Revised Laws of the State of California: In Four Codes : Political, Civil, Civil Procedure, and Penal, Volume 1

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T.A. Springer, state printer, 1872 - California - 726 pages

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Contents

Act not to be reckoned as one of the Acts of present session
12
CHAPTER II
16
Who are the people
18
PART II
25
First District
29
Inyo County Seat to Sacramento Stockton and San Quentin
33
Trinity County Seat to Sacramento Stockton and San Quentin
34
PART III
43
Number and designation
45
Duties of Copying Clerks of the Senate
50
ARTICLE V
52
Compelling attendance
57
ARTICLE II
67
ARTICLE IV
74
Salary of General Clerk
80
ARTICLE XI
92
County Clerks ex officio Sealers
98
Fees
99
ARTICLE XV
100
584 Official bond
101
General duties of
102
Business of insurance not to be transacted without his certificate
103
May issue subpoenas
104
Proceedings when this is not done
105
Must keep a record
106
Certain certificates to be filed in his office
107
Same
108
Statements to be made by insurance companies
109
Form of
110
Same
112
614 Stock notes how computed
115
To furnish blanks
116
Duties of Commissioner when companies fail to make statement
117
Deposits receipts for
118
Retaliatory clause
119
Same
120
Commissioner to furnish Assessor with certain information
121
Location of office
122
Expenses how paid
123
Chairman
124
Same
125
Proof and examination of such claims
126
Restrictions on power of Legislature
127
Must make affidavit thereof
128
Same
129
ARTICLE XIX
130
Tide Land Commissioners
131
State Board of Education
132
CHAPTER V
133
Term of office
139
Records of on death or resignation
140
Liabilities on official bond
141
Fees
142
CHAPTER VII
143
Restrictions upon the residence of officers
144
Powers of Deputies
145
Nominations and Commissions
146
Oath of office
147
Prohibitions applicable to certain officers
148
Treasurer duties of
149
Salaries when title is contested
150
cording
151
Approval must be indorsed on bond
152
Custody of official bonds
153
Suits on bonds
154
Form of additional bond
155
Discharge of sureties
156
When office may be declared vacant for want of official bond
157
Effect of discharge of sureties
158
Resignations vacancies and the mode of supplying them
159
Proceedings to compel delivery of books and papers
162
Miscellaneous provisions
163
Opening and Closing the Polls 181
164
ARTICLE I
165
Qualifications of a voter 169
169
CHAPTER III
170
Substance of entry
172
Assessors roll of electors
174
time
175
Clerk must give certificate of registration 1108 Persons refused registration may proceed by action
176
Parties to such actions
177
Great Register must be printed
178
CHAPTER IV
179
Boards of Election how appointed
180
Tickets how to be folded
188
Ballots not to be rejected for obscurity in the name of person or office
189
Two votes on şame ballot for same person must be counted as one
190
Ballots not rejected but objected to must be indorsed
191
CHAPTER IX
192
Same
193
Proceedings on challenge for want of identity
194
Same on challenge for having before voted
195
Term of residence how computed
198
Canvass of returns of election for Governor and Lieutenant
203
Committees may by resolution elect to hold under election laws
211
Fees and rates of tuition
214
ARTICLE V
223
Officers of
224
Regular meetings of Board
226
Competitive examinations before County Boards
227
Biennial appropriation to be made
228
State Board of Education
229
Superintendent of Public Instruction
230
Object of University 215
231
School Superintendents
232
Teachers Institutes
234
School Districts
235
What forms districts
236
Elections for School Trustees
237
Elections in new districts
238
Boards of Trustees of School Districts and City Boards of Edu
239
Boards of Education provided for by special statutes
240
Boards must organize schools into different departments
241
ARTICLE XI
247
Renewal of
253
ARTICLE XX
259
1834 Ballots what to contain
260
Equalization of
261
Bond of Collector
262
ARTICLE XXI
263
Same
264
Printing and binding by whom to be done
266
ARTICLE I
268
Regiments and battalions of infantry
279
CHAPTER III
285
Same
286
Same
287
Persons drafted to rendezvous
288
2056 Substitutes
289
Same for personal bravery in battle etc
290
Powers
291
Fines how collected
292
CHAPTER V
293
Moneys for support of Asylum how drawn
298
Two witnesses
302
ARTICLE I
306
Qualifications
308
University of California Normal School
314
Lines used for landing not to be drawn by machinery
318
Steamers overtaking
319
Penalty what amount
320
Neglect of duty and penalty therefor
321
Owner may reclaim lumber
322
WRECKS AND WRECKED PROPERTY SECTION 2403 Duties of officers and citizens
323
Owners of wrecked property may reclaim it
324
Action on bond
325
Wrecked property not claimed to be sold 226
326
Expense of notice
327
Further duties of pilots
330
Pilot Commissioners for Humboldt Bay and Bar how ap pointed
331
Secretaries of Boards and records
332
