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PAGE Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1330 B. S. 1917....

4148 Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1331 Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1331 Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1331 New, B. S. 1906-9......... 1332 Amended, B. S. 1911....... 935 New, B. S. 1906-9.

1332 New, B. S. 1906-9..... 1333 New, B. S. 1906-9... 1333 New, B. S. 1906-9.

1334 New, B. S. 1906-9......... 1334 Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1334 Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1335 Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1337 B. S. 1911.

938 New, B. S. 1911.....

939 Repealed, B. S. 1917.. 151 Amended, c. S. 1913....... 2239 B. S. 1915................ 3312 Repealed, B. S. 1917....... 4151 Amendment of March 21,

1905, B. S. 1906-9....... 1339 New, B. S. 1906-9.... Amended, B. S. 1906-9..... 1341 Amended, B, S. 1906-9..... . 1343 New, B. S. 1906-9......... 1344 Amendment of March 18,

1905, B. S. 1906-9....... 1346 |

PAGE Amended, C. S. 1913....... 255 Amended, B. S. 1906-9.... 1347 New, B. S. 1906-9....... 1348 New, B. S. 1906-9... New, B. S. 1906-9.. 1348 New, B. S. 1906-9..

1349 New, B. S. 1906-9....... 1349 Amended, C. S. 1913.. 2258 New, B. S. 1906-9.... 1350 New, B. S. 1906-9.

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1351 New, B. S. 1906-9.... New, B. S. 1906-9.

1351 New, B. S. 1906-9.

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1355 New, B. S. 1906-9. New, B. S. 1906-9....... 1356 New, B. S. 1906-9.

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8 10. HOLIDAYS. Holidays, within the meaning of this code, are every Sunday, the first day of January, twelfth day of February, to be known as Lincoln day, twenty-second day of February, thirtieth day of May, fourth day of July, ninth day of September, first Monday in September, twelfth day of October, to be known as “Columbus day," twenty-fifth day of December, every day on which an election is held throughout the state, and every day appointed by the President of the United States or by the governor of this state for a public fast, thanksgiving or holiday.

If the first day of January, twelfth day of February, twenty-second day of February, the thirtieth day of May, the fourth day of July, the ninth day of September, the twelfth day of October or the twenty-fifth day of December falls upon a Sunday, the Monday following is a holiday.

[Saturday holiday.] Every Saturday from twelve o'clock noon until twelve o'clock midnight is a holiday as regards the transaction of business in the public offices of this state, and also in political divisions thereof where laws, ordinances or charters provide that public offices shall be closed on holidays; this shall not be construed to prevent or invalidate the issuance, filing, service, execution or recording of any legal process or written instrument whatever on such Saturday afternoon;

[Public school holidays.] and provided, further, that the public schools of this state shall close on Saturday, Sunday, the first day of January, the thirtieth day of May, the fourth day of July, the ninth day of September, the twenty-fifth day of December and on every day appointed by the President of the United States or the governor of this state for a public fast, thanksgiving or holiday. Said public schools shall continue in session on all other legal holidays and shall hold proper exercises commemorating the day. Boards of school trustees and city boards of education shall have power to declare a holiday in the public schools under their jurisdiction when good reason exists therefor.

(“Admission day,"] All public offices of the state and all state institutions, including the state university and all public schools in the state shall be closed on the ninth day of September of each year, known as “Admission day."

History: Enacted March 12, 1872; amended April 9, 1880, Code Amdts. 1880 (Pol. C. pt.), p. 49; March 1, 1889, Stats, and Amdts. 1889, p. 47; March 23, 1893, Stats. and Amdts, 1893, p. 187; February 27, 1897, Stats, and Amdts. 1897, p. 13; March 10, 1905, Stats, and Amdts. 1905, p. 92; November 23, 1909, Stats. and Amdts. 1909, p. 23; March 27, 1911, Stats, and Amdts, 1911, p. 521; March 20, 1917, Stats, and Amdts.

1917, p. 12. In effect July 27, 1917. 8 57.

diction of the United States.—Mackenzie v.

Hare, 239 U. S. 299, 60 L. Ed. 297, 36 Sup. Ct. 1. Expatriation of woman by marriage

Rep. 106, affirming 165 Cal. 776, Ann. Cas. with resident foreigner/Under $ 3 of act of Congress of March 2, 1907 (34 Stats. at

1915B 261, L. R. A. 1916D 127, 134 Pac. 713. L., ch. 2534, p. 1228; 2 Fed. Stats. Ann., 2d ed., 2. —Constitutionality.-Section 3 of the p. 123; Comp. Stats. 1913, $ 3960), an Ameri- act of Congress of March 2, 1907, providing can woman who marries a foreigner thereby that "any American woman who marries a loses her citizenship, although she and her foreigner shall take the nationality of her husband continue to reside within the juris- husband," is constitutional.-Ibid.

