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Legislation & 486. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. See ante, tit. “Code commissioners' note to Article IX.” 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1877– 78, p. 5. 3. By Code Amdts. 1880, p. 87.

§ 487. Official bond. The surveyor-general must execute an official bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars.

Official bond: Post, $$ 947 et seq.

Legislation § 487. Enacted March 12, 1872. See ante, tit. "Code commissioners' note to Article IX.”

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ARTICLE X.
Register of the State Land Office.
$ 497. Register and deputy.
8 498. Duties of register.
$ 499. Salary. [Repealed.]
8 500. Register of state land office, clerks.
$ 501. Fees of register.

$ 502. Official bond.
§ 497. Register and deputy. The surveyor-general is ex officio reg.
ister, and the deputy surveyor-general is ex officio deputy register, of the
state land office.

Register: See infra, § 498.
Similar section: See a:ite, $ 350.

Legislation & 497. Enacted March 12, 1872.
$198. Duties of register. The duties of [the] register are prescribed
in title eight of part three of this code.

Duties of register: See post, $$ 3395–3574.

Legislation § 498. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 499. Salary. [Repealed 1880; Code Amdts. 1880, p. 88.]

Legislation & 499. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1877-78, p. 5. 3. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1880, p. 2. 4. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1880, p. 88.

$500. Register of state land office, clerks. The register of the state Land ofice may appoint three clerks, all of whom shall be civil executive officers. The annual salary of each clerk in the register's office is eighteen hundred dollars. Said salary shall be paid in the same manner and at the same time as the salaries of other state officers. [Amendment approved 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 402.]

Legislation & 500. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1877-78, p. 5. 3. By Code Amdts. 1880, p. 87. 4. By Stats. 1911, p. 402. $ 501. Fees of register. The register of the state land office for serTiees performed in his office must charge and collect the following fees: For each certificate of purchase or duplicate, three dollars; for each patent or certified copy of record thereof, five dollars; for certifying a contested ease to superior court, ten dollars; for copies of papers in his office, twenty cents per folio and one dollar for certificate with the seal attached; and such other fees as may be allowed by law. All fees received by the register shall be paid into the state treasury on the first Monday

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of each and every month and placed to the credit of the general fund. [Amendment approved 1907; Stats. 1907, p. 240.]

Disposition of fees: See post, $ 3574.

Legislation & 501. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1907, p. 240.

§ 502. Official bond. The register must execute an official bon in the sum of ten thousand dollars.

Official bonds generally: See post, $$ 947–986.
Legislation $ 502. Enacted March 12, 1872.

ARTICLE XI.
of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

§ 512. Duties.
§ 513. Salary.
$ 514. Salary of deputy.
§ 515. Assistants an sa es.
§ 516. Traveling expenses.

$ 517. Official bond. § 512. Duties. The duties of the superintendent of public instruction are prescribed in title three of part three of this code.

Duties: See post, $ 1532.

Legislation & 512. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 513. Salary. The annual salary of the superintendent of public instruction shall be the same as that of the secretary of state, namely five thousand dollars. [Amendment approved 1909; Stats. 1909, p. 604.]

Legislation § 513. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 186970, p. 825, § 3. 2. Amended by Code Amdts 1877–78, p. 5. 3. By Stats. 1909, p. 604.

§ 514. Salary of deputy. The annual salary of the deputy for the superintendent of public instruction is the same as the salary paid to deputies for other state officers, namely, two thousand four hundred dol. lars. [Amendment approved 1887; Stats. 1887, p. 14.]

Legislation 514. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869– 70, p. 825, § 3. 2. Amended by Stats. 1887, p. 14.

§ 515. Assistants and salaries. The superintendent of public instruction may appoint a statistician, a book-keeper, and a clerk and stenog. rapher, all of whom shall be civil executive officers. The annual salary of the statistician is twenty-four hundred dollars. The annual salary of the book-keeper is sixteen hundred dollars. The annual salary of the clerk and stenographer is sixteen hundred dollars. Said salaries shall be payable in the same manner as salaries of other state officers are paid. [ Amendment approved 1909; Stats. 1909, p. 451.]

