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Commission on location. Appropriation.

§ 14. A commission consisting of the state engineer and four members to be appointed by the governor, is hereby created, and it shall, as soon as practicable, with the approval of the board of control, establish a location for said school, purchase a site therefor to consist of not less than one hundred acres of good agricultural land, and the state department of engineering shall, in conformity to law, erect, construct and equip the necessary buildings therefor. For the purposes of paying the expenses of the provisions incurred by this act there is hereby appropriated out of the state treasury the sum of two hundred thousand dollars, one-half of which shall be available immediately after this act becomes effective, and one-half available January 1, 1914. Trustees to have control of girls' department at Whittier.

$ 15. Immediately after this act becomes effective, or as soon thereafter as a majority of the persons appointed as trustees shall have qualified and organized the said board, it shall take possession of and assume the control and management of the girls' department of the Whittier State School, and the board of trustees of the Whittier State School shall turn over to the board of trustees of the California School for Girls hereby created, the custody and management of said girls' department, including the buildings now occupied by, and all property, records and papers now used by or belonging to said girls' department, or any of its inmates. When the said school for girls is located and the buildings constructed ready for occupancy, the board of trustees of said school for girls shall remove all girls from the said girls' department of the Whittier State School, whereupon all buildings and property, except such personal property as has been purchased for the express use of the girls, shall revert to the Whittier State School. Controller's warrant.

§ 16. The controller of the state is hereby directed on requisition of said board, duly audited by the state board of control, to draw his warrant on the state treasurer in favor of said board for any moneys duly appropriated to pay for the necessary expenditures in the establishment and maintenance of said school, and the said treasurer is directed to pay the same from the appropriations provided therefor. Construction of act. Pay to inmates authorized.

$ 17. This act shall be construed in conformity with the intent as well as the express provisions thereof, and shall confer upon the board authority to do all those lawful acts which it deems necessary to promote the prosperity of the school and the well being and education of its inmates, including the organization of trade schools, purchase of materials for use therein, the doing of all other things, not prohibited, which are re

carry out the purposes of this ac The board is further authorized to pay those committed to said school small weekly or monthly sums in lieu of clothing and other necessary articles, if in its judgment, such a course would better promote discipline and training. Nothing herein contained however, shall permit said board to incur any indebtedness in excess of the appropriations allowed by law for the establishment of said school. Girls' department at Whittier superseded. INDEX.

$ 18. It is the purpose of this act that the school hereby established shall supersede and supplant the girls' department of the Whittier State School and that all commitments of girls authorized by law shall be ma to the California School for Girls, but girls so committed shall be kept under the control of the said California School for Girls at the present girls' department of the Whittier State School until the school provided for by this act is ready for the reception of girls.

PAROLE HEADQUARTERS FOR STATE SCHOOLS. An act to provide for the establishing and maintaining of parole head

quarters in connection with state schools and reformatories.

[Approved June 16, 1913; Statutes 1913, p. 1034.] § 1. The board of trustees or other administrative body of any state reformatory or state school is hereby empowered and authorized to establish and maintain parole headquarters out of funds made available for their use and to pay rental and such incidental expenses as may be incurred in maintaining such headquarters and to advance money to any boy or girl who may now or hereafter be on furlough, parole or discharge from any such reformatory or state school, and to assist them in obtaining employment and in becoming established as useful and law-abiding members of society.

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ABANDONMENT

of children
ABATEMENT

places of prostitution

unlawful sale of liquors, procedure -
ABDUCTION

of women

penalty
ABORTIONS

administering drugs
advertising to produce

evidence necessary to convict-
ACTIONS

appeals from superior court
disabilities excluded
infants appear by guardians
limitation for vacating sale
married woman as party
not abated by death

wife may defend
ADMINISTRATION

estates not exceeding $1,500
ADMINISTRATORS

who may be, etc.
ADOPTION

of children
ADULTERY

admission not sufficient
defined

penalty
ADVANCEMENTS

effect on succession

what are, etc.
ADVERTISING

to procure divorce

to produce abortion
AGE OF CONSENT..
AGREEMENTS. See also CONTRACTS

invalid
AGRICULTURE

employment at, permitting children.
ALIENS

may inherit
ALIMONY

husband to pay

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INDEX_Continued.
AMUSEMENT

admission to place of
ANIMALS

society for prevention of cruelty to..
APPEALS. See Actions
APPRENTICES

binding, etc.
ATTORNEY AND CLIENT

not to be examined
ATTORNEYS AT LAW

who may be
BANKS

deposits of married women and minors..

heirs may collect money in.
BEQUESTS

charitable
BIGAMY

defined, etc.
BIRTHS

fraudulent pretenses

registry of
BLINDNESS

prevention of, in infants.
BOOKS

obscene
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS

membership
CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

establishment
CHEMICALS

assault with caustic
CHILDREN. See also INFANTS; MINORS

abandoned, legislature may provide for support.
abandonment and neglect
adoption
custody, parents divorced
deaf and blind must be sent to school.
educational rights
employment at agricultural labor
father may sue for injury--
home-finding societies
hours of labor
illegitimate, property inherited by whom-
illegitimate, support of
illegitimate, to the
immoral practices before
indigent parents, to provide for

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