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cases, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of said office. If said bonds are furnished by a surety company licensed to transact business in the State of California, the premium thereon shall be paid out of the county treasury.
The adult probation officer may appoint as many additional deputies as he may desire; provided, however, that such deputies shall not have authority to act until their appointment shall be approved by a majority vote of the adult probation board and by a majority vote of the judges presiding in the departments designated for the hearing and disposition of criminal cases. The term of office of such deputies shall expire with the term of the adult probation officer making such appointment, but the adult probation officer may at any time in his discretion revoke and terminate such appoinment. Such deputies, except as herein provided, shall serve without compensation. Board of supervisors of cities and counties and of counties having a population of more than three hundred thousand and not operating under a freeholder's charter, shall provide and maintain at the expense of such county or city and county in a location in the vicinity of the county jail suitable offices and quarters for the adult probation officer. Nothing contained in this subdivision shall apply to the offenses defined by section twenty-one of the said juvenile court law and by section two hundred seventy of the Penal Code.
(h.) Whenever any person is released upon probation under the provisions of this act, the case may be transferred to any court of the same rank in any other county, or city and county, of this state in which such person resides, or to which such person may remove, and such court shall thereupon commit such person to the care and custody of the probation officer of the county, or city and county to which such person has been transferred; such court shall there after have entire jurisdiction over such case, with like power to make transfer whenever to such court such transfer may seen proper.
(i.) At the time of the plea or verdict of guilty of any crime of any person over eighteen years of age, the probation officer of the county of the jurisdiction of said crime shall, when so directed by the court, inquire into the antecedents, character, history, family environment, and offense of such person, and must report the same to the court, and file his report in writing in the records of said court. His report shall contain his recommendation for or against the release of such person on probation. If any such person shall be released upon probation and committed to the care of the probation officer, such officer shall keep a complete and accurate record in suitable books or other form in writing, of the history of the case in court, and of the name of the probation officer, and his acts in connection with said case; also the age, sex, nativity, residence, education, habits of temperance, whether married or single, and the conduct, employment and occupation, and parents' occunation, and condition of such person so commited to his care during the term of such probation and the result of such probation. Such record of such probation officer shall be and constitute a part of the records of the court, and shall at all times be open to the inspection of the court, or of any person appointed by the court for that purpose, as well as of all magistrates, and the chief of police, or other head of the police, unless otherwise ordered by the court. Said books of record shall be furnished for the use of said probation officer of said county, and shall be paid for out of the county treasury.
(j.) Every probation officer, within fifteen days after the thirtieth day of June, and within fifteen days after the thirty-first day of December, of each year, shall make in writing and file as a public document with the county clerk a report to the superior court of the county or city and county in which such probation officer is appointed to serve, and shall furnish a copy of such report to each judge in said county or city and county who has released any person on probation who at the time of such report remains on probation; and a further copy to the secretary of the state board of charaties and corrections. Such report shall state, without giving names, the exact number of persons, segregating male and female, and segregating misdemeanors and felonies, who ha been released on probation to such probation officer as such number exists, deducting all case of expiration, discharge, dismissal, and restoration of rights, on said thirtieth day of June and said thirty-first day of December; and such report shall further segregate such person as having been released on probation, as the case may be, in one thousand nine hundred three, one thousand nine hundred four, one thousand nine hundred five and so on, up to and including the calendar year in which such report is made and filed.
(k.) The probation officer shall furnish to each person who has been released on probation, and committed to his care a written statement of the terms and conditions of his probation unless such statement has been furnished by the court, and shall report to the court, judge or justice, releasing such person upon probation, any violation or breach of the terms and conditions imposed by such court on the person placed in his care.
(1.) Such probation officer shall have, as to the person so committed to the care of said probation officer, the powers of a peace officer. 1923-291.
1204. The circumstances must be presented by the testimony of witnesses examined in open court, except that when a witness is so sick or infirm as to be unable to attend, his deposition may be taken by a magistrate of the county, out of court, upon such notice to the adverse party as the court may direct. No affidavit or testimony, or representation of any kind, verbal or written, can be offered to or received by the court, or a judge thereof, in aggravation or mitigation of the punishment, except as provided in this and the preceding section.
1205. A judgment that the defendant pay a fine may also direct that he be imprisoned until the fine be satisfied. But the judgment must specify the extent of the imprisonment, which must not exceed one day for every two dollars of the fine, nor extend in any case beyond the term for which the defendant might be sentenced to imprisonment for the offense of which he has been convicted. 1891--52.
1206. A judgment that a defendant pay a fine with or without the alternative of imprisonment constitutes a lien in a like manner as a judgment for money rendered in a civil action. 1905–764.
1207. When judgment upon a conviction is rendered, the clerk must enter he same in the minutes, stating briefly the offense for which the conviction was had, and the fact of a prior conviction, if any, and must, within five days, annex together and file the following papers, which constitute a record of the action:
1. The indictment or information, and a copy of the minutes of the plea or demurrer;
2. A copy of the minutes of the trial;
3. The written instructions given, modified, or refused, with the indorsements thereon, and the certified transcript of the charge of the court; and,
4. A copy of the judgment. 1905—764.
1213. Judgment, authority for 1221. Insanity, how deterother than death.
mined. 1214. Fine, execution to issue 1222. Duty district attorney. as in civil cases.
