||127 Sec 54. If any person falsely personate, or repre^ sent another, 'and in such assumed character receive anytlun* money or property intended to. be delivered to the party so personated, with intent to convert the same to his ownShali he l!u. use, he is guilty of larceny, and shall be punished accord-ceny. ingly. Sec. 55. If any person come by finding, to the pos-Pl°Peily foim<1 /. i /? i . , , i r t if findermikf* session or any personal •property, of which he knows theUse. owner, and unlawfully appropriate the same, or any part thereof, to his use. he is guilty of larceny, and shall bePenait> punished accordingly. Sec 56. If any officer entrusted with the collection,®fmbob^Jef™«^ safe keeping, transfer, or disbursement of the public funds, unlawfully convert them, or any part thereof to his own use, every such act is an embezzlement of so much as is thus taken, converted, used, or unaccounted for, and the person so offending shall be punished by imprisonment not . exceeding five years, and fined in a sum equal to the amount embezzled. And moreover, he is for ever after disqualified from holding any office under the laws of this Territory. Sec. 57 If any other person to whom any money, goods. Embezzlement or other property which may be the subject of larceny0' other itr°P has been entrusted as clerk, agent, or carrier, embezzle, or fraudulenly convert to his own use, any such money,s^i boi&rcr goods, or other property, he is guilty of larceny, andshalW-be punished accordingly. Sec. 58. If any -person buy, receive, or aid in con"^^7>,pt,?nf cealing any stolen money, goojls, or any property, the stealing of which is declared to be larceny, or property obtained by robbery or burglary, knowing the same was so obtained, he shall be punished by imprisonment, notmorepenally than five years, or fine not more than five hundred dollars, or both fine and imprisonment, at the discretion of the Court. Sec. 59. If any person having been before convicted of larceny, afterwards commit another larceny, and bes.ecWi<J eoh\i.' thereof convicted; or if any person at the same term oishanbe deem Court is convicted of, as principal or as accessory after^lJffomB1°n the fact in three distinct larcenies, he is deemed a common and notorious thief, and shall be punished by impris-pen&Uy.