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turer, importer, agent or dealer; but said sample shall be drawn in the presence of said party or parties in interest, or their representatives. In lots of five tons or less, samples shall be drawn from at least ten packages, or, if less than ten packages are present, all shall be sampled; in lots of over five tons, not less than twenty packages shall be sampled. The samples so drawn shall be thoroughly mixed, and from it two equal samples shall be drawn and placed in glass vessels, carefully sealed, and : label placed on each, stating the name or brand of the insecticide or material sampled, the name of the party from whose stock the sample was drawn, and the time and place of drawing; and said label shall also be signed by the said director or his deputy making such inspection, and by the party or parties in interest or their representatives present at the drawing and sealing of said samples. One of said duplicate samples shall be retained by the party whose stock was sampled, and the other by the director of the agricultural experiment station of the University of California. Publication of results of analyses.

§ 15. The director of the agricultural experiment station of the University of California shall publish in bulletin form, from time to time, at least annually, the results of the analyses, hereinbefore provided with such additional information as circumstances may advise. Appropriation.

§ 16. There is hereby provided for carrying out the purposes of this act, out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of five thousand dollars for each fiscal year hereafter, beginning with the first day of July, 1911. Persons who may not be interested in sale, etc.

§ 17. All persons charged with the enforcement or execution of any of the provisions of this act shall not directly or indirectly be interested in the sale, manufacture or distribution of any insecticide or fungicide affected by this act. Disposition of fees.

§ 18. All moneys, whether received from registry and analytical fees or special license fees shall be paid to the secretary of the board of regents of the University of California for the use of said board in carry. ing out the provisions of this act. Repealed.

§ 19. An act to prevent fraud in the sale of paris green used as an insecticide, chapter LIII, page 69, Statutes of 1901, is hereby repealed.

$ 20. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after July 1, 1911.

TITLE 78.

ADVERTISEMENTS. АСТ 52. . An act prohibiting the placing or maintaining of signs, mechanical de

vices, transparencies, pictures or advertisements on or upon property of the state of California, or on or upon property of any city, city and county or county in the state of California, and prohibiting the placing or maintaining of any signs, mechanical devices, transparen. cies, pictures or advertisements upon property of any person or private corporation without consent in writing therefor having been first obtained, and providing a penalty for the violation of the provisions of this act, and declaring such signs, mechanical devices, transparencies, pictures and advertisements to be a public nuisance.

[Approved April 21, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 957.] Unlawful to place signs without permission.

§ 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, persons or corporation to place, cause to be placed or to maintain, or cause to be maintained without lawful permission on or upon any property, either real or personal, belonging to the state of California, or to any city, city and county or county in the state of California, any sign, picture, transparency, advertisement or mechanical device which is used for the purpose of or which does advertise or bring to notice any person or persons or article or arti. cles of merchandise or any business or profession or anything that is to be or has been sold, bartered or given away. Consent of owners of property.

§ 2. It shall be unlawful for any person, persons or corporation to place, cause to be placed, maintain, or cause to be maintained on or upon any property, either real or personal, within the state of California, in which said person, persons or corporations have no estate or right of possession, any sign, picture, transparency, advertisement or mechanical device which is used for the purpose of, or which does advertise or bring to notice any person or persons, or article or articles of merchandise or any business or profession or anything that is to be or has been sold, bartered or given away, unless such person, persons or corporation obtain the consent of the owner or owners, lessee or lessees of said property, or person or persons in lawful possession of said property before such sign, pieture, transparency, advertisement or mechanical device is placed on or upon said property. Lawful notices. Road signs.

§ 3. Nothing berein sball be so construed as to prevent the posting of any notice required by law or order of any court, to be posted, nor to prevent the posting or placing of any notice, particularly pertaining to the grounds or premises upon which the same is so posted or placed, or to prevent the posting or placing of any notice, sign, or device used exclusively for giving public notice of the name, direction or condition of any highway, street, lane, road or alley. Nuisance.

§ 4. Any such sign, picture, transparency, advertisement or mechanical device so placed on any property, contrary to the provisions of this act, is and shall be a public nuisance. Penalty.

§ 5. Any person violating any of the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

TITLE 10.

AGRICULTURE. ACT 67.

Citations. App. 9/232. ACT 69.

