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V. Salaries of Justices of the Supreme Court and Superior Judges,
and Officers Connected with the Supreme Court. $$ 736-739.
VI. Ministerial and Other Officers Connected with the Courts. Ar-
ticles I-V. $$ 749-831.
Article I. Clerk of the Supreme Court. $$ 749-761.
II. Reporters of the Supreme Court. $$ 767-782.
III. Notaries Public. $$ 791-801.
IV. Commissioners of Deeds. $$ 811-817.
V. Other Officers. $$ 827-831.
VII. General Provisions Relating to Different Classes of Officers.
Articles I-XII. 88 841-1033.
Article I. Disqualifications. $$ 841-843.
II. Restrictions upon
the Residence of Officers.
III. Powers of Deputies. $ 865.
IV. Appointment and Duration of Term. $$ 875–879.
V. Nominations and Commissions of Officers. $$ 889-
VI. Oath of Office. $$ 904–910.
VII. Prohibitions Applicable to Certain Officers.
VIII. Salaries of Officers, When Title is contested.
$$ 936, 937.
IX. Bonds of Officers. $$ 947-987.
X. Resignations, Vacancies, and the Mode of Supply.
ing Them. $$ 995–1004.
XI. Proceedings to Compel the Delivery of Books and
Papers by Officers to their Successors. $$ 1014-
XII. Miscellaneous Provisions. $$ 1026–1033.
Chapter 1. General Provisions Relating to Elections. Articles 1-1V.
Article 1. Time of Holding Elections. $$ 1041-1044.
II. Election Proclamations. $$ 1053–1056.
III. Miscellaneous Provisions. $$ 1066-1073.
IV. County, City, and City and County Boards of
Election Commissioners. $$ 1075-1080.
II. Qualifications and Disabilities of Electors. $$ 1083-1084.
III. Registration of Electors. $$ 1094-1121.
IV. Election Precincts. $$ 1125-1133.
V. Boards of Election, $$ 1142-1151.
VI. Opening and Closing the Polls. $$ 1160–1164.
VII. Poll-lists. $$ 1174, 1175.
VIII. Election Tickets and Ballots. $$ 1185-1216.
IX. Voting and Challenges. $$ 1224–1243.
X. Canvassing and Returning the Vote. $8 1252–1268.
XI. Canvass of Returns. Declaration of Result Commissions and
Certificates of Election. $8 1278-1297.
XII. Election for Electors of President and Vice-president.
XIII. Elections for Members of Congress. Articles I, II. $8 1332–
Article I. Election for Senators. $$ 1332–1337.
II. Election for Representatives. $$ 1343-1347.
XIV. Primary Elections. $$ 1357-1380.
Chapter 1. University of California. Articles I-VII. $8 1385–1486d.
Article I. General Provisions Relating to the University.
II. Endowment of the University. § 1415.
III. Regents of the University. $$ 1425-1439.
IV. Secretary of the Board of Regents. $$ 1449–1451.
V. Academie Senate of the University. $$ 1461-
VI. University Cadets. $$ 1473–1477.
VII. Hastings College of Law. 88 1478–1486d.
II. State Normal School. 88 1487-1507.
III. Public Schools. Articles I-XXI. $$ 1517–1892.
Article I. State Board of Education. $$ 1517-1527.
II. Superintendent of Public Instruction. $$ 1532,
III. School Superintendents. $$ 1542-1553.
IV. Teachers' Institutes. $$ 1560-1566.
V. School Districts. 88 1575-1584.
VI. Elections for School Trustees. $$ 1593–1602.
VII. Boards of Trustees of School Districts, and City
Boards of Education. $$ 1611-1625.
VIII. District Census Marshals. $8 1634–1641. [Re-
IX. Clerks of School Districts. $$ 1649–1652.
X. Schools. $$ 1662–1674.
XI. Pupils. $$ 1681-1687.
XII. Teachers. $8 1696-1704.
XIII. District Libraries. $$ 1712–1717.
XIV. Establishment and Government of High Schools
and High School Districts. $$ 1720-1752.
