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T* 10 LCQAL, LEGAL. LEGAL. thirds o/ its 'capital stock, or two- thirds of the members t.b*reof. A certificate of such vote or roDsnt shall '• •ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 3. »e signed and sworn to by the pre«- (cHAPTER 19» Awembly Constitution- 4llAnt mill MWTf'fftrv fin/1 I,*.- a »nn_ i . * . . *_ _ -«»fi»w and secretary, .rod by a majority of the -director!! of the corpora-1 tion, and filed and certified in the : manue- ami upon payment e.( fees re- quir<-ti tiy law for filing and certify- ] ' " """ i i al Amendment No. 3. Resolution to amend section 2 1 ^ of article 2 of the constitution. Adopted March -6. 1907. The legislature of the State of Cal- i propose that section sevwt of article ;nlne. >i»f the constitution «f ihe Suite of California be amende* so as f« rend as follows: Section 7. The stato board of education shall consist of the following ninnibers: ;i. The governor. (LEGAL. governor, provided for In section 10 hereof. Torep.ire '.wo thousand suitable bonds -lit the State of California, In the denomination of one thousand dollar P.JCK The who'e Issue of said in T!S uliall not exceed the sum of two (million dollars, an'l cald bonds shall \»'ur Interest at the rate of four per ifornia, at thirly-f tin session, to '."• paid by 'or'ioiatli ns. SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 32. iut '|| thirds of all tbt- members ail JD vc~ — ' ' latnn; voting in favor thereof, hereby proposes that .seotlou ~2 l & of article 2 of the constitution of the State of e .superintend*-*,!, of public in centui- ]ier annum, from the time of '• I the sale then of, .tnd both principal "f the state uii-land interest shall b< payable in gold the presid'iit ; coiir of the pr< sent .standard value, land they shall be payable at the office of the IX';.nd of the state treasurer, at the expira- ,,„. T nlver«ity, selecte.l )>> 'tion of nineteen years from their date, ; subject, however, to redemption by teilot as in this act hereinafter provided. -ii Said bonds shall hear date the second : day of January, A. [>. nineteen hundred \ practical business man, not di | and nine, and shall be made payable Si'ftjnu 2',4. Tli*^ legislature ahull j rectly coniiectetl with any school, se-' on the .second day of January, nine president thereof. :.. A representative of the t-'l; normal schools, se,Voetetl by the tin California tie amended so as to read j dciiis th"veof. as follows: ; i; 28. Senate Constltuttnrial'have the jiowor to <enact laws relative I lected by the gowrnor. it,.. Amendment No. 32. A resolution to i to the election of delegates to con-j 7. A representative of tho rural' Th procosr to the peofiie of the State . ventions of jiolttlcal parties; und the ! schools, selected by the county super of California an amendment to the j legislature shall'enact laws providing ' ' ' "" ' ' hundred and twenty-eight A. D. LEGAL. LEGAL. Into said seawall sinking fund, an amount equal to the monthly Interest then due on all bonds then sold, delivered and outstanding. The board of s(ate harbor commissioners are hereby authorized and directed by the collection of dockage, tolls, rents wharfage and cranage to collect a sum of money sufficient for the purposes of this act, over and above the amount! limited by section two thousand flve \ hundred and twenty-six of the Political Code of the state of California. Between the first and tenth day of November, in the year nineteen hundred and eighteen and between the first and tentli day of November of each year thereafter until the maturity of said bonds the said treasurer shall, In the presence of the governor, proceed to drawn by lot such an amount of bonds as shall bo required to exhaust as near- and cited as the "Second San Francisco Seawall Act." SEC. 13. All acts and parts of ad In conflict with the provisions of thii act are hereby repealed." lt« ; lUT constitution <rt the *tat e by -adding for the direct nomination of candl- a new section thereto to be number-1 dates for public -office, by electors,, po- . . ,,,,,,,„ , ,"'"' r <' st ni-cnilng on such of said j y as may be the amount In said sink- sclmns, sHected b> the county super-• bonds as are sold shall be due and I lni; fund at that time, and shall there- Iniendents at th« superintendents' hi-; payable at the office of the state, treas- u ,i O n and before the tenth day of De- ennlal convention. tirer on the second day of January, and A representative of the .city on the second day of July, of each upo cember following, give notice by public advertisement to be Inserted twice for two weeks in two news* ed section 23a of article four .there-J litical parties, or organizations of schools, selected by the city superin-' year after the sale of the same; proof relating to limitation of the ex-(electors without conventions, at.elec teudents at the superintendents' bi-'vlded, that the first payment of inter-! papers published In the city and coun- pense of employees of the senate j tlcna, to .be known and designated a* ennlal convention. jest shall be made on the second dayltv of San Francisco and also In ono and assembly. , primary elections; also to determine " •*—"••-""»•>"»--'«- ' - •-- • « -' • . ,l l >» ° nuitiBco. Adoptee Marl* 13. 19C7. ]tbe tests and conditions upon .which Tie legislature of the State rf Cal-; electors, political parties, or organlza- , at Its regulw session, com- i tions of electors may participate in nracing <j c the seventh da; Of Janu-lany such primary election. It shall sry, olneteoB hundred and -seven,,also be lawful for the legislature to two-thirds or all tk« membere^elected to each of the looses of said Jeglsla- tnfe voting In fanor thereof, hereby prepose th&t a ne* Rectlon -br added to the corwtituttau of the-State of California, to be numbered aecUon prescribe that any such primary election BfcaJl he mandatory and obligatory. The legislature shall also .have the power to establish th« ratee oi •competisalKm for primary election officers serving at such primary -dec- twenty-three a of article too? there- lions In anjr city, or city and county, of. to re*B as f«3tows: {or county, or other subdivision of a Section 23a. The iegislaia?e may designated population, without jnak- also provide fur the employment of Ing such compensation uniform, and fceip; but in DO rae e shall the total for such purpose such law may de- exyense f-or , employes and at- .dare the population of any city, city tacbes exceed the sum of five hundred I and countj. county, or political sub- dollars .per day 'or cither iouse, at i division. Provided, however, that un- any regular or ti'ennlal session, nor itil the legtelature shail onact a flirect the sum of two'iiundred dcllare per (primary ejection law under 'the pro- The state board of education shall compile or adopt a uniform Bystem >f text books for use in the day and ivenlng elementary schools through- iut the state; and shall perform such ther duties as may be prescribed by aw. The legislature shall provide for he printing and publishing of such text books, when adopted, by the su- >erlntendent of state printing at the tate printing office, and, when so winted and published, to be distrib- ted and sold at the cost pxtce of print- ng, publishing, and distributing the same. The text-books BO adopted shall continue in use not less than four day for either tauiBe tit special ! visions of this section, the present or extraordinary session, nor shall primary election law shall •remain in the pay of any officer, employe or at-! force and effect, tacfce be increased after B« is elected ' or appointed. 8BNATE CCNSTITUTtDNAL AMENDMENT NO.