Citations. App. 9/282. ACT 76. An act to provide for the improvement of the cereal crops of California,

and appropriate money therefor.

[Approved April 21, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 1051.] University to make experiments for improvement of cereals. Results to

be published. § 1. The governor of the state of California is hereby directed, and it is hereby made his duty to cause to be made under the supervision and direction of the director of the agricultural experiment station of the University of California, such investigations and experiments as he may deem best for the purpose of discovering and making known such improved methods of cereal culture in the state of California as will increase the yield of cereals in said state, and increase the percentage of gluten in said cereals, or otherwise improve the quality thereof. The said gov. ernor shall have the exclusive charge and control of all moneys appropriated hereby, to be used in employing such expert and scientific assistants as be may deem necessary, and for the paying of the expenses of carrying on the experiments herein provided for. He shall from time to time publish the results of such experimental and investigational work as may have been done, for general distribution. Appropriation.

§ 2. The sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be paid to the governor to be used for the purpose of this act, one-half thereof to be expended duricg

the sixty-third fiscal year, and one-half thereof to be expended during the sixty-fourth fiscal year, and the controller is hereby directed to draw his warrant on the general fund from time to time for such proportion of said sum of fifteen thousand dollars, and in favor of such persons as the governor shall direct; and the state treasurer is hereby empowered and direeted to pay the same.

§ 3. This act is exempted from the provisions of section 672 of the Political Code.

§ 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after the date

of its passage.

ACT 77.
An act providing for the investigation of the nature and means of con-

trol of destructive diseases of cultivated plants in those portions of
the state not benefited by the Southern California Pathological
Laboratory, and making an appropriation therefor.

[Approved April 21, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 1052.] University to maintain laboratory for investigating diseases of trees and

plants. § i. The regents and the president of the University of California are hereby directed to maintain, in connection with the agricultural experiment work of the university in those portions of the state not benefited by the Southern California Pathological Laboratory, a scientific station or laboratory with the necessary equipment for the investigation of the nature and means of control of injurious and destructive diseases of cultivated trees, plants and crops. Pear blight, etc. Information to growers. ; $ 2. They are directed to make or cause to be made investigations of ! such troubles as pear blight, peach blight, olive knot, apricot failures, pear scab, apple diseases, root rot, root knot, diseases of tomatoes, potatoes, asparagus, onions, and other vegetables, and such other plant diseases as may be called to their attention. They shall also furnish information and practical demonstration to the growers of these crops as to the best means of control of such diseases. Appropriation.

§ 3. The sum of fifteen thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated to be expended by the regents of the University of California in carrying out the purposes of this act and the state controller is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrant for the same, payable to the regents of the University of California, and the treasurer of the state is hereby directed to pay such warrant.

§ 4. This act is hereby exempted from the provisions of section 672 of the Political Code.

ACT 78.
An act authorizing and directing the directors of the State Agricultural

Society to plow, check and plant the infield, grade and gravel walks
and drives, park the grounds, improve the system of fire protection,
and construct public conveniences on the state fair grounds, at Agri-
cultural Park, near the city of Sacramento, state of California, and
making an appropriation therefor.

[Approved April 21, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 1061.] Agricultural Society to make improvements.

§ 1. The directors of the State Agricultural Society are hereby authorized and directed to make the necessary arrangements, either by day's work or by contract, subject to the approval of the state engineer and pursuant to the law governing such work, for plowing and checking what is known as the infield, or the ground inside of the race course, at Agricultural Park, near the city of Sacramento, state of California, and planting same with some suitable forage that will remain green; for grading and graveling suitable walks and drives in said Agricultural Park; for planting trees and lawns, and caring for the same; for im. proving the system of fire protection, and for the erection of public conveniences and generally improving and beautifying said grounds for the accommodation and attraction of the visiting public, all within the limit of the fund available. Appropriation.

§ 2. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act, the sum of ten thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, and the state controller is hereby directed to draw his warrant from time to time to the full amount of this appropriation, in favor of the person or persons authorized by law to receive the same, and the state treasurer is hereby direeted to pay the same.

$ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. ACT 78a. An act authorizing and directing the directors of the State Agricultural

Society to construct on the state fair grounds, at Agricultural Park, near the city of Sacramento, state of California, a dairy building and dairy barns, providing for their equipment and making an appropriation therefor.

[Approved April 21, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 1062.]

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