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Misdemeanor to engage in work without permit.
§ 4. It is hereby made a misdemeanor for any person or persons, either as individuals or officers of any association or society, to engage in the work of placing children into homes, or the soliciting of funds therefor, in tbis state without a permit duly executed in writing by the state board of charities and corrections, authorizing said persons or such association or society to engage therein, or to engage in such work after any permit has been canceled. Not applicable to orphan home.
§ 5. This act shall not be construed as applying to any regularly established orphan home or any officer or official thereof acting for or on behalf of such home receiving aid from the state for the care of orphans, half-orphans or abandoned children in any effort such institution or its officers may make to procure the adoption into homes or any officer or oficial thereof acting for or on behalf of such home of any such children,
§ 6. This act shall take effect immediately.
COLD STORAGE. ACT 625. An act to regulate the sale of eggs and butter that have been in cold
storage for a longer period than three months, requiring the labeling thereof by all persons selling or offering the same for sale, empowering and directing the state board of health to make rules and regulations to carry this act into effect and fixing penalties for the violation of the same, or any of the provisions.
[Approved March 14, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 356.] Definitions.
§ 1. For the purpose of this act the words “person, firm, company or corporation" shall include wholesalers, retailers, jobbers, and every place where eggs or butter that have been in cold storage for a longer period than three months are sold or offered for sale. Marking cold storage packages.
§ 2. Every person, firm, company or corporation, who sells or offers for sale any eggs or butter that have been in cold storage for a longer period than three months shall, before so doing, cause to be stamped, marked or branded upon all sides of each receptacle holding and contairing the same in black-faced letters two inches in length the period of time during which the same have been in cold storage. Sign.
§ 3. That every person, firm, company or corporation selling or offer. ing for sale any cold storage eggs or butter, shall display in a conspicuous place in his or their salesroom, a sign bearing the words “Cold storage eggs or butter sold here" in black-faced letters not less than six inches in length upon a white ground. Ponalty.
§ 4. Every person, firm, company or corporation, who shall fail to comply with any of the provisions of this act is guilty of a misdemeanor and punishable by imprisonment in the county jail for a term not exceeding six months, or a fine of two hundred and fifty dollars, or both fine and imprisonment. Rules.
§ 5. The state board of health is hereby authorized and directed to make rules and regulations necessary to carry this act into effect.
§ 6. This act shall take effect immediately. ACT 626. An act regulating the sale of cold storage eggs and butter, represented
to be fresh eggs and butter, and fixing penalty for the violation thereof.
[Approved March 6, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 285.] Selling storage eggs and butter as fresh.
§ 1. Every person, firm, company or corporation, who sells or offers for sale any cold storage eggs or butter, as and for fresh eggs or butter, or who by any means whatever represents the same to be fresh eggs or butter is guilty of a misdemeanor.
CONSERVATION COMMISSION. ACT 689. An act creating and establishing a commission for investigating and
gathering data and information concerning the subjects of forestry, water, the use of water, water power, electricity, electrical and other power, mines and mining, mineral and other lands, dredging, reclamation and irrigation, and for revising, systematizing and reforming the laws of this state upon, concerning, regarding, or appertaining to these said subjects; providing for the appointment of said commission to be known as the “Conservation Commission of the State of California”; prescribing the powers and duties of said cominission and its members and providing for the expenses of said commission and appropriating money therefor.
[Approved April 8, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 822.]
§ 1. A commission consisting of three persons which shall be known and designated as the "Conservation Commission of the State of California," is hereby created and established for the purpose of investigating and gathering data and information concerning the subjects of forestry, water, the use of water, water power, electricity, electrical or other power, mines and mining, mineral and other lands, dredging, reclamation and irrigation, and for the purpose of revising, systematizing and reforming the laws of this state, upon, concerning, regarding or appertaining to these said subjects. Appointment by governor.
§ 2. Said commission shall be appointed by the governor, and shall enter upon the performance of its duties immediately. The members of said commission shall hold office at the pleasure of the governor. In case of a vacancy in said commission, such vacancy shall be filled by appointment by the governor. Duties.
