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11. Superintendent of schools. The superintendent of schools, eighteen hundred dollars per annum and actual traveling expenses when visiting the schools of his county and also the sum of five dollars per day for his services as secretary of the board of education for the actual time that the board may be in session.

12. Surveyor. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

13. Justices of the peace. Justices of the peace who have their offices at the county seat shall receive a salary of thirty dollars per month; justices of the peace whose offices are not at the county seat shall receive a salary of fifteen dollars per month; which said salaries shall be in full compensation for all services of every kind and description rendered by them whether civil or criminal; such salaries shall be payable in like manner and out of the same funds and at like times as the salaries of county officers are paid; all fees payable under the law to such justices of the peace shall be turned over to the county with verified statements of the fees so received, in like manner and at like times as required of county officers.

14. Constables. Each constable shall receive the following fees: For serving all summons in civil cases, for each defendant, including the copy required by law, one dollar.

For summoning a jury of twelve or less before a justice, one dollar and fifty cents; for each additional juror above twelve, twenty-five cents.

For taking any bond required by law to be taken, fifty cents.
For subpoenaing each witness, twenty-five cents.

For serving an attachment or levying an execution on the property of a defendant, one dollar and fifty cents. For summoning and swearing a jury to try the rights of property,

and making a verdict, two dollars.

For receiving and taking care of property on execution, order or attachment, his actual necessary expenses, to be allowed by the justice who issued the order, attachment or execution upon the affidavit of the constable that the charges are correct and that the expenses were necessarily incurred.

For collecting all sums on execution, three per cent to be charged against the defendant named in the execution.

For serving a warrant or order for the delivery of personal property, or making an arrest in a civil case, one dollar and fifty cents.

For making each arrest in criminal cases, two dollars.

For every mile necessarily traveled, in going only, to serve any civil or criminal process or paper, or to take a prisoner before a magistrate or to prison, twenty-five cents; but when two or more persons are served or summoned in the same suit and at the same time, mileage shall be charged only for the most distant, if they live in the same direction.

For sales of estrays, the same fees as for sales on execution.

For the transportation of prisoners to the county jail the actual necessary expenses.

For attending a justice's court and taking charge of a jury and prisoner when required, two dollars for each day of actual attendance upon the court.

For all other services the same fees as are allowed sheriffs for like service.

15. Supervisors. Each member of the board of supervisors, four hundred dollars per annum and twenty cents per mile for traveling from his residence to the county seat, also his actual necessary expenses while acting as ex officio road overseer or commissioner not to exceed three hundred dollars in any one year.

16. Board of education. Each member of the board of education, whether appointed or ex officio shall receive five dollars per day as compensation for his services while in actual attendance upon said board, and mileage at the rate of twenty cents per mile, one way only, from his residence to the place of meeting of said board.

Said compensation of the members of said board shall be paid out of the same fund as the salary of the superintendent of schools is paid. Claims for such services and mileage shall be presented to the board of supervisors and shall be allowed at the rate above named in the same manner as other claims against the county are allowed.

The compensation of the members of the county board of education herein provided for is not in addition to that provided in section 1770 of this code.

17. Fees, jurors and witnesses. 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 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 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 sum 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 upon a showing to the court by the witness, that the same are 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 unneces

essarily subpoenaed. [Amendment approved 1913; Stats. 1913, p. 1278.]

Legislation § 4274. 1. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 529; based on former County Gov. Act 1897, p. 56), $ 202, as amended by Stats. 1901, p. 782. 2. Amended by Stats. 1909, p. 308. 3. By Stats. 1911, p. 233. 4. By Stats. 1911, p. 1183. 5. By Stats 1913, p. 1278. Original § 4274 enacted March 12, 1872; repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 35t; embraced in present 4217, ante.

ARTICLE XLVI.
Counties of the Forty-sixth Class. [Glenn.]

§ 4275. Salaries of officers. § 4275. Counties of forty-sixth class, salaries of officers. In counties of the forty-sixth 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, twenty-five hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and there is hereby allowed to the county clerk one deputy who shall receive a salary of one thousand dollars per annum, and one deputy, who shall receive a salary of eight hundred dollars per annum; the deputies herein provided for shall be appointed by the county clerk, and their salaries shall be paid by said county in equal monthly installments at the same time and in the same manner and out of the same funds as the salary of the county clerk is paid. All fees collected by the clerk as are now or may hereafter be required by law shall by him be paid into the county treasury.

2. Sheriff. The sheriff, five thousand dollars per annum, and the fees or commissions for the service of all papers issued by any court of the state outside of his county; also, his actual and necessary traveling expenses in the execution of a warrant outside of his county issued by a court or magistrate of his county.

3. Recorder. The recorder, sixteen hundred and fifty dollars per annum and one half of the fees required of him by law to collect, as county recorder as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law for such office.

