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bonds and certificates of deposit deposited with him as security for deposits of state moneys, and with the interests thereon, and the proceeds of any sale under the provisions of this act.

$7. At the time of depositing state moneys in any bank designated as a depository the treasurer shall take a certificate or certificates of deposits made payable to the treasurer of state in such sum or sums as he shall deem advisable. Such certificate or certificates of deposit in the possession of the treasurer shall be deemed and counted as cash by the state board of examiners. Controller's warrants drawn upon the state treasury may be paid by such certificates of deposit when properly indorsed by the treasurer the same as in cash.

$ 8. The act of March twenty, nineteen hundred and five, entitled “An act to authorize the deposit of state moneys in banks in this state, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act,” and all other acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby expressly repealed.

STATE MONEYS-PAYMENT INTO STATE TREASURY. To amend an act entitled "An act to amend section one of an act entitled 'An

act requiring the payment into the state treasury of all moneys belonging to the state, received by the various state institutions, commissions and officers, and directing the disposition of the same,' approved March seventeenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine,” approved March twenty, nineteen hundred and five.

(Stats. and Amdts. 1906, p. 43, ch. 44.) Section 1. Section one of the said act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

$ 1. All moneys belonging to the state received from any source whatever by any officer, commission or commissioner, board of trustees, board of managers or board of directors shall be accounted for at the close of each month to the state controller, in such form as the controller may prescribe, and at the same time, on the order of the controller, be paid into the state treasury; provided, in the case of any state hospital, asylum, prison, school or harbor, supported by or under control of the state said money shall be credited to a fund to be known as the contingent fund of the particular institution from which such money is received, and may be expended under the same laws and provisions that govern the expenditure of money appropriated for the support of such institutions, and provided, that in every case where the law directs the board of trustees, managers or directors, or officer to refund any money upon the death or discharge of any inmate of said hospital, asylum, prison, school or other institution, or to provide a discharged inmate with any sum of money or with wearing apparel, such amount of money necessary shall be paid by the board of trustees, managers or directors or officer, upon demand; and in the statement to the controller herein provided for, these amounts shall be itemized and the aggregate deducted from the amount to be paid into the state treasury; provided, further, that all money collected by boards of harbor commissioners shall be paid into the harbor improvement fund of the respective harbor where collected, except so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the expense of urgent repairs, not to exceed in the aggregate ten

thousand dollars per month, which sum, if so much be required, may be used in repairing the wharves, piers, landings, thoroughfares, sheds, and other structures, and the streets bounding on the water front under the jurisdiction of such board of harbor commissioners, without advertising the proposals therefor.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS.

See tit. Normal Schools.

STATE PRISON-SAN QUENTIN. To amend section three of an act entitled “An act making an appropriation

for the erection and construction of additional cells at the state prison at San Quentin, for the purchase of powder, tools and appliances for excavating, the erection of machine shops, the instalation of a new pipe-line, the construction of iron tanks, the erection and extension of a wall around said prison, the purchase of electrical apparatus, and providing additional accommodations for prisoners at the state prison at San Quentin and for other expenses incidental and relating thereto," approved March eighteen, nineteen hundred and five.

(Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 973, ch. 521.) Section 1. Section three of an act entitled, “An act making an appropriation for the erection and construction of additional cells at the state prison at San Quentin, for the purchase of powder, tools and appliances for excavating, the erection of machine shops, the installation of a new pipe-line, the construction of iron tanks, the erection and extension of a wall around said prison, the purchase of electrical apparatus, and providing additional accommodations for prisoners at the state prison at San Quentin and for other expenses incidental and relating thereto," approved March eighteen, nineteen hundred and five, is hereby amended to read as follows:

