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Notice is hereby giyen that a General Electioi 
the first day of ISeptember next, throughout th 
ing Officers are to be elected s 



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DISTRICT JUDGES for the foUcwing 

1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8l 

AlsOp Senators are to be elecl 



4th District. Composed of the counties 
of Alameda and Santa Clara, One Senator. 

5th District. Composed of the counties 
of San Francisco and San Mateo. Two Sen- 
ators. 

6th District. Composed of the counties 
of Mariposa, Merced, Tulare, Fresno and 
Buena Vista. One Senator. 

7th District. Composed of the counties 
of Stanislaus and Tuolumne. One Senator. 

8th District. Composed of the Counties 
of San Joaquin Si Contra Costa. One Senator. 



9th District. Composed of the coui 
Sacramento. One Senator. 

11th District. Composed of the eoi 
of Marin, Sonoma and Mendocino. One I 
ator. 

14th District. Composed of the couj 
of Butte and Plumas. One Senator. 

15th District. Composed of the coi 
of Sutter and Yuba. One Senator anc 
from Yuba. 



Also, the following Memb 



Alameda eouoty, 
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State of Catifomia^ Eacecutive DepaiK^tu/^ent. 

laf a General Election iis to be held on Wedue8day9 
|r next^ throughout the ^tate^ at which the follow- 
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for the foUcwing Judicial Districts s 

Id, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 13t and 14th. 

s are to be elected as follows: 



9th District. Composed of the county of 
Sacraineiito. One Senator. 

11th District- Composed of the counties 
of Marin, Sonoma and Mendocino. One Sen- 
ator. 

14th District- Composed of the counties 
of Uutte and Plumas. One Senator. 

15th District- Composed of the counties 
of Sutter and Yuba. One Senator and one 
from Yuba. 



16th District. Composed of the county 
of Nevada. One Senator. 

17th District. Composed of the County 
of Placer. One Senator. 

18th District. Composed of the county 
of El Dorado. Tivo Senators. 

19th District. Composed of the counties 
of Amador and Calaveras. One Senator. 

20th District. Composed of the county 
of Sierra. One Senator. 



living Members of Assembly i 

Napa County, One Member „ Santa Cruz County. One Member 



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lapa County, One Member 

fevada *' Five 

•lacer " Four 

•lumas " One 

Sacramento " Four 

»an Bernardino county, One 



Jan Diego 
San Francisco 
San Mateo 

Ian Joaquin 

Ian Luis Obispo 

lanta Barbara 
ISanta Clara 



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One 

Two 

One 

One 

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Santa Cruz County, One Member 

Shasta " One 

Sierra " Two 

Siskiyou ** One 

Solano " One 

Sonoma and Mendocino counties, Two 

Stanislaus county, One 

Sutter " One 

Trinity " One 

Tulare, Fresno and Buena Vista 

counties One 

Tuolumne county Four 

Yolo " One 

Yuba « Five 



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Merced, l^erada. Placer, §an Ber- 
m Blateo, Trinity and Tniare. 

leies for County Judges other (han (hose contained 
Counties will proceed to elect* The above list is 
s of this office show. 



toards of Countj Supervisors is directed to the 
entitled ^' An Act to amend an Act to regulate 
13d, 1850," passed April 27th, 1855* See Statutes 



le €(reat !■ 
of July, 
ight. 



of State, at office in Sacramento, Cal- 
in the year of our Lord one thousand 



AN, Secretary of State. 



so, tne louoiving 



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Amador «* Two 

Butte «« Two 

Calaveras " Three 

Colusi and Tehama counties One 

Contra Costa county, One 

El Dorado " Eight 

Humboldt " One 

Klamath &Del Norte counties,. One 

JLos Angeles county, Two 

Marin ." One 

Mariposa and Merced counties, Two 
Monterey county, One 



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San Francisco 
San Mateo 
San Joaquin 
San Liuis Obispo 
Santa Barbara 
Santa Clara 



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One 

Two 

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Also, County Judges in the foUowii 

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nardino, San Mateo, Trinit; 

Should there be any Taeaiieies for County Judg< 
in this Proclaufiation, the Counties will proceei 
eorrect^ so far as the books of thif$ office show. 



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The attention of the Boar<ls of County Suj 
second Section of an Act entitled '' An Act to 
Elections, paissed March SSd, 1850,^^ passed Api 
of 1855, page 160. 

Witness my hand and the Great Seal of State, 
ifornia, this thirtieth day of July, in the yeai 
eight hundred and fifty-eight. 



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iVOTICE IS SIEREBY OITE^^ thai 
TUESDAY, THE GTII DAY OF ]\ OYE 

at which the following* Olficer»$ are to be el 

Four Electors for Pres^iideDt and Vic 
Also, A District Jud&re for the \^\\\ •] 



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lat a General Election Is to be held on 
EIUBER NEXT, tiirou|srliout the State, 

le elected : 

ice President of the Uiiiteti States. 






h Judicial District. 




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t« be elected as follows ! 

a aiMl Alaiiieila^ • ^«^ Seiii>.tor« 

i^eo ami Sill ^laieo .Two ^ieiiators. 

rinoi^a^ Mereecl^ T'wlare and Bfirsia 

••••• •••- One Seiiiii<?rf 

ni kVaViiVra\i§. I i^r.i^ Senator. 

;ia and San Joaquin <Nie St^nator. 

^ Cine Senator. 

[< ndoeino and Sonoma • • ^ .One Senator. 

Pinnia§ • Osie Seiia tor. 

^Miter ....•...• ♦••••.. .One Senator 

••••• .One Seiiaitir. 

^^^^.. •••• Oiie Senator, 

..•.•.•••••• ••••••One Senator. 

.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •'^^^^^ Senait€>r?«i. 

id Calaveras •••..•One Senator* 

,^^ «••••••«•••• •One Senator, 

(iiibers of Assembly; 

K'!»ht'r ; Cuiavoras county, 3 niombers; Cohisi and Tehama count ie§, 1 mcm- 
riilohii county, 1 member ; Klamath and Del \erte counties, 1 member ; Los 
[•el counties, •i nu'mbers ; Mendoeiiu> county, 1 member ; Monterey county, 1 
iiity, 4 mendurs; IMumas county, "2 mendiers ; Sacramento county, 4 mem- 
j irancisco county, S mend»ers; San l>lat«'0 county, 1 mend»er; San Joaf|Uin 
\uU\ ] niendier; Saida C lara county, 'i mendiers ; Santa C ruz county, 1 mem- 
linendMr; Aolano county, 1 mend»er ; A'onoma county, I mend»er; Manislaus 
\\kvv, rresno and Iluena Vista counties, 1 member; Tuolumne county, 4 mem- 

iiiities : Tulare ; San Jflateo ; Nan l>ie&:o. 





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4fh lli^irict^ eomposetl of the coiiiifie^ of Naiita Clara 
5ih DiNtriet^ eonipo^ctl of the eoiinde^ of Nan Fraiici««< 
6fli DiMriet^ coEiipoised of liie eouiifies of Fre^iio^ .^l^irn 

Ti^ta • • -,........ 

Till Di$<frii*t9 eoiiipo<»»ecl of Oii^ eoiiistie^ of Tiioliiiniie am 
Hih District, eoiiipoNed of the eoiiiilieN of € oiitra Co^la 
%H\\ BKtrie*, eoiiipoMMl of <lie eoiiP.fr of SaeraiiieiHo^.* 
Hill lli^triet^ eonipoiseil of <lie eoiiiilies of Harsis.. fi^ ik 
14tli IliNtriet^ eoiiipo^ecl of the eoiintieiii of Butte aiiti PI 
15ili Wi^trict^ eoiiipoM d of the eoiiiitie^i ofl iiba and S%\ 

And for the eoiintj^ of Yiiha**.. • «. 

16ili l>l*^tr5et* eonipo^ed of <he eount^r of Xevada 

IHtli llimtiiet^ eoni{>o<<sed of the eoiinty of Kl ]>orado... 
19tli lli^triet. eoiiipo^ed of the eountiei^ of inirtd^'^i* aidl 
!20th District, composed of the eotintv of Sierra*«**«» J 

ALso, the following Mcuj 

Alameda county, 1 nioinbor ; Amador county, 2 members ; Rntte county. 1 n'^iilM 
her ; Contra Costa county, 1 member ; Fl Dorado county, - fiienihers ; llunilolj 
Ant^eles county, •! nu'uibers; .^arin county, 1 member ; Ufariposa and >Iercel < 
mend>er ; -Vapa county,! member; i>eyada county, 5 mt iiiImts ; Placer couity 
l>ers \ San Bernardino county, 1 mend»er ; San l>ie^o county, I ni4'nd>er ; San I ri^ 
couiiiy, 2 membi'rs ; San Luis Obis|)o county, I mendier ; Santa Itarliara coinil». 
ber : Shasta county, 1 member; Sierra county. '^ nu'ndMrs; .Viskiyou counry, I iih 
county, I mendier: tVutter count>, 1 mend»er ; Trinity county. I member; Tula*r.| 
Ihts; Yolo coiiiitv, 1 mcinbi'r; Yuba county, .> iiu'inbcrs. 

Also, County •ludg'eK in the^ foib»viiiju;' Conn 







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Ti«l<' f'itr {Kiyiii;: o<'rti\lK e^jnKahli" claims u«:aiii>it tlie^i 
for ilkAi |siir|M»!«e,*' appro^rd April ;MNIi, V. I>. 1*^ '- 

Al*«, <o the provisions of an Act eiititlod " in Act i« 
or aa;aingt a C<»jsreiit!«»« to rivist* and cliaiii;^e the Cojsi 
1H60. 

st-ction of an AH ontiUod " An Act «<> aiiMiid an A<t to rcsulato Elections. |»ass<0 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my ha 
Done at Sacramento, California, this 29th day of Sept< 
Hundred and Sixty. 




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Urns if^iin Aei eiiiilled "An Art i.o |iro- 

||m' *»<afc of C45l»f««'fiirt, aii«l to c<>»itpact a fiinthil tlchi 

t rrcommendins^ to tlic electors of the 8(atc to vote for 
o].<<i<i4iition of llie State," a|)|»royeci April 2Htli, A. fl, 

l»«iy .'ii!|H>*-' » >■** iiN tiireete« to Use »^e€*o;;Hl 

[iissr'l >f,.r,ii*5i;itl. I«A<„ osstd April 5J7th. 1855. ^,^.^, .Vtatutis of 1H55, p. H$0. 

hand, and caused the great Seal state to be affixed, 
ptt^mber, in the year of our Lort ^e Thousand Eight 









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Kirat — Civil bonds ot tne 9tat« iMoed under 
the fiinJing Acispaated in the yeartt one thou- , 
Kiiitil figbt nun. lied aad rtftv-<>ne. one tlitmsand 
ei^'lu huudred aaJ tifly-two.'oae thouaand eiirht 
liuLdred and tiftyttiree. one ihousam! eicht lum- 
•Jred and titty-five. «nd one thousand eight hun- | 
dreil und Hlfy^ii. whirh are d^-w nut^undiOK. 
with iQteri'st t'itte oo the >ame. when presentt^d. 
aiiappfar* \>\ the coupons. 

.Srcood— c'onliiller's warraDta. drawn under 
MDt tiuu of ihf law. for civil expenses prsor to 
January grsi, a. P. oae ihoiisaiid ei^bl huadred 
and nttv-fifvt'n.and now ouis-tanJiup and unpaid. , 
But lhe'proTi:*ionB of thin Act Hhall not Huthorize * 
the finjing of any »'f thew; warraotM the regis- 
tratun and iudoraeme&t uf wha-b were cauceied 
or required to be canceled by th«; provisu.iia of . 
•• An Act to cancel the rejiistfatioa ajjd induratt' 
meot of certain warrant!*, and prohibiting the j 
the payment of lite i«a.uie." approved January I 
thirtieth. *. D. une ih<tu.4aDd eitrht hundred and 
tifiy-Htx. or warranto which bate beta iperwUy 
ad.iuJged illegal by any Cuurt: and »11 t>aid war- 
raiiui spacilied in the la-t mentTf ^d Act. arc ; 
(lerel-y e.xpr'-saly excluded from ail benelita and 
pr-'viwionn of this Act. } 

Third— Jan* «>r legal elaimfi againat the Stat« 
accrued prior to Jimuary rir»tt, one thou<tand 
eight hnndrtd and t/ty lieven, and which has 
iR-eu or nuy be allowed and Midited by Act of 
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in;iiiif.'-liili(.n of 111.- ijnitiiii.l.- 



i;i;iiitvfiilii. ^- i- iill 111"' rcinrii 



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lorlli it* fruit* fur lur in oMr« 



lieimini? ahumlumi'; liir Ir.i-an- ..f n-iiil l.ivt not liwii extiiiii-Hil, wl.ili' sh<: lia* mlarioil 



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iau*i- if 11. IV li.ard Ihc «iiil of sorrow, or llii' lanmitatUm* 



,1 i.i->liUiKC, Iwii.' not !ina;lid lur linj.iiy ul.odi.*: nor from any siifli unnatural 



iif III. 



or (111- cry of tin' orplian within hiT l.orders. 



Multini.lt- haM- li.in ailiKd to li. r tliri>inii poriilalioii diiiini: tin- vivir. to iiij.iy 



iliaviii. and I., aid Ut. in cMi iiditi; the ion.|Ui'*t of a Mn.i-rior ii» 



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Iiz.itioii. No otlar land lias Ixiii fo hliilily favond in 



all llie I UiiKiit* of material iin>::r, ,^ ii- tlii 
Milli i-oi.i. iiim-nt and i.eaie. may they l>e 



autifnl Inrilaae of ours. 



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di»llie.'iii»hc.l US the lia:iiiatl..n* of vi\* 



loni, jusiliee, tliarity, »nd love 



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li.W. the iwcnly-eiirldh of Noviinher. i:»lanl, us a 



.r of the Stale of Caliloriiia. do liirehy apioint and fet ajmrt TIIVKS 



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J l.lisslnu- l.e-Iowe.l ui'ou i>» 



d meet ill their aieii*lonie.l r. llaious 



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iis*inil.iii-. and in ail si.ilal.lc way-, and in all due Kd.niuity, Jo |.our 



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r and |.rai*e to our Hea^en^• Kailier for all hi* i;oo<liie-s : remeiiilnrinj;, 



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1 lahiinitie 



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|.r< rjierity of our in-oi'le ; lUiU lo i! 
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alllx'il, the day iind year al.ove written. 



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Ibr ih« direct on cr perton* theratn ckwt«4 

•ptttel traiU uil obiy>ll'Ef) to Kire pafclic aotte«,by 

KAlaattioD, r.rthe poKp!eti»D of Ui« fcutlcDnoof At 
tt K^ro'ED gcho'l po r&r M to b« r«A4y for ea««- 
eDCT' Ui4 *hrrr<s,the B»r4 of TrailHl of mH 
kU Reform 8 ^<'>''i btT# eonT«*e4 t4 tbii D^pwV 
Aiat tba rrfjaliit« official Information of the for^ote 
taet: 

*^gul?7?'¥.^f Hnfif f^ %r^s?vft aaww jtf 

coaofroeJ, that ihs Bute Rff-rm ^hooi al MKrytrtn* 
Vill be oprred ud 'eadj for tt« ircei>tioa of ailTAvthl 
fbr whom the tune hat been provided, ae rpMslte4 te 
tba Acts herein re'rrred !<^,on the flril Mccdaj, batog 
tta Sddaj of Pecfmber, A. D. ISCl. 

^^ In teetimoDT whereof 1 hare hereonW Ml 
J r^ ( my haod, and cauicd the Great l*eal of »»ilf 
I iBiate to be aAzed. tbe day arti rear tsil 

"^ ftbOTt wmua. JOHN O. DOWNIT 

OoTflTDor of Oailtormk 

AttMt : JosmoK Paioa, Secraury of BUta. 

AN ACT for the eraetlon of a B«lMtsc for a BIMt 

fteform Scfcool. and for ibt R«fmlatloa of tba 0$im% 

pa«i«d April l9, I'sCo. 

Bee. ]<. Afler the proclamaUoD ihall ban k««B 
Bkd«, ai prcTlded In »e:iioD MTeolean of thli AvL 
vhan aoj boy. cr youtb, between the a|[e of e'f^l axt« 
•Lxt«to 7fari. i^all be coDvlcted of anv effete* knowa 
to the law* rf thi«8tale, af-d panlibable by InprltoB- 
vect, other than nch aa maybe tcalahable by Iv* 
priaonneat for liff , the OcuM v:r Jo?t ce, ai t^e eaat 
■ay be.) before w*'od inc^ c'lcvt'^tloD thai be ta^, 
may at thel' iiicretfoo efnt^cce each boy or y^ctb io 
the State Re'orci Bc^col. rr io lucb paD'iboitrDt aa la 
now provlied ry law for tfie tame cStcif. Ard If tha 
•c&tence ehaH be U the Kef'-tm S-hool, iLeo l< abaJ b« 
la Ihe alurnaiWe tu tr.* fitate B*fcrtn bclijo'. or to 
Hch yuclatrcect aa woaJi tarebeco awarded !f ttii 
Act hftd DC t paaacd. 

Sec 19. Acy b-*y or ycDtb lo c-nvictcd and aast (• 
•aid Fcbool. s'^ail there be kept, dieciiUsed. icetroetad. 
•Bployed, ard poTemad, acder l^e directKR of aald 
Board of Trtiatre*, ostil U:e term of ^)■ tenteaoa ahaU 
have fx&lred. cr u- til ttf »^»il be finer ref"rwad or 
<lBCha*gc1, or iha!l be ^fUl.^l <a: by»%ii Tfrte-e, 
ftccord! K to their bj-Iawe, ur rhatl be mnar. I'd to 
prtaoB.undei' the ien'ence nf the C art, aa 'ncorflfib.a, 
■p9D mforvatlon of the Tnutace, ai bcreUafai pro* 
Tided. 

Pec 20. If a-y boy ^t ycoth eha'I ap^o a-y roavle- 
llOB. b« aan■vD''t^] t < n <• t* 1 PjhPoi, and tre Trwreaa 
iteU da«m It eipedii :.t to r< re<*e M <d. or If ba thatl M 
fraod iDCirriflnle or ^l« r-aUruac*? !n tb« tafcoal 
abaU be deemad lajarica* lo the manet; -meat and CaU- 
pUa* tbfre f, tfcay abaU reiif'/ tie aam* upoa tba 
aitttlmoa by Tliiae of vMeh ^9 ii held, vh e*i Blti'mM* 
logrh-r 9\ h the cBTtet, a*»aU b* dtltrarad ta tba 
•herlff of acy coon*y, ci ii» l>«puty. r>r ii the Ooo* 
■Ukta of aoylcwm, wfo itia^ forthwith commit aald 
^y or yen b lo the j kli or 8i*t4 F htco, a« ibc eaaa 
may b*. It paritiaacc of the altanattvt a elaaa* pr»> 
ttdad Ibr In Iba prtceiloir acctl d of the Act. 

•ac t\. Alt oommitmaoia of boyi or yoitcelotMi 
toaUlttiVo9. of whatever af • wbea oemmltted, ahaU b« 
far a t*Tm vt looffor ihaa ihalr mlnorlxy, n ^r taat ibaa 
•M y«ar, aataai eo^Mr diaehargad by o dtr of tba 
Traaioaa, aa bartUbatera proTidod. Tb* mlttlsaa nbail 
■IMO tba af*. the otaaaa oommtmed, tba aaauaaa, •mi 
Iba aNanhAMva aataaec Wb«B«*ar aay boy wr ywvlb 
■bbU b* dlaebbri d. by tba asp-raMaa af bla t«r« at 
•eaaihmaM, or aa renroMd, or aa banoc anl*e1a| 
Iba ai« af tvaaty-oD* yaara, a«eb diaaharve i^ a i be a 
Ml aad ao«»la a r*i>aaa from aU pamaiti^e asddltv 
MMaa wblcb may hav* b«ia araaiadby mn* ae*ta»<m. 
AV ACT daftalf'r fkthar p awm i ftbd dwitta of 1M 
«•« or Maiaimi < f tba fiblo SalWna ■ibiiL 
Iba HaftMoea of <Ue iWwair.a »eb'«o« Dhm^ 
laf •aafnMtaaa. paaaai ilay«,tMI. 

Wmk IL 9pow UM i* af aay vr%i.t. f gmtHSmk at 
**-^.af be/ boy -r >out wba baa aw ptwtA wr 
lbb»vuo mav b*a»iow« tA%At Trva •••.<? Hbft. 
m. bad •apart«U;.Jeni . r > e bift*e fteloam b^bbal 
k bay or yoaib aaau be nv*^ r«d tbmota, bbi Mbl 

eM»j«ail«ik«a*^teMrm«tfb,«MP««« bad d»7 
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i^tatc of (ilalifornia— (LH'ecutibt Dei 

Sacramento, November 5th, 1863. 



a^' 



PROCLAMATION OF THANKSGIV 



'£ft us coiiif bcfoif Ijis prrsnuf luitb tljanhsqibinq. niii) sljolu ourscllifs glab in \i\\\\ l\jitlj ysalms." 



IN A('('< »i:|)ANCK with tlic l*r'»l;i:r,atii)ii of the I'rcsidcnt nf tlic L'iiil«.'(l States, ami tliaf xXw iicoiilc of mir cniiirnfl 
iipi.H l!ir >a!iic nccasioii, am' with tlie sunic uiiaiiiiiiity of j)iii'[><ist'. 0IH.T up their ^M-atcful T'liaiiks^iving to 11^ 
"eMTv piDil ainl iK'i'li'ft iiift. 

I, LELAND STANFORD, Governor of the State of Califorj 

III! IIKIIKIJV AIM'OINC 

A< a (hiv i.\'( |iiih!ic Thiiiiks;ii\ iiijr to Ahiiighty (lod, •■ tiir the ^^rcat bciicdts we havi- reeoiveil at Hi.- hands" (hirint.' 
which we liave just |iasse(l. 

Let MS reineiiiher oil tiiat (hiy. that in enhiiiiity. as in |iros|MTity. there is a (JimI ulxive us who liold- in the liol| 
not oidv the lives of iMdi\iduals. liut th<' de-tiiiies of nation-. Lei us leiiu'iuln'i- tliai it is to lliin we inn-t look tin- 
pulilie jitVairs. as well a- prav for stren::th to eonipass the threatened ihuijrers that surround our )Mdove<I cuuntrv. 



W 



i;le wi' deplore our eondiliiui as a nation, we have nianifoM r«'asons foi- offering up our united Tli!inksL'i\in{;- 
Hiir State. durin'_' the past year, has heen hies,-ed with [u-osperity and health. Oiir farms have yielded of their] 
niir minis have continueil to ui\e u|> tiieir hidden treasure- We ha\c la-eji free from Hoods, pestilence, and famine. 
ha\e kno«n no wide spread calaniity. We have enjnyetl an uidimited fniitfulness of soil and a jienial elitnate, wliieh 
share with the tluML^ands of other laud.-' wlio are iin.vion.sjy seekin>: new and more jH-m-eful homes. 



We are Messed with a 



p-nenuis and s\ nipatlii/.in;r jMipulation. whose hearts have Iw-en ojiened to >:i\e munil 



ahundanee. that the su(lerin):s of siek and \v<»unded patriots of other States may U- ivlievid. 

Ue ha\e had multiplied and renewed evid<'nees of flie loyalty of our |>e«ple. and have h\ le;:islntive. ele«'live. ami 
deprivi-d tiie en«-mies ttf mir etmntry from entering tlie |M>niiei<Mis wiilge of rebellion and dii>s4iinlion into the elH-rislii*<l iri 



own fa\(M°<<l ( 



ommonHeHltli 



Ith 



Uut while we ».«4>nil»le witli lluinkfiil lienrl.« ninitn}! the eiinliul M^MH*inli<mii of our own happy honiex. let ii< not 



de-Milnle lioii.'H>liol«U in uur rioter StateK. mImm** MlJnii« will U- twined with cv|»n>»n«, «nd wli<K*e heart* will Ix* ovcrll 



flOHIIIk' 



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•wn mnv niirii witn a niuiK^|rivni)r* mr in*' pH'innHiP «»i inVilifr pifnrciiim. 



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Lluiidi 



^t;itc of (Kalifonua— C!^f ecutibc pt})admcnt, ' 

Sacramento, November 5th, 1863. ' 

OLAMATION OF THANKSGIVING! 



" 1ft US coiiif bfforr llts prfsnuT luitlj tljanhsqibinq. anb sbolu oursclbts qlab in f\m luitlj '^Isadiis." 



L\N<'K witii till' I'lochinwition of the rrrsidcut ol' tin- L'liitod States, ami tliat the \k-o[iU- of our common c«miitrv may. 
lie >u!iR' <ura<i()ii. ami witli tlic saiin' uiiaiiimity of purposi'. oIVit mji tlu-ir grateful Tliauks-ivinir to Him wlm ticstows 
piod and jKTtl'Ct uift. 

LELAND STANFORD, Governor of the State of California, 

iMi lli:i;i;i:V UT'ilST 



ultlic Tiiai!ksui\ in;: ti 



Aluii"-litv God. -for tlit- irroat k-iK-lits wi- havo rtroivfd at His haiids ' during tlio year througli 



Vf 1M<( iiasscd 



ICllU'llllKT (HI 



tliat da\. tiiat in cahiinity. a< in pi'd-iH-rity. t! 



iiTf IS a 



(iiid al"'\(' 11- 



.lio imlds in the hollow of His liand 



llVl'S o 



f individuals, hut tlu' dt>tinii> of iiati<ins. 



I..t 



ns icnu'Mi 



hiT that it i> to Him wc must look for ■ruidanci' in oiir 



•11 a> inay fur >tr<-njrlli to rumpass the tiiivatom-d daiig«Ts that snrronnd onr h<-lov.d coiintiy. 



lUf lU'lilolf (II 



III' condition as a nation. \\( 



hav(,' manifold reasons (or oncriiij: ni> onr united Thanksgivings as a ■oinmnnity. 
lie. diiiiiiL' the pa-^t \iai-. has Ihcii blessed with i>nisperity mid health. Our farms have yielded of their ahiiiidunce. and 
|\c continued to '/\\v up their hidden trea.suivs. We have U«en fix-e from II<mk1.s. iK-stilence. and famine, and. as a State, 
,i(h- >i>iea(l calamitv. Wr Inue enjo\ed an iiidimited fruitfuliiess of siiil and a geiiial climate, which we can oMer to 
Je thousands of other lands who are anxiously s«>ekin>r '••■^* "'"I mon- |ieaeeftil home:*. 

d with a genenius and s\ mpatlii/.ing |M»|tulation. wIiom- ln-arts have lut-n ii|K-niMl to give niunilU-eiilly of their 

f otiier States mav U- ivlii-xf*!. 



