General Laws of Massachusetts - Chapter 266 Crimes Against Property - Section 117 Orchards and gardens; entry with intent to injure or destroy

Section 117. Whoever wilfully, intentionally and without right enters upon the orchard, garden or other improved land of another, with intent to cut, take, carry away, destroy or injure the trees, grain, grass, hay, fruit or vegetables there growing or being, shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than six months or by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars; and if the offence is committed on Sunday, or in disguise, or secretly in the night time, the imprisonment shall not be for less than five days nor the fine less than five dollars.

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