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in the Clerk's office. It shall be the duty of the Sheriff, upon receipt of the order, to post written or printed notices of the timo and place of the drawing, provided in this section, in three of the most public places in the Town or City in which the Court is to be held. Such notice shall be posted at least one week before such drawing.

Sec. 2. Section nine of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section nine-When all the persons summoned shall attend, Grand-jury. they shall constitute the grand-jury. If all the persons summoned do not attend, the persons attending shall be placed on the grand-jury, and the Court shall order the Sheriff to summon from the body of the County, and not from the bystanders, a sufficient number to complete the grand-jury.

SEC. 3. Section twelve of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section twelve-It shall be the duty of the Sheriff, upon re- New venire. ceipt of the order mentioned in section eleven, to proceed immediately and summon sixteen persons from the body of the County, but not from the by-standers, to appear before the Court at the time mentioned in said order. The summons shall be served in the same manner as provided in section six of this Act.

Sec. 4. All Acts, and parts of Acts, conflicting herewith, are Repealing hereby repealed.

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CHAP. CLXXXI.-An Act regulating the Salaries of certain County

Offices in Sonoma County.

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[Approved April 8, 1859.) The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. From and after the next general election, the County County Judge of Sonoma County shall receive, for his services, Judge. the sum of two thousand dollars per annum.

Sec. 2. From and after the passage of this Act, the DistrictAttorney of Sonoma County shall receive, for his services, one Attorney. thousand five hundred dollars per annum.

SEC. 3. From the time specified in section two, each member Supervisors. of the Board of Supervisors of Sonoma County shall be entitled to receive, for each day's necessary attendance on the business of the County, a sum to be fixed by the Board, not to exceed six dollars per day, and in the aggregate, during one year, not to exceed five hundred dollars, and each one of said Supervisors shall be entitled to receive twenty-five cents per mile, for each mile necessarily traveled in going to, and returning from, the County-seat; Provided, that no charge shall be made for more than one trip, going from, and returning to, the residence of such Supervisor, at each term held; And provided, that no Supervisor shall be allowed more than one day's per diem for any one

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day, by reason of his being on the Committees appointed by the Board, or for any other cause; and no further allowance whatever shall be made for services as a member of said Board of Supervisors.

SEC. 4. All Acts, or parts of Acts, in conflict with the provisions of this Act, are hereby repealed.

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CHAP. CLXXXII.- An Act to amend an Act entitled an Act to

regulate Proceedings in Criminal Cases, passed May first, eighteen hundred and fifty-one.

[Approved April 8, 1859.]
The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:
SECTION. 1. Section one hundred and ninety-seven of said Act

is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Grand-jurors Section one hundred and ninety-seven-An order shall there

upon be made out by the Clerk, and directed to the Sheriff, requiring him to summon sixteen persons qualified to serve as grand-jurors, to appear forth with, or at such time as may be appointed by the Court.

SEC. 2. Section two hundred and one of said Act is hereby

amended so as to read as follows: By-standers. Section two hundred and one-On the first day of the term,

the Court shall, by an entry on the minutes, direct an order to be issued to the Sheriff of the County to summon sixteen persons from the citizens of the County, and not from the by-standers, to appear forth with, or at such time as may be named.

SEC. 3. This Act shall take effect from and after the first day of June next.

CHAP. CLXXXIII.-An Act to repeal an Act relative to the creation

of Pa-Utuh County.

[Approved April 8, 1859.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: Act repealed.

Section 1. The Act entitled "An Act supplemental to an Act entitled an Act dividing the State into Counties, and establishing the Seats of Justice therein," approved May third, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, is hereby repealed.

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CHAP. CLXXXIV.-An Act for the Relief of James Gallagher.

[Approved April 8, 1859.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. The sum of four hundred and twenty-five dollars $125 75. and seventy-five cents is hereby appropriated, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of paying James Gallagher, for per centage due him as District-Attorney, for moneys collected in Trinity County, for the State of California, by action against C. F. Lynn, F. W. Blake, and others.

CHAP. CLXXXV.–An Act to authorize the Administratrix of Patrick N. Jadigan, deceased, to sell Real Estate at Private Sale.