§ 3. No contract for lumber, iron, machinery, or material, to be used for the purposes mentioned in section one of this act. shall be entered into by the directors until publication shall be made in at least three daily newspapers, two of said newspapers to be published in the city and county of San Francisco, state of California, and one in the city of Sacramento, state of California, for at least twenty days prior thereto, inviting bids for the supplying of such material. Such bids may be in the form of sealed proposals, and shall be opened at a public meeting of the board of directors, and the contract shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder for the supplying of such material; provided, the state board of prison directors shall have the power to reject any or all bids for cause. The board of prison directors shall have power to enter into the necessary contracts for the purchase of any and all material to carry out the provisions of this act, and to employ such men as may be necessary, in addition to the prison labor, to do the work herein specified, and are hereby authorized and empowered to cut all the necessary rock and granite at the state prison at Folsom, California, required for any of the purposes aforesaid; provided, that any material or

equipment purchased to be used for the purposes mentioned in section one of this act, which may no longer be useful or necessary for said purposes, may be sold by the state board of prison directors, with the consent and approval of the state board of examiners, and the proceeds of such sales shall be reported to the state controller in such form as the controller may require, and at the same time shall be paid into the state treasury. All amounts so received shall be credited by the controller to the appropriation from which the money was originally drawn to pay for said material or equipment, and may be used for the purposes of this act, in addition to the full amount made available by said act. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

STREET LAW. To provide for work upon streets, lanes, alleys, courts, places, and sidewalks,

and for the construction of sewers within municipalities. (Stats. and Amdts. 1885, p. 147, ch. 153; amended Stats. and Amdts. 1887,

p. 148, ch. 130; Stats. and Amdts. 1889, p. 157, ch. 151; Stats. and Amdts. 1891, p. 116, ch. 114, also p. 196, ch. 147, and p. 461, ch. 244; supplemented Stats. and Amdts. 1893, p. 33, ch. 21 (Bonds); amended Stats. and Amdts. 1893, p. 89, ch. 79, also p. 172, ch. 144; Stats. and Amdts. 1899, p. 23, ch. 22; Stats. and Amdts. 1903, p. 88, ch. 80; Stats. and Amdts.

1905, p. 15, ch. 19, also p. 63, ch. 67.) Sec. 4. The owners of a majority in frontage of lots and lands fronting on any street, avenue, lane, alley, place, or court, or of lots or lands liable to be assessed for the expense of the work petitioned to be done, or their duly authorized agents, may petition the city council to order any of the work mentioned in this act to be done, and the city council may order the work mentioned in said petition to be done, after notice of its intention so to do has been posted and published as provided in section three of this act. (Amended March 31, 1891, Stats, and Amdts. 1891, p. 199.]

$ 34. First. The city engineer, or where there is no city engineer, the county, or city and county surveyor, shall be the proper officer to do the surveying and other engineering work necessary to be done under this act, and to survey and measure the work to be done under contracts for grading and macadamizing streets, and to estimate the costs and expenses thereof; and every certificate signed by him in his official character shall be prima facie evidence in all courts in this state of the truth of its contents. He shall also keep a record of all surveys made under the provisions of this act, as in other cases. In all those cities where there is no city engineer the city council thereof is hereby authorized and empowered to appoint a suitable person to discharge the duties herein laid down as those of city engineer, and all the provisions hereof applicable to the city engineer shall apply to such person so appointed. Said city council is hereby empowered to fix his compensation for such services.

Second. The words "work," "improve," "improved" and "improvement," as used in this act, shall include all work mentioned in this act, and also the construction, reconstruction and repairs of all or any portion of said work.

Third. The term "incidental expenses," as used in this act, shall include the compensation of the city engineer for work done by him; also the cost of printing and advertising, as provided in this act, and not otherwise ; also the compensation of the person appointed by the superintendent of streets to take charge of and superintend any of the work mentioned in section thirty-five of this act; also the expenses of making the assessment for any work authorized by this act. All demands for incidental expenses mentione:] in this subdivision shall be presented to the street superintendent by itemized bill, duly verified by oath of the demandant.

