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must be begun on or before the first Monday in June of the year succeeding the passage of this Act in the case of taxes heretofore paid, and on or before the first Monday in June of the year succeeding the year in which the taxes were levied, and a failure to begin such action is deemed a waiver of the rights of action. [Amendment approved March 22, 1905; in effect in sixty days.]
83 Cal. 396; 124 Cal. 502.
SEC. 3670. Controller to sue for delinquent taxes.
§ 3670. Within sixty days after the first Monday in June of each year, the Controller must begin an action in the proper court, in the name of the people of the State of California, to collect the delinquent taxes upon the property assessed by the State Board of Equalization; such suit must be for the taxes due the State, and all the counties, and cities and counties, upon property assessed by the Board of Equalization, and appearing delinquent upon the “duplicate record of apportionment of railway assessments." The provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure relating to pleadings, proofs, trials, and appeals are applicable to the proceedings herein provided for. In such action, should a writ of attachment be demanded and issued, no bond nor affidavit previous to the issuing of said attachment is required. If in such action the plaintiff recover judgment, there shall be included in the judgment as counsel fees, and in case of judgment of taxes, after suit brought but before judgment, the defendant must pay as counsel fees such sum as the court may determine to be reasonable and just. Payment of the taxes, or the amount of the judgment in the same, must be made to the State Treasurer. In such actions the "duplicate record of assessments of railways” and the “duplicate record of apportionment of railway assessments,” or a copy of them certified by the Controller, showing unpaid taxes against any corporation, person, or association for property assessed by the State Board of Equalization, is prima facie evidence of the assessment, the property assessed, the delinquency, the amount of the taxes due and unpaid to the State, and counties, or cities and counties therein named, and that the corporation, person, or association is indebted to the people of the State of California in the amount of taxes, State and county, and city and county, therein appearing unpaid, and that all the forms of law in relation to the assessment and levy of such taxes have been complied with.
68 Cal. 552; 69 Cal. 648; 83 Cal. 396; 105 Cal. 583; 108 Cal. 48; 124 Cal. 177.
SEC. 3671. Basis of taxation for counties.
§ 3671. The assessment made by the County Assessor, and that of the State Board of Equalization, as apportioned by the Boards of Supervisors to each city, town, township, school, road, or other district in their respective counties, or cities and counties, shall be the only basis of taxation for the county, or any subdivision thereof, except in incorporated cities and towns, and may also be taken as such basis in incorporated cities and towns when the proper authorities may so elect. All taxes upon townships, road, school, or other local districts, shall be collected in the same manner as county taxes.
137 Cal. 661, 662.
PART IV. TITLE III.
Chapter III. Common Council May Grant Authority to Gas
and Water Companies. SEC. 4410. Common Council may grant authority to gas and water com
4413. Restrictions and conditions to be imposed. § 4410. The Common Council, by ordinance, approved by the Mayor, may grant to any gas or water company the privilege of laying down pipes in the streets and alleys of such city for supplying gas and water for the streets and buildings thereon, for a term not exceeding twenty-five years.
§ 4411. In exercising the authority mentioned in preceding section, the Common Council must reserve the right to grant similar privileges to other companies, and require the laying down of the pipes to be under the reasonable direction of the city authorities, and to be so laid as to do no injury to the proper use of the paving, planking, or macadamizing of the streets and alleys, nor to private property situate thereon.
§ 4412. The Common Council may contract with gas and water companies for supplying the streets and public buildings with all gas and water necessary for their proper use; the rates to be paid therefor must not be fixed for a term exceeding five years, and the city authorities must reserve the right to abrogate such contract whenever gas water is offered to be supplied at two thirds of such fixed contract price.
§ 4413. In granting authority to lay down pipes, and in contracting for gas and water, the Common Council must impose such restrictions and conditions, and provide for such locations and construction of gas and water works and pipes as to work the least public or private inconvenience, and provide for enforcing such restrictions and conditions.
FEE BILL-SECRETARY OF STATE.
$ 416. The Secretary of State, for services performed in his office, must charge and collect the following fees :
1. For a copy of any law, resolution, record, or other document or paper on file in his office, twenty cents per folio.
2. For comparing a copy of any law, resolution, record, or other document or paper with the original, or the certified copy of the original, on file in his office, five cents per folio.
3. For affixing certificate and seal of State, unless otherwise provided for, two dollars.
4. For filing articles of incorporation, if the capital stock amounts to twenty-five thousand dollars or less, fifteen dollars; if the capital stock amounts to over twenty-five thousand dollars, and not over seventy-five thousand dollars, twenty-five dollars; if the capital stock amounts to over seventy-five thousand dollars, and not over two hundred thousand dollars, fifty dollars; if the capital stock amounts to over two hundred thousand dollars, and not over five hundred thousand dollars, seventy-five dollars ; if the capital stock is over five hundred thousand dollars, and not over one million dollars, one hundred dollars; if the capital stock is over one million dollars, fifty dollars additional for every five hundred thousand dollars or fraction thereof of capital stock over and above one million dollars; for filing articles of incorporation without capital stock, except coöperative associations, five dollars; for filing articles of incorporation of coöperative associations, formed under the Act of eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and Acts supplementary thereto or amendatory thereof, fifteen dollars.
5. For recording articles of incorporation, twenty cents per folio.
6. For issuing certificate of incorporation, three dollars.
7. For filing certificate of increase of capital stock, five dollars for every fifty thousand dollars or fraction thereof of such increase.
8. For filing certificate of decrease of capital stock, five dollars.
9. For filing notice of removal of principal place of business, five dollars.
10. For filing amended articles of incorporation, unless otherwise provided for, five dollars.
11. For filing certificate of creation of bonded indebtedness, or increase or decrease thereof, five dollars.
12. For issuing certificate of increase or decrease of capital stock, three dollars.
13. For filing certificate on continuance of existence, five dollars.
14. For issuing certificate of continuance of existence, three dollars.
15. For filing claim to trademark, and issuing certificate of filing, five dollars.
16. For issuing certificate of filing of any document, not otherwise provided for, three dollars.
17. For filing certificate of increase or decrease of number of directors, five dollars.
18. For issuing certificate of increase or decrease of number of directors, three dollars.
19. For receiving and recording each official bond, five dollars.
20. For filing notice of appointment of agent, five dollars.
21. For each commission, passport, or other document signed by the Governor and attested by the Secretary of State (pardons, ilitary commissions, and extradition papers excepted), five dollars.
22. For each patent for land issued by the Governor, if for one hundred and sixty acres or less, one dollar; and for each additional one hundred and sixty acres, or fraction thereof, one dollar.
23. For issuing certificate of official character, two dollars.
24. For recording miscellaneous documents or papers, twenty cents per folio.
25. For filing certified copy of order and decree of court, changing name, five dollars.
No member of the Legislature or State officer shall be charged for any search relative to matters appertaining to the duties of their office; nor shall they be charged any fee for a certified copy of any law or resolution passed by the Legislature relative to their official duties.
All fees collected by the Secretary of State must, at the end of each month, be paid into the State Treasury. Three thousand dollars of such monthly returns shall be credited to and constitute the State Library Fund, and the balance shall be paid into the General Fund of the State. [Amendment approved March 21, 1905*; in effect in sixty days.]