California Code, Labor Code - LAB § 205

In agricultural, viticultural, and horticultural pursuits, in stock or poultry raising, and in household domestic service, when the employees in such employments are boarded and lodged by the employer, the wages due any employee remaining in such employment shall become due and payable once in each calendar month on a day designated in advance by the employer as the regular payday.  No two successive paydays shall be more than 31 days apart, and the payment shall include all wages up to the regular payday.  Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, wages of workers employed by a farm labor contractor shall be paid on payroll periods at least once everyweek on a business day designated in advance by the farm labor contractor.  Payment on such payday shall include all wages earned up to and including the fourth day before such payday.

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