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No fees shall be allowed or charged by the clerk for services rendered in any criminal case.

For services rendered by the clerk, not in connection with civil actions or proceedings in court, he shall charge and collect, for the benefit of the county, the following fees:

For issuing marriage license, one-half to be paid to the county recorder, two dollars.

For filing and indexing articles of incorporation, one dollar.
For filing and indexing certificates of copartnership, one dollar.

For filing and indexing all papers to be kept by him, other than papers filed in actions or proceedings in court, and official bonds and certificates of appointment, each, twenty-five cents.

For issuing any license required by law, other than marriage license, one dollar.

For examining and certifying to a copy of any paper, record or proceeding prepared by another, and presented for his certificate, fifty cents, and one cent per folio for comparing the said copy with the original.

For making satisfaction of or credit on judgment, twenty-five cents. For receiving and filing remittitur from supreme court, fifty cents.

For administering each oath, without certificate, except in pending action or proceeding, ten cents.

For taking any affidavit, except in criminal cases, twenty-five cents.

For taking and approving each undertaking, and the justification thereof, except in criminal cases, fifty cents.

For searching records or files, for each year, fifty cents.

For taking acknowledgment of any deed or other instrument, including the certificate, fifty cents.

For filing notices of appeal and appeal bonds, each, twenty-five cents. [Amendment approved March 23, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 444.] County salary fund.

§ 4305. For the purpose of paying the salaries provided for in this title, all fees directed to be paid into the county treasury shall be set apart therein as a separate fund, to be known as the salary fund, to be applied to the payment of said salaries. Should, in the opinion of the auditor, the fees to be collected be not sufficient to pay such salaries, it shall become the duty of the board of supervisors at the time the tax levy is made to estimate such deficiency and raise it by direct taxation the same as other funds. (Amendment approved May i, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 1397.] § 4307.

Citations. Cal. 157/40, 41. § 4315.

Citations. App. 8/752.

iffs, etc., may not practice law. 4316. Sheriffs, clerks and constables, and their deputies, are proed from practicing law, or acting as attorneys or counselors at law, s collectors or for any collection agency, in the counties where they le and hold office, or from having as a partner a lawyer, or anyone acts as such, and no county officer, or his deputy, except district meys and treasurers, shall be eligible to the office of notary public, :rform the duties of the same. [Amendment approved April 24, 1911; & 1911, p. 1093.] 4325. Citations. Cal. 155/754.

Citations. App. 8/694.
Citations. App. 11/360, 861, 363; 12/487, 488.
Citations. App. 12/755.

Citations. App. 12/405, 406, 755.
Citations. App. 12/406.
Citations. App. 12/404, 406, 755.
Citations. Cal. 155/733; 156/34, 508. App. 9/548.
Citations. App. 9/169.

Citations. App. 9/169.
Citations. App. 9/169.
Citations. Cal. 157/477. App. 8/15.

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Ar aet to prevent the manufacture, sale or transportation of adulterated,

mislabeled or misbranded foods and liquors and regulating the traffic therein, providing penalties, establishing a state laboratory for foods, liquors and drugs and making an appropriation therefor.

[Approved March 11, 1907. Stats. 1907, p. 208.]
Amended 1909, p. 51; 1909, p. 353; 1911, p. 1114.
The amendments of 1911 follow:
Misdemeanor to violate act. Adulterated food to be destroyed.

§ 20. Any person, firm, company or corporation violating any of the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than five dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, or shall be imprisoned in the county jail for a term not exceeding six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Food found to be adulterated, mislabeled or misbranded within the meaning of this act may, by order of any court or judge, be seized and destroyed. (Amendment approved April 26, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 1114.) Dealer not to be prosecuted when he holds wholesaler's guaranty.

§ 22. No dealer shall be prosecuted under the provisions of this act, when he can establish a guaranty signed by the wholesaler, jobber, manufacturer or other party residing in the United States from whom he parehased such articles to the effect that the same is not adulterated, mislabeled or misbranded within the meaning of this act, designating it, and can also establish by satisfactory evidence that the article sold by him was mislabeled and that at the time of making such sale he was not aware of that fact. Said guaranty to afford protection must contain the name and address of the party or parties making the sales of such artiele to said dealer, and an itemized statement showing the article purchased; or a general guaranty may be filed with the secretary of th United States department of agriculture by the manufacturer, wholesale jobber or other party in the United States and be given a serial numbe which number shall appear on each and every package of goods sol under such guaranty with the words "guaranteed under the food an drugs act June 30, 1906.” In case the wholesaler, jobber, manufacture or other party making such guaranty to said dealer resides without th state, and it appears from the certificate of the director of the stat laboratory that such article or articles were adulterated, mislabeled misbranded, within the meaning of this act, or the national pure foo act, approved June 30, 1906, the district attorney must forthwith notif the attorney general of the United States of such violation. (Ameni ment approved April 26, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 1114.] ACT 44. To prohibit the sophistication and adulteration of wine and to prever

fraud in the manufacture and sale thereof. (Approved March 7, 1881 Stats. 1887, p. 46.]

Repealed April 26, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 1110. ACT 48. An act to regulate the manufacture, sale, adulteration and misbrandin

of insecticides or fungicides or materials used for insecticidal fungicidal purposes, and to provide penalties for the infractie thereof, and to appropriate money therefor.

[Approved May 1, 1911. Stats. 1911, p. 1248.) Unlawful to manufacture adulterated insecticide. Penalty. Fines pai

into school fund. § 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture with this state any insecticide, paris green, lead arsenate, or fungicide whi is adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of this act; and a person who shall violate any of the provisions of this section sball 1 guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined o to exceed two hundred dollars for the first offense, and upon convicti for each subsequent offense be fined not to exceed three hundred dollal or sentenced to imprisonment for not to exceed one year, or both so fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. Said fines #1 those specified in section 2 of this act to be paid into the school fu of the county in which conviction is had. Unlawful to sell adulterated insecticide. Penalty. Article for expo

§ 2. Any person who shall offer to deliver to any other person or a person who shall sell or offer for sale in this state any such adulterat or misbranded insecticide or paris green or lead arsenate or fungici which is adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of this act, export or offer to export the same to any foreign country shall be guil

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