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SUPPLEMENT

TO THE

CODES OF CALIFORNIA

EMBRACING THE

GENERAL STATUTES

THE ANENDMENTS TO THE CODES AND SPECIAL STATUTES OF GEN.
ERAL INTEREST EXACTED AT THE LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS OF
1891 AND 1893, WITH NOTES OF DECISIONS OF THE

SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA FROM
VOLUMES 65 TO 96, INCLUSIVE, OF

CALIFORNIA REPORTS.

COMPILED, ANNOTATED AND INDEXED BY

JAMES H. DEERING

SAN FRANCISCO:
BANCROFT-WHITNEY CO.
LAW PUBLISHERS AND LAW BOOKSELLERS,

1893.

COPYRIGHT 1893, BY THE BANCROFT-WHITNEY COMPANY.

SAX FBANCisco.
THE FILMER ROLLINS ELECTROTIPE COMPANY,

TYPOGRAPHERS AND STEREOTYFERS,

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PREFACE.

This supplement to the pocket edition of the codes contains the amendments of 1891 and 1893, all general lavs passed at those sessions, and all special laws of gen. eral interest. In addition, notes of California decisions from volume 65 to volume 96 inclusive have been apo pended to the sections upon which they bear. The same general plan of arrangement pursued in Deering's Anno. tateil Codes and Statutes has been adopted,

Sax FRANCISCO, July, 1893.

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7. Estoppel of one exercising functions of office abolished
by statute: 73 Cal. 486.

10. What are holidays. Holidays, within the mean-
ing of this code, are every Sunday, the first day of Janu.
ary, the twenty-second day of February, the thirtieth
day of May, the fourth day of July, the ninth day of Sep.
tember, the first Monday of October, the twenty-fifth day
of December, every day on which an election is held
throughout the state, and every day appointed by the Presi.
dent of the United States, or by the governor of this state,
for a public fast, thanksgiving, or holiday. If the first
day of January, the twenty-second day of February, the
thirtieth day of May, the fourth day of July, the ninth
day of September, or the twenty-fifth day of December
fall upon a Sunday, the Monday following is a holiday,
[Anendment approved March 23, 1893; Stats. 1893, p. 187.]

18. This section repeals revenue act of May 17, 1891: 70
Cal. 504; but the possessory act of April 20, 1852, is not within
its provisions: 74'Cal. 508.

19. Fences. - Acts of April 27, 1855, and April 3, 1860, con-
tinued in force: 67 ('al. 591.

Charter of Sacramento: 70 Cal. 504,

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