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tion of any new township or townships. The board may determine such population by multiplying by three the number of registered voters at the last general election next preceding the date of such determination.

Townships having a population of one thousand two hundred or more shall belong to and be known as townships of the first class; townships having a population of six hundred and less than one thousand two hundred shall belong to and be known as townships of the second class; townships having a population of three hundred and less than six hundred shall belong to and be known as townships of the third class; townships having a population of less than three hundred shall belong to and be known as townships of the fourth class.

Justices of the peace shall receive the following salaries: In townships of the first class the sum of two hundred forty dollars for the period beginning with the date upon which this act takes effect and ending December 31, 1915, and thereafter a salary of two hundred forty dollars per annum; in townships of the second class the sum of one hundred eighty dollars for the period beginning with the date upon which this act takes effect and ending December 31, 1915, and thereafter a salary of one hundred eighty dollars per annum; in townships of the third class the sum of one hundred twenty dollars for the period beginning with the date upon which this act takes effect and ending December 31, 1915, and thereafter a salary of one hundred twenty dollars per annum; in townships of the fourth class the sum of sixty dollars for the period beginning with the date upon which this act takes effect and ending December 31, 1915, and thereafter a salary of sixty dollars per annum.

Such salaries shall be paid in the same manner and out of the same fund as the salaries of county officers are paid and shall be compensation in full for all services rendered.

All fees received by justices of the peace shall be paid into the county treasury every month.

14. Constables, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

15. (Supervisors.] Each supervisor, eight dollars per day while the board is in session, and mileage from residence to the county seat at each sitting of the board, of twenty cents per mile; also twenty cents per mile for each mile actually and necessarily traveled in discharging the duties of road commissioner, but he shall not in any one year receive more than three hundred dollars per diem as supervisor, and he shall not in any one year receive more than three hundred dollars as road commissioner.

15a. [County librarian.] There is created for counties of the fifty-first class the office of county librarian; the librarian shall be appointed by the board of supervisors for a term of four years and shall receive a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, to be paid in equal monthly installments at the same time and in the same manner as other county officers are paid.

16. The license-collector, ten per cent of all licenses collected by him.

17. [Jurors.] Grand and trial jurors, three dollars per day, and such mileage fees as may be allowed by law.

18. Witnesses in attendance upon either the superior or justices' courts, shall receive two dollars per day and such mileage fees as may be allowed by law.

History: Enacted March 18, 1907, Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 536, Kerr's Stats. and Amdts. 1906-7, p. 374; amended March 8, 1909, Stats. and Amdts. 1909, p. 230; February 28, 1911, Stats, and Amdts. 1911, p. 243; May 24, 1915, Stats. and Amdts. 1915, p. 788; May 28, 1917, Stats, and Amdts. 1917, p. 1255. In effect July 27, 1917.

ARTICLE LII.

COUNTIES OF THE FIFTY-SECOND CLASS.

8 4281. SALARIES AND FEES OF OFFICERS OF. In counties of the fifty-second class the county officers shall receive, as compensation for the services required of them by law or by virtue of their office, the following salaries, to wit:

1. The county clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars per annum.

2. The sheriff, to receive a flat salary of four thousand five hundred dollars per annum, said officer to pay all expenses in running said office and to receive no mileage or fees in criminal cases.

3. The recorder, one thousand nine hundred dollars per annum.
4. The auditor, eight hundred dollars per annum.
5. The treasurer, one thousand six hundred dollars per annum.

6. The tax-collector, eight hundred dollars per annum, and ten per cent of all licenses collected by him as license-collector.

7. The assessor, three thousand dollars per annum, in full compensation for all services, save and except that he be allowed a deputy for four months beginning with March first and ending June thirtieth, of each year, at a compensation of seventy-five dollars per month; the salary of said deputy to be paid by the county.

8. The district attorney, two thousand four hundred dollars per annum. 9. The coroner, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

10. The public administrator, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

11. The superintendent of schools, one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, and actual traveling expenses when visiting the schools of his county.

12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law.

13. Justices of the peace in counties of this class shall receive the following monthly salaries to be paid each month in the same manner, at the same time, and out of the same funds as the county officers are paid, which shall be in full for all services rendered by them: In townships having a population of more than two thousand, fifty dollars per month; in townships having a population of two thousand or less, twenty dollars per month; provided, however, that the justice of the peace of the township wherein the county seat is located shall be in attendance at his office not less than three hours of each and every day except Sundays and holidays, between the hours of nine a. m, and three p. m., said justice to receive a salary of seventy-five dollars per month. The board of supervisors of such county shall furnish and supply to the justices of the peace of the various townships the codes of the state and amendments thereto and all necessary stationery, legal blanks and forms for the proper conduct of business. For the purpose of this subdivision, the population of the several townships shall be ascertained by multiplying the number of registered voters at the last general election by three.

