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§ 1477. Report of military instructor. § 1473. University cadets. The students of the university must be organized into a body known as the “University Cadets.”
Legislation § 1473. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869-70, p. 119, § 1. $ 1474. Officers of. The officers of cadets, between and including the ranks of second lieutenant and colonel, must be selected by the chief military instructor, with the assent of the president of the university, and must be commissioned by the governor. [Amendment approved 1874; Code Amdts. 1873-74, p. 35.]
Legislation & 1474. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869–70, p. 119, § 2. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1873–74, p. 35.
§ 1475. Equipment of. The adjutant-general of the state must issue such arms, munitions, accouterments, and equipments to the university cadets as the board of regents may require and the governor approve. (Amendment approved 1874; Code Amdts. 1873–74, 35.]
Legislation § 1475. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869–70, p. 119, 8 3. 2. Amended by Code Amdts. 1873–74, p. 35. § 1476. Retired officers of. Upon graduating or retiring from the university, such officers may resign their commissions or hold the same as retired officers of the university cadets, liable to be called into service by the governor in case of war, invasion, insurrection, or rebellion.
Legislation & 1476. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869–70, p. 119, $ 4. $1477. Report of military instructor. The military instructor must make quarterly reports to the adjutant-general of the state, showing the bumber, discipline, and equipments of the cadets.
Legislation § 1477. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869–70, p. 119, $ 4.
Hastings College of Law.
8 1486d. President of board. Legislation Article VII. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 629. The code commissioner, in his note to the sections composing the article, says: “A codification of the act of March 26, 1878 (Stats. 1877–78, p. 533). The statutes of March 3, 1883 (Stats. 1883, p. 26), and March 18, 1885 (Stats. 1885, p. 203), so far as they have been passed upon, were pronounced unconstitutional. (See People v. Kewen, 69 Cal, 215, and Foltz v. Hoge, 54 Cal. 28.) For the purposes of codification it has been assumed that both these amendatory statutes, in their entirety, are unconstitutional, and this codification is based upon the statute of 1878 alone."
§ 1478. Officers, and their appointment. The law college founded and established by S. C. Hastings shall forever be known and designated as the Hastings College of Law. Its officers are a dean, registrar, and eight directors. Whenever any vacancy occurs in the board of directors, they must fill the same from the members of the Bar Association of San Francisco or otherwise; but such vacancies must be so filled that one of such directors shall be an heir or representative of said Hastings. The dean and registrar are appointed by the directors.
Legislation § 1478. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 629. See ante, Legislation Article VII.
§ 1479. Affiliation with the university. Such college is affiliated with the university of the state, and is the law department thereof.
Legislation § 1479. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 629. See ante, Legislation Article VII.
$ 1480. Granting and issuing of diplomas. The faculty of the university must grant, and the president must sign and issue, diplomas to the students of the college.
Legislation § 1480. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 629. See ante, Legis. lation Article VII.
§ 1481. Rooms and halls for use of students and directors. There must be set apart for the use of the students of the college, some room or suitable hall at the university, and the board of supervisors of the city and county of San Francisco is authorized to supply a suitable hall therein for the students and directors.
Legislation § 1481. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 629. See ante, Legislation Article VII.
$ 1482. The dean. The dean of the college is ex officio of the faculty of the university, to be designated as such by the directors of the college.
Legislation § 1482. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis. lation Article VII.
§ 1483. Rights of students under diplomas. A diploma entitles the student to whom it is issued to a license to practice in all the courts of the state, subject to the right of the chief justice of the supreme court of the state to order an examination as in ordinary cases of applicants without such diploma.
Legislation § 1483. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis. lation Article VII.
$ 1481. Appropriations to be made. The sum of seven per cent per annum upon one hundred thousand dollars must be appropriated by the state and paid in two semi-annual payments to the directors of the college.
Legislation § 1484. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legislation Article VII.
$ 1485. Purposes of the college. The business of the college is to
Legislation & 1485. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis-
Legislation § 1486. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis-
§ 1486a. Powers and duties of directors. All the business of the col.
Legislation & 1486a. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis.
$ 1486b. Use of law library. The Law Library Association of the city and county of San Francisco must grant to the students the use of its library upon such terms and conditions as it may agree upon with the directors of the college.
Legislation & 1486b. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis. lation Article VII.
$ 1486c. Payments in case of failure of appropriations, etc. If the
failure is caused by mistake or accident, or the omission of the legislature to make the appropriation at any one session.