-J3. CHAPTER 39. Senate CoMtltutional Amendment-t*o. 33. A-resolution to 1 . the State propose to thr of California an amendment to the oorwtltution'^t Mid (tate, amending Article XU • thereof, by amending •ectten III-.thereof, relating to the lianMty of •tockhoiderar.of a corporation or joint-Stock naiii I itlnii Adopted March 14, 1967. Ttf; legislature' of the State of California, at Us thirty-seventh session commencing the seventh flay of Jan- 11 the mem- the houses uary, 1907, two'thirds of ' berg elected to each of of said legiBlBtnre voting in favor j ASSEMBLY CONSTTTiriUOMAL AMENDMENT WO. 7. CHAPTER 22. AwemWy Constitutional Amendment No. 7. • Adopted March A, 1907. The legislature of the -State .of California, at its regular session, commencing on the seventh da,y-of January, A. D. nineteen hundred and seven, two-thirds of all the members elected to each of the houses voting in favor thereof, hereby propose that section flve of article eleven of the constitu tion of the State of California be amended HO as to read as follows: Section £. The lestelature. by general and uniform law*, shall provide for the election or appointment, in ithe several counties, .of boards of su .sheriffs, county clerks , ., thereof, hereby propose tnat Article t u s trlct attorneys and such othe XII of the constitution cif the State l<M mty, township, and .municipal of ' of Calttorniu be amende by amend- Ing section as follcrws: Section ', corporation tftfreof, &o fleers as public uonveiiie.nce may re to mid ,,,,1,.,, iult ] shall prescribe their du ties ai»U fix their terms of. office. I Rl.-h Ktcx-ftliuider of a! shall regulate the compensation of a ci jolnt-sw». .issocia-I.Kiirh oillcers, In proportion tu duties tion, shall be individually and per-'and rimy also establish fees to b nonally liable fo- s-uch pr.t portion of-vAa.rge(i und collected by such officer all Its dobts aiir! tiablliti'*. L contracted ' \,, jr Ki-rv,lci!H performed .in their re Or incurred, durii.pt the tim.- he wai- , spi-rtivc olliees. in the maniiwr nn a stockholder, as-'he o mount of stock j ior me u.-.es proviued liy law, and lo or shares owned by him bears to the'tlu* purpose .may classify 'he co-unties whole of the siil.'*' rllied raiutal stofltJbv population; .und It r,hall provide cr shares of tbt -orporalJOM or asso- ii,« ihe .strict accountability of county •and townnliip officers .for all feet ' which may he collected by them, am •.•>!• jtll puklic and municJpal nvoneys whiiii may he paid to'them,-XT ottlc- inlljr edine into fue.ir possession. It i may regulate the compensation of • grand am! (trial Jurors in all cnurts '•A-jtliiB the i:lasst*s of counties tv;reln ' p<-rmitted tti be mude; such con*pun- ^fiiuofc however, rtliall iu>',- in any i idi'ss exi d ihe sum of tliree dollars .j» i .(lit? unit anileaB*. ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 8. 'CHAPTER 21. Assembly Cotistitutiim- : as Amendment No. 8. .Resolution to .arrmnd seoiion sw of attlcle ni«>e elation. The dirtctors <u ••(-ustees a corporation.* and joint-sttick a^s-ocw- tlons shall tie jointly and .--wrrally 1 ; able to tin i - rei!it»:s and HurKhoid'-t- for fill morii'.vs i-iiit,e//|i-.l -r rnisav propriutetl lr ; - tin iVllceis •,,' yii, h --ct- IKiration di join!-i lock nM-»i"iatinn duririR the lertn <>< >ilfi''e •' .i'.r h <.\\ rector or tm^ee NothiL}! in ihe prv. ediiiK -it; a f la/.,of thin .-.I'etiiin slia'i jie reli.i'ii apTi> to any ti-iKiSi'jon ci«ipany "uv.iui/.e,) to ])romot>' atii! earn, on air- :tileri;a tlonnl exfnisitiin: or vnirld .-• ifct with la the State 01 Caltfojiiia. ;-i..t th" liability of stoi'klio!d('"i> ; in ar.; >ni')i , !.. A representative of the polytech-1 of January, A. D. nineteen hundred newspaper published In the city of nlc school* fleeted by the principals and ten, on so many of said bonds as Oakland, and also in one newspaper of the polytechnic high schools receiv- mav have been theretofore tmtrt. At n ,iv>n«h n j i« «K« «».. ™» T „. A___I__ ng state aid. may have been theretofore sold. At I published In the city of Los Angeles, the expiration of nineteen years from I and also In one newspaper published the date of said bonds, all bonds shall cease to bear Interest, and likewise all bonds redeemed by lot shall cease to bear interest as In this act pro-Tided, and the said state treasurer shall call In, forthwith, pay and cancel the same, out of the moneys tn the se/cond San Francisco seawall sinking fund provided for tn this act, and he shall, on the first Monday of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-eight, also cancel