Act providing for clerk for superintendent of public instruction: See act of March 27, 1895 (Stats. 1895, p. 238).

Legislation & 515. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 186970, p. 825, § 3), and then read: "51.5. The annual salary of the clerk for the superintendent is fifteen hundred dollars.” 2. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1877-78, p. 5. 3. Re-enacted by Code Amdts. 1880, p. 87, and

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then read: "515. The annual salary of the clerk for the superintendent of public instruction is sixteen hundred dollars.” 4. Amended by Stats. 1905, p. 192. 5. By Stats. 1909, p. 454.

$ 516. Traveling expenses. The actual traveling expenses of the superintendent, not exceeding ten hundred dollars annually, must be audited by the board of examiners, and paid out of the general fund in the state treasury. [Amendment approved 1880; Code Amdts. 1880, p. 87.]

Board of examiners is now succeeded by board of control: Post,

$$ 651 et seq.

Traveling expenses: See post, $ 1532, subd. 9.

Legislation § 516. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 186910, p. 827, $ 9. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1880, p. 87.

§ 517. Official bond. The superintendent must execute an official bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars.

Bonds generally: Post, $$ 947–986.
Legislation & 517. Enacted March 12, 1872.

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ARTICLE XII.

Superintendent of State Printing. $326. Duty of superintendent of printing. $ 527. Number of documents to be printed. { 528. Laws, disposition of and price. Enrolled bills. Chapters, num

ber to be printed. Statutes. Copies in Spanish. Journals. In

dex to laws. $ 529. Style of printing. $530. Appointment of superintendent of state printing.' $531. Duties of superintendent of state printing. $ 332. Letting of contracts for paper. 533. Ruling, folding, stitching, and binding, contracts for. $ 534. Salary of superintendent. Of deputy. $535. State printer may purchase machinery. $ 536. Contingent expenses, fund for. $537. Warrants for wages. $ 538. Maps, engravings, etc.

539. Printing bills. $540. State printing fund.

Code commissioners' note to Article XII. “This article is founded upon the following statutes: Stats. 1854, [Redding ed.,] p. 33; [Kerr ed., p. 112;] Stats. 1861, p. 279; Stats. 1857, p. 194; Stats. 1859, p. 333."

§ 526. Duty of superintendent of printing. It is the duty of the superintendent of state printing:

One-To print the laws, including initiative measures adopted by the people, prefixing to the text of each act the date of approval or adoption and the date of going into effect of such act; the journals of the legislature; reports of state officers; public documents ordered to be printed by the legislature; blanks for the officers and departments of the state government; bil resolutions, and other printing which may be ordered by either of the two houses of the legislature, and all other publie printing for the state, unless otherwise expressly ordered by law.

Two-To publish, prefixed to each volume of the statutes the consti

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tution of the state and the name and place of residence of the governor and other executive officers of the state, lieutenant governor, senators and members of the assembly, the presiding officers of the senate and assembly, and of the commissioners of the state of California residing out of the state and in office at the time of such publication; the certi. ficate of the secretary of state showing what acts, or sections or parts of acts, of the legislature are delayed from going into effect by a referendum petition properly certified and filed in his office; and the certificate of the secretary of state showing the result of any election upon any question submitted to the electors of the state within two years next preceding by either initiative or referendum petition.

Three-To perform the duties required by the provisions of article twelve, chapter two, title one, part three, of this code, and such other duties as are imposed upon him by law.

Four-He shall keep in his office, open to public inspection, a time book, containing the name of every employee connected with the state printing office, the time employed, the rate of wages, and amount paid; and he shall certify, under oath, to the correctness of all claims for services rendered and materials furnished, which certificate shall be attached to and presented with each claim that shall be presented to the state board of control for allowance, and no such claim shall be certified or allowed unless it be fully itemized.

