A statute prescribed ten years in the state penitentiary as the minimum punishment for perjury committed on the trial of an indictment for a felony. In a prosecution for this offense, the trial court erroneously charged the jury that five years was the minimum punishment, to which the defendant excepted. Held, when defendant excepts to such instruction, it is reversible error for which a new trial will be granted. Roley v. State (Okla. Crim. App. 1930) 290 Pac. 195.