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sand' four hundred and eighty-eight feet distant from the southeast corner of San Joaquin County survey number nine hundred and ninety-seven and run thence south 48° 10' west two thousand one hundred and twenty-nine feet; thence south 69° 35' west seven hundred and eighty-one feet; thence north 48° 25' west five hundred and eighty-seven feet; thence north 70° 50' west three hundred and fifty-nine and one half feet; thence north 83° 30' west six hundred and fourteen and five tenths feet; thence north 77° 50' west one thousand two hundred and ten feet; thence south 67° 35' west one thousand five hundred and eighty-seven feet; thence north 89° 10' west six hundred and ninety-four feet; thence south 65° 00' west five hundred and twenty feet; thence north 88° 25' west six hundred and fifty feet; thence south 77° 30' west four hundred and thirty feet; thence south 60° 05' west seven hundred and ninety-five feet; thence south 16° 35' west one thousand and ten feet; thence south 42° 20' west one thousand four hundred and eight feet; thence south 69° 55' west eight hundred and fifty-seven and five tenths feet; thence south 25° 50' west one thousand and eighty-two feet; thence south 54° 10' west eight hundred and fifty-two feet; thence south 58° 30' west one thousand one hundred and seventy-one feet; thence south 83° 00' west nine hundred feet, more or less, to the right bank of the San Joaquin River; said right of way being from its commencement at the Mormon Chan. nel to the Calaveras River and along the Calaveras River to the west line of the Lower Sacramento Road of a uniform width of four hundred feet.
$ 4. All rights of way hereafter acquired by the state of California, or by its commissioner of public works for said specified purpose are hereby also furnished, granted, conveyed, released and relinquished by the state of California to the United States of America, and the governor of the state is hereby authorized and directed on behalf of the state of California to execute a patent, conveyance and grant of the same to the United States of America, and the secretary of state is hereby authorized and directed to countersign and make delivery of the same to the United States of America.
$5. The state of California furnishes, grants, conveys, releases and relinquishes such rights of way upon the express condition that all civil process issued from the courts of this state, and such criminal process as may issue under the authority of this state, against any person charged with crime, may be served and executed thereon in the same mode and manner and by the same officers as if such conveyance had not been made.
$ 6. This act shall take effect immediately.
CERTIFICATES-DUPLICATES. Providing for the issuance of duplicate certificates, where certificates is
sued under authority of law have been lost or destroyed by conflagration or other public calamity.
(Stats. and Amdts. 1906, p. 71, ch. 53.) § 1. Whenever any public board or officer is authorized by law to issue any certificate of any kind, and the records in the office of such board or officer show the issuance of such certificate, and it is made to appear by affidavit that such certificate has been lost or destroyed by conflagration
or other public calamity, such board or officer may issue a duplicate of such certificate, which shall recite the issuance and loss or destruction of such original certificate, and shall have the same force and effect as such original certificate; provided, that this act shall not apply to certificates of acknowledgments.
§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
CHEMICALS-USE OF IN DAIRY PRODUCTS PROHIBITED.
See tit. Dairy Products-Use of Chemicals in.
titled, 'An act defining and providing for the control, protection and
(Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 777, ch. 427.) Section 1. Section sixteen of an act entitled, “An act to amend an act entitled, 'An act defining and providing for the control, protection and treatment of dependent and delinquent children; prescribing the powers and duties of courts with respect thereto; providing for the appointment of probation officers, and prescribing their duties and powers; providing for the separation of children from adults when confined in jails or other institutions, providing for the appointment of boards to investigate the qualifications of organizations receiving children under this act, and prescribing the duties of such boards; and providing when proceedings under this act shall be admissible in evidence.' Approved February twenty-six, one thousand nine hundred and three. Approved March twenty-two, one thousand nine hundred and five,” is hereby amended to read as follows:
$ 16. In the case of a child alleged to be delinquent within the meaning of this act, and brought before the superior court at any time before the child is found delinquent and a commitment thereunder issues, it may be detained under order of the court in any detention home provided for that purpose by any county or city and county; or it may be otherwise provided for as the court sees fit in any manner provided herein for the care of a child after the finding of its delinquency. If the court find the child to be delinquent, said court may continue the hearing from time to time, and may at any time commit the child to the care or custody of the probation officer, and may allow such child to remain in the home of such
child, subject to the visitation of a probation officer, and such child shall report to the probation officer as often as may be required, and be subject to be returned to the court for further proceedings whenever such action may appear necessary or desirable, or the court may commit the child to the care or custody of the probation officer, to be placed in a suitable family home, subject to the supervision of such probation officer and the further order of the court, or it may authorize the probation officer to board out the child in some suitable family home, or the court may commit the child for such time during its minority, as the court may deem fit, to the care and custody of some association, society or corporation that will receive it, embracing within its objects the care of dependent or delinquent children; or the court may commit such child to a state reform school, as is now, or may hereafter be provided by law in accordance with the procedure provided by law for such commitment. Provided further that should the legislative body of the county, or city and county, or of a municipality, provide a suitable place for the detention of said dependent and delinquent children, which they are hereby authorized to do, such children may be committed thereto after the adjudication of dependency or delinquency for a definite period to be specified in such order. The court may thereafter set aside, change or modify such order and may provide for a further detention in said place. Any order providing for the custody of a dependent or delinquent child may provide that all the expense of maintenance of said child, or part thereof shall be paid by the parent or parents, or guardian, of said child, and in such case shall determine the amount so to be paid, and shall determine whether or not the parent or parents shall exercise any control over said child and the extent thereof, and any disobedience of such order or interference with the custody of the child as therein determined by a parent or guardian having notice of the proceedings or of the order shall constitute a contempt of court. If it be found, however, that the parent or parents or guardian of a dependent or delinquent child are unable to pay the whole expense of maintenance of such child, the court may, in the order providing for the custody of such child, direct such additional amount as may be necessary to support such child to be paid from the county treasury of the county for the support of such child, the amount so ordered to be paid from the treasury of said county not to exceed, in case of any one child, the sum of eleven dollars per month; provided, further, that no order for the payment of all or part of the expense of support and maintenance of a dependent or delinquent child from the county treasury shall be effective for more than six months, unless a new order is secured at the expiration of that period. The court may, thereafter, set aside, change or modify any order herein provided for.
