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CHAP. LXVI.-An Act to amend section one hundred and

ninety-nine of the Political Code, concerning the legal distances of this State.

[Approved February 15, 1878.]
The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. Section one hundred and ninety-nine of the

Political Code is amended so as to read as follows:
Legal dis- 199. From the county seat of Tuolumne County to Sac-
Tuolumne. ramento, one hundred miles; to Napa, one hundred and

sixty-one miles; to Stockton, sixty-six miles; to San Quentin, one hundred and sixty-six miles.

CHAP. DCXXXIV.-An Act to amend certain sections of the
Political Code, to repeat certain other sections thereto.

Approved April 1, 1878.]
The People of the Staie

of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: SEÇTION:1. Section three hundred and forty-three of the

Palitical..Code is amended to read as follows: Designation

343: The number and designation of the civil executive and nupeber.officers are as follows: A Governor; a Private Secretary for executive". the Governor, who is ex officio Clerk of the Byard of Examinofficers.

ers; an Executive Clerk for the Governor who is ex officio Clerk of the State Board of Equalization; a LieutenantGovernor; a Secretary of State; a Deputy Secretary of State; a Book-keeper for the Secretary of State; two Recording Clerks for the Secretary of State; a Controller; a Deputy Controller ; a Book-keeper for the Controller; three Clerk's for the Controller; a Treasurer; a Deputy Treasurer; a Clerk for the Treasurer; an Attorney-General; a Clerk for the Attorney-General; a Syrveyor-General; a Deputy Surveyor-General; one Clerk for the Surveyor-General; a Register of the State Land Office; a Deputy Register of the State Land Office; one Clerk for the Register; a Superintendent of Public Instruction; a Deputy for the Superintendent of Public Instruction; a Superintendent of State Printing; an Inspector of Gas Meters; a Vaccine Agent; an Insurance Commissioner/a Deputy for the Insurance Commissioner; three State Capitol Commissioners; four Port Wardens for the Port of San Francisco; a Port Warden for each port of entry, eýcept San Francisco; three State Harbor Commissioners, three Harbor Commissioners for the Port of Eureka; six Pilots for each harbor where there is no Board of Pilot Commissioners; three members of the Board of Pilot Commissioners for the Port of San Francisco, Mare Island, and Benicia; three members of the Board of Pilot Commissioners for Humboldt Bay and Bar; three Fish Commissioners; a President and nine Directors of the State Board of Agriculture; three members of the State Board of Equalization; seven members of the State Board of Health ; five members of the San Francisco Board of Health; five members of the Sacramento Board of Health; twenty-two Regents of the University of California; eleven members of the State Board of Education; nine Trustees of the State Normal School; five Trustees of the State Library; a State Librarian; two Deputies for the State Librarian; a Librarian for the Supreme Court Library; five Directors for the Insane Asylum at Stockton; five Trustees for the Insane Asylum at Napa; a Medical Superintendent of the Insane Asylum at Stockton; two Assistant Physicans of the Insane Asylum at Stockton; a Resident Physician of the Insane Asylum at Napa; one First Assistant Physician of the Insane Asylum at Napa; provided, when the number of patients shall increase to six hundred, the Trustees may elect one additional Second Assistant Physician, with the same pay and emoluments as the First Assistant Physician; a Treasurer of the Insane Asylumn at Stockton; a Treasurer of the Insane Asylum at Napa; five Trustees of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, and the Blind; three Trustees of the State Burying Ground; nine Commissioners of the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Big Tree Grove; such other officers as fill offices created by or under the authority of the general laws for the government of counties, cities, and towns, or of the charters or special laws respecting the same, or of the health, school, election, road, or revenue laws.

Sec. 2. Section three hundred and eighty-four of said Salaries. Code is amended to read as follows:

384. The annual salary of the Governor, to include all governor. services rendered ex officio as member of any Board or Commission, as now required, or which may be by law hereafter devolved upon him, seven thousand dollars.

