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a salary of one hundred and twenty dollars each per month; two deputies who shall be cashiers at a salary of one hundred and twenty dollars each per month; one machinery valuation deputy at a salary of one hundred and twenty dollars per month; one tax sale and redemption deputy at a salary of one hundred and ten dollars per month; eleven deputies at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; four transfer deputies at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; ninety field deputies for a period not exceeding three months in any one year at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; forty field deputies for a period not exceeding three months in any one year at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; thirty-five clerks for a period not exceeding four months in any one year at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; fifteen field deputies for a period not exceeding six months in any one year, at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; eighteen copyists at a salary of seventy-five dollars each per month; fifteen copyists for a period not exceeding four months in any one year at a salary of seventy-five [dollars) each per month; sixty copyists for a period not exceeding three months in any one year at a salary of seventy-five dollars each per month; ten comparers, for a period not exceeding three months in any one year, at a salary of eighty dollars each per month; twelve comparers for a period not exceeding three months in any one year, at a salary of eighty dollars each per month; two deputies, who shall be photographers, at a salary of one hundred and twenty dollars each per month; two stenographers at a salary of ninety dollars each per month; there is also allowed not to exceed five hundred dollars for transportation expenses of the said assessor or his deputies for each year; it is further provided that in counties of this class, that if the assessor be directed by any law, or by any order of the board of supervisors, within counties of this class, to prepare maps, plats, or block-books for the use of the county, or assessment-rolls, for the use of any municipality, then said assessor shall make such maps, plats, or block-books, or assessment-rolls, but shall only receive the actual cost by him incurred in making or preparing said maps, plats, or block-books, or assessment-rolls; and provided, further, that he shall file with the county auditor a sworn statement, showing the persons to whom, and the amounts paid to each for such maps, plats, block-books, or assessment-rolls, and he shall account forthwith and pay over to the county any difference between such costs and the amount allowed him for such work. The salaries of the deputies, stenographers, clerks, and copyists herein provided for, shall be paid by said county in monthly installments, at the same time, in the same manner, and out of the same fund as the salary of the county assessor is paid; it is further provided, that in counties of this class the assessor shall receive no commission for his collection of taxes on personal property, nor shall such assessor receive any compensation or commission for the collection of poll-taxes or road poll-taxes, nor shall the said assessor receive any compensation for making out the military roll of persons returned to him as subject to military duty as provided by sec. tion 1901 of the Political Code; provided, however, that fifteen per cent of all moneys collected by him for poll-taxes, and road poll-taxas shall shall be allowed to such counties on their settlement with the state, and be and remain the property of such counties.

9. Coroner. The coroner, three thousand dollars per annum and his actual necessary expenses in traveling outside of the county seat. He shall hold inquests as prescribed by chapter 2, title 12, part 2, of the Penal Code, except that he may in his discretion dispense with a jury. The coroner or other officer holding an inquest upon the body of a deceased person may subpoena a physician or surgeon to inspect a body, or a chemist to make an analysis of the contents of the stomach or tissues of the body, or hold a post-mortem examination of the deceased, and give his professional opinion as to the cause of death. The coroner in counties of this class shall be and he is hereby allowed the following assistants: One deputy at a salary of two hundred dollars per month; said deputy shall have the power and it shall be his duty when directed by the coroner, to hold inquests, and all power conferred by law upon the coroner may be exercised by said deputy; one stenographer at a salary of one hundred and fifty dollars per month. Said stenographer shall take down in shorthand the testimony of witnesses at inquests and shall transcribe the same in longhand and file a certified copy thereof with the county clerk; one clerk at a salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month; one deputy at a salary of one hundred dollars per month. The salaries of the deputies, clerks and stenog. rapher herein provided for shall be paid by the county, in the same manner, at the same time, and out of the same funds as the salary of the coroner is paid.

10. Public administrator. The public administrator, three thousand dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there is hereby allowed to the public administrator one deputy at a salary of one hundred and seventy-five dollars per month. The salary of said deputy shall be paid by the county in the same manner, at the same time, and out of the same fund as the salary of the public administrator is paid.

