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service by each of said commissioners, shall upon a demand therefor being sworn to and presented to the legislative body of the city and county of San Francisco be a proper and legal charge against the treasury of said city and county. The final annexation and incorporation of said additional territory as a part of said consolidated city and county shall be deemed completed upon following of the procedure hereinabove in this act set forth, and it shall not be deemed necessary to await the said action of the legislature with reference to the adjustment of debts and liabilities and property and assets in this section provided for prior to said consolidation being final and complete.

§ 22. County, cities, and governmental agencies dissolved. Charters annulled. Offices surrendered. Superior court. Property, debt and liability. Upon the completion of the annexation of any such territory to the city and county of San Francisco as provided for under the provisions of this act, the county of San Mateo, if the whole of said county be annexed, and each and every incorporated city or town, or governmental agency of any character, so annexed, shall ipso facto be deemed to be and shall be dissolved and disincorporated, and any freeholders' charter thereof shall be deemed to be and shall be surrendered and annulled and such county of San Mateo and any such incorporated cities or towns or governmental agencies, shall be deemed to be and shall be merged in said city and county of San Francisco and shall be thereafter governed in the name of and under the freeholders' charter of and as a part of such city and county of San Francisco or under any amendment or amendments to such charter. Upon the final completion of any annexation as provided for in this act all persons then occupying or possessing the several offices of or under the government of such county of San Mateo or of such incorporated cities or towns, or such governmental agencies, or unincorporated territory so annexed, shall immediately quit and surrender the occupancy or possession of said offices, which shall thereupon cease and terminate and they shall severally forth. with deliver all moneys, funds, books, papers, archives and records in their custody and all other property of such county, incorporated city or town, governmental agency, or unincorporated territory in their hands or under their control, to the proper officers of the city and county of San Francisco; provided, however, that if any portion of said county of San Mateo shall be left unannexed to said city and county of San Francisco that the disposition of such moneys, funds, books, papers, archives and records so in the custody of such officers of said county of San Mateo, or of unincorporated territory so annexed, shall be deter. mined by the legislature in its final action on the government of such unannexed territory as in this act provided for. Any regularly consti: tuted superior court of this state existing at the time of such annexa. tion, within such county of San Mateo or within such incorporated city or town, or unincorporated territory, so annexed, shall upon the consoli. dation of said territory as a part of said city and county of San Frarcisco under the terms of this act, become a regularly constituted superior court of the state in and for said city and county of San Francisco, and any person or persons so occupying the position of superior judge in

any such annexed territory shall continue to occupy said position, as judge or judges of the superior court of the state in and for said city and county of San Francisco to the end of the term of office for which he or they may have been elected or appointed, with the same salary as theretofore attached to said position, and thereafter such position shall continue to be filled as provided by law, and at the same salary as fixed by law for the judges of the superior court in and for said city and county of San Francisco.

Upon completion of any annexation, as provided for in this act, of the county of San Mateo or of any incorporated city or town, or of any unincorporated territory, or governmental agency, the property, debts and liabilities of every description of said county, or incorporated city or town, or of any unincorporated territory, or governmental agency, shall be and become the property, debts and liabilities of such newly consolidated city and county of San Francisco.

§ 23. Debts, etc., in San Mateo county, cities, etc., not affected. Ordinances repealed. Pending cases transferred. Street proceedings continued. Any annexation provided for under the provisions of this act shall not affect any debts, demands, liabilities or obligations of any kind existing in favor of or against such county of San Mateo or such incorporated cities or towns, or such governmental agencies, so annexed, at the time of such annexation, or any action or proceeding then pending in any court in which any such debt, demand, liability or obligation of any kind may be involved, or any action or proceeding brought by or against such county, incorporated cities or towns or such governmental agencies, prior to such annexation, but all of such actions and proceedings shall be continued and concluded to final judgment or otherwise in all respects the same as if such annexation had not been effected; provided, however, that any such debt, demand, liability or obligation, in favor of or against such county, incorporated cities or towns, or such governmental agencies, so annexed shall, upon such annexation, be and become such a debt, demand, liability or obligation in favor of or against such newly consolidated city and county of San Francisco. All ordinances or resolutions of such county of San Mateo or of any such incorporated cities or towns, or such governmental agencies, so annexed under the provisions of this act, shall immediately upon such annexation becoming effective, be deemed to be repealed and of no further force and effect; provided, however, that such repeal shall not operate to discharge any person from any liability, civil or criminal, then existing, nor affect any prosecution then pendling for any violation of any such ordinances, or resolutions, and all cases then pending in any justice's court, police court or court of any recorder or other judicial municipal magistrate or officer of such county, incorporated cities or towns, or such governmental agencies, so annexed shall, upon such annexation becoming effective, ipso facto, be deemed to be and be transferred to the justices' court, police court or other judicial municipal magistrate or officer of such city and county of San Francisco which has jurisdiction of proceedings or misde. meanors or of other actions civil or criminal of the character so transferred; provided, further, that such repeal shall not apply or resolutions, under which vested rights have accrued or to ordinances

or resolutions relating to proceedings for street or other publie improvements, or to proceedings for improving, opening, extending, widening or straightening of streets or other public places, or to proceedings for changing the grade thereof, all of which proceedings shall be continued and conducted by and under the authority of the newly consolidated city and county of San Francisco with the same force and effect as if continued and conducted by and under the authority of the county of San Mateo or of any incorporated city or town by which they were commenced, and all ordinances and resolutions of said city and county of San Francisco shall, upon the completion of such annexation, ipso faeto, have full force and effect in and throughout the said annexed territory.

