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Legislation & 4004. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1880, p. 93. 3. Repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 354. 4. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 355; same as former County Gov. Act 1897, $ 5.

§ 4005. Prohibited contracts form no basis for claim. All contracts, authorizations, allowances, payments, and liabilities to pay, made or attempted to be made in violation of law, shall be absolutely void, and shall never be the foundation or basis of a claim against the treasury of such county. And all officers of said county are charged with notice of the condition of the treasury of said county, and the extent of the claims against the same.

Legislation & 4005. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872. 2. Repealed by ('ode Amdts. 1880, p. 94. 3. Repealed by Stats. 1907, p. 354. 4. Enacted by Stats. 1907, p. 355; same as former County Gov. Act 1897, $ 6.

§ 4005a. Officer become personally liable, when. Any officer authorizing, or aiding to authorize, or auditing, or allowing, or paying any claim or demand upon or against said treasury, or any fund thereof, in violation of any of the provisions of law, or of the constitution of this state, shall be liable in person, and upon his official bond, to the person or persons damaged by such illegal authorization, to the extent of his or their loss by reason of the non-payment of his or their claims.

Legislation § 4005a. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 355; same as former County Gov. Art 1897, $ 7. § 4005b. Action to recover money unlawfully paid.

Whenever any board of supervisors shall, without authority of law, order any money paid as salary, fees, or for any other purposes, and such money shall have been actually paid; or whenever any county officer has drawn any warrant or warrants in his own favor, or in favor of any other person, without being authorized by the board of supervisors, or by the law, and the same shall have been paid, the district attorney of such county is hereby empowered, and it is hereby made his imperative duty, to institute suit, in the name of the county, against such person or persons, to recover the money so paid, and twenty per cent damages for the use thereof; and no order of the board of supervisors therefor shall be necessary to maintain such suit. When the money has not been paid on such order or warrants, it is hereby made the imperative duty of the district attorney of such county, upon receiving notice thereof, to commence suit, in the name of the county, to restrain the payment of the same; and no order of the board of supervisors shall be necessary in order to maintain such suit.

Legislation § 4005b. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 355; same as former County Gov. Act 1897, $ 8.

CHAPTER II.
Population and Classification of Counties.
Article I. Population of Counties. $ 4005c.

Classification of Counties. $$ 4006–4007.

II.

ARTICLE I.
Population of Counties

§ 40050. Population of Counties. § 4005c. Population of counties. The population of the counties of the state is hereby ascertained and determined to be and is as follows: 1. Los Angeles...

504,131 2. San Francisco.

416,912 3. Alameda..

246,131 4. Santa Clara.

83,539 5. Fresno....

75,657 6. Sacramento.

67,806 7. San Diego..

61,665 8. San Bernardino.

56,706 9. San Joaquin.

50,731 10. Sonoma.

48,394 11. Kern.

37,715 12. Tulare....

35,440 13. Riverside.

34,696 14. Orange.

34,436 15. Humboldt.

33,857 16. Contra Costa.

31,674 17. Santa Barbara.

27,738 18. Solano....

27,559 19. Butte..

27,301 20. San Mateo.

26,585 21. Santa Cruz

26,140 22. Marin

25,114 23. Monterey.

24,146 24. Mendocino.

23,929 25. Stanislaus..

22,522 26. Napa.....

19,800 27. San Luis Obispo

19,383 28. Shasta

18,920 29. Siskiyou..

18,801 30. Ventura..

18,347 31. Placer

18,237 32. Kings

16,230 33. Merced

15,148 31. Nevada

11,955 35. Yolo

13,926 36. Imperial

13,591 37. Tehama

11,401 38. Yuba

10,042 39. Tuolumne

9,979

40. Calaveras

9,171 41. Amador

9,086 42. Madera

8,368 43. San Benito

8,041 44. Colusa

7,732 45. El Dorado

7,492 46. Glenn

7,172 47. Inyo

6,974 48. Sutter

6,328 49. Modoc

6,191 50. Lake

5,526 51. Plumas

5,259 52. Lassen

4,802 53. Sierra

4,098 54. Mariposa

3,956 55. Trinity

3,301 56. Del Norte

2,417 57. Mono

2,042 58. Alpine

309 (Amendment approved 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 97.]

