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State Board of Health.

Insurance Commissioner.

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Rewards.

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Equalization, when traveling on official business, four thousand dollars;

For salary of Secretary of the State Board of Health, five thousand dollars;

For mileage and expenses of the State Board of Health, two thousand five hundred dollars;

For salary of the Insurance Commissioner, six thousand dollars;

For salary of the Clerk of the Insurance Commissioner, three thousand two hundred dollars;

For rent and contingent expenses in the office of the Insur

ance Commissioner, four thousand dollars; Employés For pay of employés of State Capitol buildings and grounds,

thirty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars;

For water for irrigating, purchase of hose, and implements to be used on the State Capitol grounds, three thousand dollars;

For repairs to the State Capitol and the furniture, six Capitol.

thousand dollars;

For water to be used in the State Capitol building, twelve hundred dollars;

For payment of rewards offered by the Governor, four

thousand dollars; Arresting For arresting criminals without the limits of the State,

four thousand dollars; Highway For rewards for the arrest and conviction of highway rob

bers, six thousand dollars; Traveling For traveling expenses of the Surveyor-General and the Attorney- Attorney-General, when engaged in contests between the General and State and United States about public lands, one thousand

dollars;

For payment of interest on one hundred thousand dollars, at seven per cent per annum, to the Directors of the Hastings College of Law, fourteen thousand dollars;

For purchase of ballot paper, and not to be used till the paper is needed to supply demands, seven thousand dollars;

For purchase of Supreme Court Reports, five thousand four hundred dollars;

For official advertising, one thousand five hundred dollars; advertising.

not to be used by any public institution or department for the support of which an appropriation has been made;

For the restoration and preservation of fish in the waters of the State, and stocking such waters with new varieties, ten thousand dollars;

For stationery, fuel, and lights for the Legislature and State officers, twenty-five thousand dollars;

For services of Registers and Receivers of United States Land Offices, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For salary of the Guardian of the Yosemite Valley, two Valley.

thousand dollars;

For traveling expenses of the Board of Commissioners of the Yosemite Valley, two thousand dollars;

For the uses of the Board of State Viticultural Commissioners, to be expended pursuant to the provisions of an Act approved March fourth, one thousand eight hundred and

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eighty-one, and not more than one half thereof to be expended during the thirty-fifth fiscal year, twenty thousand dollars;

For traveling expenses of the State Board of Education, Education, five hundred dollars;

For support of the State Normal School at San José, eighty Normal thousand dollars;

For support of the Branch Normal School at Los Angeles, Barselor thirty thousand dollars;

For education and care of the deaf, dumb, and blind, Deaf, Dumb, eighty-eight thousand dollars;

For the Mechanical and Mining Arts College at the State Mining Arts University, to continue the operation thereof and advance the instruction therein, eighteen thousand dollars, of which amount ten thousand dollars shall be expended for the Mechanical and eight thousand for the Mining Art College thereof; For continuing the special investigations and operations Agricultural

investigaof the Agricultural. Department of the State University, tions. fifteen thousand dollars:

For care of the State burial grounds, two hundred dollars; State Burial

For support of the Insane Asylum at Stockton, three hundred and sixty thousand dollars;

For support of the Insane Asylum at Napa, three hundred Insane Asyand eighty-five thousand dollars; For the purpose of painting the Napa State Asylum for the Insane Any

lum Sapu. Insane, the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, to be drawn during the thirty-fifth fiscal year;

For fencing for the lands of the Napa State Asylum for the Insane, the sum of three thousand dollars, to be drawn during the thirty-fifth fiscal year;

For transportation of the insane to the Asylums, fifty-two Trunsportuthousand dollars;

For support of the State Prison at San Quentin, one hun- State Prison dred and twenty thousand dollars;

For support of the Branch State Prison at Folsom, one state Prison hundred and sixty thousand dollars;

For transportation of prisoners to the State Prisons, forty- Transportatwo thousand dollars;

For aid of the State Agricultural Society, fifteen thousand state dollars;

Agricultural For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number One, four thousand dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Two, three thousand dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Three, three thousand dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Four, three thousand dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Five, two thousand four hundred dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Six, two thousand four hundred dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Seven, two thousand four hundred dollars:

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For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Eight, two thousand four hundred dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Nine, one thousand six hundred dollars:

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Ten, one thousand six hundred dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Eleven, two thousand four hundred dollars;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Twelve, one thousand six hundred dollars, when organized;

For aid of District Agricultural Society, Number Thirteen, three thousand dollars, when organized;

For salaries of Justices of the Supreme Court, eighty-four thousand dollars;

For salary of the Reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court, five thousand dollars;

For salary of the Deputy Reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court, four thousand eight hundred dollars;

For salary of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, six thousand dollars;

For salaries of Deputy Clerks of the Supreme Court, eighteen thousand dollars;

For salaries of Secretaries of the Justices of the Supreme Court, six thousand four hundred dollars;

For salaries of the Bailiffs of the Supreme Court, and for performing the work of porters also for the Court, four thousand eight hundred dollars;

