-- a-- - 馨 ILLUSTRATIONS (a) A the husband of B, and C, an unmarried man, drink together. Drinking is a matrimonial offence. C has abetted A. (b) A the mother of B, the husband of C, persuades B to spend money in other ways than those which C approves. As spending money in such ways is a matrimonial offence, A has abetted B. 12. When a man in the married state abets another man in the married state in a matrimonial offence, the abettor is liable to the same punishment as the principal. Provided that he can be so punished only by a competent court. wo EXPIANATIÖN A competent court means the wife having right of property in the offending husband. 13. Abettors who are females or male offenders not in the married state are liable to be punished only with scolding, abuse, frowns, tears and lamentations. CHAPTER WI OF OFFENCEB AGAINST THE STATE 14, “The State" shall in this Code mean the married state only. 15. Whoever wages war against his wife or attempts to wage such war or abets the waging of such war shall be punished capitally, that is by separation, or by transportation to another bed-room and shall forfeit all his pocket-money. 16. Whoever induces friends crgains over children to side with him or otherwise prepares to wage war with the intention of vaging war against the wife shall be punished by transportation to another bed-room and shall also be liable to be punished with scolding and with tears and lamentations.
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