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10. Using or operating by any person, corporation or pany, between May 15 and October 31 of each year, any steam, gas, or electrically equipped donkey or stationary engine in any woods operation located in any forest or brush land without first clearing away all inflammable material, including snags, from an area of at least one hundred feet in radius about such engine, and without providing all such steam operated engines, including logging locomotives, with an adequate force pump, and not less than two hundred feet of hose of not less than one and one-quarter inches in diameter, and without providing and maintaining at all times for fire fighting purposes only a suitable box cquipped with at least seven shovels and three axes at each such engine so operated. It is provided, however, that when two or more such engines are being operated within a distance of three hundred feet from each other, that only one such box equipped as above may be maintained; and provided, further, that the requirements of this section shall not apply to logging operations in the redwood (sequoia sempervirens) region.

11. Refusing or failing to render assistance in combatting a forest fire at the summons of the state forester, deputy state forester, assistant state forester, or any state forest inspector, state ranger, or state fire warden, unless prevented from so doing by sickness or other physical disability.

12. Leaving a camp fire burning or unextinguished without some person in attendance, or allowing such fire to spread after being built.

13. The provisions of this act shall not apply to the customary use of fire and powder in logging operations in the redwood region (sequoia sempervirens) nor to the setting of fire on lands within any municipal corporation of the state. 1925.

384a. Any person, firm or corporation is guilty of a misde

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(a.) Who mutilates or destroys any Toyon or Christmas redberry tree (Heteromeles arbutifolia) growing on public or private land, unless, in the case of private land, the owner gives his consent thereto; or

(b.)Who sells, offers, or exposes for sale any Toyon' or Christmas red-berry (Heteromeles arbutifolia) or any part thereof grown on land in this state; provided, that this paragraph shall not prevent the sale of such Christmans red-berry taken from privately owned land, by, or with the consent in writing of the owner of the land. 1921–147.

384c. Every person who willfully or negligently, while hunting upon the inclosed lands of another, kills, maims, or wounds an animal, the property of another, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1907-566.

385. Every person who, at the burning of a building, disobeys the lawful orders of any public officer or fireman, or offers any resistance to or interference with the lawful efforts of any fireman or company of firemen to extinguish the same, or engages in any disorderly conduct calculated to prevent the same from being extinguished, or who forbids, prevents, or dissuades others from assisting to extinguish the same, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

386. Every person who demands or receives compensati for the use of any bridge or ferry, or sets up or keeps any road, bridge, ferry, or constructed ford for the purpose of receiving any remuneration for the use of the same, without authority of law, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

387. Every person who, having entered into an undertaking to keep and attend a ferry, violates the conditions of such undertaking, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

388. Every person who willfully rides or drives faster than a walk on or over any toll-bridge, lawfully licensed, is punishable by fine not exceeding twenty dollars.

389. Every person not exempt from paying tolls, who crosses on any ferry or toll-bridge, or passes through any toll-gate, lawfully kept, without paying the toll therefor, and with intent to avoid such payment, is punishable by fine not exceeding twenty dollars.

390. Every person in charge of a locomotive-engine who, before crossing any traveled public way, omits to cause a bell to ring or steam-whistle to sound at the distance of at least eighty rods from the crossing, and up to it, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

391. Every person who is intoxicated while in charge of a locomotive-engine, or while acting as conductor or driver upon any railroad train or car, whether propelled by steam or drawn by horses, or while acting as train dispatcher or as telegraph-operator, receiving or transmitting dispatches in relation to the movement of trains, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

392. Every person who, in making up or running railroad trains, places or runs, or causes to be placed or run, any freight car in the rear of passenger-cars, is guilty of a misdemeanor, and if loss of life or limb results from such placing or running, is guilty of felony. The term “freight-car," as used in this section, does not include a baggage, express, or mail car.

393 Every engineer, conductor, brakeman, switchtender, or other officer, agent, or servant of any railroad company, who is guilty of any willful violation or omission of his duty as such officer, agent, or servant, whereby human life or safety is endangered, the punishment of which is not otherwise prescribed, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

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394. Every person who willfully exposes himself or another afflicted with any contagious or infectious disease, in any public place or thoroughfare, except in his necessary removal in a manner the least dangerous to the public health, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

395. Every person who willfully makes or publishes any false statement, spreads any false rumor, or employs any other false or or fraudulent means or device, with intent to affect the market price of any kind of property, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

396. Every person driving any conveyance drawn by horses, upon any public road or way, who causes or suffers his horses to run, with intent to pass another conveyance, or to prevent such other from passing his own, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

397. Every person who sells or furnishes, or causes to be sold or furnished, intoxicating liquors to any habitual or common drunkard, or to any Indian of whole or mixed blood, or to any person who is commonly known to live and associate with Indians, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1915-341.

397b. Every person who sells, gives or delivers to any minor child, male or female, under the age of eighteen years, any intoxicating drink in any quantity whatsoever, or who, as proprietor or manager of any saloon or public house where intoxicating liquors are sold, permits any such minor child under the age of eighteen years, to visit said saloon or public house where intoxicating liquors are sold, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not more than three hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for a period not exceeding one hundred and fifty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment; provided, that this section shall not apply to the parents of such children, or to guardians of their wards. 1905-673.