Sec. 3. Section three hundred and eighty-six of said Code is amended to read as follows:

386. The annual salary of the Executive Clerk of the Executive Governor, to include his salary as Clerk of the Board of Clerk. Equalitation, is twenty-four hundred dollars.

SEC. 4. Section three hundred and ninety-seven of said
Code is amended to read as follows:

397. The annual salary of the Lieutenant-Governor, to Lieutenantinclude all allowances for duties performed as ex officio, is Governor. three thousand dollars; but in case the duties heretofore devolved upon him as Warden of the State Prison shall be directed by law, to be performed by some other officer, then his salary shall be two thousand dollars per annum.

SEC. 5. Section four hundred and seventeen is amended to read as follows:

417. The annual salary of the Secretary of State, to secretary include all services rendered ex officio as member of any Board or Commission, as now required, or which may be by law bereafter devolved upon him, is four thousand dollars.

of State.

Bookkeeper.

Clerks.

Controller.

Controller.

Bookkeeper.

SEC. 6. Section four hundred and, eighteen of said Code

is amended to read as follows: Deputy 418. The annual salary of the Deputy Secretary of State is Secretary

two thousand four hundred dollars.

SEC. 7. Section four hundred and nineteen is hereby amended to read as follows:

419. That the annual salary of the Book-keeper shall be twenty-four hundred collars. SEC. 8. Section four hundred and twenty of said Code is

: Recording 420. Phe annual salary of each Recording Clerk for the

Seoretary of State is one thousand eight hundred dollars.

SEC. 9. Section four hundred and thirty-eight of said Code is amended to read as follows:

438. The annual salary of the Controller, to include all services rendered ex officio as member of any Board or Commission do now required, or which may be by law hereafter devolved upon him, is four thousand dollars.

SEC. 10. Section four hundred and thirty-nine of said Code

is amended to read as follows: Deputy 439. The annual salary of the Deputy Controller is two

thousand four hundred dollars.

SEC. 11. Section four hundred and forty of said Code is amended to read as follows:

440. The annual salary of the Book-keeper for the Controller is two thousand four hundred dollars.

SEC. 12. Section four hundred and forty-one of said Code is amended to read as follows:

441. The annual salary of each Clerk in the Controller's office is one thousand eight hundred dollars.

Sec. 13. Section four hundred and fifty-five of said Code is amended to read as follows:

455. The annual salary of the State Treasurer, to include all services rendered ex officio as member of any Board or Commission, as noy required, or which may be hereafter by law devolved upon him, is four thousand dollars.

SEC. 14. Sechon four hundred and fifty-six of said Code

is amended to read as follows: Deputy State 456. Thd annual salary of the Deputy State Treasurer is

two thousand four hundred dollars. The annual salary of the Clerk of the Treasurer shall be one thousand eight hundred dollars.

SEC. 15. Section four hundred and seventy-one of said Code is amended to read as follows:

471. The annual salary of the Attorney-General is four thousand dollars, to include all services rendered ex officio as member of any Bond or Commission, as now required, or which may be hereadter devolved upon him by law.

SEC. 16. Section four hundred and seventy-two of said Code is amended to read as follows:

472 The fannual salary of the Clerk for the AttorneyMeral is one thousand eight hundred dollars.

SEC. 17. Section six hundred and eighty-four of said Code is hereby repealed.

Clerks.

State
Treasurer.

Treasurer.

Attorney-
General.

Clerk.

General.

General as
Register.

ent of Public Instruction.

SEC. 18. Section four hundrect and eighty-four of said Code is amended to read as follows:

484. The annual salary of the Surveyor-General is two Surveyorthousand dollars.

SEC. 19. Section four hundred and ninety-nine of said Code is amended to read as follows:

499. The annual salary of the Surveyor-General, in his Surveyorex officio capacity as Register of the State Land Office, is two thousand dollars.

SEC. 20. Section four hundred and eighty-five of said Code is amended to read as follows:

485. The annual salary of the Deputy Surveyor-General, Deputy including his services as ex officio Deputy Register of the Surveyor State Land Office, is two thousand four hundred dollars.