14. Constables, twenty-five dollars per month, and in addition thereto, each constable shall be paid out of the treasury of the county, for traveling expenses, outside of his own township for service of a warrant of arrest or any other paper, in a criminal case, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law. For serving a coroner's subpæna, the same fees and mileage as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law for the service of a subpæna issued out of a justice's court. For summoning a coroner's jury the same fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed for summoning a jury in a civil action in the justice's court. For transporting prisoners to the county jail, the actual expenses of such transportation. In addition to the onthly salaries allowed him herein, each constable may receive for his own use in civil cases the fees allowed by law.

15. [Supervisors.] Each member of the board of supervisors, one thousand dollars per annum, and mileage from residence to the county seat, at each sitting of the board, at twenty-five cents per mile; which said salary and mileage shall be in full for all services.

16. (Reporter.) In counties of this class, the official reporter of the superior court shall receive a salary of seventy-five dollars per month, to cover all work done in criminal cases, both in the superior and justice's courts of the county; and shall receive as compensation for taking notes in civil cases tried in the superior court a per diem of ten dollars, and for transcription of said notes, when required during the progress of the trial, he shall receive the sum of twenty-five cents per folio for the original, and five cents per folio for one copy, in both criminal and civil cases; but if such transcription is not required until after the conclusion of the trial, then he shall receive the sum of ten cents per folio for the original, and five cents per folio for copies required; said compensation for transcription in criminal cases to be audited and allowed by the board of supervisors as other claims against the county, and paid out of the county treasury; and in civil cases to paid by the party ordering the same, or when ordered by the judge, by either party, or jointly by both parties, as the court may direct. He shall also be allowed his actual traveling expenses when reporting outside of the county seat.

History: Enacted March 18, 1907, Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 538, Kerr's Stats, and Amdts. 1906-7, p. 375; amended March 22, 1909, Stats. and Amdts. 1909, p. 643; February 28, 1911, Stats. and Amdts. 1911, p. 243, again amended April 29, 1911, Stats, and Amdts. 1911, p. 1243 (which amendment is given in Biennial Supplement 1911 as $ 4281[a]); amendment approved June 16, 1913, fails to indicate whether it was the Act of February 28, or April 29, 1911, which was intended to be amended, Stats. and Amdts. 1913, p. 1226; amended June 9, 1915, Stats. and Amdts. 1915, p. 1379; May 28, 1917, Stats, and Amdts. 1917, p. 1000. In effect July 27, 1917.

$ 4281a. FEES OF JURORS. In counties of the fifty-second class, grand jurors, and trial jurors, in criminal cases, shall receive the following fees and mileage: (1) Grand jurors, and jurors in the superior court in criminal cases, shall be paid three dollars per day for each day's attendance, and for each mile actually traveled in going only, while acting as jurors, fifteen cents; and the judge of said court shall make an order directing the auditor to draw his warrant on the treasurer in favor of each such juror for said per diem and mileage, and the treasurer shall pay the same.

(2) [In criminal cases.] For attending as a trial juror in criminal cases only, in any justice's court of the county, for each day's attendance, two dollars. The justice of the peace shall certify to the auditor the number of days' attendance of each juror, and the auditor shall then draw his warrant therefor, and the treasurer shall pay the same.

History: Enactment approved May 28, 1917, Stats. and Amdts. 1917, p. 988. In effect July 27, 1917.

ARTICLE LIV.

COUNTIES OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH CLASS.

8 4283. SALARIES AND FEES OF OFFICERS OF. In counties of the fifty-fourth class the county officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their offices, the following salaries, to wit:

1. The county clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum. 2. The sheriff, three thousand eight hundred dollars per annum.

3. The recorder, one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; provided, that such recorder shall collect and pay into the county treasury for the use and benefit of the county, the fees required by law to be so collected; and provided, that when the amount of said fees so collected shall exceed one hundred dollars in any one month, the recorder may receive and retain for his own use, in addition to his salary, onehalf of all fees in excess of one hundred dollars in any one month, so collected; and provided, that the recorder may retain for his own use all fees collected for filing and recording proofs of labor and notices of location of mining claims.

4. The auditor, six hundred dollars per annum.
5. The treasurer, one thousand four hundred dollars per annum.

6. The tax-collector, one thousand dollars per annum, and ten per cent of all licenses collected by him.

7. The assessor, one thousand nine hundred dollars per annum. 8. The district attorney, one thousand six hundred dollars per annum. 9. The coroner, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law. 10. Public administrator, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

11. Superintendent of schools, one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, and actual traveling expenses of visiting schools of the county.

12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

13. Justices of the peace, one hundred twenty dollars per annum, and such further compensation as may be provided by ordinance of the board of supervisors.

14. Constables, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

15. Supervisors, each the sum of six hundred dollars per annum, for all services performed by them as supervisors and members of the board of equalization. They shall act as road commissioners in their respective districts and shall receive for the service of such road commissioner three dollars per day for each day's service as such road commissioner. Such compensation as road commissioner shall not exceed three hundred dollars per annum.

