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7. Assessor. The assessor, three thousand six hundred dollars per an. num, and traveling expenses incurred in the discharge of his official duties not exceeding three hundred sixty dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be, and there hereby is allowed to the assessor, one chief deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of sixteen hundred and fifty dollars per annum; one deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars per annum; a second deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; two deputies for a period not exceeding six months in any one year at salaries of one hundred dollars per month each; one deputy for a period not exceeding five months in any one year at a salary of one hundred dollars per month; four deputies for a period not exceeding four months in any one year, at salaries of one hundred dollars each per month; one stenographer who shall receive a salary of one thousand and twenty dollars per annum; six deputies for a period not exceeding one hundred and four days each fourth year, whose per diem shall be four dollars each when actually employed. 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 assessor receive any compensation for making out the military-roll of persons returned to him as subject to military duty as provided by section 1901 of the Political Code; provided, however, that fifteen per cent of all moneys collected by him for poll-taxes and road poll-taxes shall be allowed to such counties on their settlement with the state, and be and remain the property of such counties. It is further provided that in counties of this class, in addition to the deputies already allowed, there shall be and is hereby allowed to the assessor, twenty deputies who shall receive salaries of four dollars per day each, five deputies who shall receive salaries of five dollars per day each, and five deputies who shall receive salaries of three dollars per day each for a period not exceeding seventy-eight days in any one year.

8. District attorney. The district attorney, four thousand dollars per annum; also one assistant district attorney, who shall receive a salary of three thousand dollars per annum; two deputy district attorneys who shall receive salaries of two thousand four hundred dollars each per annum; one deputy district attorney who shall receive a salary of two thousand dollars per annum; one deputy district attorney who shall receive a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, and two stenographers who shall receive salaries of one thousand two hundred dollars each, per annum. It is further provided that in counties of this class the district attorney be and is hereby allowed a detective who shall receive a salary of one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

9. Superintendent of schools. The superintendent of public schools, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there is hereby allowed the superintendent of public schools, one assistant superintendent, who shall receive a salary of two thousand dollars per annum; one deputy superintendent who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum and one book-keeper who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum. In counties of this class the secretary of the county board of education shall not be paid or allowed to receive any compensation whatever for his services as secretary of such board, nor for any services rendered in connection therewith; and provided, further, that in counties of this class, the county school superintendent and assistant superintendent shall each receive their actual and necessary traveling expenses for visiting and examining schools and school properties of the county and in performing such other duties as are incident to the full discharge of the requirements of the office of superintendent of schools.

10. Administrator. The public administrator, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

11. Coroner. The coroner, one thousand five hundred dollars, and in addition thereto the board of supervisors shall allow the coroner his actual traveling expenses in the performance of his official duties within the county, when called away from the county seat. It is further provided that in counties of this class there shall be and there is hereby allowed the coroner, one assistant coroner, who shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum; one autopsy surgeon to be appointed by the coroner who shall receive a salary of one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, and one summoning officer who shall, as compensation for his services, receive a fee of twenty-five cents for each and every person sworn as a coroner's juror.

12. Surveyor. The surveyor, three thousand six hundred dollars per annum, also one office deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one principal field deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; one assistant field deputy in the assessor's office who shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; one assistant office deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand and eighty dollars per annum; three draftsmen who shall receive salaries of nine hundred dollars each per annum; two deputies, chiefs of parties, who shall receive salaries of one thousand two hundred dollars each per annum; three instrument men who shall receive salaries of nine hundred and sixty dollars each per annum, and such other assistants as may be necessary for field work, who shall receive a compensation of three dollars per diem and expenses, when working in the field.

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

(1) In townships having a population of twenty thousand or more, three thousand dollars per annum as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil cases. 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 paid monthly into the county treasury. The board of supervisors of such county shall furnish justices of the peace in townships having a population of twenty thousand or more with suitable courtrooms for said justices of the peace.

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(2) In townships having a population of eight thousand and less than twenty thousand, justices of the peace shall receive the sum of one hundred dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil cases. 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 paid monthly into the county treasury.

(3) In townships having a population of five thousand and less than eight thousand, justices of the peace shall receive the sum of seventyfive dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil cases. 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 paid monthly into the county treasury.

(4) In townships having a population of one thousand four hundred and less than five thousand, justices of the peace shall receive the sum of thirty-five dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil cases. 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 paid monthly into the county treasury.

(5) In townships having a population of nine hundred and less than one thousand four hundred, justices of the peace shall receive the sum of twenty-five dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered' by them in both criminal and civil cases. 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 paid monthly into the county treasury.

(6) In townships having a population of four hundred and less than nine hundred, justices of the peace shall receive the sum of ten dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil cases. 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 paid monthly into the county treasury.

(7) In townships having a population of less than four hundred, jus. tices of the peace shall receive the sum of five dollars per month as full compensation for all services rendered by them in both criminal and civil

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 paid monthly into the county treasury.

The population referred to in classifying townships for the purpose of regulating compensation of justices of the peace, shall be the population found and determined by multiplying the registered vote at the last general election by three and such population so determined shall be and become the official population of such township.

