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at the same time and in the same manner and out of the same fund as is the salary of the assessor.

8. The district attorney, fifteen hundred dollars per annum. 9. The coroner, six hundred dollars per annum. 10. The public administrator, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law.

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

12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law; provided, he shall be given all work for the county in which the county employs a surveyor or civil engineer; and provided, further, that it shall be the duty of the board of supervisors of counties of this elass to so employ him.

13. Supervisors, each the sum of nine hundred dollars per annum for all services performed by them, as supervisors, and members of the board of equalization and road commissioners; provided, that each supervisor shall receive ten cents for each mile traveled by the ordinary route, in going from his residence to the county seat and returning, once during each month.

14. For the purpose of regulating the compensation of justices of the peace and constables, townships of this class of counties are hereby classified according to their population as shown by the federal census of nineteen hundred; townships having a population of two thousand four hundred and not over four thousand shall be classified as townships of the first class, and townships having a population of less than two thousand four hundred shall belong to and be known as townships of the second class.

15. In townships of the first class, justices of the peace shall receive sixty dollars a month to be paid each month out of the same fund and at the same time as the county officers are paid, and which sum shall be in full compensation for all services rendered by them in criminal cases.

In townships of the second class, justices of the peace shall receive fifty dollars per month to be paid each month out of the same fund and at the same time as the county officers are paid and which sum shall be in full compensation for all services rendered by them in criminal

16. Constables in counties of this class shall receive the following monthly salaries to be paid each month out of the same fund and at the same time as the county officers are paid, which sum shall be in full compensation for all services rendered by them in criminal cases, the same to include all costs of transportation of all prisoners within the county, to wit: Constables in townships of the first class shall receive a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars per month, and constables of townships of the second class shall receive a monthly salary of sixty dollars per month. Provided, further, that when any constable is required to serve a warrant of arrest or any other paper in a criminal case he

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shall be allowed mileage both going and coming, at the rate of ten cents per mile, but shall not be allowed any sum for any other expenses.

17. In counties of this class the official reporter of the superior court shall receive, as full compensation for taking notes in civil and criminal cases tried in said court, such fees as are now or may be hereafter provided by law; said compensation for per diem and transcription in criminal cases to be audited and allowed upon a written order of the court, and paid out of the county treasury, and in civil cases to be paid by the party ordering the same, or, when ordered by the judge, by either party, or jointly by both parties, as the court may direct.

Jurors' and witness fees, in criminal cases, shall be as follows:

18. For attending as a grand juror or a trial juror in the superior court, in criminal cases only, for each day's attendance, per day, three dollars; for each mile actually traveled in attending court as such juror under summons or under order of court, in criminal cases, in going only, per mile, twenty-five cents and the county clerk shall certify to the auditor the number of days' attendance and number of miles traveled by each juror, and the auditor shall then draw his warrant therefor and the treasurer shall pay the same.

Witness fees shall be as follows:

19. For each day's actual attendance, when legally required to attend upon the superior court, per day, one dollar and fifty cents in criminal

Mileage actually traveled, one way only, per mile, ten cents; provided, however, that such per diem and mileage shall only be alTowed on a showing to the court, by the witness, that he is in indigent circumstances and is unable to bear the expense incident to attending court, while required so to do, and that such per diem and mileage are necessary for the expenses of the witness in attending; and the court shall determine the necessity of the same, and shall then make an order directing the auditor to draw his warrant on the county treasurer for the amount allowed, and the treasurer shall pay the same. The court mar disallow any fee to a witness unnecessarily subpoenaed. [Amendmen. approved February 28, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 221.]

See note to § 4230.
Salaries of officers in counties of fortieth class. Calaveras.

§ 4269. In counties of the fortieth class, the county officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their office, the following salaries, to wit:

1. The county clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars per annum.

2. The sheriff, three thousand five hundred dollars per annum, and a jailer at fifty dollars per month, to be paid out of the county treasury; provided, the sheriff shall also receive for his own use and benefit his necessary expenses in all oriminal cases, to be allowed as other county charges are allowed by law; and provided, further, that the sheriff shall also receive for his own use and benefit the mileage, fees and commission

for all services of all papers whatsoever issued by any court of the state.

3. The recorder, one thousand five hundred dollars per annum. In counties of this class the recorder may appoint a copyist for service in. bis office, which office of copyist for the county recorder is hereby created, and said copyist shall receive as compensation for his services the sum of nine hundred dollars per annum, to be paid out of the county treasury in equal monthly installments in the same manner and at the same time as other county officers are paid.

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

6. The tax collector, twelve hundred dollars per annum and ten per cent of all licenses collected by him; and a deputy, at four dollars per day for not more than one hundred days in any one year, to be paid out of the county treasury.

7. The assessor, two thousand five hundred dollars per annum and two deputies at a salary of five dollars each per day for not more than one hundred days in any one year, and two deputies additional, at a salary of five dollars each per day for not more than fifty days in any one year; such deputies to be paid out of the county treasury.

