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10 LEGAL. I LEGAL. f LEGAL. LEGAL. H of i's capital .stock, or two hirils et the membeis thereof. A cer- Iflcati ul Mich vote or consent shall ;(.. s-iyr.ed and sworn t<i by the pres- (•et,' Mid secretary, and by a ma- i, i,t tin- directors of the corporate il and certified in the Iii: .ipntj payment of fees re::,,-. ',«;• filing and certify, i,i ;nc orporatlon, and i -!.i ti-riii ol the corpora .., , \-i-i,il, -i tnr the period • !, i i i • ili' at ,T i.,-i.l tli 1 r'-af' ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 3. CHAPTER 19. Assembly Constitution- No. 3. t, .ion, Jib!.! b- The h il'i.tnia, ut its Kiinmenclng on the 7th day of Jiinu- ; IverHlYy, s'elei u-y, nineteen hundred and seven, two j therof"' 4. A | propose that section seven of article j nine ot the constitution of the State of California be amended so as to read ns follows: Section 7. The state board of edu- ted by f LEGAL. r. LEGAL. governor, provided for In section 10 hereof, prepars '.wo thousand suitable bonds of the State of California, in| the denomination of one thousand dollar* Crttl 1 . Tlie who'e Issue of said ,„„« „ nt' the state un-j and inn the president; coin of payable the IIM M it Mandnrd value, "° VO and sur-h ,|,;,.',| S of u || tnu members elected lo pay ai! hv law limited by section two thousand five hundred and twenty-six of the Poll 11- r thr i i i'T J ""'•"' "''''" '"' |M - :l ' I " at , '"'c-office cal Code of the state'of )f the Iceland i of the state (p-aMirer, at the expira- ar, from their date, iENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 32. I'.-i i<) ,uon ot niii'-ic.-n \caiv irom ineir uaie, i ventber, In the ve-ir nineteen hundred subject, however to redemption by nnd eighteen and between the first ami F. n, «' I i?", '" ! Y'n "' ml !"'^ r l irovltl ecl.! tenth day of November of each year i- pies!-; Said bonds .shall bear date the second : thereafter until the maturity of said «,., ,,,.!! 1 i! J : ol ',:' il "" a! :':^.?'/ 1 '. n " t :: f ;" 1 ! U ." d ^ <1 bond" the said treasurer shall; in the i -. .. repnvenlativ h ol the two houses of said [egis- j Stanford Jr. I'lilversity. selected by ' tlon of laniri; voting in favor thereof, hereby i the president Hi pmpnses that section -V a of article 1! ' 5. A representatU* of the oi the constitution of the State of ; normal schools, selected by thi California he amended .so as to read . dents thereof. .is follows: Section 2\*i. T CHAPTER 28 Semte Constitutional have thu power to enact laws relative | lected by the 'Amendment'No. 12. A resolution «c t.. thu election of delegates to con-j 7. A repn orooose to th c people of the State Minions of political parties; and the \ schools, selected of California an amendment to the :. elsliilni.- shall enuct laws providing constitution of the state by adding t"f the direct nomination of candt ... . a new section thereto to be number- dat-s for public ofllce. by electors, po-' «- A representative o the city on the second day of July, of each a new secnon c ^^ ^ ere . ,,11,01 parties, or organizations of schools, selected by the city superin- year after the sale of the same; pro- 3 nm.iuvion of the ex- electors without conventions, at elec '^f 18 nt V, 1 " s "' ) " rilltendent8 ' bi ' v 'ded that the first payment of inter-1 papeTs'VVblished hVthec'ity ptoyces of the senate tloas. to be known and designated a* ennlnl ~nvenlto.. est shall _be made on the j-econd day t / of San Franclsco , and a f'nllrnrnl'i of \i ^ | (i. A practical business man, not dl-jand nine, and shall be made payable | nresenrp nf he legislature shall . rectly connected with any school, so- on the second dav of January, nine-! lr,,'u..n w V,, Jj looted by (he governor ^ J , oen hundred and' Iwenty-eigh't A. D. [as shallben '.! schools, selecte'ii'by 1 ih- "mmty sup™- ' bonds" as'Tin^s'tlld^hall bfdue' "and ! iL'lun^^t^'h-U^ime'Tnd'shaTrthere; ; In.enden.s at the .superintendents' bi- payable a, ihe office of the state treas- unp ^ u ^,,'' ue '£ c ','ho tenth S ot Do- euiilal convention, urer on the second day of January, and cernhnr fnllnwin*. irive notice bv nub- the governor, proceed to; ,un me sei-iinu u,,.y »i .niiii.i.iv, "me-1 drawn by lot such an amount of bonds I .'n, en .l!!"""'. 1 ." 1 i'",'!,.'.^ 1 '. 1 ^'':?.^! 