11. Superintendent of schools. The superintendent of schools, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum, which shall be in full for all services, including attendance upon the board of education, also actual necessary traveling expenses not to exceed five dollars for every school district in the county; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there hereby is allowed the superintendent of schools the following assistants and deputies who shall be appointed by the superintendent of schools of said county, and who shall be paid salaries as follows: Three assistants at a salary of two hundred and twenty-five dollars each per month; one deputy at a salary of one hundred and seventy-five dollars per month; three deputies at a salary of one hundred and twenty. five dollars each per month; four deputies at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month. The salaries of the assistants and deputies herein provided for shall be paid by the county at the same time, in the same manner, and out of the same fund as the salary of the superintendent of schools is paid.

12. Health-officer. The health-officer, fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and special health-officers when appointed as in this title provided, ten dollars each per day; provided that not more than five hundred dollars per annum shall be paid or expended in any one year in payment of special health-officers. The salaries of the health-officer and special health. officer shall be paid by the county in the same manner, at the same time and out of the same fund as the salaries of county officers are paid.

1242. Board of education. Each member of the county board of education, except the secretary thereof, five dollars for each session of the board attended, not exceeding a total of four hundred dollars to any member in any one year. In addition, each member shall be entitled to mileage at the rate of ten cents per mile, for one way only, while attending the regular sessions. Said compensation of the said members of the board of education shall be payable monthly and out of the same funds, and in the same manner as the salary of the county superintendent of schools is paid. Said compensation shall be in full payment for all services rendered.

13. Surveyor. The surveyor, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum, and in addition thereto all necessary expenses and transportation for work performed in the field, and all necessary expenses for searching records and compiling assessor's maps; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there hereby is allowed to the surveyor, the following deputies who shall be appointed by the surveyor of said county, and who shall be paid salaries as follows: One chief deputy who shall be a civil engineer at a salary of two hundred and fifty dollars per month; one deputy who shall be a bridge engineer at a salary of one hundred and ninety dollars per month; two deputies who shall be civil engineers at a salary of one hundred seventy-five dollars each per month; seven deputies who shall be surveyors or draftsmen at a salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars each per month; three · deputies, two of whom shall be draftsmen and one a counter deputy at a salary of one hundred and ten dollars each per month; two deputies who shall be draftsmen at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month; two deputies who shall be instrument or draftsmen at a salary of ninety dollars each per month; one deputy who shall be a stenog. rapher at a salary of ninety dollars per month. The salaries of the deputies herein provided for shall be paid by said county at the same time, in the same manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the county surveyor is paid.

14. Supervisors. Supervisors, two thousand four hundred dollars per annum together with mileage at the rate of ten cents per mile for each mile actually traveled by them in the discharge of their duties, either as road commissioners or supervisors, not exceeding in the aggregate seven hundred and fifty dollars each per annum. They shall also receive their necessary expenses when attending meetings of the state board of equalization; and provided, further, that there shall and hereby is allowed to the said board of supervisors the following clerks: One clerk who shall be auditor and accountant at a salary of one hundred and fifty dollars per month; one clerk who shall be in charge of miscellaneous records, equalization and election matters, at a salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month; one clerk who shall be demand clerk at a salary of one hundred and fifteen dollars per month; two assistant clerks at salaries of one hundred and fifteen dollars each per month; one clerk who shall be stenographer and index clerk at a salary of one hundred dollars per month; one clerk, as emergency clerk, at a salary of one hundred dollars per month; one clerk who shall be superintendent of charities at a salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month; one clerk at a salary of one hundred and ten dollars per month and one clerk at a salary of one hundred dollars per month, each of whom shall be an assistant to the superintendent of charities; one clerk who shall be stenographer for the department of charities at a salary of eighty-five dollars per month; forty clerks for a period not exceeding thirty days in any one year at a salary of four dollars each for each day actually employed to assist said board in the work of equalization; and in addition to the clerks hereinbefore provided for, in years when a general election is held in the state, there shall be and hereby is allowed the said board of supervisors sixty clerks for a period not to exceed twenty days in such years, at a compensation of four dollars each per day for each day actually employed; such clerks shall be appointed by the board of supervisors and shall be paid by said county in the same manner, at the same time, and out of the same fund as other clerks of the county officers are paid; and still further pro. vided, that from and after the first Monday after the first day of January in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, supervisors in counties now of this class shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law a salary of three thousand dollars each per annum, together with mileage at the rate of ten cents per mile for each mile actually traveled by them in the discharge of their duties either as road commissioners or supervisors, not exceeding in the aggregate seven hundred and fifty dollars each per annum, and they shall also receive their necessary expenses when attending meetings of the state board of equalization. The salaries of the deputies, clerks and employees herein provided for shall be paid by said county in monthly installments at the same time, in the same manner and out of the same fund as the county officers are paid.