It tlu' siillerings of sick and uounded patriots o 

had multiplied and renewed evidences of the h.yalty of our |«t»plo. and have liy k>gi.«lative. ihstive. and judicial aiti. 



l«-nenn«*s o 



'I 
f our country fnim entering th<- |n' 



>n. 



rnicious 



Witlgi* of rebellion ami (iii«M»lulioii into tliv clieri!>lie«| institution;* of our 



omnionMi*aiiri 



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llle we ni^Min 



hold 



)•<{>{' 111 onr «ii«U'r 



Ide Willi ihankriil lienrlo nnumg the omliul aMwirmtMin* of imr own happy honieti. lot ii^ not fotin-l thv many 
St«l«'»«. wlioji*' allaiK will U- iwitMil with ry|»rpiM«. and wImwx' iKart* will la- oVfHlowing with (k*M»lalion. 



I. I Willi Tl.ank.irivinir« for ihr plenitiil. •! I»niu< pnitiTliiHi. 



,N(K Willi the Pn)<-la:iiation of the Pivsidont of tlu- I'jiit.-d Stiit<-r<. and tlint xUv ] i-l.- of our common comitrv inny. 

■ Ann' oc.asiou. au.l uilli the sauiie unuuiiiiit v of puqMW. ofler up their jrHitefiil Tlianks-rivinjr t«j llim wh.. l„-to\vs 
biMiil :ilii| |icrfcct i:ift. 

ILELAND STANFORD, Governor of the State of California, 

l>n IlKr.KllV Al'l''ilNl' 

l)!ic Thai!ivs-i\iiiu to Alinifrhtv (lod. "for tlu' -rcat hfiictits we have received at His hands " during the vear throiigli 



just passed 



Irellielllbcr on 



that <hiv. that in eahiiiiitv. as in prosperity, there is a (lod aho\e lis who lioM* in the hollow of His hand 



lives of inilividuals. lint the de>tinies of iiatiou> 



Let \is reniendier that it is to Him we must look tin- f^iiidanee in our 



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for >treu,-tli to eoinpass tlie tlireateiied danirers that surround our heloved e(»untrv. 



fe lleplo 



ri' our condition as a na 



Ite. diiriiii:- tiie oast vear. lias lu'cn 



tion. we have nuiuifold ri-asons for offering u|> our united Thanks;:i\ inps as a i-oinniunit\-. 
hk'ssed with prosperit\ and health. Our farms have yielded of their ahundance. and 



re contiiM 



ide s| 



led to ^i\e up tlieir hidden treasures. We have heen free from Hoods, p<'stih'nce. antl famine, and. as a State, 



U'eai 



1 calamitx. We 1 



ia\e eiiio\cd all iin 



dimited fruitfiilness of soil and a j;enial climate, which we can ofk-r to 



tlioii>aiius ( 



if other hinds who are anxiouslv seeking new and more piaceful liomi 



hlessed with a generous and sympatlii/.ing j.oimlation. who.se hearts have hen openeil to give nuinilicentiy of their 



the siiHerillL^s o 



f sick and woumh-d patriots of (.ther States may Ik- ivheved. 



had iiiultiiili.<l and renewed evidences of the loyalty of our people, and iiave hy k'gi.slative. eU'ctive. and judicial actiim. 

fnemies of our country from entering the i>ernieioiis wedge of rebellion and dissolution into the cherished institutions of our 
Eoinmonwcalth. 

lie we assi'inble with thankful hearts aiming the conlial associations of our own happy homes, let ns not foriret the many 



in our sister States, w 



hose altars will U- twined with cypress, and whose hearts will be overlluwing with desolat 



ion. 



ion. 



are lilled with Thanksgivings liir the plenitude of Divine protect 
ition. we have In-en passing through a bitter, trying, ami bliKnly ordeal: but recent events M-em to foiet«'ll the coming 
brighter da\>. Antl in this we have cause for |Kculiar thankfiiliie.-s — and lor thi> and all other mercie> \ouch>afe<l to 
to Almiglitv (J«mI onr nnreserveil Thanksgivings. 



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Xll ^\' i t 1 1< 'S.-* "W^llC'lH'of, / fiart lurruuto *</ niy lutml, aiul aiim^l tin Greal Settl 
of StiiU to be affijrttl, tht day ami yitir abure icrithn. 

LELAND STANFORD, 

ATTKST- Governor of California. 

A. A. H TUTTLE, 

Secrotary of 8UU. 



N A('('< >i;i).\M'K uitli flu' i'ldclnniatiun of the I'lVr^itK-nt of tin- I'liitcd Statf.s. and tliat tin- im'oi.Ic oI' our cumiiion 
ii|)(iii till' saiiK- oirasioii. aii<l with tlie sJuiK' iinaiiimity of puri)OM'. offer iqi their j-ratefiil Tliunks^iviiiir to Hiiuj 
"cMTv ;ii)o(l and iioili'ct irift."' 

I, LELAND STANFORD, Governor of the State of Californl 



I"! IIKI!Kl;V Al'I'lilSr 



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As a day of imhlic Thaiiksgiviutr to Almighty (iod. -for the groat benellts we have re<'eived at lli> liaixls " during th 
which we have ju^t passed. 

Let us remoinhtM- on tiiat day. that in ealaniity. as iii |tnisiM'rity. tliere is a (iod alwn'e us wlio liolds in the hollo 



no 



t onlv the lives of iniliviiluals. hut the destinies of nations. I.ef us reniend>er that it is to llini we must look fi»r A 



puhli.- aifairs. as well as ])ray for stren-th to compass the tiireatened dangers tliat surround our beloved countrv. 

While we deplore our condition as a nation, we have maniiold reasons for offering \\\) o\ir united Thanks-iviiips as 
Our State, during' the past \<ar. has been blessed with prosperity and health. Our farms have yielded of their i 



our mines lia\e eoutinued 



to uive u|> their lii<lden treasures. We luive been free from floods, jiestileiice. and famine, aiil 
have ixuown no wide spiead ealamitv. We have enjoyed an unlimited fruitfniness of soil and a genial climate, wliicii v 
share wilii the thou>ands of other lands wlio are anxiously seeking new and nu)re peaceful homes. 

We ai-e blessed witii a generous and sympathizing |Mt])nliition. who.«e hearts have been opened to give niunili 
abundance, that the sulli-rings of sick and wounded patriots of other States nuiy be relieved. 

We have had multiplied and renewed evidences of the loyalty of our peojile. and have by legislative, elective, and 
deprived the enemies of our coiniti'v from entering tiie pernicious 
own favDK-d (nninionwealth. 



we< 



lire of rebellion and dissolution into the elierislied ii 



Ihit while we assemble with tiumkfid hearts among (he e.n-dial as.soeiations of our own Iiappy homes, let us not f. 
(le.solate hon.-^-hoId> in onr sister States, whose altars will Ik- twined witii eypre.«s. and whose hearts will Ik- overUuwing 
while our own an' tilled with Tliank.sgivings for the ]>lenitii(ie of Divine protection. 

As a nation, we have l>een passing through a l)ilter. trying, and lihKMJy ordeal: but recent events seem to fbretel 
of In'tter ami brighti-r liavs. And in tiiis we iuive cause for |H'culiar thankfnhu.>is — and for this and all other niereies 



us, 



let IIS give to AIniiglity (Jo<| onr nnivserved Thanksgivings. 




In AV^itllC^SS AVllOlH*of, / hmt htreuiihi ttt tni/ hand, atid mtmtl ^ 
of Stak to be ttjffijrctl, the tluy mul yitir a/ntre irritltn, 

LEIiAND STANFO] 

VTTF.>T Governor of 

A. A. H. TUTTLE, 

SocroUry of 8UU. 



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The L'|RI> KEir.NF/iii ; let tmk eautii kk-ihiik. 

In jiccnnliiine witli a hnv^ estalilisluMl ('(i^tom. and contbrinin.u.- tn the leooaimendatioii nf the Picsidont of tho U 



herein- appoint TIU H8I)AV, the -iU\i i>\\ <■! Novemhek i 



NSTAM, 1.. I.e oliservcl as a .lav ..I PUBLIC THANKSniVll 



TO ALMKiHTV (JOf) : And 1 do rnjoin iip<Mi llio ix'oplc of tliis Stale, that "p the day thus >et apart, they rest from 
ouiployiiicnl and assiMuMo in their cnstoniaiy |»hieos of worship, to rcn<h'r to lliui their dt\oiit thanks for Hi> exalttd 
tendrr nierdrs. 

Let us thank lliin for iho prosperity wliicli everywiiere ahounils: ihat tho lahor of tlic hushandinan lias l-cfn abii 
that though, as a Nation, we have Ix-en scourired for our sins with a dosolatiiiu- war, yol that peace has reigned wiihii 



weaii II 



ilth 



Let US thank Him for signal \ictories in so ui 



iinv lierceh fousht battles : for the destrnrlion <.f so many of iho 



ri 



so 



lirllion : for the re|>id-(' of the hau,t:hly invader: foithr suppression of the murderous spirit ^<\' riot and anarehy 
large a |>ortioii of the rclirllious territory: and for the glorious dawn of IMvki;sai. 1'keeI'UM. 
Ahoxr all. lot us thank Him for the hope of salvation through .Iesi s ("nuisr. oi u Rei-eemek. 
And as Wf iralher to min;:le in the festiv iiies of i1m- oeeasion. let n- not l.e unmindful of tin- destitute and unlorl 



Loril of ihe Harvest has litstowrd upon us 



.f His bounties, .to let Us liolow of our charities lo relieve the suffering p<»^ 



home 



Let n> II iiHMdxr in our prayers and I nlies the bra\e soldier, who. for hi » < ountry'.s sake, i^ denied the louder 

e. 

An«l as "11 ihat da\ the Nation unilt - in rendering to (kh- ihe h. image o| pi.ii-< and ihanksgixing, let u> eariU 

th an honorable and enduriul 



ill lisien to iix iiplilted xoice for a -peedy tiiiimph o\rr all "Ui memie^, and ble^^ u-" wi 



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( J o V K R isr o II . 



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Ic.NT/m; LET TIIK EARTH KK.H»I<K. 

[c with a Inn-- C!,hil.lisluMl c-ustoni. and eonfonnin- to tl.r lecuminendation of the President of the United States, 1 do 
lUHM.AV, T.u: 2.5T,. lav o, \ovemhek .nstant, to l.c observed as a day of PUBLIC THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE 
boD : And I dn <.n.iniM upon ll.e people otMl.is State, tl.at on tl.e day thus set apart, they rest from their usual secular 
.s.ruil.le in tlieir ruston.ary places of worship, to render lo Him their dev.ut thanks f..r His exalted goodness and His 

Mm, for the prosi.erity whieli everywIuMv al.oumis: that the lahor of the hushan.Iman has been abun.lantly rewarded ; 
Nation, we have been se.mr-ed tor -nr sins with a de>nlutin,i:- uar. yet that i»eaee has reigned within our own Common- 

Him for signal victories in >o nu.i.y lieroelv fought batth>s ; for the destrueli.m of so many ..f th.» strongholds of the 
fe rcpulM- n{- the haughty invader : fur the suppression of th.- murderous spirit ..f riot and anarchy : for the conquest of 

of the rebellious territory : and for the glorious dawn of Usivehsai, Kkeei'OM. 
it Us ihaiiU Him for the iiope of salvation through .Iksis ('nni.sr. (m u Kelekmer. 

ratlur to mingle in the festivities ..f ih easion. let Us not b.- ui.nnn.lful of the destitute ami unfortunate: but. as the 

[..St has brstow.d upon us of His bounties, so let us b.-stow of our charities lo reliev.- the sutfering po'.r. 

,„b..r iu our prayers and bounties the brav,. sohlier. who. for hi^ country's sake, i^ denied the cou.forl> and luxuries ol 



dav the Nation unites in ren.lering to Goi. the lioumge of prais.- and thanksgiving, ht u^ .arnestly pray that He 
Imdilt. d Noicc for a speedy tri.imph ns.r all our enemies, and ble- u^ with an honorable and enduring peace. 



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IGNETII ; LET THE EARTH KEKHi K. 

?i' with ii long estuMisliod ciistoin, and conloiining to the recoiiinien(hition <»f the President of the United States, 1 do 
hlUKSDAV, THE L'Otii luv of Novemijek instant, to l)C observed as a day of PUBLIC THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE 
JGOD : And 1 do enjoin iij»on tiie peupie of this State, that on the day thus set apart, they rest from their usual seeular 
[assiMuldc ill their eustoniary jihices of \vorshi|t, to render to Him their devout thanks for His exalted goodness and His 

Him for tiic i>rosperity whieii excrywhere abounds: that the labor of the husbandman has been abundantly rewarded; 
Nation, wo have lieen seourged for our sins with a desolating war. yet that peace has reigned within our own Comnion- 

Him for signal \ietories in so many liercely fought battles; fur the deslruetion of so many of th<» strongholds of the 
|e rc|)ulse of the haughty invader: for the suppression of the murderous spirit of riot and anarchy : for the conquest of 
of the rebellious territory ; and for the glorious dawn of Universal Freehom. 

^1 us thank Him for the liope of salvation through Jesls Christ, oir Keiieemer. 

gather to mingle in the festivities of the occasion, let us not be unmindful of the destitute and unfortunate : but, as the 
[est has licstowcd upon us of His bounties, so let us bestow of our chai'ilies to relieve the suffering poor. 

nbcr in our i>raycrs and I>ountics the brave soldier, who, for his country's sake, is denied the comforts and luxuries of 

that day the Nation unites in rendering to God the homage of praise and thanksgiving, let irs earnestly pray that He 
iii|>lifte(l \oice for a speedy triumph over all <un' enemies, and bless us with an honorable and enduring i)eace. 

Given untlcr idi/ hand, and Ihc Seal of Oo: Sink, in Exiyutive Clmmhcy, at }fontpclici', this ninth day of 
Xniiiidii r. ill t/a jjnir "/' "ur l.^trd one thousand ciyht hmi'lrcd and sixlij-thia, and of the Jndejtcndencc of the 
I'nited States the cighty-ciyhth. 

J. GREGORY SMITH. 

By His Excellency the Governor, 

SAMUKti WILLIAMS, 

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The Lord reignetii ; let the earth kkiok e. 

In accDidancc with a long established eustoin, and conforming to the recommendation of the President of the 
hereby appoint THURSDAY, the 2('.th lav of November instant, to be observed as a day of PUBLIC THANKSGIV^ 
TO ALMIGHTY GOD : And 1 do enjoin npon the people of this State, that on the day thns set apart, they rest front 
employment and assemble in their cnstomary i)laces of worship, to render to Him their devout thanks for His exaltej 
tender mercies. , ♦ 

Let us thank Him for the [iros[»erity which everywhere abounds: ihat the labor of the husbandman has been abj 

that though, as a Nation, we have been scourged f<»r (tur sins with a desolating war, yet that [teacc has reigned wiihii 

wealth. 

Let us thank Him for signal victories in so many fiercely fought battles; for the destruction of so immy of thoj 

rebellion : for the repidse of the haughty invader; for the sui>pressi(in of the murderous spirit of riot and anarchy ;| 

so large a portion of the rebellious territory; and for the glorious dawn of Universal Freedom. 

Above all, let us thank Him for the hope of salvation through Jesis Christ, oir Kekeemer. 

And as we gather to mingle in llic festivities of the occasion, let ns not be unmindful of the destitute and nnlot 
Lord of the Harvest has bestowed uiion us of His l)oHnlies, so let us bestow of our charities to relieve the sutfering p 

Let us remember in our prayers and bounties the brave soldier, who, for his country's sake, is denied the comfc 
home. 

And as on that day the Nation unites in rendering to Goi> the hoiimge of praise and thanksgiving, let us can 
will listen to its uidifted voice for a speedy triiiinph over all oin- enemies, and bless us with an honorable and endurij 



Ghen under tnif hnwi, and Uk; Seal of the S(a(c, in Executive Chamba; at Monlpdlc^ 

Xoii iiilttr. ill th". year of nnr f.ord onr tlionmnd ilylil Itmhdred find siitif-thr(i\ and of the 

f'nitcd Slates the eighty-eighth. 

J. GHK< 




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Calareras county — Tbree MflQi^ieri. 
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Bl Dorado conoty— Fnur Memtvcrs. 
SacriiDeDlo county —Five Membera. 
9'tUno county — One Mt^mber. 
Yrlo county— One Member. 
Nupt arjd Lake counties — One Member. 
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Mbh% countv— Three Members. 
Placer county- T^ree Mtmb^s. 
Nerada county — Four Memberi. 
Sierra county — Two Mt-mbera. 
Yuba county — Three M'-mbcn. 
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Butte county— Two Members 
Plumas and La^seu coantiet — One Member. 
Tehama and Colusa cnantit»— One Member, 
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Trinity coanty— One Member. 
Hnwboldt c-mnty— One Mcmtier. 
Ktitmith and D I Norte .xiuntiea— One Member. 
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Ban Mateo couDly— One Member. 
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r-» Mendo'-lDo ciUtitv— One Mttrber. 

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Sierra fouoty — T«o Members. 
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Plumas and ta-tsen counties — One Member. 
Tehama ftnd Coliua cnanttt^ — One Member. 
Pbasts coQDty — One Member. 
Trinity county— One Member. 
Humboldt county — One Member. 
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ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



ELECTION PROCLAMATION. 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Noii,-r i- li,i. i.\ fiivcii ili:il a ticn.nt! > Icii.m will \>r hrhl 
lliniU"li.n;i 1!,. Siiiii' of <'aiit''>riiia mi Tu'-sdaN. liiv fourtli 
day lit' N..V(iiilHr, A. 1 >. l^^l. wii'ii llir t'nlluwiii-; otliccrs 
will lie .■l.'ctr.i. vi/.: 

Kitilil Klrr!,.i- ,,t' I'lv-i.iiiil and \ ic.-l r. -id. 1.1 "t tin- 
I'liilfd Static. . , ,. . , ., , 

Six Kipiv-iiliitiv.- lo tin- (■..li.jlV"..! Il.r I iiit.d Mates, 
to he .■iict.-d fr..iii iln- fnllMwiiiL' di-lrir!-: 

1 Oiii- kci.n-Mitiiliv.- fnmi liie I'lrst ( c,ii.i:.v--i.,iia Dis- 
iriri rMini.ii-iiiL; Ml.' <'..Mnii.- -f 1>.1 Norns ilmnl.ui.lt, 
Triuilv. Si-ki\-u, >l,:iMa. M.-do,-. ].as<fli. I'hinias M.rra, 
T.-haii'ia. C-hiV, M, lid. M-iiKi. Lake. S,. noma, awd Na)..i 

•' On.' I;, jii.- Illative from tlie Seeoiid < 'oliu'n — i.>iial l>is. 
triet .■oilil.li-ilij.'lliel'omiliesof I'.iltle, Sutter, ^ ill.a. .Neva. la. 
Amador. Calaveras. San .|..a.|Uiii. Maiils- 
iiie, and Maiii'osa. 



I'la.er. Kl !•• 

laiis. .Men-, i 

:;. One l;. I 



,,;.!iive t'fom the 'Thinl ( 'oiiiir. —i.m.il l»is- 
inei. .oiepi '-ii)u Ilie Counties of Vol. I. Sacram.nl... SMJan.', 
Contra Co-la. .M.iiiii. and .\iaiin. la. 

.( One Hei.re-. Illative from tlie Fourth Coii|i;re—mna I l)is- 

t llif 

ly of 

. 111. r of iSryaiit 



triet eomi'i-isint: all that portion of tin ( ily and <..untyot 
Sail Kranei-eode-erih.'dasfidlows. \i/.: Coiiiim ii'Hik at llie 
inters.'eti..ii of ISiyaiit Siiv.t with tin wanrsof the IJ.iy -it 
.San Kr.,nei-.-... e..iitinMini.; ile le . alonu tie • . nt.rot liryaiit 

Street to Ihe .enl. rof .><e\, oil, >t I . . I ; lll.l... alone the eell- 

lerof .Seventh Si re.t t.. th.' .-. ni. r ..f Mark, i >t reel : thence 
jiloiiL' th. .enter ..f M:.rk. I Sin . i I., lie .-. i,i. ■ ..t M.-Alli-ter 
Street- III. I,.-, ai-.ii^ ill.- ..ni. r ..f .M.-All; - •! t" the 

e,nie, ..f I.eav. nuoiih .^tn. tv' Iheiie. al' . ' .enter ot 
l.eav. iiworlh Stnel t" the center ..f Sun. r -■..;; i lence 
alouK lli«' cent.r of Sutter Stre.t L. '•• .■-•■! ■t H.^de 
.Str.-el; tliel.ceal..iiL: 111. ..nierof lly.' - lie center 

of California Stie.l. thence alon^ ihi . t ( alitorma 

Street to it- intersection willi the east line of the » ity « eine- 
t.ry- thence noitlierlv in a <lirert line to the wai. i> oMht- 
l*a<-iti«-n.-.aii: thence aloiiji th.' shore in mii . a-terlv diree- 
lii.ii to tlie place of l««iiihiiiu. topth.r with all ihe i- Kinds 
wiliiiii the iM.uii.iariesof tiu' City aii.l Cniinly "t >an liaii- 

ciseo. 




'>. <>iir lupnsiiiiaiivf fnoii iIm I'lt'ili ('onurcssiniial l»is- 
trT(-trnTrTrprr=TTi-£r"n-H-nlTnT-TnirririTrT7fntrrr^ 
Siiii Ff;iiifi<c<) iiui iii.-lu>Iiil ••: ill. I"' ,;i;l! Cuiijircssiciiuil his- 
Irii-i, top III! r wiili ili. i MmI.c. Snuta Cni/. 

aiiil Siiiilii ( 'lai-a. 

(': <>ii,. I;. |iii ~t iii;iii\.- fniiii liit'Mxtii I'diigrcssioiial I>is- 
lri';t. ■■iHn|iii-iiii: ilii ( '. unities of Sail |!, nitn. Mniitrri'v, Sail 
1.111- ( t|ii".i„i. Saiiia llarl.ani, Vcritiira. I\. in. Tiilarr. !■ ic^iio, 



.\ Ijiilif. .Mono. Inyo. San Ili-niji 
1 >ii<;ii. 

Sl.-ltr Sriril.ir- fl-nln I! ! 

l'"ir-l l>islii,-i. (•..niii.i-, ,i ,,; 
>an lli'i'iiai'iiino, cpiji- Sinai". . 

Tliiril Di-iiirt. i-iiniiMi-.il of lii. 
K.-irliara. ami San liUi- < >l»i>|i(i. o 

Ktflh l>i-lliil, rollllioscil ,,( ll,. 

ii'il. aii'l Stani-laiis. om- Sciiuldi. 

Sivcnili |)i-iiir|, i|Mi.<it! of 

I Wo Siiiator-. 

Nllllll l»i-l! I.I. ro|,||„,.,.,l ,,f tl 

t 'oimi.N of .-^iin I'l.iihi-, ., I.oiin.i 

< 'oiriiiirni-inn at .-i |».iiii u linv ih, 

riiili'il Stato niili 

li'c-iTvalion." i 

tlii'iii-c iniaiiii' ■ 



■ ■- .\iii;il(-. ami Sail 

■rial |)i<iri<'ls: 

of San I >i<jio ami 

- of X'ditura.Sanla 

- of Maii|'o-a, .MiT- 
i\ of .Santa ( 'laia. 



;i of tlif Cily alKJ 

.-irili((| a- follows: 

;liirl\- line of ihc 

I' M ivadon. kiio,\n as tlic '" I'nsiijio 

A nil liii- watirsof tlic I'ai-ilicOiian: 

;; I la- walcr.s of ^aid ociaii ami I lie 



w.iirisot iIk liay of .Sin Kraii.-i.-^co iiorflicrlv. rasl.ilv. aii<l 
-oiitlirily loa poll, I wh.iT Wasliiiifjtoii Sinri intiTsccts witli 
sanl l.av: iImimc wist.ily along sai.l Wa-liiimtoii Street toils 
iMtet>r,iion Willi Fir>l Weiiue; tlieiM, , :,„tli.rlvaloiii:sai.l 

ay. ill,,, lo It- un, i>,-,iinii Willi the -oi -mtIv l.o" laiv lin.' 

of llio -ai.l •I'lv-nlio I!e<ervatioii;' ila.-iuv we-leilv ami 
alon«tlie -oiiili. ily l.oiiii.lal-y lin.-of said " l're<i.iio it.'-.iva- 
Iioli to II- ini. 1-. 11. .1, «u|, ,]„- p.. .,, ....aiiaml lli.' hoini 
ot lie};iniilli;:, : 

Klevi ml, 1 1 - 
ami ( 'oiintx of > ,1, 

low,; ( 'ulillni Ii< 11; 

wli. n {•'oiirtli Sti. 
tlicini- ea>l<'iHy aM<! 
tin- i'.ay of .Sin I'll! 

< lly aloli;; lin liii,. , 






I ol iii . ;.o|Ilo|l of IJir ( 'lly 

I'oi.'iali i| mhI ii(>s(iilM'ii a- fol- 
' ' '' a of Maikel Sin el 

u\ .Market Street: 
' ' ■ . t to ilio waters of 

i\ aiai -oiilhwest- 
,, . ■. , , - , |\ (,, fi |ioiiit wilt re 

l-oiirti, ,Nre,t iiit.r-.et- uiii, .^j i, , , ■,|„.|„.,- m.nlierlv 
iilonu li.e iin.of ,ai.i i-oiin! - • !„. point of L.-iii- 
iiiiii:. Iwo .Senator^. 

