There are several authorities that can be consulted when researching various issues under the National Stolen Property Act. They include:
- 41 A.L.R. 231 - Genuine Making of Instrument for Purpose of Defrauding as Constituting Forgery.
- 87 A.L.R. 1169 - Filling in Terms Other Than Authorized in Paper Executed with Blanks, as Forgery.
- 91 L.Ed. 371 - Transportation or Causing to be Transported Within the Meaning of the National Stolen Property Act.
- 4 A.L.R.Fed. 793 - What Constitutes A "Falsely Made, Forged, Altered, or Counterfeited" Security Within Meaning of 18 U.S.C. § 2314, Making Transportation of Such Securities a Criminal Offense.
- 6 A.L.R.Fed. 194 - What are "Goods, Wares, Merchandise or Securities" Within Meaning of 18 U.S.C. § 2314, Making Transportation of Stolen Goods a Criminal Offense.
- 15 A.L.R.Fed. 336 - Determination of Value of Stolen Property Within Meaning of Provisions of 1 8 U.S.C. § 2314 Proscribing Interstate or Foreign Transportation of Stolen Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Securities, or Money of Value of $5,000 or More.
- 45 A.L.R.Fed. 527 - Sufficiency Of Evidence To Satisfy "Interstate Or Foreign Commerce" Requirement of 18 U.S.C. § 2315, Making Sale or Receipt of Stolen Goods, Securities, Money, or Fraudulent Tax Stamps Criminal Offense.
- 48 A.L.R.Fed. 570 - Necessity In Prosecution Under 18 U.S.C. § 2314 for Interstate Transportation of Securities Obtained by Fraud That Specific Securities Have Moved in Interstate Commerce.
- Devitt and Blackmar, Federal Jury Practice and Instructions, (3d ed.), Chapter 45, Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property-Motor Vehicle (Dyer Act, etc.) (U.S.C. §§ 2312, 2314, 2315).
[cited in USAM 9-61.200]
Updated June 9, 2015