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Provisions applicable to constables.

SEC. 154. All provisions of sections eighty-eight, eighty-nine, ninety, ninety-one, ninety-two, ninetythree, ninety-four, ninety-five, ninety-six, ninetyseven, ninety-eight, ninety-nine, one hundred, one hundred and one, one hundred and two, one hundred and three, except the fourth and sixth subdivisions of section eighty-nine, apply to constables, and govern their powers, duties, and liabilities.

Section 4315, Political Code, and section 159 of former county government acts. Political Code sections made applicable were 41754192.

Justices of the peace.

SEC. 155. Justices of the peace must perform such duties as are prescribed in title eleven, part two, of the Code of Civil Procedure, and such other duties as are prescribed by law.

Section 4316, Political Code, and section 160 of former county government acts. See justices courts in general, sections 110, 115; and proceedings, sections 832, 926, Code of Civil Procedure. Are judicial officers: See section 4110, Political Code. Are constitutional officers: Coggins v. Sacramento, 59 Cal. 599; McGraw v. Mayer, etc., 55 Cal. 611. Vacancy in office of both city and township justice to be filled by supervisors, People v. Sands, 102 Cal. 12.

Salaries to be paid monthly.

SEC. 156. The salaries of officers must be paid monthly from the county salary fund of the treasury, on the warrant of the auditor.

Section 161 of former county government

acts.

See provision for salary funds, subdivision 18, section 25 of this act, ante.

No compensation other than the salary. Section 215 of this act, post, and notes.

Classification of counties.

SEC. 157. For the purpose of regulating the compensation of all officers herein provided for, the several counties of this state are hereby classified, according to their population (as ascertained and determined in section ten), as follows, to wit;

All counties containing a population of two hundred thousand and over shall belong to and be known as counties of the first class. [San Francisco.]

Counties containing a population of one hundred and twenty thousand and under two hundred thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the second class. [Los Angeles.]

Counties containing a population of one hundred thousand and under one hundred and twenty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the third class. [Alameda.]

Counties containing a population of fifty thousand and under one hundred thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the fourth class. [Santa Clara.]

Counties containing a population of forty-five thousand and under fifty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the fifth class. [Sacramento.j

Counties containing a population of thirty-seven thousand and under forty-five thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the sixth class. [Sonoma.]

Counties having a population of thirty-six thousand and under thirty-seven thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the seventh class. [San Joaquin.]

Counties having a population of thirty-five thousand five hundred and under thirty-six thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the eighth class. [San Diego.]

Counties having a population of thirty-five thousand and under thirty-five thousand five hundred

shall belong to and be known as counties of the ninth class. [Fresno.]

Counties having a population of twenty-seven thousaud four hundred and under thirty-five thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the tenth class. [San Bernardino.]

Counties having a population of twenty-seven thousand and under twenty-seven thousand four hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the eleventh class. [Humboldt.]

Counties having a population of twenty-six thousand and under twenty-seven thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twelfth class. [Solano.]

Counties having a population of twenty-four thousand and under twenty-six thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirteenth class. [Tulare.]

Counties having a population of twenty-two thousand five hundred and under twenty-four thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the fourteenth class. [Butte.]

Counties having a population of twenty-two thousand and under twenty-two thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the fifteenth class. [Santa Cruz.]

Counties having a population of twenty-one thousand five hundred and under twenty-two thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the sixteenth class. [Nevada.]

Counties having a population of twenty-one thousand and under twenty-one thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the seventeenth class. [Mendocino.]

Counties having a population of twenty thousand five hundred and under twenty-one thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the eighteenth class. [Monterey.]

Counties having a population of twenty thousand and under twenty thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the nineenth class. [San Luis Obispo. }

Counties having a population of eighteen thousand five hundred and under twenty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twentieth class. [Placer.]

Counties having a population of eighteen thousand three hundred and fifty and under eighteen thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-first class. [Riverside.]

Counties having a population of eighteen thousand three hundred and under eighteen thousand three hundred and fifty shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-second class. [Santa Barbara.]

Counties having a population of eighteen thousand and under eighteen thousand three hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-third class. [Napa.]

Counties having a population of seventeen thousand three hundred and fifty and under eighteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-fourth class. [Yolo.]

Counties having a population of seventeen thousand three hundred and under seventeen thousand three hundred and fifty shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-fifth class. [Kern.]

Counties having a population of seventeen thousand one hundred and under seventeen thousand three hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-sixth class. [Contra Costa.]

Counties having a population of sixteen thousand five hundred and under seventeen thousand one hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-seventh class. [Orange.]

Counties having a population of sixteen thousand one hundred and fifty and under sixteen thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-eighth class. [Siskiyou.]

Counties having a population of sixteen thousand and under sixteen thousand one hundred and fifty shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-ninth class. [Shasta.]

Counties having a population of fourteen thousand four hundred and under sixteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtieth class. [Ventura.]

Counties having a population of fourteen thousand and under fourteen thousand four hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtyfirst class. [Calaveras.]

Counties having a population of thirteen thousand one hundred and under fourteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-second class. [Amador.]

Counties having a population of thirteen thousand and under thirteen thousand one hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtythird class. [Eldorado.]

Counties having a population of twelve thousand five hundred and under thirteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtyfourth class. [Stanislaus.]

Counties having a population of twelve thousand and under twelve thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtyfifth class. [San Mateo.]

Counties having a population of eleven thousand six hundred and fifty and under twelve thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-sixth class. [Tehama.]

Counties having a population of eleven thousand six hundred and under eleven thousand six hundred and fifty shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-seventh class. [Yuba.]

Counties having a population of eleven thousand and under eleven thousand six hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-eighth class. Marin.]

Counties having a population of ten thousand five hundred and under eleven thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-ninth class. [Colusa.]

Counties having a population of ten thousand two hundred and under ten thousand five hundred shall

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