Tliilteclitl, |)i<lnet. ronil , i,, ,„„tion of ll,.- Ciiv 

;""' ' ''>■"* •'^"" I'laii.is.o l»Miii.i..h n.l ,|.-..erii»-.l as foi- 

ow<: « onmieiniiiL' at a i...ini wl„ ,-. •!.,. I'oint l,ol...<Toll 

l...a.i pr...ill.M.| III ;, ,l,r,.,t iin.- w.-I.,1n intel>eets willi (lie 
wai.r- ..t t le I'a.itie <>,.,..|„ ;,„,| nun, ny tlleliee easl.rlv 

iilony .a,.| l'..ini l.ol„.. I, .11 |j„.„i „. II,. ,„,j„| .,f i,. ...,nnee- 
tion will, (...UN Sir.-.i: i|,,n.-.- .-t! - ! (;,.arv Sti-..l .a-t- 



erlv lo its iatorseeiion with Laikiti Stn-et: tlienee s.nitlierly 
_aliiuK.£ai<lJ^Jdii.£itre<t .tiuJie U<m,il..of Jis 
Miirkei Str.it: tlienee northeasterly aloiij; said Market Stre<'t 
(o tiie p.iiiit wli'-i-e KiKlitl' >>tr<-et in(erse.-ls with sai<l Market 
Street: tlieiit-e -outlieasti-rly alonu sai.l Ki;;lith Street lo its 
inters...>tiiai witii ('liannel Slr.-ei; then.-.- ii.irthea-lerly al.iii)Z 
sai.i Cljaiiii.-I Street to lh<- i'..iiii of in intersi-etion with 
l-'.Miiili Sii-.-<l: tlienei's.ailh.-asteily al.iiiK sai.l K.«nrtli Street 
I., th.- p.>int of its iiilerseetion with the l>ay of San Fraii- 
fi.<eo: then.-.- s..uthi-rly alons the lim-of tin- wat.-rs of sai.l 
l)ay to tin- p.iiiit ..f inii-r>eeti<ni with ilie hoiin.laiy line 
h.'tween tin- t itv ami ('.aitity .>f San I'raneis.-.i ami the 
C.inntv of San Mateo with the wat. is of sii.i hay: tht-nee west- 
erly aloiin <aiil l"iiin(iai-y lim- to th.- point ..f U< inl.ix .-tion^ 
with till- I'll, ili.- Ocean; th.-n.-e ii.-riherly ahaii: th.' line of 
sai.l o.'.-aii to til. |ioiiii of heiiiiininv'. lw.> S.natoi-<. 

Kifteeiilh l>i-trict. coiiiposeil .>f tin- C.Minii.- <'i' <'onlia 
Costa anil Marin, one Si-iialor 

SiA-eilleeillli hisiriet, eotiip..-^.'.! of ill. <'..llllli. ■■ ..f Til'il- 
iiniiie an. I Calav.Tas. oii<- Si'iiator. 

Niml.-.nth l>i-^tri'-t. eoinpused of the t'otnitiesof S.ilalio 
anil Yol.i: S. ' o. on. Si.nat.>r. Solano joiiiil\- with Yolo. 
(Mle Seliat.il- 

Tw. nty-lii--- I'i-tri.-", .-..inp.i-.-l ..f tie- < '.niniy ..f S.imnna, 
oil.' Seiiat./|- ■ • i-i 

'rvveiiiy-ihir.l l>isiri.-i. eompose.l ..f tie < .lunti.- .■! l-.l 
iKirailo ami -Mpiiie. one Senator. 

Tweiity-tifth !>islri.-t. i-.iiii|...-.-.l ..f tin- < oin- f ^ iil-a 

ami Siitt.-r. ..le S.-nalor. 

Twi nty-si-vi ii'h l>istri<-t. e.iiiiii.i-ed of ih.- * -"in. :■ - ol 
M.n.loei'no. llii;ahol.lt, aii-l 1 )< 1 Norte, one Senator. 

'rw.-ntv-iiin'': !>i-tri.-i. <-onipo-.-.l of lie- < '.•nti' ■ ■!' ''-.hisi 
ami 'r.-hani:). - . >.'iia|.>|- 

Al- .1 the Assenilily as follow - 

I. '1 le- «, -.lii.N.'s of Del Norte ami Siski\oii. ■ m. mi., r. 

_' Tliiii p.ii'.oii of the Cotiniv- ..f llniiil.ol.il e'>inpri<iii>; 
ll.. ' f (»r!.-aii-. Klamath. TrinM! M ■! llivi-r. 

[' ; iiiil l>ii.-k-p..rt. .III.- lie mi •. 

:;. .\!l I!j.;I i -rti.'ll of llnnihoi.lt ( olllll> H'.l H" .lei'd ill 

the Si.-..n.l A--' iiiMy |)isii-i<-i, .im- nienih. r. 

1 '{"I,, I ■.. , I, !.-- rif Triniiy and .'^ha-ta. .-le le. inh.-r. 
T!i. ' • ' " - <'t' .M. nine and l,a<sen. oil. ii.i.ii»-r. 

... i'iic ( ..uiiiies of I'iunias ami Si.rra. .'11. ne inh. r 

7. 'I'll.- <'.>iin'.v of Teliiinia. on.' imniher 

s. 'i'hal p. 'It i' III of ih. < oiinty of Hiiite ...nipt i~inu all of 
( l.ieoaml I'.i.v I. .11 Townships: all of Oregon 'r..wii-hip lyiiij; 
west of till' lie li.liaii line .11 vi. linn ranue- iw..ami threiM a<l. 
in town-'liip> lueiity and iweniy-om- muth. M..iiiit I'iahlo 
UiM'aiid 111. ri-liaii; all of llainilt.in T.>wn-hip. < X'-. pt ihat 
purl of .sai.l i.ivvTisliip lyinu «'ii.«t of the -ei-lion hoiindar.v 



liiii-M.t' si'ctioiis four, iiiiir. ainl -i\i<r!i. ;iii<l iiorili <it 

iiiiicti-.ii iiurtli. raiitic ilnvo nist. Mwiiiit Dijihlc l.asc ^uikI 
iiKTiiliMii. :i< l;ii(l ilowii on lh«- iMiiciiil map of >iii.l Uiittc 
(•(.uiilv. ami all of (Iri.ilrv 'fowiisliiii. in sai<l coiinly. a~ 
rrccnllv <ri olV from I l.iiiiilton Towii-liip l>y iIm' IJoanl of 
Siii'i-r\ i-oi'^ of sail! roiiiilv. oil.' iiiiiiilHr. 

".t. All tliat poi-lioii of liutU- Coiiiiiv hot iiK-liuli'il in ihf 
[■".iuliiii .\<scnilily Di-ii'ii-t, our nirnil"'i'. 

Ill, Till ( 'oiiiit'y of Colusa, onr nn'iiiti' r. 

1 1. Tlio < oiiniy >>{ Ml iidocino, one nuiulKT. 

r_'. i'lio t'ounty of l.akr. one iiii-tiil'cr. 

i:;. Tin- Coiiniir- of Siiit<-|- ami ^■uKa. one incnil'ri-. 

\l. All thai |.oiiioi|of th.' ('ouiii\ of N.-vaila roini-iisin}: 
th.' i'o\vn<liii- of N.'vaila, l'.lo,,iii!i'M. :ii)'l Kunka. an.l tin- 
I'l-c'cincl- (if Cli.Toki . ami N-"': ^ i iii.in HiIiIl;' pof; 
Town-liip. oni- nninl" r. 

l"i. All tlial poilion of the Couiiiy of .\. vaila not lii<'Uiut''i 
in ilir Foniii-i mil A— • mlily l>i»tiict. on'- nH*tnl>(»r. 

li'i. Till' ( 'ouiity of i'lai< r. one iiii-nil" 

17. 'I he Cnuniy of |-',1 llorailo. one iii' !. 

1>. Al! llial poVlionof ilic < oimiy of - . ranunto cumpris- 
iiii: ilic l"ii<t ami 'I'liinl WaiiU of >: ■ 'ainrtilii City, one 

ni' inliir. 

I'.i. All ilial poiiioi, . ; rouhlyot- :i ,. ulo .•onipri- 

in- ll, >. .oil,! ami I'ouiili \\:ii.l-f- : , n,. n-o ( iiN , on,- 

ni'iiil" I'. 

•jii. All thai p • ill' Coiuiiy of .SiU'i-aiiionto not in- 

clmliil in tilt- I. II ami Nimti- iitli Assrinl'ly I)i^- 

trii'ts, one niiTnl" r. 

■_'l. 'I'iii- ( 'oiinty of ^■o|o. oiii 1,1' lol" I 

'_'_'. Till' < onnt\ of Napa, onr iiKMiil' 

■j:;. 'lii.it portion of ilir Couiily oi < ipfi-^in^: 

til.- ■rouii-liip< of Clovi-nlalo. Wa-hiiiL ,, M. mlociii". Salt 
i'oini . II' 'I wooil. !!ii(lc;ia. and Ocian. oir miinl"!'. 

■jl. '|'i,;it poiii'.M of ill.- County of S..n..'ii!i <-(iiiij.vi*in':; tin- 
'r.'Wii-liip- of A iiially. Sania I'o^a. K-:;i;htV \ .alL-y. an. I 
!;ii--i,. ii liiviT. oni' III' 111' 

■_''■. .\!i that porli..ii "f ' ' 
in i ii' 1 W' iii\ -Hiird aii'l 'I w 
oil' 111' iiii" r. 

■Jii. All tlial poiti- • I 

111' Town-hip- of \ 

■j7. .Ml thai poiM 
ill tin- 'l"\v.nly--iM li '. I ' - 

■J"^. Th.- ( 'olllilN"! Mann, oil'- III. lui" I 

•.".t. All thai p.Mlioii of ih.- City ami t -• ,iil\ ..f -^aii^ j-'ian- 
oJM-ii Ixinmli'il as folloW'^ : < 'iiiiini.nrinKai ihi- |">inl <>f ini.-r- 
si-ction w li'Ti' III" .cnP'r lin«- of liiyaiit ."^ini't iiit.rM'<'i« ih<' 
vval< !■•• of till' llav of San l'"rain-iscii, ciiiitiiniiii): llnm-t- aloiij; 
liii' cfiiirr of ill'' following; naniiil stiitt-; IJiyaii' to l"it>t. 



ii.'l 11I'-1U'I''I 
-. niM> I I'-lil'-I-. 

lali.i i-oliipii-inu 
iiii'IiiIm-i-. 

ii'i not iiii-Imli '1 

111' nil" r. 



I 



•rain.'iuo. '^eiv koo' m 

-^y^ti^l— H^-t.f-H^tr-fVrtH*-U=". Uax^uctiajiiaiiUliUJiiioilliiLiUli. 
i.lac'of li'fifinniuii. oiif nirnil>t;f. ,..-*«„„ Kr-m 

• ;UP. All tha. ,".riion of tin- f,ty and ( omity «'* ^ '•';•; 
,.is.-o honii'l'd a- follows: Con.ni.n.-ui«:.l 'I"; "l"';"' . 
of ilwn.ntvrof llryanta.nl Fi»t ^l'-'-;- "7>'"'""V-Tv in 
..,lon-tl-|- .vnl-rof tl... folluwm- nannd stn-. t- ">•' ' 
Tl.ii^l. Third to Mi.rk't.Maik.t to Xroml. N.'ond t.| Mint i.t 
\1 na I.. Fi.-T. lad First to tl,.' pla.--- ot iM-ginn.n-. on.. 



iiniiihcr. 

;i. All 



of .Sun Fran- 




llav of S.n Fia.i'i an'l lla' isJamU .-ontain-.l th.n-,n Mt- 

,K,m.l\vi-^ -..nndari.- "f ila- < ny ami I'.uiity -i .-an 

^■"''i'"''ui'tnai poiii'of tlu.(.iyan.lC'ot...iy."f San Fran- 
.i:;; ullndi.l I,- t'.ll'.vvs : (^mn...■..■i.....Mh'^,u .-r.^^^^^^^^ 
l'-,.ili«. Sti-.'rt mi.l th..\vat..i-sot tn.- Uav .. N.n I lan ... 
'."^jlnuin^ .h.ni.alot.i: th. ...nt'T .,f » '" ^•■-.'"^„ ';;",•, 
-ii.-.is- rTi.ili'- I" St.K-kton. Morktoii to .sntP , sutt. i i 
>i ::n:Ma-o^o tia..n.;MV'-n to the wa,.,-o, |li,. 1^^ 

.Sin Fran.-isc... tlu-nc' alo.i- iIk' slion- ot -a .1 "• 

Fran..is..o to tlu- piav.- of h.-fiinnini:. on.- imini" 

: Vll that poviiou of tlir (ity and < "uiity "t. > ■. >■;>'- 
.i ::;i-:um:!.-.la«f'.llo^vH:ro.i..mn..,n«a.llH^^ 
s,.-ii,.n ..f 'ir.'ii -livrt mid Ih.' \vat.i-< «i lii-' l.a.\ v\,^''" 
F . •-■. , . , • ■ -litm th.-.n-. ah.ni: ih-. <•. nfr '■ th- loll.^v- 

, ;: ',., .:,-,..„ to M.i-o.i. Mi>r",i' t" ^,"""-- r""^-' 



UiU nan 

to .).im - 

Ih.. Itay of --HI i ian..|-«". i 



,,i-..n\vi.ii.'tir.'.nwi.h to ih.- wal.-rs of 



ii-n.'o aloiiu 'li ' ' ' ' ' 

l.-,\- lo th.- I'l I''- ot hi-'-'itiiiiti,!:. oil'- nifiiihi'i-. 

''■'^ '" "" 1 '■ ■ • • • ■-■- ■ d C..uiii.\ oi •">aii 1 I.-. II- 



'I \ll thai no! lion of 'li'' ' 1'.^ .11". — ,• • . - .• c 

^.,:!;^},;;Xi'-.4iou- loiiin -^^--^f-^'f^^^^^:^ 

r...nui<h Str..: an. tlu- wat.isot th.- I.a.\ -t Sai I laii- 

•;,.■ thnnraloim tin- <vut.T of th.- l..ll'.win« 

;::.;.,'' :,nwi..h to .)'....<. .Ion., to Su...-r.s,,l..r 

;;:"liVd..li ,Ii.. wat.-r-oftl,.. 15ayof>a..l..an..^-o. 

th.-n;-..ah.ii..- ■ ..fsii'll'ay .'.ili-p' 
""^^'''ul'ihat po.nonof tii..Cityan.l C.un.y ". ^.m I lai. 

,1s,.. oonii I I 'i-i :,.,i stn>t-. r'.ntiniiini: tli.iK-«> 

'Sftl. i-on,':. ■ Market. MarkH t.. Sto^kt-.i. s,.,. kf... to 



'.I 



\ 



Av.nU.' U to I-lM A\<1U1.'. Ml-' •;; ' ' y S.r-^ Villi 

!?'-r"'ni'srn^^.:;;.':'s=iuJ::l;'i.u,i>^ 

:y'uJ:h.:iV.ll.Ju;tEH-..:;i.m.iiu.sh..,v,.fsa..i .n... 

,.iiv 1 i„i.-,-..vti,.i, ..I ii.|' ':".;'',..,, Hii.- H,,,,i,, 

"T 'u'l l'l',;r,'".r. If 111.' Tin i,n.| C-..„..1J ,.f Sii, Kran- 



S.itt.'r,Siitt.i-to Kfiuiiv. K.,nn> loMaik.-l Mark.ttoThir.l, 
'I' li i rrl ti > 1 1 If 1 4!n-<- «f Uiui4<44nu.-imx^J i i i' i ul)£ r. _ 

:,i\ Ml ihat i-oitioii of ihf fii\ ;iii.i Comity ot San l-ran- 
..-is.-,; I'.onii.l.-,! a- follows: Coi.ini.n.-iuuat il.r mtcis-vlioii ot 
Koui-tli aiHl I'.ryaiit Siiv. is. ili.ii.r aloiij: 'J!' '■•■""''•,"* "'•■ 
following naiur.l sitv.is: IJryanl lo !■ itth. !• ittli t" Mark.-t, 
\l:nl«t lo Mason. Mason lo Smi.T.Siiiur to Mo.-kioii Sto,-U- 
l,,ii lo Markil. Mark. I I.. Koiuih. aii.l Fouiili to tlic |.lacv ot 
liitriiiniii^, out- mi'iiil"!'. . ,, 

:;7 VII that iMiiii. fill." . ..iuiiy ..t Mill iTiiii- 

cis.-o i„.iiii.l.'.la-. f..ll..ws: Coinlii. iKHi- at lli.' mt.TswIloil 
of Fiflli aii.l I'.fvaiil Siivrts. .•oiitlMimis tliflK.' aloiij; the 
i-.'iil.rof 111.' foil. .uinj: nam. .1 stiv.ls: I'.ryant to Mxtli. Mxtli 
to Maik.i. Maik.t I.. Tayl..v. Tayl.,!- t.. Sutui;._ MUlir to 
Ma^.n. Ma-.ii t» Maik.l. .Mark. I l. 1 Hth. aii.l 1' ittli lo tilt- 

plii.-.' of Ixuiniiiii^. oil.' iii'ia'" ' . ,. 

:;s \11 tliat iHiilion <.f till' <iiv all. i •'ouniy ot >an I; lau- 
ds,.,; l„,mi.l.-.l a-foll..\vs; ('..nim.ii.-lnu at tiir iut.Ts.Tti.ni ot 
Si.Nih an. I r.iviini Sir,. 'Is, <-.>ntiniiiiiu i)i.-ii.-.' aloiii: tin' .'ciitcr 
,.f tli.follo\vi'n>i nam.-.l stivtis: liiyant to S.v.ntli, >«-Vfiitli 
t.. Maik.l, Market L- M<-.\llisi,i-. M.Allist.T i.. I.fav.mvorlli, 
1 .av.nwoiili to Sutler. Siiti'i- L' TayL.r. Taylor to .Market, 
.MMrk.-t 1.. Sixth, an. 1 SI.mIi to iIh- i.l,i<-e.,f l..-j.Miininji. .>ii'- 

uunilit'f. , ^. ^, ,, 

:;'.i Ml that |M,rti..n ..f ih.' I iiv an.l roimty ot San Iran- 
cisni JK.iin.l.'.l a-.f..ll..w-: ( '..inin. n.'in- at tiie int.TSfftioii 
of r.r\ant ami S.v. nth Str, .t-. .•oiiiinuin^ tli.iu-c alon« tlif 
ccnt.r ..f the followiii.; iiaiiif.l -ti..i~: Itryant 1.. hmlilli, 
Ki-hih I.. Mark.i. Mark.t to l.arkin. i.;ifkiii to Sutt.r. Siitti^r 
tol..av,iiw..rth. l,,av.iiw.)rtli 1.. NhA Hitter. ^^•Alll-t.■r D 
Mark.t. .Nhirket |.. S.v.iilh. aii.l S, m nth li> tli.- |.hi.i' ..t 

1>, uiiiniiiK. "lie in.nil'.'r. . 

4i> All that i.orli.'n of ihe Ciiy aiei I oinity ot San r raii- 
eiseo l.o.|li.i.'.i asf.ilL.u-; ( '..liilii. i'..i :- al tli.' interse.'tl.Ml 
of iSrvaiit aii.l Kijihlh Stre.l-^. , ..ntiieiin!.. iliiii.-e al.mn tlie 
(•enter, ,f the f..llo\vini; nanie.l -tr..t-: liiyant to Eleventh, 
Klev.'iitii to Mark.t. Mark.i ).. \'aii \. ■-. \'an N.>s t,, .S^ltt>•|• 
Slltt,■r t.. Larkin, l.ark in I.. Markii. \1 iv. I 1" Kitrhth.aii.l 
Kiulilh l<i ill.- i'la>< i>f ln)iiniiiuu. .ail uieinher. 

41 Ml thai |.orti.in ..f 111.' <iiv aii'l i'.»iiiiiy of San liaii- 
eis.-.i ix.iiiiil.'.l as f..llo\vs: < '..m m. le liii,' ui th<' iiii.rs.'eti.,ii 
of llv.l.' Street wiih th.' wat, f- ..f <\r f.ayof San 1- raiieis.'o. 
«-oiitiiiiiinn th.i.ee al..nt: th. ■ llyde Stie.'t to liic 

»-i'iit,-r .-f ( alitornia Sir.ei; tl, i; the e.'iit.r ot < ali- 

fornia Striet in a .lire.l line t.. ii- ii,:. r^eeiioii with the easi 
line of the <"itv C.iiK t<'iy: th.n.-.' ii..i Mierly in a .linct line 
to th,' walers .'.f the I'a.-iti.- O.. an; tie nee aloiiK '1>'' "Ik'I"*' 
ill an <asterly liireetioii L' ih. pla.-e of hitiiniiiun, one mein- 

ber. . „ 

4_' All that ).orti.'ii ..f ih" <'ity aiel iVtiinty <»f Sun h raii- 
eisni i.oim,le,i as foll.-w-. Coiiinieneiim at ihe iiiter.seelion 



Ill 



r..iiiimiii.« lli.iKv aloim iln- .. ni. r ^i tli< tollowiiig nam.;<l 
^tn-i'ts- NiipM t(. lli.wiir.l, llow;u.l !■. Army. Aniiv to Mis- 

7Mm;Tfrrnrr.liT..Tr>rTtrrrrrniiTr-T-^+-t^^ 

tlif liDtiiiilarv line <liviilim; ill' i ..luii.-- .-i >im !• nuifisco 
ami Sail Mai<-.>. iliiii.-r iiloiiu sii.l LuuiHlary liiu- tu its nil.T- 
:<...ti.m uith tlir waiiisnt' 111.' I'.a.N "f Sun KraiKMx'o. lliciu'o 
all. lit: tlif sluMv of <ai.l I'liy !-> iIm- |.kux- of bcymuiMir, .>m' 

imiiil" r. , ,, „ ^, ,. 

is All liiai |Miiii..ii nf t!ii'< iiy ami County iit Sau 1 run- 
riMi. i.miml.'.l a- f..ll"U-: i ■'.mim'U.'inn at tli.' illll■l■^"•<•1l"ll 
.if K Str.'d an. I ti..' wai. r- -.1' tli. I'.i' ill.- (K.-an. continmnt: 
th.ii.-.' al.'iit; th.' .•.■liter .if tlic tV.ll.iu inn iuinm<l strt'tt-': K 
t.i its .a-^icrlv limit. tli.iKT in a .lin.i lini' In tin' w.-tcrly 
.11.1 i.f Kiu'li'l.'.'iitli, r.iuliti mill !'■ i lu.rr.rn. (in.rrfro to 
'ru-.iiti.tii. Twi niirili (.1 Il.iwai'l. il-wartl |«» Army. Army 
to Mi>-i"n. 111. n.M- aloiit: ili.' .■.•uii'\ i-a-l toils intersection 
with th.' l.oun'larv lim .li\ i.li' _ ' -mhi. - ..f San I-ran- 
eise.ian.l San Mat.-, lie n.. ;i ■ •.. t Ik- waters ot 

the I'acitie ()<•., -in. ih. n.-.- al"i'j '' ''■'■ ■"'■■n I'-tl..' 

plaee of liijiinnini:', .'ii.- hm m i ■ 

!'.». Till CoUnlN "f Smii M;i 
."ill. 'I'lie ( 'oniil> "f Siiiil:. I 

.'li. .Ml tliat iM.rli.'ll ..f .\lnlii' .'.!> ri. .'^ 'v' 

'r.iuii-liiiK of .Miiiiav aii.l \\ ;i-iiii'- "11. ami that eerliiin 
l>orti..n of K.l. n Townshii. wii! ■ ' "."rali' limits of the 

T..wn of llavwar.l-. aii.i ihai i I IMeii T-iwii-hti. 

known a- ( 'a-tro N'all. y ■' j." .,. i. .le^cnhe-l u- t..l- 

iMiim where itie north. fly 

■ • ■' .1 l.y the (iivi.linj; 

lley i;leflion pre- 

z i "1 sni.i |>r.'i-inets to 

I r. . k: tlieiu-e easterly ami 

; ' er.-ek to the divi.linii 

uties: theiie.' ea^t« rly 

.»f sjiiii eoiitities to its 

itr liJie of EiU-M ami 



low^. t<i wit: ('..niniiiK :i 
liii.' of the I'own .if Ha> wii i 
li1i.' lietwe.ii •'~an i,.ir.'ii/o ,i 
ein.t~. lie lie.' al'iiij: >ai'l ■ 
the iiii.j.l!.' line of San I 
nortlii-rly aloiiir the mi.l'i 
lin.' "if .\ lam. '.la ami ( '"i. 
Jin. I soulh.'rK alom; >ai'l 'i ; ■ • 



ii.iini of iiiter-.ili.iii wiili li .„ '. "• i- 

Slnriav Tipwii-liii- afor.-ai.l : m. i.- iiimsitiil <livi«line line 
ii.iw.'.n I'M. 11 an. I Murray 'I'owii-hii'- .. the eoriier of Ivleii, 
Murrav.aml Wa^hinyl-'i T I, i|. -; tleiin- westerly aloie/ 

th.' line .livi.lim; th.' 'l" f W.v-hin^_'tTin an<i I'^.leu to 

th.' mill. lie ..f 111.' 1 fi'.in li •'•' ■ ''■■ '■•■'■ 

north. 'rly almii; lie ii<l r.«i<l ' 

iMiiin.lai V liie' "f ill- i ' ' ' ' ''' 

h.iiin.iaiy liii' "r ll:sv, , pr.- 

ein.-ts |.i ill.' |i|a.'.' lit i" eniiii,,;/. ! . nii"'i. 

."C'. .Ml that Iiorti if Al.illie.la I olllliy eomi-nsilitJ so 

iniieh of IM. 11 Townshi|.a- i- noi in. Inh'il in ih<' I'ifly-lirst 
A>seml>lv hi-tri.i. an<l that ii'.riioii of Hiimklvn T.>wn-hip 
l.\inu .luVi.le of the <ity ..f •rl,' I aii-l all of Alam.-.la 
T.iwiiship, one inenil)er. 



— 11 



Ml ihtit poili.in of Alame<la County e.-mprisinn the 

^,.a. a 1 Kulti, winis of thecity of < '''i<^''i^-/ ;;;:^';;;:' 

..f.,llows: li.-in.nii, at thej^mnt '>• tlr^T^^li^ IV^ ^J^^ 
,.,.,,a„..,-.l: th.n.-e w.'Si.Tly aloiifi siml ,1^"','. •"!'.' ...i... 