Causes for revocation
334
Complaint against pilot to be verified and how disposed of
335
Certain pilotage to be agreed on
336
ARTICLE VII
337
Pilot having priority
338
To report to Controller of State
350
Open bids and award contracts
351
What to be used for docks etc
352
Vacancies
355
Dredging docks not leased
356
Office rooms
357
2570 Board to impose penalties
358
Fees of Harbormaster
359
Shall organize how
360
Amount of license fees
361
Not to solicit without license
362
When license may be revoked
363
ARTICLE I
366
Duties of Commissioners of Highways and Boards of Super
369
ARTICLE VI
381
Supervisors to order change and to appoint Viewers
382
Viewers to be appointed and their duties 332
383
Effect of and proceedings on approval of Viewers report
384
Width of highways
385
Fence to be removed how
386
ARTICLE VIII
389
Penalty for neglect
390
Penalty for leaving open gate or riding off the road
391
Destroying shade or ornamental trees
392
Construction of toll roads
398
Inspection certificate and completion
399
ARTICLE III
407
Must post rates of toll
414
Use of highways
416
Completion of bridge rate of toll and license tax
417
ARTICLE III
418
CHAPTER VI
419
Restrictions on granting authority
420
One hundred and fifty feet or each side of wharf etc
422
License and the tax for
423
TITLE VII
426
To keep in good repair
427
Commutation
429
ARTICLE III
436
ARTICLE V
445
CHAPTER V
449
ARTICLE II
452
Certain marks not allowed 428
457
CHAPTER IX
464
Auctioneers in cities to designate their places of business
469
CHAPTER XV
475
When license to be procured
476
CHAPTER I
485
ARTICLE I
486
Duties of Agent
488
Duty of Surveyor General on application for purchase of lands
489
Surveyor General to represent State in contests relating to lands
490
3415 Same
491
Surveys to be made in accordance with the instructions or Sur veyor General
492
ARTICLE II
493
Settlers preferred purchasers for ninety days
494
what to contain
495
If made by female what
496
When the district is situated partly in different counties
497
Powers of Trustees
498
Additional charges may be assessed
499
Payment how made
500
Property may be condemned for reclamation purposes
501
When work is completed statement to be filed and moneys paid over
502
Trustees may compromise indebtedness of and levy tax to pay the same
503
In Sacramento Supervisors may employ Clerk
504
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
505
sections
506
Applications for other than sixteenth and thirtysixth sections
507
of title
508
Sale to be recorded
509
Patent how executed
510
CHAPTER III
517
REVENUE
518
Property of firm or corporation assessed where situated
519
Ferries and toll bridges where assessed
520
Same
523
Property and money in litigation
524
Form of assessment book
526
Assessment book when completed Oath of Assessor
527
Penalty for failure of Assessor to complete assessment book or transmit statement
528
When Assessor liable for taxes on unassessed property
529
assessed
530
Supervisors to use information and direct entry of mort gages etc
531
Auditor to retain original assessment book
537
CHAPTER VII
539
Manner of publication of notice
540
Tax Collector to note date of payment
542
Liability of Tax Collector refusing or neglecting to settle
543
Credit to be given to Tax Collector on final settlement etc
544
Same
545
Same
546
THE GOVERNMENT OF CITIES
567
Nevada
579
Yuba
580
El Dorado
581
Yolo
582
3930 Amador
583
San Joaquin
584
3933 Stanislaus
585
Merced
586
Mono
587
Tuolumne
588
Fresno
589
Tulare
590
Inyo
591
San Diego
592
Santa Barbara
593
San Luis Obispo
594
3949 Santa Cruz
595
San Francisco
596
San Mateo
597
Santa Clara
598
Alameda
599
Alameda alternate section
600
Contra Costa
601
Contra Costa alternate section
602
Sonoma
603
Solano
604
Marin
605
Napa
606
CHAPTER II
607
Surveys heretofore made declared approved and valid
608
Age citizenship and residence as to county officers
627
Township and other inferior officers
628
Oath bond and fees of consolidated offices
629
What offices to be kept at county seat
630
Official bonds classified and amounts thereof
631
When amount of bond is not fixed by law
632
Settlements when and how mademonthly and annually
633
Must receipt for money
634
Priority in payment of warrants
635
Penalty for not reporting
636
What he must do with property received from Coroner
637
ARTICLE IV
638
4183 Liable for a rescue
640
When office of Sheriff deemed vacant
641
Other duties
642
Other duties
643
Warrants of Auditor to be numbered
644
Other duties
645
Indexes to be kept by Recorder
646
Records of certificates of sale
649
May keep two or more indexes in same volume
650
Liable for neglect of certain duties
651
ARTICLE VIII
652
ARTICLE IX
653
Surveys of lands in two counties
654
Surveyor to transmit plats and field notes to Surveyor General when required
655
Cities as Bodies Corporate
662
First election when and how held
664
Who are city electors
665
Official oaths and bonds
666
Powers of Mayor
667
Duties of City Marshal
668
CHAPTER IV
674