1 ^^' ?' i as shall be required to exhaust as near-1 said , iv MS mnv tin the amount In said slnk- ed section 23a of artic of relating to limitation pense of emf Into said seawall sinking fund, an'and cited as the "Second San Fran- amount equal to the monthly Interest Cisco Seawall Act." then due on all bonds then sold, de- SEC. 13. All acts and parts of acts llvered and outstanding. The board in conflict with the provisions of this of state harbor commissioners are act are hereby repealed." SENATE BILL No. 812. CHAPTER 431. An act to provide for the Issuance and sale of state bonds to create a fund for the acquisition by the board of state harbor commissioners of a necessary area for a tidal basin for wharves, piers, harbors, and appurtenances In the city and county of San Francisco; to create a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds; and defining the duties of state officers In relation thereto; making an appropriation of one thousand dollars for the expense of printing said bonds; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the people, Approved March 21, 1907. (As amended nt Extra Session by and assembly. Adopted March The legislature of th . i primary elections; also to determine, »• A representative of the pplytech- 11. 1007. ; the tests and conditions upon which nc schools selected by the principals e State of Cal- ; electors, poHMcal parties, o^organlza. oMh^polytechnlc high schools receiv- Ifornla. at its regular session, com- , tions of electors may pamcip-iw m Lenring «„ the seventh day of Jam, any such pr mary e eetion^ It stall ing state aid. The state board of education shall liry, niBt-teeij seventh day or Janu- any 7' 1 " »»"""J' «£» ladi-tatare to «»>P»e or adopt a uniform system hundred and seven, a Is. be law ui for be«ture.to Qf ^ ^^ for ^ ^ ^ y ^ wo'-thirds of all the members elected prescribe that an y. B uch primary elec- ! ven , ^mentory schools Urroagh- o each of tbe fcouses of said leglsla- tlon shall b e mandatory and o"lga- j 0>lt the state; and shall perform mTcb _.. n_._ i_ r n ..»« t\*r^~ f .,^t VIUT-AV.U tftrv Tnfi lR£lfliB.turO Bu&ll u*8O HftVS j _»m _•„*• . i T-L.-A w — ure VWUUB ,„ favor tiiereof, hereby | tory. The legislature shall iropose that a new section be added i the power to establish the rates of. 10 toe constitution of tbe State of compensation for primary election of- Ijftllfonila. to be numbered section fleers serving at such primary elec- wenty-three a of article four there- tlons in any city, or city and county, (or county, or other subdivision of a if, to read as follows: Section 23a. The legislature may .designated population, without mak- , u se provide for the employment of ing such compensation uniform, and lielp; but In no case shall the total tor such purpose such law may tie- license for officers, employes and at- dare tho population of any city, city laches exceed the sum of five hundred ' and county, county, or political sub- llollars per day for either house, at ; division. I'rovlded. however, that un- liny regular or biennial • session, nor til the legislature shall enact a direct Ihe sum of two hundred dollars per; primary election law under tho Pro- lay for either house at any special j visions of tbls section, the present, tondents and the county boards of ed- iir extraordinary session, nor shall primary election law shall remain In ' ucatlon shall have exclusive control I be nay of any officer, employe or at- -lorce and effect. of tbe examination of teachers, and iache be Increased after be is elected I — - **£*?«"* .°L^™'™?™™ ies ° other duties as may be prescribed by law. The legislature shall provide for the printing and publishing of such text books, when adopted, by the superintendent of state printing at'the state printing office, and, when so printed and published, to be distributed and sold at the cost price of printing, publishing, and distributing the same. The text-books so adopted shall continue In use not less than four years. The legislature shall provide for a board of education in each coun- 'ty In the state. The county superln- of January, A. D. nineteen hundred nnd ten, on so many of said bonds as may have been theretofore sold. At cember following, give notice by pub . He advertisement to he inserted twice Senate Bill No. 7.) a week for two weeks In two ncws- and coun- also in one newspaper published In the city of Oakland, and also In one newspaper published in the city of Los Angeles, the expiration of nineteen years from| and a , so , n one newspa per published 2^ a .