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diction. Whether or not a “boycott" is, in itself, illegal is not decided, although the court says that it is generally so held.

On November 21, 1904, however, Judge Hebbard, of the Superior Court of San Francisco, rendered a decision which adopts the doctrine that the boycott in itself is a breach of the peace. The opinion was delivered in the case of Goldberg, Bowen & Co. vs. Stablemen's Union, No. 8760, and contains the following language: "To proclaim a business or the proprietors thereof “unfair' in this manner is as infamous as to proclaim before a private dwelling that the inmates thereof are prostitutes. The acts complained of are breaches of the peace, and it is safe to say that if met by personal violence on the part of the one boycotted did he so elect, instead of appealing to the law, he would be justified by a jury under his constitutional right of self-defense. It is the opinion of the court that no man or woman, nor any number of either, may promenade before the place of business of the plaintiff, or any other person, bearing any sign, placard, transparency, or written or printed notice of any kind whatever, reflecting on the honesty, or integrity, or fairness of the business itself, or the proprietors thereof."

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

FOR THE FIFTY-FOURTH FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1903, AND FOR

THE FIFTY-FIFTH FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1904.

FIFTY-FOURTH FISCAL YEAR.

APPROPRIATIONS.
Salary of Commissioner
Salary of Deputy Commissioner
Salaries of Special Agents, and contingent and traveling expenses -
Printing-
Office rent.
Balance brought forward from contingent fund, fifty-third fiscal year.
Balance brought forward from printing fund, fifty-third fiscal year

$3,000 00 1,800 00 2,500 00

625 00 600 00

24 34 625 00

$9,174 34

DISBURSEMENTS.

Salary of Commissioner
Salary of Deputy Commissioner
Salaries of Special Agents

$3,000 00
1,800 00
2,165 15

$6,965 15

235 68 117 30 600 00

Contingent expenses.
Traveling expenses
Office rent.

Printing Biennial Report for the fifty-second and fifty-third fiscal years.

$7,918 13 1,250 00

$9,168 13

Total appropriations
Total disbursements...

$9,174 34
9,168 13

Unexpended balance, June 30, 1903.

$6 21

SALARY ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.

F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903
J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903.
E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903
L. Brosnan, Special Agent, July 1, 1902, to February 6, 1903
W. P. Day, Special Agent, July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903..
K. Zwicker, Special Agent, July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903
W. Macarthur, Special Agent, during Oetober, 1902.

$3,000 00 1,800 00 1,200 00 432 00 302 87 202 28 28 00

$6,965 15

OFFICE RENT ACCOUNT ITEMIZED. Rent from July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903, at $50 per month.

$600 00

CONTINGENT EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.

Telephone...
Postage
Stationery -
Miscellaneous
Mercantile Towel Company -

$96 45 101 40 18 70 10 13 900

$235 68

$2 10 1 90 2 55 2 65 2 30 1 10 2 90

95 1 40 1'55 1 90 1 30 12 90

TRAVELING EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED. 1902. July – E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare.-

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare Aug. -E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare Sept. - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare. Oct. -E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare.--

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare. Nov. - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfareDec. – E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare.-

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare.

F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, traveling expenses
1903.
Jan. –E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, traveling expenses.
F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, traveling expenses

W. P. Day, Special Agent, carfare..
Feb. - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, traveling expenses

F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, traveling expenses Mar. - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare.

F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, traveling expenses April -F. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare. May – E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare. June - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare.-

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare.

1 10 8 20 7 50

45 2 60 23 20 18 35 2 20

80 11 00 1 80

95 1 20 1 00

90 55

$117 30

FIFTY-FIFTH FISCAL YEAR.

APPROPRIATIONS.
Salary of Commissioner...
Salary of Deputy Commissioner
Salaries of Special Agents and traveling and contingent expenses
Printing...
Office rent.

$3,000 00 1,800 00 2,500 00

625 00 600 00

$8,525 00

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$248 15

Balance unexpended June 30, 1904

SALARY ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.
F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, July 1, 1903, to July 1, 1904
J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, July 1, 1903, to July 1, 1904.
E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, July 1, 1903, to April 26, 1904
K. Zwicker, Special Agent, July 1, 1903, to July 1, 1904.
W. P. Day, Special Agent, July 1, 1903, to July 1, 1904

$3,000 00 1,800 00

986 65 657 10 408 00

$6,812 75

OFFICE RENT ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.

Rent from July 1, 1903, to July 1, 1904, at $50 per month

$600 00

$1 10 2 70 1 00 1 10 1 60 1 70 6 00

80

TRAVELING EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.
1903.
July -E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare..
Sept.-E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare...

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare.
Oct. - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare ---

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare.. Nov.-E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare -

F. V. Meyers, Commissioner, traveling expenses Dec. — E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare..

1904. Jan. - E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare. Feb. - E. L. guin, Special Agent, carfare..

J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare.

W. P. Day, Special Agent, carfare
Mar.-E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare
Apr. —J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare

E. L. Reguin, Special Agent, carfare..
May-J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare
June-J. D. Kelsey, Deputy Commissioner, carfare

90 2 90 1 40

90 1 70 1 25 2 40 1 90 1 50

$30 85

CONTINGENT EXPENSE ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.
Telephone
Postage.
Stationery
Miscellaneous
Mercantile Towel Company

$93 65 35 50

4 00 27 10 9 00

$169 25

*To be expended immediately, together with appropriation for fifty-sixth fiscal year, in printing this report.

In compliance with the law directing the submission of a statement covering the expenditure of funds appropriated by the State for the maintenance of the Bureau, the foregoing is herewith presented.

The full amount appropriated for salaries of the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner and office rent during the fifty-fourth and fiftyfifth fiscal years has been expended.

On July 1, 1903, there was an unexpended balance of $6.21 from the amount allotted to the salaries of special agents and traveling and contingent expenses, which, according to law, reverted to the State Treasury.

The amount of $1,250 now on hand for printing will, no doubt, be wholly insufficient for the printing of this present biennial report, entirely aside from other supplies necessary.

On July 1, 1904, the sum of $248.15 remained unexpended from the fund of $2,500, which was duly carried forward to credit of said fund for the fifty-sixth fiscal year. This amount remained owing to the fact of Special Agent E. L. Reguin's resignation and the vacancy not having been filled until after the end of the fiscal year.

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