present in court.
Section. 113Summons or warrant in case of a person not so present.
Section. 114Copy of order to accompany summons or warrant.
Section. 115Power to dispense with personal attendance.
Section. 116Inquiry as to the truth of information.
Section. 117Order to give security.
Section. 118Discharge of person informed against.
Section. 119Commencement of period for which security is required.
Section. 120Contents of the bond.
Section. 121Power to reject sureties.
Section. 122Imprisonment in default of security.
Section. 123Power to release persons imprisoned for failing to give security.
Section. 124Security for the unexpired period of the bond.

Chapter – 9.  Order for Maintenance of Wives, Children, and Parents. (Section. 125 – 128)

Section. 125Order for maintenance of wives, children and parents.
Section. 126Procedure.
Section. 127Alteration in allowance.
Section. 128Enforcement of order of maintenance.

Chapter – 10. Maintenance of Public Orders and tranquillity. (Section. 129 – 148)

Section. 129Dispersal of assembly by use of civil force.
Section. 130Use of armed forces to disperse the assembly.
Section. 131Power of certain armed force officers to disperse assembly.
Section. 132Protection against prosecution for acts done under preceding section.
Section. 133Conditional order for removal of the nuisance.
Section. 134Service or notification of order.
Section. 135Person to whom the order is addressed to obey or show cause.
Section. 136Consequences of his failing to do so.
Section. 137Procedure where the existence of a public right is denied.
Section. 138Procedure where he appears to show cause.
Section. 139Power of Magistrate to direct local investigation, examination, and examination of an expert.
Section. 140Power of Magistrate to furnish written instruction, etc.
Section. 141Procedure on order being made absolute and consequences of disobedience.
Section. 142Injunction pending the inquiry.
Section. 143The magistrate may prohibit repetition or continuance of public nuisance.
Section. 144Power to issue the order in urgent cases of nuisance or apprehended danger.
Section. 144APower to prohibit carrying arms in procession or mass drill or mass training with arms.
Section. 145Procedure where dispute concerning land or water is likely to cause a breach of peace.
Section. 146Power to attach subject of the dispute and to appoint receiver.
Section. 147Dispute concerning right of use of land or water.
Section. 148Local inquiry.

Chapter – 11. Preventive Action of the Police. (Section. 149 – 153)

Section. 149Police to prevent cognizable offences.
Section. 150Information of design to commit cognizable offences.
Section. 151Arrest to prevent the commission of cognizable offences.
Section. 152Prevention of injury to public property.
Section. 153Inspection of weights and measures.

Chapter – 12. Information to the Police and their Power to Investigate. (Section. 154 – 176)

Section. 154Information in Cognizable cases.
Section. 155Information as to non-cognizable cases and investigation of such cases.
Section. 156Police officers power to investigate cognizably cases
Section. 157Procedure for investigations.
Section. 158Report how submitted.
Section. 159Power to hold investigation or preliminary inquiry.
Section. 160Police Officers power to require the attendance of witnesses.
Section. 161Examination of witnesses by police.
Section. 162Statements to police not to be signed: Use of Statement in evidence.
Section. 163No inducement to be offered.
Section. 164Recording of confessions and statements.
Section. 164AMedical examination of the victim of rape.
Section. 165Search by a police officer.
Section. 166When an officer in charge of the police station may require another to issue a search warrant.
Section. 166ALetter of request to the competent authority for investigation in a country or place outside India.
Section. 166BLetter of request from a country or place outside India to a court or an authority for investigation in India.
Section. 167Procedure when investigation cannot be completed in twenty-four hours.
Section. 168Report of investigation by subordinate police officer.
Section. 169Release of accused when evidence deficient.
Section. 170Cases to be sent to Magistrate when evidence is sufficient.
Section. 171Complainant and witnesses not to be required to accompany police officer and not to be subject to restraint.
Section. 172Diary of proceeding in the investigation.
Section. 173Report of the police officer on completion of investigation.
Section. 174Police to inquire and report on suicide, etc.
Section. 175Power to summon persons.
Section. 176Inquiry by Magistrate into cause of death.

 Chapter – 13. Jurisdiction Of The criminal Courts in Inquiries And trials. (Section. 177 – 189)

Section. 177Ordinary place of inquiry and trial.
Section. 178Place of inquiry or trial.
Section. 179Offence triable where the act is done or consequence ensues.
Section. 180Place of trial where the act is an offence by reason of relation to other offence.
Section. 181Place of trial in case of certain offences.
Section. 182Offences committed by letters, etc.
Section. 183The offence committed on a journey or voyage.
Section. 184Place of trial for offences triable together.
Section. 185Power to order cases to be tried in different sessions divisions.
Section. 186High Court to decide, in case of doubt, district where inquiry or trial shall take place.
Section. 187Power to issue summons or warrant for an offence committed beyond local jurisdiction.
Section. 188The offence committed outside India.
Section. 189Receipt of evidence relating to offences committed outside India.

Chapter – 14. Conditions Requisite For Initiation Of Proceeding. (Section. 190 – 199)

Section. 190Cognizance of offences by Magistrates.
Section. 191Transfer on the application of the accused.
Section. 192Making over of cases to Magistrates.
Section. 193Cognizance of offences by Courts of Session.
Section. 194Additional and Assistant Sessions Judges to try cases made over to them.
Section. 195Prosecution for contempt of the lawful authority of public servants, for offences against public justice and for offences relating to documents given in evidence.
Section. 195AProcedure for witnesses in case of threatening etc.
Section. 196Prosecution for offences against the State and for criminal conspiracy to commit such offence.
Section. 197Prosecution of Judges and public servants.
Section. 198Prosecution for offences against marriage.
Section. 198AProsecution of offences under section 498Ac of the Indian Penal Code.
Section. 198BCognizance of offences under section 376B of the Indian Penal Code.
Section. 199Prosecution for defamation.

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