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-483^b) In a prosecution for keeping or resorting to a house as described in subsection (a) of this section, common repute may be received as evidence of the character of the house, the purpose for which it is kept or used, and the character of the female persons iiihabiting or resorting to it. § 2093. Keeping disorderly house Whoever: (1) keeps a disorderly house, or a house for the purpose of assignation or prostitution, or a house of public resort, by which the peace, comfort or decency of the immediate neighborhood is habitually disturbed; (2) keeps an inn in a disorderly manner; or (3) lets an apartment or tenement knowing that it is to be used for the purpose of assignation or prostitution— shall be fined not more than $100 or imprisoned in jail not more than 30 days, or both. § 2094. Prevailing upon person to visit house of prostitution Whoever, through invitation or device, prevails upon a person to visit a place kept for the purpose of prostitution, shall be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned m jail not more than 180 days, or both. CHAPTER 103—PUBLIC OFFICES, OFFICERS, AND EMPLOYEES 8UBCHAFTEB I—OENEKAL PROVISIONS

Sec. 2121. Failure to perform, or violation of law relating to, official duties. 2122. Omission to perform duty enjoined by law. 2123. Mutilation, destruction, or removal of records; withliolding records or property from successor. 2124. False certificates by officers. 2125. Exercising function of public office without having qualified. 2126. Intrusion into office; exercising functions after expiration of term. 2127. Attempting to deter, or resisting, executive officer. 2128. Resisting public officer in discharge of his duty. SUBCHAPTER II

2151. 2152. 2153. 2154.

CRIMES AGAINST THE REVENUE

"Public moneys" defined. Bmbezzlement or misuse of public moneys; falsification of accounts. Other offenses by officers or employees who collect or receive public moneys. Court officers failing to pay over fines or forfeitures received.

Subchapter I—General Provisions § 2121. Failure to perform, or violation of law relating to, official duties Whoever, holding a public office: (1) willfully refuses or neglects to perform the duties thereof; or (2) violates any provision of law relating to his duties or the duties of his office— shall, unless some other punishment is prescribed by law, be fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned in jail not more than one year, or both. § 2122. Omission to perform duty en joined by law Whoever, being a public officer or person holding a public trust or employment, willfully omits to perform a duty enjoined upon him by law, shall, where no special provision has been made for the punishment of the delinquency, be fined not more than $100 or imprisoned in jail not more than 30 days, or both.