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board of education of this county hereby provided is not in addition to that provided in section 1770 of this code.

13. Surveyor. The surveyor, two thousand four hundred dollars per annum and in addition thereto all necessary expenses for work performed in the office and all necessary expenses and transportation for work performed in the field; provided, that in counties of this class whenever the board of supervisors shall order or the assessor may require assessor's map or block-books, then the surveyor shall receive, in addition to the salary above noted, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars additional expenses required for the preparation and completion of said maps or blockbooks.

14. Justices of the peace. · In counties of this class justices of the peace shall be compensated as follows, and all salaries shall be payable monthly in the same manner as the salaries of county officers are paid, viz.:

(1) In townships having a population of twenty-five thousand or more, justices of the peace shall each receive a salary of three hundred ($300) dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal cases and in civil cases and in all cases wherein justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner. All fees chargeable and collectible by justices of the peace in criminal and civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury.

(2) In townships having a population of five thousand and less than *twentyfive thousand, justices of the peace shall receive the sum of one hundred and forty ($140) dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal cases and civil cases and in all cases wherein justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner. All fees chargeable and collectible by justices of the peace in criminal cases and in civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury.

(3) In townships having a population of three thousand and less than five thousand, justices of the peace shall each receive the sum of one hundred and twenty-five ($125) dollars as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal cases and civil cases and in all cases wherein the justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner. All fees chargeable and collectible by justices of the peace in criminal cases and in civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury.

(4) In townships having a population of two thousand and less than three thousand, justices of the peace shall each receive the sum of one hundred ($100) dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal cases and in civil cases and in all cases wherein justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner. AN fees chargeable and collectible by justices of the peace in criminal and civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury.

(5) In townships having a population of nine hundred and less than two thousand, justices of the peace shall each receive the sum of seventyfive dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal cases and in civil cases and in all cases wherein justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner. All fees chargeable and collectible by justices of the peace in criminal cases and in civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury.

(6) In townships having a population of less than mine hundred, jus. tices of the peace shall each receive the sum of fifty ($50) dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal cases and in civil cases and in all cases wherein justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner. All fees chargeable and collectible by justices of the peace in criminal and civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury; provided, however, that justices of the peace in town. ships contiguous to municipalities containing twenty-five thousand or more inhabitants or in which a penal institution is located shall be allowed a salary of one hundred and forty ($140) dollars a month each as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil cases and in all cases wherein the justices of the peace perform the duties of coroner, and all fees chargeable and collectible by said justices of the peace in criminal cases and in civil cases for services rendered by them shall be collected by them and by them paid monthly into the county treasury. The population referred to in classifying the townships for the purpose of regulating the compensation of justices of the peace shall be the population found and determined by the federal census taken in the year 1910; provided, that if the township census be taken after the taking of the federal census under the provision of section 4055, then said census shall be known and shall become the official census of the township in which the same is taken, and the population therein determined shall be and become the official population of such township.

15. Constables. Constables, in townships having a population of between nine hundred and one thousand, and between twenty-two hundred and twenty-four hundred inhabitants, as found and determined by the last preceding federal census, shall be allowed a salary of seventy-five dollars per month each and fifteen cents per mile actually traveled in taking prisoners to the county jail, in lieu of all fees in criminal cases. In all other townships, constables, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law, except that the constables in townships containing twenty thousand or more inhabitants shall be allowed a salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month each, in lieu of all fees in criminal cases; provided, further, that constables in townships contiguous to municipalities containing twenty-five thousand or more inhabitants, or in which a state penal institution is located, shall be allowed a salary of one hundred dollars per month each, and fifteen cents per mile for every mile actually traveled in taking prisoners to the county jail, in lieu of all fees in criminal cases; provided, further, that constables, in townships not contiguous to municipalities containing twenty-five thousand or more inhabitants, and constables in townships in which a state penal institution is not located, shall receive in addition to the fees now provided by law three dollars per diem for each day in actual attendance on the court in criminal cases, and fifteen cents per mile for each mile actually traveled in taking prisoners to the county jail. The salary

of the constables as above provided to be paid at the same time and in the same manner as county officers are paid.

16. Supervisors. Each supervisor, one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month, and ten cents per mile for traveling to and from the county seat; provided, mileage shall not be allowed oftener than once in each month.

17. Auditor and recorder. The offices of recorder and auditor shall be separate and shall not be consolidated by the board of supervisors.

18. Jurors. For attending as a juror in the superior court, for each day's attendance, per diem three dollars. For each mile actually traveled in attending court as juror, in going only, per mile, twenty-five cents.

19. County analyst. In counties of this class there may be a county analyst, to be appointed by the board of supervisors, who shall receive a salary of not less than fifty dollars per month, to be paid at the same time and in the same manner as other county officers are paid. He shall furnish his own laboratory. He shall perform such service as may be required by the district attorney, coroner, or by ordinances of the board of supervisors. He shall have been a resident of the county for at least two years and shall be a graduate of a recognized university or technical school and shall have had at least three years' experience in forensic and analytical chemistry.

20. Office furnished. In townships containing twenty thousand or more inhabitants the board of supervisors shall furnish the justices of the peace and the constables of such townships an office, to be occupied by such justice and constables jointly.

Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. [Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 996.1

Legislation § 4235. 1. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 444; based on former County Gov. Act 1897, p. 509, $ 163, as amended by Stats. 1905, p. 504. 2. Amended by Stats. 1911, p. 134. 3. By Stats. 1911, p. 924. 4. By Stats. 1913, p. 1305. 5. By Stats. 1915, p. 996. Original $ 4235 enacted March 12, 1872; amended (1) by Stats. 1895, p. 53; (2) by Stats. 1905, p. 47; repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 354; same as present § 4131, ante.

ARTICLE VII.
Counties of the Seventh Class. [San Diego.]

$ 4236. Salaries of officers. § 4236. Counties of seventh class, salaries of officers. In counties of the seventh class the county and township officers shall receive as full compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their office the following salaries:

1. County clerk. The county clerk, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there hereby is allowed to the county clerk one chief deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one registration clerk who shall receive a salary of one thousand six hundred eighty dollars per annum; five court clerks who shall receive salaries of one thousand five hundred dollars each per annum; two depu. ties who shall receive salaries of one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars each per annum; one index clerk who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one stenographer who shall receive a salary of one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; three copyists who shall receive salaries of one thousand and twenty dollars each per annum; and a deputy or deputies, not to exceed five, for the purpose of registering electors, to be paid not to exceed four dollars per diem each; provided, that said deputies so employed for registering electors shall not be employed except during a year when a general eleetion is to be held throughout the state, and then only between the first day of June and the fifteenth day of November of said year, and not more than than one deputy for each precinct for the purpose of registering electors in precincts outside of the corporate limits of municipalities containing twenty-five thousand or more inhabitants, who shall be paid ten cents per name for each person legally registered by them, the salaries and compensations of each of said deputies and clerks to be paid out of the county treasury in equal monthly installments in the same manner and at the same time as the other county officials are paid.

2. Sheriff. The sheriff, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; provider, that in counties of this class there shall be and there hereby is allowed to the sheriff one under-sheriff, whose salary is hereby fixed at the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, and the following deputies and employees: One deputy who shall be head jailer, and who shall receive the salary of one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum; two service deputies who shall receive a salary of one thousand five hundred dollars each per annum; five deputies who shall receive salaries of one thousand two hundred dollars each, per annum; one stenographer who shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum; one book-keeper who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; seven deputies who shall be turnkeys at the jail, whose salaries shall be one thousand and twenty dollars each, per annum, but no more turnkeys are to be employed than are absolutely necessary to handle the requirements of the jail; and three deputies who shall be known as country deputies, who shall receive salaries of one thousand two hundred dollars each per annum. In counties of this class there shall be a matron of the county jail, to be appointed by the sheriff, and who, under the direction of the sheriff, shall have charge of all female prisoners in the county jail, and who shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum, to be paid by the county in monthly installments at the same time, in the same manner, and out of the same fund as is the salary of the sheriff. In counties of this class the sheriff shall be allowed by the board of supervisors his actual necessary expenses for pursuing criminals, or for transacting of criminal business, and his actual necessary expenses for service of all process and notices, and each and all such expenses shall be a charge against the county and allowed by the board of supervisors, and paid as other county charges are paid. In counties of this class the sheriff shall not be allowed to retain for his own use any fees or mileage for the service of any process issued out of any court of this county but such fees and mileage when collected shall be paid into the county treasury.

3. Recorder. The recorder, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there is hereby allowed the recorder the following deputies and copyists who shall be appointed by the recorder of said county, and shall be paid as follows: One chief deputy who shall receive one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one index deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one assistant index clerk who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one chief filing clerk who shall act as deputy registrar who shall receive a salary of one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one assistant filing clerk who shall receive a salary of one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; three compilation clerks who shall receive salaries of one thousand and twenty dollars each, per annum; and as many copyists as may be required, who shall receive as compensation the sum of five cents per folio for recording all instruments or notices except maps and plats, and for copies of any records, five cents per folio.

4. Auditor. The auditor, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; provided, that there is hereby allowed to the auditor the following deputies: One chief deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand six hundred and eighty dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum; five additional deputies at a salary of four dollars per day each, for each day employed for a period not to exceed one hundred and fifty-six days in any one year.

5. Treasurer. The treasurer, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there hereby is allowed to the treasurer, the following deputies, who shall be appointed by the treasurer and shall receive salaries as follows: One deputy who shall receive a salary of two thousand one hundred dollars per annum, and one deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars per annum. The salary of the treasurer hereinabove provided shall be in full compensation for all services rendered, and the fees heretofore chargeable and collected by him for returning to the state the collateral inheritance tax and for the performance of his official duties in connection therewith shall be paid into the county treasury and be the property of said county; and said treasurer shall receive no fees, compensation or commissions of any kind or character for any service rendered by him in connection with said collateral inheritance tax.

6. Tax-collector. The tax-collector, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum and such fees as are allowed by law; one chief deputy who shall receive a salary of two thousand one hundred dollars per annum; two deputies who shall receive salaries of one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars each, per annum; two deputies who shall receive salaries of one thousand two hundred dollars each, per annum; a stenographer who shall receive a salary of one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; twelve additional clerks at a salary of four dollars per day each, for each day employed, for a period not to exceed one hundred and fifty-six days in any one year.

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