^°'^.*25 8 '. a . ^?,JL h ? >« the city of Sacramento, stating the cease to bear interest, and likewise all bonds redeemed by lot shall cease te bear Interest as In this act provided, and the said state treasurer shall call to, forthwith, pay and cancel the same, out of tbe moneys in the second Ban Francisco seawall sinking fund provided for In this act, and he shall, on the first Monday of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-eight, also cancel and destroy all bonds not theretofore number of bonds so drawn and that the principal of said bonds will be paid on presentation to the treasurer on or before the second day of January, following, nnd that from and after such last named date, all interest upon bonds thus drawn shall cease, and It shall be the duty of the treasurer as soon as said bonds so drawn by lot are surrendered to him and paid to cancel the same, and the Interest |r appointed. SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 33. ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL i AMENDMENT NO. 7. (CHAPTER 22. Atwmbly Constitutional Amendment No. 7. Adopted March 8, 1907. tHAPTEH 39. Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 33. A resolution to j The legislature of the State of Cal propose to the people of the State ifomia, at its regular session, con* of California an amendment to the menclng on the seventh day of Janu constitution of »aid state, amending | ary A D. nineteen hundred and seven, lArtlcle XII thereof, by amending two-thirds of all the members elected MciltJH '" Jh e f eof relating to the to eac h O j the houses voting In fnvor -•*•»-"•" •"*"• • ~- -- ---~M-. t h t;r p 0 f i hereby propose that secUpn, Of HTX'cle S*™ p \ 2USI S9 ? J '" of thS StStS of California irtjon or jolr.t..toek association. '' Adopted March 14. 1907. within their respective jurisdiction. ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT, No. 28. CHAPTER 46. Assembly Constitu- tltm be Thu IcRlKljUure of tho S,^&to t>{ Call-1 amended ISO as to read as follows: lorbla at if a thirty-seventh session ! Section 0. The legislature, by gen- lommenoing the seventh day of Jan- Ural and uniform-laws, sha.ll provUje >ary. 1907, two-thirds of all the menvlfor the election or appointment, In s elected to each of the houBes j the BeV eral counties, ot boards of BU- r , said legislature voting in favor I lj( . rv lBorB, sheriffs, county clerks, [hereof, hereby propose that Article i j| B t r ict attorneys and such other III of the constitution of the State i,. olin ty, township, and municipal of- .yf California be amended by amend- ln ,,,, rs a s public convenience may re- Ing sectlcm 3 thereof, so as to read j (1 ,, lr0p an j shall prescribe their du(IB follows: I ties and lix their terms of omce. It Section 3 Euch st(«khohler of a '; hall regulate the compensation of all . ....,._ • . ' , .n. : „ ,,,'r,,t,\fl Irtn to illltles. orporation , or Joint-stock [ion, shall be Individually h officers, in proportion to duties, and per -'.ni'l may also establish fees to be mally liable for sueh proportion «'t .harmed and collected by such officers 1 its debts and liabilities contract* <! , lur services performed in their re- 'incurred durins the time he wav ,-,„ ,-tive .dli-es, in the manner and BtOCkholder. an the nmouut of stock j „„• Hie UM-S provld.-.l by law. all. 01 •* . . . , . , ... .K..'., . ,,,.1,- ,,ific^i(\- tn,» /'Oiinites tlon to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to section 16 of article 4 of the constitution, In relation to the approval and return of bills by the governor and the exeruije, £f |he veto pow- Adopted March 14, 1907. Resolved, by the assembly, the senate concurring. That the legislature of the State of California, at Its thirty- e,ve.n.tb. session, commencing on the th day of January, nineteen hundred and seven, two-thirds o.f. all thfi Bl*!?.? jers elected to Ihe two houses of said legislature voting in favor thereof, hereby proposes that section 16 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of California he amended so as to read as follows: Section IB. Kvery bill which may- have passed the legislature shall, before it becomes a luw, be presented to tho governor. If he approve it, he shall sU;n it; hut if not, ho shall urn it and the Issue and sale thereof to a purchaser. SEC. 3. The sum of