•;;S;;::'^^';i;r:i:.:::Xr,::i;m;^i.aA^ 

::,,|,„vlv lin... If Al.mie,la T.,wnsh,p: "-•'I';' !• ' ' > • '.^ 
•: .Mam.-la ToWn>llip to wImIv the sall e 1- i'^'" 
.' .livi.li.i.lim'l»'lw«<'n the pii.l sixth ami s^|- 
,,1.' ihen.-e iiortlierlyalonnsai.l .livi.lin^^ Inm f the 



.nlh W •. 

iMiinl ..f lie'jinniiiK, .'II'' nieiiiiier. 



' -1 Ml hi i-.i ion of Alame.la Coiuiiy e..nipri-nii; uie 
..-i';. i \V' r 1* • >' "f ^>nkhud. lieuiM.U that porti-.n .j 

„„rtheriM'harl.'i In;. ' "\' '1^.,, ,, .,,i„„ pr.'.in.t^: theme 

mmmmm 

'"■""'-■':; :;:::u 1.1 V m I. U,-.'an View ..l,.'.i..., pre- 



i^'^ta ho,ui<iary li '^ ■^'-:::;;!::. SK''ai'.n. -- 

;;::;;->• {^-:J;..V: :,!:::..! northern ehar„.rl,neot 



i.ime.l l.onmliiry " , Vlv ■ l.-n- <ai.l laM iianie.l 

1„. Citvof Oakhiml. -iM u.veasi.ils ai.-n^ 

ine to "the p.iint '"^'''-'i''''V','^;''''V "1\\'' ';;;• ..,„ ,,.,i-inL. 111.' 
-,-. VU that li.inmn of Ahime.la t hih'^ i .,,,.1 



li 

Seeoml ami I t"i' 
l.iiiiii.l" <1 as t' 
northern eh:.! ' 

lil," "f A'! ' ■ 

lill" "f \" 



War.ls "f 111'' <'ii; 
'.iiiiiii' lu'iiij: ai lie 

,• .1.,. Cilv ,if Oakliili'l Willi I!e' .-.lilel 

!,, ,,.■.'■ -oiiiherlv .il"!"-; -''I '■' I'V' 

'.vli.'l-.' lie- -alie i- m:' ;> 

,- . , ■ ■ ■!;, le-' ' i-t'li> ■■ ■ ■'- ■■'"' 

,,,.;, i- I;,,., uf Ur.ia.lwav; 

,1,, ,,f Ui'.'a.lway t'l ill.' 

;,,! l'-|ttli \\;M-.I-: lll.'ll.e 

,,,',,,. ':,,, ,, -; iK'in"! I" 'le 'll\l''lli'-' 
i-a-teriv ai.iiiu -•"" • ' ■,' ~, ,i \\,,.\.- ile',.-' ii'TiIi- 

•'■^-I^'mI' tlnl''l-.''H u'iVaI e,la County eompri-in^ all 

;i:Siii';:n:'T,i-s!;i;'it:;i!&'^i:SJ:";^^^ 



111. I,.'.' ie'l 
I I i \- i ' 1 I I I'J 1 . 

.•a-ti'ily al 



of ll,r CitV of ()akI:ilMl .-u-tlllllH.j; t !.■ hit. iUu\ SrVi-nth 

\Vm,,N not iiuhi.l.Ml in .1m Fiftv-thir. . I- itty-tuur.h. au.l 

FiflN-llflil A^S.IllMv Dislri.t-. nil, lUtUliKT 

;;^,--.:V|,... ( 'utuitA- .4 Coulni l' -Lj.J.lii5;.m!lUii!i^ 

r,X \11 tliai i.uriinii ..|- tin I >.iir,iy of MiiiJoa<iuiii o.i.i- 

' .7, All ,lK,ri..,ru.m of -in .l>, .Mti t uuiiiy not in.-lu.ir.i 
ill III,- l-'iflv-.i-hlli DiMiin...!,. I,,, iiilnr. 
r,i) 'I'll.- i'oiinlv of AiiKi'l'T. "11. iiii'iiil.tT. 
(U TIm' Ciuiiiv of Calav.ni-. oi„ nu-ml'tM-. 
(I-' Tlir Couiiix of ■I'liohiiiiii' . on. iiioinhcr. 

.;.■.; All ilK.t lioni f -l ' 'V of S;n, h. (lam .•om- 

,„isin« III.' Towiislii,.- . •'■ l:.-.luoo,l, l.reti)ont, 

Alviso., -11111 Sanla rlar:i. -- i- 

(-,4. All that i-orii t ^ I -•; ot>aiita < lara rou,|.M- 

iiij: the Citv of San .lo-.-, on- nr nn- r. ■ ■ ,i 

(•,.-,. All liial poi-lion <.f Sanl.. ( l..ra ( o„nty c-omiTiMliU .-• 
Town-hil- of Milpilas. I'.mu.ll. aii-l ( lilioy, ami all of th.- 
Towii-hiip of San .lo>o. .-x.-.-pi til.- City of .josr. oiio nunilx 1-. 

(;t; Tlir Coiiniv of Si ,: ' ■■ . -w nn-nilicr. 

liT. Tlio Couiiin- of \\ i-l Marii-osM. 'uu- ni.-iiilr.-r. 

(IS. 'riic Counlv of San H :■. ■■. oi.r inrnil» r. 

()'.». TIk- Col. my of Moiii, I. y. ..i,. nn ijilnr. 

711. Tin- ( 'oiinty of l'"i-.~iio. on. 111. iiiln r. 

71 'riic ( ■ouiiiv of 'rulaiT. on.' !U( iiilM-r. 

7-_' 'ni.-Coiiini.- of .\lpin.. M-n... ami Inyo, om m.inl.or. 

7:;. Tin- Couiil.s ..f .-^an l.ni- t I'i -, ". ..n. nn inl" 1-. 

71 'riic ( '..unl\ of Santa I'.ali.am. ..m- nn nil., r. 

7.-,' Til,- (■..unln - of K, 111 ami Vi-iitura, one iiionihi r. 

7,-, All il.at |.oi-ti,>n of |,.,-A-. I'oiinty .-oiiiaim.l 111 
tin- 'rown-liij.-^ of SoU-.ia.i, S;.: mIo, LI Montr, .s.ui 

(lalu-irl l,a r.alloiia. A/n^,n Wnn. ,::,..n. San Antonio, ain 
,,11 ii|.|, ,,,,1-non of I...- An-- i.- ■rown-liii' imt conlaiiinl 

willlin lln- oil\ liinU- of 1,"- A ,- ' ' ':'■> . 

77. 'I'lial i...rti..n of I...- .\,:- : - i ■:■•. 
Ili(- liniii-^ of tin- City of 1.,- \ _ 

7s. .Ml thai |...i-ii..n of ; 
iiH-lmit-tl in tin- S.-v.nt\ -- \ n 
illy ])i>trirt>. oih iininl" r 

'7'.i. Tin- ( 'iamiy of San 1'.. i nai n 

-(I. 'I'lu- ('■Miiit.N- of San I»icu'.. - 



\ . (1-1.- nn'lii'>.-|-. 
\ ■•'.Ilia I n. .i wil liin 
nn nil" 1-. 
f l.os Aiij;i-li- not 
: i\ --i-vi-ntli .\--. ni- 



,,11. nniiilior. 
01- nil 'I r. 



.\Uo. .1 nlt;<'~ of tin- Siij,, 1 
iiij: countii-.-, vi/. : 

In <-a(-li of tin- ( .-niili' - . 1 
vcra^. Coln-a. < 'oiin.i i .-i i. \> 
JIunil'oldl, Invo. l\,i-n. i.ik. . 
,l,M-ino. Mol-.-r,l. Mo.l.M-. .\|.,- 
l'la<-<-i-. I'lmna-. .Sin I'., nito. S, 
i.nis ()liis|io. .'^aii Matt-o, Santa I'. 



;,, an.l for tin- follow- 

,,r. l'>ull(-. «'ala- 

i.i li.ii.nl... l-'n-iio. 

M iiiii, MaiT,"-- 1. M' M- 

N.il.i, N. ^-.I'ia. 
^,111 1 li' •--■. - 'M 
l-.i. ^[\\\A t 'iM/. .-^iia-l.l. 



Sk-n-a. Siskiyou, Solano, Staiii-!.-inv'r.-liaiiia.Tiinii.\.'riilaiv. 



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Tuohuun.-. Wntura. at.-l Yolo, on 



.),„l!:."f 111-' Sui"-nor 



I \iiniuiin' . • - 1 .. 1.-,. 

•<•"'•<■ - f Ynl,-.a..aSutt.-i-.-.....>MM..l.ou.-.]u.l«. 

l„ ,l„-('ouniu-sot ^iii'.> •»" 

7^^^'^:^^-"^^}^^^^^^,,,^ San lMan>i-.o.four Ju.lsn. of 
In til.' I ity ami ( .•iiin> 



iiulito. >a 

i'> 
I' 

th,- Snp.riof *'"'"' 



"••""'"" ,,„f.,n.-l.mnl.v.l.l..nars 

aft»T.-Xl'>li<l<'l t.il in 1 

-Mn.i .lollais. ,., sioininali. ».oV.rn..r '• 



san-l <l"i''""- , .. , (;,.,,i-U.- Stoininali. "■-■■■• 






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ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



liLECTION PROCLAMATION. 



STATI-; OF (■.\i.ii()Kxi.\~i:.\i-riTiM-: |)i:i'\rtmi:.\t. 

Xiiticc is licrrliy ^'ivcll that a j;ciit'nil clcclinn will ln' lirld 
tlifiiut;li(iiit tilt' State of California on Tuesday, the finiith day 
of Novenihei', A. 1). 1S"^J, when the following otHeers wiil he 
elected, viz.: 

lMt,dit Eleetors of I'resident and \'iei--l'ii sideni of the 
I'nited .States. 

Si.\ Iiepreselltatives to the ('onsifess of the I'nitCMl States, 

in Hi' oliu'ttw] t*f*^tti till, f'l »l 1 1 iwi 1 1 tr <I l*;f I'lct-;- 




5 On.. R,.,.n-ciiiaiisv fmn, il.r ruih ( oiip-essiimal Dis- 
Irirt.coniprisinfiall lluit i„,riinn nf tlir (ity ana <.<'Uiity of 
San Fiaiu-is.onot indu.!..! in tli.' l.mrih C onRresHicna Dis- 
trii-t, togothcr with thf Ct.nnfit^^* i^m Muteo, hautii t iniz, 

anil Santa Clai-a. , , , ,. i iv 

C, One Kcinvscntaiiw In.iii tlir mmIi ( (iiiiii-c-sn.nal Ui^- 
triH, .-oinnrisinu the Cntn.ii.^ nf San H. nito MontiMvy. San 
Lnis Ol.ispo, Santa I'.arl.ani. Vrntura, Koni, lu aiT, 1' rc<no. 
Ali-inc, Mimic. Iny... San I'.crnanlniM. l.iw An<;<'lt-, and San 

Statr S.Miatdi-s ffuni iIh' f.illowini; S.natonal l»isirirt-: 

First I)istrii-t, tM.nii'"-*''' "*' lla' < 'oinilifs of >an l)ntj;c>an(l 
San Bi-niariliiio. line Sciiatoi-. 

Tliifil Distrirt, i-oniiMiscd of tlif Counties ot \ mtiii-a. >anta 
IJailsit-a. anil San l.nis <)l>i-|».. on.' Sinator. 

Fifll; Distrirt, conii-os.-il of the Cipunlios of Mariposa, M<v- 
ci'il. anil Stanislaus, ono Smator. 

Srvcnth District. i:-onii>osfil ..f ihr ('■.luity i>f Santa < lara, 

two Senators. . , , •■ i 

Ninth Distnri. enini"iseil uf that j.nrnon nt tlie ( ity ami 
CountNof San Fralieisio luiunilfil ami ileserilieil as fullows: 
Coninieneiin; at a i>oint where the -.utiierly line of IIr' 
I'niteil States niiiitarv rescM-valion, kii'iwii as the " I'resiiiio 
Reservation.'' intersects with liie water- of the I'acilic Ocean ; 
tiieiice ineainlerinK alony: the water- ef saiil ocean and the 
waters <if the l!ay of San Francisco nnitherly. easterly, ami 
sontherlv to a iiojnt where W'asliin^iMii Street intersects with 
said liav': thence westerly aloii); said \Va<liiiit;ton Street to its 
intersection with First .V venue: liien<< iiortli.rly ah'n« said 
avenue to its inlei>ieti(in witli tin -niiilierly houmlary lino 
of the said " I'residin l{e-ervation;'" thein-e westerly and aloiiK 
the sontherlv himndary line of said '{'residio |Je<ervation _ 
toils intersection with the I'acilic ()•. an and the |"«inl "f 
heeinnint:. two Senator-. 

Fliventh District, cnniiiosed nf tlial portion <;f tin City 
and < (Pimty of San Franci>co Ipomnle.l und deserihed a- fol- 
lows: CKinniencint; at a point mi ih' line of Market Mreet 
wiiere Fiiiirth Street intersects witli -aii .Market Street; thence 
easterly alone said Market Street to lii. waters of the Hay of 
San l''raneisci>: thence suntherly and -.iithwesterly almiu the 
line of the waters of said hay to a pi-iiit where Fouilli Street 
intersects with said hay; tii(iice nm iIm rly aloiifj the line of 
said F'liirth Street to tlie point of hi ^iii;iin>i. two Senators. 

'riiirteeiith District, composed of til, I) portion nf the City 
and County of San l''raneisci> huund' ■! .iiid deserihed as_ fol- 
lows: Coniniencin^ at a point wheii the I'oint l.ohns 'loll 
I{oad produced in a direct line west, riy inter.seets with the 
waters of the I'acilic Ocean and riiuiiiiin thence easterly 
atont; .Slid Point I.ohos Toll Itoad to ij,.. i.oint of its connec- 
tion with (icaiy Street; thence alon^ -.dd tieary Street east- 



erlv to its intersection with Farkin Street: thence souther y 
alo'iiK said Larkin Street to the point ot its i"U;s<'>-;'"" with 
Market street; tin nee northeasterly along said Market Mree 
to till, point where Fifihth Street intersects with -aid Market 



Street- thence snutheasterly alonii said Fi^dith Mreet to its 
intersection with Channel Street: thence northeasterly alon<; 
said Channel Sir, el to the point ot its ,nler<c.-t.on with 
Fourth Street; tlicncc southeasterly along said lomth Mreet 
to tile iiointof il< intersection with the 1 ay ot San 1; ran- 
ci-co: thence southiilv along the line ot the waters ot said 
hav to the point of intersection witii the houmlary line 
between the Citv and County of San I ran Cisco am the 
Countv of .Sm Slatco with tlie water- ol said hay: thence 
west.rlv along said houmlary line to the point ot its mter- 
seetii.n'witii the I'acilic Ocean ; theme northerly along the 
line of said ocean to the point ot hegmning. two N'uators 

Fifteentii District. compoMil of the Coiinti.- ot Contra 
Custa and Marin, one Senator. , , , ,. ,■ ,• -r,,, I 

Seventeenth District, eompo-.il "t the ( ouiitu- ot 1 uol- 
uniiie am! Calavera-. one Senator. . 

Nineteenth District. coiniM.>ed ot the (ounlle- ot Solano 
and Yolo; .S.lano. one Senator; .>^olami jointly with 'lolo. 

''''l\venty-lirst District, eoinposcd of the County of .<onoina, 

one Senator. , ,. , , , ,. »• i.-i 

Tweiitv-third Di-lriet. composed ot the < ountie^ ot 1.1 
Doiadi' and Alpine, one Senator. ,v ■ 

Twenty-lifth District. eoin]iosed ot the ( ouiities ot WU'H 
and Sutter, one Senator. f\i,,, 

Twentv-seventh District, composed ot thet ..unties ot Mell- 
d;„nn<.. Ilumhol.li.an.i Del Norte, on,' .Seiiat..r. 

Twenty-ninth Di-trict. cniposi d ot the ( ounti- - ..t ( olnsi 
ami T, haiiia. one Senator. 

\U... ni.nih. r- of the .\<-,nil.ly. a- f.illows : 

i '11, c Counii.-"i' I'd Norte ami .^iskiv on. one meniiier. 

■'■ That iioriion of the County of limnl-oldt compri~ing 
the' Townships. .f Orl.ans, Klamath. Trini.iad. Ma.l Mver, 
Union. Ftiieka. ami ISuck-port. one niemher. . , , ,. 

:; All that p..rti..ii of llnnihol-il C.mity not incliidcil in 
the Second Ass. nihlv |)istriet, one in. inl..r. 

1 The Counties ..f Trinity ami Sha-la. one nn nil..r. 

.-. The (.'..unties of M...l..eaml Fas-.ii. on.' imm nr. 

I,' TheCounti.sof I'lnmasan.l Si.rra.oni' meini.er. 

7 Thi- Countv of Tehania, on.' immh.r. . 

S That p..rti;,nof tho C..nntv of I'.ulte comprising allot 
Chicoan.l Davi. .11 Townships: all. .f Or. g..n'i own-hip lying 
w.st ..f th.' im'ri.lian lim' .livi.lmg rang, s two ami "'"'y.''"-.'- 
in townships tw.ntvand tw.nty-on.' n.-rih Mount Dia hlo 
hii-eaml imri.liaii;"all of llaimlton T..wiisliip, .'X.ept that 
puit of said township King east of the M'ctioii houndaiy 



Sutter 



Suiter tu Kenrny. 



wciiniv lo 



M:irkrt,Mai-kft to Third, 



Tl 



iird 
:ir.. 



Id the |ilaee (i 
All that i><»iti<>u 



f luuillimii.'. line laellilKT 



d l-heCily lUidi'iiiiiity of Sun Fn 



11- 



eiseii houn 
Fdurlli ami 
f 



le.i a-i fiill<i\vs : CeiiinuneniK 



a! the iiiter<(etiipn o: 



f 



trvaiit Mrei 



t-. tl 



leliee almi 



tl 



le cell 



tei .if tl 



(illowini; naineii 
^hlI•ket III Nhisnii 



M; 



toll til Market. Nhirket tn Fourll 



. ,,-. i'.iyant tn Fifili. Fifth to Market, 
i-.ill III ."^uller. Sillier to .'^toekton, Stoek- 



>trei I- 



n 
lejrimiinj;. one lui iiiiier 



1. all 



1 Fmirth to the iilaee 



at 



thai |iol 



tinll of ll 



< lis all! 



( .■mitv of 



ail 



!• 



raii- 



fiseo liiiuinleil 



IS fi 



illo\\> 



('ollllliellrlllli 



at tl 



le llllerseetieiu 



if Fifth ami I'.ryaiit Stnii-. ei.iiHiiuiii 



thel 



lee aloilK 



til 



center of the tiillnwiiif; iialiiei 
to Market. >hirket n 



iMre 



t-: Hrvaiit to Sixth, Mx 



th 



avii.r. 



Tiivlnr III Suiter, Sutter to 



^h 

pla 



M 



ismi 
i-t;iiinint: 



tn ^hlrkel, Marki t m I'il'ili, am 



s Ail that iinriion o: 



Fifth to the 
if the Cilv ami Ceunty of San Fran 



ilie lueiiilii r. 



ciseo iioumi 



. f.ilh 



( 'oiiinieneiiii: 



at tlie interseetion of 



Sixth ami IJrvant .'^lreel<. eipiilniiiiiii: iluiiee almi^' tin 



•enter 



)f the folliiwin^ nanieil stnct-: I! 



ll to Seventh, Seventh 



to Market, Market t.. .Me,\lli<ler. MiAlii>ler to Leavenworth 



I 



,ea\cn\vi>! 



Ill In Sutler. Sutter Ii 



Phuket to Sixl 
nienilier. 



I. ami 



.^ixtli 



r.iyl.-r, Taylor tf> Markd. 
ilii iilai-i* of hegimiinj;. one 



;'.». .Ml thai i.nrtinn nf tin- t 'ily ami ('mm 



tV of 



Fn 



eiseo linumled 



o; 



i- r. 



fnll.i\\>: (niilMieiieilig at tlie illUTseetlon 
111 



>r\ain ami Seventh streets, eonnniiin^ tlient'c nioii 



th 

ith 

Kijihih lo Market. Market to l.arkiii. haiklii to Stitter, Sutt. 



renter o: 



f the f. 



owin 



!.' naiiieii streets: jkyant to Fi^l 



to 1, 



nil, I 



,ea Veil Wnr 



th lo M.Allister. MeAllister to 



Market, Market to .Sveiiih. ami Seventh to tin.- idaee of 



leniniilli;;, one liielillier 



jn. All that portion <>f tin Cityainl County of San I'lan- 
eiseo hiiumled as follows: t oiiilileueiiiij at the intersection 
of iJryani ami l",ii:htli Slieets. eniiiiniiiui; tlienec aloiiji tiie 
center of the followinir n:inie<l sIliiN: Urviint to I'.levelith, 
Klevellth to Mark< I. Market lo Van N. -^ Van Ness to Slitter. 
Stittt r to Larkin. l.arkin to Mark. i. .Market to Kinhth. an<l 

Fichth to the |>lai-e nf heyiliuinj.'. o||. me|iilK-r. 

41. .Ml that |ioriioii of the City ami Ci.iinty of San Fraii- 



I'iseo lioiimletl as follows: Conmiei 



iiiiii: a 



t th 



intersection 



.f Myile Street witli tli< waters of th. I'.ay of San Franiiseo. 
itinniii): thence nlon}; the ci'iiter of llv«h' Street to the 

ifCali- 
i-ast 



•liter of ( aliforiiia Stnet: thence 



ll 



foinia ."^treei in a ilirecl line to its iiit< i--i.-t 



le center o 



mil wi 



th th 



line of the City ('iiiuteiy: (hence iioitlnriv ill a direct line 
to the waters of the I'aeilic Oceiiii: t lance nionj: the shore 
in all iast<'rly direction to the phiei of Ix^iniiing, one uicin- 
Ikt. 

4-2. All that jioriion of tl,e City sitiil County of San Kran- 
ciM'o hounded as follows: < '(iiiitneiiiiij): at ilie iiiters^-ction 



— 9 — 



of .\ venue 
th 



Baml thi water? 



,f the Paeitic Ocean, .•outliiumt; 



tl 



le eeliler < 



,f the following naniei 



1 streets 



I') to First Aviiiii 



First .\ venue 



to Turk Stre» 



t.T 



e I) lo 1- iiM .\ M iiii> . ■■■■,,,, I- 1 I,. ,,. \".,. 
Devisadero, Dcvi-a.lero to hddy. Ivdy t \ at 



to Sutter. Sutler to lly 



Hyde, U'yile to ( alifornia 



Ness. Van 
Califor- 



nia to the east line t 



f the * ity • eim 



terv; thence mirliierly 



in a direct line to liie w 



aters of the raeitu 



Oc 



lloiiji tlie short 



in a westerly an 



I siaitlie 



Iv di 



ce of hcfiinninL'. logethc 



witli the islam 



Is k 



in: thence 

ectioll to the 
liowii as the 



Hon 



Ish 



•i;'.. Ail that |iorn 



iiie luciiioer. 
,a of the City am 
iici 



1 Cnuiity o: 



1" 



led as t'nilows: Coliinn 



im at the iniersection 



of Aveiim 



Hand tin- water- 



f the I'aeitic Ocean. eontlPUlll}; 



First AveiiiK 



(hence alona the emier o 
Avciiu.^ ISto First Avenue. 
Devisidero. Devisidero to Fddy. h'l 
Ne-s to Fell, Fell toStaiiyai ^ ' ' 



f the following nanici 



1 street? 



\u Turk. Turk tf 



Iv t. 



