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$ 695. Vaccine agent. The powers and duties of the vaccine agent are prescribed in title seven of part three of this code.

Vaccine agent: Post, $$ 2993, 2994.

Legislation § 695. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 696. Commissioner of immigration. Those of the commissioner of immigration are prescribed in title seven, part three of this code.

Commissioner of immigration: Post, $$ 2919–2969.

Legislation § 696. Enacted March 12, 1872.
$ 697. State capitol commissioners. Those of the state capitol com-
missioners are preseribed by “An Act to provide for the construction of
the state capitol in the city of Sacramento," approved March twenty-
ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty, and the acts amendatory thereof,
abieb are hereby continued in force.

State capitol commissioners are executive officers: Ante, $ 343.
Board, how composed: Ante, $ 366.
Superintendent of state capitol and grounds: See post, $$ 716-719.

Legislation § 697. Enacted March 12, 1872. The code commissioners sar: “Many of the provisions of the act referred to are functus, and the duties imposed have been in a great measure performed. For these reasons it was unnecessary to encumber the code with many provisions of the act referred to. Other acts relating to the State Capitol will be found in Stats. 1871-72, pp. 657, 694, and on p. 887 will be found the act providing for the acquisition of more grounds for the use of the State Capitol, which, for reasons above assigned, is omitted.” $ 698. Tide-land commissioners. [Repealed 1876; Code Amdts., 1875–76, p. 15.)

Legislation § 698. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 15. $ 699. Powers and duties of port wardens. The powers and duties of Tort wardens are prescribed in title 6 of part 3 of this code, and such port wardens shall have such further powers and perform such other duties as may be otherwise prescribed by law. [Amendment approved 1913; Stats. 1913, p. 413.]

Port wardens: See post, $$ 2501-2511. Legislation § 699. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1913, p. 413.

$ 700. Harbor commissioners. Those of harbor commissioners are preseribed in title six of part three of this code.

Harbor commissioners: See post, $S 2520-2572.

Legislation $ 700. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 701. Pilots. Those of pilots are prescribed in title six of part three of this code.

Pilots: See post, $ $ 2429–2191. Legislation § 701. Enacted March 12, 1872. $702. San Francisco marine board. [Repealed 1876; Code Amdts. 1975-76, p. 14.]

Legislation $ 702. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 14.

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§ 703. Pilot commissioners. Those of pilot commissioners are prescribed in title six of part three of this code.

Pilot commissioners: See post, $ $ 2429-2191.

Legislation & 703. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 704. Boards of health. Those of the boards of health are prescribed in title seven of part three of this code.

Board of health: See post, $ 2978-3084.

Legislation & 704. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 705. Board of agriculture. Those of the board of agriculture are prescribed in the special statute creating the board.

Board of agriculture: See post, $ 2326.

Legislation & 705. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 706. Board of equalization. Those of the board of equalization are prescribed in title nine of part three of this code.

Board of equalization: See post, $ 8 3672–3705.

Legislation $ 706. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 707. Regents of university. Those of the regents of the University of California in chapter one of title three of part three.

Regents of university: See post, $$ 1425-1451.

Legislation & 707. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 708. State board of education. Those of the state board of educa. tion are prescribed in chapter three of title three of part three of this code.

State board of education: See post, $$ 1517-1522.

Legislation & 708. Enacted March 12, 1872. 8709. Trustees of normal school. Those of the trustees of the state normal school are prescribed in chapter two of title three, of (part] three of this code.

State normal school: Post, $$ 1487-1507.

Legislation $ 709. Enacted March 12, 1872. $710. Officers of libraries. Those of the trustees of the state library, state librarian, and librarian of the supreme court library, are prescribed in chapter three of title five of part three of this code.

Library trustees and librarians: See post, $8 2292–2316.

Legislation $710. Enacted March 12, 1872. 8711. Directors of state prison. Those of the directors of the state prison are prescribed in part three of the Penal Code.

State prison directors: Pen. Code, $ $ 1573–1595; but see Stats. 1889, p. 404, superseding Stats. 1880, p. 67, pursuant to Const., art. X, and amended by Stats. 1891, p. 79.

Legislation $ 711. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 712. Officers of insane asylum. Those of the directors and other officers of the insane asylum are prescribed in chapter one of title five of part three of this code.

Officers of insane asylum: See post, $8 2136-2200.

Acts relating to state prison: See Pen. Code, Appendix, tit. “State Prisons."

Legislation $ 712. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 713. Trustees of asylum for deaf, dumb, and blind. Those of the trustees of the asylum for the deaf, dumb, and blind, are prescribed in chapter two of title five of part three of this code.

Trustees of asylum for deaf, dumb, and blind: See post, $ $ 2237–2282.

Legislation & 713. Enacted March 12, 1872. $714. Trustees of state burying-grounds. Those of the trustees of the state burying-grounds are prescribed in title eight of part three of this code.

Trustees of state burying-grounds: See post, $ 3597. Legislation & 714. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 715. Yosemite and Big Tree commissioners. Those of the commissioners of the Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Big Tree Grove are preseribed in title eight of part three of this code.

Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Big Tree Grove commissionerz: See post, $$ 3584-3586.

Legislation 715. Enacted March 12, 1872.

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ARTICLE XX. Superintendent of Capitol Building and Grounds. 1716. Superintendent of capitol building and grounds. Duties. $717. Rules. Misdemeanor. 1:18. Employees of superintendent of capitol building and grounds. 1719. Compensation of capitol park gardeners, etc.

Legislation Article XX. New article added April 1, 1911; Statutes of 1911, page 571, and consisting of $$ 716-719, as follows: $ 716. Superintendent of capitol building and grounds. Duties. The governor shall appoint a person'to be designated superintendent of capitol building and grounds to hold office at the pleasure of the governor. He shall be a civil executive officer and shall receive an annual salary of three thousand dollars to be paid at the same time and in the same manner as the salaries of other state officers. He shall execute a bond to the state in the sum of ten thousand dollars.

