The Federal Authorities
of the Swiss Confederation

< Book Two: Specific Provisions

Book Three:1 Introduction and Application of the Code

Title One: Relationship between this Code and other Federal and Cantonal Acts

Art. 333 Application of the General Provisions to other federal acts

Art. 334 Reference to repealed provisions

Art. 335 Cantonal acts

Title Two:2

Art. 336-338

Title Three:3

Art. 339-348

Title Four: Administrative Assistance on Police Matters4

Art. 349 1. ...

Art. 350 1. ... / 2. Cooperation with INTERPOL. / a. Jurisdiction

Art. 351 1. ... / 2. Cooperation with INTERPOL. / b. Tasks

Art. 352 1. ... / 2. Cooperation with INTERPOL. / c. Data protection

Art. 353 1. ... / 2. Cooperation with INTERPOL. / d. Financial aid and other payments

Art. 354 1. ... / 3. Cooperation in connection with the identification of persons

Art. 355 1. ... / 4.

Art. 355a 1. ... / 5. Cooperation with Europol / a. Exchange of data

Art. 355b 1. ... / 5. Cooperation with Europol / b. Extension of mandate

Art. 355c 1. ... / 5bis. Cooperation under the Schengen Association Agreement. Jurisdiction

Art. 355d 1. ... / 5bis. Cooperation under the Schengen Association Agreement. Jurisdiction / 5ter. …

Art. 355e 1. ... / 5bis. Cooperation under the Schengen Association Agreement. Jurisdiction / 5quater. SIRENE Office

Art. 355f 1bis. Judicial cooperation under the Schengen-Association Agreements: Disclosure of personal data / a. To a third country or international body

Art. 355g 1bis. Judicial cooperation under the Schengen-Association Agreements: Disclosure of personal data / b. To a natural or legal person

Art. 356-361

Art. 362 1bis. Judicial cooperation under the Schengen-Association Agreements: Disclosure of personal data / 6. Notification in relation to pornography

Title Five: Notification of Offences against Minors

Art. 363

Art. 364 Right to report

Title Six: Register of Criminal Convictions

Art. 365 Purpose

Art. 366 Content

Art. 367 Processing of and access to data

Art. 368 Notice of information subject to registration

Art. 369 Removal of entries

Art. 370 Right to inspect

Art. 371 Extract from the register of convictions for private individuals

Title Seven: Execution of Sentences and Measures, Probation Assistance, Institutions and Facilities

Art. 372 1. Duty to execute sentences and measures

Art. 373 2. Monetary penalties, fines, costs and forfeitures. / Execution

Art. 374 2. Monetary penalties, fines, costs and forfeitures. / Right of disposal

Art. 375 3. Community service

Art. 376 4. Probation assistance

Art. 377 5. Institutions and facilities. / Duty of the cantons to establish and operate

Art. 378 5. Institutions and facilities. / Cooperation between the cantons

Art. 379 5. Institutions and facilities. / Licensing of private institutions

Art. 380 5. Institutions and facilities. / Allocation of costs

Title 7a:5 Liability in Cases of Discharge from Lifelong Incarceration

Art. 380a

Title Eight: Pardons, Amnesties, Re-opening of Cases

Art. 381 1. Pardons. / Jurisdiction

Art. 382 1. Pardons. / Pardon petition

Art. 383 1. Pardons. / Effects

Art. 384 2. Amnesties

Art. 385 3. Re-opening of cases

Title Nine: Preventive Measures, Supplementary Provisions and General Transitional Provisions

Art. 386 1. Preventive measures

Art. 387 2. Supplementary provisions of the Federal Council

Art. 388 3. General transitional provisions. / Execution of earlier judgments

Art. 389 3. General transitional provisions. / Limitation

Art. 390 3. General transitional provisions. / Offences prosecuted on complaint

Art. 391 4. Cantonal transitional provisions

Art. 392 5. Commencement of this Code

Final Provisions of the Amendment of 18 March 19716

Final Provisions of the Amendment of 13 December 20027

1. Execution of sentences

1 Article 46 applies to the revocation of the suspended execution of a sentence ordered under the previous law. The court may impose a monetary penalty (Art. 34–36) or community service (Art. 37–39) instead of a custodial sentence.

2 The secondary penalties imposed under the previous law of disqualification from holding public office (prev. Art. 518), revocation of parental authority and placing under guardianship (prev. Art. 539), expulsion due to conviction for an offence (prev. Art.. 5510), prohibition from entering premises licensed to sell alcohol (prev. Art.. 5611) are repealed when the new law comes into force.

