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Sec. 3. In the Second Judicial District in the County of Santa Second district. Barbara on the first Monday of May, August, and November. In the County of San Luis Obispo ou the first Monday of March, June, and September.

Sec. 4. In the Fourth Judicial District on the first Monday of Fourth district. February, April, June, August, October and December.

Sec. 5. In the Fifth Judicial District, in the County of San Joa- Fifth district. quin, on the third Monday of January, April and July, and on the second Monday in October. In Calaveras County on the first Monday of February, June and October. In Tuolumne County on the third Mouday of February, June and October. In Muriposa County on the first Monday of March, July and November.

Sec. 6. In the Sixth Judicial District, or the first Monday of sixth district. February, April, June, August, October and December.

Sec. 7. In the Seventh Judicial District, in the County of Sola- Seventh district. no, on the third Monday of January, April and October. In the Counties of Contra Costa on the first Monday of January, April and October. In the County of Napa, on the first Monday (of) February, May and November. In the County of Sonoma, on the third Monday of February, May and November. In the County of Marin on the first Monday of March, June and December.

Sec. 8. In the Eighth Judicial District in the County of Klamath Eighth district. on the second Monday of April, first Monday in June, and second Monday in October. In Siskiyou on the first Monday in May, August and November.

Sec. 9. In the Ninth Judicial District, in the County of Butte, Ninth district. on the second Mondays of March and June, on the fourth Monday of August, and on the third Monday of December. In the County of Shasta, on the fourth Monday of March and Juve, on the second Monday of September, on the fourth Monday of November. In the County of Colusi, on the first Monday of May and August, on the third Monday of October.

Sec. 10. In the Tenth Judicial District, in the County of Sutter, Tenth district. on the third Monday of February, June and October. In the County of Yuba, on the third Monday of January, second Monday of March and May, the third Monday of July, and the second Mondays of September and November.

Sec. 11. In the leventh Judicial District, in the County of El Filerinta Dorado, on the fourth Monday in January, on the second Monday in May, and on the third Mondays in August and November. In the County of Placer, on the second Monday of January, and on the third Mondays of April, July and October. In the County of Yolo, on the third Monday in March, on the first Monday in August, and on the third Monday in December.

Sec. 12. All laws and parts of laws conflicting with any of the Laws repealed, provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.

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CHAPTER CXCII.

AN ACT

To fix the Compensation of District Attorneys for the several Counties

of this State.

(Approved May 4, 1855.)

The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:

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Section 1. The District Attorneys of the several counties of this Compensation. State shall receive for their services anuually the following sums.

First. Of the County of San Francisco, four thousand (4000) dollars; and Sacramento, El Dorado and Yuba, three thousand dollars

each. Second. Of the Counties of Placer and Nevada, two thouThird. sand five hundred dollars. Third. Of the County of Siskiyou, one

thousand eight hundred dollars. Fourth. Of the Counties of Butte, Tuolumne, San Joaquin, Calaveras and Shasta, two thousand dollars. Fifth. Of the Counties of Sutter, Klamath, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Sonoma, Marin, Los Angeles, Mariposa and Stanislaus, one thousand two hundred dollars. Sixth. Of the County of Plumas, one thousand six hundred dollars. Seventh. Of the Counties of

Sierra, Amador, Colusi, Solano and Trinity, one thousand five hunEighth.

dred dollars. Eighth. Of the Counties of Alameda, Yolo and Napa, one thousand dollars. Vinth. Of the Counties of Santa Barbara, Humbolt, Monterey, nine hundred dollars. Tenth. Of the Counties of Santa Cruz, and Merced, six hundred dollars. Eleventh. Of the Counties of San Diego, San Louis Obispo and Tulare, five hundred dollars. Twelfth. Of the County of San Bernardino, two hundred dollars ; provided, that up to the time when this Act shall take effect, all District Attorneys aforesaid shall be compensated according to their respective salaries, as heretofore fixed by the Courts of Sessions, or Board of Supervisors of their several Counties.

Sec. 2. The salaries of the District Attorneys, as fixed by this Act, shall quarterly be audited and paid in the same manner as the

salaries of County Judges are by law audited and paid. Laws repealed. Sec. 3. All laws and parts of laws authorizing ihe Courts of Ses

sions or Boards of Supervisors of the several Counties of this State, to fix the compensation of District Attorneys, are hereby repealed.

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Salaries audited.

CHAPTER CXCIII.

AN ACT

Authorizing Joseph S. Wallis and Sarah Wallis to change the

name of their infant son Talbot Howard Green to Talbot How. ard Wallis.

(Approved May 4, 1855.)

The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly do enact as follows :

Section 1. It shall be lawful for Joseph S. Wallis and Sarah Name changed. Wallis, to change the name of their infant son Talbot Howard Green to Talbot Howard Wallis.

CHAPTER CXCIV.

AN ACT

To Establish a Prominent Boundary Line between the Counties

of Stanislaus and Tuolumne.

(Approved May 4, 1855.)

The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows :

Section 1. The north eastern boundary of the County of Stan- Boundary line. islaus separating the said County from the County of Tuolumne, is hereby permanently established as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of San Joaquin County, at the corner where said County adjoins the County of Calaveras, and running in a south-easterly course on a direct line to the Big Falls on the Tuolumne river, in the mouth of the large canon one mile north of Dye's Saw Mill, (near Spark's old ferry) crossing the Tuolumne river at the point above described, and continuing the same parallel direction to the live separating the Counties of Tuolumne and Merced.