one thousand dollars is hereby appropriated to pay the expense that may be Incurred by the stsite treasurer in having said I bonds prepared. Said amount shall SENATE BILL No. 7. sold. All bonds issued shall be sign- ^ponsTher^n? £& each year be- ed by tbe governor, and counter-slgned ginning with the year nineteen hun- by the controller, and shall be endors- dred ^ eighteen, the said treasurer! ed by the state treasurer, and each -•--« • •-- ......... ... t shall have the sea] of the state stamped thereon. Each bond shall contain a clause that it is subject to redemption by lot after the year nineteen hundred and eighteen. SEC. 2. Interest coupons shall be attached to each of said bonds, so that such coupons may be removed without injury to or mutilation of the bond. Said coupons shall be consecutively numbered, and shall be signed by the state treasurer. But no Interest on any ot said bonds shall be paid for _ stockhol, or shares owned l>y him hears to th vhole of the suhsi riln-d capital stix-U. shares of the corporation or asso- piatlon. The directors or trustees o orporatlon^ and joint ~t'»-U associ.i flons shall he jointly and severally li this purpose may classify the counties and it shall provide rid accountability of county ami tow'iiship olllcer« for all fees collectod by them, and and municipal moneys the which may In ble to tbe creditors ami stoe|;ho!d< r. - which may be paid to them, or onie- all moneys embezzled or misap '. ially come Into their possess on. n **** "•** •• ' _. . • J , . . • ,-,.,, .,.,11011 *tf ill fit Broprlated bv'ihe oin.ers ot su.h .or- ,,m y regulate the -compensation of oration or' joint-stock n.-sociation : urand nnd trial jurors in all courts lluring the term of office ut' siif-h rector or trustee. Nothing In the preceding po,raKra/i Of this section shall be held to apr'i> ko any exposition company oi-Rauizi-d lo pronio'.e and carry on any internu fiotuil exposition or world's fair with [in the State of California, nnd the liability of stockholders In any such --lasses of counties herein 'permitted to be made; such compen button, however, shall not,- In any class excet'd the sum of three dollar* per diiy and mlli.'age. ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 8. is hereby limited to an amount |not exceeding the par value of the ik in s-aid cm poratitm subscribed |fdr by sni li i-tockliolilerB. SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 34. be paid out of the San Francisco harbor improvement fund on controller's warrants, duly drawn ?9r that purpose. SEC. 4. WHen the beads aulhoriz- shall, In the manner aforesaid, proceed to draw by lot such an amount of bonds as shall be requisite to exhaust as nearly as may be the amount in paid .sinking fund, and proceed in the manner herein above stated. After the* payment of all said bonds, the surplus or balance remaining in said sinking fund, If any there be, shall forthwith be paid into the San Francisco harbor improvement fund. At the time ot the respective drawings by lot, as aforesaid, and also at the maturity of said state bonds, said treasurer shall sell the United States or other bonds then in said sinking fund, at government market rates, after advertising the sale thereof la the manner hereinbefore provided, for the sale of bonds hereby authorized to be issued, and shall use the proceeds for the payment of such bonds as may be drawn by lot,' and at the maturity of said bonds outstanding shall pay and redeem said matured outstanding CHAPTER 4. An act to amend see- tlon five of the act entitled "An jut to provide for the Issuance and ute of state bonds to create a fund for the acquisition by the board of state harbor commlMloner* of a necessary area for a tidal basin for wharves, piers, harbor*, and appurtenance* In the city and county of San Francisco to create a sinking fund for the payment of «aM bonds; and defining the dutle* of rtate officers In relation thereto; making ai» appropriation of one thousand dollar* for the expense of printing Mid bond*; and providing for the tub- mission of this act to a vote of the people," .approved March 21, 1907, relating to the redemption of such bonds and creating a linking fund for such purpose, and adding a new section to said act to be numbered 9 •ectlon 1CH/ 2 , relating to the publication of said act, and providing for the payment of the cost of publication of the same. Approved