Legislation § 1486c. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis. lation Article VII.
$ 1486d. President of board. The chief justice of the supreme court of the state is president of the board of directors, five of whom constitute a quorum to transact all business.
Legislation & 1486d. Added by Stats. 1907, p. 630. See ante, Legis. lation Article VII.
State Normal School. § 1487. Object of school. § 1488. Under control of board of trustees. § 1489. Powers and duties of normal school trustees. § 1490. Regular meetings of board. $ 1491. Special meetings of board. § 1492. Of whom composed. Meetings. Powers and duties. § 1493. Apportionment of pupils. [Repealed.] $ 1494. General qualifications for admission as pupils. § 1495. Teachers entitled to admission. $ 1496. Pupils from other states. $ 1497. Pupils to file certain declaration. $ 1498. Competitive examinations before county boards. [Repealed.] $ 1499. Manner of examination. [Repealed.] $ 1500. Persons passing to be admitted as pupils, in what order.
[Repealed.) $ 1501. President to make annual report. $ 1502. Principal may be permitted to attend county institutes. $ 1503. Issuance of certificates or diplomas of normal school. $ 1504. Secretary and board of trustees. [Repealed.] § 1505. Supervision by superintendent of public instruction, $ 1506. Biennial appropriation to be made. [Repealed.] $ 1507. Orders on controller, how drawn.
$ 1487. Object of school. The state normal schools have for their objects the education of teachers for the public schools of this state. (Amendment approved 1887; Stats. 1887, p. 137.)
Normal schools part of public school system: Const., art. IX, $ 6.
Legislation § 1487. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based Stats. 1869-70, p. 787, § 1. 2. Amended by Stats. 1887, p. 137.
$ 1488. Under control of board of trustees. The state normal schools shall be under the management and control of boards of trustees, constituted as provided in section three hundred and fifty-four of the Political Code of the state of California. [Amendment approved 1887; Stats. 1887, p. 137.]
Stato normal schools:
1. Trustees of: See ante, $ 3:54.
2. Acts establishing and relating to: See Gen. Laws, tit. “Schools.” Legislation § 1488. 1. Enacted March 12, 1872; based on Stats. 1869–70, p. 788, $ 2. 2. Amended by Stats. 1887, p. 137.
$ 1489. Powers and duties, normal school trustees. The powers and laties of each board of trustees of the state normal schools of California are as follows: 1. To prescribe rules for their government and the government of
2. To prescribe rules for the reports of officers and teachers of the school and for visiting other schools and institutions;
3. To provide for the purchase of school apparatus, furniture, equipment, stationery, and text-books for the use of students;
4. To establish at their discretion, and maintain model and trainlig schools of the primary and grammar grade, and, in their discretion of the kindergarten grade, and to require the students of the normal schools to teach and instruct classes therein;
3. To establish at their discretion courses for the training of teachers of drawing, music, physical culture, and commercial, technical, or inlustrial subjects in the elementary and secondary schools of the state and upon the satisfactory completion of these courses to grant diplomas of graduation therefrom;
6. To elect the president of the school, who shall be ex-officio secPetary of the board, and an assistant secretary who shall receive such salary as may be allowed by the board; and to elect the teachers, upon beir nomination by the president of the school, fix their salaries, and preseribe their duties; provided, that after the president or a teacher has served successfully and acceptably in the school for the period of two years prior to or after the passage of this act, his or her appointment thereafter may, at the discretion of the board of trustees, be maile for a term not to exceed four years, unless removed for cause;
1. To control and expend all moneys appropriated for the support and maintenance of the school, and all moneys received for tuition or
to the school;
$. To cause a record of all their proceedings to be kept, which shall be
open to publie inspection at the school; 9. To keep open to public inspection an account of receipts and expt nditures;
10. To annually report to the state superintendent of public instructon a statement of their transactions, and of all matters pertaining
11. To transmit with such report a copy of the president's annual re12. To revoke any diploma by them granted, on receiving satisfa:tory evidence that the holder thereof is addicted to drunkenness, is guilty of gross immorality, or is reputedly dishonest in his dealings; provided, that such person shall have at least thirty days' previous cotice of such contemplated action, and shall, if he asks it, be heard
13. On recommendation of the faculty and president of the school, to exclude students, who, because of poor scholarship or other evidences of unfitness, are judged incapable of becoming successful teachers in the public schools of the state. 11. To establish and maintain courses of study only in accordance with the rules and regulations prescribed by the state board of educa
in his own defense;