1223. Judgment of insanity, 1215. Judgment, proceedings,
proceedings thereon. generally.
1224. Defendant sa ne, pro1216. Duty of sheriff on
ceedings. ceiving judgment.
1225. Proceedings. 1217. Death sentence, proceed- 1226. Female pregnancy. ings generally.
1227. Judgment of death un1218. Death sentence,
executed proceedings. ment and testimony to 1228. Punishment of death, governor.
how. 1219. Governor
may require 1229. Execution, proceedings. opinion of the Supreme 1230. Death warrant, return, Court.
etc. 1220. Judgment of death, when
suspended. 1213. When a judgment, other than of death, has been pronounced, a certified copy of the entry thereof upon the minutes must be forthwith furnished to the officer whose duty it is to execute the judgment, and no other warrant or authority is necessary to justify or require its execution.
1214. If the judgment is for a fine with or without imprisonment, execution may be issued thereon as on a judgment in a civil action. 1905–698.
1215. If the judgment is for imprisonment, or a fine and imprisonment until it be paid, the defendant must forthwith be committed to the custody of the proper officer and by him detained until the judgment is complied with. Where, however, the court has suspended sentence, or where, after imposing sentence, the court has suspended the execution thereof and placed the defendant on probation, as provided in section twelve hundred and three of the Penal Code, the defendant, if over the age of sixteen years, must forthwith be placed under the care and supervision of the probation officer of the court committing him, until the expiration of the period of probation and the compliance with the terms and conditions of the sentence, or of the suspension thereof. Where, however, the probation been terminated as provided in section twelve hundred and three of the Penal Code, and the suspension of the sentence, or the execution revoked, and the judgment pronounced, the defendant must forthwith be committed to the custody of the proper officer and be detained until the judgment be complied with. 1903–35.
1216. If the judgment is for imprisonment in the state prison, the sheriff of the county must, upon receipt of a certified copy thereof, take and deliver the defendant to the warden of the state prison. He must also deliver to the warden the certified copy of the judgment, and take from the warden a receipt for the defendant.
1217. When judgment of death is rendered, a warrant, signed by the judge, and attested by the clerk, under the seal of the court, must be drawn and delivered to the sheriff. It must state the conviction and judgment, and appoint a day on which the judgment is to be executed, which must not be less than sixty nor more than ninety days from the time of judgment, and must direct the sheriff to deliver the defendant, within ten days from the time of judgment, to the warden of one of the state prisons of this state, for execution, such prison to be designated in the warrant. 1891–272.
1218. The judge of the court at which a conviction requiring judgment of death is had, must, immediately after the conviction, transmit to the governor, by mail or otherwise, a statement of the conviction and judgment, and of the testimony given at the trial.
1219. The governor may thereupon require the opinion of the justices of the supreme court and of the attorney-general, or any of them, upon the statement so furnished.
1220. No judge, court, or officer, other than the governor, can suspend the execution of a judgment of death, except the warden of the state prison to whom he is delivered for execution, as provided in the six succeeding sections, unless an appeal is taken. 1891–273.
1221. If, after his delivery to the warden for execution, there is good reason to believe that a defendant, under judgment of death, has become insane, the warden must call such fact to the attention of the district attorney of the county in which the prison is situated, whose duty it is to immediately file in the superior court of such county a petition, stating the conviction and judgment, and the fact that the defendant is believed to be insane, and asks ing that the question of his sanity be inquired into. Thereupon the court must at once cause to be summoned and impaneled, from the regular jury-list of the county, a jury of twelve persons to hear such inquiry. 1905—698.
1222. The district attorney must attend the hearing, and may produce witnesses before the jury, for which purpose he may issue process in the same manner as for witnesses to attend before a grand jury, and disobedience thereto may be punished in like manner as disobedience to process issued by the court. 1905—699.
1223. The verdict of the jury must be entered upon the minutes, and thereupon the court must make and cause to be entered an order reciting the fact of such inquiry and the result thereof, and when it is found that the defendant is insane, the order must direct that he be taken to one of the state hospitals for the insane, and there kept in safe confinement until his reason is restored. 1905-699.
1224. If it is found that the defendant is sane, the warden must proceed to execute the judgment as specified in the warrant; if it is found that the defendant is insane, the warden must suspend the execution, and transmit a certified copy of the order mentioned in the last section to the governor, and deliver the defendant, together with a certified copy of such order, to the medical superintendent of the hospital named in such order. When the defendant recovers his reason, the superintendent of such hospital must certify that fact to the governor, who must thereupon issue to the warden his warrant, appointing a day for the execution of the judgment. 1905-699.
1225. If there is good reason to believe that a female against whom a judgment of death is rendered is pregnant, such proceedings must be had as are provided in section twelve hundred