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 whether the exercise of that conduct causes harm to others, finds
 precedent in crimes against property° Mill_s maxim of '_harm to
 another" is reflected in the following definitions of common law
 crimes against property:
 "VLarceny W is the felonious stealing, taking, carrying,
 leading, or driving away the personal property of anoth_ro.."
 PeQple v. Clears4, 81 P. 753, 1 Calo Appo 50 (1905) (emphasis
 added) .
 "'Robbery _ is the felonious taking of personal property in
 the possession of another from his person or immediate presence
 and against his will, accomplished by means of force or fear_
 People v. Hall, 61 Calo Rptro 676r 253 Cal. App..2d 1051 (emphasis
 added); !_hitlev_ v. Cunninqham, 135 SoEo2d 823, 827, 205 Va_ 2Si
 (1964) o
 "_Malicious mischief _ is defined°° .to be any malicious or
 mischievous physical injury to the rights or property 9_f another
 or those of the public in general o '_ StateLy° Fo_gte_ 42 A. 488_
 490, 71 Conno 737 (1899) (emphasis added°); People v. Petheron,
 31 NoW. 188f 193r 64 Mich. 252 (1887) o
 "'Burglary _ at co_on law is breaking and entering into the
 dwelling house Pf another in the nighttime with the intent to
 commit a felony°" Commonwealth v. Lewis, 191 NE 2d 753, 756f
 346 Mass° 373 (1963) (emphasis added) ° _'In order for one to commit
 the crime of 'burglary_ _ he must interfere with the property

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