8. The district attorney, two thousand dollars per annum and necessary traveling expenses to be allowed by the board of supervisors.

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

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

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

12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law; provided, he shall be given all work for the county in which the county employs a surveyor or civil engineer.

13. In counties of this class, the township officers shall receive the following compensations, to wit: In townships having a population of over four thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of sixty dollars per month, and constables a monthly salary of sixty-five dollars per month. The above-named salaries shall be in full compen. sation for all services of said justices of the peace and constables in criminal cases, but said justices of the peace and constables may retain for their own use the fees allowed by law in civil cases.

In townships having a population of more than twenty-seven hun. dred, and not exceeding four thousand, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of thirty dollars per month, and constables a monthly salary of forty dollars per month. The above-named salaries shall be in full compensation for all services of said justices of the peace and constables in criminal cases, but said justices of the peace and constables may retain for their own use the fees allowed by law in civil cases.

In townships having a population of more than two thousand and less than twenty-seven hundred, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of twenty-five dollars per month and constables a monthly salary of thirty-five dollars per month. The above-named salaries shall be in full compensation for all services of said justices of the peace and constables in criminal cases, but said justices of the peace and constables may retain for their own use the fees allowed by law in civil cases.

In townships having a population of less than two thousand, justiees of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of twenty dollars per month and constables a monthly salary of twenty-five dollars per month.

The above-named salaries shall be in full compensation for all services of said justices of the peace and constables in criminal cases, but said justices of the peace and constables may retain for their own use the fees allowed by law in civil cases; provided, that where a constable shall be required to travel outside of his own township, in serving or executing a warrant of arrest or any other paper in a criminal case, he shall be allowed, in addition to the salary hereinbefore provided, his actual expenses incurred in serving or executing the same, to be allowed by the board of supervisors; for transporting prisoners to the county jail, the actual expenses of such transportation; and provided, further, that for the purpose of this subdivision, the population of the several town. ships shall be ascertained by multiplying the number of registered voters at the last general election of each township, by five. In addition to the above salaries allowed said justices of the peace and constables, for their services in criminal cases, they may retain for their own use the fees allowed by law in civil cases.

14. Each supervisor, six hundred dollars per annum and twenty cents per mile, traveling to county seat, which shall be in full compensation for all services, both as supervisor and road commissioner; provided, that in case the said supervisors shall not serve as road commissioners, the salary for supervisor shall be four hundred dollars per annum.

15. For attending as a grand juror, or a trial juror in criminal and civil cases in the superior court, for each day's attendance, three dol. lars; for each mile actually traveled one way as such grand juror, or trial juror, in the superior court, under summons or order of the court, twenty-five cents. The county clerk shall certify to the auditor the number of days' attendance, and the number of miles traveled by each juror and the auditor shall then draw his warrant therefor and the treasurer shall pay the same. (Amendment approved April 27, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 1178.]

There was another amendment of this section at the same session of the legislature. See Stats. 1911, p. 224. See, also, note to 4230. Salaries of officers in counties of forty-first class. Amador.

§ 4270. In counties of the forty-first class, the county officers shall receive as compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their office, the following salaries, to wit:

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1. The county clerk, ono thousand five hundred dollars per annum, and one deputy clerk, which office of deputy clerk is hereby expressly created. The office of deputy clerk shall be filled by the clerk by appointment, with the consent of the board of supervisors manifested by at least a four-fifths vote thereof, and said deputy clerk is to be at all times as to his duties under the supervision and control of the clerk, and said deputy clerk shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per

2. The sheriff, four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; provided, the sheriff shall also receive for his own use and benefit his necessary expenses in all criminal cases, to be allowed as other county eharges are allowed by law; and provided, further, that the sheriff shall also receive for his own use and benefit, the mileage, fees, and commissions for all services of all papers whatsoever issued by any court of the state outside of his county.

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

6. The tax collector, five hundred dollars per annum; provided, as license collector, he shall, in addition, be entitled to receive, and retain for his own use and benefit, ten per cent on all licenses collected by him.

7. The assessor, one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum. The assessor shall appoint a deputy or deputies when needed, at a per diem of five dollars, but the salaries of such deputy or deputies shall not exceed in the aggregate the sum of twelve hundred and fifty dollars.

8. The district attorney, one thousand eight hundred dollars per andum; provided, he may charge and receive for his own use necessary expenses for traveling on county and public business, to be allowed as other county charges are allowed by law.

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

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

11. The superintendent of schools, fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and actual traveling expenses when visiting the schools of his county, which expenses shall not exceed three hundred dollars per annum and shall be allowed and paid as a county charge.

12. The surveyor, such fees as are now or may be hereafter allowed by law; provided, he shall be given all work for the county in which the county employs one surveyor or civil engineer,

13. In counties of this class the township officers shall receive the following compensation, to wit:

In townships having a population of three thousand or more, justices of the peace shall receive a monthly salary of forty dollars per month, and constables a monthly salary of sixty dollars per month.

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