XV. High School Taxes and Funds. $$ 1752-1764.
XVI. County Boards of Education. $$ 1768–1779.
XVII. City Boards of Education. $$ 1787-1794.
XVIII. County School Tax. $$ 1817–1820.
XIX. District School Tax. $$ 1830–1852.
XX. General Provisions Relative to School Funds and
Taxes. $$ 1857-1861.
XXI. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to Public
Schools. $$ 1867-1892.
Chapter I. Enrolled Militia. $$ 1895–1924.
II. The National Guard. Articles I-IX. $$ 1925–2112.
Article I. Composition and Strength. $$ 1925-1935.
II. Commissioned Officers. $$ 1951-1968.
III. Enlisted Men. $$ 1980–1987.
IV. Service of National Guard. 88 2003–2014.
V. Military Courts. 88 2018–2028.
VI. Arms, Uniforms, and Equipment. $8 2039-2046.
VII. Pay and Allowance. $ $ 2076-2086.
VIII. Privileges, Prohibitions, etc. $$ 2093–2107.
IX. Naval Militia. $$ 2111, 2112.
Chapter I. State Commission in Lunacy, State Hospitals, and Care, Cus-
tody, Apprehension, Commitment of Insane and Other In-
competent Persons. $8 2136-2199.
Industrial Home of th Adult Blind $ $ 2207-2207k.
Ic. The Women's Relief Corps Home of California. 88 2210-
II. California School for the Deaf and the Blind. Articles I-IV.
$ $ 2236-2282.
Article I. General Provisions. $$ 2236-2244.
II. Board of Directors. 88 2254-2257,
III. Principal. 88 2267-2270,
IV. Treasurer. $ $ 2280–2282.
IIa. Orphan Asylums. $8 2283-2290.
III. State Library. $9 2292-2305.
IV. Supreme Court Library. $$ 2313-2316.
Commission of Horticulture. $$ 2319-2319j.
IVb. County Boards of Horticulture. $$ 2322–2322e.
V. Other Public Institutions. $$ 2326-2328.
Chapter 1. Public Waters. Articles I-XI. $$ 2348–2608.
Article I. General Provisions Respecting Public Waters and
Obstructions Therein. $$ 2348-2351.
II. Navigation. $$ 2360–2379.
III. Floating Lumber. $8 2389-2393.
IV. Wrecks and Wrecked Property. $$ 2403–2418.
V. Pilots and Pilot Commissioners. $$ 2429-2447.
VI. Pilot Regulations for San Francisco, Mare Island,
and Benicia. $$ 2457-2470.
VII. Pilot Regulations for Humboldt Bay and Bar
VIII. Port-wardens. $$ 2501-2511.
IX. San Francisco Harbor and State Harbor Commis-
sioners. $$ 2520-2554.
X. Harbor Commissioners for the Port of Eureka.
XI. Harbor Commissioners for the Bay of San Diego.
II. Highways. Articles I-IX. 88 2618–2773.
Article I. Enumeration of Highways. $8 2618–2023.
II. Rules and Restrictions Respecting the Use of High-
ways. $$ 2631-2636.
III. Powers and Duties of Boards of Supervisors and
Highway Officers Over Highways, $S 2641-2647.
IV. Highway Taxes. $$ 2651-2656.
V. Performance of Highway Labor and Commutation.
VI. Laying Out, Altering, and Discontinuing Roads.
VII. Erection and Maintenance of Bridges. $$ 2711-
VIII. Obstructions and Injuries to Highways. $8 2731-
IX. Permanent Road Divisions. $8 2745–2773.
III. Toll roads. Articles I-III. 88 2779–2832.
Article I. Construction of Toll-roads. $$ 2779–2802.
II. Use of Toll-roads, and Obstructions Thereon.
III. Inspection and Repairs. $$ 2827–2832.
IV. Public Ferries and Toll-bridges. Articles I-III. $$ 2843-
Article I. General Provisions. $8 2843-2858.
II. Toll-bridges. $$ 2870-2881.
III. Toll-ferries. $$ 2892–2896.
V. Wharves, Chutes, and Piers. $$ 2906–2921.
VI. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to Public Ways. $$ 2931-
GENERAL POLICE OF THE STATE.
( 'hapter I. Immigration. $8 2949–2969.
II. Preservation of the Public Health. Artieles I-V. $$ 2978–
Article I. State Board of Health. $$ 2978-2984.
