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9. Coroner and public administrator. The coroner and public administrator, three thousand dollars per annum and his actual traveling expenses in traveling outside of the county seat. He shall hold inquests as prescribed by chapter 2, title XII, part II, 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 is hereby allowed one deputy at a salary of one 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. The salary of the deputy 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 and public administrator is paid. All fees and commissions collected by him in his official capacity shall be paid into the county treasury.

10. Superintendent of schools. The superintendent of schools, three thousand dollars per annum, which shall include his services as a member of the board of education, and his actual traveling expenses when visiting schools. In counties of this class, the superintendent of schools may appoint three deputy superintendents of schools, which offices of deputy superintendents of schools are hereby created, one at a salary of eighteen hundred dollars per annum, and two at a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum; the said deputy superintendents of schools to hold office at the pleasure of the superintendent of schools. The salaries and compensation of the said deputy superintendents of schools, and who shall be deputy superintendents of schools as herein provided for, shall be paid by the county in monthly installments at the same time and in the same manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the superintendent of schools is paid.

11. Surveyor. The surveyor shall receive one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, and actual and necessary traveling and official ex. penses in the county. He may appoint one deputy surveyor at a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

12. Supervisors. Each supervisor shall receive six dollars per day and actual and necessary traveling expenses incurred in performing the duties of his office.

13. Township officers. Population of townships. In counties of this class the township officers shall receive the following compensation, to wit: In townships having a population of ten thousand or more, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of two hundred dollars, and may appoint one clerk at a salary of fifty dollars per month; and constables a monthly salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

In townships having a population of sixty-eight hundred and eighty, or more, and less than ten thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars and constables a monthly salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

In townships having a population of sixty hundred and fifteen, or more, and less than sixty-eight hundred and eighty, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of one hundred and sixty-five dollars, and constables a monthly salary of one hundred dollars.

In townships having a population of twenty-seven hundred and fifteen, or more, and less than sixty hundred and fifteen, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of one hundred dollars, and constables a monthly salary of ninety dollars.

In townships having a population of nineteen hundred and thirty-five, or more, and less than twenty-seven hundred and fifteen, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of sixty-five dollars, and constables a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars.

In townships having a population of seventeen hundred and eighty, or more, and less than nineteen hundred and thirty-five justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars, and constables a monthly salary of sixty dollars.

In townships having a population of seventeen hundred and seventyfive, or more, and less than seventeen hundred and eighty, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of twenty dollars, and constables a monthly salary of twenty-five dollars.

In townships having a population of sixteen hundred and sixty or more, and less than seventeen hundred and seventy-five, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars, and constables shall receive a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars.

In townships having a population of eleven hundred and thirty-five, or more, and less than sixteen hundred and sixty, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of fifty dollars, and constables a monthly salary of sixty dollars.

In townships having a population of eleven hundred and twenty-five, or more, and less than eleven hundred and thirty-five, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of ninety dollars, and constables a monthly salary of ninety dollars.

In townships having a population of ten hundred and sixty-five, or more, and less than eleven hundred and twenty-five, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of sixty-five dollars, and constables a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars.

In townships having a population of eight hundred and eighty, or more, and less than ten hundred and sixty-five, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of one hundred dollars, and constables shall receive a monthly salary of one hundred dollars.

In townships having a population of eight hundred and thirty, or more, and less than eight hundred and eighty, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of sixty-five dollars, and constables shall receive a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars.

In townships having a population of seven hundred and thirty-five, or more, and less than eight hundred and thirty, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of twenty dollars, and constables shall receive a monthly salary of twenty dollars.

In townships having a population of five hundred and seventy-five, or more, and less than seven hundred and thirty-five, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of thirty dollars, and constables shall receive a monthly salary of thirty dollars.

In townships having a population of two hundred and twenty-five, or more, and less than five hundred and seventy-five, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of twenty dollars, and constables shall receive a monthly salary of twenty dollars.

Salaries of justices of the peace shall be in full compensation for all services rendered by them in both civil and criminal cases. Salaries of constables shall be in full compensation for all services rendered by them in criminal cases, and in addition to the monthly salaries herein allowed, 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 rendered by him in civil cases, and shall also be allowed all necessary expenses actually incurred in arresting and conveying prisoners to court or to prison, which said expense shall be audited and allowed by the board of supervisors and paid out of the county treasury.

Provided, that for the purposes of this section, the population of the several judicial townships of this county shall be ascertained by multiplying the number of votes cast for president at the election held in the year 1912, A. D.,' by five, which said population in said judicial townships is as follows, to wit: Judicial township No. 1.

1,135
Judicial township No. 2.

1,125
Judicial township No.
3.

6,015
Judicial township No. 4..

1,660 Judicial township No. 5.

1,780 Judicial township No. 6.

19,720 Judicial township No. 7..

335 Judicial township No. 8.

225 Judicial township No. 9..

735 Judicial township No. 10.

880 Judicial township No. 11.

1,935 Judicial township No. 12.

1,775 Judicial township No. 13.

1,065 Judicial township No. 14.

575 Judicial township No. 15.

2,715 Judicial township No. 16.

6,880 Judicial township No. 17.

2,360 Judicial township No. 18.

830 The salaries of justices of the peace and of constables shall be paid monthly by the county in the same manner that the salaries of county officers are paid.