3 The provisions of the new law on the execution of custodial sentences (Art. 74–85, 91 and 92) and on probation assistance, conduct orders and the voluntary social supervision (Art. 93–96) also apply to offenders who were convicted under the previous law.

2.12 Imposition and execution of measures

1 The provisions of the new law on measures (Art. 56–65) and on the execution of measures (Art. 90) also apply to offenders who committed an offence or were convicted before the new law comes into force. However the following also applies:

a.
The retrospective ordering of indefinite incarceration in accordance with Article 65 paragraph 2 is permitted only if indefinite incarceration would have been possible on the basis of Article 42 or 43 number 1 paragraph 2 of the previous law.
b.
The detention of young adults in a vocational training institution (Art. 100bis in its version of 18 March 197113) and any measure for young adults (Art. 61) may not be for a period in excess of four years.

2 Until twelve months at the latest after the new law comes into force, the court shall assess whether persons indefinitely incarcerated under Articles 42 or 43 number 1 paragraph 2 of the previous law fulfil the requirements for imposing a therapeutic measure (Art. 59–61 or 63). If they do, the court shall impose the relevant; if not, indefinite incarceration is continued in accordance with the new law.

3. Register of criminal convictions

1 The provisions of the new law on the register of criminal convictions (Art. 365–371) also apply to convictions under the previous law.

2 By six months at the latest after the new law comes into force, the competent authority shall ex officio remove entries relating to:

a.
educative measures (Art. 91 in its version of 18 March 197114), with the exception of those ordered on the basis of Article 91 number 2 in its version of 18 March 1971;
b.
special treatment (Art. 92 in its version of 18 March 1971);
c.
the obligation to perform work (Art. 95 in its version of 18 March 1971).15

3 Entries deleted under the previous law are no longer included in the extract from the register of convictions for private individuals.16

4. Institutions for the execution of measures

The cantons shall establish institutions for the implementation of measures under Articles 59 paragraph 3 and 64 paragraph 3 within ten years at the latest of these amendments coming into force.

Table of Contents

1. No penalty without a law Art. 1

2. Commencement of applicability of the Code Art. 2

Felonies or misdemeanours in Switzerland Art. 3

Felonies or misdemeanours against the state committed abroad Art. 4

Offences against minors abroad Art. 5

Offences committed abroad prosecuted in terms of an international obligation Art. 6

Other offences committed abroad Art. 7

Place of commission Art. 8

4. Personal scope of application Art. 9

Definition Art. 10

Commission by omission Art. 11

Definitions Art. 12

Error of fact Art. 13

Act permitted by law Art. 14

Legitimate self-defence Art. 15

Mitigatory self-defence Art. 16

Legitimate act in a situation of necessity Art. 17

Mitigatory act in a situation of necessity Art. 18

Absence of legal responsibility due to a mental disorder and diminished responsibility Art. 19