and destroy all bonds not theretofore In the city of Sacramento, stating the 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, and that from and after such last named date, all interest upon bonds thus drawn shall cease, and it shall be the duty of tbo treasurer as soon as eald bonds so drawn by lot are surrendered to him and paid to cancel the same, and the Interest sold. All bonds issued shall be sign- j coupons thereon.' and each year be- ed by the state treasurer, and each ears. The legislature shall provide j shall have the seal of the state stamp- or a board ot education In each coun- y In the state. The county superin- endents and the county boards of ed- cation shall have exclusive control f the examination of teachers, and le granting of teachers* certificates vithln their respective jurisdiction. ASSEMBLY CON8TITTUTIONAL AMENDMENT, Nn. 28. CHAPTER 46. ed thereon. Bach bond shall contain a clause that tt Is subject to redemption by tot after the year nineteen hundred and eighteen. SEC. 2. Interest coupons sliall 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 of sald Donds 8ha11 for tion 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 exerciee oftthe veto power. Adopted March 14, 1907. Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring. That the legislature of the State of California, at Its thirty- seventh session, commencing on the 7th day of January, nineteen hundred and seven, two-thirds of all the members elected to the twol&ouses of said legislature voting in favor thereof, hereby proposes that section 16 of article 4 of the cuaslUulion of the State tween the date of any of said bonds and the issue and sale thereof to a purchaser. SEC. 3. Tbe sum of one thousand dollars is hereby appropriated to pay the expense that may be incurred by the state treasurer In having said bonds prepared. Said amount shall be paid out of the San Francisco harbor improvement fund on controller's warrants, duly drawn for that purpose. SEC. 4. When the bonds authorized to be issued under this act shall be duly executed, they shall be by the state treasurer sold at public auction amended so as to read of California as follows: Section 1«. Kvery bill which may have pasued Die JeHtalature shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to with the year nineteen hundred and eighteen, the said treasurer 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 said 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 of the respective drawings by lot, as aforesaid, and also at the maturity of said state bonds, said treasurer shaU sell the United States or other bonds then la said sinking fund, at government market rates, aft' er advertising the sate thereof in the manner hereinbefore provided for the sale of bonds hereby authorized to be issued, and shall use the proceeds for th« payment of such bonds as may be drawn by lot, and at the maturity of ' said bonds outstanding shall pay and 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 at Extra Session by Senate Bill No. 7.) SENATE BILL No. 7. CHAPTER 4. An act to amend section five of the act entitled "An act to provide for the Issuance and wHo of state bonds to create a fund for the acquisition by the board of ttata harbor commlMloner* of a necessary area for a tidal basin for wharves, pier*, harbors, and appurtenances In the city and county of San Francisco to create a staking fund for the payment of said bonds; and defining the duties of state officer* in relation thereto; making an appropriation of one thousand doM lars 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, relating to the redemption of such bonds and creating a sinking fund for such purpose, and adding a new section to said act to be numbered section 10!