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2. No person, firm or corporation shall use or employ in the making, remaking or renovating of any pillow, and second-hand material of any kind unless any and all of such materials have been thoroughly sterilized and disinfected by a reasonable process, approved by the state board of health.

3. No person, firm or corporation shall sell, offer or expose for sale, barter or trade, or have in possession with intent to sell, deliver or consign any pillow made, remade or renovated in violation of any of the provisions of this act.

4. No person, firm or corporation shall directly or indirectly, at wholesale or retail, or otherwise sell, offer or expose for sale, barter or trade, deliver or consign or have in possession with intent to sell, deliver or consign, any pillow that shall not have plainly and indelibly stamped or printed upon the face of a musiln or linen tag not smaller than three inches square securely sewed to the covering thereof, a statement in the English language setting forth the kind or kinds of materials used in making and filling said pillow, and whether or not said materials are in whole or in part second-hand, and the name and address of the manufacturer or vendor or both.

5. Any pillow made from any second-hand material shall have stamped or printed upon aforesaid tag attached thereto, in type not smaller than twenty-point, the words "second-hand.”

6. For the purpose of this act, only such materials as shall not have sustained a prior use shall be called new, all others must be called second-hand.

7. The statement required under section four of this act, shall be the following form: Materials Used in Making.

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the State of California, approved the....day of.. 8. Any person who shall remove, deface, alter, or in any manner attempt same, or shall cause to be removed, defaced, or altered, any mark or statement upon any such tag attached to any pillow under the provisions of this act and any person, firm or corporation who shall make any false statement upon said such tag shall be guilty of a violation of this act.

9. The unit for a separate and distinct offense in violation om this act shall be each and every pillow made, remade, renovated, sold, offered for sale, delivered, consigned, or possessed with intent to sell, deliver or consign, contrary to the provisions hereof.

10. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine not less than one hundred dollars, and not to exceed five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment for not less than three months and not exceeding six months or by both such fine and imprisonment.

11. Any individual who has reason to believe that this act has been or is being violated may institute proceedings to enforce this act and to punish violations of its provisions.

12. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. 1921–88.

TITLE XI.

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Crimes Against the Public Peace. 41342. Sparring exhibitions, 403. Disturbing public meetwhen prohibited.

ings. 414. Leaving state to

403a. Red flag, generally, gage prize-fights.

404. Riot, defined. 414a. Privileges, witnesses, 405. Riot, punishment of. etc.

406. Rout, defined. 415. Disturbing the peace. 407. Unlawful assembly, de416. Lawful command, refus

fined. al.

408. Punishment rout, and 417. Exhibiting deadly weap

unlawful assembly. ons unlawfully.

403. Remaining present after 418. Forcible entry and de

warning. Riot. tainer.

410. Riot, magistrate refus419. Taking repossession of

ing to stop. land after eviction.

411. Resisting process, state 420. Public lands, preventing

of insurrection, felony. possession.

412. Prize-fights. 421. National guards,

who 413. Persons present prizemay not discriminate.

fights. 403. Every person who, without authority of law, willfully disturbs or breaks up any assembly or meeting, not unlawful in its character, other than such as is mentioned in sections 59 and 302, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 403a. Any person who displays a red flag, banner

or badge or any flag, badge, banner, or device of any color or form whatever in any public place or in any meeting place or public assembly, or from or on any house, building or window as a sign, symbol or emblem of opposition to organized government or as an invitation or stimulus to anarchistic action or as an aid to propaganda that is of a seditious character is guilty of a felony.

1919–142.

404. Any use of force or violence, disturbing the public peace, or any threat to use such force or violence, if accompanied by immediate power of execution, by two or more persons acting together, and without authority of law, is a riot.

405. Every person who participates in any riot is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding two years, or by fine not exceeding two thousand dollars, or both.

406. Whenever two or more persons, assembled and acting together, make any attempt or advance toward the commission of an act which would be a riot if actually committed, such an assembley is a rout.

407. Whenever two or more persons assemble together to do an unlawful act, and separate without doing or advancing toward it, or do a lawful act in a violent, boisterous, or tumultuous manner, such assembly is an unlawful assembly.

408. Every person who participates in any rout or unlawful assembly is guilty of a misdemeanor.

409. Every person remaining present at the place of any riot, rout, or unlawful assembly, after the same has been lawfully warned to disperse, except public officers and persons assisting them in attempting to disperse the same, is guilty of a misde

meanor.

410. If a magistrate or officer, having notice of an unlawful or riotous assembly, mentioned in this chapter, neglects to proceed to the place of assembly, or as near thereto as he can with safety, and to exercise the authority with which he is invested for suppressing the same and arresting the offenders, he is guilty of a misdemeanor.

411. A person who, after the publication of the proclamation authorized by section 732, resists or aids in resisting the execution of process in any county declared to be in a state of insurrection, or who aids or attempts the rescue or escape of another from lawful custody or confinement, or who resists or aids in resisting any force ordered out by the governor to quell or surpress an insurrection, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not less than two years.