Doubt as to legal responsibility Art. 20

Error as to unlawfulness Art. 21

Criminal liability for attempts Art. 22

Withdrawal and active repentance Art. 23

Incitement Art. 24

Complicity Art. 25

Participation in a special offence Art. 26

Personal circumstances Art. 27

6. Criminal liability of the media Art. 28

Protection of sources Art. 28a

7. Agency relationships Art. 29

Right to file a complaint Art. 30

Time limit for filing a complaint Art. 31

Indivisibility Art. 32

Withdrawal of a complaint Art. 33

Assessment Art. 34

Execution Art. 35

Alternative custodial sentence Art. 36

Type of work Art. 37

Execution Art. 38

Conversion Art. 39

In general Art. 40

Short unsuspended custodial sentence Art. 41

1. Suspended sentences Art. 42

2. Partially suspended sentences Art. 43

Probationary period Art. 44

Successful completion of probation Art. 45

Breach of probation Art. 46

1. Principle Art. 47

Grounds Art. 48

Effect Art. 48a

3. Concurrent sentencing Art. 49

4. Obligation to justify Art. 50

5. Taking account of pre-trial detention Art. 51

No need for a penalty Art. 52

Reparation Art. 53

Effect on the offender of his act Art. 54

2. General provisions Art. 55

3. Discontinuation of proceedings. Spouse, registered partner, or partner as victim Art. 55a

1. Principles Art. 56

Concurrent measures Art. 56a

Relationship between measures and penalties Art. 57

Implementation Art. 58

Treatment of mental disorders Art. 59

Treatment of addiction Art. 60

Measures for young adults Art. 61

Parole Art. 62

Breach of probation Art. 62a

Final release Art. 62b

Termination of a measure Art. 62c

Consideration of release and the termination of measures Art. 62d

Requirements and implementation Art. 63

Termination of the measure Art. 63a

Execution of the suspended custodial sentence Art. 63b

Requirements and execution Art. 64

Revocation and release Art. 64a

Consideration of release Art. 64b

Consideration of release from indefinite incarceration and parole Art. 64c

5. Modification of the sanction Art. 65

1. Good behaviour bond Art. 66

2. Prohibition from practising a profession Art. 67

Implementation Art. 67a

3. Disqualification from driving Art. 67b

4. Publication of the judgment Art. 68

5. Forfeiture.

a. Forfeiture of dangerous objects Art. 69

b. Forfeiture of assets.

Principles Art. 70

Equivalent claim Art. 71

Forfeiture of assets of a criminal organisation Art. 72

6. Use for the benefit of the person harmed Art. 73

1. Principles Art. 74

Principles Art. 75

Special security measures Art. 75a

Place of execution Art. 76

Normal execution Art. 77

Day release employment and external accommodation Art. 77a

Semi-detention Art. 77b

Solitary confinement Art. 78

Form of execution of short custodial sentences Art. 79

Other forms of sentence execution Art. 80

Work Art. 81

Basic and advanced training Art. 82

Wages Art. 83

Relations with the outside world Art. 84

Searches and inspections Art. 85

Parole.

a. Granting of parole Art. 86

b. Probationary period Art. 87

c. Successful completion of probation Art. 88

d. Breach of probation Art. 89

3. Execution of measures Art. 90

Disciplinary regulations Art. 91

Interruption of execution Art. 92

Probation assistance Art. 93

Conduct orders Art. 94

General provisions Art. 95

Social assistance Art. 96

Periods Art. 97

Commencement Art. 98

Periods Art. 99

Commencement Art. 100

3. Exclusion from limitation Art. 101

Liability under the criminal law Art. 102

Art. 102a

Definition Art. 103

Application of the provisions of the First Part Art. 104

No or conditional applicability Art. 105

Fines Art. 106

Community service Art. 107

Art. 108

Limitation Art. 109

Art. 110

Intentional homicide Art. 111

Murder Art. 112

Manslaughter Art. 113

Homicide at the request of the victim Art. 114

Inciting and assisting suicide Art. 115

Infanticide Art. 116

Homicide through negligence Art. 117

Illegal abortion Art. 118

Legal abortion Art. 119

Contraventions by physicians Art. 120

Art. 121

Serious assault Art. 122

Common assault Art. 123

Female genital mutilation Art. 124

Assault through negligence Art. 125

Acts of aggression Art. 126

Abandonment Art. 127

Failure to offer aid in an emergency Art. 128

False alarm Art. 128bis

Endangering life Art. 129

Art. 130–132

Brawling Art. 133

Attack Art. 134

Representations of acts of violence Art. 135

Administering substances capable of causing injury to children Art. 136

Unlawful appropriation Art. 137

Misappropriation Art. 138

Theft Art. 139

Robbery Art. 140

Removal of property Art. 141

Unlawful use of financial assets Art. 141bis

Unlawful abstraction of energy Art. 142

Unauthorised obtaining of data Art. 143

Unauthorised access to a data processing system Art. 143bis

Criminal damage Art. 144

Damage to data Art. 144bis

Misappropriation and removal of property subject to a pledge or lien Art. 145

Fraud Art. 146

Computer fraud Art. 147

Misuse of a cheque card or credit card Art. 148

Making off from a hotel, restaurant or bar without payment Art. 149

Obtaining a service without payment Art. 150

Production and marketing of equipment for the unauthorised decoding of encoded services Art. 150bis

