If the witness waives his privilege, and discloses his criminal connections, he may not stop, but must make a full disclosure of the facts regarding which he is interrogated.72

69 See authorities cited in Brown v. Walker, 161 U. S. 591; 16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 644; 40 L. ed. 819.

70 The State authorities are in conflict as to this.

71 201 U. S. 43: 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. 370; 50 L. ed. 652.

72 Brown v. Walker, 161 U. S. 591; 16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 644; 40 L. ed. 819, and authorities there cited.