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has been ratified by the people, make proclamation of the fact, and thenceforth this Constitution shall be ordained and established as the Constitution of California.

Sec. 7. If this Constitution shall be ratified by the people of California, the Executive of the existing government is bereby requested, immediately after the same shall be ascertained, in the manner herein directed, to cause a fair copy thereof to be forwarded to the President of the United States, in order that he may lay it before the Congress of the United States.

SEC. 8. At the general election aforesaid, viz: the thirteenth day of November next, there shall be elected a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, members of the Legislature, and also two members of Congress.

SEC. 9. If this Constitution shall be ratified by the people of California, the Legislature shall assemble at the seat of government on the fifteenth day of December next, and in order to complete the organization of that body, the Senate shall elect a President pro tempore, until the Lieutenant-Governor shall be installed into office.

SEC. 10. On the organization of the Legislature, it shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to lay before each house a copy of the abstract made by the Board of Canvassers, and if called for, the original returns of election, in order that each house may judge of the correctness of the report of said Board of Canvassers.

SEC. 11. The Legislature, at its first session, skall elect such officers as may be ordered by this Constitution, to be elected by that body, and within four days after its organization, proceed to elect two Senators to the Congress of the United States. But no law passed by this Legislature, shall take effect until signed by the Governor after his installation into office.

SEC. 12. The Senators and Representatives to the Congress of the United States, elected by the Legislature and people of California as herein directed, shall be furnished with certified copies of this Constitution, when ratified, which they shall lay before the Congress of the United States, requesting in the name of the people of California, the admission of the State of California, into the American Union.

Sec. 13. All officers of this State, other than members of the Legislature, shall be installed into office on the fifteenth day of December next, or as soon thereafter as practicable.

Sec. 14. Until the Legislature shall divide the State into counties and senatorial and assembly districts, as directed by this Constitution, the following shall be the apportionment of the two Houses of the Legislature, viz; The Districts of San Diego and Los Angeles, shall jointly elect two Senators; the Districts of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, shall jointly elect one Senator; the District of Monterey, one Senator; the District of San José, one Senator; the District of San Francisco, two Senators; the District of Sopoma, one Senator ; the District of Sacramento, four Senators, and the District of San Joaquin, four Senators. And the District of San Diego shall elect one Member of the Assembly; the District of Los Angeles, two Members of Assembly; the District of Santa Barbara, two Members of Assembly; the District of San Luis Obispo, one Member of Assembly; the District of Monterey, two Members of Assembly; the District of San José, three Members of Assembly; the District of San Francisco, five Members of Assembly; the District of Sonoma, two Members of Assembly; the District of Sacramento, nine Members of Assembly, and the District of San Joaquin, nine Members of Assembly.

SEC. 15. Until the Legislature shall otherwise direct, in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution, the salary of the Governor shall be ten thousand dollars per annum; and the salary of the Lieutenant-Governor shall be double the pay of a State Senator; and the pay of the Members of the Legislature shall be sixteen dollars per diem, while in attendance, and sixteen dollars for every twenty miles' travel by the usual route from their residences to the place of holding the session of the Legislature, and in re.

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turning therefrom. And the Legislature shall fix the salaries of all officers other than those elected by the people at the first election.

SEC. 16. The limitation of the powers of the Legislature, contained in Article VIII, of this Constitution, shall not extend to the first Legislature elected under the same, which is hereby authorized to negotiate for such amount as may be necessary to pay the expenses of the State Government.

R. SEMPLE,

President, and Delegate from Benicia.
WM. G. MARCY, Secretary.
J. ARAM,
L W. HASTINGS,

R. M. PRICE,
C. T. BOTTS,
HENRY HILL,

HUGO REID,
E. BROWN,
J. HOBSON,

JACINTO RODRIGUEZ,
J. A. CARRILLO,

J. McH. HOLLINSWORTH, PEDRO SANSEVAINE,
J. M. COVARRUBIAS, J. D. HOPPE.

W. E. SHANNON,
E. O. CROSBY,
J. M. JONES,

W. S. SHERWOOD,
P. DE LA GUERRA, T. 0. LARKIN,

J. R. SNYDER,
L. DENT
FRANCIS J. LÍPPITT,

A. STEARNS,
M. DOMINGUEZ,
B. S. LIPPINCOTT,

W. M. STEUART,
K. H. DIMMICK,
M. M. McCARVER.

J. A. SUTTER,
A. J. ELLIS,
JOHN MCDOUGALL,

HENRY A. TEFFT,
S. C. FOSTER,
B. F. MOORE,

THOMAS L. VERMULE,
E. GILBERT,
MYRON NORTON,

M. G. VALLEJO,
W. M. GWIN,
P. ORD,

J. P. WALKER,
H. W. HALLECK,

MIGUEL DE PEDRORENA, O. M. WOZENCRAFT,
JULIAN HANKS.

A. M. PICO.

II.-EXECUTIVE AND STATE OFFICERS.*

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Name.