Maliciously causing financial loss to another Art. 151

False statements about commercial business Art. 152

False statements to the commercial register authorities Art. 153

Art. 154

Counterfeiting of goods Art. 155

Extortion Art. 156

Profiteering Art. 157

Criminal mismanagement Art. 158

Misuse of salary deductions Art. 159

Handling stolen goods Art. 160

Exploitation of the knowledge of confidential information Art. 161

Price manipulation Art. 161bis

2. Breach of manufacturing or trade secrecy Art. 162

Fraudulent bankruptcy and fraud against seizure Art. 163

Reduction of assets to the prejudice of creditors Art. 164

Mismanagement Art. 165

Failure to keep proper accounts Art. 166

Undue preference to creditors Art. 167

Subornation in enforcement proceedings Art. 168

Disposal of seized assets Art. 169

Obtaining a judicial composition agreement by fraud Art. 170

Judicial composition agreement Art. 171

Revocation of bankruptcy Art. 171bis

... Art. 172

Combination of a custodial sentence with a monetary penalty Art. 172bis

Minor offences against property Art. 172ter

Defamation Art. 173

Wilful defamation Art. 174

Defamation of a deceased person or of a person missing presumed dead Art. 175

General provision Art. 176

Insult Art. 177

Limitation Art. 178

Breach of the privacy of a sealed document Art. 179

Listening in on and recording the conversations of others Art. 179bis

Unauthorised recording of conversations Art. 179ter

Breach of secrecy or privacy through the use of an image-carrying device Art. 179quater

Legal recordings Art. 179quinquies

Marketing and promotion of devices for unlawful listening or sound or image recording Art. 179sexies

Misuse of a telecommunications installation Art. 179septies

Official surveillance, exempted acts Art. 179octies

Obtaining personal data without authorisation Art. 179novies

Threatening behaviour Art. 180

Coercion Art. 181

Trafficking in human beings Art. 182

False imprisonment and abduction Art. 183

Aggravating circumstances Art. 184

Hostage taking Art. 185

Unlawful entry Art. 186

Sexual acts with children Art. 187

Sexual acts with dependent persons Art. 188

Indecent assault Art. 189

Rape Art. 190

Sexual acts with persons incapable of judgement or resistance Art. 191

Sexual acts with persons in institutional care, prisoners and persons on remand Art. 192

Exploitation of a person in a position of need or dependency Art. 193

Indecent conduct Art. 194

Encouraging prostitution Art. 195

Art. 196

4. Pornography Art. 197

Sexual harassment Art. 198

Unauthorised practice of prostitution Art. 199

6. Joint commission Art. 200

Art. 201–212

Incest Art. 213

Art. 214

Bigamy Art. 215

Art. 216

Neglect of duty to support the family Art. 217

Art. 218

Neglect of duties of care, supervision or education Art. 219

Abduction of minors Art. 220

Arson Art. 221

Negligent arson Art. 222

Causing an explosion Art. 223

Misuse of explosives and toxic gases with criminal intent Art. 224

Misuse of explosives or toxic gases without criminal intent or through negligence Art. 225

Manufacture, concealment and transport of explosives and toxic gases Art. 226

Causing danger by means of nuclear energy, radioactivity or ionising radiation Art. 226bis

Preparatory offences Art. 226ter

Causing a flood, collapse or landslide Art. 227

Criminal damage to electrical installations, and hydraulic or protective structures Art. 228

Violation of construction regulations Art. 229

Removal or non-installation of safety devices Art. 230

Causing danger by means of genetically modified or pathogenic organisms Art. 230bis

Transmission of human diseases Art. 231

Transmission of an epizootic disease Art. 232

Propagation of harmful parasites Art. 233

Contamination of drinking water Art. 234

Production of harmful animal feed Art. 235

Marketing of harmful animal feed Art. 236

Disruption of public traffic Art. 237

Disruption of rail traffic Art. 238

Disruption of public services Art. 239

Counterfeiting money Art. 240

Falsification of money Art. 241

Passing or tendering counterfeit money Art. 242

Imitation of bank notes, coins or official stamps without intent to commit forgery Art. 243

Import, acquisition and storage of counterfeit money Art. 244

Forgery of official stamps Art. 245

Forgery of official marks Art. 246

Counterfeiting equipment and unlawful use of equipment Art. 247

Falsification of weights and measures Art. 248

Forfeiture Art. 249

Foreign currency and stamps Art. 250

Forgery of a document Art. 251

Forgery of certificates Art. 252

Obtaining a false certificate by fraud Art. 253

Suppression of documents Art. 254

Official foreign documents Art. 255

Moving of boundary markers Art. 256

Removal of survey points and water level indicators Art. 257

Causing fear and alarm among the general public Art. 258

Public incitement to commit a felony or act of violence Art. 259

Rioting Art. 260

Acts preparatory to the commission of an offence Art. 260bis

Criminal organisation Art. 260ter

Endangering public safety with weapons Art. 260quater

Financing terrorism Art. 260quinquies

Attack on the freedom of faith and the freedom to worship Art. 261

Racial discrimination Art. 261bis

Disturbing the peace of the dead Art. 262

Committing an offence while in a state of voluntarily induced mental incapacity Art. 263