II. Vaccine Agent. $$ 2993, 2994,
III. Health_and Quarantine Regulations for the City
and Harbor of San Francisco, 88 3004-3035.
IV. Health Regulations for the City of Sacramento.
V. Health and Quarantine of Other Cities, Towns, and
Harbors. $$ 3059–3064.
III. Registry of Births, Marriages, and Deaths. $$ 3074-3084.
IV. Dissection. $$ 3093-3095.
V. Cemeteries and Sepulture. $$ 3105_3111.
VI. Lost and Unclaimed Property. Articles I, II. $$ 3136-3158.
Article I. Lost Money and Goods. $$ 3136–3142.
II. Unclaimed Property. $$ 3152-3158.
VII. Marks and Brands. Articles I-III. 88 3167–3201.
Article I. Marks and Brands. $$ 3167–3172.
II. Regulations Relating to Marks and Brands.
III. Trade-marks. $$ 3196-3201.
VIII. Weights and Measures. $$ 3209–3223,
IX. Labor and Materials on Public Buildings. $$ 3233-3235.
X. Hours of Labor. $$ 3244-3250.
XI. Time. $$ 3255-3260.
XII. Money of Account. $$ 3272-3274.
XIII. Auctions. Articles I-III. $$ 3284-3324.
Article I. Auctioneers. $$ 3284-3292.
II. Regulations Respecting Sales. $$ 3302-3310,
III. Frauds and Penalties. $$ 3322–3324.
XIV. Fires and Firemen. $$ 3335–3345.
XV. Licenses. Articles I, II. $$ 3356-3387.
Aqticle I. General Provisions. $$ 3356-3366.
II. Classification and Taxes. 88 3376-3387.
PROPERTY OF THE STATE.
Chapter I. The Public Lands. Articles I-VII. $$ 3395–3574.
Article I. General Provisions Respecting the Publie Lands.
II. Swamp and Overflowed, Salt-marsh, and Tide.
lands. $$ 3440-349312.
IIa. Sale of Lands Uncovered by the Recession or
Drainage of Waters of Inland Lakes, and Un-
segregated Swamp and Overflowed Lands,
III. School Lands. $$ 3494-3503.
IV. Payments, Certificates of Purchase, and Patents
V. Selection and Sale of University Lands. $8 3533–
VI. Proceedings Against Delinquent Purchasers,
VII. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to Public Lands.
The Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Big Tree Grove. $$ 3584–
The State Burying ground. $$ 3596, 3597.
Chapter I. Property Liable to Taxation. S$ 3607-3613.
II. Definitions. $ 3617.
III. Assessment of Property. $$ 3627–3671.
IV. Equalization of Taxes. Articles I, II. $$ 3672–3705.
Article I. County Boards of Equalization. $8 3672–3682.
II State Board of Equalization. $$ 3392–3705.
V. Levy of Taxes. $$ 3713-3719.
VI. Duties of the Auditor in Relation to Revenue. 88 3727–3739.
VII. Collection of Property Taxes. $$ 3746–3819.
VIII. Collection of Taxes by the Assessor on Certain Personal
Property. $$ 3820–3831.
IX. Poll-taxes. $$ 3839-3862.
X. Settlements with the Controller and Payments into State
Treasury. $$ 3865–3880.
XI. Miscellaneous Provisions. $$ 3881-3900.
OF TIIE GOVERNMENT OF COUNTIES, CITIES, AND
TITLE I. OF COUNTIES. $$ 3901-3985.
II. THE GOVERNMENT OF COUNTIES. $8 4000-4348.
III. THE GOVERNMENT OF CITIES. $$ 4354-4449.
IV. LIABILITIES OF COUNTIES AND CITIES FOR INJURIES TO PROPERTY
BY MOBS OR Riots. $$ 4452-4457.
PUBLICATIONS BY STATE OFFICERS AND COMMISSIONERS, OR OTHER
OFFICIALS, OR THE OFFICERS OF COURTS, COUNTIES, CITIES,
CITIES AND COUNTIES, OR TOWNS, AND PUBLICATIONS REQUIRED
TO BE GIVEN OR MADE BY LAW. $$ 4458-4462.