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the state printer, who shall receipt for the same, and witbout delay engross (print) the same in the order so received by him, and deliver such engrossed bill or other document, with the original thereof, to the engrossing clerk from whom he received the same, who shall carefully compare the engrossed copy with the original, and, if correctly engrossed, report the same back, with the ori. ginal, to the engrossing committee of the house from which he received it. And all bills and other documents required to be enrolled by order of either house shall be delivered by the secretary of the senate or chief clerk of the house, as the case may be, to the enrolling clerk of the bouse ordering such enrollment, who shall deliver such bills or other documents without delay, in the order of their receipt, to the state printer, who shall receipt for the same, and who shall, without delay, correctly enroll (print) the same in the order so received by him, and when enrolled, he shall deliver such enrolled bill or other document, with the original thereof, to the enrolling clerk from whom he received the same, who shall carefully compare such enrolled copy with the original, and if correctly enrolled he shall report the same back, with the original, to the enrolling committee of the house from which he received it. [New section alded March 31, 1891; Stus. 1891, p. 126.]
622. Taxing foreign insurance companies: 74 Cal. 113.
Designation of agent of foreign insurance company: 5 Cal. 398.
633. Insurance companies — Ayents -- Conditions and requirements – Insurance commissioner. No person shall, in this state, act as the agent or solicitor of any life insurance company doing business in this state until he has proluced to the commissioner, and tiled with him, a dupli. cate power of attorney from the company, or its authorized agent, authorizing him to act as such agent or solicitor. Upon filing such power, the commissioner shall issue a license to him to act as such agent or solicitor for such company, if such company has received a certificate of authority from such commissioner to do business in this state, Such license shall continue in force twelve months from the date thereof, but may be and shall be sooner revoked upon application of the company or its authorized agent. Such license may be renewed, from time to time, for an additional period of twelve months, on pra duction, by the holder, to the commissioner, of a certificats from the company that such person's authority as such agent or solicitor continues. For each such liceuse or renewal thereof, the commissioner shall receive the sum of one dollar. The commissioner shall keep ari alphabetical list of the names of the persons to whom such licenses shall be issued, with the date of the license and renewal, and the name of the company for whom such person is working If any person shall, under a false or fictitious name, procure, or attempt to procure, a license to act as agent or solicitor of any life insurance company, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Every person who, in this state, procures, or agrees to procure, any insurance for a resident of this state from any insurance company not incorporated under the laws of this state, unless such company or its agent has filed the bond required by the laws of this state relating to insurance, and obtained from the commissioner a certificate of authority to do business, and every person who solicits or procures any life insurance without having been duly licensed so to do by the commis. sioner, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished accordingly. The insur. ance commissioner must require, as a condition precedent to the transaction of life insurance business in this state, that every life insurance corporation or company created by the laws of any other state, or of any foreign country, must file in his office the name of an agent, and his place of residence in this state, on whom summons and other process may be served in all actions or other legal proceedings against such corporation or company; all process so served gives jurisdiction over such corporation or company. The agent so appointed must be the principal agent of such corporation or company in this state. Any such foreign corporation or company shall, as a further condition precedent to the transaction of insurance business in this state, and in consideration of the privilege to transact such insurance business in this state, inake and file with the insurance commissioner an agreement or stipulation, executed by the proper authorities of such corporation or company, in form and substance as follows: The (giving name of corporation or company) does hereby stipulate and agree that in consideration of the permis. siou granted by the state of California to it to transact insurance business in this state, that if at any time snch corporation or company shall, under the existing provisions of law in this state in relation to insurance companies, be without an agent in this state on whom sui. mons or other legal process may be served, service of such summons or other legal process may be made upon the insurance commissioner, such service upon the coinmissioner to have the same force and effect as if made upon the corporation or company. Whenever such service of suinmons or other legal process shall be made upon the insurance commissioner, he must, within ten days thereafter, transmit by mail, by registered letter, a copy of such summons or other legal process to the corporation, addressed to the president or secretary thereof, at its home or principal office; such copy must be certified by the commissioner, under his hand and official seal, and the sending of such copy by the said commissioner shall be a necessary part of the service of summons or other legal process. (Amendment approved March 9, 1893; Stats. 1893, P. 16.).
