Daf 2: A person is prohibited from “exchanging” a consecrated animal (for the Temple) for a non-consecrated one. However, if he does, the second animal also becomes consecrated and the sinner is lashed.
Daf 3: R’ Yehuda in the name of Rav: One is liable for any prohibition of the Torah where one committed an act. If he did not commit an act (speaking is not generally considered an act), he is exempt. R’ Yosi the Gallilean: except for oaths, “exchanging” and cursing.
Daf 4: If one transgressed a prohibition that is connected to a commandment that one performs, he does not receive lashes for it.