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14. [Classification of townships.] For the purpose of regulating the compensation of justices of the peace and constables, judicial townships in this class of counties are hereby classified according to their population as follows: Townships containing a population of ten thousand or more shall belong to and be know as townships of the first class; townships containing a population of less than ten thousand and more than six thousand shall belong to and be known as townships of the second class; townships containing a population of less than six thousand and more than four thousand shall belong to and be known as townships of the third class; townships containing a population of less than four thousand and more than two thousand shall belong to and be known as townships of the fourth class; townships containing a population of less than two thousand shall belong to and be known as townships of the fifth class; the population of the several judicial townships shall be determined, for the purpose of this and the succeeding subdivision, by multiplying by five the total number of names registered as voters in such townships as shown by the complete index to the great register as compiled and certified by the county clerk of said class of counties in October, A. D. 1906.

15. Justices of the peace shall receive the following salaries which shall be paid monthly in the same manner as the salaries of county officers are paid, out of the salary fund of the county, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases; provided however, that if two justices of the peace shall be elected and qualify in one township, then the said justices shall each receive one half of the salary therein provided for, to wit:

In townships of the first class, one hundred dollars per month; in townships of the second class, sixty-five dollars per month; in townships of the third class, twenty-five dollars per month; in townships of the fourth class, fifteen dollars per month; in townships of the fifth class, five dollars per month;

In addition to the monthly salaries herein allowed, each justice may receive and retain for his own use, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law for services rendered by him in civil cases. Justices of the peace in the first and second classes shall be allowed their actual office rent, not to exceed the sum of fifteen dollars each, for any one month;

Constables shall receive the following fees and salaries, which shall be paid monthly in the same manner as the salaries of the county officers are paid, out of the salary fund of the county, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases, to wit:

In townships of the first class, forty dollars per month; in townships of the second class, forty dollars per month; in townships of the third class, twentyfive dollars per month; in townships of the fourth class, fifteen dollars per month; in townships of the fifth class, five dollars per month; provided : that in addition to the salaries herein allowed, each constable shall be paid out of the general fund of the county, for traveling expenses outside of his own township, for the service of a warrant of arrest, or any other process in a criminal case, (where such service is in fact made), both going and returning, ten cents per mile; for each mile traveled outside of his county, both going to and returning from the place of arrest, or other service of process, five cents per mile; for transporting prisoners to the county jail, a constable shall

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be allowed his actual expenses each way. In addition to the monthly salaries herein allowed, each constable may receive and retain for his own use, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law for services rendered by him in civil cases.

16. [Salary of court reporter.] The official reporter of the superior court shall receive the fees allowed by law.

17. [Salaries include pay of deputies.] The compensation allowed each officer above enumerated shall be in full for all services, and shall include the pay of all deputies (except in the case of the district attorney, wherein one deputy is provided for within the discretion of the board of supervisors) except as provided in section four thousand two hundred and ninety, which provides certain fees and commissions for the assessor and license-collector.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 18, 1907,
Stats. and Amdts. 1907, pp. 464-466. In effect immediately.

Counties of thirteenth class embrace Santa Cruz County only. See ante
$ 4006.

ARTICLE XIV.

COUNTIES OF THE FOURTEENTH CLASS.

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$ 4243. SALARIES AND FEES OF OFFICERS OF. In counties of the fourteenth class the county and township officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law or by virtue of their offices the following salaries and fees, to wit:

1. The county clerk, two thousand seven hundred dollars per annum. counties of this class there shall be and there is hereby allowed to the county clerk for his own use and to be paid out of the county treasury monthly in the same manner as salaries of other county officers are paid, the sum of five cents for the name of each defendant entered in the index labeled “General Index-Defendants" as provided in subdivision four of section four thousand one hundred and seventy-eight; and the further sum of five cents for each document recorded by said county clerk under the provisions of section one thousand three hundred eighty-seven of the Code of Civil Procedure; and the further sum of five cents for each name contained in the index of registration books, to be prepared by said clerk, under the provisions of section one thousand one hundred fifteen of this code.

2. The sheriff, four thousand dollars per annum. The sheriff shall also receive for his own use and benefit all fees, commissions and mileage for service of any papers issued by any court outside of his county.

3. The recorder, two thousand one hundred dollars per annum.
4. The auditor, two thousand two hundred dollars per annum.
5. The treasurer, one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum.

6. The tax-collector and license-collector two thousand two hundred dollars per annum.

7. The assessor three thousand dollars per annum.

8. The district attorney two thousand seven hundred dollars per annum, and his traveling, office and other expenses in criminal matters and cases,

and in civil actions, proceedings and all other matters in which the county is interested incurred by him in the performance of his duties; and all the expenses incurred by him in the detection of crime and prosecution of criminal cases and in civil actions and proceedings and all other matters in which the county is interested.

9. The coroner such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

10. The public administrator such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

11. The superintendent of schools, two thousand one hundred dollars per annum and actual traveling expenses when visiting the schools of his county.

12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

13. Justices of the peace, the following monthly salaries, to be paid each month, as salaries of county officers are paid, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases: In townships having a population of five hundred and over, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than five hundred, twenty-five dollars per month. In addition to the above salaries, each justice of the peace may collect, for his own use, in civil cases, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

14. [Salaries of supervisors.] Each member of the board of supervisors, six hundred dollars per annum and ten cents per mile mileage in traveling to and from his residence to the county seat; and for his services as road commissioner he shall receive twenty cents per mile for all distances actually traveled by him in the performance of his duties within the county; provided he shall not in any one year receive more than six hundred dollars as such road commissioner.