412. Any person, who, within this state, engages in, or instigates, aids, encourages, or does any act to further, a pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, taking or to take place either within or without this state, between two or more persons, with or without gloves, for any price, reward or compensation, directly or indirectly, or who goes into training preparatory to such pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize-fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, or acts as aider, abettor, backer, umpire, referee, trainer, second, surgeon, or assistant, at such pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize-fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, or who sends or publishes a challenge or acceptance of a challenge, or who knowingly carries or delivers such challenge or acceptance, or who gives or takes or receives any tickets, tokens, prize, money, or thing of value, from any person or persons, for the purpose of seeing or witnessing any such pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize-fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, or who, being the owner, lessee, agent, or occupant of any vessel, building, hotel, room, enclosure or ground, or any part thereof, whether for gain, hire, reward or gratuitously or otherwise, permits the same to be used or occupied for such a pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize-fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, or who lays, makes, offers or accepts, a bet or bets, or wager or wagers, upon the result or any feature of any pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize-fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, or acts as stake holder of any such bet or bets, or wager or wagers, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars and be imprisoned in the county jail not less than thirty days nor exceeding one year; provided, however, that amateur boxing exhibitions may be held within this state, of a limited number of rounds, not exceeding four of the duration of three minutes each; the interval between each round shall be one minute, and the contestants weighing one hundred and forty-five pounds or over shall wear gloves of not less than eight ounces each in weight, and contestants weighing under one hundred and forty-five pounds may wear gloves of not less than six ounces each in weight. All gloves used by contestants in such amateur boxing exhibitions shall be so constructed, as that the soft padding between the outside coverings shall be evenly distributed over the back of said gloves and cover the knuckles and the back of the hands. And no bandages of any kind shall be used on the hands or arms of the contestants. For the purpose of this statute an amateur boxing exhibition shall be and is hereby defined as one in which no contestant has received or shall receive in any form, directly or indirectly, and money, prize, reward or compensation either for the expenses of training for such contest or for taking part therein, except as herein expressly provided Nor shall any person appear as contestant in such amateur exhibition who prior thereto has received any compensation or reward in any form for displaying, exercising or giving any example of his skill in or knowledge of athletic exercises, or for rendering services of any kind to any athletic organization or to any person or persons as trainer, coach, instructor or otherwise, or who shall have been employed in any manner professionally by reason of his athletic skill or knowledge; provided, however, that a medal or trophy may be awarded to each contestant in such amateur boxing exhihitions, not to exceed in value the sum of $35. each, which such medal or trophy must have engraved thereon the name of the winner and the date of the event; but no portion of any admission fee or fees charged or received for any amateur boxing exhibition shall be paid or given to any constant in such amateur boxing exhibition,

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either directly or indirectly, nor shall any gift be given to or received by such contestants for participating in such boxing exhibition, except said medal or trophy. At every amateur boxing exhibition held in this state and permitted by this section of the Penal Code, any sheriff, constable, marshal, policeman or other peace officer of the city, county or other political subdivision, where such exhibition is being held, shall have the right to, and it is hereby declared to be his duty to stop such exhibition, whenever it shall anpear to him that the contestants are so unevenly matched or for any other reason, the said contestants have been, or either of them has been seriously injured or there is danger that said contestants, or either of them, will be seriously injured if such contest continues, and he may call to his assistance in enforcing his order to stop said exhibition, as many peace officers

male citizens of the state may be necessary for that purpose.

Provided, further, that any contestant who shall continue to participate in such exhibition after an order to stop such exhibition shall have been given by such peace officer, or who shall violate any of the regulations herein prescribed, for governing amateur boxing exhibitions, shall be deemed guilty of violating this section of the Penal Code and subject to the punishment herein provided.

Nothing in this section contained shall be construed to prevent any county, city and county, or incorporated city or town from prohibiting, by ordinance, the holding or conducting of any boxing exhibition, or any person from engaging in any such boxing exhibition therein. 1915—1930.

413. Every person willfully present as spectator at any fight or contention prohibited in the preceding section, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

An information may be laid before any of the magistrates mentioned in section eight hundred and eight of this code, that a person has taken steps toward promoting or participating in a contemplated pugilistic contest, or fight, or ring or prize-fight, or sparring or boxing exhibition, prohibited under the provision of section four hundred and twelve of this code, or is about to commit an offense under said section four hundred and twelve. When said information is laid before said magistrate, he must examine, on oath, the informer, and any witness or witnesses he may produce, and must take their depositions in writing and cause them to be subscribed by the parties making them. If it appears from the deposition that there is just reason to fear the commission of the offense contemplated by theperson so informed against, the magistrate must issue a warrant directed generally to the sheriff of the county, or any constable, marshal, or policeman in the state, reciting the substance of the information and commanding the officer forthwith to arrest the person informed against and bring him before the magistrate. When the person informed

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