14. Jurors. Witness fees. In the superior court juror's fees and witness fees in criminal cases, shall be as follows:

For attending as a grand juror, for each day's actual attendance per day, three dollars, and twenty-five cents per mile for each mile actually traveled in going only, and but once during the term for which such juror is drawn, and the judge of said court shall make an order direct. ing the auditor to draw his warrant in favor of such juror for said per diem and mileage and the treasurer shall pay the same.

For attending as a trial juror in criminal cases, for each day's actual attendance, per day three dollars, and fifteen cents per mile for each mile actually traveled in going only, and the judge of said court shall make an order directing the auditor to draw his warrant in favor of such juror for said per diem and mileage and the treasurer shall pay the same.

For attendance as a witness in criminal cases for each day's actual attendance the suin of two dollars, and fifteen cents per mile for each mile actually traveled in going only, and the judge of said court shall make an order directing the auditor to draw his warrant in favor of such witness for said per diem and mileage, and the treasurer shall pay the same; provided, however, that in criminal cases such per diem and mileage shall only be allowed on a showing to the court by the witness, that the same was necessary for the expenses of the witness in attending, and the court shall determine the necessity for the same, and may disallow any fees to a witness unnecessarily subpoenaed.

The legislature hereby declares that subdivisions 1 to 14, inclusive, do not increase the compensation of any county or township office and that all the provisions of this act shall apply to the incumbents of said offices when this law takes effect. (Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 1043.]

Legislation § 4240. 1. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 458; based on former County Gov. Act 1897, p. 518, $ 168, as amended by Stats. 1905, $ 524. 2. Amended by Stats. 1909, p. 158. 3. By Stats. 1911, p. 156. 4. By Stats. 1911, p. 1222. 5. By Stats. 1913, p. 1374. 6. By Stats. 1915, p. 1043, Original § 4240 enacted March 12, 1872; repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 35t; substantially same as present § 4136, ante.

ARTICLE XII.
Counties of the Twelfth Class. [Tulare.]

$ 4241. Salaries of officers. § 4241. Counties of twelfth class, salaries of officers. In counties of the twelfth class, the county officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their office, the following salaries, to wit:

1. County clerk. The county clerk, four thousand dollars per annum, one deputy at twelve hundred dollars per annum, and also one deputy to act as courtroom clerk at twelve hundred dollars per annum.

The county clerk shall also have for use in his office, and under his supervision and control, a stenographer, which office of stenographer is hereby, by the terms of this act, expressly created. The said position of stenographer shall be filled by the county clerk in the same deputies are appointed by him, and said stenographer shall receive a salary of seventy-five dollars per month, to be paid in the same manner as the salaries of county officers are paid. The county clerk shall also receive ten cents per name of each elector entered upon the great register of the county, and also such fees as may be allowed by law for issuing hunting and fishing licenses, and all naturalization fees allowed to the clerk by the naturalization laws of the United States. In any county of this class wliere an additional deputy clerk has been allowed on account of an increase in the number of departments of the superior court in and for said county since the year 1910, the deputy herein provided for to act as courtroom clerk shall take the place of and perform the duties of such additional deputy so allowed on account of an increase in the number of departments of the superior court.

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2. Sheriff. The sheriff', sixty-five hundred dollars per annum, and mileage for the service of any and all processes required by law to be served by him at the rate of ten cents per mile necessarily traveled in the performance of such duty within the county, and at the rate of ten cents per mile, one way only, for every mile necessarily traveled in the performance of such duty outside of the county. He shall have a deputy at a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum. In any county of this class where an additional deputy sheriff has been allowed on account of an increase in the number of departments of the superior court in and for said county since the year 1910, the deputy herein provided for shall take the place of and perform the duties of such additional deputy so allowed on account of an increase in the number of departments of the superior court.

3. Recorder. The county recorder, two thousand dollars per annum, and one deputy at twelve hundred dollars per annum; and six cents per folio for every instrument of any character transcribed by him or his deputies, which said amount shall be paid by the county treasurer out of the county treasury.

4. Auditor. The county auditor, twenty-four hundred dollars per an. num and two deputies each to receive twelve hundred dollars per annum.

5. Treasurer. The county treasurer, twenty-four hundred dollars per annum, and one deputy at a salary of twelve hundred dollars per annum.

6. Tax-collector. The tax-collector, twenty-four hundred dollars per annum, and a deputy at twelve hundred dollars per annum. He shall also have ten clerks at seventy-five dollars per month each, for not to exceed two months during each and every year.

7. Assessor. The county assessor, twenty-four hundred dollars per annum, a chief deputy at twelve hundred dollars per annum, and fifteen field deputies for the months of March, April, May and June of each year, each of which field deputies shall receive a salary of five dollars per day for each day actually employed in the performance of his duties. He shall also have two clerks for the months of January, February, March, April, May and June of each year at a salary of seventy-five dollars per month each, and one index clerk for the months of April, May and June of each year at a salary of seventy-five dollars per month. He shall also have for use in his office, and under his supervision and control, a draftsman, which office of draftsman is hereby, by the terms of this act expressly created. It shall be the duty of said draftsman to prepare, under the supervision of the assessor for use in said office, proper books, blanks and plat-books. Said position of draftsman shall be filled by the assessor in the same manner as deputies are appointed by him, and said draftsman shall receive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum, to be paid in the same manner as the salaries of county officers are paid.

8. District attorney. The district attorney, three thousand dollars per annum. He shall have a deputy at a salary of twenty-four hundred dollars per annum, and he shall also have for use in his office, and under his supervision and control, a stenographer, which office of stenographer

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