November 23, 1907. The people ot the State of California, represented in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: < Section 1. For the purpose of providing a fund for the payment of the Indebtedness authorized to be Incurred by the board of state harbor commissioners for the acquisition of the necessary area for a tidal basin extending ot tbe area oi India baslu on, the water front of the city and county of San Francisco, as provided in an act entitled "An act to authorize and direct the board of state harbor commissioners to institute condemnation proceedings against certain property north of India basin and extending to — — «=» uuiiu UL AUUUI Lmoiu u.uu vAieuuiui, *v bonds out of said moneys in said fund I8 i a j 8 creek in the city and county of ed. to be issue^J this act shall be la 2Xi!2S!! t8hm ?a£ ,a f . S?H b 9a^S ° n i Sim Francisco, %nd sxtend.ing their I Conll-Oller's Warrants duly drawn for** Y,,'.ic,jTr»tnn A<.6r »"C> <n>n\e> one* nro. '\'i\i executed, they gball b« by tbel thal purpose, state treasurer sold nt public auction j SEC. 6. The state controller nnd to the highest bidder for cash, In such I the state treasurer shall keep full and parcels and numbers ns said treasurer particular account and record of all shall be directed by the governor of their proceedings under this act, and the state, under seal thereof, after a i they shall transmit to the governor an IKII it; but ir not, no shall ro- , with lil.s objections, to tnV house in which It originated, which •shall enter sii.ih objections upon the loiirnal and proceed to reconsider it. | sale, ns to the whole of the bonds of If, after such reeoinmendation, it again i fared, or any part thereof offered, to !>:iss both houses, by yeas and nays,! K "ch time and place as he may select. resolution requesting such sale shall have been adopted by the board of state harbor commissioners; but said treasurer must reject any and all bids for said bonds, or for any of them, which shall be below the par value of said bonds so offered; and he may, by public announcement at the place and time ilxed for the sale, continue such abstract of all such proceedings there- under, with an annual report, to be by the governor laid before the legislature biennially; and all books and papers pertaining to the matter provided for in this net shall at all times be open to the inspection of any party interested, or the governor, or the at- torney-geu'eral, or a committee of either branch ot the legislature, or a joint committee of both, or any citizen of the state. jurisdiction oVer the same, and providing for the payment of Judgments from the proceeds of bonds issued and sold under the provision.} of an act entitled, "An act to provide for the issuance and sale of state bonds to create a fund for the acquisition by the board of state harbor commissioners of a necessary area for a tidal basin for wharves, piers, harbors, and appurtenances In the city and county of Sun Francisco; to create a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds; and defining the duties of state officers in relation thereto; making an appropriation of $1000 for the expense of printing said bonds; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the people." the state two-thirds of the members elected to | Buo notice of the time and place ofi SEC. 7. It shall be the duty of the I treasurer shall, immediately after the each house voting therefor, It shall he-1 sale of all bonds must be given by said ] stute treasurer to pay the interest of I Issuance of the proclamation of the come a law, notwithstanding the gov-j treasurer by publication in two news-j ^jj bonds, when the same falls, due, j governor, provided for In section 10 crnor's objections. If any bill shall not be returned within ten days after it shall have been presented to him (Sundays oxcepted), the same shall hereof, prepare one thousand suitable bonds of the state of California, in the denomination of one thousand dollars papers published in the city ,-md conn-1 out o f the sinking fund provided for ty of San Francisco, and also by pur>- ln this act, on controller's warrants lication in one newspaper publishc-:! duly drawn for that purpose. , --,....., „ in the city of Oakland and hy puhlica-1 SEC. 8. This act, if adopted bv the each. The whole issue of said bonds become a law In like manner as if hellion in one newspaper published in thej people, shnll^ake effect on the thirty-' shall not exceed the sum of one mil- had signed it, unless the legislature, city of lx>s Angeles, and by publica-1 jj rst ,ij,y o f December, A. D. nineteen I Hon dollars, and said bonds shall bear by adjournment, prevents sm-h return, in which case il shall not become xposlt'lon company shall be and ''"''CHAPTER 21 Assembly Constitution ' ' ..