Fourth. The notices, resolutions, orders or other matter required to be published by the provisions of this act, and of the act of which this is amendatory, shall be published in a daily newspaper, in cities where such there is, and where there is no daily newspaper, in a semi-weekly or weekly newspaper, to be designated by the council of such city, as often as the same is issued, and no other statute shall govern or be applicable to the publications herein provided for; provided, however, that only in case there is no daily, semi-weekly or weekly newspaper printed or circulated in any such city, then such notices, resolutions, orders or other matters as are herein required to be published in a newspaper, shall be posted and kept posted for the same length of time as required herein for the publication of the same in a daily, semi-weekly or weekly newspaper, in three of the most public places in such city. Proof of the publication or posting of any notice provided for herein shall be made by affidavit of the owner, publisher or clerk of the newspaper, or of the poster of the notice. No publication or notice, other than that provided for in this act, shall be necessary to give validity to any of the proceedings provided for therein.

Fifth. The word “municipality" and the word "city,” as used in this act, shall be understood and so construed as to include, and is hereby declared to include, all corporations heretofore organized and now existing, and those hereafter organized, for municipal purposes.

Sixth. The words "paved” or “repaved," as used in this act, shall be held to mean and include pavement of stone, whether paving blocks or macadamizing, or of bituminous rock or asphalt, or of iron, wood or other material, whether patented or not, which the city council shall by ordinance adopt.

Seventh. The word "street," as used in this act, shall be deemed to, and is hereby declared to, include avenues, highways, lanes, alleys, crossings, or . intersections, courts and places, and the term “main street” means such actually opened street or streets as bound a block; the word “blocks," whether regular or irregular, shall mean such blocks as are bounded by main streets, or partially by a boundary line of the city.

Eighth The terms “street superintendent” and “superintendent of streets," as used in this act, shall be understood and so construed as to include, and are hereby declared to include, any person or officer whose duty it is, under the law, to have the care or charge of the streets, or the improvement thereof in any city. In all those cities where there is no street superintendent or superintendent of streets, the city council thereof is hereby authorized and empowered to appoint a suitable person to discharge the duties herein laid Jown as those of street superintendent or superintendent of streets; and all

provisions hereof applicable to the street superintendent or superintendent
of streets shall apply to such person so appointed.

Ninth. The term "city council" is hereby declared to include any body
or board which, under the law, is the legislative department of the govern-
ment of any city.

Tenth. In municipalities in which there is no mayor, then the duties im-
posed upon said officer by the provisions of this act shall be performed by the
president of the board of trustees, or other chief executive officer of the
municipality

Eleventh. The term “clerk" and "city clerk," as used in this act, is
hereby declared to include any person or officer who shall be clerk of the
said city council.

Twelfth. The term “quarter block," as used in this act as to irregular
blocks, shall be deemed to include all lots or portions of lots having any
frontage on either intersecting street half way from such intersection to the
next main street, or, when no main street intervenes, all the way to a boundary
line of the city.

Thirteenth. The term "one year," as used in this act, shall be deemed to
include the time beginning with January first and ending with the thirty-first
day of December of the same year.

Fourteenth. References in certain sections, by number, to certain other
sections of “this act” refer to the number of the sections of the original act,
as heretofore amended, unless it appears from the context that the reference
is to the section of this amendatory act, when it shall be construed according
to the context. (Amended March 23, 1907, Stats, and Amdts. 1907, p. 1000.
In effect and in full force from and after its passage.]

SUBDIVISIONS OF LAND-MAPS OF TO BE RECORDED.

See tit. Lands-Subdivisions of.

SUPERINTENDENT STATE PRINTING—INDEX TO LAWS.
Authorizing the superintendent of state printing to have prepared and printed

an index of all the laws of California, eighteen hundred and fifty to nine-
teen hundred and seven inclusive.

(Stats, and Amdts. 1907, p. 572, ch. 301.)
§ 1. The superintendent of state printing is hereby authorized and directed
to have printed a complete index of all the laws of California, eighteen hun-
dred and fifty to nineteen hundred and seven, both dates inclusive, as the same
shall be prepared by the commissioner for the revision and reform of the
laws.

$ 2. There shall be printed the same number of copies of the index as is
printed of the statutes of California, and the distribution and sale of the same
shall be made under the laws governing the distribution and sale of the
statutes of California.

$ 3. The cost of compilation and printing of the index shall be paid out of
the appropriation made for the support of the state printing office; provided,
however, that the state board of examiners shall have the authority to invite

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