16. [Jurors.] Grand jurors, and trial jurors in the superior court in the civil and criminal cases shall be paid three dollars per day for each day's attendance and for each mile actually traveled in going only, while acting as such juror, twenty cents per mile, and the judge of said court shall make an order directing the auditor to draw his warrant on the treasurer in favor of such juror for said per diem and mileage and the treasurer shall pay the same.

History: Enacted March 18, 1907, Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 540,
Kerr's Stats. and Amdts. 1906-7, p. 377; amended February 28, 1911,
Stats. and Amdts. 1911, p. 246; June 16, 1913, Stats, and Amdts. 1913,
p. 1273; May 18, 1915, Stats. and Amdts. 1915, p. 567; May 28, 1917,
Stats. and Amdts. 1917, p. 1164. in effect July 27, 1917.

ARTICLE LVI.

COUNTIES OF THE FIFTY-SIXTH CLASS.

§ 4285. SALARIES AND FEES OF OFFICERS OF. In counties of the fifty-sixth class, the county officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law and by virtue of their office the following salaries, to wit:

1. The county clerk, nine hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and is hereby allowed to the clerk a deputy to act as clerk of the board of supervisors, who shall be appointed by the county clerk and be paid a salary of seventy-five dollars per month; said salary to be paid by said county in monthly installments at the time and in the manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the county clerk is paid. In counties of this class the county clerk is hereby allowed in addition to his salary, each year when a new registration is required, the sum of ten cents for each elector registered, which amount shall be allowed by the board of supervisors at the close of registration preceding a general election, and be paid from the general fund of the county.

2. The sheriff, one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and is hereby allowed a jailer who shall be appointed by the sheriff and be paid a salary of fifty dollars per month; and said salary to be paid by said county monthly and at the time and in the manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the sheriff is paid.

3. The recorder, six hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and is hereby allowed to the recorder a copyist, which office of copyist to the recorder is hereby created and which copyist shall be appointed by the recorder and be paid the salary of fifty dollars per month; said salary to be paid by said county in monthly installments at the time and in the manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the recorder is paid.

4. The auditor, seven hundred twenty dollars per annum.
5. The treasurer, one thousand five hundred dollars per annum.
6. The tax-collector, one thousand two hundred dollars per annum.

7. The assessor, nine hundred dollars per annum; provided, that in counties of this class there shall be and is hereby allowed to the assessor one deputy who shall be appointed by the assessor and be paid a salary of thirty-five dollars per month; and said salary to be paid by said county monthly and at the time and in the manner and out of the same fund as the salary of the assessor is paid.

8. The district attorney, one thousand two hundred dollars per annum and such fees as are now or may hereafter be paid to that officer.

9. The coroner, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law, 10. The public administrator, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

11. The superintendent of schools, seven hundred twenty dollars per annum. 12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

13. (Justices of the peace.] For the purpose of fixing the compensation of justices of the peace according to their duties, townships in counties of this class are hereby classified according to their population as follows:

Townships having a population of one thousand or more shall belong to and be known as townships of the first class. Townships having a population of less than one thousand shall belong to and be known as townships of the second class.

The population of the several townships shall be determined by the board of supervisors upon the enactment of this act, and also at the time of the formation of any new township or townships for the purpose of this and the succeeding subdivisions by the last federal census taken during the year 1910. Justices of the peace shall receive the following salaries:

In townships of the first class the sum of three hundred dollars for the period beginning with the date upon which this act becomes effective and ending December 31, 1915, and thereafter a salary of three hundred dollars per annum;

In townships of the second class the sum of one hundred eighty dollars for the period beginning with the date upon which this act becomes effective and ending December 31, 1915, and thereafter a salary of one hundred eighty dollars per annum.

Such salaries shall be paid in the same manner and out of the same fund as the salaries of county officers are paid, and shall be compensation in full for all services rendered. All fees received by justices of the peace shall be paid into the county treasury every month. The board of supervisors of such counties shall furnish and supply to the justices of the peace of various townships in such counties, the codes of the state and amendments thereto, and all necessary stationery, legal blanks and forms for the proper conduct of business.

14. Constables, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

15. [Board of supervisors.] Each member of the board of supervisors, four hundred twenty dollars per annum and twenty cents per mile in traveling from his residence to the county seat, going only; provided, that only one mileage shall be allowed for any regular session of the board.

16. (Reporter.] In counties of this class the official reporter of the superior court shall receive as full compensation for taking notes in civil and criminal cases tried in said court and for preliminary examinations in justices' courts and the coroners' inquests, a monthly salary not to exceed fifty dollars, payable out of the county treasury at the same time and in the same manner as the salaries of the county officers; and for transcription of said notes when required he shall receive the sum of ten cents per folio for the original and five cents per folio for the copy; said compensation for

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