-..-- •- -• i a| AmenUment NO. 8. Resolution ! to amend section six of article nine i of the constitution of California I Adopted March ti, 1SI07. ! The legislature of the State of Cul- ,'lMrniu "t Its 37th session, commenc- litM- ,, n tlie 7th day of January, 1907, Itv.-o thirds of all the members elected CHAPTER 31. Senate constitutional S -a:-!, of the I wo hmiHes ol: saidI leg- tion in one newspaper published in the hundred and eight, as to all Us pro- Interest at the rate of four per cen city of Sacramento, once a week dur-j v j s i ons except those relating to and I turn per annum, from the time of the u law, unless the governor, within i ln K four weeks prior to such sale. The | necessary for Its submission to tho! sale thereof, nnd both principal and thirty days after such adjournment costs of such publication shall be P«ldjpp O pk> and for returning canvassing, | Interest shall be payable In gold coin (Sundays excepted). shall sign and de-"ut of the San Francisco harbor lm-.., m | proclaiming the vote's, and as to i of the present standard value, and posit the slime in the olilce of the sec- provement fund, on controller's war-| sai( j r -xpected provisions this act shall! they shall be payable at the office of retary of stale, in which case it shall rants duly drawn for that purpose. The (ii ^, e ff cc t Immediately. tlle state treasurer, at the expiration become a law ill like manner as if it bail been sinned by him before proceeds of the sale of such bonds shall be forthwith paid over by said journinent. If any bill presented to i treasurer Into the treasury, and must the governor contains several items of U( - nv n ' m kept in a separate fuu;I to Amendment No. 34. A resolution to ' ifl'> ltim> propose to the people of the State ! by propose of California the amendment of sec- , n'tie ol th( voting In favor thereof, here- that section six of ''''""'Htrtlon of the fata It o aorna e amenment o 8 ec- , tion 26 of article IV of the conrt.tu-'.of California be amended to lead as tion of said state, r«lating to lot ; follows: terlos and to fictitious sates of corporate stock, etc. Adopted March H, l!<y7. Resolved by tho Senate, the Asscm J lily concurring, that the legislutiue >n tbe State of California, at its regular ; j' )V " imln icipal or district authority I susslou, commencing on tho 7th dayi,|.'| 1( , ( , 11( i r( , revenue derived from tho of January, 1907, two thirds of the| B(at() K( , )lool fnn( j and from the gen members elected to each of the vwoj iM . al HtftU> B( , ui) ,,i tax shall ho applied houses voting in favor thereof, hereby L xr .],, H ivi.]y to the support of day and proposes that section 20 of article IV | ,.' V(m | (uc ( .i ( .,,miil!iry schools; but. the ot tbe constitution of the State of , i^jsjatm-o may authorize and cause I California be amended so as lo rend ' ' • • • •-•••• appropriation of money, he may object to one or more Items, while approving other portions of the such , case ho shall append to the hill at the time of signing it a stnienit«u of the items to willed he object^, an 1 tin 1 reasons therefor, and the at .irniiria- tions so objected to shall lint take ef- to be known and designated as the "Second San Francisco Seawall Fund," and must, be used exclusively for the con SEC. 9. This net shall be sumhiitod of nineteen years from their date, sub- or,v. v. mis iu-,1 Biiuii uu Humuiiiuu , . . hnwf>VOI , tn rpdpmntlon bv lot to the people of the State of Califor-| ;^' h ?^ c /;,'° ^ niii for their ratification at the next \\'". , ln '.l° general election, to bo holden in the i , '" ".,"!. month of November, A. D. nineteen j " a * rt ,,„,;,, hundred and eight, and all ballots at Ill H r) l- W ucic'i tAV-iwni»vij ivji ill' i~( Ml* i «. • ,, t_n i_ i i i ji Btruction of wharves, piers, seawall, sul(1 "•!