Sec. 21. Section four hundred and eighty-six of said Code is amended to read as follows:

486. The annual salary of each Clerk in the Surveyor- Clerks. General's office is one thousand eight hundred dollars.

SEC. 22. Section five hundred of said Code is amended to read as follows:

500. The annual salary of each Clerk to the Register of Clerks to the State Land Office is one thousand eight hundred dollars. Register.

SEC. 23. Section five hundred and thirteen of said Code is amended to read as follows:

513. The annual salary of the Superintendent of Public SuperintendInstruction is three thousand dollars.

SEC. 24. Section five hundred and fifteen of said Code is hereby repealed.

SEC. 25. Section two thousand one hundred and fourteen of said Code is amended to read as follows: 2114. The annual salary of the Assistant Adjutant-Gene- Assistant

Adjutantral is one thousand eight hundred dollars.

SEC. 26. A new section of the Political Code, to be numbered, and named, and known as section four hundred and twenty-four, shall be added to said Code, to read as follows:

424 All State officers and appointees shall produce item-Itemized ized accounts for all moneys, other than salaries, expended expended by them, accompanied by affidavit that the money has been moneys. expended.

SEC. 27. Section two hundred and sixty-six of said Code is amended to read as follows

266. Members of the Legislature shall receive eight dol- Salary of lars per day, payable weekly, and three dollars for each members of

. twenty miles of travel, to and from their residences, to the place of holding the session.

SEC. 28. Section two hundred and sixty-seven of said
Code is amended to read as follows:

267. The President of the Senate and Speaker of the President Assembly shall receive twelve hundred dollars each for each and Speaker. regular session.

SEC. 29. This Act shall take effect and be in force from and after the first day of December, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine.

General,

Number to

CHAP. DLX.-An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to

establish a Political Code," approved March eleventh, eighteen hundred and seventy-six.

[Approved April 1, 1878.]
The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. Section three hundred and thirty-three of said

Code is amended to read as follows: Reports, 333. The Superintendent of State Printing must print printing of such reports before the last Monday in November next after

the receipt thereof.

SEC. 2. Section three hundred and thirty-four of said Code is amended to read as follows:

334. There must be printed: Of the report of the Secrebe printed.

tary of State, twelve hundred copies; of the report of the Controller of State, two thousand copies; of the report of the State Treasurer, six hundred and fifty copies; of the report of the Surveyor-General, two thousand five hundred copies; of the report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, four thousand five hundred copies; of the report of the Attorney-General, one thousand copies of the report of the Adjutant-General, six hundred copies; of the report of the State Librarian, six hundred copies of the report of the Fish Commissioners, fifteen hundred copies; 'of the report of the Directors, Resident Physician, Visiting Physicians of the Insane Asylum, twenty-five hundred copies; of the report of the Directors of the State Prison, eighteen hundred copies; of the report of the State Board of Harbor Commissioners, twelve hundred copies; of the report of Regents of the University, twelve hundred copies; of the report of the Trustees of the Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb, and [the] Blind, eight hundred copies; of the report of the State Board of Equalization, two thousand copies; of the report of the State Board of Health, one thousand copies; of the report of the Commissioners to manage the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Big Tree Grove, five hundred copies; of the report of the Superintendent of State Printing, seven hundred and fifty copies.

SEC. 3. Section three hundred and thirty-five of said Code

is amended to read as follows: Distribution

335. The reports must be delivered by the Superintendent of State Printing as follows: To the Governor, fifty copies of each report; to the State Librarian, ten copies of each report; to the Secretary of State, thirty copies of each report; to the Superintendent of Public Înstruction, two thousand copies of his report for distribution to School Trustees and teachers, and for exchange with other States; to the Surveyor-General, one thousand copies of his report for distribution to the County Surveyors, Assessors, and County Clerks for the several counties, and for exchange with other States; to the Adjutant-General, two hundred and fifty copies of his report, to be distributed at his discretion; to the Attor

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