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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5101-5109



5101.  The board of supervisors of any county or the governing body
of any city, may receive devises, bequests, donations, and gifts, for
the purpose of erecting, within the county, or city, a monument in
memory of California pioneers.


5102.  When, in the opinion of the board of supervisors or other
governing body, the devises, bequests, donations, and gifts received
are sufficient for the purpose, it may erect the monument.



5103.  The board of supervisors or other governing body may submit
to the qualified electors of the county, or the city, the question
whether taxes for the erection of a monument to the California
pioneers shall be levied on the taxable property of the county or
city. The question shall be submitted at a general or other election
held in the county or city.



5104.  Twenty days' notice of the election shall be given by posting
in at least three public places in the county, or the city. The
notices shall state specifically the amount to be raised and the
purpose. If a majority of all the votes cast at the election are in
favor of the proposal, the tax provided for in this article is
authorized.



5105.  There shall be placed on the ballots for such election the
words "Tax for pioneer monument--Yes" and "Tax for pioneer
monument--No."


5106.  When the tax has been voted in a county, the board of
supervisors, in the next annual levy of taxes, shall levy a tax on
the property in the county, sufficient to produce the amount voted
for the purpose, which tax shall be assessed and collected in the
same manner as other taxes are levied and collected.



5107.  When the tax has been voted in a city, its governing body, in
the next annual levy of taxes, shall levy a tax on the property in
the city, sufficient to produce the amount voted for the purpose,
which tax shall be assessed and collected in the same manner as other
taxes are levied and collected.


5108.  When the taxes so raised and collected are available, the
board of supervisors, in case of monuments for a county, and the
governing body of a city, in case of monuments for a city, shall
proceed to carry out the purpose for which the money was voted.




5109.  The boards of supervisors in the several counties may
appropriate money from the general fund of the county to erect
monuments or to place tablets to commemorate historic spots or places
within the limits of the county.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5101-5109

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5101-5109



5101.  The board of supervisors of any county or the governing body
of any city, may receive devises, bequests, donations, and gifts, for
the purpose of erecting, within the county, or city, a monument in
memory of California pioneers.


5102.  When, in the opinion of the board of supervisors or other
governing body, the devises, bequests, donations, and gifts received
are sufficient for the purpose, it may erect the monument.



5103.  The board of supervisors or other governing body may submit
to the qualified electors of the county, or the city, the question
whether taxes for the erection of a monument to the California
pioneers shall be levied on the taxable property of the county or
city. The question shall be submitted at a general or other election
held in the county or city.



5104.  Twenty days' notice of the election shall be given by posting
in at least three public places in the county, or the city. The
notices shall state specifically the amount to be raised and the
purpose. If a majority of all the votes cast at the election are in
favor of the proposal, the tax provided for in this article is
authorized.



5105.  There shall be placed on the ballots for such election the
words "Tax for pioneer monument--Yes" and "Tax for pioneer
monument--No."


5106.  When the tax has been voted in a county, the board of
supervisors, in the next annual levy of taxes, shall levy a tax on
the property in the county, sufficient to produce the amount voted
for the purpose, which tax shall be assessed and collected in the
same manner as other taxes are levied and collected.



5107.  When the tax has been voted in a city, its governing body, in
the next annual levy of taxes, shall levy a tax on the property in
the city, sufficient to produce the amount voted for the purpose,
which tax shall be assessed and collected in the same manner as other
taxes are levied and collected.


5108.  When the taxes so raised and collected are available, the
board of supervisors, in case of monuments for a county, and the
governing body of a city, in case of monuments for a city, shall
proceed to carry out the purpose for which the money was voted.




5109.  The boards of supervisors in the several counties may
appropriate money from the general fund of the county to erect
monuments or to place tablets to commemorate historic spots or places
within the limits of the county.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5101-5109

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5101-5109



5101.  The board of supervisors of any county or the governing body
of any city, may receive devises, bequests, donations, and gifts, for
the purpose of erecting, within the county, or city, a monument in
memory of California pioneers.


5102.  When, in the opinion of the board of supervisors or other
governing body, the devises, bequests, donations, and gifts received
are sufficient for the purpose, it may erect the monument.



5103.  The board of supervisors or other governing body may submit
to the qualified electors of the county, or the city, the question
whether taxes for the erection of a monument to the California
pioneers shall be levied on the taxable property of the county or
city. The question shall be submitted at a general or other election
held in the county or city.



5104.  Twenty days' notice of the election shall be given by posting
in at least three public places in the county, or the city. The
notices shall state specifically the amount to be raised and the
purpose. If a majority of all the votes cast at the election are in
favor of the proposal, the tax provided for in this article is
authorized.



5105.  There shall be placed on the ballots for such election the
words "Tax for pioneer monument--Yes" and "Tax for pioneer
monument--No."


5106.  When the tax has been voted in a county, the board of
supervisors, in the next annual levy of taxes, shall levy a tax on
the property in the county, sufficient to produce the amount voted
for the purpose, which tax shall be assessed and collected in the
same manner as other taxes are levied and collected.



5107.  When the tax has been voted in a city, its governing body, in
the next annual levy of taxes, shall levy a tax on the property in
the city, sufficient to produce the amount voted for the purpose,
which tax shall be assessed and collected in the same manner as other
taxes are levied and collected.


5108.  When the taxes so raised and collected are available, the
board of supervisors, in case of monuments for a county, and the
governing body of a city, in case of monuments for a city, shall
proceed to carry out the purpose for which the money was voted.




5109.  The boards of supervisors in the several counties may
appropriate money from the general fund of the county to erect
monuments or to place tablets to commemorate historic spots or places
within the limits of the county.

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