Sec. 2. The Surveyor General of this State shall within ninety Duty of Surdays after the passage of this Act, survey and mark (or appoint veyor General. some suitable person to survey and mark) the said boundary line as described in the first section of this Act; and shall receive such com- Compensation pensation therefor, as may be allowed by law; provided, that he file

; in the offices of the clerks of Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties, within

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thirty days after the completion of said survey, certified copies of the said boundary survey, including marks, courses and distances, which plat and certificate shall be placed on the records of the respective Counties, retaining one copy to be placed on file in the office of the Surveyor General of this State.

Sec. 3. The Assessor of the County of Stanislaus, shall make return to the Supervisors of Stanislaus County, of the number of inhabitants, and taxable property at the time of the passage of this Act, between the line defined by this Act, and the line heretofore surveyed by the Surveyor of Stanislaus County, and the number and value so ascertained shall form the basis for so much of the County debt as shall be assumed by the County of Stanislaus, and paid to the County of Tuolumne, in manner provided by law.

Basis of debt.

CHAPTER CXCV.

AN ACT

To Fund the Debt of the County of San Diego, and Provide

for the Payment of the same.

(Approved May 4, 1855.)

The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:

Treasurer to

Section 1. That with a view to fund the debt of the County of San Diego, in this State, and to provide for the payment thereof, the Treasurer of said County shall cause to be prepared, bonds for an amount equal to the present County indebtedness, together with all indebteduess that shall have accrued on or before the first day of

July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five ; said bonds shall be Denomination. of the denomination of one hundred, and five hundred dollars each, Purport. and each and every bond shall purport in substance, that the County

of San Diego owes to the holder thereof, a sum expressed therein, bearing an interest of ten per cent. per annum, from date of issue ; the interest to be paid on presentation at the office of the County Treasurer, on the first day of January and July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty six, and on the first day of January and July of every year thereafter, until said bonds shall be paid and liqnidated, said bonds shall be duc and payable at the office of the County Treas

urer, on or before the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred By whom and sixty-five, said bonds shall be signed by the County Judge, counsigned.

tersigned by the County Auditor, and endorsed by the County Treas

urer, and shall have the seal of the County annexed thereto. Duty of

Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the County Judge to keep an acCounty Judge.

count of the number, denomination, and amount of all bonds signed by him in accordance with the provisions of this Act; it shall be the duty

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of the County Auditor to furnish the County Treasurer of San Diego Duty of Auditor. County, a certified copy of the record of all warrants, issued from bis office, since the organization of the County, for all indebtedness of said County accruing prior to July first, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. It shall be the duty of the County Treasurer to examine all warrants presented for funding, and ascertain if they are the true and correct ones issued, according to the Treasurer's and Auditor's books, corresponding with the entries therein, and no other than those shall be considered true and lawful warrants to be funded, and it shall be the duty of the Treasurer and Auditor aforesaid each Duty of to keep a separate record of all such bonds as may be issued, show. Treasurer. ing the number, date, amount of said bonds, and to whom issued.

Sec. 3. Any person holding true and lawful warrants against the Warrants County of San Diego, as provided in the second section of this Act, exchanged. . shall have the privilege of receiving in exchange therefor, ten per cent. bonds as provided for in the first section of this Act, and the Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to issue said bonds to the persons Issuo of bonds. holding said warrants, at the rate of one hundred cents for each dollar of principal and interest, accrued on said warrants, on the first day of July, A. D., one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five; provided, that said Proriso. warrants be presented at the County Treasurer's office, within sixty days after the said first day of July, A.D., one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.

SEC. 4. All bonds issued in exchange for warrants shall bear date Date of bonds. on the second day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. The Treasurer shall endorse on the back of each warrant by him ex- Endorsement changed for bond as aforesaid, the date on which he redeemed the same, and from whom received, and shall file the same in his office so endorsed and keep a record of the same, giving the number, date, and amount of Record of bonds. the warrants.

Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the County Judge and County Audi- Duty of Auditor tor, together, to attend at least once in every two weeks, at the office of the and Judge. County Treasurer, until the expiration of the time within which warants can be funded in accordance with this Act, to examine all warrants re. deemed by the said Treasurer, and cause the same to be registered and canceiled in such a manner, as to prevent their being re-issued or put in circulation; at the senii-monthly ineetings aforesaid, the several County officers aforesaid shall compare their respective records of the date, number and amount of the bonds respectively signed, countersigned and endorsed by them, and ascertain whether or no any bonds bave been wrongfully' issued, or warrants wrongfully redeemed by the County Treasurer.

Sec. 6. The County Treasurer shall keep an account of the expen- Account of ses actua iy incurred by him, in the purchase of the necessary record °xpetides. books required to carry into effect the provisions of this Act, and present the same to the Board of Supervisors of said County, who shall au. dit and allow the same, and the same shall be paid out of any movey in the County Treasury not otherwise appropriated; prorided, that the to- Proviso. tal expense as aforesaid shall not exceed fifty dollars. Sec. 7. The County Treasurer shall cause bonds to be procured to Bonds to ho

procured. an amount equal to the amount of the outstanding indebtedness of the County on the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five; said bonds shall conform in every particular to the requirements of the first and fourth sections of this Act; coupons for the interest shall be Coupons. attached to each bond, so that the coupon may be removed without in.

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