In People v. Vedder (98 N.Y. 630, 632) our Court of Appeals clearly held: "It is quite clear that the woman spoken of in the statute is not regarded as one of the persons who could be guilty of the crime described in the 294th section [Now Penal Law, Section 80] and that she could not, therefore, be indicted under that section.Summary of this case from People v. Lovell
Argued January 19, 1885
Decided February 3, 1885
J.H. Clute for appellant.
D. Cady Herrick, district attorney, for respondent.
RUGER, Ch. J., reads for affirmance.