The legislature hereby declares that this section does not increase the incumbents' compensation and shall apply to said incumbents when this said act takes etteet.

14. Constables. Population. In counties of this cass constables 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.:

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(1) In townships having a population of twenty thousand or more, such fees in civil cases as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, and in all criminal cases in lieu of fees now allowed by law, the sum of one hundred dollars per month; provided, that the constable shall be allowed actual traveling expenses only, in lieu of mileage for taking prisoners to the county jail. The board of supervisors of counties of this class shall furnish the constables in townships having a population of twenty thousand or more with an office and with necessary and proper furniture therefor for each of said constables.

(2) In townships having a population of eight thousand and less than twenty thousand, such fees in civil cases as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, and in all criminal cases the sum of fifty dollars per month; provided, that the constables shall be allowed actual traveling expenses only, in lieu of mileage for taking prisoners to the county jail.

(3) In townships having a population of five thousand and less than eight thousand, such fees in civil cases as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, and in all criminal cases the sum of forty-five dollars per month; provided, that the constables shall be allowed actual traveling expenses only, in lieu of mileage for taking prisoners to the county jail.

(4) In townships having a population of nine hundred and less than five thousand, such fees in civil cases as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, and in all criminal cases the sum of twenty-five dollars per month; provided, that the constables shall be allowed actual traveling expenses only, in lieu of mileage for taking prisoners to the county jail.

(5) In townships having a population of four hundred and less than nine hundred, such fees in civil cases as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, and in all criminal cases the sum of ten dollars per month; provider, that the constables shall be allowed actual traveling expenses only, in lieu of mileage for taking prisoners to the county jail.

(6) In townships having a population of less than four hundred, such fees in civil cases as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law, and in all criminal cases the sum of five dollars per month; provided, that the constables shall be allowed actual traveling expenses only, in lieu of mileage for taking prisoners to the county jail.

The population referred to in classifying townships for the purpose of regulating compensation of constables, shall be the population found and determined by multiplying the registered vote at the last general election by three and such population so determined shall be and become the official population of such township.

The legislature hereby declares that this section does not increase the incumbents' compensation and shall apply to said incumbents when this said act takes effect.

15. Supervisors. Each member of the board of supervisors, one thousand five hundrei dollars per annum and fifteen cents per mile in going from his residence to the county seat at each meeting of the board. Also five hundred dollars per annum each and fifteen cents for each mile actually traveled in performing services as road commissioner; provided, that said supervisors shall not in any one year receive more than one thousand dollars each in mileage as road commissioner,

16. Jurors. In counties of this class, grand and trial jurors in all criminal cases shall receive two dollars fifty cents per day for each day's attendance while engaged in the performance of the duties required of them and in addition thereto shall receive for each mile actually traveled in going only, while acting as such juror, twenty-five cents; and the judge of said court shall make an order directing the auditor to draw his warrant on the treasurer in favor of such juror for said per diem and mileage and the treasurer shall pay the same.

17. Special help for bringing records down to date. Bringing records down to date in any office in counties of the seventh class, when the work of said office has not been brought down to date, and was in such condition when the present incumbent was inducted into office, the board of supervisors may authorize said incumbent to perform the labors that should have been performed by his predecessors in office and for that purpose may authorize said incumbent to employ special clerical help, at a compensation to be fixed by the board of supervisors, at so much per diem; provided, that the provisions herein shall apply only to work that should have been done by the incumbent's predecessor in office.

18. Deputies: Appointment, salaries. The deputies, clerks, copyists and employees mentioned in this section are hereby allowed to the respective county officers named, who shall appoint the same, and said deputies, clerks, copyists and employees shall be paid by the counties of this class in monthly installments, at the same time, in the same manner and out of the same fund as the salaries of the county officers are paid. [Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 778.]

Legislation § 4236. 1. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 447; based on former County Gov. Act 1897, p. 511, § 164, as amended by Stats. 1905,

2. Amended by Stats. 1909, p. 672. 3. By Stats. 1911, p. 110. 4. By Stats. 1911, p. 1262. 5. By Stats. 1913, p. 1354. 6. By Stats. 1915, p. 778. Original § 4236 enacted March 12, 1872; repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 354; substantially same as present $ 1132, ante.

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ARTICLE VIII.
Counties of the Eighth Class. [San Bernardino.)

$ 4237. Salaries of officers. § 4237. Counties of eighth class, salaries of officers. In counties of the eighth class, the county and township officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their oflice, the following salaries, and shall have as deputies or assistants the respective employees hereinafter named, to wit:

1. County clerk. The county clerk, two thousand seven hundred dol. lars per annum, and the sum of five hundred dollars for making the great register and ten cents for each person registered, and such fees as may be allowed by law for issuing hunting or fishing licenses, and there shall be, and there is hereby allowed to the county clerk in addition, one chief deputy, to be appointed by the county clerk, who shall be paid a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum and two additional deputies, who shall be paid the sum of on thousand dollars per

onum each, the saiul salaries to be paid by such county in monthly installments at the time, and in the manner and out of the same fund as the salaries of county officers are paidl.

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