Genocide Art. 264

Crimes against humanity Art. 264a

1. Scope of application Art. 264b

2. Serious violations of the Geneva Conventions Art. 264c

a. Attacks on civilians and civilian objects Art. 264d

b. Unjustified medical treatment, violation of sexual rights and human dignity Art. 264e

c. Recruitment and use of child soldiers Art. 264f

d. Prohibited methods of warfare Art. 264g

e. Use of prohibited weapons Art. 264h

4. Violation of a ceasefire or peace agreement. Offences against a peace negotiator. Delayed repatriation of prisoners of war Art. 264i

5. Other violations of international humanitarian law Art. 264j

Criminal liability of superiors Art. 264k

Acting on orders Art. 264l

Acts carried out abroad Art. 264m

Exclusion of relative immunity Art. 264n

High treason Art. 265

Attacks on the independence of the Confederation Art. 266

Foreign operations and activities directed against the security of Switzerland Art. 266bis

Diplomatic treason Art. 267

Moving of national boundary markers Art. 268

Violation of Swiss territorial sovereignty Art. 269

Attacks on Swiss national emblems Art. 270

Unlawful activities on behalf of a foreign state Art. 271

Political espionage Art. 272

Industrial espionage Art. 273

Military espionage Art. 274

Attacks on the constitutional order Art. 275

Subversive propaganda Art. 275bis

Unlawful association Art. 275ter

Incitement and inducement to violate military duties Art. 276

Forgery of military orders or instructions Art. 277

Disruption of military service Art. 278

Disruption and obstruction of elections and votes Art. 279

Attacks on the right to vote Art. 280

Corrupt electoral practices Art. 281

Electoral fraud Art. 282

Vote catching Art. 282bis

Breach of voting secrecy Art. 283

Art. 284

Violence and threats against public authorities and public officials Art. 285

Prevention of an official act Art. 286

Usurpation of office Art. 287

Art. 288

Removal of seized property Art. 289

Breaking the seals Art. 290

Breach of an expulsion order Art. 291

Contempt of official orders Art. 292

Publication of secret official proceedings Art. 293

Breach of a prohibition from practising a profession Art. 294

Art. 295

Insulting a foreign state Art. 296

Insulting an international organisation Art. 297

Attacks on the national emblems of a foreign state Art. 298

Violation of foreign territorial sovereignty Art. 299

Hostility towards a country at war or foreign troops Art. 300

Military espionage against a foreign state Art. 301

Prosecution Art. 302

False accusation Art. 303

Misleading the judicial authorities Art. 304

Assisting offenders Art. 305

Money laundering Art. 305bis

Insufficient diligence in financial transactions and right to report Art. 305ter

Perjury by a party to civil proceedings Art. 306

Perjury. Perjury by an expert witness. False translation Art. 307

Mitigation of the sentence Art. 308

Administrative cases and proceedings before international courts Art. 309

Assisting prisoners to escape Art. 310

Prison mutiny Art. 311

Abuse of public office Art. 312

Overcharging of taxes Art. 313

Misconduct in public office Art. 314

Art. 315–316

Forgery of a document by a public official Art. 317

Exempted acts Art. 317bis

Issuing a false medical certificate Art. 318

Assistance by a public official in the escape of prisoners Art. 319

Breach of official secrecy Art. 320

Breach of professional confidentiality Art. 321

Breach of professional confidentiality in medical research Art. 321bis

Breach of postal or telecommunications secrecy Art. 321ter

Breach of the media duty to provide information Art. 322

Failure to prevent an illegal publication Art. 322bis

Bribery Art. 322ter

Acceptance of bribes Art. 322quater

Granting an advantage Art. 322quinquies

Acceptance of an advantage Art. 322sexies

2. Bribery of foreign public officials Art. 322septies

3. General provisions Art. 322octies

Failure of a debtor to comply with the regulations governing Debt Enforcement and Bankruptcy proceedings Art. 323

Failure of third parties to comply with the regulations governing debt collection, bankruptcy and composition proceedings Art. 324

Failure to comply with accounting regulations Art. 325

Failure to comply with the regulations governing the protection of tenants of domestic and commercial properties Art. 325bis

Application to legal entities, trading companies and sole proprietorships

1. ... Art. 326

2. In cases falling under Article 325bis Art. 326bis

Contravention of the law on business and other names Art. 326ter

Provision of false information by an employee benefits institution Art. 326quater