§ 3. It shall be the duty of said commission to investigate and examine the laws of the United States, of foreign nations, of the states of the Union and of this state, and the reports and recommendations of persons, officials, commissions, societies and associations upon the subjeets of forestry, water, the use of water, water power, electricity, electrical and other power, mines and mining, mineral and other lands, dredging, reclamation and irrigation and to prepare and recommend to the legislature laws, statutes and constitutional amendments revising, systematizing and reforming the laws of this state upon forestry, water, the use of water, water power, electricity, electrical and other power, mines and mining, mineral and other lands, dredging, reclamation and irrigation. The said commission is hereby authorized and empowered to do and perform the acts and things required of it by this act, and to adopt all rules and regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this act. Reports.
§ 4. The said commission is hereby empowered and authorized to have printed by the state printer its reports, records and proceedings in the manner provided by law. State officers to assist.
§ 5. It is hereby made the duty of the attorney general, surveyor general, the state engineer and all other state officers to render such aid and assistance to said board as said board may require. Expert, etc., assistance.
§ 6. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act the said commission is authorized to employ such expert, technical, pro
fessional and clerical assistance and upon such terms as it may deem proper. Commission given authority to enter all lands.
§ 7. In order to carry out the provisions of this act the members of said commission or any person authorized by it are authorized to enter and cross all lands within this state, and to make all proper and necessary surveys and measurements of land and water; provided, that in doing so no damage is done to private property; and it shall be a misdemeanor, for any person or persons to willfully and maliciously remove or destroy any permanent marks or monuments made or erected by said commission or any person or persons under its direction or authorization, or to prevent the members of the said commission or any person authorized by said commission to enter and cross any land within this state or to make surveys and measurements of land and water. No salary.
§ 8. Said commissioners shall receive no salary for their services but shall be allowed their actual expenses while in the performance of their duties as in this act provided. Appropriation.
§ 9. The sum of $100,000 is hereby appropriated out of the funds of the state not otherwise appropriated for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this act, and the state controller is hereby authorized and directed to draw warrants upon such sum from time to time upon the requisition of said conservation commission approved by the board of examiners, and the state treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to pay such warrants.
§ 10. All acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
§ 11. This act shall take effect immediately.
CONSTITUTION. ACT 706. An act to provide for the dissemination of knowledge regarding the
various propositions and constitutional amendments which are to be submitted to the people of the state of California and for the distribution of copies of said propositions and amendments to various institutions of learning throughout the state.
[Approved April 27, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 1162.]
Copies of constitutional amendments to be furnished schools.
s 1. For the purpose of encouraging the study and investigation of the various propositions and constitutional amendments which are hereafter submitted to the people and to stimulate interest therein, and study thereof by addresses, debates and general discussions throughout the various institutions of learning of the state of California, the sec. retary of state shall, within six months after the adjournment of each session of the legislature, have printed in the manner prescribed by section 1195 of the Political Code a sufficient number of all propositions and constitutional amendments which are to be submitted to a vote of the people at any election thereafter, to supply each institution of higher learning with twenty-five copies, and each high school and grammar school with ten copies thereof and deliver the same to the superintendent of public instruction. Superintendent of public instruction to make statement to heads of
schools. § 2. The superintendent of public instruction shall immediately prepare such instructions to the heads of said institutions and schools, as he may deem sufficient to properly accomplish the object expressed in section 1 of this act, and shall forward said propositions and constitutional amendments to the heads of said institutions and schools together with such instructions. ACT 707. An act providing for the calling of a special election to be held on
Tuesday, October 10, 1911, and for the submission thereat to the qualified electors of the state all amendments to the constitution of the state of California proposed by the legislature at its thirtyninth session, commencing on the second day of January, 1911, prescribing and providing for the publication of said proposed amendments, and providing for the manner of holding and conducting such election and for the canvassing and return of the votes cast thereat.
[Approved March 27, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 518.] Constitutional amendment election October 10, 1911.
§ 1. A special election is hereby called for, and shall be held throughout the state of California, on Tuesday, the tenth day of October, 1911, and at such special election there shall be submitted to the qualified electors of said state, for adoption or rejection, in accordance with the provisions of section 1 of article XVIII of the constitution of said state, all amendments to said constitution proposed by the legislature of said state at its thirty-ninth regular session commencing on the second day of January, 1911.