Office.

Residence. Salary. Term expires. John B. Weller.... Governor (a). . Sacramento.$6,000. .Jan. 9, '60 Joseph Walkup. .Lieut.-Governor (b). Placer .....$12 per diem. Ferris Forman... . Sec'y of State (c) ... Sacramento. 3,500.. Aaron R. Meloney Controller (d)

3,500.. Thomas Findley Treasurer

· 3,500.. Thomas H. Williams... Attorney-General (f).

. 2,000.. Horace A. Higley..... Surveyor-General (g)

2,000.. Andrew J. Moulder.... Sup't Pub. Instn (h). S. Francisco. 3,500.. William C. Kibbe Qu'rterm'r-Gen'l (i). Sacramento. 2,000.. May, '62 John O'Meara . State Printer

Fees ..Jan. 9, '60 Edwin R. Campbell ... State Registrar....

.+1,200..M'y 10,'60 Manuel T. Brocklebank. Gov. Private Sec. (j).

2,000.. At will.

.

.

(a) Ex officio Chairman of Board of Examiners ; brary Director and member Board Exam

President Board of Education, of Library iners of State Prison Accounts.
Directors, State Prison Directors and Land (e) Ex officio Library Director, member Board
and Stamp Commissioners.

Examiners War Claims, Board Examiners (6) Ex officio President of Senate, State Prison State Prison Accounts and Stamp Com'er. and Library Director.

() Ex officio member Board Examiners and (c) Ex officio Superintendent of Public Buildings, Board Examiners State Prison Accounts.

State Librarian, member Board Examiners, (g) Ex officio member Board Education and Reg-
Land and Stamp Commissioner, State Pris- ister State Land Office.
on Director and State Sealer of Weights and (h) Ex officio member Board of Education.
Measures.

(i) Ex officio Adjutant-General and member (d) Ex officio member Board Land Commissioners Board Examiners War Claims.

and Board Examiners of War Claims, Li-1 () Secretary to Board of Examiners.

† And fees.

* For tenure, etc., of State Officers, see Constitution, page 72.

III.—REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. Thirty-Fifth Congress, commenced March 4, 1857, expires March 3, 1859. Second Session commences December 6, 1858, expires March 3, 1859.

Term Expires. Wm. M. Gwin...... ..San Francisco. ... Senator... ...March 3, 1861 David C. Broderick..

.March 3, 1863 Joseph C. McKibben....Sierra... Representative .. March 3, 1859 Charles L. Scott. Tuolumne

..March 3, 1859

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IV.—LEGISLATURE OF CALIFORNIA.*
Tenth Session commenced January 3, 1859.
1. SENATE.T-THIRTY-FIVE MEMBERS.

OFFICERS. I
President....
President pro tem.
Secretary..
Assistant Secretary.
Enrolling Clerk.
Engrossing Clerk.
Sergeant-at-Arms.
Door-Keeper...
Reporter.

MEMBERS. 1st District-Los Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego—Cameron E.

Thom. (dem.,) term expires January, 1860. 2d District — Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo-Romualdo Pacheco,

(dem.), term expires January, 1860. 3d District Monterey and Santa Cruz-D. S. Gregory, (dem.), term expires

January, 1860. 4th District—Santa Clara and Alameda—R. A. Redman, (dem.), term ex

expires January, 1861, 5th District-San Francisco and San Mateo-Gilbert A. Grant, (rep.), and

T. G. Phelps, (rep.), term expires January, 1860. C. H.
S. Williams, (rep.), and S. H. Parker, (rep.), term expires

Ja ary, 1861. * The pay of officers, members and employés of the Legislature is established as follows: By Act of the Legislature April 21, 1856, the Lieutenant-Governor and Speaker of the Assembly, twelve dollars per day ; Members for the first ninety days of the session, ten dollars, and for the remainder five dollars per day, and mileage at the rate of four dollars for every twenty miles of travel from their residences, by the nearest mail route, to the Capitol. By the Act of April 26, 1858, the Secretary of the Senate, the Clerk of the Assembly and the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate and Assembly, each receive ten dollars per day, and the Assistants, each nine dollars per day ; to the Engrossing Clerk, fifteen cents per folio ; to the Enrolling Clerks, twenty cents per folio, and for all other copy. ing, twelve cents per folio; to the Committee Clerks, each eight dollars ; to the porters, each five dollars, and to the pages, each three dollars per day. + Democrats, 25 ; Anti-Lecompton Democrats, 5; Republicans, 4; Independent, 1. # To be elected by the Senate.

6th District-Tulare, Fresno, Mariposa, Merced and Buena Vista-Samuel

A. Merritt, (dem.), term expires January, 1861. 7th District-Tuolumne and Stanislaus-William Holden, (dem.), term ex

pires January, 1860. Isaac N. Quinn, (dem.), term ex

pires January, 1861. 8th District-Contra Costa and San Joaquin-George W. Dent, (dem.), term

expires January, 1861. 9th District-Sacramento-Johnson Price, (dem.), term expires January,

1860. James M. McDonald, (dem.), term expires Janu

ary, 1861.