Art. 327

Reproduction of postage stamps without intent to commit forgery Art. 328

Breach of military secrecy Art. 329

Trading in material requisitioned by the armed forces Art. 330

Unauthorised wearing of the military uniform Art. 331

Failure to report a find Art. 332

Application of the General Provisions to other federal acts Art. 333

Reference to repealed provisions Art. 334

Cantonal acts Art. 335

Art. 336-338

Art. 339-348

1. ... Art. 349

2. Cooperation with INTERPOL.

a. Jurisdiction Art. 350

b. Tasks Art. 351

c. Data protection Art. 352

d. Financial aid and other payments Art. 353

3. Cooperation in connection with the identification of persons Art. 354

4. Art. 355

5. Cooperation with Europol

a. Exchange of data Art. 355a

b. Extension of mandate Art. 355b

5bis. Cooperation under the Schengen Association Agreement. Jurisdiction Art. 355c

5ter. … Art. 355d

5quater. SIRENE Office Art. 355e

a. To a third country or international body Art. 355f

b. To a natural or legal person Art. 355g

Art. 356-361

6. Notification in relation to pornography Art. 362

Duty to notify Art. 363

Right to report Art. 364

Purpose Art. 365

Content Art. 366

Processing of and access to data Art. 367

Notice of information subject to registration Art. 368

Removal of entries Art. 369

Right to inspect Art. 370

Extract from the register of convictions for private individuals Art. 371

1. Duty to execute sentences and measures Art. 372

Execution Art. 373

Right of disposal Art. 374

3. Community service Art. 375

4. Probation assistance Art. 376

Duty of the cantons to establish and operate Art. 377

Cooperation between the cantons Art. 378

Licensing of private institutions Art. 379

Allocation of costs Art. 380

Art. 380a

Jurisdiction Art. 381

Pardon petition Art. 382

Effects Art. 383

2. Amnesties Art. 384

3. Re-opening of cases Art. 385

1. Preventive measures Art. 386

2. Supplementary provisions of the Federal Council Art. 387

Execution of earlier judgments Art. 388

Limitation Art. 389

Offences prosecuted on complaint Art. 390

4. Cantonal transitional provisions Art. 391

5. Commencement of this Code Art. 392


1 Amended by No III of the Federal Act of 13 Dec. 2002, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (AS 2006 3459 3535; BBl 1999 1979).
2 Repealed by Annex 1 No II 8 of the Criminal Procedure Code of 5 Oct. 2007, with effect from 1 Jan. 2011 (AS 2010 1881; BBl 2006 1085).
3 Repealed by Annex 1 No II 8 of the Criminal Procedure Code of 5 Oct. 2007, with effect from 1 Jan. 2011 (AS 2010 1881; BBl 2006 1085).
4 Amended by Annex 1 No II 8 of the Criminal Procedure Code of 5 Oct. 2007, in force since 1 Jan. 2011 (AS 2010 1881; BBl 2006 1085).
5 Inserted by No I of the Federal Act of 21 Dec. 2007 (Indefinite Incarceration of Extremely Dangerous Offenders), in force since 1 Aug. 2008 (AS 2008 2961 2964; BBl 2006 889).
6 Federal Act of 18 March 1971, in force since 1 July 1971 (AS 1971 777 807; BBl 1965 I 561) and for Art. 49 No 4 para. 2, 82–99, 370, 372, 373, 379 No 1 para. 2, 385 and 391 in force since 1 Jan. 1974 (AS 1973 1840). Repealed by No IV of the Federal Act of 13 Dec. 2002, with effect from 1 Jan. 2007 (AS 2006 3459 3535; BBl 1999 1979).
7 AS 2006 3459 3535; BBl 1999 1979
8 AS 1971 777
9 BS 3 203
10 AS 1951 1
11 BS 3 203
12 Amended by No I of the Federal Act of 24 March 2006 (Revision of the Law on Sanctions and the Register of Convictions), in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (AS 2006 3539 3544; BBl 2005 4689).
13 AS 1971 777
14 AS 1971 777
15 Amended by No I of the Federal Act of 24 March 2006 (Revision of the Law on Sanctions and the Register of Convictions), in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (AS 2006 3539 3544; BBl 2005 4689).
16 Inserted by No I of the Federal Act of 24 March 2006 (Revision of the Law on Sanctions and the Register of Convictions), in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (AS 2006 3539 3544; BBl 2005 4689).

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