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Page 196 - ... (2) A person must not be held to have gained or lost residence by reason of his presence or absence from a place...
Page 347 - Governor, in the sum of ten thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties...
Page 195 - That place shall be considered and held to be the residence of a person in which his habitation is fixed, without any present intention of removing therefrom, and to which, whenever he is absent he has the intention of returning.
Page 60 - Where a section or part of a statute is amended, it is not to be considered as having been repealed and reenacted in the amended form; but the portions which are not altered are tc be considered as having been the law from the time when they were enacted, and the new provisions are to be considered as having been enacted at the time of the amendment.
Page 246 - No publication of a sectarian, partisan, or denominational character must be used or distributed in any school, or be made a part of any school library; nor must any sectarian or denominational doctrine be taught therein.
Page 19 - Every person has, in law, a residence. In determining the place of residence, the following rules are to be observed: 1. It is the place where one remains when not called elsewhere for labor or other special or temporary purpose, and to which he returns in seasons of repose.
Page 229 - To adopt rules and regulations not inconsistent with the laws of this State for its own government and for the government of the public schools and district school libraries; 2.
Page 6 - The rule of the common law, that statutes in derogation thereof are to be strictly construed, has no application to this code. The code establishes the law of this state respecting the subjects to which it relates, and its provisions and all proceedings under it are to be liberally construed, with a view to effect its objects and to promote justice.
Page 681 - The common law of England, so far as it is not repugnant to or inconsistent with the Constitution of the United States, or the Constitution or laws of this State, is the rule of decision in all the Courts of this State.
Page 524 - Land by township, range, section, or fractional section; and when such land is not a congressional division or subdivision, by metes and bounds, or other description sufficient to identify it, giving an estimate of the number of acres, locality, and the improvements thereon ;

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