STATUTES AND AMENDMENTS TO THE CODES 1998

Volume # Section Title Chapter #'s
Volume 1 Constitution of the State of California
Index to the Constitution
Measures Submitted to Vote of Electors at Primary Election June 2, 1998
Measures Submitted to Vote of Electors at Primary Election November 3, 1998
Certificate of Elections by Secretary of State
Propositions Submitted to Vote of Electors at General Election June 2, 1998
Propositions Submitted to Vote of Electors at General Election November 3, 1998
List of Officers
Table of Laws Enacted
Table of Resolutions Adopted
Table of Law Enacted,
1997 - 98 First Extraordinary Session
Table of Resolution Adopted,
1997 - 98 First Extraordinary Session
Text of Statutes and Code Amendments
Regular Session
   Statute Chapters
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chapters 1 - 315
Volume 2 Regular Session
   Statute Chapters
 
Chapters 316 - 451
Volume 3 Regular Session
   Statute Chapters
 
Chapters 452 - 822
Volume 4 Regular Session
   Statute Chapters
 
Chapters 823 - 947
Volume 5 Regular Session
   Statute Chapters
Resolution Chapters
First Extraordinary Session
Concurrent Resolution First Extraordinary Session
 
Chapters 948 - 1080
Chapters 1 - 183
Chapters 9
Resolution Chapter 2
Volume 6 Summary Digest - Volume 1
Bill Chapters
   First Extraordinary Session
Resolution Chapters
   First Extraordinary Session
Digest Chapters Superior Numbers
Cross Reference Tables
   Cross Reference Table - First Extraordinary Session
New General Laws, 1989 - 1997
Index
 
Chapters 1 - 1080
Chapters 9
Chapters 1 - 183
Chapter 2
Page 543
Page 609
Page 621
Page 625
Page 641
  Summary Digest - Volume 2
Statutory Record, 1989 - 1997
Superior Numbers
Appendix
 
S - 5
S - 1133
Page 5

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