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117. An act to divide the state of California into congressional
districts. [Approved March 11, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 84.] SECTION 1. For the purpose of electing representatives in Congress, this state is hereby divided into seven congressional districts, as follows:
1. The counties of Del Norte, Siskiyou, Modoc, Humboldt, Trinity, Shasta, Lassen, Tenama, Plumas, Sierra, Mendocino, Sonoma, Napa, and Marin shall comprise the first congres sional district.
2. The counties of Butte, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Mono, Inyo, Alpine, 'Tuolumne, Mariposa, San Joaquin, and Sacramento shall comprise thé second congressional district.
3. The counties of Colusa, Yolo, Lake, Solano, Contra Costa, and Alameda shall comprise the third congressional district.
4. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at a point of intersection of the center of Leavenworth Street and the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Leavenworth to Broadway, Broadway to Hyde, Hyde to Sacramento, Sacramento to Van Ness Avenue, Van Ness Avenue to Market, Market to Eleventh, Eleventh tó Harrison, Harrison to junction of Napa and Twentieth; thence along Twentieth to Howard, Howard to Army, Army to Precita Avenue, Precita Avenue to Colusa, Colusa to San Bruno Road or Avenue: thence along San Bruno Road or Avenue to the boundary line dividing the counties of an Mateo and San Francisco; thence along said boundary line to the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to Leavenworth Street, the place of beginning, with all the islands in the bay
of San Francisco within the boundaries of the city and county • of San Francisco, – shall comprise the fourth congressional district.
5. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco not included in the fourth congressional district, with the islands known as the Farallon Islands, together with the counties of San Mateo and Santa Clara, shall comprise the fifth congressional district.
6. The counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles shall comprise the sixth congressional district.
7. The counties of Stanislaus, Merced, San Benito, Fresno, Tulare, Kern, San Bernardino, Orange, and San Diego shall comprise the seventh congressional district.
SEC. 2. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.
SEC. 3. "This act shall take effect from and after its passage.
235. An act to submit to the peonle of the state of California an
amendment to section two, article four, of the constitui ion of the state of California.
(Approved February 7, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 3.) The legislature of the state of California, at its twenty-ninth session, commencing on the fifth day of January, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, two thirds of all the members elected to each house of said 'legislature voting in faror thereof, hereby proposes that section two of article four (legislative department) of the constitution of the state of California be amended so as to read as follows:
ARTICLE IV. SECTION 2. The sessions of the legislature shall commence at twelve o'clock, M., on the first Monday after the first day of January next succeeding the election of its members, and shall be biennial, unless the governor shall in the interim convene the legislature by proclamation. No pay shall be allowed to members for a longer period than one hundred days, and no bill shall be introduced in either house after the expiration of sixty days from the commencement of each session without the consent of two thirds of the members thereof.
This amendment was not ratified at the election held in November, 1892, when it was submitted to the people.
245. Employees of the senate. The officers and em. ployees of the senate consist of a president, president pro tem., one secretary, two assistant secretaries, one sergeant-at-arms, one assistant sergeant-at-arms, one minute clerk, one journal clerk, one enrolling clerk, one engrossing clerk, three pages, three porters, and one postmaster and one assistant postmaster, and such other officers and employees as may be deemed by the senate necessary for the transaction of the business of the senate. (Amendment approved January 7, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 1; in effect immediately.)
246. Employees of the assembly. The officers and employees of the assembly consist of a speaker, speaker pro tem., one chief clerk, two assistant clerks, one sergeant. at-arms, one assistant sergeant-at-arms, one minute clerk, one journal clerk, one enrolling clerk, one engrossing clerk, four porters, four pages, and one postmaster and one assistant postmaster, and such other officers and employees as may be deemed by the assembly necessary for the transaction of the business of the assembly.
[Amend. ment approved January 27, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 2; in effect immediately.]
248. Repealed; Stats. 1891, p. 427. 249. Repealed; Stats. 1891, p. 427.
256. Daily journal of each house to be printed. A suf. ficient number of copies of each day's proceedings of each house of the legislature shall be printed by the state printer, in book form, separately, to supply the members of both houses and chief officers daily during the session with the journal of the previous day's proceedings; and also a sufficient number of copies, with proper repaging, to bind at the end of the session of the legislature, in book form, as the journals of the senate and assembly; one copy of which daily journal of each house, upon the approval thereof by the house of which it is such daily journal, shall be authenticated as so approved by the presiding officer and chief clerk or secretary (as the case may be) of the house so approving it; and upon the final adjournment of the legislature such copy of the daily journal of each house for the entire session, so authenticated, shall be properly bound in separate volumes, and deposited in the office of the secretary of state as the official journals of both houses of the legislature. [Amendment upproved March 31, 1891; Stuls. 1891, p. 425.]