CHILDREN-EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS OF. To amend an act entitled "An act to enforce the educational rights of
children, and providing penalties for violation of the act," approved March twenty-four, one thousand nine hundred and three, and amended March twenty, one thousand nine hundred and five, by amending sections three, four, five and six of said act, and by adding a new section to said act to be numbered section seven and one half.
(Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 95, ch. 77.) Section 1. Section three of an act entitled “An act to enforce the educational rights of children and providing penalties for violation of the act," approved March twenty-fourth, one thousand nine hundred and three, and amended March twentieth, one thousand nine hundred and five, is hereby amended to read as follows: $ 3.
The board of education of any city or city and county, or the board of trustees of any school district, shall, on the complaint of any person, make full and impartial investigation of all charges against parents or guardians or other persons having control or charge of any such child, for violation of any of the provisions of this act. If it shall appear upon such investigation that any such parent or guardian or other person has violated any of the provisions of this act, it is hereby made the duty of the secretary of such board of education, except as hereinafter provided, or the clerk of such board of trustees, to make and file in the proper court a criminal complaint against such parent, guardian or other person, charging such violation, and to see that such charge is prosecuted by the proper authorities; provided, that in cities, and in cities and counties, and in school districts having an attendance officer or officers, such officer or officers shall, under the direction of the board of education, or the city superintendent of schools, or the board of trustees, make and filé such complaint, and see that such charge is prosecuted by the proper authorities.
Sec. 2. Section four of said act is hereby amended to read as follows:
$ 4. The board of education of any city, or city and county, may appoint and remove' at pleasure one or more attendance officers of such city, or city and county, or the board of trustees of any school district having at least six hundred census children, may appoint and remove at pleasure one attendance officer, and shall fix his or their compensation, not exceeding one thousand dollars per annum for any such officer, payable from the county or special school fund of such city, city and county, or school district, and shall prescribe their duties, not inconsistent with law, and make rules and regulations for the performance thereof; provided, that in any city, or city and county, containing less than twenty thousand school census children, not more than one attendance officer shall be appointed, and in any city, or city and county, containing more than twenty thousand school census children, not more than one attendance officer shall be appointed for each twenty thousand school census children, or fraction greater than one half thereof.
Sec. 3. Section five of said act is amended to read as follows:
$5. It shall be the duty of the attendance officer, or of any peace officer or any school officer, to arrest during school hours, without warrant, any child between eight and fourteen years of age, found away from his home, and who has been reported to him by the teacher, the superintendent of schools, or other person connected with the school department of schools as a truant from instruction upon which he is lawfully required to attend within the county, city, or city and county, or school district. Such arresting officer shall forthwith deliver the child so arrested either to the parent, guardian or other person having control or charge of such child, or to the teacher from whom said child is then a truant, or if such child shall have been declared an habitual truant, he shall bring such child before a magistrate for commitment by him to a parental school, as provided in this act. The attendance officer or other arresting officer shall report promptly such arrest, and the disposition made by him of such child to the school authorities of such city, or city and county, or school district. Any child may be reported as a truant, in the meaning of this act, who shall have been absent from school without valid excuse more than three days or tardy on more than three days, any absence for a part of a day being regarded as a tardiness. Any child who has once been reported as a truant and who is again absent from school, without valid excuse, one or more days, or tardy on one or more days, may again be reported as a truant. Any child may be deemed an habitual truant who shall have been reported as a truant three or more times. Any child who has once been declared an habitual truant and who, in a succeeding year, is reported as a truant from school one or more days or tardy on one or more days without valid excuse, may be again declared an habitual truant.
Sec. 4. Section six of said act is amended to read as follows:
$ 6. The board of education of any city, or of any city and county, or the board of trustees of any school district having at least six hundred census children, may establish schools in a manner hereinafter prescribed, or set apart in public school buildings for children between eight and fourteen years of age, who are habitual truants from instruction upon which they are lawfully required to attend, or who are insubordinate or disorderly during their attendance npon such instruction, or irregular in such attendance. Such school or room shall be known as a parental school. A parental school, as herein designated and provided for, shall be one of the primary or grammar schools of the city, or city and county, or school district, and the teachers therein shall have the same qualifications and be employed and paid in the same manner as in other primary and grammar schools; but such parental school shall be established and maintained specially for the instruction therein of such pupils, between the ages of eight and fourteen years, as shall be committed thereto as provided in this act, and no pupil shall be committed to, or required to attend, such school, except as in this act provided. Said board of education or board of trustees may make such special rules and regulations for the government of a parental school as shall be consistent with the provisions and purposes of this act, and not contrary to law. Such board may provide for the detention, maintenance and instruction of such children in such schools; and the