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§ 349. State printer. (Repealed 1907; Stats. 1907, p. 584.]
Superintendent of state printing: See post, $ 526. The office of state printer was abolished and that of "superintendent of state printing" created by aet of March 26, 1872; Stats. 1871-72, p. 554. This act was in turn superseded and repealed by $8 526-540, post.
Legislation § 349. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 584.
$ 350. Register of land-office. The surveyor-general is ex officio register and the deputy surveyor.general is ex officio deputy register of the state land-office.
Register of state land-office: Post, $$ 3395, 3396, 3397.
Legislation $ 350. Enacted March 12, 1872.
State sealer of weights and measures, and county sealers: Post, $$ 561-567.
Act relating to weights and measures: See act approved April 6, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 487. See reference to this act and other acts in General Laws, tit. “Weights and Measures.”
Legislation § 351. Enacted March 12, 1872. $ 352. State board of equalization. Members elected, one from each of the equalization districts of this state, by the qualified electors thereof, with the controller, constitute the state board of equalization, Their term of office shall be four years, commencing the first Monday after the first day of January following their election. They shall choose one of their members chairman, who shall hold such office during the pleasure of the board. (Amendment approved 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 1458.)
State board of equalization: See post, $$ 3692-3705.
Legislation 352. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 11. 3. By Code Amdts. 1880, p. 25. 4. Amended by Stats. 1911, p. 1458.
$ 353. Regents of the state university, who are. The governor, lieutenant-governor, speaker of the assembly, superintendent of public instruction, president of the state board of agriculture, president of the Mechanics’ Institute of San Francisco, president of the University of California, and president of the alumni association of the University of California, are ex-officio regents of the University of California. The appointment and terms of office of the other regents are provided for in chapter one, of title three, of part three of this code. [Amendment approved 1909; Stats. 1909,
Legislation § 353. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1909, p. 984.
$ 354. State normal schools. Boards of trustees. The normal schools at San José, Los Angeles, Chico, and San Diego, and any normal school established by the legislature of the state of California after the first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, shall be known as "state normal schools,” and shall each have a board of trustees, constituted as follows: The governor of the state and the state superintendent of public instruction shall be ex officio members of each board. There shall also be five other members of the local board for each normal school, whose term of office shall be four years, and who shall be appointed by the governor, by and with the advice and consent of the senate of the state of California. It shall be the duty of the governor, on or before the first day of July, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, to appoint five trustees as members of each local board, one trustee to serve one year, one to serve two years, one to serve three years, and two to serve for four years, and thereafter to fill vacancies in such board, the terms of office thereafter to be for four years, and to begin July first of each fourth year. (Amendment approved 1899; Stats. 1899, p. 77.]
Governor is ex officio trustee of state normal school: See post, § 1492.
Legislation § 354. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1887, p. 136. By Stats. 1897, p. 234. 4. By Stats. 1899, p. 77.
$ 355. State board of education. The appointment and terms of office of the members of the state board of education are provided for in chapter three, title three, of part three, of this code.
State board of education: See post, $$ 1517–1522.
Legislation 8 355. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 356. Officers of libraries. The trustees of the state library, the state librarian, the deputy state librarian, and librarian of the supreme court, are elected and appointed and hold their offices as prescribed in chapter three, title five, of part three, of this code.
State library: See post, $$ 2292–2305.
Legislation § 356. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 357. Yosemite and Big Tree commissioners. [Repealed 1907; Stats. 1907, p. 269.]
Legislation § 357. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 269.
$ 358. Superintendent, etc., of insane asylum. The medical superintendent, assistant physicians, and treasurer of the insane asylum are elected, appointed, and hold their offices as prescribed in chapter one, title five, of part three, of this code,
State commission in lunacy: See post, $$ 2136-2199.
Legislation $ 358. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 359. Directors of state board of agriculture. The president and directors of the state board of agriculture are elected and hold their offices as prescribed in the special statute creating the board.
State agricultural society: See post, $ 2326.
Legislation § 359. Enacted March 12, 1872. $360. San Francisco board of health. The ers the board of health of San Francisco are appointed and hold their offices as prescribed in title seven, part three, of this code.
Health regulations of San Francisco: See post, $ 3004–3035.
Legislation § 360. Enacted, March 12, 1872. § 361. Sacramento board of health. The members of the board of health of Sacramento are appointed and hold their offices as prescribed in title seven, of part three, of this code.
Health regulations of Sacramento: See post, $$ 3042-3049.
Legislation § 361. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 362. Harbor commissioners. Harbor commissioners are elected and appointed and hold their offices as prescribed in title six, of part three, of this code.
Harbor commissioners: See post, $8 2520-2608. Legislation & 362. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 363. San Francisco marine board. [Repealed 1876; Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 14.]
Legislation § 363. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 14.
§ 364. State board of examiners. [Repealed 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 595.]
Board of examiners: See post, $$ 654-685.
Secretary of state a member of state board of examiners: See post, § 108, subd. 14.
