Law January 12, 1922 # 1. Art. 1. - It 'amnesty granted: 1) for pei crimes which the law prescribes a fine: 2) for pei crimes which the law prescribes a term of imprisonment not more than a maximum one year. With regard to the verbal insult crimes or written against public authorities or public officials the above sentence limit, if the offense was not committed in public, is raised to three years of imprisonment. When, issue of proceedings that already av Enuta the offense challenged regard shall, for the application of the amnesty, the maximum penalty sought in the minutes of the final claims. Art. 2. - Excluded from the amnesty: 1.) the pei crimes which, at the date of approval of this law, the injured party has regularly claimed damages (1). The exclusion ceases where the plaintiff claims to revoke the constitution, or it appears that plaintiff was suitably compensated: 2.) the crimes of theft, fraud, embezzlement, receiving, of perjury: 3.) i crimes against the integrity or inviolability of the person except the beaten no trace: and misdeeds against the free exercise of civil rights. For them and for minor injuries is, moreover, granted amnesty when the damaged state does not contest, and where there is the aggravating circumstance of art. 6 of the Law of January 13, 1897 License to the Criminal Code. (2) Art. 3. - are condoned the penalties involving deprivation of liberty not exceeding one year and also are reduced those imposed or to be imposed: if the provisions are not applicable to Art. 1. Art. 4. - The amnesty established by art. 3 as it has not cease when the convicted within five years commits a crime. In this case the punishment is expiated according to the provisions of Articles 44 et seq. Penal Code. Art. 5. - In the event of multiple offenses and penalties the amnesty applies equally to each crime: the amnesty applies after cumulative penalties under the law. Art. 6. - The amnesty and amnesty are applied office: - by the Law Commissioner where the proceedings have not yet been legitimized, or is not yet final repetition of the texts, or whether it's already passed judgment on res judicata : - by the competent judge and issue judgment in another case already. Art. 7. - The amnesty and amnesty do not give (*) right to the return of the confiscated things and even, in the case of weapons of seized things: either to reimburse the sums paid to the tax anyway by way of monetary penalty , judicial and court costs and fees of judgment. Art. 8. - This Act is applicable to the offenses, the public actions of private action, committed until the day prior to its approval by the Council GG In any case remain intact and subject to the rights and civil actions to the competent injured parties or damaged and to third parties. (1) A. p. 441. (2) R. p. 435. CORRECTION EDITORIAL: The BU bears "have" instead of "give."