Five-He shall file in the office of the secretary of state, all proposals, bids, contracts, bonds, and other papers appertaining to the awarding of contracts now in his possession, or which may hereafter come into his possession, retaining in his office copies of the same; and the secre. tary of state shall promptly furnish the state board of control, for their use, certified copies of all such papers.

Six--All printing required by any of the state departments, boards, or any state officer, for the state, the order for the same shall be made out upon a printed blank, with voucher attached, to be furnished by the superintendent of the state printing, and forwarded to the office of said superintendent, who shall enter upon a book kept in his office for that purpose, a transcript of said orders; and shall return with the work, when completed, to the person ordering the same, the original order, with duplicate voucher attached; said voucher to be signed by the person receiving the work, and returned to the superintendent of state printing, and both original and duplicate orders shall be kept on file in his office, and shall be a sufficient voucher for said work. The superintendent of state printing shall enter upon a book to be kept for said purpose, the name, quantity, and weight of paper used for each order printed. He shall also certify, under oath, that all materials, stock, and paper furnished the office under contracts, are of the quality, kind and weight required by such contracts, and no claim arising under any contract shall be allowed or paid unless accompanied by such certificate. He shall also, retain and file in his office one copy or sample of each blank, circular, pamphlet, book, legislative bill, file, or report, or any other work emanating from the state printing office excepting blank books, of which he shall file only sample sheets, said copies or samples shall bear a uniform number and date with the voucher.

Seren-Xo printing for the senate or the assembly, or any committee of the same, shall be executed except upon an official order of the secretary or chief clerk respectively transmitted to him,

Eight-The receipts of the respective sergeant-at-arms or the secre. tary or chief clerk of the senate and assembly shall be a sufficient voucher to the superintendent of state printing for all work done for either house.

Nine-To maintain a bill-filing room for the senate and assembly, to file all bills, resolutions, journals and such other papers as may be ordered by either the senate or assembly; to place all such bills, resolutions, journals and other papers in proper binders for the use of the members of the legislature, and to perform such other duties in connection with the filing and distribution of such bills, resolutions, journals and other papers as may be required by law, or the rules or special orders of either house of the legislature. [Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 66.) Superintendent of state printing:

1. Duties: Post, $$ 531, 540.

2. Subject to supervision of printing expert: Post, $ 679. Public reports, printing of: Ante, $$ 332-337.

Duties in relation to printing for state legislature: See post, $$ 528, 529, 531, 539.

Lewislation & 526. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. See ante, tit. “Code commissioners' note to Article XII.” 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 16. 3. By Code Amdts. 1877–78, p. 7. 4. 'By Stats. 1913, p. 1132. 5. By Stats. 1915, p. 66.

$527. Number of documents to be printed. Whenever any message or document, in book form, is ordered printed by either house, four hun. dred and eighty copies thereof, in addition to the number ordered, must be struck off and retained in sheets, and bound with the journals of the house ordering the same, as an appendix. Of bills ordered printed, when the number is not fixed in the order, there must be printed two hundred and forty copies.

Le islation § 527. Enacted March 12, 1872. See ante, tit. “Code commissioners' note to Article XII." $ 528. Laws, disposition of and price. Enrolled bills. Chapters, numter to be printed. Statutes. Copies in Spanish. Journals. Index to laws.

There must be printed of the laws of each session of the legislature, twenty-two hundred and fifty copies, in English, to be deposited with the secretary of state, who, after retaining a sufficient number of said volumes for distribution, in accordance with the provisions of section four hundred and nine of the Political Code, shall deposit one hundred and fifty copies with the state librarian; the remaining copies to be sold at a price not to exceed three dollars per bound volume; the moneys thus received to be paid into the state treasury at the end of each month, as other fees are paid by the secretary of state, and for the same purposes. Whenever any bill, joint or concurrent resolution, is passed to enrollment, by either the senate or assembly, the committee on enrollment of the house, in which the bill, joint or concurrent resolution originated, stall transmit the same, without delay, to the superintendent of state printing, who shall receipt for all such bills and resolutions, and proceed at once to have the same printed, in the order in which received, in the

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