10th District-Solano, Napa and Yolo-Humphrey Griffith, (A. L. dem.),

term expires January, 1860. 11th District—Marin, Sonoma and Mendocino-Jasper O'Farrell, (dem.),

term expires January, 1861. 12th District-Klamath, Del Norte and Siskiyou—J. Berry, (dem.), term ex

pires January, 1860. 13th District—Colusa, Shasta and Tehama_Ephraim Garter, (dem.), term

expires January, 1860. 14th District-Butte and Plumas-A. S. Hart, (A. L. dem.), term expires

January, 1860. Sylvester A. Ballou, (A. L. dem.), term

expires January, 1861. 15th District-Yuba and Sutter-Isaac Allen, (A. L. dem.), term expires

January, 1860. E. D. Wheeler, (A. L. dem.), and W. H.

Parks, (dem.), term expires January, 1861. 16th District-Nevada-E. F. Burton, (ind.), term expires January, 1860.

Christopher J. Lansing, (dem.), term expires January,

1861. 17th District-Placer-J. H. Baker, (dem.), term expires January, 1860.

James Anderson, (dem.), term expires January, 1861. 18th District—El Dorado-S. F. Hamm, (dem.), and W. B. Dickinson, (dem.),

term expires January, 1860. Arthur St. Clair Denver, (dem.), and Isaac S. Titus, (dem.), term expires January,

1861. 19th District-Calaveras and Amador-L. N. Ketcham, (dem.), term expires

January, 1860. B. T. Bradley, (dem.), term expires Jan

uary, 1861. 20th District-Sierra—M. Kirkpatrick, (dem.), term expires January, 1861. 21st District--Humboldt and Trinity-John C. Burch, (dem.), term expires

January, 1860.

2. ASSEMBLY.*-EIGHTY MEMBERS.

OFFICERS.
Speakert..
Clerk....

* Democrats, 56 ; Anti-Lecompton Democrats, 16; Republican, 8. + To be elected by the Assembly.

# Ex officio Library Director.

Assistant Clerk..
Enrolling Clerk
Engrossing Clerk.
Sergeant-at-Arms
Door-Keeper...

MEMBERS.

Alameda-William P. Rodgers, (dem.)
Amador-W. W. Cope, (dem.); John A. Eagan, (dem.)
Butte-Philip P. Caine, (A. L. dem.); Frank E. Cannon, (A. L. dem.)
Calaveras–James Burdick, (dem.); C. W. Lightner, (dem.); Charles E.

Mount, (dem.)
Colusa and Tehama–H. W. Dunlap, (dem.)
Contra Costa-Benjamin S. Hines, (dem.)
Del Norte and Klamath—John Daggart, (dem.)
El Dorado-- Alfred Briggs, (A. L. dem.); William Coleman, (dem.); George

M. Condee, (dem.); George A. Douglass, (A. L. dem.); George
N. Douglass, (dem.); J. S. Tipton, (dem.); Henry C. Sloss,

(A. L. dem.); Ogden Squires, (dem.)
Fresno, Tulare and Buena Vista~James M. Roane, (dem.)
Humboldt-E. L. Davis, (A. L. dem.)
Los AngelesAndreas Pico, (dem.); Henry Hancock, (dem.)
Marin-Manuel Torres, (dem.)
Mariposa and MercedGeo. H. Crenshaw, (dem.); Andrew J. Gregory, (dem.)
MontereyMariano Malarin, (dem.)
NapaWilliam B. Matthews, (dem.)
Nevada—William R. Armstrong; (dem.); Christopher Cahalan, (dem.); John

Caldwell, (A.. L. dem.); Philip Moore, (dem.); George A

Young, (dem.) Placer—William P. Barclay, (dem.); Philip Lynch, (dem.); William C. Strat

ton, (dem.); W. P. Wing, (dem.) PlumasThomas B. Shannon, (A. L. dem.) Sacramento—R. B. Ellis, (dem.); Charles Duncombe, (A. L. dem.); A. R.

Jackson, (A. L. dem.); James E. Sheridan, (dem.)
San Bernardino—G. N. Whitman, (dem.)
San DiegoA. S. Ensworth, (dem.)
San Francisco James A. Banks, (rep.); John W. Cherry, (rep.); Albert A.

Hill, (rep.); Louis R. Lull, (rep.); Jacob B. Moore, (rep.);
Frank M. Pixley, (rep.); William W. Shepard, (rep.); James

M. Taylor, (rep.)
San Joaquin G. C. Holman, (dem.); Thomas Laspeyre, (dem.)
San Luis Obispo-Walter Murray, (dem.)
San Mateo-David W. Connolly, (dem.)
Santa Barbara-Eugene Lies, (dem.)
Santa Clara–J. P. Springer, (dem.); E. C. Tully, (dem.)

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