1. That the offender employs violence or threats, in such a degree
   as to compel or force the laborers or employers in the free and
   legal exercise of their industry or work; and
2. That the purpose is to organize, maintain or prevent coalitions
   of capital or labor, strike of laborers or lockout of employees.
3. If the act shall not constitute a more serious offense.

The act should not be a more serious offense. If death or some
serious physical injuries are caused in an effort to curtail
the exercise of the rights of the laborers and employers,
the act should be punished in accordance with the other provisions
of the Code.

Peaceful picketing is not prohibited.

Threats made or violence employed by picketers may make them liable
for coercion.