15. Justices of the peace. In townships having a population of thirty thousand and not more than one hundred thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a salary of two thousand dollars per annum; in townships having a population of fifteen thousand and less than thirty thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum; in townships having a population of ten thousand and less than fifteen thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum; in townships having a population of five thousand and less than ten thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum; in townships having a population of two thousand and less than five thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a salary of six hundred dollars per annum; in townships having a population of less than two thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a salary of five hundred dollars per annum; and provided, further, that in townships having a population of more than one hundred thousand, each justice of the peace shall receive a salary of three thousand dollars per annum. All salaries shall be in lieu of all fees due or to become due all justices for the performance of any official act, and such salaries as herein before provided shall be paid in like manner, at the same time, and out of the same funds as county officers are paid by such county. And all fees together with all fines and penalties paid to such justices or into such court, shall be and become the property of the county in which such justice exercises bis jurisdiction. And each of such justices shall report under oath on the first Monday of each month, to the board of supervisors of such county, the amount of all fines and fees collected by him on the account aforesaid during the preceding month, and shall, on said date, deposit with the county treasurer, to the credit of the county, all such fines and fees as may be shown by said report to have been collected by him. He shall also transmit the treasurer's receipt for said payment to the board of supervisors with the said report.

The board of supervisors of such counties in townships having a population of more than fifteen thousand, may provide each such justice with an office and the necessary furniture and supplies for the justice's court and may in their discretion provide each such justice with the necessary law books; and provided, further, that the board of supervisors in such counties may, in townships having a population of more than one hundred thousand, appoint a clerk for each justice therein which clerks shall each hold office for the term of two years from and after . appointment, and shall receive a salary of one hundred dollars each per month, payable in like manner, at like times and out of the same fund as county officers are paid by the county; said clerks shall each take and file an oath of office in like manner as county officers, and after being appointed and qualifying as hereinbefore prescribed, shall have power to administer and certify oaths to affidavits, and all papers, documents, or instruments used in or in connection with the actions and proceedings of such justice's court. Such clerks shall perform such other clerical services as may be required of them by the justice or justices. For the purpose of this section the population of townships in counties of this class is hereby determined by the population of such townships as shown by the census taken under the direction of the congress of the United States in the year 1910.

16. Constables. Constables shall receive the following monthly salaries, to be paid each month and in like manner, at like times and out of the same fund as county officers are paid, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them in criminal cases, or in actions or proceedings in which the people of the state of California are parties. In town. ships having a population of three hundred thousand or over, one hun dred and fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of thirty thousand and less than three hundred thousand, one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month; in townships having a population of ten thousand and less than thirty thousand, ninety dollars per month; in townships having a population of five thousand and less than ten thousand, sixty dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than five thousand, forty dollars per month. In addition to the compensation received in criminal cases, each constable may receive and retain for his own use such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law for all services performed by him in civil cases; provided, that the constable shall be allowed all necessary expenses actually incurred in serving any criminal process or pursuing, taking or arresting persons charged with crime, or transporting such persons to or from court or county jail. And all fees collected by such constable on account of services rendered in criminal cases or proceedings in which the people of the state of California are parties, shall belong to and be the prop

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