•'<*•»•> snil11 , have printod there- state railroad, spurs, and appnrten-( on ,' an< i a ' tlle1 5 Ud t , here ° fl tho ,, w ° n j i !: . . . . » ' * . . ' nr thn Cinn TTrunnlaor* Snnwnll Ant ' feel unless passed over the or's veto, as hereinbetm-e provided, if the legislature he in M'-sion, tlie governor shall transmit to ihe house In as follows: Section 26. The legislature abftll have no power to authorize UrtU'rU>s I or gift enterprises for any purtioBO asd shall pass laws to prohibit tbe j sale in this state o't' lottery or gtft OB tBrprlse tickets, or tickets In any scheme in the nature of a lottery. Tbe legislature shall pas« laws to prohibit tiio fictitious buying nnd sidling of (fie shares of the capital stock uf cor- jioratlons In any Htock bo«rd, stock eotchnnge or stock market under the [control of uuy corporation oar I tion. All contracts for Uio lor BtU,. of shares of the caplt.nl stock of uuy corporation or nssoHaUoB without -uiv Intention on the part of me party to deliver and of the otliej party to receive the shares, and contemplating merely the payment o( I differences between the contract and (market prices on lilverc days, shall hi l-iecllim ('.. The public school sys- j which the bill originated a copy of ti-ia shall Include, day and evening l -''! such statement, ami the items so ob- emeni-.u-y schools, and such day and j j,.cted to shall he sepunitch lecousid- evening' secondary schools, normal' - • • schools, and technical schools afi may established by the legislature, or SENATE BILL No. 461. CHAPTER 424. An act to provide for the iBSUnnce and sale of utate bonds to create a fund for the construction by the board of state harbor commissioners of wharves, piers, seawall, state railroad, spurs nnd appurtenances in the city and county of Sari Francisco; to create a sinking fund for the payment of said nnc.es thereto on the water front of tl.i city arffl county of San Franc-N' e Drafts and warrants upon said t'n . shall be drawn upon and sh-ill '••• p; ; : out of said fund In the saii:i i-.ui. 1 ,as drafts and warrants are drawn -: , on and paid out of the Sitn !':•;., harbor improvement fund. SEC. 5. For the payment of thi principal and Interest of said bonds a the San Francisco Seawall Act," ;; ; in ;i separate line under the same o: is. 'Against the San Francisco ill Act," and opposite said lines ' i iiall be Ie!'t spaces in which the V'jtci.-, may make or stamp a cross to indicate whether they vote for or i against the said act, and those voting I for said act shall do so by placing a croBs opposite tho words "For the San Francisco Seawall Act," and all those to be levied a sppclnl state school tux lor the suiniort of day and evening secondary schools, and technical schools, or either of such schools. Included in the public* school system, and all revenue derived from such ant-old! tax Bhnll bo applied exclusively to tho support of tho schools for which Bu<:h special tax shall be levlofl. i as in this act hereinafter provided, shall bear date the second unitary, A. D. nineteen hundred and nine, and shall be made payable on the second day of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-eight A. D. The interest accruing on mich of said bonds us are sold, shall be due and payable at the office of the state treasurer on the second day of January, and on the second day of July, of each year after tho sale of the same; provided, that the first payment of Interest shall be made on the second day of January, A. D. nineteen hundred and ten, on so many of said bonds as may have been theretofore soM. At j tho expiration of nineteen years from I th ' Seawall Sinking Fund," shall be, and j "Against the San Francisco Seawall the same is hereby created, as fol-]Aet." The governor of this state shall lows, to-wlt: The state treasurer | include tho submission of this act to shall, on the first day of each and ev , the people, as aforesaid, In his procla- firy month after the sale of said bonds.: mation calling for said general eloc- take from the San Francisco harbor (ion. Improvement fund such HUM as, mill- SKC tip!led by the time the bonds then sold i against 10. The votes cast for or tho principal of the bonds In the same, manner and subject to bonds; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote people. Approved March 21. l!Hi7 pose; and he shall plait tde the second San Francisco - . „„,_»- _,,:„„ ,, f n .,, „„,„ , , , ••• >•"- "«"«« IUUHUHI HIUI siiuje " llt outstanding ; l \ the time snid , Uu . Hame rulos as vot t f J tr «'f »«»' «£a« «o take said sum from I offlC4?rB . um , |f lt ft that "a - * aid act e Bub-l*' 1 ' 1 S«n rancBtw arr Impruve- j Hnall nnvo n . cc , VO( * a majority of all of the l "" llt , fu , u<1 ' 'ff 8 *!"' an '"" nt "»>«•«•> | Uio votes cast for and agiUl st it at !'»»' taken thorefrotn lor s.iid pur- s;llf , rfw .nnn lla of ,,,™ n ,r, U "*L .".!: ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 24. The people of the State of California represented in senate and assembly, do enact as 1'ollowM: SKCT1ON i. For pur- (n -eawall sinking fund created by t:iis ;te<. Said st.'vto treasurer shall, on c. :•,• .oiler's said election, as aforesaid, then tho s ime shall have effect as hereinbefore provided, and shall bo Irropoalable until the principal and Interest of the purpo>,. i warrantH duly drawn for Ui.,t i employ the moneys in said fund j I'nlti' fornia to the constitution ol the State, by i !'«,"'pl^r;,,!!!"'^' HWWa "' ^ "5""whloh" a "ald bonds'slmil be ke,.t in s liabilities herein created shall be paid *'' and discharged nmi tho trf^m^^^^ ui».iii s~«S=E ^sSsisiS5»li CHAPTER 43. tional Amendm tion to propos.) to the people of the ; ,„„.,,,„. ( .o, lllu |s s loners f,,r"titi State of California, an amendment' and discharged, and the governor shall t" I void, and neither pat'y [contract shall hi' entitled it luny I.he BUI In any court of this state amending section seven of article nine thereof, relating to boards of education. Adopted March ! I. 1H07. The legislature of Mi' 1 Stale of Call- 'ornl'i, -it Its re-tilar session, com- any such •• men clng on thu 7th day of January, appurtenances In ,-i proper receptacle, appropriately lathe city and county of San Knmclse, beled; but he must keep always on i\ cost not to exceed two million hand a sufficient amount of money in lars (which s/ild wharves, pler.s,! said sinking fund with which to pay seawall, slate railroad, spurs, ami ap- tho interest on such of tho state bonds I'lirlenatices the board of state hnrluir roiniiiissioners :iri' hereby to construct in the manner authorized raot shall be entitled to recover • ,,„. ^^^ „)„„ hundred and seven, by law .Vn-i t «,;»„,, T,;^" damages for failure to perform ,„,, two-fir-l- of all the moniburs 8ttld , wo ,„„„„„ ( , 0 ,, IU . S , 1 t lic. state WHIP or nny money paid Uereofl. elected to each of the houses of legls- treasurer shall. lmniodi n t,,i'v nf.«, «h,» herein provided to be United us may have theretofore boen sold. And lo provide means for the payment of in- secretary of state to have this act pub' in nt leant ono newspaper In wise all bonds redeemed by lot shall cease to bear Interest as In this act provided, and tho said state treasurer shall call In, forthwith pay and cancel tho sumo, out of moueys In the India basin sinking fund provided for In this act, and he shall on the first Monday of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-eight, also cancel and destroy all bonds not theretofore sold. All bonds Issued shall be signed by the governor, and countersigned by tho controller, and shall be endorsed by tho state treasurer, and each shall have the seal of the state stamped thoroon. Bach bond shall contain a clause that It is subject to redemption by lot after the year nineteen hundred and eighteen. Sec. 2. Interest coupons shall be attached to each of said bonds, so that such coupons may be removed without injury to or mutilation of tho bond. Said coupons shall be consecutively numbered, antf shall be signed by the state treasurer. But no Interest on any of euld bonds shall be paid for each county, or city and county, If one i any time, which may Intervene bo- be published therein, throughout thlsjiweon the date of any of said bonds ."tate, for three months next preceding - - - ... the general election to bo holden In the month of November, A. n. nlno- and the issue and sulo thereof to a purchaser. Sue. 3. The sum of one thousand teen hundred and eight, the costs of -'dollars Is hereby appropriated to pay torest and outstanding, said treasurer „„„.. shall, immediately after tho monthly take from the San Francisco ot the proclamation of the harbor Improvement fund, and pay publication shall be paid out of tho the expense that San Francisco harbor be Incurred by improvement the state treasurer in having said duly bonds prepared. Said amount shall be paid out of tbe San Francisco bar- known bor improvement fund on controller'^.

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