A wife was convicted of larceny of her husband's property. Upon appeal from an order denying a new trial, held that the order be reversed: The Married Woman's Act, reading, "every married woman shall receive the same protection of all her rights as a woman which her husband does as a man," does not so change the common law unity of spouses that a wife stealing from her husband is included under the comprehensive terms of the larceny statute. State v. Arnold, 182 Minn. 313, 235 N.W. 373 (1931).