257. Repealed; Stats. 1891. p. 426.
268. Compensation. There must be paid to the secre. tary, assistant secretaries, minute, journal, enrolling, and engrossing clerks, and their assistants, and sergeant-atarms of the senate, and clerk and book-keeper to sergeant. at-arms of the senate, and the chief clerk, assistant clerks, minute, journal, enrolling, engrossing clerks, and their assistants, and clerk and book-keeper to sergeant-at-arms, and sergeant-at-arms of the assembly, each, eight dollars per day; to the assistant sergeant-at-arms of the senate and assembly, each, six dollars per day; to the porters of the senate and assembly, each, four dollars per day; to each committee clerk appointed by authority of either house, five dollars per day, except the clerks of the judi. ciary committees, and the chief clerk of the finance committee of the senate, and the chief clerk of the ways and means and appropriations committee of the assembly, who
must be paid eight dollars per day; to the pages, each, three dollars per day; and to the postmasters of the senate and assembly, and their assistants, each, four dollars per day; and to such other officers and employees as may be elected or employed by the senate or assembly, or by authority thereof, such per diem as may be fixed by the house so electing or employing them, or authorizing their employment; provideil, that no officer or employee of the senate or assembly whose per diem is not hereinbefore fixed shall receive a per diem exceeding the sum of five dollars, to be fixed by the resolution electing or appointing such additional officer or employee, except in the case of stenographers, who shall receive the compensation allowed by law. [Amendment approvedl January 27, 1891: Stats. 1891, p. 2; in effect immediately.]
Additional compensation: 77 Cal. 473. 323. Taking effect of statute: 74 Cal. 222. Conditional statute, limitation of time: 81 Cal. 489. 325. Amendment of statute, effect of: 68 Cal. 267.
329. Subsequent act imposing different penalties, effeet of: 75 (al. 117.
332. All reports to be sent to governor. All officers, boards of officers, commissioners, trustees, regents, and directors required by law to make reports to the goveruer or legislature, except the controller of state, must send the original draught of such reports to the governor before the fifteenth day of September in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and in every second year thereafter. The controller of state must send his report to the governor before the fifteenth day of December in eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and in every second year thereafter. (Amendment approved March 10, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 65; in effect immediately.]
333 Board of examiners to order reports printed. The governor shall, upon receipt of such reports, submit the same to the state board of examiners, who shall order such a number of said reports, or part or parts of each report, printed, as in their judgment will meet the requirements of law; provided, that in no instance shall a less number of copies be printed than is necessary to
furnish at least ten copies of each report to all officers, boards of officers, commissioners, trustees, regents, and directors required by law to make reports to the governor or legislature. [Amendment approved March 10, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 66; in effect immediately.]
334. Duty of superintendent of state printing. The superintendent of state printing must print such reports, or such part or parts of said reports, as may be ordered by the state board of examiners, in a manner to be designated by said board, before the first Monday in December next after receipt thereof, except the report of the state controller, which shall be printed before the fifteenth day of January after the receipt thereof, and distribute the same in accordance with the directions of the board of examiners. (Amendment approved March 10, 1891; Sluts. 1891, p. 66; in effect immediately.]
335. Repealed; Stats. 1891, p. 66.
364. Who constitute board of examiners. The board of examiners shall consist of the governor, the secretary of state, the attorney-general, and the secretary of the board, who shall be ex officio member, to act only in the absence from the state capital of any two of the members. (Amendment approved March 23, 1893; Stats. 1893, p. 182, in effect immediately.]
380. An act authorizing the governor of the state of California to
offer a reward for the arrest and conviction of party or parties who murdered Mrs. John Greenwood, in Napa County, on the evening of February 9, 1891, and making an appropriation to pay the same.
[Approved February 17, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 7.] SECTION 1. The governor of the state of California is author. ized to offer a reward of twenty-five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who murdered Mrs. John Greenwood, in Napa County, on the night of Febru. ary the ninth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one; and the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money not otherwise appropriated, and the controller is hereby authorized to draw his warrant for the same whenever the claim is legally made.
SEC, 2. This act shall take effect immediately.