/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 of 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 of the area of India basin on, the water front of the city and entratji of San Francisco, as provided in an act entitled "An act to authorize and direct the board of state harbor commissioners to institute condemnation redeem said matured outstanding) bonds out of said moneys In said fund' In extinguishment of said bonds on controller's warrants duly drawn for that purpose. SEC. 6. The state controller and to the highest bidder for cash, in such j the state treasurer shall keep full and parcels and numbers as said treasurer particular account and record of all shall be directed by the governor of the state, under seal thereof, after a 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 th<> par value of said bonds so offered; and he may, by public announcement at the place and ....... .... time fixed for the sale, continue such Journal and proceed to reconsider it.' sal-e, as to the whole of the bonds of- If, after such recommendation, it again i fered, or aiy pan thereof offered, to tho governor. If shall approve it, he it; but if not, he shall turn it, with his objections, to the ho«W! in which tt .-originated, which shall enter snoh (injections upon the pass both houses, by yeas ami nays, ! such time and place as he may select.! the state. two-t'hinlK of the ruenibeir ef-eoted to Due notice of the time «nd place of their proceedings under this act, and they shall traBsmlt to the governor an abstract of all such proceedings there- under, with an annual report, to be by the Rovernor laid before the legislature biennially; and all books and papers pertaining to the matter provided for In this act shall at all times be open to the inspection of any party interested, or the governor, or the attorney-general, or a committee of either branch of the legislature, or a joint committee of both, or any citizen of *>>«" by said pay the interest of con«. a law. notwithstanding .,he gov-! treasurer b,- publication an two news- ^ , hon s when the same fal s due error's obj,c,ions. If any bill shall Pa^.w published in th., c.i,y and coun- j ^ o ' r °the' sinking fund proZd !b,'- isco, and also by puo-1 ,„ thls act on cont roller's warrants newspaper published du i v drawn for thnt nnrnose hart exposition comyiuiy Slntll l» same is hen-by limitej to an not px«'edinit 'In 1 par val'ie stock ol said corporati(jv t-ui for liy siH'li stoclihoklerfv i i-d SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 34. , other pun Ions M ii )( . of the conatHution .if California ; Adoiitcd March ti, I!»n7. i The l-'iv^latuvo of til.- Stntf of ('»' , Ifornla, yi i's &7r h session, cumnuw.i. ! in;; oh th,c 7tU iiuy of ,'anuari, 1!H)7 i M v ii.'hiri,lK, of all the nie,;nliers vlectiu CHAPTER 31. Senate Goiwtitutiopa! ' t" <--ai li "' 1!| Amendment No. 34. A resolution Xr- 1 propose to the of California the tion 26 of article tion of said slatt, ^»lating to lot teric 3 and Vo fictitious sales of cor- ' Section C. The nubile *chool porate stock, etc. : .< m shall inclade day and »veniiif, el-; KU .,|, Mtatoiwnt, :i-v.'Dins'secondary s-'hools, normal |. t>r( .,j (,, thi/saim 'M'li.Hits. and technical'.school!, as unty { wliivh hav.- i,.,.,i :l,c ..stablished by the legislature, u- j H ,, Vt . ,-„,„. by -municipal or district authority no4 'lift returned within ten days after It wbaSl haw been present* d to him (Sundays exceptml), the snmp shall ". a law in like mannct as if he Biied "it. unless the legislature, by Hfljoiirniwiii, prevents sneh return, in which case it shall not tierorae a law., unles-i Uie governor, wilhin jthinj days hfier such adjournment ; (Sutoirys e.\(H"ptedi, shall slun-und deposit Tin sanif in the offioe off the secret ai-.t vf stau, in which ease it shall bewmie a law in like manner as if it hail buna sifted liy him heforv ad- ,ionrmii»;Bt. If any bill ptes-vtu-il to • i-ntitaiiiK Hovuntl i('.-n-B of the . . approfiribllnii »;! money, he may object n oiw- ui mor.