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Assembly Bill 683 (Assembly Committee on Revision and Reform of Laws - 1901)

Chapter 157, Statutes of 1901 - AB 683

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Assembly Bill 683 was introduced by the Assembly Committee on Revision and Reform of Laws on February 8, 1901.  (See Exhibit #1a)  The Committee on the Revision and Reform of Laws was chaired by Assembly member Treadwell of San Francisco.  (See Exhibit #3)  The Assembly Committee on Revision and Reform of Laws and the Senate Committee on Code Revision considered the bill.  (See Exhibit #2)  The measure was then approved by Governor Henry T. Gage and enacted as Chapter 157 of the Statutes of 1901.  (See Exhibit #1d)

 

Assembly Bill 683 was the Committee Substitute for Assembly Bill 119.  (See Exhibit #14, page 861)  Assembly Bill 119 was introduced by Assembly member Treadwell on January 11, 1901.  (See Exhibit #8)  It was withdrawn on February 8, 1901 when Assembly Bill 683 was introduced as a substitute.  (See Exhibit #9) 

 

There was a Senate version of the effort to revise and reform the California Codes, introduced by Senator Devlin in Senate Bill 140 on January 10, 1901.  (See Exhibit #11)  Senate Bill 140 was heard in the Senate Committee on Code Revision and in the Assembly Committee on Revision and Reform of Laws.  After being passed by the Assembly Committee on February 28, 1901, no further action was taken by the bill and it died in the Assembly.  (See Exhibit #12)