§752. Reading and signing transcript of testimony
In cases where the person testifying or submitting to examination is required by law to sign his testimony or examination, the transcript made as provided in section 751 shall be read to the person whose testimony or examination it is, at a time and place to be appointed by the judge, unless such person or his counsel in writing waives such reading. If it is found to be accurate, or if it contains errors or mistakes or alleged errors or mistakes and such errors or mistakes are either corrected or the proceedings had in relation to the same as provided, such transcript shall be signed by the person whose testimony or examination it is. When the reading of a transcript is waived as provided by this section, such transcript shall be deemed correct. In all other cases the transcript need not be signed but shall be deemed to be complete and correct without signing and shall have the same effect as if signed.