For pay of a porter for the Clerk of the Supreme Court, six hundred dollars;

For postage, expressage, and contingent expenses of the Supreme Court, two hundred dollars;

For postage, expressage, and contingent expenses of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, five hundred dollars;

For the expenses of the Supreme Court which may be incurred under section forty-seven of the Code of Civil Procedure, thirty-two thousand and eight hundred dollars;

For the State's portion of the salaries of the Superior Judges, two hundred and thirty-eight thousand dollars;

For the mileage and pay of Presidential Electors, five hundred dollars;

For the sum appropriated to the State University by an Act approved March fourth, eighteen hundred and eightyone, which is hereby re-appropriated, four thousand seven hundred and eighty-five dollars;

For salaries of the Bank Commissioners, eighteen thousand dollars;

For salary of the Clerk of the Board of Bank Commissioners, three thousand six hundred dollars;

For traveling expenses of the Bank Commissioners, when on official business, three thousand dollars;

For stationery, fuel, and lights, for the Bank Commissioners, four hundred dollars;

For postage, expressage, and contingent expenses of the Bank Commissioners, four hundred dollars;

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State
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For rent of office for Bank Commissioners, one thousand cight hundred dollars; For Physical Laboratory of State University, five thousand State

University five hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction Departments of the Professor of Physics;

For department of Engineering, State University, five thousand dollars;

For continuing and completing work of the department of Viticulture of the State University, two thousand dollars;

For continuing the work of the Agricultural Laboratory of the State University, one thousand eight hundred dollars;

For salary of the Secretary of the Lake Bigler Forestry Forestry. Commission, three thousand dollars;

For furnishing the Bacon Library building, two thousand Bacon five hundred dollars;

For plumbing, repairing of roof, and ventilation of the Repairs to Senate and Assembịy chambers, and water-closets in and painting and renovating of the State Capitol, fifteen thousand dollars, all of which sum may be drawn in the thirtyfifth fiscal year.

For indexing the laws and journals in the office of Sec- Indexing. retary of State, four hundred dollars.

SEC. 2. The sums herein appropriated for the contingent Appropria expenses of the Senate and Assembly, shall be disbursed usel. under the direction of the bodies respectively to which they belong, and shall not be subject to the provisions of section six hundred and seventy-two of the Political Code. No money appropriated for the support of the institutions of the State shall be used for permanent improvements, but shali be applied solely to the payment of the salaries and traveling expenses of the Commissioners or Directors of the institutions, when their salaries and traveling expenses are by law made payable from such appropriations, the salaries of the employés, the purchase of materials and supplies for the use of the specified institutions, and such incidental expenses as may be necessary for the proper maintenance thereof.

Sec. 3. The State officers, except the Governor and the culicers officers of the institutions under the control of the State, to ment. whom and for which appropriations other than for salaries are made by this Act, shall, with their biennial report, submit a detailed statement under oath of the manner in which such appropriations (other than for salaries) for their respective departments and institutions have been expended; and the State Board of Examiners are hereby expressly prohibited from allowing any demands payable out of such appropriations until the same shall have been presented in itemized form, stating specifically the service rendered, by whom performed, time employed, distance traveled, and necessary expense thereof; if for articles purchased, together with the price paid for each, and of whom purchased, with the date of the purchase; provided, that no officer shall use any money appropriated by this Act for any purpose whatever except he be authorized by law to make such use of it.

Sec. 4. Not more than one half of any sum appropriated under this Act shall be expended during the thirty-fifth fiscal

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year, unless such sum is exempted from the operation of this

section. Expenditure Sec. 5. The officers of the various departments, Boards, prohibited. Commissioners, and institutions, for whose benefit and sup

port appropriations are made by this Act, are expressly forbidden any expenditure in excess of such appropriations, except the unanimous consent of the State Board of Examiners be first obtained, and a certificate in writing of the unavoidable necessity for such expenditure, duly signed by every member of said Board; and any indebtedness attempted to be created against the State in violation of the provisions of this section shall be absolutely null and void.

CHAPTER XLII.

An Act making an appropriation of eleven thousand dollars for

the protection and improvement of the buildings and grounds of the State University.

[Approved March 9, 1883.]

Improving University grounds.

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

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The sum of eleven thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of protecting and improving the buildings, site, and grounds of the University of California.

SEC. 2. This Act shall take effect immediately.

CHAPTER XLIII.

An Act to amend sections six hundred and twenty-six, six hun

dred and thirty-one, six hundred and thirty-two, six hundred and thirty-four, and six hundred and thirty-six, and to repeal sections six hundred and twenty-seven, six hundred and twentyeight, and six hundred and twenty-nine, of an Act entitled an Act to establish a Penal Code, approved February 14, 1872, relating to the preservation of game and fish.

[Approved March 9, 1883.]

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

Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section six hundred and twenty-six of the Penal Code is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

626. Every person who, in the State of California, between the first day of March and the first day of October in each year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills, or destroys quail, partridges,

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