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so testifying, except for perjury in giving such testimony, and he shall not be liable thereafter to prosecution by indictment, information, or presentment, or to prosecution nor punishment for the offense with reference to which his testimony was given, or for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which he may have testified or produced evidence, documentary or otherwise.

No such person shall be exempt from indictment, presentment by information, prosecution or punishment for the offense with reference to which he may have testified as aforesaid, or for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which he may have testified as aforesaid, or produced evidence, documentary or otherwise, where sueh person so testifying or so producing evidence, documentary or otherwise, does so voluntarily, or when such person so testifying or so producing evidence fails to ask to be excused from testifying or so producing evidence, on the ground that his testimony or such evidence, documentary or otherwise, may incriminate himself, but in all such cases, the testimony or evidence, documentary or otherwise, so given may be used in any criminal prosecution or proceeding against the person so testifying or producing such evidence, documentary or otherwise.

Any person shall be deemed to have asked to be excused from testify. ing or producing evidence, documentary or otherwise, under this section, unless before any testimony is given or evidence, documentary or otherwise, is produced by such a witness, the judge, foreman or other person presiding at such trial, hearing, proceeding or investigation, shall distinctly read this section of this code to such witness, and the form of the objection by the witness shall be immaterial, if he in substance makes objection that his testimony or the production of such evidence, documentary or otherwise, may incriminate himself, and he shall not be obliged to object to each question, but one objection shall be sufficient to protect such witness from prosecution for any offense concerning which he may testify, or for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which he may testify or produce evidence, docu. mentary or otherwise, upon such trial, hearing, proceeding or investigation. (New section approved March 24, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 485.) $ 1329.

Citations. App. 14/118. § 1330.

Citations. App. 14/118. § 1367.

Citations. Cal. 157/190. § 1373.

Citations. Oal. 157/190. $ 1382.

Citations. Cal. 155/170. App 18/215, 216.

§ 1385.

Citations. App. 9/49; 11/472, 474, 476. $ 1387.

Citations. App. 9/49; 11/474, 475; 14/125, § 1388.

Citations. Cal. 157/767. § 1390.

Citations. App. 9/541; 18/540, 541, § 1391.

Citations. App. 13/540, 541. § 1392.

Citations. App. 9/541; 18/541. § 1393.

Citations. App. 9/541; 18/540, 641. $ 1394.

Citations. App. 9/541; 18/540. $ 1395.

Citations. App. 9/541; 18/540. § 1396.

Citations. App. 9/541, 542, 543; 18/540.

$ 1397.

Citations. App. 9/541. § 1404.

Citations. App. 14/453. § 1408.

Citations. App. 12/585, 587, 594. § 1409.

Citations. App. 12/585, 587, 594. § 1413.

Citations. App. 12/585. § 1425.

Citations. Cal. 158/497. App. 12/486, 487, 488. § 1426.

Citations. Cal. 155/588, App. 10/514; 11/368.

§ 1426a.

Citations. Cal. 155/587. § 1427.

Citations. Cal. 155/588. § 1428.

Citations. App. 12/480. § 1431.

Citations. App. 18/455. § 1455.

Citations. App. 8/871. § 1484.

Citations. App. 10/125, 180. $ 1486.

Citations. App. 9/698. § 1487.

Citations. App. 9/264; (subd. 7) 8/421; 9/698. § 1524.

Citations. App. (subd. 1) 12/585. § 1527.

Citations. App. :2; 584, § 1536.

Citations. App. 12/585.
Moneys received at San Quentin or Folsom.

$ 1581. All moneys received or collected by the warden of San Quentin prison shall be reported to the state controller on the first day of each and every month in such form as the controller may require, and, at the same time, shall, on the order of the controller, be paid into the state treasury to the credit of “the prison fund of San Quentin prison," except so much thereof as shall be necessary to be paid into the jute revolving fund as required by the provisions of an act of the legislature, approved March 9, 1885, and the acts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto. All money received or collected by the warden of Folsom prison shall be reported to the state controller on the first day of each and every month, in such form as the controller may require, and at the same time shall be paid into the state treasury to the credit of the Folsom state prison fund ex'epting so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the expenses and money allowed discharged prisoners under the provisions of this title, The wardens shall require vouchers

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for all moneys by them expended, and safely keep the same on file in
their respective offices at the prisons. For all sums of money required
to be paid other than for the uses above named, as well as for said
uses when there is not sufficient money in the hands of the warden,
drafts shall be drawn on the controller of state, signed by at least three
of the directors, and the controller of state shall draw his warrant on
the state treasurer, who shall pay the same out of any moneys belonging
to the state prison funds, or appropriated for the use or support of
the state prisons. The amount of all money retained by the
dens, and the aggregate amount paid out, shall be reported quarterly
to the controller of state and the proper entries shall be made on the
controller's books. (Amendment approved February 28, 1911; Stats.
1911, p. 91.]
§ 1588.

Citations. App. 13/400.
Care of female prisoners in county jails.

§ 1616. Whenever any female prisoner or prisoners are confined in any county jail in the state, and no regular jail matron has been appointed, there shall be designated by the sheriff some suitable woman who shall have immediate care of such female prisoner or prisoners. Such female prisoners shall be so kept that they cannot see or be seen by, or converse with, any male prisoners confined in said jail, and it shall be unlawful for any male officer or jailer to search the person of any female prisoner, or to enter into the room or cell occupied by any female prisoner, except in the company of such matron or woman having the care of such female prisoner. [New section approved April 15, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 924.]

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§ 8.

Citations. App. 10/797.
Holidays. Saturday half-holiday. Public schools.

§ 10. Holidays, within the meaning of this code, are every Sunday, the first day of January, twelfth day of February, to be known as Lin. coln day, twenty-second day of February, thirtieth day of May, fourth day of July, ninth day of September, first Monday in September, twelfth day of October, to be known as “Columbus day," twenty-fifth day of December, every day on which an election is held throughout the state, and every day appointed by the President of the United States or by the governor of this state for a public fast, thanksgiving or holiday.

If the first day of January, twelfth day of February, twenty-second day of February, the thirtieth day of May, the fourth day of July, the ninth day of September, the twelfth day of October, or the twenty-fifth day of December falls upon a Sunday, the Monday following is a holiday.

Every Saturday from twelve o'clock noon until twelve o'clock midnight is a holiday as regards the transaction of business in the public offices of this state, and also in political divisions thereof where laws, ordinances or charters provide that public offices shall be closed on holidays; this shall not be construed to prevent or invalidate the issu. anee, filing, service, execution or recording of any legal process or written instrument whatever on such Saturday afternoon; and provided. further, that the public schools of this state shall close on Saturday, Sunday, the first day of January, the thirtieth day of May, the fourth day of July, the twenty-fifth day of December and on every day ap. pointed by the President of the United States or the governor of this 11

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