Compiled Laws of the State of California: Containing All the Acts of the Legislature of a Public and General Nature Now in Force : Passed at the Sessions of 1850-51-52-53 : to which are Prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitutions of the United States and of California, the Treaty of Queretaro, and the Naturalization Laws of the United States

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S. Garfielde, 1853 - 1071 páginas
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Concerning the office of Reporter
40
Adopting the Common Law
41
To regulate Descents and Distributions
42
Concerning the office of Surveyor General
43
To define the Duties of County Clerk
44
To prescribe the Duty of Constables
45
Concerning Coroners
46
Concerning Fraudulent Conveyances and Contracts
47
For the Relief of Persons imprisoned on Civil Process
48
Concerning Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
49
To limit the Terms of Leases
50
To authorize the Keepers of Warehouses to sell Goods on Storage after a certain Period
51
Concerning Marks and Brands
68
Concerning Offices
69
For the Regulation of the Militia whilst in Actual Service
70
Concerning the office of Comptroller
72
Concerning the office of State Treasurer
75
Concerning the office of Secretary of State
77
Fixing the time for Acts and Joint Resolutions to take effect
79
Prescribing the mode of receiving keeping and paying out the Public Funds
80
Concerning the office of Attorney General
84
Concerning the Revenue Funds Expenditure and Property of the State and Management thereof
86
To establish Pilots and Pilot Regulations for the Port of San Francisco
88
In relation to the appointment of Pilots for the different Ports and Harbors of California
95
Relating to San Diego Pilots
96
Concerning the Official Bonds of Officers
97
To provide for the Incorporation of Cities
101
Creating the Office of Clerk of the Recorders Court of the City of Sacramento 108 To provide for the Construction of Telegraph Lines within the Stat...
108
To regulate the Interest of Money
109
Concerning the office of County Treasurer
110
To provide for the Incorporation of Towns
114
To establish a Standard of Weights and Measures
119
To authorize the formation of Limited Partnerships
122
Concerning Water Craft found adrift and Lost Money and Property
124
Prescribing the Duties and fixing the Compensation of County Surveyors
130
Defining the Duties of the State Librarian and prescribing Rules for the Gov ernment of the State Library
132
22Concerning Wrecks and Wrecked Property
134
To provide for the Erection of Court Houses
139
Concerning Wills
140
To prevent Obstructions in Navigable Streams
144
To provide for the Permanent Location of Seats of Justice of the several Counties
145
Relating to Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes
146
Concerning Volunteer or Independent Companies
149
To provide for the Appointment and Prescribe the Duties of Guardians
154
To provide for the Incorporation of Colleges
162
Relative to Bonds Due Bills and other Instruments in writing and making them Assignable
164
To establish a System of Common Schools
179
To provide for the appointment of a Gauger for the Port of San Francisco
180
181 For the Protection of Game
181
Publio Lands in this State
182
In relation to Actions wherein the State is a Party
183
To provide for the Incorporation of Water Companies
184
Concerning the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
185
To amend an Act relating to Corporations
186
To amend an Act entitled An Act concerning Corporations passed A 22 1850
187
To authorize a Transfer of Causes from the Superior Court of the City of Francisco
188
Concerning Notaries Public
189
Supplementary to an Act to provide for the Appointment and prescribe Duties of Guardians passed April 19 1850
190
To provide for the Measurement of Lumber
191
To provide for the better Publication of Official and Legal Notices
192
In relation to Personal Mortgages in certain cases
193
Providing for the Erection of a State Prison and declaring null and void existing State Prison Contract
194
Concerning the auditing of Accounts by the Court of Sessions and Board Supervisors
195
To fix the Compensation of County Judges and Associate Justices of the Co of Sessions and to repeal a like Act passed April 22 1860
196
To amend an Act entitled An Act declaring certain Rivers and Creeks
197
gable passed February 18 1851
205
To authorize certain Officers and other persons to administer Oaths
211
Explanatory of the Duties of Sheriffs and Rights of Redemptioners under the thirtyseventh Section of the Act to provide for the levying assessing and...
212
To attach Signor or Mare Island to Solano County 57 To prevent the Establishment of Pest Houses within the Limits of any Town or City in this State
213
Concerning Repealed Statutes 59 To prevent Extortion in Office and to enforce Official Duty 60 Relative to Port Wardens in San Francisco and Sacra...
