Pacific Municipalities and Counties, Volumes 34-35

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Pacific Municipalities, 1920 - Municipal government
 

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Contents

Municipal Camping Grounds for Motorists Professor J William Gregg
71
City Manager Government H S Maddox
81
What Our Pacific Coast Cities and Counties Are Doing
90
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
141
Municipal Revenues Major E J Marks
150
Ornamental Shade Trees A E Shamel
158
Public Health Centers and the Community Dr Richard A Bolt
164
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
181
City Management William Ryan
192
Municipal Landing Fields for Aircraft IV P Butcher
198
What Our Pacific Coast Cities Are Doing
207
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
221
State or Municipal Accident Insurance Which C W Fellows
229
Recent Court Decisions Affecting Municipalities
243
Titles of New Ordinances Received
249
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
261
Local Improvement Act of 1919 Norman E Malcolm
272
Personality and Human Beings in TownPlanning Work Theodora
280
Titles of New Ordinances Received
287
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
301
Pittsburgs New Water Supply R M Dorton
320
City Officials of Santa Monica
323
Information Bureau
326
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
341
The Federal Water Power Act
349
Constitutional Amendments of 1920
355
By All Means Hold Dr Bailey
363
Copies of Ordinances Wanted
370
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
383
TWENTYSECOND YEAR No 10
411
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
413
Resolution Concerning Lorin A Handley
419
Some Engineering and Economic Features of the Municipal Electric System
429
AND COUNTIES
452
The View point of the Corporation W E Creed 162
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Publication Office
Zoning As a Part of City PlanningT W Watson 109
109
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
125
Santa Monica 133
135
A General Business LicenseFrank J Townsend 141
141
Health Officers Section 147
147
An Administration of Municipal Water Works 153
153
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
165
The Hare System of Proportional RepresentationLewis C Hunter Presi
172
New Election System Held FraudProof 182
182
Health Officers Section 188
188
Municipal Ownership in California 194
194
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
205
Municipal Ownership in CaliforniaHlas It Been a Success? 211
211
OCTOBER 1920
216
Mr Wiggington Creed on Public Ownership
222
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What Our Pacific Coast Cities Are Doing 235
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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
245
State Highway Work Relieves Unemployment_6000000 in Contracts
254
The Portland Public Market SystemMarie Wade 250
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What Our Pacific Coast Cities Are Doing 274
274
of this magazine for each of its officials without extra charge If not received kindly notify
285
The Coming Contest Public vs Private ControlBy Wm J Locke
296
The Attitude of Los Angeles On the Power Situation 307
307
Health Officers Program 313
313
Official Call of the Convention 324
324
Constitution of the League 331
334
A Plan to Reduce the High Cost of Electricity 319
349
NOTICE_Every city belonging to the League of California Municipalities is entitled to a copy
357
ProgramTwentysecond Annual Convention of the League of California
383
ProgramCalifornia Association of Dairy and Milk Inspectors 395
391
Titles of New Ordinances Received 401
428
Election Plan of Los Angeles CityBy R L Criswell 435
435
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA MUNICIPALITIES
441
Should all Utility Company Pipes be placed Under Ground Prior to
451
Titles of New Ordinances 441
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Page 293 - All officers shall hold office until the next annual meeting and until their successors are elected or until removed by vote of a majority vote of the directors.
Page 114 - DRAMA, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act...
Page 114 - None. 2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) The Engineers Club of Baltimore, Sole Owners.
Page 257 - A majority of the board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business, for the performance of any duty, or for the exercise of any power of the board. No vacancy in the board shall impair the right of the remaining members to exercise all the powers of the board.
Page 474 - Every tax has the effect of a judgment against the person, and every lien created by this title has the force and effect of an execution duly levied against all property of the delinquent; the judgment is not satisfied, nor the lien removed, until the taxes are paid or the property sold for the payment thereof.
Page 308 - Act for such period or periods, not exceeding a total of three years, as in the discretion of the commission may be necessary for making examinations and surveys, for preparing maps, plans, specifications, and estimates, and for making financial arrangements. Each such permit shall set forth the conditions under which priority shall be maintained and a license issued.
Page 203 - To sue and be sued in all courts and places and in all actions and proceedings whatever...
Page 377 - Resolved, that these resolutions be spread upon our minutes and a copy thereof forwarded to the bereaved family.
Page 204 - If, for the space of ten days after such application, the corporation refuses or neglects to supply the gas...
Page 84 - When, therefore, a business of real public importance can only be carried on advantageously upon so large a scale as to render the liberty of competition almost illusory, it is an unthrifty dispensation of the public resources that several costly sets of arrangements should be kept up for the purpose of rendering to the community this one service. It is much better to treat it at once as a public function...

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