«- Sterns, while approving In such . tot-^all a)> ( ,en<l »» the hill at She ty of San licaaion in one in the city c.f Oakland" and by publication in one "' " duly drawn for that purpose. SEC. 8. This act, if adopted by the shal takeffecton thirty- citv ing COBll Ol' K proceedings against certain property north of India basin and extending to Islais Creek in the city and county of San Francisco, and extending their jurisdiction over the same, and providing for the payment of judgments from the proceeds of bonds Issued and sold under the provisions 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 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 $1000 for the expense of printing said bonds; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the people." the state treasurer shall, Immediately after the issuance of the proclamation of tha governor, provided for in section 10 hereof, prepare one thousand suitable bonds of the state of California, in the denomination of one thousand dollars each. The whole Issue of said bonds sliall not exceed the sum of one million dollars, and said bonds shall bear proceeds of Uie sale ot such bonds shaD be forthwith paid over by said treasurer intti ,'he treasury, and must be l>f him l;ej..t in a separate fund to be known and 'designated at- the "Second Sail Franei,-ico Seawall Fund," and rausl bt' used exclusively foi the construction of wharves, piers, seawall, j state jailroad, spurs, and appurteo .....-•t v.ti., w» uv i_l *,lu»rt , f\. I./. Ilun-i..-^.. - - - ln<? hundred and eight, as to all its pro- interest at the rate of four per con- dur-1 visions except those relating to und I ' UI " Per annum, from the time of the The j necessary for its submission to the! sale, thereof, and both principal and people, and for returning canvassln" interest shall be payable In gold coin - - • - ... standard value, and iible at the office of at the expiration .„,,,.„,., „«,<-„„,,.,,„ ,u hUL-n haie. J n«? I necessary for its submission to the! sale thereof, and to n»?'*.,f ih" *« IT "V" S 1 i l 'i 1 " 1 1 [ )( '°P le . an(1 for returning, canvassing, interest shall be pa ««»n, n f^ i Franc ' ls<(r ' ?. arbor lnv and proclaiming the votes, and as o of the present sta rlZ'd K ,lr^,' . on ™ ntrolk - rs ^ said expected provisions this act ahall they shall be payab nuitbdub drbwn tor thai purpose. Th<. take eff ,. ct i mrm> diatelv. the state treasurer, SEC, 9. This act shall be siimbitted to the people of the State of California for their ratification at the next general election, to be holden in the month of November, A. D. nineteen hundred and eight, and all ballots at ll "' < here- on ' at 34. A resolution* ;l*!.U,m. v«*i*g in favor thereof, ,,,.„--, t ,- -^ £ ,. - /"^Muot'^lf. people of *he State • by liropos,- that n*etliin MX »t »rtic e i ,•„,,, unlMll . J ° } '; » | ' '"^ ' «^* r : amendment of sec. »i'»- *'l th.- «'onstitution «i the .sinte., tij ., s mo ((} . h(M .,; , )(lf „ .V-v^ii,! if e IV of the constitu- tof California be amended to n:bd its-.,,,,, ] ( . K | sl!nt|n . ,„..' ,, S esA/ m the KJV itt, j--lating to lot - -i^llows: : wnor shatl iranstui lo rlie 'hovse m ctiticuj sales of cor-! Section C. The public *chool HV« i w » li( , h ,,„. llin ,„,„,„ ,...,.. ".°.b.. "i anceB thereto o» the water frout of t..«- ap|'riopriu-jc!ty Httl count; of San " , , c '' r Ul " Siul c ' ell(1 thereof, the words, Seawall Act," or»A'iliated a etrjiy of I Resolved t>> tte Sena 1 ", tie l)ly cOUC'Urriiifr, tjiiii the i'-|;is! the State ul l.'alU'or;iia, at it.- BeBslon, cninnienciDK t>u tiie TtU day i of January, ISHiT, two-thirdf- "i iin members elected tv each ol ;bi i',:..ippi'ov<-d liy the 'l'he entire r»>von«»> derived from th» , la „,.„,„„ r , . ull , fTOn , tht . B ,. n SENATE BILL No. 461.. o ,.,.„, tu , (1 M( . htM1 , lax BhaU ,„, applied ' CM*rPTER 424. An art to provide for houses votluB In lavor t hereW. h.-iv .v I . x ,., urtlV ,. ly ,„ Uu . BU ,, pon O f ,,ay and the msuance 6nd sale of .tate bond. propOBCB that Boctlwa 2« ol artirle is ',, VIMll|ll , Hemontary st-houlH: but the to create a fund for the coMtru? ' ................. "' ....... of the constitution of th California be auii'nde<j so a^ as follows: Section ^t;. The legih»Uiti\, b»ve no power tu auihurlze t'rpriiH'K for or gift t'ntt'rpriiH'K for nuy purpose aud shall pass law.s to jirohiblt tlie r in jj"^j] Bfllu In this Htate of lotterr or B ifl t>u ' iHuwlal t«V t«5rprise ticlicus. or tickets iu aour j,, " ( t | 1( , B scheme iu the nature oC u !utt(»ry. The laglslature tliall pasg laws to proWblt ttoo ik'tlliou.