California Jurisprudence; A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of the State of California Volume 7

California Jurisprudence; A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of the State of California Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...and all purposes, in any fiscal year, seventy per cent of a particular county fund has been expended prior to the first of January of that fiscal year, or liabilities to the amount of seventy per cent have been incurred payable therefrom, no more of the fund's money may be expended prior to January first, except only for the emergency purposes enumerated in that section; County of Glenn v. Klemmer, 153 Cal. 211, 94 Pac. 894. See Babcock v. Goodrich, 47 Cal. 488 holding that 4070, Pol. Code, which declared in effect that the board of supervisors must not contract debts and liabilities, which, added to the salaries of officers, etc., will exceed the revenue of the county for the year, did not mean, by "revenue," the actual amount of money received into the treasury, but the estimate of the board of Work to be paid for in installments.--A contract for work to be done in the future to be paid for in installments, where the installments payable in any one year supervisors of what the revenue Schwartz v. Wilson, 75 Cal. 502, 17 would be. It is the estimate of Pac. 449. the supervisors, at the time an ac-10-McGowan v. Ford, 107 Cal. count is presented for allowance, 177, 40 Pac-231. _, t _ ti.., - 11. County of Tehama v. Sisson, of what the revenue or tne year', ........, t. 152 Cal. 167, 92 Pac. 64. will be, which must control their' action in allowing or rejecting it. 12. See infra, 120. 13. County of Tehama v. Sisson, 9. County of Tehama v. Sisson, 152 Cal. 167, 92 Pac. 64. 152 Cal. 167, 92 Pac. 64; McGowan 14. County of Tehama v. Sisson, v. Ford, 107 Cal. 177, 40 Pac. 231; 152 Cal. 167, 92 Pac. 64. do not exceed the revenue of that year, does not, at the time of entering...show more

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  • 9781236527790