Legislation § 4005c. 1. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 356; same as former County Gov. Act 1897, $ 10, as amended by Stats. 1901, p. 685. 2. Amended by Stats. 1909, p. 556. 3. By Stats. 1911, p. 97.

ARTICLE II.

Classification of Counties.
$ 4006. Classification of counties.
§ 4006a. Change of classification.

$ 4007. Federal census. § 4006. Classification of counties. For the purpose of regulating the compensation of all officers herein provided for, the several counties of this state are hereby classified, according to their population (as ascertained and determined in section 40050 of this code) as follows, to wit:

Counties containing a population of five hundred thousand and over shall belong to and be known as counties of the first class.

Counties containing a population of four hundred thousand and under five hundred thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the second class.

Counties containing a population of two hundred thousand and under four hundred thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the third class.

Counties containing a population of eighty thousand and under two hundred thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the fourth class.

Counties containing a population of seventy-five thousand and under eighty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the fifth class.

Counties containing a population of sixty-five thousand and under seventy-five thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the sixth class.

Counties containing a population of sixty thousand and under sixtyfive thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the seventh class.

Counties containing a population of fifty-five thousand and under sixty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the eighth class.

Counties containing a population of fifty thousand and under fifty-five thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the ninth class.

Counties containing a population of forty thousand and under fifty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the tenth class.

Counties containing a population of thirty-six thousand and under forty thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the eleventh class.

Counties containing a population of thirty-five thousand and under thirty-six thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twelfth class.

Counties containing a population of thirty-four thousand five hundred and under thirty-five thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirteenth class.

Counties containing a population of thirty-four thousand and under thirty-four thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the fourteenth class.

Counties containing a population of thirty-two thousand and under thirty-four thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the fifteenth class.

Counties containing a population of thirty-one thousand and under thirty-two thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the sixteenth class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-seven thousand seven hundred and under thirty-one thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the seventeenth class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-seven thousand five hundred and under twenty-seven thousand seven hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the eighteenth class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-seven thousand three hundred and under twenty-seven thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the nineteenth class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-six thousand five hundred and under twenty-seven thousand three hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twentieth class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-six thousand and under twenty-six thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as coun.. ties of the twenty-first class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-five thousand and under twenty-six thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-second class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-four thousand and under twenty-five thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-third class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-three thousand and under twenty-four thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-fourth class.

Counties containing a population of twenty-two thousand and under twenty-three thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-fifth class.

Counties containing a population of ninteen thousand five hundred and under twenty-two thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-sixth class.

Counties containing a population of nineteen thousand three hundred and under nineteen thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-seventh class.

Counties containing a population of eighteen thousand nine hundred and under nineteen thousand three hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-eighth class.

Counties containing a population of eighteen thousand five hundred and under eighteen thousand nine hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the twenty-ninth class.

Counties containing a population of eighteen thousand three hundred and under eighteen thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtieth class.

Counties containing a population of eighteen thousand and under eighteen thousand three hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-first class.

Counties containing a population of sixteen thousand and under eighteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-second class.

Counties containing a population of fifteen thousand and under sixteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-third class.

Counties containing a population of fourteen thousand and under fifteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirtyfourth class.

Counties containing a population of thirteen thousand seven hundred and under fourteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-fifth class.

('ounties containing a population of thirteen thousand and under thirteen thousand seven hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-sixth class.

Counties containing a population of eleven thousand and under thirteen thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-seventh class.

Counties containing a population of ten thousand and under eleven thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-eighth class.

('ounties containing a population of nine thousand five hundred and under ten thousand shall belong to and be known as counties of the thirty-ninth class.

('ounties containing a population of nine thousand one hundreil and under nine thousand five hundred shall belong to and be known as coun: ties of the fortieth class.

Counties containing a population of nine thousand and unde nine thousand one hundred shall belong to and be known as counties of the forty-first class,

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