4. Auditor. The auditor, fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

5. Treasurer. The treasurer, twenty-four hundred dollars per annum; provided, that all commissions and fees required or permitted by any law of this state or of the United States to be collected by the treasurer either as an officer or ex ufficio officer, his deputies or assistants, for the performance of any official duty, shall be collected for the benefit of the county, and shall be paid into the general fund of the county monthly.

6. Tax-collector. The tax-collector, fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

7. Assessor. The assessor, four thousand dollars per annum; provided, that said assessor shall be entitled to receive and retain for his own use four per cent only on personal property tax collected by him as authorized by section 3820 of the Political Code of the state of •California.

8. District attorney. The district attorney, three thousand dollars per annum; provided, that said officer shall refrain from the private prac. tice of law; provided, that the sum of fifty dollars per month, in addition to above expenses shall be allowed to the district attorney for the purpose of employing a stenographer for his office.

9. Coroner. The coroner, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

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

11. Superintendent of schools. The superintendent of schools, twentyseven hundred dollars per annum and traveling expenses while visiting schools of his county; and for services as secretary of the board of education he shall receive five dollars per day for each day said board is in session. 12. Surveyor. The surveyor, such fees as are now or

may be here. after allowed by law.

13. Justices of the peace. Justices of the peace shall receive the following monthly salaries, to be paid each month, and in the same manner 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: In townships having a population of more than nine hundred, seventy-five dollars per month; in townships having a population less than nine hundred and more than five hundred, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population less than five hundred, twenty dollars per month.

14. Constables. Constables shall receive the following monthly salaries to be paid each month, and in the same manner 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: In townships having a population of more than nine hundred, seventy-five dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than nine hundred and more than five hundred, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of less than five hundred, twenty dollars per month; provided, that each constable shall receive his actual and necessary expenses in. curred in conveying prisoners to the county jail. In addition to the compensation received in criminal cases each constable shall receive and retain for his own use such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law for all services performed by him in civil actions.

15. Supervisors. Supervisors, the sum of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month each; 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 commissioner or supervisor, not exceeding in the aggregate two hundred and fifty dollars per annum. Supervisors shall also receive their necessary expenses when the performance of duty as supervisor or road commissioner takes them out of the county.

16. Reporters. The official reporters, same as now provided by law.

17. Jurors. In counties of this class grand jurors and trial jurors in the superior court shall receive for each day's attendance the sum of three dollars, and for each mile actually and necessarily traveled from their residence to the county seat, the sum of fifteen cents; such mileage to be allowed but once during each session such jurors are required to attend.

Sec. 2. Changes affect incumbents. The compensation, fees, mileage and expenses provided for herein are intended to affect present incumbents and shall take effect and be in foree ninety days after the passage and approval of this act. [ Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, P. 599.]

Legislation & 1275. 1. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 530; based on former County Gov. Act 1897, p. 562, $ 203, as amended (omitting subd. 17) by Stats. 1905, p. 5.2. 2. Amended by Stats. 1909, p. 730. 3. By Stats. 1911, . p. 236. 4. By Stats. 1911, p. 938. 5. By Stats. 1913, p. 1363. 6. By Stats. 1915, p. 599. Original § 4275 enacted March 12, 1872; repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 354; embraced in present § 4217, ante.

ARTICLE XLVII.

Counties of the Forty-seventh Class. [Inyo.]

$ 4276. Salaries of officers. § 4276. Counties of forty-seventh class, salaries of officers. In counties of the forty-seventh 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, fourteen hundred dollars per

annum.

2. Sheriff. The sheriff, five thousand dollars per annum and mileage for services of any and all processes required by law to be served by him, at the rate of ten cents per mile for every mile necessarily traveled in the performance of such duty, and for service of all processes issued from all courts outside of his county; the sheriff to pay all salaries of his deputies.

3. Recorder. The recorder, sixteen hundred dollars per annum; provided, that such recorder shall collect and pay into the county treasury, for the use and benefit of the county, the fees required by law.

4. Auditor. The auditor, fifteen hundred dollars per annum. 5. Treasurer. The treasurer, one thousand dollars per annum. 6. Tax-collector. The tax-collector, one thousand dollars per annum. 7. Assessor. The assessor, twenty-one hundred dollars per annum.

8. District attorney. The district attorney, two thousand, one hun. dred dollars per annum.

9. Coroner. The coroner, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

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

11. Superintendent of schools. The superintendent of schools, fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

12. Surveyor. The surveyor, such fees as are or may be hereafter allowed by law.

13. Justices of the peace. Justices of the peace shall receive the following monthly salaries, to be paid each month as salaries of county officers are paid, which shall be in full compensation for all services rendered, as hereinafter provided: In townships having a population of three thousand or more, fifty dollars per month, which said salary shall be in full compensation for all services rendered by said justices of the peace in both civil and criminal cases, and all such fees as are allowed by law in civil cases shall be paid by said justices of the peace into the county treasury, as the fees of county officers are paid în. In townships having a population under three thousand, twenty-five dollars per month, which shall be in full compensation for all services rendered in criminal cases. In addition to the above salary, each justice of the

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