He shall have charge of the improvement and maintenance of the capitol grounds and of the state's property thereon, and shall have the custody of the capitol building and of the state's property therein, and shall be responsible for the proper care, safety and repair of the same. Subject to the supervision of the state board of examiners, he shall have charge of the purchase and distribution of all supplies for the capitol building and grounds and the offices therein.

Legislation & 716. Added by Stats. 1911, p. 572. $717. Rules. Misdemeanor. He shall have power, with the sanction of the state board of examiners, to establish rules and regulations not inconsistent with law for the government of the capitol building and grounds. He must preserve the peace thereon and arrest or cause the arrest of and appearance before the nearest magistrate for examination of all per

sons who attempt to break or who have broken such rules and regulations, or who attempt to commit or who have committed thereon, a public offense.

Any person who breaks the rules and regulations established for the government of the capitol building and grounds is guilty of a misde.

meanor.

Legislation & 717. Added by Stats. 1911, p. 572. $ 718. Employees of superintendent of capitol building and grounds. The superintendent of capitol building and grounds may appoint one head gardener at an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars. He may appoint seven special policemen for the building and grounds at annual salaries of thirteen hundred and twenty dollars each, who shall have the power of peace officers, and the same power of arrest as is herein given to the superintendent. None of said policemen shall be required to work more than six days in any one week. He may appoint one clerk for his office at an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars, who shall be a civil executive officer; one head porter for the building at an annual salary of twelve hundred dollars; one typewriter expert at an annual salary of twelve hundred dollars. He may appoint one engineer at an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars; one fireman at an annual salary of twelve hundred and sixty dollars; one electrician at an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars; provided, however, that the superintendent is hereby empowered to employ an additional electrician for emergency purposes. The superintendent may also appoint two elevator attendants at an annual salary of ten hundred and eighty dollars each; three telephone exchange operators at an annual salary of nine hun. dred dollars each. He may appoint to serve from January first until May first in each legislative year one engineer at a monthly salary of one hundred and fifty dollars; one fireman at a monthly salary of one hundred and five dollars; one electrician at a monthly salary of one hundred and fifty dollars; two elevator attendants at a monthly salary of ninety dollars each; one telephone exchange operator at 'a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars; ten porters at a monthly salary of ninety dollars each. He may also appoint one telephone exchange operator at a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars to serve six weeks each year while the legislature is not in session. The salaries of all such appointees shall be paid at the same time and in the same manner as other state officers. (Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 722.]

Legislation 8 718. 1. Added by Stats. 1911, p. 572. 2. Amended by Stats. 1913, p. 213. 3. By Stats. 1915, p. 722.

$ 719. Compensation of capitol park gardeners, etc. The súperintendent may employ such competent assistant gardeners at a salary of one hundred dollars each per month, and such regular and temporary laborers, porters and other help for the proper conduct and care of the capitol and grounds, as may be deemed necessary by said superintendent and the state board of control. Said laborers, porters and other help shall receive as compensation for their services three dollars and fifty cents per diem, each; said wages shall be paid only from money appropriated for such purposes. Such assistant gardeners and regular laborers, porters, appointees and employees shall have the power of peace officers. (Amendment approved 1913; Stats. 1913, p. 213.]

Legislation $ 719. 1. Added by Stats. 1911, p. 573. 2. Amended by Stats. 1913, p. 213.

CHAPTER IV.

Judicial Officers. $ 726. Number, designation, and mode of election. $ 726. Number, designation, and mode of election. The number, designation, and mode of election of judicial officers are fixed in title one, part one, of the Code of Civil Procedure.

Designation of judicial officers: See Code Civ. Proc., § 33.

Judicial officers, election, etc.: See Code Civ. Proc., $$ 40-42, 65–70, 110, 156-159. Judicial department:

1. Generally: Const., art. Vi.

2. Functions of, independent: See Const., art. III. Jurisdiction of courts: See Code Civ. Proc., § 33 et seq. Legislation & 726. Enacted March 12, 1872.

CHAPTER V. Salaries of Justices of the Supreme Court and Superior Judges, and Offi

cers Connected with the Supreme Court, $136. Justices of supreme court and district courts of appeal, salaries

of. $ 737. Salaries of superior judges. $135. Same. 3739. Salaries of officers of supreme court.

§ 736. Justices of supreme court and district courts of appeal, salaries of. The annual salary of each justice of the supreme court is eight thousand dollars; and the annual salary of each justice of the several district courts of appeal is seven thousand dollars. [Amendment approved 1905; stats. 1905, p. 224.]

Legislation § 736. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1905, p. 224.

$ 737. Salaries of superior judges. The annual salaries of the judges of the superior court of the city and county of San Francisco, of the county of Los Angeles and of the county of Alameda are six thousand dollars; of the counties of Riverside, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Sacramento, Marin, Santa Clara, San Diego, Fresno, San Bernardino and Soroma, five thousand dollars; of the counties of Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Yuba, Sutter, Butte, Nevada, Colusa, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Shasta, Siskiyou, Santa Barbara, Mendocino, Tehama, Kern, Placer, Humboldt, Tulare, Solano, Yolo, Mariposa, Ventura, Mono, Kings, Amador, CalaFeras, Stanislaus, El Dorado, Napa, Merced, Madera, Tuolumne, Orange, Genn and San Benito, four thousand dollars, and of the county of Alpine, **o thousand dollars; one-half of which shall be paid by the state and the other half thereof by the county of which the judge is elected or appointed. (Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 597.]

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