654. Chairman - Secretary — Duty of secretary. The governor, and in his absence the secretary of state, is chairman of the board of examiners. The governor shall appoint a secretary, to hold office during his pleasure, whose salary as secretary and ex officio member of the board shall be three thousand dollars per annum, payable as the salaries of other state officers. He is an executive officer attached to the governor's office, and is authorized to administer oaths, and shall perforin such duties, other than secretary, as may be assigned to him by the governor, from time to time. (Amendment approved March 23, 1893; Stats. 1893, p. 182; in effect immediately.]
This section was also amended at the session of 1891 (Stats, 1891, p. 71). As amended at that session, it read as follows:
The governor, and in his absence the secretary of State, is chairman of the board of examiners. The governor shall appoint a secretary, to hold office during his pleasure, whose salary is two thousand four hundred dollars per annum, payable as the salaries of other state officers. He is an executive officer attached to the governor's office, and is authorized to administer oaths, and shall perform such duties other than secretary as may be assigned to him by the governor, from time to time. 657. An act authorizing the state board of eraminers to sell old furniture and all material belonging to the state and not required for public use.
(Approved March 31, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 452.] SECTION 1. The state board of examiners are hereby author. ized to sell, when, in their judgment, they may deem it advisable, the old furniture and all other useless material belonging to the state and not required for state purposes, and pay the proceeds thereof into the state treasury to the credit of the general fund. SEC. 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
684. Assistant secretary to board of examiners. The governor may appoint an assistant to the secretary of the state board of examiners, at an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars, payable in the same manner as the sal. aries of other state officers. Said assistant is a civil exec. utive officer. [New section added March 21, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 194; in effect immediately. ]
Section 2 of section 684 reads as follows:
There is hereby appropriated the sum of six hundred and seventy-five dollars out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of the salary of the assistant to the secretary of the state board of examiners ior the forty-second fiscal year.
685. Clerk. The board may appoint a clerk for the secretary of the board, at an annual salary of sixteen hun. dred dollars, payable in the same manner as the salaries of other state officers. [New section added March 23, 1893; Stats. 1893, p. 182; in effect immediately.]
Sections 4 and 44 of the above act read as follows:
Sec. 4. There is hereby appropriated the sum of five hundred dollars out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of the salary of the clerk for the secretary of the board for the forty-fourth fiscal year.
SEC. 492. The controller is hereby authorized to draw his warrant for the amount herein made payable, and the treasurer directed to pay the same,
737. Annual salarics of judges of superior courts. The annual salaries of the juulges of the superior courts of the city and county of San Francisco and of the counties of Alameda, San Joaquin, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Yuba and Sutter combined, Sacramento, Butte, Nevada, Sonoma, Colusa, Monterey, Santa Barbara, San Diego, Marin, Mendocino, Tehama, San Bernar. dino, Kern, Placer, Humboldt, Tulare, Fresno, Solano, Yolo, and Contra Costa are four thousand dollars each; and of the judges of the superior courts of Amador, Calaveras, Stanislaus, and El Dorado, three thousand five hundred dollars per annuin; the judges of the superior court of the county of Alpine, two thousand dollars per annum; one half of which shall be pail by the state, and the other half thereof by the county of which the judge is elected or appointed, except that in the counties of Yuba and Sutter one fourth of the salary of the superior judge shall be paid by each county.
SEC. 2. The provisions of this act shall not affect the salary of present incumbents. [Amendment approved March 31, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 267.]
751. Deputy clerks of supreme court. He may appoint six deputies, three to reside at San Francisco, two at Los Angeles, one at the state capital. [Amendment approved April 6, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 508; in effect immediately.]
Section 2 of the above act reads as follows:
SEC. 2. The sum of four thousand and filty dollars is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwie appropriated, to pay the salary of the additional deputy at Los Angeles for the forty-second, and forty-third, and fortyfourth fiscal years.
767. Deputy reporter, salary of: 75 Cal. 69.
791. Number of notaries to appoint. The governor may appoint and commission such number of notaries public for the several counties of this state as he shall deem necessary for the public convenience; except that in cities and counties and counties of the first class the number shall not exceed sixty. [.Amendment approved March 23, 1893; Stats. 1893, p. 289; in effect immediately.]
792. Qualifications of notaries public. Every person appointed as notary public must, at the time of appoint