Legislation § 364. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1893, p. 182. 3. By Stats. 1907, p. 584; the code commissioner saying, “Amended by adding for during his absence from the capital, the assistant attorney general,' to harmonize section with present § 412 of the same code." 4. By Stats. 1909, p. 24. 5. Repealed by Stats. 1911,
§ 365. State board of tide-land commissioners. [Repealed 1876; Code Amets. 1875–76, p. 15.]
Legislation & 365. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Code Amdts. 1875–76, p. 15.
§ 366. State capitol commissioners. The governor, secretary of state, and treasurer constitute the board of state capitol commissioners.
Duty of state capitol commissioners: See post, $ 697.
Treasurer a member of state board of capitol commissioners: See post, $ 452, subd. 12.
Secretary of State a member of state board of capitol commissioners: See post, $ 108, subd. 14.
Legislation § 366. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 367. State prison directors. [Repealed 1907; Stats. 1907, p. 583.]
Legislation & 367. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 583; the code commissioner saying, “Repealed, because superseded by the provisions of the constitution of 1879 covering the subject."
§ 368. Officers appointed by governor. Terms. (1) The members of the board of managers of the several state hospitals; the members of the board of directors of the California School for the Deaf and the Blind; the insurance commissioner; the members of the state board of health; the port wardens, in all cases where the appointment of port wardens is not otherwise provided for by law; and the trustees of the state burying grounds.
(2) The fish and game commissioners; the members of the several boards of pilot commissioners; the pilots for each harbor, where there is not a board of pilot commissioners, and where the appointment of pilots is not otherwise provided for by law.
The officers enumerated in the first subdivision of this section shall hold their offices for the term of four years, and those enumerated in the second subdivision shall hold their offices during the pleasure of the governor. All officers not enumerated herein shall be appointed in the manner and for the term otherwise by law provided. [Amendment approved 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 52.]
Inspector of gas-meters: See post, $ 577.
Commissioner of immigration holds at pleasure of governor: See post, § 2969, subd. 3.
Legislation § 368. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Stats. 1913, p. 412. 3. By Stats. 1915, p. 52.
§ 369. Term of office of officers mentioned in preceding section. [Re. pealed, 1915; Stats. 1915, p. 52.)
Legislation § 369. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by Stats. 1915, p. 52.
$ 370. Private secretary and clerk of governor. The private secretary and [the] executive clerk of the governor are appointed by him, and hold their offices at his pleasure.
Legislation & 370. Enacted March 12, 1872. § 371. Deputies and clerks. All deputies and clerks named in this article, whose appointments and terms of office are not otherwise provided for, are appointed by and hold office at the pleasure of their principals.
Appointment of deputies not otherwise provided for: See post, $$ 876, 894.
Legislation § 371. Enacted March 12, 1872.
Of the Governor.
$ 387. Salaries of stenographer and messenger. Code commissioners' note to Article III. “Article [III] is based upon statutes as follows: Stats. 1867-68, p. 508; Stats. 1858, p. 22; Stats. 1861, p. 183; Stats, 1860, p. 93; Stats. 1869-70, p. 516; Stats. 1853, p. 44; Stats. 1857, p. 149; Stats. 1852, p. 138; Stats. 1869-70, p. 688; Stats
1863, p. 150; Stats. 1869-70, p. 331; Stats. 1863, p. 647; Stats. 1869-70,
$ 380. Powers and duties of governor. In addition to those prescribed be the constitution the governor has the power and must perform the daties preseribed in this and the following sections:
1. He is to supervise the official conduct of all executive and ministerial officers;
2. He is to see that all offices are filled and the duties thereof performed, or in default thereof apply such remedy as the law allows; and if the remedy is imperfect, acquaint the legislature therewith at its next session;
3. He is to make the appointments and supply the vacancies men. tioned in this code;
4. He is the sole official organ of communication between the govern. ment of this state and the government of any other state or of the l'aited States;
5. Whenever any suit or legal proceeding is pending against this state, or which may affect the title of this state to any property, or which may result in any claim against the state, he may direct the attorney-general to appear on behalf of the state, and may employ such additional counsel as he may judge expedient;
6. He may require the attorney-general or district attorney of any county to inquire into the affairs or management of any corporation existing under the laws of this state;
7. He may require the attorney-general to aid any district attorney in the discharge of his duties;
8. He may offer rewards not exceeding one thousand dollars each, pay. able out of the general fund, for the apprehension of any convict who has escaped from the state prison, or of any person who has committed or is charged with the commission of an offense punishable with death;
9. He must perform such duties respecting fugitives from justice as are preseribed by chapter four, of title twelve, of the Penal Code;
10. He must issue and transmit election proclamations, as prescribed in title two, of part three, of this code;
11. He must issue land warrants and patents, as prescribed in title eight, of part three, of this code;
12. He must, on or before the first day of September, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, and in each second year thereafter, deliver to the state printer for publication all biennial reports of officers and boards for the two preceding years;
13. He may require any officer or board to make special reports to him, upon demand, in writing;
14. He may issue arms and accouterments for the use of colleges;
15. He must discharge the duties of member of the board of examiners, of member of the state board of education, of state prison director, of State Capitol commissioner, of orphan asylum commissioner, of trus. tee of state normal school, and of the board of military auditors;
16. He has such other powers and must perform such other duties as are devolved upon him by this code or any other law of this state.