Ne-- 



Van 



laiiyaii 



io 1). 1» to the wanrs 



:,f the Pacitii' Oe 



can. 



theliee alollj..' th« 



if 



the 1 



.f 1 



leSJlllll 



in;;, one niein 



her. 



it. All that |.ortiiin 



CISCO lioun 
of Avenue 



led a:- fi 

1) and the waters. 



i.f the City am 
^•s: ("oillllienelll 



1 t ounty I 



if 



111 to 



Fran- 



11 at the intersection 
,f"ti,e pacilicOc.-an.coiitinuiii« 



tl 

.\ venue 



I'.'lice 



alolin the ei 



liter I 



if the 



following llallie 



1 streets; 



j) t., Siaiiyaii. .'-tanyan 



Va.i Ness to Mark. I. Market to Fhvelilh 
ncl. Channel to Uarri-on. Harrison;,. 



tcciith to tillerrcrn, 
Fiuhleeiith t<i its WI 



Ciiiernro 
sterlv end. thence in 



to Fell. Fell to Van Ness, 

l':ieveiilii to Chall- 

Fourtieiith. Foiir- 

to i:i(;hteelltli, theliee alolin 



ilv to an niter-ertioii oi 



,\ veil lie 
tl 



then 



leiiee 



one iiielilliel 



lior.t 

1.1 



herl> 



almiu 



■1.".. All that porlmn o 



ciseo hoiim 
of (iiierrero an 



h'd as full 



lirect line west- 
.k u;;"'e;stui. limit of K street .or 

K to the waters of the I'acihc Ocean, 
the shore to the place ..t heniniunu. 

f th.'Citv and (ounty of .Sin Fran- 
Comnicncinn at^he intciseition 



1 l-onrteenlliStr»ets. contiiiuiii« I 



hciic.aloiin 



(he eel 



iter of the fnllnwiim nam 



I streets; I' olirliclllli 



to 



Harrison. Ilarriso 
lo SeVt nth, Sevellt 
(o Twelltiel 



Ml to ChaiiiK 



1. Ch 



1 to niyaiii. I'.ryanl 



htoMi-sissippi.Mis-is-ipin 



to Nap: 



a pa 



1,. Iw. iiti.lh toOueneio, and (iueri 



i,f hej;iniilll^. "Ilf •"'•'" 



I.er 



4ti. All that poiiioiM.i 



f the City and County "f .Sin !• ran 



to (he 



CISCO 

..f \\\ 



i,oiiiideda>f|illows: (•oiinm 



ncini: al the in{ers.clum 



lilt 



^ll•,<t and the water: 



s of the r.ay < 



f .Sill Fran<is<-o 



iitinuinu ilieiic 



lonj; the cell 



ter of il'ie followini; na 



Mreets: hryaii 
Mppi 



t t'l .Seventh. SeVeiit 



.,.,.. (o Napa. Napa to the wa 
ici (hence aloni: the shop ■ 
nint:. one nieinl" r. 
47. All that poriii'ii 



h to Mi^si-sipl'i. M'"^' 



ler-of Ihci'.ayof Sill lianelMO, 
I hay to the place ol l-euin- 



of 



sal) 



.f tlie t'ily and Comity .1 Siii 



Fmn- 



fiwo liollPi 

of Napa Street all' 



led 1.- follows: fomiiiencinu 



1 (lie waters of the Hav 



( (he interieetion 
,f .Sill FraneiiH-o, 




— 11 



that iMiilioii 1.1' 



Sixth iiml 

as fdlliiWr 



•durtli 
''x'niiiiiiii 



if Alanicila Cniiniy (■(Hiijirisiii^ the 

llfSClilnMl 

line iif tlie 



Wanls of the City of Oaklaml. 



iilh WanI w 
hiced: tht 



ji at the lioilit 111 till' westerly 



j)r<i( 

line Strict ; thelici 



U 1( 



tlie same is lutefsfi 



till liv Tent!) Street 



h- along said Tenth Stivut lo A'hi 



■s-ter 

lUtlierly aloiin sai< 



lldltiiei'ly lilir o 



f AUi 



iieila 



T 



lUll 



1 A.lalin 

llli'Uci 



^tl•et 



t tc.tll 



:'.|H 



1 

sectf( 
eilth 



llie II 



sliip; llii'UC" easterly almi^; 

icfc thi' same is iiiler- 

hi't ween the suit 1 Sixth ami Sev- 

'I'ni-: il'Lciir.'m.i-lheiiyahmt,'^ai.l .lividiiij: line I., the 



f A hi 



Towiishiii Ki w 



py the clivuhiig 11 



liuiiit t.f hi t;iniiiiij:. one luemliei 



)1. All that i»iiiioii ■>' 



f Ahimeda Counts i-c>m|iris!n 



« th 



FiV-t Wanl nf thv Citv of Oakhui.h h.iiiK ail that iM,vtiou of 
■ ■■ ■ t (if Adaline Stivi-t: and all 



lid t : 



tv of Oakland lyiujl w< 



tiiat I'Mitiiin ni the County o' 



f A hi 



.la. h 



a iiiifliiin o 



f 



Oak 
1 



T 



l.d 



i\vn-lii| 



lyinj: outside of said Ciiy i 



if Oak Ian 



iiiun 
liorthein 1 harn'f linei 



inn l"'e 
I'tl 



iiortherlv aloiiy 



Mint 

ahmj; said li 



folhiU-iCi'immeneinf,' at the intel-erliolMif the 

,f theCily <if OaklaiKlwith thctlivid- 

, ..ad T<>nieseal eleetimi imeinrt-: Iheiieo 

1 dividinj: line to where it int.'isccts the 

hetiiin iireciiiel: ihenee wisli^rly 



•twrcii r>a,\- am 



herlv liiw iif 11' rkelty 



f said Herkeley .IrrtKni lu-ei 



imt to the 



lianiet 



hrt 
•inet-: thelie 



diviiiin>;- ine 



Wii-H 

r no 



lierkeley an 



1 West ll.rkiley ileetion 



1 \<i the 
h 



iiUlu 



rtiierlv a'lonji said <lividin}; line last 
rlv line of Ocean View eleciiun j 



cinel; (lieliei 

inj: line heiwii 



'£isti liy alo 
n Alaiiiei 



iiL' said last named linetn tli<- i 



divid- 



la and Cuiitra Cnsla C.ninties: tiieiiei 



iiorlhw« 
Ciisla h 
Couniv 1 



iirlv ami wi 
d' 



lomidary line <>'. 



•stcrly aloii}; 
f Alaimda 



d Ah 



la and Contra 



>an 



|- laiu'iscii: 



Cniinly and the Ciiy and 

Miuiheily al'iiii; said last 

liie said mirtherii eharli r line of 



theme 



naimd hoiimlary hue ti 

thcCilvof Oakland: th.-me last.rly ali.nji 

line l.i"lh<- piiint i.f heuinninK. "lie iminlM i 



id last namei 



.V>. All thai |Mprlinn o: 



f Al.iineila Ciiunly eonii'iM-iim 



I an.l ■riiini NVanN "f .the City ot Oakhni.l. ami 



S('i-on< 

honndi'd as fiillow 



Coiiimeminnat tln' int<is>et 



if th 



iirUiel'll eii 



irlir 



lint- of the City of Oakland with the. •.liter 



line of Adaline .Sir.et; theliee 



line of A'lalim 
tl 



Street to where 1li< 



iilh.rlv al.inji; sai.l e. iitiT 

I liV 



■itiii'' is iiit.'rsi-.'n'' 



,|,.r lim'.if Telilh Street: Ih-iue ra-t.lly ah.im sal.l 
li, f T.nih Slivet lo the eeiit-r line ..t l.r-.a.lwiiv; 



i-i'iiicr 1... ,. 

theii.t n.>rlh.-rly al..ii>; tli<; i'enlvr hue « 



ili\i'li 



'>; 



line hi IW' .11 the .Seeom 



f Ui'.ia.lway III tho 
1 ami riflh Wanls:' th.iur 



last, rlv al.mjj siU' 



1 .livi.linu line last iiani 



III- 111 Iwei 



n III 



i'i>n< 



.1 s, 



Vllltl 



1 t.i th.' .lix idiiiK 
th- 



Walils: ih. nee north 



IV 111 



il'V. 



till la-I lliilned line lo lh<' sal" 



1 noiihern ejiarter 



IIk'I 



let 



we«i.ily jiloiij: siii" 



1 last uame.l line lo the |>oint 



of l><>:innitit!. '< 



ne nieiiilM r. 



■.»; All that |H.riH>n <>l 
,»f Oaklaii.l T<'nii-hi|. oiilsi 
Hot iliel 



if Alaine)!)! County conii'ii-inR 



ill 
i". if the Ciiv'nf Oatlaml.aiMJ 

1 till 



L'l 



Imle-l in 111' Kifiy-fomlli Asm niMy iMsinei. an. 



:)f thf Ci 



tv of Oaklaii.l v,<ur■Wu\^u^i 



tlio 



Fifi' 



1 !>ni 



-cvtntli 



Wards, nut iiu 
Fifty-lit'ili AsM-iu 



luil.-a in t!i.' Fifty-iliii' 



l)i,-trii'is. inic ni' ni 



,1, Kifiv fnuill 



57. Till' Countv 
.'),s. All tliat iKii; 
,visiu<r llu' Ci 



tv (if Cnnlva I t>sta 



V. oTu' imnniiiT, 



tmn II' 



,f the Cmuity 



f San .loaquin CDin- 



Citv of Stoc- 



kton, 'inc ni' niluT 



,V,I. .\11 that ii.irlion <>! 



f >an 



iHMllIII 



Connty not inriudr. 



in tl\i' 
Cti. 



Fiflv-riu'hth District, on. ni.lnlH.T 
'nu'('o\inty of Aniador, onr in'"' 



(11. 'I'liv • ounty o! 



j Calavi 



;j. T 



Alvis. 



Coun 



IV of Tnohiniur. on. l 



hor. 
ii>l)ii". 



iicni 



Ikt. 



11 that portion of tlir roniity o. 



f Santa ("lara i-nni- 



tii 



TiiW-nslllli: 



f AllU:i'l'-U. 



lii'ilwoi 



(1, Friiiioiit, 



Santa 



Clara, oni' nunii»i' 



(14. .\11 that i>ortion o 



f tlir Counly 111 



f Santa Clara coniiiris 



UIK 



till 



Citv ( 



if San 



onr nil HI 



l.r. 



All that portion • 



if Santa Clar 



r,,wnslii|i. of Milpitas. i;»n>' '■''';: 



I ounty coini 
1 (iilrov. am 



ri-mt; tlu' 



,f tl, 



Townsliiiiof San 



(■xi'i'iitthr* 1 



CiivofSan .losi'sontnifin 



her. 



GC. Thv dmu 

fiT. Tiu' ('i.iintu's I 



tv of Stanislaus, on<- UH'nilior 



(■«.'<. 'I'h'Couni.i 
Ci'i. 'I'lio County 



if Mm 
f San r.cniti 



if Nhmtiny. nnr nimnin' 



M:irii> 
mi im'inlii'V. 



>ni' iiunilH-r. 



7(t. Tl 



Couu 



tv of Frr-no. one nuui 



her 



n. 'I'hr Ciiun 
7 -J. 'I'hf Countii-: 
'li,r Counly 



tv of 1 ularo 
if .\lpin 



nil moor. 



Ml 



no 



vo, on 



if 



n FuisOlii-i 



■p Thi' County of Santa !>; 



irban 



a In 
one imniln'r. 
t' nionihcr 



,. ini'inhir. 



Tl 



oun 



til s of Klin am 



tl 



7(i. All tlial portion 



if 1. 



1 V 
Anr 



iin 
iiuira. oi 



ic nu'inlHr 



rown>hii-s -if Sol. ilail. Sal 



1,, O.untv containti 
, nisii-lo. Kl Mi'ii'o. 



1 in 



tiahriil. La l^allona 



\/.u-a 



Wil 



ill! that portion 



f I. 



.\ns;- 



m Anii'iiio am 
T-v,ii-hip iii't oinlaimi 



nii.i'.;i"n. 



\vi 



tliin tlir<'ity limits of l.'- Ai 



■jiv. olio nuniixi 



That portion 



f 1. 



An 



nitv i-ontaim I 



1 within 



the limits of ihot'ity 
7S. All that portion 



.f !.<■ 



Anc' 



iiic mom 



h.r. 



nil. 



lu.h.l ill tho Sfv.nly-sixth am 



.f tho 
-sixth 



,f l,.,s Annilos imt 

,i >.venty-stvinth A-mi- 



l.lv Pistriits. ono nionilior 



!) '['\u- ( 'ounl.> 



tv of San r>irnari 



ilil: 



olio nioin 



l.ir. 



M». Tho Colin 



tv of 



IMip' 



oil. h 



111 



hor. 



AIm.. .ImlKosof tho Suporior C 



HI am 



1 for thofollow- 



int; c.iiinlios. vi/ 



von 



II >a( 



h of tllO ColintK: 



if All 



Am 



,lor. r.ulto. t a 



Cala- 



is. Coh 



^ '(intra ( osta. 



|>.'l N.' . * 1.1 Di'iail-. Fro«ii.. 



JllDlllioldt.lliyo 



Kt rn. Lak< . i.a-- 



Marin. 



ilociiH 



M. 



1.' Mo(l..c. Moiii'. M lofov 



Marip' 
Nai 



Ml 

N( vada. 



riao»r. riiiimi 



* San l$oiiili>. >aii 



III 



i,ui: 



Ol. 



Si<rrii, Siskiyou 



I Mal< 
Sola I 



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lii,,,, San Pi-H". >>i» 
Saiila Cm/, j^h'.'*':' 



io. Stain 



■laii- 



hiniiii 



Triiiiiy. 



liilaro, 



— i:i — 



Tuolumm'. Vonlmi, an 



I Yi 



lo. OlU' 



Court. 

In tho Counlu 
of tho Suporior 



.< uf Yuha am 



Jvuljio of tho Suiiorior 
liinoil, ono J"dg'-' 



ittor ooinlii 



Cnurt. 



u oao 



h of llio CoUlitl 



>f Alano 



da, Liis An 



>a>-ra- 



iionto, ^aii 



.Joai|Uiu, 



ita Clara, am 



^olio 



ma, two 



d«o 



;)f tho Suporior Court 
In thot ity a 



ml County o' 



,f San 



Fraiioisoo 



four 



,hiil^ 



th 



^u 



pcrior Cour 



Also 



it 



liion 



nii-nilnion 



ts tl 



tho Stato, 



SU 



hmitfil hy tho Lou.slatur 



session, a 
spcoilioi 



ml at It- la- 



t ..•xtrasossion.nuniiH 



l,will 111- vnu-il upon 



liv tho cK-olor 



t!,,. Constitution of 

ular 

iftor 

<of sail! Stato, viz.: 



ts last n-Ri 
horoil as horoin 



at 1 



A \ii;n I'M '■->■''■ 



No. 1. 



Al 



rlCLK XI. 



Si-;crii)> 



P.». I. 



I iny I 



itv wiiori 



owuoi 
sinio w 
conipaii 



1 ami 
,-ith wator 



intriiiioi 
ir 



1 l,y tho niun 



irti 



tk-ial light, any 



thon 
icipalityfor su) 



no i>ulilio wor 



plyinji 



th 



liviilual or any 



uthorit\ 



V. (lulv Uh-'i 

if tin- law 



rporatod for su 
sof this Stato, 



.•h purl 



di-r 



1 l.y 



urn 



of tho Supi-ri 



nii-u'iont <v 



f .>^troi.-ls. o 



ithor 



Icr tin- diroct 
.iVici-r in ooii 



ion 
trol 



l„.n-of,anil umhr siu-li m 



noral n-g 



'ulations a 



< till- luuni'-i- 



lalitv may 



m-oruio 



fordamacos.amlim 



ml 



litvfiirdaiiiagis 



liavo 



tho 



priviloi:i- I'' 



if usinu; tho p 



UW stroots an 



1 thoiiiu! 



h- 



fari-s tlioroo: 
and oonnoi 



it, an 
tion 



i,,f layiny; down pipo 



< tiiorowitli. 



far a- 



mav 



intn 



duoing 1"''.' =" 



id >ui 



•h oity an 



ithor wi 



111 y„-lmht <"•"' 



iplviug su 

lu'V illuniinaliu! 



lcoiiduilsth»-riin. 
1„. m-ci'ss.iry tor 
,1 itsinhahitaiits 



liijlit.or with 



tcr fur di'iix :"•■■">' 



\va 

that tho iiiunu 



lall olhi-r purposi 



ato t 



ho oh 



ipil H'l^'o 
s ih' rmf- 



rnnioiit 



hall 1 



111' 



lavi 



tin- r 



frosh 
litioii 
ijiht to ro^u- 



.11 tin- OHIO 



Amkni'MI "^1 



Skitios 



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'I'll.- (lovi-rnor. Supi 



rinti-m 



li-iit 



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li 



j^trii 
sha 



•lion, am 



1 tin I'lim-M"! 



I's of the Stato Norma 



I .Schools 



11 



(.•on 



-til 11 to I 



pill-, or oaii-c 



l.i.SlatoUi.anlof Kdm-al"" 
lc<l. and adopt a • 



1 .diall colli 



(,, he foinp 



I, an 
niforni soru 



si-hools throiij 



f 
liout tho 



toxl 
StJit< 



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•riio Stat. Hnril iniv 



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f Stale I'liiitiu ' •'' 



it I 



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ice I 



1 

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U-xl 



i=.t.ip'.i^"''ri'-i';.'""±r;i 



Urn phi:i;o.ll.y.l.oSi.pciM;.on. 

',!'A,,„. l'rn.tin««»"pi'l".;\ ,'. 
•suil.ul.d and sold at tin ' 



lout 

I wlu-n so 

ost 



f print im: p<il'li*l«'HS 



LliHtril'iilinC'V "^"V 



rii 



i;:Xs:;a;h.i.u-d shall oontiuiK-nin 



s*. not lo-s tliaii four 



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Hid sai.l State Hoanl shall |" rf-mi such other .hitio. 
il)(<,l l>v law. The l-.L-islature shall pruvid. 



)e iiiTsci' 



f(ir a Hoani of Ivhiralioii in farli mii 



iitv in tlic Mati 



County Suiicnntiaii 



lent and the Cniuity 



)ll h 



ntri'l of the fXaiuuiaU'iii 



Hoards of Ivlucatiou 
)f teacliers an<l the 



granting of tiaehcrs' corti 



ilicatrs within tlifir respective juris- 



dicti 



A.mkniimi:m" 



AUTHl,i: Mil. 



MXTIDN 

one nieinht 



il. .\ Stall 



if Iviiiiilization. consisting 



.f 



r from each ('(ingressioiial 



District in tiiis Stat( 



as tlie 
diall 



same exi 
i-tecl 



-te<l in eightet-n hundred and seventy-nine, 



ly the iiualitiei 



districts, at the general election to he ludd m t 
thousaiiil eight luindre.l and . igliiy-ix, and at 



iialoria 
our vear 



1 eleclion thereafter, wlio-c tcnii 



tl<-.ti)is of their respective 

ludd in the year one 

eaidi guher- 

■ for 



of olfice siia 



11 



fi 



i>e dutv it shall he ti 



(■i|Ua 



lizo the valuatUMi ot 



the ta.xahle jiroperty in the several counties o: 



i)f the State for 



tlie purjiost 



ex o 



llh'i 



s of taxation. The ( 'oiitpiller of State shall h 
)f th( Hoard. Th-iJoards of Supervisors 
of tlie State shall constitute Boards of 



o ii memlier o 



of the several cotintie 
Eiiualizatioii for their respcctivt 



i-ountK. 



rhose duty it 



dl 



het 



o e<|ualize 



tl 



le valua 



tii'ii of the laxiihle ju-oju-rty in ll 



ounty for tlie puri 



("ounty I5oa 
cm po were 



d- of 1 



if taxation: i 



I'll, such Stat<> and 



.iiualizati 



tioii ari' iarehv aulhorizi 



.1 



may presi'rib< 



1, under such rules of iioliiciis the ("ounly Hoards 

siiientt;. and under such 



as to the countv as 



.lis of notice as the State Hoard may prescrihe as tot 
■tion of the Slate Hoard, to iii.r<a-c or lower tiie entire 

>iitaine(l therein, so as to 



meiil I'll 



or anv assessment c 



lualize tlie assessnienl of the prnp-rty contaiiu 



d 



in sail 



>-menl roll, and make tl 



iiiciit conform to tiie true 



I money of ijie ]iroperlv coniaiiie<l in said roll: yj 

i/r./, that no "Hoard of K.|Uaiization -hall raise any inorl- 
Iced of trust, contract, or oihi r ohligatioii l.y wliich a 

• its fa<-e 
-hall 



pige. 
deht 



IS sicurei 



monev or solvent 



dii^ 



ihove 



coli- 



Vallle. Tiie pre-elit Stale Hoard of K- jUalizalioll 

tilllle ill ollice until their sllcce-sor-. M- h«rein provided for 

sliall he elected and <hall .jualify Tlie l.egislaluie shall 



lave 1 



•r to redisirict the Stat" int.. f..urdi-lrict-. as nearly 



»M|ual in population as pracii.alili . and to provide for the 
ideclioiis of meiiihers of said Hoanl of l>iualization. 

EjicIi (uin iidment -iiail 1m vott.l ui...ii sepamtely fnuii the 

oth«i-s, i.y hallot, at the next geuei.d eltctioll. to he Indden 



>ii Tiie-dav, llie fourth day of N'oniiuIht, 



\. D.I SSI Th 



hallols useil at such election -hall contain the won 



1«: •• Forth 



A I 



liellilllieil 



t No. I," or tl 



le Wor« 



N 'AuilIlM the Aniendmelil 



No. 1;" '• For the Ani<iuliiiem Xi». 'J.' or tho wonls "Against 



— 15 



the Amendment No 2:' 



le w 



t! 
ju-ii 



ords "Again-t the Aiueiidmeii 



For the .Vmeudment No. :>," or 
t No. :^.'' written or 



ted t 



lereoii. 



And 1 li 



II hereliv ( 

r 



iVer a rewa 
mvictiou o' 



rd of one 



hu 



ndred (hdlars 



ons o; 



for the arrest and cnu 

lating anv of the juovisi 

Code; such rewaid< to he i>aid unt 

after ex|ieiided for the puri>ose re; 

sand dollars. 



, „f anv and every i>erson vio- 
,f Title "IV, Tart I, of the Penal 



il the total amouii 



t hen 



dies the >U1I! of tin thoU- 



In testimony wher 



oof, I. «ieorge Stom 



mail, (lovernor 



of 



the State o! 



f (■"aliforida, have hereunto 



set mv hand and 



cau: 



sed the (ireat Seal oi 



f the Mate 



to he atiixei 



1. at the City 



of Sacramento, 
lss-1. 



Ill t 



his the lifteeli 



th ihi 



if 



■pt, 



A. \). 




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A.MKNOMKNT No. 1. 



AKIICI.K XI. 



SecTi'on 19. Ill aiiv citv win-re tlicri' iir^ no |>iil.'l''' virl-a 
<i\viu<i 1)11(1 cDiitiollcil liy tlic iiiiiiiiii|>ulity for siipiilyiiij; tlio 
Siiiiii- with Wiiti-r or arlitii-ial liu'lit. any iiKliviiliiMf or any 
coinpany. duly in<-or|.oiMt<(l for siirli |nir|>()-c nmirr ami l)V 
nutliorily of llic law> of llijs Slate, shall, mulcr the <lircctioii 
of the SuiK'rinlciiiicni of .stncts, or otlur oHicir in control 
I hereof, ami umler -ueh general rennlations .is the nuiniei- 
pality may presenile for ila map'*. ,iml imIeiiiMily for ilamat'es, 
have the priviiej;.' of iisinu the puhlie streets ,'ini| IhorouKh- 
fares thereof, ami of lay iiij; ilowii pi|ies ami eomluits then in. 



and conneetioiis th<;rewjtl 



fa I 



may 1. 



nc<'ess:irv tor 



iiitrodmini; into and snpplyinu smh i-ity and its inhal>il,int . 
oilher with pi-lijrht or other illnmiiijitiiiK lii-dit, or with fre-h 
\vat< r for dohi<'<lie anci all olln-r pnriioses, upon the eondition 
that the nitinieipil noveriinieiil siiail liavf the riKJit 1<» rej;u. 
late the ehari;i'» thereof. 

.\MK.\HMK\T No. :*. 

AUTICI.K IX. 

Skition 7. The ttoveriior, Siiperinlciident of I'liMie In- 
stnielion. and the I'rimip.iU of the Siatv Normal S.hooN. 
oiiali (■on'<litiite the St4it«- Koard of Kdne.itioh. an<l >hall eom- 
pile. or eau-'e to Im- eoinpihil. ami adopt a iiniforni wrie- of 
t<xl-lMMik« for iise in the eoininon ■«lir>ol-< throiiithoiii the 
Slate. The Slate H i-trd iiiuv <• ni-«4> !<iie|| |ext-liK>k«. hIhii 
ndonHfl, to Ih (.riliKil an<l pi|i>li«lie<| l.v the SiipTintendellt 
<»f Slate rrintiiiK ut the Stat<' i'miliiix Dlliee. niid when .-.i 
|>riiite«i aii'l piili|f<lii-<|. to Im' diMriliiited and ^1111 at the <i».t 
firieeiif iiniiliiii; p<iMi)i|iiuu.aii<l di-trihutinit the •oinie Tlir 
U'xi-'-"«k- -HI iMioiite*! ••Lull f^Mitiiiiir ill u<<c not !«>«tliiitifotir 



B' 



I «hnll |H • 
» Th." I 



li other duti«'« 

•■ «hrTll I'Diviilc 

Tho 

■hr 



Amendmknt No. ;5. 



AKTICI.K Xin. 

Section 9. A State Bounl of Eiiualization, consistiiiK of 
one inemhiM- from each Coiigri'ssioiial District in tliit- State, 
as the same I'xisted in eigliteen iiundred and seventy-niiie, 
sliail lie elected hy the qualilied ekrtors of their respective 
districts, at the general election to he hehl in the year one 
thousand eight luindreil and eighty-six, and at each guher- 
natorial election thereafter, whose term of ottice shall he for 
four years, whose duty it shall he to e<iualize the valuation of 
the taxahlc jirojierty in the several counties of the State for 
tile jiurposes of taxation. The Controller of State shall lie 
ex otlicio a memherof the Board. 'J'he l>oardsof Supcrvi.-ors 
of the several counties of the State shall constitute Boards of 
E(|Ualization for their respective (•ounties. whose duty it shall 
he to e(|ualize the valuati<in of the taxahle property in the 
county for the iiurjiose of taxation; j>i»/r/(/r(/, such State and 
County Boards of Equalization are hereby authorized and 
empowered, under such rules of notice as the County Boards 
may prescribe, as to the county assessments, and under such 
ruli's of notice as the State IJoard may prescribe as to the 
action of the State Board, to increase or lower the entire 
assessment roll, or any assessment contained therein, so as to 
ecpialize the assessment of the pro]>erty contained in said 
assessment roll,an<l make the assessment confonn to the true 
value in money of the jirojicrty containi'd in said roll; pro- 
viil'd, tliat no l?oard of Equalization shall raise any mort- 
gage. < Iced of trust, contract, or other obligation by which a 
debt is secured, money or solvent credits, above its face 
value. The ]iresent State Board of Equalization sliall <on- 
tinue in ofhce until their successors, as herein provided for, 
shall be elected and sliall qualify. The Legislature shall 
have power to redistriet the State into fourdistricts, as nearly 
equal in ipopniation as jiractieable, and to provide for the 
elections of meml)ers of said Board of Ei|Ualizatioii. 



