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109. Any person who willfully assists any paroled prisoner whose parole has been revoked, any escape, any prisoner confined in any prison or jail, or any inmate of any public training school or reformatory, or any person in the lawful custody of any officer or person, to escape, or in an attempt to escape from such prison or jail, or public training school or reformatory, or custody, is punishable as provided in section one hundred and eight of the Penal Code. 1907-271.
109a. Any person who wilfully assists any inmate of state hospital to escape, or in an attempt to escape therefrom, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1917-275.
110. Every person who carries or sends into a prison, jail, public training school, or reformatory, anything useful to aid a prisoner or inmate in making his escape, with intent thereby to facilitate the escape of any prisoner or inmate confined therein, is punishable as provided in section one hundred and eight. 1905—647.
111. Whenever a trial is had of any person under any of the provisions of sections one hundred and five and one hundred and six, and whenever a convict in the state prison is tried for any crime committed therein, the county clerk of the county where such trial is had must make out a statement of all the costs incurred by the county for the trial of such case, and of guarding and keeping such convict, and of the execution of the sentence of such convict, properly certified to by a judge of the superior court of such county, which statement must be sent to the board of state prison directors for their approval; and after such approval, said board must cause the amount of such costs to be paid out of the money appropriated for the support of the state prison, to the county treasurer of the county where such trial was had. 1905-774.
Forging, Stealing, Mutilating, and Falsifying Judicial and Public
Records and Documents
113. Destruction, public rec- 115. Offering false or forged ords, by officers.
instruments for record. 114. Larceny, etc., by other 116. Adding names, etc., jury persons.
117. Falsifying jury lists, etc. 113. Every officer having the custody of any record, map, or book, or any paper or proceeding of any court, filed or deposited in any public office, or placed in his hands for any purpose, who is guilty of stealing, willfully destroying, multilating, defacing, altering or falsifying, removing or secreting the whole or any part of such record, map, book, paper, or proceeding, or who permits any other person so to do, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not less than one nor more than fourteen years.
114. Every person not an officer such as is referred to in the preceding section, who is guilty of any of the acts specified in that section, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not exceeding five years, or in a county jail not exceeding one year, or by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, or by both.
115. Every person who knowingly procures or offers any false or forged instrument to be filed, registered, or recorded in any public office within this state, which instrument, if genuine, might be filed, or registered, or recorded under any law of this state or of the United States, is guilty of a felony.
116. Every person who adds any names to the list of persons selected to serve as jurors for the county, either by placing the same in the jury-box, or otherwise, or extracts any name therefrom, or destroys the jury-box or any of the pieces of paper containing the names of jurors, or mutilates or defaces such names so that the same cannot be read, or changes such names on the pieces of paper, except in cases allowed by law, is guilty of a felony.
1874–425. 117. Every officer or person required by law to certify to the list of persons selected as jurors who maliciously, corruptly, or willfully certifies to a false or incorrect list, or a list containing other names than those selected, or who, being required by law to write down the names placed on the certified lists on separate pieces of paper, does not write down and place in the jury-box the same names that are on the certified list, and no more and no less than are on such list, is guilty of a felony.
Perjury and Subornation of Perjury 118. Perjury, defined.
124. Taking depositions, etc. 118a. False affidavits, when 125. Statement of facts unpunished.
known to be true. 119. Oath, defined.
126. Punishment for perjury. 120. Oath of office.
127. Subornation of perjury 121. Irregularity administer- 128. Procuring execution ining oath.
nocent person. 122. Incompetency of witness 129. False return, when perno defense.
jury. 123. Witness, knowledge, ma
teriality, testimony un-
118. Every person who, having taken an oath that he will testify, declare, depose, or certify truly before any competent tribunal, officer, or person, in any of the cases in which such an oath may by law be administered, willfully and contrary to such oath, states as true any material matter which he knows to be false, is guilty of perjury.