§ 24. Taxes levied but not collected property of San Francisco. Condition. In the event that a tax for county purposes has been levied by the board of supervisors of the county of San Mateo or has been so levied for the purposes of any political subdivision, either by such board of supervisors or by any legislative body of any incorporated city or town, or other governmental agency, against property situated in territory which, subsequent to such levy, is annexed to said city and county of San Francisco under the provisions of this act, but which at the time of such annexation has not been collected, then all such taxes so uncollected shall be and become the property of the city and county of San Francisco; provided, however, that any such taxes which have been levied against the property of any district, for the purposes of sueh district, must be expended for the benefit of any territory so annesed and included in such a district, in accordance with the purposes of the levy of said tax. This section shall also apply to all such taxes not paid into the county treasury or any treasury of any incorporated city or town, or other political subdivision or governmental agency, prior to the taking effect of this act.

§ 25. Districts unchanged. Nothing in this act shall alter or affeet the boundaries of any senatorial or assembly district, or of any congressional district.

§ 26. Expenses paid by city and county of San Francisco. All proper expenses of proceedings for annexation of territory to the city and county of San Francisco under this act shall, in the first instance, be paid by such city and county; provided, that if such annexation be not finally completed, then the expenses for such election incurred in any eity or town or district which shall have voted in favor of said annexation. or in the county of San Mateo if said county shall have so voted, shall be returned to the said city and county of San Francisco by such city, town, or county holding such election.

§ 27. Duties performed by other than prescribed officials. With ref. erence to any duties prescribed in this act to be performed by the legis. lative body or any other board, officer or department of the county of San Mateo or any incorporated city or town so proposed to be annexed under the terms of this act, or of said city and county of San Francisco, if the charter of any such incorporated city or town or of said city and county of San Francisco, or any law, imposes such duties upon any

other board, officer or department of said county of San Mateo or of said incorporated city or town or of said city and county of San Francisco, as, upon a board of election commissioners or registrar of voters of said county of San Mateo, or of such 'incorporated city or town, or of said city and county of San Francisco, then such duties shall be so performed by such other board, officer or department upon which such duties are so imposed.

§ 28. Time for election. Any election provided for in this act may be held at a special election or at any general election.

§ 29. “Governmental agency" defined. The term "governmental agency" as used in this act shall be construed to include school districts, lighting districts, sanitary districts, or any other districts organized or authorized by law, of a special or quasi-municipal character.

§ 30. Constitutionality. If any section of this act other than section thirty-one thereof, or if any subsection, sentence, clause or phrase other than in said section thirty-one contained, is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this act. If, however, said section thirty-one, or any subsection, sentence, clause or phrase in said section thirty-one contained, is for any reason held to be unconstitutional or inoperative, then in that event the validity of all of the remaining portions of this act shall be deemed affected and invalidated thereby. The legislature hereby declares that it would have passed this act, and each section, subsection, sentence, clause and phrase thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections other than said section thirty-one or any one or more subsections, sentences, clauses, or phrases other than in said sec. tion thirty-one contained, are declared unconstitutional. Furthermore, this legislature declares that it would not have passed this act, either in whole or in part, unless said section thirty-one was included and incorporated therein and made a part thereof, and it hereby further declares said section thirty-one, and every subsection, sentence, clause and phrase in said section thirty-one contained, to be a substantial and integral part of said act.

§ 31. Approval of constitutional amendment necessary. This act shall take effect upon, and only in event of, the ratification and approval by the people of the state of assembly constitutional amendment number two, being a resolution to propose to the people of the state of California to amend section eight and one-half of article eleven of the constitution of the state, relating to city charters and to provisions therein for municipal courts, submitted by the forty-second session of the legislature; and not otherwise.

$32. Title. This act may lie designated and referred to as the “San Francisco-San Mateo Consolidation Act."

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1 Eszter cocamissioners may maintain passenger service on state risi Tbird of state harbor commissioners may when in its

in * Tits of commerce of the port of San Francisco requires, LLU & service upon the state railroad located upon The ar the city and county of San Francisco; provided, that

es szake such further extensions of said service through, r. 11 :1 above lands within its jurisdiction, and through, orer,

einsbeve the waterfront as defined by section two thousand five 11 *-viour of the Political Code, as said board may determine

riisi or public convenience and necessity; and provided, fur es - si e establishment and maintenance of said passenger ser rrailroad shall, after careful investigation, be found by sind state harbor commissioners to be impracticable, or not dessa. Se board may establish or maintain such other passenger

de means, facilities, or modern street improvement hy whjeh Pave such other passenger service can be operated and main*** er said board, or by other persons, firms, associations, or

**thereunto authorized by said board. si acquiring facilities for passenger traffic. Said board of state do os ca au issioners shall have power to acquire and furnish such faeil. sights are reasonable and necessary for the accommodation of pashar rsttie upon said Embarcadero. $$ Charges. Charges for carriage by said passenger service shall

e fixed or determined by the state board of harbor commissioners; ravieni, however, that such charges shall not be greater than shall e me***ssary for the obtaining of sufficient revenue which, in connection wild the other revenues of the port of San Francisco, shall be necessary big the maintenance of the commerce of the port including the inain. pop of said passenger service. $4 Added powers. The state board of harbor commissioners may

Hillsuh added powers under existing licenses, grounds, permits or Woments, or such future licenses, grounds, permits or easements, as **** be necessary to secure the fulfillment of the object of this act.

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t'ntending the jurisdiction of said board over the same, and prning for the payment for the same. I removed Var 17, 1917. Stats. 1917, p. 625. In effect July 27. 1917.1

$1 Board of state harbor commissioners authorized to acquire certain puwperty for the purpose of acquiring additional area for the construe

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