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8 410. Distribution of the laws, resolutions and journals of the legislature: Reports of court

decisions. 8 410. DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS, RESOLUTIONS AND JOURNALS OF LEGISLATURE: REPORTS OF COURT DECISIONS. The laws, resolutions and journals of the legislature shall be delivered by the state printer to the secretary of state, who shall immediately distribute them as follows:

1. To the library of congress, three copies.

2. To the state library or other library or department in each state, authorized to receive them, two copies.

3. To the librarians of the University of California and the Leland Stanford Junior University, two copies each.

4. To each United States senator and each member of congress from California, to each of the United States district judges in this state, to each of the judges of the supreme court, the district courts of appeal, and the superior courts of this state, one copy.

5. To the chief of each administrative department of the state government, and to each of his deputies, one copy.

6. To the lieutenant governor, each member of the legislature, the secretary of the senate and the clerk of the assembly, one copy each.

7. To each public library, and each library connected with an incorporated college or other educational, scientific, literary or art institution in this state, which may apply to be put on the mailing list for all or a portion of the state publications, one copy.

8. To the state library, fifty copies, or so many more as the state librarian may require for exchange purposes.

9. Of the laws alone, to the county clerk of each county, in the cheapest and most expeditious manner, to be by the sheriff distributed under the direction of the clerks, one copy for the board of supervisors, one copy for the registrar of voters, one copy to each county officer and each justice of the peace and police judge; and of the journals, three copies of each house, to each county clerk, for the use of the county.

[Decisions of courts.] The secretary of state must also distribute of the bound volumes of the decisions of the supreme court, and of the district courts of appeal, as soon as he receives them:

1. To each state, two copies.

2. To the library of congress, the supreme court library and the district courts of appeal libraries, two copies each.

3. To each department of this state, and to each of the United States district judges of this state, supreme, district courts of appeal and superior judges of this state, one copy. 4. To each district attorney and county clerk, one copy. 5. To the reporter of the decisions, ten copies. 6. To the state library, ten copies.

History: Enacted March 12, 1872; amended February 28, 1903, Stats. and Amdts. 1903, p. 60; March 20, 1909, Stats, and Amdts. 1909, p. 539; May 5, 1917, Stats. and Amdts. 1917, p. 278. In effect July 27, 1917.

§ 412.

1. Partial repeal. This section is not expressly repealed by Stats. 1913, p. 639 et seq. so far as it purports to create the office of superintendent and cashier of the motor vehicle department, but it is repealed by implication because of an irreconcilable conflict in provisions. — Mansfield v. Chambers, 26 Cal. App. 499, 147 Pac. 595.

8 413.

1. Practically substituted for $ 420, repealed in 1911.-Mansfield v. Chambers, 26 Cal. App. 499, 147 Pac. 597.

vehicle department from the office of Secretary of State to that of the state department of engineering, notwithstanding the latter act does not by express language repeal the part of such code section creating such office.--Mansfield v. Chambers, 26 Cal. App. 499, 147 Pac. 595.

2. A public officer, at least one whose term and compensation are not prescribed by the constitution, has no contract by which he can have or hold either his office or his salary against the legislative will, and it is therefore within the legitimate power of the legislature to abolish at any time any public office created by it.—Mansfield v. Chambers, 26 Cal. App. 499, 147 Pac. 595.

3. The office of superintendent and cashier of the motor vehicle department, as a branch of the office of Secretary of State, being wholly of legislative creation, is subject to the control of the legislature and therefore to any regulation or disposition which that department may elect to make concerning it.—Mansfield v. Chambers, 26 Cal. App. 499, 147 Pac. 595.

$ 415.

1. Abolltion of office - Motor vehicle officer. --The office of superintendent and cashier of the motor vehicle department of the office of Secretary of State created by the amendment of 1909 to section 415 of the Political Code, for the purpose of facilitating the execution of the provisions of the motor vehicle act of 1905 by the Secretary of State, was abolished by the act of the legislature of 1913, transferring the control of the motor

ARTICLE VI.

CONTROLLER.

8 439. Employees of controller.
$ 440. Salaries.
8 445. Inheritance-tax department..

8 439. EMPLOYEES OF CONTROLLER. The controller may appoint one deputy controller, one bookkeeper, one expert, one statistician, one warrant registrar, two franchise clerks, and seven clerks, who shall be civil executive officers; and one stenographer-clerk, and one stenographer.

History: Enacted March 12, 1872; amended April 1, 1878, Code Amdts. 1877-8, p. 4; March 22, 1905, Stats, and Amdts. 1905, p. 785; amendment became a law, under constitutional provision, without the governor's approval, March 10, 1907, Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 190, Kerr's Stats. and Amdts. 1906-7, p. 24; March 19, 1909, Stats, and Amdts. 1909, p. 515; April 17, 1911, Stats. and Amdts. 1911, p. 933; May 31, 1917, Stats, and Amdts. 1917, p. 1390. In effect July 30, 1917.

8 440. SALARIES. The annual salary of the deputy controller is three thousand dollars; of the bookkeeper, two thousand four hundred dollars; of the expert,

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