15. Constables, the following monthly salaries to be paid each month as the salaries of county officers are paid, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases, except as in this subdivision provided : In townships where the population is five hundred or more, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than five hundred, twentyfive dollars per month. In addition to the monthly salary allowed herein, each constable may receive and retain for his own use, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, for all services performed by him in civil actions. The constable shall also, in addition, receive three dollars per day for attending court when required to do so during the actual trial of the issues of fact of a case, or during the examination of a criminal charge before a magistrate, while the evidence is being taken, and not otherwise ; provided, that no more than three dollars shall be charged or received for any one day; and provided, further, that when the constable is required to attend upon the trial of more than one civil case on the same day, his fees for attendance shall be equally apportioned to the several cases. Constables may also, by first obtaining an order of the district attorney of this county, or of a judge of the superior court of this state, employ a temporary guard for the safe-keeping or protection of prisoners when necessary, and shall be entitled to collect the actual reasonable cost thereof as a county charge. Constables shall also be entitled to receive in addition to the fees and salary in this subdivision provided for, the moneys actually disbursed by them in

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conveying prisoners or insane persons to the county seat, and the same shall be a county charge.

[Determining population of townships.] The population of townships shall, for the purpose of subdivisions thirteen and fifteen of this section, be determined by multiplying the vote for governor cast in each township at the next preceding general state election by five.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 18, 1907,
Stats. and Amdts. 1907, pp. 466-468. In effect immediately.

Counties of fourteenth class embrace Mendocino County only. See ante
$ 4006.

ARTICLE XV.

COUNTIES OF THE FIFTEENTH CLASS.

$ 4244. Salaries and fees of officers of.

§ 4244. SALARIES AND FEES OF OFFICERS OF. In counties of the fifteenth class the county and township officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law or by virtue of their offices, the following salaries, to wit:

1. The county clerk, thirty-two hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

2. The sheriff, four thousand dollars per annum; and such mileage as is now allowed by law and also all fees for service of papers in actions arising outside of his county.

3. The recorder, fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and four and one half cents per folio for every instrument of any character transcribed by him or his deputies, which said amount shall be paid out of the county treasury, and which payment shall be in full for all services, including indexing.

4. The auditor, two thousand dollars per annum.
5. The treasurer, fifteen hundred dollars per annum.
6. The tax-collector, two thousand dollars per annum.
[7. None.]

8. The assessor, thirty-five hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be seven field deputy assessors, who shall be appointed by the assessor of said county, and who shall hold office from twelve o'clock meridian from the first Monday in March of each year up to twelve o'clock meridian of the first Monday of July of each year; the salaries of each of said seven deputy assessors herein provided for is fixed at the sum of one hundred dollars per month, to include horse hire and traveling expenses for each month during which they hold office as herein provided, which said salaries shall be paid by said county at the same time and in the same manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the assessor; provided, that all commissions shall be paid into the county treasury.

9. The district attorney, twenty-five hundred dollars per annum. 10. The coroner, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

11. The public administrator, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

12. The superintendent of schools, twenty-two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, and actual traveling expenses when visiting the schools of the county, and keep his office open on all business days.

13. The surveyor, eight dollars per day while actually employed by the county.

14. Justices of the peace shall receive the following monthly salaries, to be paid each month and in the same manner and out of the same fund as county officers are paid, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases: In townships having a population of more than eight thousand, seventy-five dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than eight thousand and more than five thousand, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than five thonsand and more than two thousand, twenty-five dollars per month; in townships having population of less than two thousand, ten dollars per month. In addition to the compensation received in criminal cases, each justice of the peace shall receive and retain for his own use such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law for all services performed by him in civil actions.

15. Constables shall receive the following monthly salaries to be paid each month and in the same manner and out of the same fund as county officers are paid, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases: In townships having a population of more than eight thousand, seventy-five dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than eight thousand and more than five thousand, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than five thousand and more than two thousand, twenty-five dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than two thousand, ten dollars per month; provided, that each constable shall receive his actual and necessary expenses incurred in conveying prisoners to the county jail. In addition to the compensation received in criminal cases, each constable shall receive and retain for his own use such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law for all services performed by him in civil actions.

16. Supervisors, five hundred dollars each per annum, and mileage at the rate of ten cents per mile in going to and coming from the place of meeting of the board, not more than four board meetings per month; and as road commissioner, four dollars per day, not to exceed four hundred dollars per year in the aggregate.

17. [Determination of population.] For the purposes of subdivisions fourteen and fifteen of this section, the population of the several judicial townships shall be ascertained by the board of supervisors by multiplying by five the vote for presidential electors cast in each township at the next preceding election.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 18, 1907,
Stats. and Amdts. 1907, pp. 468, 469. In effect immediately.

Counties of fifteenth class embrace Orange County only. See ante
$ 4006.

ARTICLE XVI.

COUNTIES OF THE SIXTEENTH CLASS.

$ 4245. Salaries and fees of officers of.

§ 4245. SALARIES AND FEES OF OFFICERS OF. In counties of the sixteenth class the county and township officers shall receive, as compensation

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