118a. Any person who, in any affidavit taken before any person authorized to administer oaths, swears, affirms, declares, deposes, or certifies that he will testify, declare, depose, or certify before any competent tribunal, officer, or person, in any case then pending or thereafter to be instituted, in any particular manner, or to any particuler fact, and in such affidavit willfully and contrary to such oath states as true any material matter which he knows to be false, is guilty of perjury. In any prosecution under this section, the subsequent testimony of such person, in any action involving the matters in such affidavit contained, which is contrary to any of the matters in such affidavit contained, shall be prima facie evidence that the matters in such affidavit were false. 1905648.
119. The term "oath," as used in the last two sections, includes an affirmation and every other mode authorized by law of attesting the truth of that which is stated. 1905-648.
120. So much of an oath of office as relates to the future performance of official duties is not such an oath as is intended by the two preceding sections.
121. It is no defense to a prosecution for perjury that the oath was administered or taken in an irregular manner, or that the person accused of perjury did not go before, or was not in the presence of, the officer purporting to administer the oath, if such accused caused or procured such officer to certify that the oath had been taken or administered. 1905-648.
122. It is no defense to a prosecution for perjury that the accused was not competent to give the testimony, deposition, or certificate of which falsehood is alleged. It is sufficient that he did give such testimony of make such deposition or certificate.
123. It is no defense to a prosecution for perjury that the accused did not know the materiality of the false statement made by him; or that it did not, in fact, affect the proceeding in or for which it was made. It is sufficient that it was m rial, and might have been used to affect such proceeding.
124. The making of a deposition, affidavit or certificate is deemed to be complete, within the provisions of this chapter, from the time when it is delivered by the accused to any other person, with the intent that it be uttered or published as true. 1905–648.
125. An unqualified statement of that of which one does not know to be true is equivalent to a statement of that which one knows to be false.
126. Perjury is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not less than one nor more than fourteen years.
127. Every person who willfully procures another person to commit perjury is guilty of subornation of perjury, and is punishable in the same manner as he would be if personally guilty of the perjury so procured.
128. Every person who, by willful perjury or subornation of perjury, procures the conviction and execution of any innocent person, is punishable by death.
129. Every person who, being required by law to make any return, statement, or report, under oath, willfully makes and delivers any such return, statement, or report, purporting to be under oath, knowing the same to be false in any particular, is guilty of perjury, whether such oath was in fact taken or not. 1905–649.
Falsifying Evidence. 132. Offering false evidence. 136. Preventing witness at133. Deceiving a witness.
tending trial. 134. Preparing false evidence. 137. Bribing witnesses. 135. Destroying evidence. 138. Taking
bribes. 132. Every person who upon any trial, proceeding, inquiry, or investigation whatever, authorized or permitted by law, offers in evidence, as genuine or true, any book, paper, document, record, or other instrument in writing, knowing the same to have been forged or fraudulently altered or antedated, is guilty of a felony.
133. Every person who practices any fraud or deceit, or knowingly makes or exhihits any false statement, representation, token, or writing, to any witness or person about to be called as a witness upon any trial, proceeding, inquiry, or investigation whatever, authorized by law, with intent to affect the testimony of such witness, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
134. Every person guilty of preparing any false or antedated book, paper, record, instrument in writing, or other matter or thing, with intent to produce it, or allow it to be produced for any fraudulent or deceitful purpose, as genuine or true, upon any trial, proceeding, or inquiry whatever, authorized by law, is guilty of felony.
135. Every person who, knowing that any book, paper, record, instrument in writing, or other matter or thing, is about to be produced in evidence upon any trial, inquiry, or investigation whatever, authorized by law, willfully destroys or conceals the same, with intent thereby to prevent it from being produced, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
136. Every person who willfully prevents or dissuades any person who is or may become a witness, from attending upon any trial, proceeding, or inquiry, authorized by law, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
137. Every person who gives or offers, or promises to give, to any witness, or person about to be called as a witness, any bribe, upon any understanding or agreement that the testimony of such witness shall be thereby influenced, or who attempts by any other means fraudulently to induce any person to give false or withhold true testimony, is guilty of a felony. 1874–425.
138. Every person who is a witness, or about to be called as such, who receives, or offers to receive, any bribe, upon any understanding that his testimony shall be influenced thereby, or that he will absent himself from the trial or proceeding upon which his testimony is required. is guilty of a felony. 1874–425.