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^,'?,l;^"s^..L •V',l',''"';''''"-\'" ""■ f"af.ex,-e|,i railroa.ls, not exempt umler ih.. laws of the 
;.it..,lSale5..l,allbetax,.. ,n,,ro,.,rt,o,, to.ts vain,., to l,e aseorlai ie,l as provi.l,..! bylaw 

!.,ooM:l Mhcr. that ra,ln.a,U shall be tax,-,! as ,,rov , "l in^^ .t^n t u ,Mh ^.^ " / "llf 
^r.v.UcJ.,uMer. that the Lepslature ,„ay pr..vi.le for the exet.tpt ," .1 "n axai,,;, ;,,'„,• 

to thT^r'.M, Y" "''"'.• ''■■ '""• '^"'"' "'"•'■ t«x,.ayer-i„ this Stite to i„akea„,i .leliver 

Mol:,;:;^';;; >!;;:;;,:" '" '"^""*"""' "^ ""■*- '- "■>'-'• ■" '-■- ovioeu me;M'a.l:'rr'fi;^ 

Sitr. 10. All property, exeept railroail property, as hereinafter pr..vide(I, shall Ik> Hs«-«se<i in 
U;e <TOinty. eity eity anil county. l,.wn. town.shin. or .listri.-t in which it is situateil. in the 
manner provhlc.l by law. Every coriH.ralion aii.l person owning' or operatins a railroad, or 
any portion thereol. in this State, shall, on or iK-forc the first (lav of ,Tnlv of each year, iiav to 
the Stale Ircasurcr an annual tax ol two and a half |kt cent U|'i..n the 'i;ro.s9 earnm 's cirne.l 

within this State, ol such railroad, for the year cndin; upon the thirtv-Hr»t dav of 1>, nilK-r 

ne.xt pivcedini;; which tax shall be in lieu of all other Slate and n.untv taxes uikui the fran- 
chise, business. rif;ht of way. roadway, roadln-d. rails, rolling slock, fences. Btalions. and their 
appurtenances, and upon ferryboats, when operated as a part of such railroad, and ui».n the 
.shares o the capital stock, and uiM.n the niorl^'agcs. deeds of trust, .-ontracls. or other oUi-ation 
.y which a debt ;s secured upon such pror-.rty. All other property belon-inn to such cori-ira- 
tion or person shall be assessed and taxed as ,.1 her pro|iertv is asse'sscd an. I taxed. The gross 
annual earnings earned during the year ending on the tliirfv-first dav of Peceiuber last t.reced- 
ing. ol all railroads, shall Iw. annually, k-fore the first dav'of May thereafter. .i.scertaine,i an.l 
declared by the Stjite Hoard of Equalization, under such rules and' regulations as inav be pre- 
s,-ri KNi by said Hoard; ,,ruridcd. however, that the Legislature rnav at any time pass laws pre- 
^Tibing said rules and regulations. In all cases where railroads are situated partly within this 
State ami partly without this State, the gross annual earnings thereof shall be astirtained and 
deterinined by tjiking: 

Firxt—TUv gross earnings which, during th< 
within this StiiU\ 

*'m.H.j!^The gross earnings which. during the same year, have been earned partly within this 
State and partly without this State, which shall be iwertaine.i by api„irtioning such eirninirs 
between this State and other States or Territories, in the proporti.ui which the number of miles 
ol such railroad situated in this Sule, and used in making such earnings, bears to the whole 
number ot miles thereof, by the use of which such earnings have been made. The pi-..i»irti,m 
o intc-rslate earnm-s thus ascertained shall be ad.icd to ilio earnings made wholly within lb,' 
St.ate.and the total thus ..btained shall be Uikcn and deemed to be the gross earnings ,.f such 
railroads for all purposes of assessment and taxation. For every iiurjiose of this section except 
for the puri~.se ..f ascertaining the proportb.n of interstate earnings to Ije adileil to the carnines 
nia.le wholly within this Stole, all railroa.is ..perate.l as one system shall be treated as one road 
One lhir.i of the tax paid by .^..rporati.ms or p..rs..ns ..wning ..r operating railr..a.ls uielcr the 
provisions of this secti..n, shall (.ecune part ..f the (ieneral Eun.l of this Slate, an.l tw.. thirds 
there., shall l«. paid to ihe .■..unly .,r ciiiitics in whi,-h said railroa.l is situate.!, in pr..i».rtion 
Ui the length of the railr.ja.l ..in'rat.-ii in the several cunlies. Eor the purp...ses of this W.-lii.u 
a coiis..li<late,l city an.l cunty shall be treated as a county. Anv cori>oration.ass..eiali..ii i.-irt- 
n.-rsbip, (K.rs..n or |>ersoiis. unlawfully failing or r.'fusing i.> pav "the lax li.Tcin pn.vi.le.l when 

the same shall !..■< le due. ,.r within thirty .lavs tlicr,.afler.'shall be .leeme.l b> have waived 

their right to oiwrate their railroa.is within this Slat,-. The taxes herein pn.vi.le.l f,.r. together 
with such iK-nalties as the Legislature may iinp..s,. f.ir the ii.,n-pavmcnl ther.-of. shall be a lien 
np.m the jm.perty loTeinbefore in Ibis s..ction .lesignate.l. aii.l ma> be enli.reed in su.-li manner 
as the L..gislature may by law pnscriU-. All railn.a.ls. so far as the wmc are sitiial,..l within 
the boun.iaries of any iMinnion school district, shall be subject to an ad valorem tax f.r school 
lMir|K.ses V..IC.1 by the electors of the district, at a spw-ial electb.n hel.l f..r thai puriK.se the 
oaliio as ..ther pn.perly situated within the .lislri.t. anything In this article to the contrary 'not- 
withstan.lmg. And all ra.lr..a,ls. s.. far as they are silual.-.i within the l».nndaries ..f anv'incor- 
limited city ..r town, shall In- .•ubj..ct t.. an a.| val.>reni lax f..r niiinicipal purp..ses the ^aiue aa 
other projwrty siluate.1 therein, anything in this article to the .■..ntrarv m.twithsUndin.' 

.Sue. 1 1. In.-,.m.- taxes may be ass,.sscil an.l TOllecte.i fr..m pers..ns", cor|K.ralions. |..in't stwk 
associations or .^.tiipaiiies. resi.lent or .h.ing biisin.'ss in this Slate. ..r anv ..n.. or no. re ..f them 
in such cases an.l am.,iiiits an.l in such manner as shall be pr..s.-rilK-.l bv" law. No (ouri within 
this Stat,, shall have p.wer. by injiin.-ti..n ..r ..therwise. t.> int.'rfere n'ith, hin.lcr, or .l.-iav Ihe 
collection of any tax laid un.ler the f..rm of law. except u[»,n a showing that the same pr..,Vr|y 
has been ta.x.-.l m..re than ..ii.c lor the sani.- purin.se in the same y.'ar. and Ih, n ..nlv ii M.n ,«y. 
ment to the lax i-,.ll.ct..r.,.r into C.urt. of a sum equ.il to the am.mnt of ..i,.- .,f the taxes 'so 
ai.i up.in the pro|».rty in .iiiesli.,n : ^.ron.W.lhat in all cases a.lb.ns may be mainlaine.1 acainst 
the Tax (:olle,-t..r to rc-over illegal taxes pai.l un.ler i.r,.te.'t. All su.-h' a.li..nB must be' coni- 
menee.l within thirty .lays alter such illegal tax.s hav.- U.en paid. It shall I,.- the .lulv of the 
(..urlsin which such aitmns may be bn.ughl. t.. try them. u|«.n the request of cith.r party in 
a.lyanee ol all other .lyil actions, an.l such taxes s.i pai.l un.ler protest shall be retain.'l by the 
lax U.llecb.r ,.!• such ..theroffi.vras the Legislatiin- may .l.siirnaie. until such aclU.ns shallhave 
iK'en finally decnlcd. 



N..thing in this amen.lmeiil shall alleet anv assessment ..r tax heretofore maae or levied ,.r 
interest tliere..n, or any |H.nalty her..t..f..re incurre.1. ..r any action or right of action ..n luwiint 
.■t any su.h a..,«.-ssiiient, lax, interest, or |«.nalty; ami all laws in loriv at th<' a.|..pii,.n of tint 
amendm..nt, n..t mcnsistenl iher.-wilh, shall remain in full f..r<r an.l elleci until alien..! or 
repeal... by the legislature. The first levy and payment <.f taxes against railroa.l i.ro.K.rlv 
hereunder, shall be ma.le in the y..ar eiKl.te,-n hiin.lr.sl an.l eighty-six, an.l shall Ik- iiih.ii the 

)tr.iw earnings t.. he as,.ertain«l as herein provi,!,-,!. b.r II ntire jear of eighteen hun.lr.sl and 

eighty hv... laxation f.>r the hsi-al year en.liug June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eiahlr- 
five, IS not alTei'te.! by this aniendmeul. • * ' 



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GOVERNOi;. 

LlKUTENANT-liOVKKNOU, 

SECUETAI:^ OF .STATE, 

CONTROELEi:, 

TREASritEU. 

ATTOKNEY-(iENEUAl.. 

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CLEI5K OF THE SlIMlEME Corirr. 

SUPERINTENDENT oF ITIU-lc INsTRFtTloN. 



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N'lntma. Kern. 

lull 



fnlaiv. Fn-n... Ali-inr, M^no. Inyo, San r,.Tnanlino. I. 



Il'l Si lltllhl 



IIKKF U.\1L1;<>A1> coMMlssloNKRS -T. 
1m us I |)i>rKn}¥=^omT>os<'Tt nf thx'-t'TitTn^ir- of A 



•tr.l h\ (li>trii-ts. a-^ follow 
Ania-ior. Iluttf. Calavcru:- 



Kl Hora.lo. Ihiniliohlt. Lake. Lasson. Mci 



, Colusa, I Kl Xort.N 
l.K.ino. Mo.lo<'. Napa. Ntva.ia, IMa.-.r, Plumas. Sacranuuto, 



Shasta. Sim-: 



Si-kivou. So 



lauo. Sonoma. Suittr. Ttliama. Trinily. Vol 



.1 Yul'a: Oil, Hinlruittl C 



Si:( oMi 



DisTiinr -('ompo^eMJ .,f the ('..unties of Marin. San 



Mateo. an<l the City ami County of 



San r lanci-co 



Oiii Hiiilruuil ('ti}iiiiii'<'<iiiiii I'- 



Tuinn l)isTiii(T— ('omiioscil of tho Couiili 



.\n.<;' 



-. M: 



Mined. Mono. Monlcny, San 



•- of Alamiila. Contra Costa. Fn -no. Inyo. K( m. l.os 
I'xnito. .San Kfrnanlino. San l)ii'p.. San .]r>aiiuin. San 



Lui- ()lii~i'o. Santa liarliara 
L'liilrniiil C 



.Sinla Clara. Santa Cm/. Stani 



■ lau-. Tulare. 'I'uolumne. ami \'entura: 'hit 



nil III inyinin i . 



F 'nil': STA'l'. I'.OAKl) nl" i:i^rALI/.vri()N -To l.e cKeitMl a- follow. 



Fouit mi;mi'.fi;s o 

Fii;sT DisTKicr-Comi.osed of the City ami County ..f San Fran< 



.S|.;i(iNi) l)i>-n:Hr -t 'oni| 



(1 of the Countii 



es of .Mauieda. 



Al|.ii 



-eo: Oiii Mi 'iiIii r. 

.Vmailor. < 'alaveras. ( 'outra ( 'osta. 



Kl Ihirailo. 



Nevada. I'laeer, Sai nnnen 



to. .Sin .loaiiuin, and Tuolumne: Om Mi mln 



Tiiii;i> I)i>Ti;ier-~Com 



,1 ,if the Counlu 



Marin. Meudoeino. Mod.-. Napa. I'lumas, Sha-la. Si.-rra. M-kiy..u 
Trinity. Yolo, au.l Vuha: Om Mi ml" r. 

Im,, i;tii l»isri:i.T~C.im|...s...l ..f the (..unties „f Fn-n... Iny... K.i 



if r.utte. C.)lusa. l>el N.'rt.'. IIuinl>i>ldt. Lake, [.assen, 
Ian.'. S.inoma. Sutter. Tehama. 



Anv'el.s, M; 



iri|i 



Mi 



,1. .M.in... .Mont.rey. San {'..nit.', Sai 



I'uTiianiino. San l)iepi. San l.uis ( )hispo. .Sin Mateo, Santa Uai- 



hara. Santa Clara, Santa ( rn 



Cru/ Stanislaus, Tulari'. ami X'.ntura: Om M- ml" 



TWO .XS.-^OC 



lATF, .irsTICKS OF TIIK SCI'IM-MF (OlKT 



ONF, ASSOC I A 



Ti: .irs'iTci: of itii: scimm.mk <oci;r rn.xpire.i t. 



K. M 



lesinne. 



Fol'U .HT>(iF,S oF ITIF SlI'KUlOlt ContT. in an. I f.u the <iiy au-i C.ainly of San Fr.m- 



elseo. 



()NK .IllMiK. OK TIIK slI'KIMOK COllM'. in an. I for ili< City nii.l ( <>niily of .Sin Kranris<-.>, 
■xpiicd lenii. vice Walttr II. l,.vy, iippojutt .1. 

NK .HhOK OK TIIK SlKKIMOl! COfUT, in and f.-i ih. ( ..ut.tx ..f Am.uior. unexpired lerm. 



O 



vit-e C. U. .\ini-lronn. ap|««in 



ted. 



ONK .11 I«;K oK Till", SirKKlolJ (Ol Kl". in ami for tli.- <nun(.v of C.ntra «'«>-ia. uiiex|iii<d 
teiin, vi<«> Thomas .\. Urown. nsi^iH-*!. 

ONK .iriKJK oK TIIK SlPKIJloU COlKT. in miil furllii<"ounty ..f Sanlji Ifcirkini. inn x|.ir»-.l 
lirm. viee U. It. ( iinlii Id. ap|H>inti'<i. 



ONK .iriXiK (W THE srPr.i;i<>i; corUT. iu ami fm- tilt' County of Sail I)itK'>. iinix|>iici| 



li ini. vic-t 



W", T. MrX.aly. ivsi>:iir.i. 



Foiri'Y STATK SKNATOKS T 



O IK- CUM 



tc.l as t'oll( 



111 I'acli >ciialorial 
ISS;!, Dill Si idilar. 



1 »i<lric-t. as dftiiK 



il and .l(si-ril)f<l Ipv Act of the I.ccislaturc, ai'|'i''>vc«l Maicli S, 



KKUrrV ASSKMr.lA'Mi:X— To \<v elected as follows: 

hi eai-li AsseniMy District, a^ detiued and dcMiihcd \<\ Act of the Lcj;i>latiiiv. appfoved Maivli i: 



iss:;, Oil' Axm inhl^ 



iliiiii II. 



And 1 do ii 



ill'er a itwaf 



oveiy i>ei-son violatili}; the jnovisi 



d of Ont' Hundred Dollars for the aiiest and conviction of any and 
ons of Title IV, Tait I. of the I'enal Code: such rewards tu he paid 



til the total amount herciifter expended for the j.urposc reaches the sum of Ten Thousand Dollar? 



/„ Tist 



iiii'iiHI 



Wlin-'iif. I. (ii-oKiiK SroxKMAN. (ioveriHir. have hereunto set 
hand and causc.l the (ireat Seal of the State to he atlixed. at 
this the fourteenth <lay of Septeiidier. 



the ( 'ity of Sacianieiito. on 

in the vear one thousand eii;ht hundred and eijility-six. 



Attest: 



GEORGE STONEMAN, 

Govei^nor. 



THOMAS L THOMPSON, Secretary or stale. 






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Filed in the Office of the 
Secretary of SUttt ihe....dl... 

By. 'Mjt:f/.M^.K P^.c^. 






PllOCLAMATTON. 

State of Caukoun.a, Execvt.ve Dkuaktment ) 
Sacuamknto, Murcli \->, vfi^i- \ 

Whfhkx'^ tW Legislature of the Stateof C.Iifornia.at it. twentj -seventh 
.e^r^hni,.g !^ the third day of .Ianu„ry. A. 1>. eighteen hundred 
^ Sh^seven tw., third, of all the n.en.he.s elected to each o he two 
t.Z of sai.l Le,i.lature voting in favor thereof, i-n.-osed he ollow.ng 
de'rihed an.endu.ent. to the Constitution oi the State of C ahforn.a, to 

^^^'' AMENDMENT NIMBER ONE. 

1 (• .1. . <*..(,. ni iiiicnilmriit to the Conrtitution of 
To proi«.e ^o^;-S^l;S•ti^'.. ""•'''-'"- lM.artn.ent. 



se.m,n. ror„n,.'nn,uj "''/(''^'^-'^ /'Ln, V'w-rf../ to ach of the two 

Ho..e>. of ..i,i ^;"';'"';-';;;;;f',^ ■' J'nStu^^Ji Li st.te, he 

(ions two and thrtc, <;/ ^' "" ' '■ "' 
amended «o ns to rmd 'ix JoUoun : 

Svtion 2. The Su,,re,neCcn.rt ^;''«/y';;i;^V: thi^h.'^'^HW al^^ 

eiuteJu.ti.pof.heS,M-;.;;;;;;;;r; '';;^' ; ^ ;^ ^Zm h. Jniee a« 

this :unen.ln.e,,t to »''' ' "'f ' ;\\';"^., ,' ;,, ..^ ,,f the t-rioMo which they 
J„„i..e. of the >"1-;-"" '''V ' ^Z*^^ i . '': , 1-t one of their nun.hcr to 
wen- r...i..ct.vcly elected. 1 h' .1 ' " .1 . . .,f Chief Justice of sai.l Court 

\- ^■'f^-'":;';:;;:;:: r "■ t u x,Lt i-Zni .-... of ti... chief ..ustice 

i;s;:::;S;:d;l^n::[:":;"::.^:-.-^;e -r.^ 

......action -.;'----, ^:^;. "'.:.::;,., Vw... ti. chi..f .iu..icc 

n..,j..ct,vcly. ,''l'=''^'7;, . J tioVto each de,mrtn.e„t. and such assign- 



2 

cotnpi'tcnt to sit in cithiT (li'j);irtiuciit, arul niay intpfchanjie wrtli each 
other liy ugrucment miioiip th(iiis«-Iv<'8 or as onlcrcd liy tlic Cliicf Justice. 
Eaeli of tlie (lej)artineiits shall iiave the jwwcr to liear atul ih'teriniiK! 
causes ami all ijUestions arising ttiereiii. suhjeet to the provisions herein- 
after ('ontained in relation to the t'ourt in liank. The jiresenee of three 
Justices shall he necessary to transact any liusiness in either of the 
dei)artnients, except such as may he done at chaniliers, and the con- 
currence of two Justi<'es shall he necessary to jironounce a ju<i);nient. 
Tile ("hii>f Justice shall apjiortion the husiness to the departments, and 
may. in his discretion, order any causi' i«'tidinji hefore the Court to he 
heard and decided hy the Court in hank. The order may he made l)efore 
or after ju<lf;ment pronounced hy a department: hut" where a cause 
has heen allottcil to one of the departments, and a judgment pro 
nounced thereon, the order must he made within tiiirty ilavs after such 
judgment, and concurred in hy two Ju.-tices. and if so niade'it siuill have 
the effect to vacate and Set aside the judgment. Any four Justices mav, 
either liefore or after judgment hy a department, order a <'ase to i>c 
heard in hank. If the order he not made within the time ahove limited, 
the juilgineiit shall hi final. No judgment hy a department siiall hecome 
final until the expiration of the period of tliirty days aforesaid, unless 
approvi«l hv the Chief Justice, in writing, witlith<- concurrence of two 
Justices. The Chief Justice may ci»nvene tile Court in l)ank at anv 
time, and shall l>e the pnsiding .Justice of the Court when so convenetl. 
TJie concurrence of four Justiics present at the argument shall lie 
neccHsary to pronounce a judgment in hank: hut if four Justices, so 
j)re.«ent. do not ciMicur in a judL'inent. then all the Ju.<tices .|ualifie.l to 
sit in the cause shall hear the argument; hut to nMider a judgment a con- 
currence of four Judges shall \><- necessary. In the determination of 
cau.ses all deci-ions of the Court in hank, or in departments, shall he given 
in writing, and the grounds of tlie decision shall he stan-d. The Chief 
Justice may sit in either department, and sliall i>reside when so sit- 
tin(f. hut the Justices assigtied to each de).artment shall select one of 
their numlxr as presiding Justic e. In casi' of the ahsence of the Chief 
Justice from the place at which the Court is held, or his inahiliiv to act, 
the Ass<K'iale Jnstici's shall ,-.lect one ()f their own numlMr to jierforin tlie 
fiuties and exercise the |iowers of the Cliief Justice during siicli ahsence 
or inahility to act. The Supreme Court Commis.iion. created l.v the 
Apt of the I>egislatnre approv. d Mardi twelflli. eiglite. n hundre.j' and 
eighty-five, sliall continue and Ik- a Sujwme Court Commission for four 
years aftir tlie adoption of thi> ainendment. Said Cotiimiosion mav Im> 
••ontinued for such tim<- ther.afier as may U- fixe<l hv an Ai-t pass«Mi hv a 
vote of two Ihinis of the elei-i.^l iiu-mlxrs of e.aeh lloiis.' of ilie I/giKlatun-, 
and ai>|(r<>v.i| hy the ( Jovernor. Tlii- nienihers then-of and Seretarv shall 
Im' np|iointed ns in said Ad pr..vid.-<l: and nuch Commissioner* sliall U- 
sul.ject to reiMoviil in lik- minner as Judges of the Snpremi- CcHirt. 
Said Commission shall have iIk> sanx- |«twer to hear and determine 
rnuses |i<isH'ss<d hy a dep.iriment of tin- Siipnuie C4Mirt and causes 
Miay !«■ assigmd to th<- Coiiitnis-ion in the same manner tlievari' assigne«| 
to a ile|tartin< lit. and after d<ei.,on llwv niav U- ophrt-il Iienr«l in hank in 
the same way. ami with liki hstrietiims as if de.idiil in il.'iKirtnient. 
TIm- jiiditnients of the Ci.iiiiiii..i,Hi shall !«• enteri.|| a^ tin- judgiiietits of 
til.' Cwin The ( oiiiniissiiHi .hall sit nt siieh time, mul phicec as mav ln> 
de.igiiiiN^i hy tli<' C.Nirt. hut •u'liConin -hnll imK exer^in-'aiiv 

judi. iai fmMii.Hjs fx.-.pt when asw-tiihhti . ..iititwitm. bikI Um'Ii tiwy 



shall iMily have jtower to hear and-di'lfrmiiir such i-auws asi may have 
heen at^sigiied to them. 

Section .?. The .ItistieeH of the Su]ireiiie Court i^hall tie elected hy the 
qualified electors of the State at larfie, at the general State elections, and 
the times and ])]ai'es at which State otliccrs are elected: and the term of 
otlice shall he twelve years from and after the first Monday after the first 
day of January next succeeding tiieir election. Three Justices shall he 
elected for the full ti-rm at the general State election held in eighteen hun- 
<lred and ninety: and at the general election held every fourth year there- 
after, two Justices shall he electccl for full terms of twelve years, except that 
ill every twelfth year thereafter, three Justices shall I'c elected for full 
terms. If the Chief Ju.stiee. or any Justice, heiomes piTnianetitly ilis'iuali- 
fied, either mentally or i)hysieally. to jHTt'orm the duties of his otlice, and 
such fact is certifietl to the (iovernor hy five Justices, one of whom may be 
the Chief Justice in ease of the disahility of a Justice, tin- otlice of such 
disi|ualified person hecdmes inniiediateiy vacant, and he shall he paid a 
retiring salary of two hundred and fifty (I'-Vi) dollars [xr month for the 
remainder of his term. If a vacancy exist or occur in the oHiee of a 
Justice, tlie (iovernor shall a]ipoint a (H-r.-^on to hold the otlice for the re- 
mainder of the unexpired term. 'I'lie (iovernor shall apjioint a Justice to 
hold otlice as Justice for the unexpired term of the late Chief Justice. 

AMENDMENT NIMBER TWO. 

To propo.se to the jx'ople of the .Stat<' an amemiment to the Constitution of 
the State, relative to the salaries of the Judiciary i )ei)artnient. 

Resnhrd. ThnI the Li'ijixhiiurv nf Ihf Sfiilf nj Califnnun . al lis regular »f»- 
i>inn, rommt'iirittfi itn Ihr Ihlnl day of .fniiinii-ti. A. I), fli/lilrfii hnnilred and 
I'iijhtij-xrn I}. Urn IhiriU nf all tiifiiihrrK rlrrird lo rarh of Ihr tiro Iloxixtx of 
I'liiil lA'ijiithitnrr rrtlimj in furor Oiirrof. hrn hi/ pro/tour thai mection xrrcnleen, 
of Ariirle \'I, of the i'onxlitiilinn of miid Sintr. he amended »() fl« to read ns 
folloim : 



S'<'tioii 17. The Justi<T.4 of the Supreme Court, and Judges of the 
Su|MTior Court, shall severally, at stateil times during their continuance in 
ollice. receiv"' for their services. e<tni|ii'iisalion which shall not !«• increase<l 
or diminished after tlieir election, nor during the term for whieh tliey 
fhall have U'en elected. The s:ilary of the Justices of the Supn'ine Court 
shall Im' paiij hy the State. ( >ni' half of the salary of each Su|H'rior Court 
Jmlge shall !«• |>aid hv the Slate: the iith( r half thenof shall 1m- naid hy 
the comity for whieli lie is elected. The annual salaries of the Justices 
of the Supreme Court shall !><• wven ihousnnd five hundn-d dollars 
{$'.'***) each, mid the Supreme Court Coiniiiissjoners si.x thousand 
(fCi.tmii) dollars each, rniil otherwise ehiinK'tl hy the l^'gislature. tlie 
Sii|i.'ri<>r Court Judges shall nn-eive an aiiiiua! salnry of three thousand 
linllars i-aeh. payahli- iiinnthly. i-xi-ept the Judges of tin- City and County 
of San Fnineiseo. and the Counlii-s of .Xlaineda. \/» Ang'lex. Santa Clam, 
Viiha and Sutt«T eomliiiied. SaiTahM-nlo. Ihitte. Nevada. San IHego. San 
UTiianhiio. Cojiisn. an<l Tehiuiia. wlio "li-dl n-teive live thiHiNind dollnn>, 
and the Jiidge« of the Countii's of Tiila.i'. .Montt-rey. .*<(Nioiiia. and San 
Jua<|Uili. *h.>ll n^')'i\t> Amr tlMMii>«nil dullarii each. 



AMENDMENT NUMBER THREE. 

haliitants. 

