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STATUTES OF CALIFORNIA
AMENDMENTS TO THE CODES
PASSED AT THE
EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH
LEGISLATURE, JUNE, 1906
THIRTY-SEVENTH SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE,
STATUTES AND APPROPRIATION ACTS
In collating and annotating the sections of the Codes enacted, amended, and repealed, and also the Statutes enacted, amended, and repealed, the style of the original works has been followed, so that those works with this volume will give the bench and bar the entire body of statute law in force to-day, with the exception of purely personal and local statutes and appropriation acts, which are not of a permanent character and general interest such as to justify their reproduction.
The annotations consist, almost exclusively, in calling attention to conflicting acts passed at the same session of the legislature, inadvertent duplications, and the like. It was not sought to annotate the matter here given; that work will be left to the first Biennial Supplement, which will appear immediately after the adjournment of the legislature in 1909, which volume will contain all the code amendments and all the statutes passed since the Cyclopedic Codes and Henning's General Laws, and all cases decided by our courts since those works appeared, and such other cases as the editor deems of unusual value to the profession in this state, thus bringing the set right down to date in all respects.
JAMES M. KERR.
San Francisco, July 15, 1907.