214
To provide for the Protection of Foreigners and to define their Liabilities and Privileges
218
To provide for the Redemption of Comptrollers Warrants drawn payable out of the General Fund
222
To enforce the Payment of Licenses in this State 64 Concerning Passengers arriving in Ports of the State of California
224
Respecting Fugitives from Labor and Slaves brought to this State prior to her Admission into the Union
231
To prohibit Lotteries
234
To create a Board of Supervisors for the County of San Francisco and define their Duties
235
Concerning Roads and Highways
249
173
307
177
308
182
309
To authorize the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Sacramento to con
358
and other Officers charged with the Collection of State Revenue who have failed or refused to discharge their Duties
361
Regulating the Duties of Harbor Master of the Port of San Francisco
362
To Fund the Floating Debt of the County of San Francisco
365
Defining the Duties of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the City of San Francisco
367
Concerning Toll Bridges
368
Concerning the Costs of Criminal Actions removed before Trial 116 Concerning Divorces
371
Concerning District Attorneys
373
Providing for the Disposition of certain Property
375
Prescribing Duties to the Secretary of State
376
To regulate the Settlement of the Estates of Deceased Persons
377
199
405
205
406
213
407
214
408
224
409
231
410
239
411
247
413
To regulate Proceedings in Criminal Cases
423
States
465
Concerning Conveyances
513
To regulate Proceedings in Civil Cases in the Courts of Justice of this State
519
To grant the Right of Way to the United States for Railroad purposes
580
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Concerning the Office of County Assessor
636
Concerning Crimes and Punishments
638
Supplementary to an Act concerning Crimes and Punishments passed April sixteenth one thousand eight hundred and fifty 127 To provide Revenue ...
669
Prescribing the Mode of appointing Auctioneers and defining their Duties 129 Concerning Sheriffs
698
To regulate Fees in Office
721
Explanatory of the thirtyninth Section of an Act entitled An Act concerning Sheriffs passed April 29th 1851
737
Concerning the Courts of Justice of this State and Judicial Officers
738
Creating and regulating Public Ferries 135 Supplementary to an Act creating and regulating Public Ferries passed March 18 1850
763
To provide for the Disposition of certain Property of the State of California
764
To provide for the Sale of the Interest of the State of California in the Property within the Water Line front of the City of San Francisco as defined in ...
767
perty of the State of California passed March twentysixth one thousand eight hundred and fiftyone
768
Concerning Sureties on Official Bonds
772
To provide for Security to be given by County Officers acting under Appoint ments and to amend the 55th Section of the Act concerning Sheriffs pa...
773
To regulate Elections
774
Supplemental to An Act to regulate Elections passed March twentythird one thousand eight hundred and fifty
792
Concerning Lawful Fences and Animals trespassing on Premises lawfully enclosed
793
Concerning the Organization of the Militia
804
To provide for the Lien of Mechanics and others
808
Supplementary to An Act to provide for the Lien of Mechanics and others passed April 12 1850
811
Defining the Rights of Husband and Wife
812
Defining the Time for commencing Civil Actions
815
Defining the Time of commencing Civil Actions in certain cases
821
For the Government and Protection of Indians
822
To license Gaming
826
Dividing the State into Counties and establishing the Seats of Justice therein
827
Concerning County Recorders
838
Supplementary to An Act entitled An Act concerning County Recorders passed March 1851
846
Concerning the office of Public Administrator for the County of San Francisco and making it elective
848
Requiring County Treasurers and Public Administrators to settle their Accounts
849
To exempt the Homestead and other Property from Forced Sale in certain cases
850
To license Hawkers and Peddlers in this State
852
Concerning Estray Animals
854
To fund the Debt of the State
856
Supplementary to An Act to fund the Debt of the State passed April 29 1851
859
To fund the Indebtedness of the State which has accrued or may accrue from April 29 1851 to Dec 31 1852 inclusive and ſto provide for the Payme...
860
Supplementary to An Act to fund the Indebtedness of the State which has accrued or may accrue from April 29 1851 to Dec 31 1862 inclusive and t...
865
To prevent the City of San Francico from selling or in any other wise disposing of Lots within its Corporate Limits
866
To provide for the Disposal of the Five Hundred Thousand acres of Land granted to this State by Act of Congress
868
Providing a Fund for the Use of a State Library
871
Supplemental to an Act entitled An Act providing a Fund for the Use of a State Library passed May 1 1852
873
Prescribing the Time of Payment of the Salaries of the Officers of State
875
To create a Board of Supervisors for the Counties of this state and to define their Duties and Powers
876
To abolish the Board of Supervisors in the Counties of Calaveras Sacramento and Colusi
879
To abolish the Board of Supervisors in the County of El Dorado
880
To limit the Compensation of the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Francisco
881
An Act entitled An Act to prevent Persons from enticing Seamen to desert
917
To limit the Hours of Labor 200 For the more effectual Distribution of the Laws Journals and Public
918
ments of the State of California 201 Declaratory of the Effect of the Repeal of Criminal Laws 202 To amend the Fourteenth Section of An Act entitle...
920
To ostablish an Asylum for the Insane of the State of California 204 To abolish the present State Hospitals and to provide for liquidating the I
922
To apportion the Senatorial and Assembly Districts of this State
927
In relation to resistance of Payment of Revenues due the State 207 For the permanent Location of the Seat of Government of the State of Ca fornia
930
To amend an Act to provide for the Redemption of Comptrollers Warran drawn on the General Fund passed April 1 1853
931
To fix the Times for holding the Terms of the District Court throughout th State
932
To protect the Archives of State and prevent their Removal from Benicia 212 Prescribing the Manner of applying for Pardons
934
Amendatory of an Act entitled An Act to provide for the Inspection of Flour
936

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