Ariirl/XI,oJ the L\m.r,ivtim nf ,nvl ^taU. h, ,n„r,nh:l .o ns fn,„uin, 
(la ;Vi//oic«; 



Section S. Anv city cimtaining a iwpu 



l:itii>ii of "I'll"'' '''•'" '""■ li"i"l';''l 



tliousmiil inlialiilaiits may Ir 



a charter for il.« own j: 



iriuuciit. c(insi.-t- 



liaiiil sulijcct totlif ('onstitutu)ii a 



cnt "It 

Roanl of liftccii frcclioklcrti. w 



1 laws cif tliis Stale, hy caiisiiij.' a 



lioHhallliavelieei,f..r at least live years cuiali 



ii,..'l electors tli.n of. tolie elected l.v tlie >\ 



litieil vot.Ts of siiih city, at any 



jleiieral or speel.i 



1 election, w 



•h election, to i.rei.are an.l iirojxisi' a charter lor 



hose tjutv it shall he. within ninety .lavs aft.'r 



he siuneil in (luplicate hy llie nicni 



tl 



leni. 



and returned, one co|iy tl» 



h city, whicii shall 

liters of such lioard. or a majority of 

tlielcof t<i the Mayor, or other chief executive 



otlicir o 
Such j)roj 
pill 
not 



if stuh citv, and the "other to the Recon 



"ler of lleeils of the county 



,sed charter shall then he laihlished in two daily naiHTs 



ral (irculation in such city, for 
ss tiian thirty 



least twintv day) 



•mil within 



in suen eu\, loi n i. ...-i "•■,"■•:,"•, ... i , ,i , 
lavs after such imhlication it shall he suhinltted to the 



litied elctorsof su.-h city, at a fieneral or s,K>cial ,leet..m. an. 



i.i if 



lajoritv of sui'h ijU 



alitie.1 .lictors v.i 



"tinj: th.'r.-at shall ratify the sain.', it 



:li..reaft.r he suhmittcl to the Eefiislature f..r its api-r.-val -r nj.'.-tioi. 



ii..ierwithout pow.T of ah. ration or am.n.lment an 



shall t 
as a w 

a niaj.>ritv vote.i 

cliarter ..f such city, or if su.li <-ity 1k'_ ei.ns. 
uf su.-li .'itv ami count 



il if a|i| 



ir.)Ve<l hy 



,f th.- niemh.rs .hcted to ea.h Ih.us.Mt shall h..,-..m.' tlio 

li<hit.-.l with a lounty. tlieii 



V. an.l shall lM-<'oliie th.' ..rjianii 



law th.reof. 



and sii)«'rsed.' any .•xi.-'tiiii; . 



harter. ami all ain.n 



iimnts thereof, aiul 



all S|)ei'ial laws inconsistent wi 



ter. CI 



•rtili 



i-d hv till- Mav.T, ..r chief exc.'Utiv.' o 



h such chart.r. A copy of su.-h .'har 



itlii-.r." anil aiith.nti- 



il. .1 hv the seal of such city, si'ttinj; 



f.irth th.' suhinission of such 



cliartiT tt> the elector?, an. 



l its ralilication hy tlnni. 



shall Ih' 



idi 



lui.li.ate. an.l .l.'|K)site.l. ..n.- in th.' ..Hie.' of th.' S'< 



■ntarv of Stato, 



the oth.r. aftiT lieinjj rec.n 



l.d in the oHicf of tin' U.'con 



li'V of Keeiln 



of tl 



lie .'ol 



mitv. anioii)( th.- ar.hives 



if the oitv. All f.Hirts shall takt- 



ju.li.'ial iioti.'i' t 



illll^rii^ III' III' III-' ■ , 1 I • * • •. 

hen-of. Th.' charter co ratili.-.l may h.' aiii.'ii.h .1 at intiT- 



vals of not l.'!>s than two y.ars. hy prol 



Is then for. siihinitted hy legin- 



aut 



horitv .'f the citv loth.' <|un 



lati 

I"* 

tlien-at. ami ii|ii>n>v. 



iiti. il v.it.rs tlpn-of. at a p-n.ra 



il or 



v.'auin.»rii\ .«i ui»- » i»» mini 'im- • ■ . 

,1,1 ,.|..,'iion h.'l.l at l.-ast i-ixtv .lavn afhr the |.uhh.'ati..ii of such j.n»- 

,N an.l raliti. .1 hv at 1. ast tl.r.r fifth*' of tlf .|ualil..'.I el.. t..rs voting 

-I hv th- I., nislature in* lienin |.r..vi.I.'.l for the appiX)- 



,.,1 „f II Imrt.r. In suhnntiiok' any *\\i\x charter, .ir iiiii.-ii.hneiit th.n-lu 

aiiy all. rnativ.' article or |.M|..-ili..n mnv U- |>n'wnle< * " 

the Voters, am 



1 for the t'lioice of 
,1 mav In- V.it..| ..n s.'|M.rat.'lV without l.nju.lice to othem. 

than U-n tlitHMMind aiid not 



Anv citv iiHitiiiniiig a |<<»|>ulati.>n of nion- 



more tlian onu hundred thousand inliahitants may frame a chartir 
for itH own government, consistciit with and sulijeet to tlie Constittition 
and hiwn of this Stat<', hy eausing a IJoard of fifteen freehohkTs, who 
shall have been for at least live years i|Ualified eleetors tliereof, to he 
eleited hy the nualilieil voters of said eity. at any general or speiiai elee- 
tion, whoso duty it shall he, within ninety days after sueli election, to pre- 
l)are and propose a charter for such city, which shall he signed in duplicat(> 
iiy the niemhers of such Board, or a majority of them, and returned, one 
copy thereof to the Mayor, or other diief exei-utive of s-ud eity, and the 
other to the Kecordi-r of the county. SikIi proiKJsed charter shall then lie 
])ul>lished in two daily pa]>ers of general circulation in such city, for at 
least twenty days; an<l tlie tirsi puhlii.ition shall he made within twenty 
days after the completion of the cljarter; and within not less than thirty 
davs after such puhlication it sliall lie suhmitted to the (|ualitied eleetors 
of said city, at a genera! or siHM-iai election, and if a majority of such 
ipialified electors voting thereat shall ratify the same, it shall thereafter he 
suhmitted to the Legislature for its apjimval or rejection as a whole, with- 
out ]iower of alteration or uniendnient, and if aj)pn)ve<l liy a majority 
vote of the memhers elected to eacii House it shall heeome the charter 
of such city and the organic law ihi'reof. and shall suixrsede any 
existing eliarter, and any amendments thereof, and all spHial laws incon- 
sistent with such charter. .\ eo|iy of such eliarter, certified hy the Mavor. 
or chief executive oiiicer. and autlienticated hy the .seal of such city, setting 
forth the suhmission of such charter to the electors, and its ratification hy 
them, shall. he made in <luplicate, and de]X)site<l. one in the olliee of the 
Se<retary of State, and tiie other, after heing recorded in said Hecorder's 
otiiee. sliall he deposited in the archives ot the city: and thereafter all 
Courts sliall take judicial notice of said charter. The charter so ratified 
mav lie amended, at intervals of not less than two years, hy propiisals 
therefor, suhmitted hy the legislative authority of the city to the cpialifitd 
eleetors thereof, at a'general or special election lield at lea.sf sixty days 
af'ter the puhlication of such projiosals. and ratified hy at hast three fifths 
of the ipialitied electors voting thereat, anil approveil hy the Legislature as 
heri'in provided for the approval of the charter. In suhmitting any such 
( harter. or amendment thento. atiy alternative article or i»ro|K)sitioti may 
h.- i)resentecl for the choice of tiie voters, and may be voted on separately 
without prejudice to others. 

Now, theri'fore. pursuant to tin- provisions of the Constitution and an 
Aet of the Legislature, etitilled -An Act to provide for the suhmission nf 
<ertain pro|»08<'d ameiiilinent.t to the Constitution of the State, hereinafter 
named, and which have Imiii pro|N»sed and adopted hy the Legislature of 
the State of California, at the st-ssii.n I egimiing .in January third, eight.-en 
Inindretl and ei(rhty-wven. to the .|ualitied votern of naid State, at a sineial 
ehMlion to 1m- ealK'd hy the (iovenmr for the twelfll^lay of April, eighteen 
hundrwl and eighty-tM ven," approval NLirch -/^, 1.SS7, the said amend- 



inicll<llllrtlts tUllul«TS 

nd til'- !':ill(its nscil :it 



ments aro submitted to be separately vott'il ii]Hm. by ballot, by tin- inialifitfl 
electors of thr Stati', on 

TUKSnAV, APRIL 1-', 1887. 

The waid anicndnuiits arc nspectively designated; 

"Aniendnient Number One." 

"Atiiendnient XunibiT Two." 

"Ameiidnieiit Number Three." 

And will, if adoiited. be ns|if<'tively desijiriatr^ 
four. five, and six. in th.' order ef their submission 
pueli election must contain the werds; 

"For the .\mcndmcnt Numbc- ')ne." 

"For the .\mcndment Nunilicr Two." 

•'For the Amendment NuuiIki- Three." 

Or the words; 

'"A^rainst the Ami'iidnient Niunlier < Ine." 

''Against thi- A nilinent Nuiiil>er Two." 

"Against the .\nMtiilment Niunber Three.'" 

Written or jirinted thereon. 

And till' i'.<p;irds of Supervisors of each of the resiHctive <-<)mities of the 
State are hereby directecl to ;i|i|K>int ollieers of election and ( ausi- the ]m)11s 
to be (i|penid. by iirixdaniation. on said 

TrKSliAY. APRIL 12, ix><7. 

At eaidi of tlie .leelion |.recinct;. of their resi>ective couniie>. imrsuant to 
the statutes i<{ the Stat'- in such cas<' made and providecl; said election to 
Ih> coiidu'licl. :ind the returns thereof duly certitied to the Seentary of 
State, at the Stale Capitol. Sacraniiiito. in like nmiuuT aj< is provided by 
law in til.- election of Slate otiicers (other than Coventor and Lieiitennnt- 
(iov<Tnor). 

And I do hereby otier a nward of one iiun-lred d..llar> for the arre^t and 
f«»nvietion of any and every |i.r-.>n violating any of tlie provisions of Title 
IV, Part I. of tlie penal Cole sneh nwanlK to !«• paid until the total 
amount ix|" nded hereafter for tlie pur|K)w n-nehes tli>- sum of ten thou- 
sand dollars. 

Witiiew my hand and the gnat w-al of the State the day and v<-a r (irct 

written. /?,tjA<^ • ^^^ ^M xlAdC. 

fSfal.l »ioveni<»r. 

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AMENDMKNT M MI'.KU TIlltKK. 

A Itr-uhllioM tu pfo|«Wim .■llllrlMillirm I.. S.M-t iu,l ,-ij:llt . nf Al'ti.-lr XI of 

t u- ( o.isimitiMi, .,f the St;,f ,.f CaliC.niia. nhitinc to thr tramiiiL' of a 

.•l.art(Tlor.itir..ot i„or.. tli; !,.• inm.ln.l tliousaiwl ii.hal.itants aiul 

tor ••iticH of ov.- 1,11 tlioiisan.l aii.l l.ss than on,- hMiHln-.l tlioiwaii.'l in- 
lialiitaiit.-'. 

_ HemAv,:]. Thn> ih,- /...n^hHurr of llic Si,,!,' nf Cillf,,,;,!,! . „t /»« ,•,,,«/„,„,- 
"in,,. <•„„,„„■„.■,,„, „„ tl„- ll,;,;l ,1,,,, „f ./„„„„,;,. n,,l,i,,„ h„n,hr.l „,„l ,i,,Ut„. 
»rn, l,n, ll„,:U of „ll th,' ,nn„l.,r.-< ,t.;-l,-,l l.,,„,-l, „f ,l„ ,,r„ l/„i,.,„,,f 

'","■ ,T-, '"'•"■'. '"'""' '" ''""'"■ ""'•'■".'■• '"■'•'■''.V /"•"/«.«• Il,<,l H,rlio„ ,;,,l,l of 
.IrlKh A/, nj th,' C,,,,,!,!,,!!,,,, of xii.t Sl„l.. I.,- „m.„,U.I „, „v /„ r,,„l ,is 

S..Hion ,s Any rily .ontainintr a |K>|>nIatioii of njorr il.an on.- I.un.lr..il 
thonsan.1 in .al.ilant!< may tram., a 'liart.r f..r i... own ,:.,v.rnm.nf. .onMWt- 
.1.1 "itlian.l ^ul.j.vl L.tli.- (•onr.tiluti..n an.l law> of tin.. Stal.-. I.v .auWi.tf a 

U.ar. ..I hll.-.-nlr..l.ol.l.rs. who ^l.all lmv.lM-,n for at l.aM tiv- Cvar- ouali- 
Ji..l.-l..tor!.th.;r._o( io)H.,.|.,t..| l.y tli.-.,ualili..i vol.rx of siu h.itv atanv 
pn.rai..r>.|N-,-ial.l..iion. wh..>- . Inly it Kl.aJI U.. within niti.-tv .hiv- aft.V 
HU. I. .•l....,oi» ti. |.r.|.ap_an.| pro,.^,. a .hart.r for mi. h .itv.'wlii.-h xliall 

M' -.„in,^I ,n .l.i,,li,a|.- l.y tli- ,„. ml-r. ,,f hi. h l^oanl. ora majorilv of 
t 1.11.. »,,,] nturm-.!. ..,,. ,o,.y th. p of t..i|,.. Mavor. ..r oth.r ,l.i..f,x..ciitiv.. 
olh.^. r of 1..11I, .-ity. an.l th.- ..il.. r t.. tl,.' U.-.or.|..r of m,-.|. ..f t|,.. rdiiutv 
S„. I. i.rop.«M| rl.art.r .hall ll„ n U- ,.,.l.li.l.. .| in two ,|„i|, .^n^n. „( 
K.i..rnl .iiruUti.... in mi. h .Hy. f..r a l.-aM Iw. ntv .lav. i.n.l within 
f...t I.'., thnn thirty .lay. aft. ri.i..l, |Mil.li, ati.m it .hall l» Mihi.titl.-.! to tli.- 
.|..nl.l,...| r|...^or. ,.f .„.}, .it, .i ., ,,..,„.r„| „r .,,Hial . I.tH.m, an.l if 1 



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AMENDMENT NIMI'.KIi TIIIIEE. 

A H.'solution to |.r()|»,.s.' ;in niii.-iid nt t.. sr,ti..ii .'iu'lit ..t' Vrtirlr XI ,.f 

th.' Coiisiituti..!, of tlif SiMt.' of ( aliforniii. r-liitii.j; to i|.,- fnin.iiii: oi* a 
<;li;irt.Tt..r<iti.'s.>f iii(,r-il,,.,„ .„„. ||i,,„lrv.l tl,..iisni.l ii,hal.it,ii.t« aii.I 
orcitirs..! ..vvr t.ii tliwisaii.i ;n,.| l-ss tli.ii. on,. h.m.lnMl tlioiism.'l in- 
lialiitaiii.s. 

_ RrmArr,}. Tl.oi Ihr /.,,„V„/„,r of Ih.- St„l,- „f C.ilif,,,;,;,,.,,! iu i;<,„l„r »a. 
oinn. nmuiinn,,;, on th, ,l,i,:l ,1,,,, „f ./„,„n,n,. n.,l,i,.„ h>n„l,r,l „,i.l n„hl„. 
"'■':'■,"•, '"■'.', "'""''" '!' "" ""■ '"""/»,> ,W,,,I l„ n,rh of tl„- l,n, /A,„;,^ of 
""," ■ ,•('-, ";""',' '""""■' '" ''"■'"■ ""■'•"!'■. '"■'•'•''.'/ /"•../«,«■ Il.nl »rtio„ rhihl of 
Arhcl, M, of tlir <'o„Hl,lol!n„ of ^,,1,1 Slat., /,, „m,i„M «, „, lo mid »„ 
Jolloict: 

S,.,-li,m ,S Any ••ity .-oiitainiiiv' .i l-.|"ilntioii of tijoro tl.ai. oi..' luin-in-.I 

th..Msa„.l 111 .alMlants may In a .fKirt-r for it^ on,, n„v.rni...Mt. .....sist- 

"il ",.•■■!•.•"'''■''!'",'!'"■ '■""^'i""'"" ">"l li>«>of tl,i^Stat...l,v.-aiisii,Ka 

U.ar. ot l,lt. ..„ tr,. hol.l.rs. « ho -hall havU.,, for at l.a.M tiv v.-ar. .,„ali- 
lH-.l.-l.|t..rslh.n.,t. I..U-,l,.,t.,l l.vth.-.|,iali(i.,i vot.r,< of .-.i.h'.itv at mv 
>r.i..ra or H|Hnal.l... ti„„. wh....- .fut.v it .-hall Iw. withii, „i„,.tv .lavs aft.V 
MirU>.U;-.»». :„ |,r..|.an' aiMl |.n.|.«.. a .hart.r for sii.l. .ilv.whjrh shall 

H' ki«„,m| ,n ,|„,,i,..at.. l.y Ih- i...i„l-rs of .„. I, |>«K,r.|. or"a ii.aioritv of 
ll..;ii.. an.1 r.(,ir„..l. o,,.. .opy ih. r- of totj,,. Mavor. or oth.r .•|,i,.f.■x.•«litiv.• 
oM..•.•^ ot sii.l, rity. aii.l ihr oth-r to th- U nl.r of |»....,|« „f th- .dkiitv 

M.-h t>T<Y>^-il .hart-r shall th-„ U- |.„l.lish-.| i„ two .hnlv imfn. of 
tr-n-ral -inulatio,, ,„ ,„-!, -jty. f„r „ |.,,sl tw-„tv -lavs a„.| Vitl.in 
i.ot h.ss h„n thirty -lays aft-r,..i,h p.il.li-atioi, it ,hal| Is. ;„l.,„iit„| ,„ |h,. 
• |llnlitH-.| vU,tt,Tf of sti-h .-ity »f a ir-„..rr,l or .[..ial . 1. . fioi, ,„.| if , 



iiiiijiirily of such cniMliti.d 



hIimII 



lliircaftcr li 



"li'ctors vutiiiv IIhi 



Iti-(l to til.' I.fJ.'i.-l;it 



■I'lit 



SIS ji hIioIc, without |M.w.r ofaltcral 



lire for it 



.^Jl 



itifv tlic same, it 



ijni )V! 



ir rcj(<-tion 



loii or aiiHii.liiuTit: and if apjproVrd hv 



a innjontv vot.uf ih.- .n..|„h,.r< ,l...t,.,l to rarh IIoms- it -hall 
.■l.art.r ot sikIi ,-itv, or if s.iich .itv I 



of sinli <it 



iitnl 
ill 



y ami coDiitv. ami fhjill 



SU|K 

•|M'cial 



rsi'di 



any cxistinj: charter, and all 



loiisolidatcd with a 
'icoinc the or^ranic law thereof 



eotiie til 

conntv, then 



tcr. certified hv the Mavor 



consistent with such 



eatvd l.y the seal of such city, setting forth tl.. 

ikI its ratitication l.v tl 



iiicndinents thereof, and 
. , ■■ A copv of such char 

or chiet executive otlicer. an.l autlu'nti 



a 
i.-irter. 



harter to tl 



■lect. 



nplicate. an<l de|H.site,I. o,,,. in the olii 
other, after hcing recorded in the oni( . 
the county, among tlie archives of the cif\ 



of tl _ ^ _ 

judicial noti('e lliereof! The chart 

vals of not lcj!s t 

lat 



■r so ratified mav 
lan two years. Itv ])ro|Hi.s;ils tlienlor 
1" th.' city to the iiualified voters the 



ve aiilliority of tlu' citv to tl 



is|).-cial election he], I ;,t lehst sixtv <1 



suhinission of such 
leni. shall he made 
'ccretarv of State, 
'f tll^Ilecorder ,)f |><.,.dH 
k<'ourts shall take 
nended at inter- 
mitted liy legis- 
at a general or 




}K>Hals, and ratitied l,y at least tl 



nvs after the iiul>li(»ation of such [ 



thi 



reat. a!id ajijiroved hv the Ix'gisI 



iree fifths of th 



'inalified electors voting 



val of the el 



• harter. In .siihmitt 



tl 



my alternative articl 



■gislature as herein j.roviiled for the aiii 
ing any such charter, or 



;uneiidnienttlieret( 



le Voters, 



Ai 



and Uiav 



IV citv 



voted on St 



position may he presented for the cl 



parately without prejudice to oth 
rTr!:^J^^"t^' Vf.'r'?^.tl>anten thousand and 



more than one hundre.l thousand itdial 
own goyernuK'nt. <'onsistent with and" 



for it 
and la 
shall h 

elected 



•itants mav fn 



not 
line a charter 



of t! 
■e heen for at lej'ist five v. , 
y the >|ualifieil voters of said 



ject to the Constitut 



tatc, hy causing a Bo.ard of'liftcer, freehold 



ion 



tion. whu.se duty it shall h... within 

Jiarc and propose a chart.r for such citv, whi.'h sh 



;irs <|ualitie.i electors thereof, t 
eity. at any gem-ral or s|H'cial 



wh( 



ninctv davs after s 



■uch 



el,.,-t: 



hv tl 



on. to pre- 



le menihers of such Hoard, or 



copy thereof to the M 
other to the IJeeordi 



majority of them, and rt 



tied ill duplicate 



puhlish^ 



••I 



lyor. or other chief executive of s-fid 
of tl 



turned, one 



city, ami the 



in twi 



er of the county. .Such proiK>s,d <-hart.T shall then be 



least tweiitv davs: 



ilav; 
d 



after the 



>apers of genenil (-ireiilation ii. 
the tirst iml.lication shall he m,ad 



such citv. for at 



ays after such piil 



idiiipletion of the charter 



witl 



iin twentv 



ind within not less than t 



lirtv 



of said citv. at 



li'-Mtion it shain,e suhmitted to the ,|ualitied ..l^^oli 



lualific 



I general or Sjiecial elect 



niitted to the I 



ectors voting thereat shall ratifv tl 



ion. an 



I if 



a majoritv of such 



.'islat 



out jxiw.r of alterat 

vote of tlie niemliers elected 



lire for its ai)|)roval or reji'ct 



le .same, it shall thereafter be 



ion a.s a whol 



ion or amendment, and if approved i 



ith- 



to each IIou.sc it shall b 



such city and tl 
•'.xisting cliarter.and any anun.lment.s'tii.'.reof a,','d' 
sistent with such el 



•y a majoritv 
th. 



le organic law thereof, and shall suix-rsed 



or chief 

forth tl 

them, sh.-ill he mad 

Scretarv of Stat< 



larter. A copy of such charter, certified hv tl 



xecutiv otlicer. and authenticate.! hv th<. s.^al <,f -u.-l 
-iiipimssion of such charter to the ef 



larter 

any 

■|M'cial laws incoii- 

y till' Mavor. 



le in ( 



luplicate. and <lc(H)sited 



1 citv. .setting 
■ctors. anil its ratification hv 



ice. shall be de|«isiteil 



ind the other, after I 



Courts shall 



th 



>eing recorded 



• in the otli( 



in sai( 



le archives of the citv: and tl 



1 Hi 



of thl 
■orde 



r's 



11 V I 



take judicial notice of said <harter. The '< 1 



"• ainendeil. at intervals of not less tl 



therefor, submitted bv the legi.slative autl 
electors thereof, at 



laii two vears. 



horilv o 



if th 



lereafter all 

larter so ratitie<i 

y projposals 



ity to the (|ualificd 



after tl 
of thi 



1 general or .sjx-cial election held .it'least si.xtv <] 



e piiblic.ation of such pro|K)sals. and ratified 



jiLilified ele, tors voting thereat, and 



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J'acra'Aiento, August 7, 1888. 
S'he sad tidings have been received announcing the stidden though not 
unlooked for death of 



FHILZF H. SHEHIDAU, 

9eneral of the Ar.ny of the %nited States, on funday, Migust 5, 1888, 
and the people of California, in comr.ion with those xvho admire a brave 
record, courageous action, a life of good deeds and er.iinent service in behalf 
of one's country^ unite in an expression of sincere and heartfelt sorrow at 
his demise, and exter.d to his afflicted family such words, which, while 
they may not assuage the grief of their great loss, xi^ill testify to them, that 
the jJation is in unison in bearing grateful rem.embrance of the unsullied 
life, and untarnished honor, as a man and a soldier, of the husband and 
father. 

Shercfore, in respect to his memory, the offlces of the jHaie 9overnrdent 
will be closed on Axturday, August 11, 1S88, throughout ike day, and y 
respectfully request that tJie people generally will lay aside all business 
during the day mentioned, as a tribute to which his meritorious career is 
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Executive PEPAKtMENT ( Sa. KAMENTo. .\u-ust lO. iSSS. 

To ill! to II ham fit car PnHciih aluiU (f'onie. (Ttrrrtinfi: 

Hv virtue of the authority in nic vested by the Constitution and laws of this State, I herein ..[.point 

sp::ptbmber o th, isss. 

•\s a le-ai liolidav, f..r the purpose of givint; the people an opportunity to properly celebrate the admission of 
Cilif<.rnia into the Union, in accordance with their expressed desire that the day should thus be reco-ni/.ed. 
As the ninth of Septemlx-r this year falls on .Sunday, the day following, M..N..AV, Si:nKMIu;u lOth. .888, 
will be the one to be appropriate!)- observed. 

Inlhu, makingthedava holiday, it will not be inappropriate f..r me to say that of all the days m the 
sear not one should be dearer to the heart of every inhabitant ..f California than that uhich marked her 
admission into the sisterhood of States. 

Business pursuits, the strife for place and power, the struggle in the battle of life for prom<.tion, >ai,rem.icy 
and fortune, should not entirel>- obliterate the sentiment of State pride and affection, for in my judgment the 
highe.^l sentiment that a community can express is gratitude for those endowments which cntribute to hap]..- 
„e"s, contentment, and prosperity, and give> those interested an enviable position bef..re the pcple of the 

world. 

This holiday, which, bv virtue ..f the authority vested in me by the Constitution I am empowered t.^appomt. 
is entirelv in consonance with mv ..wn views. I believe, and fully s... in thus commemorating the most marked 
era in the historv of the State, giving «s, as it did. the grandest and i>roudest heritage th.at ever fell to the lot of 
man hn ing the' foundation of a structure which, as the vears are numbered, approaches a conditio,, that will 
eventua'te in building up an Empire on this western confine of our belove.i country th.it will be as a cloud by 
da>- and a pillar ..f t^re by night, giving token o{ our fealty, loyalt\-. and devotion, as a people, tr. AMI Kh a. her 
flag, her institutions, and her destiny. 

"" The request to make this day a holiday, and for the purpose indicated, came with force and an earnest and 
p.,tri..tic feeling from the "Native -Sons of the (lolden West." an organization peculiarly Californian in its 
natme and tendencies, and being so generall.v and generously sustained by ,dl cla-se< of our .iti/e,,.. become, 
(loubK- enhanced to the number- thereof, as well as to myself 

l' might close this p;q.er with. Hit anything further than th..se nece>sary details that contribute lo give it 
force and \italit>-, but in connection I ma>- be pardoned f.-r adding a few w.^-ds in obedience f. a commendable 
State pride that' actuates me at this time. Other States li.ive their n;.tal days which doubtless arc appropriately 
rea-niml but in mv humble opinion no other State in the Union i^more justified in expressing pride and 
gratWication in what she has alre.tdy done: rejoicing wth exceeding gladness in iur pre-ent. and looking for- 
ward to a glorious realization in her future, than California. 