397c. Every person engaged in the business of the sale or disposition of intoxicating liquors, who sells, gives or delivers, to any person any intoxicating liquor between the hours of 2 o'clock a, m. and 6 o'clock a. m. of the same day is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1913-737.

399. If the owner of a mischievous animal, knowing its propensities, willfully suffers it to go at large, or keeps it without ordinary care, and such animal, while so at large, or while not kept with ordinary care, kills any human being who has taken all the precautions which the circumstances permitted, or which a reasonable person would ordinarily take in the same situation, is guilty of a felony.

400. Every person exhibiting the deformities of another, or his own deformities, for hire, is guilty of a misdemeanor; and every person who shall, by any artificial means, give to any person the appearance of a deformity, and shall exhibit such person for hire, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 1874-462.

401. Every person who deliberately aids, or advises, or encourages another to commit suicide, is guilty of a felony. 1905-770.

401a. Every person who owns, leases, lets, or hires to any person any room in any building, house, or other structure within the limits of any incorporated city, or city and county, for the purpose of a lodging or sleeping apartment, which room or apartment contains less than five hundred cubic feet of space in the clear for each person occupying such room or apartment, and every person found sleeping or lodging in, or who hires or uses for the purpose of sleeping or lodging in any room or apartment which contains less than five hundred cubic feet of space in the clear for each person so occupying such room or apartment, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1905—770.

402. Any person who shall, knowingly sell, or offer for sale, or use, or expose, or who shall cause or procure to be sold, or offer for sale, or used, or exposed, after notification of its condition from a licensed veterinarian or qualified agent of the state department of agriculture any horse, mule or other animal having the disease known as glanders, or farcy, as shown by a reaction to the mallein test, physical examination, or other test, or other examination, recognized by the state department of agriculture; or who shall knowingly sell, or offer for sale, or who shall cause, or procure to be sold, or offered for sale after notification of its condition from a qualified agent of the state department of agriculture any bovine animal having the disease known as tuberculosis as shown by a positive reaction to the tuberculin test, physical examination, or other test, or other examination, recognized by the state department of agriculture, without having first obtained a permit in writing from the state department of agriculture, or its agent; or who shall bring, or cause to be brought, or aid in bringing into this state any sheep, hog, horse or cattle, or any domestic animal, knowing the same to be infected with any contagious disease, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 1921–186.

402a. Every person who adulterates candy by using in its manufacture terra-alba or other deleterious substances, or who sells or keeps for sale any candy or candies adulterated with terra-alba, or any other deleterious substance, knowing the same to be adulterated, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1905–771.

402b. Every animal having glanders or farcy shall at once be deprived of life by the owner or person having charge thereof, upon discovery or knowledge of its condition; and any such owner or person omitting or refusing to comply with the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 1905-771.

402c. Any person or corporation employing or directing another to do or perform any labor in the construction, alteration, repairing, painting or cleaning of any house, building or structure within this state, who knowingly or negligently furnishes or erects, or causes to be furnished or erected for the performance of such labor, unsafe or improper scaffolding, slings, hammers, blocks, pulleys, stays, braces, ladders, irons, ropes or other mechanical contrivances, or who hinders or obstructs any officer or inspector, of the Industrial accident commission attempting to inspect the same under the provisions of any statute of the State of California or safety order of the Industrial accident commission, or who destroys or defaces, or removes any notice posted thereon by any such officer or inspector, or permits the use thereof, after the same has been declared unsafe by such officer or inspector, contrary to the provisions of said acts or orders, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 1921–63.

402d. Any person owning or having possession or control of any animal affected by any contagious or infectious disease, who fails to keep the same in an enclosure, or herd the same in some place where it is secure from contact with other animals of like kind not so affected, or who suffers such infected animal to be driven on the public highway or to range where it is likely to come in contact with other animals not so affected, is guilty of a misdemeanor, and punishable by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars for each offense. 1905–771.

402e. Any practitioner of veterinary medicine in the state of California who shall, upon gaining information thereof, fail to immediately report in writing to the state veterinarian the location, description, and name and address of the owner or person in charge, if known, of any animal or animals affected with any one of the following diseases: glanders, anthrax, blackleg, hogcholera, swine-plague, verminous bronchitis, sheep-scab, mycotic lymphangitis, aphthous fever, or Texas fever, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. 1909–451.

402e. Every person who conducts, within the limits of any city and county or city or town or village, a public laundry who shall receive any linen or clothing or bedding or other articles for the purpose of cleaning the same, from any hospital or pesthouse or sanitarium where contagious or infectious diseases are treated, or from any undertaking establishment or public morgue, or pest-house is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1909–1063.

402f. 1. The term “pillow" as used in this act, shall be construed to mean a bag or case of cloth filled or stuffed with feathers or down, to be used as a rest or support for the head in reclining or sleeping.

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