[Approved April 8, 1859.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. That Mary Madigan, administratrix of the estate Authorized of P. N. Madigan, late a resident of the City and County of Los to sell real Angeles, deceased, be, and she is hereby, authorized and empowered to sell such portion, or portions, of the real estate of which the said P. N. Madigan died seized or possessed of, in the City and County of Los Angeles, and any right, title, or interest, in such real estate belonging to the said decedent, in his lifetime, as may be sufficient to pay the debts outstanding against the estate of the said deceased, the allowance to his family, and the expenses of administration, at such time, or times, on such terms, and in such manner, at private sale, as shall be most advantageous to the said estate; Provided, That when any sale is made under, and by virtue of, the authority given by this Act, at least one-half of the purchase-money shall be paid at the time of such sale, and the balance upon such credit as the said Mary Madigan may deem expedient to give, not to exceed six months, and the purchaser or purchasers shall secure the purchase-money remaining unpaid, by note, and mortgage on the property sold, bearing interest at the rate of at least one per cent. per month.

SEC. 2. The said administratrix shall make a full report of Report to any and all such sale, or sales, as shall be made by her, to the Probate Court of the County of Los Angeles, and the Judge of the said Court shall examine the same, and confirm, or set aside, the said sale, or sales, as in other cases of sales of real estate by executors or administrators.

Sec. 3. The said administratrix, upon the confirmation of any conveyance. such sale, or sales, as herein before provided, and the compliance,

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on the part of the purchaser, or purchasers, with the terms of
such sale, or sales, as set forth in section first of this Act, is here-
by anthorized to execute, acknowledge, and deliver, to the said
purchaser, or purchasers, a legal conveyance of the premises sold,
which shall be as valid and binding as if the same had been
made by the said P. N. Madigan, in his lifetime.
Sec. 4. Said administratrix, prior to any sale made by au-

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thority of this Act, shall give bond in double the appraised value
of said real estate, with two or more sureties, who shall severally
justify, as in case of all other bonds, given pursuant to statute
regulating the administration of the estates of deceased persons,
conditioned that said administratrix shall faithfully account for
all moneys arising from any such sales.

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CHAP. CLXXXVI.-An Act to amend "An Act concerning Crimes

and Punishments,passed April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and
fifty.

[Approved April 8, 1859.]
The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and As-

sembly, do enact us follows :
SECTION 1. The one hundred and eighteenth section of an
Act entitled an Act concerning crimes and punishments," passed
April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty, is hereby amended

so as to read as follows:
Sale of liquor Section one hundred and eighteen-Every person who shall

erect or keep a booth, tent, stall, or other contrivance, for the moetings.

purpose of selling, or otherwise disposing of any wine, or spirit-
uous or intoxicating liquors, or any drink of which wines, spirit-
uous or intoxicating liquors form a part, or for selling, or other-
wise disposing, of any other article or articles of merchandise,
trade, or profit, or who shall peddle, or hawk about, or sell, any
such drink, article or articles, within one mile of any camp or
field-meeting for religious worship, during the time of holding
such meeting, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and be
punished by a fine of not less than five, nor more than five hun-
dred dollars; Provided, that nothing in this Act contained shall
in anywise affect the right of any person or persons carrying
on a regular business in the sale of liquors, or other articles of
merchandise, trade, or profit, wholesale or retail, in any store,
saloon, or otherwise, already established, previous to the ap-
pointment of such religious meeting as described in this Act.

CHAP. CLXXXVII.-- An Act supplementary and explanatory of an

Act entitled an Act concerning Roads and Highways in the County of Nevada.

[Approved April 9, 1859.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. An Act entitled an Act concerning roads and Act repealed. highways in the County of Nevada, approved March second, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, shall not take effect until February first, eighteen hundred and sixty.

CHAP. CLXXXVIII.-An Act to fix the amount of the Official

Bonds of the County Officers in and for the County of El Dorado.

[Approved April 9, 1859.]

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

Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. The County officers hereinafter named, in the Sureties. County of El Dorado, shall give bonds for the faithful discharge of their official duties as prescribed by law, in the following named sums, respectively: The Sheriff, thirty thousand dollars; the Collector, thirty thousand dollars; the Treasurer, forty thousand dollars; the County Clerk, fifteen thousand dollars; the Recorder, ten thousand dollars; the District Attorney, five thousand dollars; the Assessor, ten thousand dollars; the County Surveyor, five thousand dollars; the Coroner, three thousand dollars; and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, three thousand dollars.

Sec. 2. All Acts, and parts of Acts, in conflict with the pro- Repealing risions of this Act, so far as they relate to the County of El Dorado, are hereby repealed.

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CHAP. CLXXXIX.-An Act authorizing Charles B. Ryder to construct a Wharf at Trinidad Bay, in Klamath County.

[Approved April 9, 1859.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows : SEC. 1. Charles B. Ryder is hereby authorized to construct a Authorized wharf at Trinidad Bay, in Klamath County. Said wharf to com- Warr.

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