-' liny Ing und selling o4' ttie Bhares of the capital stuck of corporations iu any stock board, Block exchange or t-.to: k market under *e ttontrol of any corporation cr associa tion. All contracts fur Un- purciiai?>; or sHle of shares of the f.ui>i!u,l stin^i of any corporation or a>#ociutiuj> without any Intention ou the jiurt n one party to deliver and of tlie other party to receive the shares, uud ecu templating merely the payment <•.:, differences between tlm contract ami j inavkot prices on diver." days, shall I,•• void, and neither pary m a;;y SIK-'I contract shall be entitled 'o rorov-.-r .-itait- "j , li.gisiann-,. may authorize and cause '" n ' a0 «o be levied a special state school tax lor the supiiort of day and evening M'<-ondaiy schools, and technical either of jui.'li scboob), Iu shall clmled in thii public whool system, derived from such b4< applied exclusive support of tlie schools for \\hieb such 6t>eciaJ lax shall be livlod to create a fund for the coMtru tion fry the board of state Harbor commissioners of wharves, tiers Drart« and war-rants upon said t:ii '. ! shall be <lrawn trjion and sb.-iTJ be ti.vi.i; out of skid fund in the san-» ruRn;u,»i •• as draft* and was rants are dti'«: on and piUd out sit the S;tn ":• ;. harbor irtiiirovememt fund. " SKC. U. For t1>" payment of thv principal Mid intent's! of said Imnds a (jinking fiiikd, to lit known and denlK- nated as ibf "Second San Fnuicisco Stniwall SU&Ing Fu»d." sliall l«, and i«i ! in a separate line under the same '-•'.'•:.. "Against the San Francisco .'"rtv.-ill Act," and opposite said lines tru-re shall be left spaces In which the " ters o1 ' stamp a cross to th,e same i». hereby created, fol- Indicate whether they vote for or against tin- said act, and those voting for said act shall do so by placing a cross opposite the words "For the San Francisco Seawall Act," and all those of nineteen years from their dale, subject, however, to redemption by lot as in this act hereinafter provided. Said bonds shall bear date the second day of January, 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 such of said bonds at; 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 the sale of the same; provided, that the first payment of interest shall lie made on the secoml day of January, A. D. nineteen hundred' and ten, on so many of said bonds as may have been theretofore sold. At •lows, to-wil. The jstati- tn»asurer| Include the- submission of this act t., shall, on tht- first, day of each and ev-.tho people, as aforesaid, In his proela- e) l y / montb ofU'r the SA.U-- of said bondts, mation calling for said gcnrril elec - """ voting against the said act shall do sol ttlp ( 'xpi''» | lon of nineteen years front by placing a cross opposite the words !","',!| iilto of Haid bonds, all bonds sold "AgalnHt the San Francisco Seawall '" Act." The governor of this state shall ASSEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. ap- n* «»=,„ tr '" the city and county of San Francisco; to create a sunk- ing fund for the payment of said bonds; und providing for the suto-, ! mission of this act to a vote of the! * peopie. I Approve,) March L'l, lliu; (The people of u^, state of (\,ij repr«'s.'iiicd j n S ei m i ( . u ,,,| ;!,;«,,„ , take from tht- Siin Francisco harbor fnipr»)vement fund such HUHI as. imil- tipll(H' by the time the bojids then E<ild and outstanding havo to run will tion. SEC. in. The votes , a: against this act shall lie <•< turned and canvassed, am equal the principal of th* bonds soldlta"7hp suni.- ,.„„„... and ovtatandmK at (he time said i the same rules as •« manner and subject to tes cast for state cease to bear interest and likewise all bonds redeemed by lot shall cease to hear Interest as in this act provided, and the said state treasurer shall call in, forthwith pay and cau- eel the wiune, out of nionoys In the India basin sinking fund provided for O1 'jin this act, and ho shall on the flvst, i' e - Monday of January, nineteen Inanity*, 1 ) declared and twenty-eight, also cancel and •'" f '' treasurer shall HO take sai« sum from i officeTs'au i i a pearHrV^d said Sun Francisco harbor Improve- shall have rece' .,. i -Haiti I meat fund., lesa th*- ainoi.ni thereto- tne votes c-t--t f ' " , ni ' 1 '' 01 " > ' °' foi-e tiikw therefnim ror t ;dd pur- unirt ,H>.r,>i,,), : ' , an "Kalnst tt IKIW; and be shall P l.'<, th. *un „ ~ Kim "'oreHBlrl. then '. , ,, ,,' . .'mi in h.tnie [.nail liave efft.pt nu i,,,f,,u,K,-,» CHAPTER 43. Assembly tlonal Amendment No. 24. tion to propose to the peopl State of Callfor .in, an amendment to the const,tutio amending secti nine thereof, education. Adopted forni-t, at its menciin; ou tin one posf; and te shall pl.'i ( th*- sum in the WKxinrt San Prancb!,, lienwall »)uklng fund »reat.'d by tiii- act Said state trriiKiiivv sliall. act at aloi-f-.said, then tho e effect as hereinbefore provided, and shall bo irrepealable un 1 1 the principal and interest of the j tion of wharves, pi, H shall be the duty of the utlon o< the State, by ' . . W " r , Vl '*• "!"V"- "-'«- = 'l!. sta,,- nla. which said Hmds shall b, k,,n in ,„ .. .„.;;„. ^,. ; : " '«; .» f ' « '">' or the numbered, and sha ;tion seven of article I I!!: " "'' ""'' a| ' ! " lrl< ''•"'<•"« »''» P«'|H-r r.'P.-|"K«'l<-. anpr,,,, iately la- 11..,'... ,,;.., 1, ' "' I|HU - tllls act >'" >' "lal" n'euHUrer. I relating to boards of ,, '., , L. ',. "I""' 5 ' '" ^'" l''i-'"else I beled; but I;.- must k.-e,, Always on earl, \-ount v oi^'j.i.rndrom.i'v'Tf' "" y "'' Suil! l>Onils 1 n [ , X<Y ' (M| '"" "illlloir hand a siiillpient anioiini of n:.>n«.v in i,,. , ,,1,11 hiVi, '•,,•'" on< ' !111 >' lllll(> wlli(> li I .March II I'm: j dollars (which s;ii,| wharv.-s. piers,' .said sinking fund with which to 'm v 11 ... . • , ,, ""•''"'»• ( ''"' ( 'n«hout this j | Wl .,.,i Ihe date of ,'• of the S.ate of r.di If''"^',' • stal ';, 1:l ! h ' oai , 1 ' M l |l ">'. and IIP- tho interest on sucli of tbe ..tat- b,,m) s „„.' /,,..„ ,.,!,;' }".\'"l, "',' xl rT'^dlnK, and the issue and i-ei'iilar session, com. < o,,!,,"""^ • •' "' " f """" lu "' bor neroln l»'«vidfd lo be issued us may ,)„. montii 01 ^ivember ' '" '" I 111n 'l'-i^er. ,1. 1,11,1,1, ../i ,,,.\ u^vuii .' ( ' llls "" f '' '" ''"' manner authorize.I provide means for the MnvniuMi nf in. . i.i.i, , '. """. •''ght, the costs of dollars Is herein' n stroy all bonds not theretofore sold. All bonds issued shall be signed by th«. governor, and countersigned by th«controller, and shall be endorsed by the state treasurer, and each shall have the seal of the state stamped thereon.. Kach boml shall contain M clause that it is subject to redomptlon by lot after the year nineteen hundred ' iKliteen. Interest coupons shall be at- each of said bonds, HO that coupons may bo removed without to or mutilation of the bond coupons shall bo consecutively numbered, and shall be signed by Iho state ireui-mrer. n,it no interest ou KC'iH'r.il "lection to h month of November, hundred and t ublicatlon shall be paid out of the the •^HmsTthM for may Intervene be- any of said bonds sale thereof to a purchaser. Sec. ;i. The sum of one thousand dollars Is hereby appropriated to pay " ' may be Incurred by any damages for lailu-e ,u perform ™j "w .Thinl,, of all the niotnhe^ sa ,d T w< Him ^ ?n m ," '" <>xct '" J tereat °» lhe bouUs """ ™V ** wW Sai F neisco Inrbo ,mr "' ' » the same or any money paid thoreua, elected tg each of thu houses of legl«- ^ ' re sh , Tr ,'' ol ',' r f V the stllto !ini1 o»t8"indinB. said treasurer shall Fund on w*Stroller's war , P n tu "H''^ «l> any court of this state )ftture Vl>ling ,„ favor thf ,, wf . ht , re t,y K™ 1 ^ 1 «f L ^» n • ^° ™°" thly , tftke fr ° m the San P"«c»»eo drawn for S?at purple V v „• -••»• issuauco of the i.-oclamatlon of the harbor IttiBTOvement fund, and pay SEC 12 This a^? m»v ha v i" 8 pald out of the San Francisco har-' oivv,. n. injs act may be known bor Improvement fund on controller's 1 the state treasurer In having said bonds prepared. Said amount shall

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