No peoiile on the face of the earth are more susceptible of self-govermnent than those ..f Californi.i. There 
are none m..re libertv-loving. loyal. ..r patriotic. Ours is a State that is thoroughly and completely self-sust.iin- 
in-r There is not a fo.it ..f land within her lx.rders that cannot l>e utilized for the iK-nefit of the people. 1 ler 
ed'icational facilities are i>eerle,s. I ler pre-s her judiciar.v. her schools, her pulpits, her artisan, .md mechanics, 
aul her business men. are .m honor, in either of the cap.icities under which they have enlisted and to which 

reference is made in this. • -• ir 

In no other .Stale in the Union is lalH-r more dignified, or honored, or compe-nsated. than in California; 
for lo-das the authenticated returns go to prove that there is on deposit in the Sax ings Hanks upw.,rds of 
$80000000 oa This vast sun. is the property of the working and l.d>oring classes, and do^s not come in 
coirnKti'tion or comparison with tho,e whose business interests induce them to seek the accommodation of com- 
merci.d bank. In no other .State in the Union are there more homesteads paid frhy the effort, of ho.ust 
laN>r. than in California, uhere the one who has worked ..t tl>e iKnch, dug in the trenchesof m\\.v 
Assisted to rear the m..gnificent Iniildings xvhich Uautify .ind adorn the- State, or engaged in wh . 
i.r ph>Mcal labor th.it h.., distinguishes! hi* day', filing, can. after his ta^k i;. cmled. wend his way to h., 
homcl and rest himself for the recurrinK' day of uwk and \a\mv, under hi* o«n "vine and fig tree. 

.\nd so I might go on and enumerate countUss reason, for D t<. W pursued in the m.itter which 

call, thi* into re.iiii^ition. but I will conclude by ^ymg th... he. -n \s without siK-ck or blemish, and 

,H, child »w.ni ..f-.n her *..i! i^ e-ndowi-d with a prkvlcM Icu^cy in birthplace. Thcrcfr^e it i" right and i>n»iK< 



wdrl 



will l)c tlic ''IK- ti> L>c .ii)i)roi)n,iKi\- wD-LiMii. 

In thus making llic ilay a lu.liday, it will not be inappropriate fur me to say that of all llic days in the 
war not one should be dearer to the heart of every inhaliitant of California than th.it which marked her 
admission into the sisterhooil of States. 

Hiisiness pmsuits. the strife for place and power, the strug-Ie in the l)atlle of life for promotion, supremacy 
and fortune, sliould not entirely obliterate the sentiment of State jiride and affection, for in ni\- judgment the 
iiighest sentiment that a communit\- can express is gratitude for those endowments wliicli contribute to hajjpi- 
ness. CMitentmeut. .md prosperity, .md gives tho.se interested an envi.ible p<isition before the people of the 

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This holiday, which, b\- virtue of the authority vested in me by the L ••nstilution 1 am emi>owered toap|)oint, 
is entirely in consonance with ni> ..«n views. I believe, and fully so. in thus coinmemMniting the most marked 
era in the history of the State, giving us, as it did, the grandest and proudest heritage that ever fell to the lot of 
ni.in. l.i\ ing the found.itiMU of a structure which, as the years are nrnnbered, ap])roaches a condition that will 
eventuate in building up an l-.nipire on this western confine of our belovecl country that will l>e as a cloud by 
,la\- and a pillar of fire by night, giving token of our fealty, loyalty, and devotion, as a people, to AMI.kU A. her 
flag, her institutions, and her de--tin_\-. 

The request to make this tla\- a holida\-, and for the purpose indic.ited, came with fi.rLv .ind .m earnot and 
patriotic feeling from the "Native S»tis of the Golden West." an org.niiAUion peculiarly Califoruiau, iiLitS., 
nature and tendencies, and being s,, gener.ilK' and generously sustained by ,ill cl.isses ..f our citizens, becomes 
(liiul)i\ enhanced to the members thereof, as well as to m\self 

1 niight close this paper without anything further than those ne.-c-.ir>- details that contribute to give it 
force and vitality, but in connection I may be pardone<l fi.r adding a feu words in obedience to a commendable 
St.ite \n\dc that actuates me at thi> time. ( )ther States have their nat.il days which doubtless are appropriately 
rec.gni/.ed, but in my humble ..pinion no <.ther State in the Union is' more justified in expressing pride and 
gralHkation in what she has .dre.idy done; rejoicing with exceeding gl:idness in her present, .md looking for- 
w.ud to a glorious realization in lu r future, than California. 

.\<, people on the face of the earth are more susceptible of self-g..\eniment than those ><{ California. There 
are none more liberty-loving, h.yal. or patriotic. Ours is a State that is thoroughly and completely self-sustain- 
ing. There is not a foot of land uithin her borders that cniiiot be utilized for the benefit >'( the people. Her 
eiUicational facilities are peerles-,. I ler jiress. her judiciary, her scho.ils, her pulpits, her artisans and mechanics, 
and lier business men, are an h.mor, ii, either of the cap.icities under which they have enlisted and to which 
reference is made in this. 

In no other State in the L'nion is labor more dignified, or honored, or compensated, than in Calitornia ; 
for tu-da>- the authentic.itetl returns g,j to prove that there is on deposit in the Savings Hanks upwards of 
$.So,ooo.(X)0 oo. This vast sum is the property of the working and laboring classes, and does not come in 
conipel.ti..n or comparison with those whose business interests induce them to seek the accomm.Kiation of com- 
mercial banks. In no other State in the Uni<Mi are there more home-teads /,?;</ /.'/- by the efforts of honest 
labor, than in C.ilifornia. where the one who has worked at the bench, dug in the trenches of advancing progres.s. 
assisted to rear the magnificent buildings which beautify and .ulorn the State, or engaged in whatever manual 
i,r phvsical labor that has distinguished his days calling, can. after his task is ended, wend his way to his <>:.•;/ 
home! and rest himself for the recurring day of work and l.djor under his ,.wn "vine and Cv^ tree.' 

.\nd so I might go on and enumerate countless reasons f.>r the course to be pursued in the m.itter which 
•calls this into re-iuisition; but I will conclude by saying that her escutcheon is without speck or blemish, and 
the child born upon her s.iil is endowed with a priceless legacy in birthplace. Therefore it is right and proper 
th.if we should celebr.ite the d.iy which gave California birth, and with such appropriate and impressive ceremo- 
nies .IS will live forexer in the menior.v of tho.se participating. .\nd no oHficial act of mine, since exercising tlte 
power vested in me, has aftV.rded me more heartfelt pleasure and satisfiction than the issuance of tin- I'locla- 

mation. 

Jtii \Vitiit'i.'i Kl'hcreof. 1 h.ue hereunto set m>- hand and caused 

the Great Seal of the State to be hereto affixed, this the 

tenth dav of Augu.st. in the year of our Lord one thousand 

eight hundred and eighty-eight. 



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Hv virtue i)f the ;uithoiit>- in nic \cstcd by tlic Cniistitutioii and laws of tlii> State, I licicby appoint 

SEPTEJvIBER Oth, 1888, 

As a legal liolida)', for the purpose of givinj,' tlie people an oppt)rtunit>- to ])ro|5erl\' celebrate the admission of 
California into tjie Union, in accordance with their expressed desire that tlie'ilaj- should thus be recognized. 
As the ninth of September this year falls on Sunday, tlie day following. Mii\l>AV. SlJ'TKMIiKR lOth, 1888, 
will be the one to be appropriately observed. 

In thus making the day a holidav, it will not be inappropriate for nic to sa\- that of all the da\'s in the 
year not one should be dearer to the heart of every inhabitant of California than that which marked her 
admission into the sisterhood of States. 

Husiness pursuits, the strife for place and power, the struggle in the battle of life for promotion, supremacy 
and fi>rtune, should not entirely- obliterate the sentiment of State pride and affection, for in mj' judgment the 
highest sentiment that a community can express is gratitude for those endowments which contribute to happi- 
ness, contentment, and prosperit\-. ,ind gi\es those interested an enviable position before the people of the 
world. 

This holida)-, which, b\- virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution 1 am emp(jwered to appoint, 
is entirely in consonance with my own views. I believe, and fully so, in thus commemorating the most marked 
era in the historv- of the .'>tate, giving us, as it did, the grandest and proudest heritage that e\er fell to the lot of 
man, laying the foundation of a structure wiiich, as the \-ears are numbered, approaches a condition that will 
eventuate in building up an Em])ire on this western confine of our beloveti countr\- that will be as a cloud by 
day and a pillar of fire by night, giving token of our fealtv, loyaltw and devotion, as a jx'ople, to Amkkha, her 
flag, her institution.s, and her destiny. 

The request to make this day a holiday, and for the purpose indicated, came with force and an earnest and 
patriotic feeling from the "Native Sons of the (lolden West," an organization peculiarly Californian in its 
nature and tendencies, and being so generally and generously sustained bv all classes of our citizens, becomes 
doubly enhanced to the members thereof, as well as to nnself. 

I nnght close this paper without an\ tiling further than those necessary details that contribute to give it 
ffirce and vitality, but in connection I ma\- be pardnned for adding a few words in obedience to a commendable 
State pride that actuates me at this time. ( )ther Stati.s have their natal days w hich doubtless are appropriatel.v 
recognized, but in m\- humble opinion no other .State in the L'nion is more ju--tified in exi)ressiiig pride and 
gratification in what she lias already done: rejoicing with exceeding gladness in her pre.sent, and looking for- 
ward to a glorious realization in her future, than California. 

No people on the face of the earth are more susceptible of self-government than those of California. There 
.ire none more liberty-loving, loyal, or patriotic. Ours is a .State that is thoroughly and completeK' self-sustain- 
ing. There is not a foot of land within her borders that cannot be utilized for the benefit of the people. Her 
educational facilities arc peerless. Her pres.s, her judiciarv, her schools, her pulpits, her artisans and mechanics, 
anel her business men, are an honor, in either of the capacities under which they have enlisted and to which 
reference is made in this. 

In no other .State in the Union is labor more dignified, or honored, or compensated, than in California; 
for ti'-day the authenticated returns go to prove that there is on deposit in the Savings Hanks ujnvards of 
$8o,cxx),000 00. This vast sum is the property of the working and laboring classes, ami does not coTue in 
comjK-tition or compari.son with those whose business interests induce them to seek the accommodation of com- 
mercial banks. In no other State in the L'nion are there more homesteads /Vf/V/ /.t by the efforts of honest 
labor, than in California, where the one who h.is worked at the bench, dug in the trenches of advancing progress, 
assisted to rear the magnificent buildings which iK-autif)' and adorn the State, or engaged in \\hate\er manual 
or physical labor that has di.stinguishcd his day's calling, can. after his task is ended, wend liis way to his oZi-n 
home, and rest himself for the recurring day f>f work and labor under his own "vine and fig tree." 

And so I might go on ant! enumerate countless reasons for the course to be pursued in the matter which 
calls this into requisition; but I will conchule by saying that her escutcheon is without speck or blemish, and 
the child iKirn upon her soil is endowed with a priceless legac\- in birtli[)lace. Therefore it is right .iiul |)ro])er 
that we should celebrate the day which gave California birth, and with such appropriate and impressive ceremo- 
nies a!t wjii live fom'cr in the mcmor)- ai those participating. And no oiiiciai act of mine, since exercising the 
jMnvcr vestrti ui n^, ha-" afforded me more heartfelt pleasure and satisfaction than the issuance <»f this pnicla- 



In thus m.ikiny ihc day a l.oliday, it will not be inapprnpn.Uc t-r nir u. >..\ ili.it of au Uk- day: 
year not one should be d.'arer to the heart of every inhabitant of California than that which marked her 
admission into the sisterhood of States. 

Business pursuits, the strife for place and power, the >truy-le in the battle of life for promotion, supremacv 
and f..rtune. sh.nild not entirel>- obliterate the sentiment of State pride and affection, for in mj- jud-ment the 
highest sentiment that a community can express is gratitude for those endowments which contribute to hai)pi- 
ne'ss. contentment, and prosperity, and i,Mves those interested an en\iable position before the people of the 

world. 

This holiday, which, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution I am empowered to appomt, 
is entireh- in con.sonance with m.v own \iews. I believe, and fully so. in thus commemoratin.i: the most marked 
er.i in the history^ of the State, giving' us. as it did. the grandest and proudest heritage that ever fell to the lot f)f 
man, laying the' foundation of a structure which, as the years are numbered, approaches a condition that will 
eventuate in building up an Umpire on this western confine of our beloved country that will be as a cloud In- 
day and a pillar of fire bj- night, giving token of our fealty, loxalt.v, and devotion, as a people, to .'\Ml-.KI.-.\, her 
flag, her institutions, and her destiny. 

The request to make this day a holiday, and for the purpose indicated, came with force and an earnest and 
patriotic feeling from the "Native Sons of the C.olden West." an organization peculiarly Californian in its 
nature and tendencies, and being so generally and generously sustained by all classes of our citizens, becomes 
doubly enhanced to the members thereof, as well as to myself. 

I niight close this paper without anything further than those necessary details that contribute to give it 
force and"\ itality, but in connection I ma\- be par.loned for adding a few words in obedience to a commendable 
State pride that actuates me at this time. ( Hher States have their natal days which doubtless are appropriateh- 
recognized, but in my humble opinion no other Slate in the Union is more justified in expressing pride and 
gratmcation in what she has already done; rejoicing with exceeding gladness in her present, .md looking for- 
ward to a glorious realization in her future, than California. 

No people on the face of the earth are more susceptible of self-government than tho.se of California. There 
are none more lilx:rt,v-loving. loyal, or patriotic. Ours is a State that is thoroughly and completel)- self-sustain- 
in''. There is not a foot of land within her borders that cannot be utilized for the benefit of the people. Her 
ed'iicational facilities arc peerless. Her press, her judiciary, her schools, her pulpits, her artisans and mechanics. 
and her business men. are an honor, in either of the capacities under which the>- have enlisted and to which 

reference is made in this. 

In no other State in the Union is labor more dignified, or honored, or compensated, th.in in California; 
for t.vday the authenticated returns go to prove that there is on deposit in the Savings Banks upwards of 
$So,ooo.ooo oo. This vast sum is the property of the working and laboring classes, and does not come in 
competition or comparison with those wh-.se business interests induce them to seek the accommodation of com- 
mercial banks. In no other Stale in the Union .ire there more homesteads paid for by the efforts of honest 
labor, than in Calif, .rnia. where the one who has worked at the bench, dug in the trenches of .idvancing progress, 
assisted to rear the magnificent buildings which beautif)- and adorn the State, or engaged in whatever manual 
or physical labor that has distinguished his day's calling, can. after his task is ended, wend his way to his ,-:.•// 
home, and rest himself for the recurring day of work and labor under his own "vine .uid fig tree." 

And so I might go on and enumerate countless reasons for the course to be pursued in the matter which 
calls this into reipiisition; but 1 will conclude by saying that her escutcheon is without speck or blemish, and 
the child born upon her .soil is endowed with a priceless Iegac\- in birth])lace. Therefore it is right .md proper 
that we should celebr.ite the day which gave California birth, and with such appropriate and impressive cerenvi- 
nies as will live forever in the memory of those participating. And no official act of mine, since exercising the 
power vestj.-d (U n^'. has afforded me more heartfelt pleasure and satisfaction than the issuance of this procl.i- 

maUpii _ 

^n \yitntHS ^'lirrrof, I h.ive hereunto set ni>- hand and caused 

the Great Seal of the State to be hereto affixed, this the 
tenth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and eighty-eight. 







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KLHCTION PROCLAMATION. 



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State op' Cai.ikoknia, > 
J^xKciTn E Department. i 

X()ti(,-L' is liorchy givi'ii that a gonenil eli-etioii will be licld 
tlirouj;li(nit tlic S'tato of Califoniia on Tuesday, the sixth ilay 
of Noveiuiier, A. 1). 1.S8.S, when the following officers will be 
eleeted, viz.: 

Eight Electors of President and Vice-President of tiie 
United States. 

Six Ifeiire.sentatives to the Congress of the United States, 
to be elected from tiie following districts: 

1. From the First Congressional District, comprising the 
(ounties of Del Nt>rte. Iliiniljoldi, Trinity. Siskiyovi. Shasta. 
Modoc. J>a.ssen. J'lunias, .Sierra, Tehama, Colusa, .Mendocino. 
J^ake. .Sonoma, and Naiia. one ileprescntative. 

2. From the Second Congressional District, coni]irising the 
Counties of ISutte, Sutter. Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado. 
.Vmador, • alaveras, ."'an .Joaijuin, Stanislaus, Merced, Tuol- 
umne, and .M<iri|Misa, one Reiiresentaiive. 

;>. From the Third Congressional District, comjirisiiig the 
Counties of Yolo, Sacramento. .Solano, Contra Costa, ^farin, 
and Alameda, one Representative. 

4. From the Fourth ( ongressional l)istrict, comiirising all 
that portion of the City and County of .San Francisco de- 
scril)ed as follows, viz.: Commencing at the intersection of 
Bryant Street with the waters of the I>ay of San Francisco, 
continuing thence along the center of liryant Street to tlie 
center of Seventh Street; theme along the center of .Seventh 
."street to the center of Market Street; thence along the center 
of Market .Street to the center of AFc.Mlister Street; thence 
along the center of McAllister .Street to the center of Leaven- 
W(.)rth Street; thence along the center uf lA'avenworth Street 
to the center of .Sutter Street; thence along the center of 
Sutter .Street to tin- center of Jlyde ."-tii < t; thence along the 
eeiiter of Hyde .Street to the cent<rof ( a liforiiia .Street ; tlience 
along the center of California .'Street to its intersection with 
the east line of tiie City (.'emelery: thence northerly iti a 
direct line to the waters of the Pacilic < )iean: thence along 
the shore in an easterly direction to the ])lace of beginning, 
together with all tlu' islands within the boundaries of tlie 
t/'ity and County of .San Francisco, one Ki'iiresentative. 

•'). From the Fifth Congressional District, comprising ull 
that portion of the City and County of .Sui Francisco not in- 



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rluilid ill till' Kmirtli Ci>n<.'r(ssi()iial District, togethor witii 
liif ( iiuuliis of 8iiii Miiteo, Santa Cru/.. ami Santa Clara, unc 
Uoi)ri'si'iitativt'. 

('>. FiV;mt lie Sixth Conjjressioual District, couiprisiiig tin' 
tVniiitic-' of San Henito, Monterov. San Luis Oliispo. Santa 
Uariiaiii, Wntiini. Kern. 'I'ularc Fresno. .\l|iiii('. Mono. Inyo, 
Sail I'lfnianliiKi. Lo.s Aiiyi'k's, and San i »icj;i>. one Itojirt'seiila- 
tive. 

Stato Senators from tin- followiiii: Sttiatorial Districts: 

First |)istrict. c'i>in]>osc(! of the Counties of Htmilxdilt ami 
l»el N'ortc. one .Sniator. 

Tliinl District, composed of the Counties of ModfH'. Las.sen, 
i'hiiiias. and Sicri:i. one Senator. 

Fifth District. com))ose(l of Nevada Comity, one Senator. 

Seventh District, comjiosed of the Counties of Placerami 
Fl l)(inido. one Senator. 

Nimli !)istrict, composed of tlu' Counties of Yolo and 
Napa, one Sen.-iier. 

KlevPiitli District, eonii>osed of the County of .Solano, one 
Senalor. 

Thirteiiith I»i-!iict. conipo^ed of the County of Saet-a- 

liielll'i. uiu .sii'iiatoi-. 

I'iftceiitii I)istri<t, eonipose<I of the Countits of Marin and 
Contra ' osta, one senator. 

Seveiiteeiitli Di>triet. composed 111' all that po_rti(rn of the 
County of .Maimda compri-^int: the .Second, Tiiird, Fifth, 
nnd Seventh Wards of the City of < >aklaml. to>;ether with 
the Precincts of Fast Berkeley. Teniescal, and Pie<liaont,oiie 
Senator. 

Nineteenth I )i<triet. composed of that iiortion of the City 
and ('(Unity of .Sjm Franeisio hounded as fdlows: Coin- 
iiieiiciiiijat tie' intersection of Bryant Street with the watt r- 
of the iiayof San Fram'is<'o. continuini: thence alonj; tiie 
fell. iwiiij; named streets: Bryant to Third, Third to Market, 
Market In Kearny. Kearny to S.icramento, .Sacramento to the 
wateix of the Bay of San I'ramiseo. thence along the -hore 
of said liay to the place of hegiiining. one ."^I'liator, 

Tweiity-lii-vt I )] si riet. composed of all that portion of the 
City mid County of .San Fnincis<'o hounded us follows: Ciini- 
irienciiiiiat the intersection of Mxde Street witii the waters of 
the Bay nf San Francisco, thence along the cent-r of the fid- 
lowiii!; named streets: Hyde to Sutter. Sutter to Mas<'n. 
Mas,, II to (ireen. (ireen to its iiiteri»ection with the waters of 
the Bay of .San Fnineiseo. thence along the shore of said hay 
to the plai'c of tieginning. one Svnatnr. 

Tweiity-tliird District, composed of all that p"Ution of tin- 
City and County of San Fran<i-eoh<nuideil as follows: Coin- 
men, ingat the intersection of the center of Third and Bryant 
Streets, thence along the center of the fid lowing name<l streets: 
Bryant ti. Fifth. Fifth to Market. Market to Ma^^iM, Mason to 



Sutler, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to Third, 
Tliird to the nlace of heginning, one senator. , ,. .i 

''n'.ntv.tiftV I)istrict,'c.m.poscdof all that poi-tion o the 
( itvamrCountv of Saul- rancLsco hounded as fo lows. » ou 
mem iiigatth(iiitersecti..n of the center. .rr.r.vantandSe%entl 

S • :^ s conllnu.ng thence ahmg the center of the olh-vnig 
named streets: Brvant to Lleventli. Eleventh o M'lik. . 
N • rket to Van Ness, Van Ness to Suiter Suiter to Leaven- 
wot^:, Leavenworth to McAllister, M-Al^^t^^'/ij^;',^;^- 
Market to Seventh, and Seventh to the jdaceot beginniu}., 

one Senator. „. . i .■ h ,i..>t i.nrtion of 

Twentv-sevcnth District, coniposed o all I'f , 1 '^ . ,' "J'* 

Ihe Citv and County of Sau. F rancisc.. '"'"V.''' '^^^ f.'iXrs 

Comni.-miie'at ihe intersection ot .\v(i;ue i. and the wattir, 

,f P ciHc Ocean, thence along the ,vnter ot ihc toliowing 

■utMl streets: Avenue P. to First Avenue, First Avenue to 

'■ S^.-t,Tuik Street to D.-visadeio. l^-visadero to Lddy , 

■ Iv to Van Nes^ Van Ness to Market, Market to Llevenlh, 

kfenthti'-l^uulcl. Channel to Harris.., lla...s.m to ^^ 

teenth. Fourteenth toGuerirro.t.uerrcrotoLighleinth.tlte 

along kighieenth Street to its western hmit, thence in a di.ect 
in westerlv to an inter.section of the easlern imit ot K 
.Mree,or Avenue, thence along K to the waters of the 
1 "cifi; Ocean, thence along the shore of the ocean in a north- 
orlv dirction to the |.lace of hcginiung. one Senator. 

Twentv-ninth District, composed ot the ( ouut> of San 

•'"T/nilv^hrstl'nslS, composed of all that porti..n ..f Santa 
(la oulltv coml.rising the ToWl.hl,.- o^ i^V'^^'x 'wnshh^ 
den (;ilrov. lUirnett.and that ,.ortu.n ot ,san .h.se I o« nsh . 

incnded ill the election P^^^'^^^ '4, ^f'^l'l JZ; (^ 
Hamilton, Lveigreeli,Oaktirove,the 1 hird W ard ot the ( lt> 

Sa .lo;e,aiid that portion of the election precinct San 
.:.- Ni nl.er Five, King south of the northern boumlarv 

1 ne of he ( it V of Sail Jose. and the sau! l.oundun; line pro- 
l.'.ng.'d weslellV to the township Hue dividing the townships 
t)f Santa (-'liira and San Jose, one Muat. If. 

Thirty-third Di.striet, composed of the Counties of san 

''^i5;;;rh^h IHsli^c^ ;o;n,2:;i :^ the t;ounties of Monterey 

"•H'i:i^i;ir"::;i:'iH;;n;-c":;.npo^d ..f n. coun,i.. of san 

Luis Obispo, Santa Barhara. and \ cntura one Senator. 

Thirtv-ninth Distri.-t. composed ot ail that portion of the 
,■..„ V o Los Angeles not inclnd,.! ... the 'Ihirty-eighth 
>e a ttial District, which consists of tl,.' City ami lownshn. 
i.f I OS \ngele-and the Townships of .S.l-Hla.l.Sai. 1-ernando. 
ijj Ballona.and San AiiUmuo), one Senator. 

Also. nienil»ers of the As.s.inhly as follows: 
1. The Counties of Del Norte and M^kiyou, one member. 



•J. 'I'liaf inirtiiiii of the I'omity of Humboldt coniprising 
tlif 'r(iwiislii|'< lit' ( )rleiiiis. Klaiiuitli, Triuidail, Mad Hiver, 
Union. Kiireka. iiiid Kticksport, one menilier. 

o. All that portion of liuniboldt County not inehuled in 
the Second Asseiiiliiy District, one nieniher. 

4. TliP ('iiuutie< of Trinity and Shasta, one member. 
.'>. The t 'ounii( - of Modoi- and Lassen, one meml)er. 
ti. The ('(amtie- of Plumas and Sierra, one member. 
7. Tin' Coimty of Tehama, one member. 

5. That |iortioii of the County of liutte eoiniirisiu}; all of 
Chieo and l>a\ liai Townships: all of Urejion Township lying 
west of the meridian line dividing raufres two ami three east, 
in tOHnship> twenty and twenty-one iKirth, Mount Diablo 
base and meridian: all of Hamilton Township, except that 
jwrt of said township lying east of the section boundary 
lines of sections four, nine, and sixteen, and north of sec- 
tions t«enty-.seven. twenty-six. and twenty-five, towHshiji 
nineteen north, range three east, .Mount Diablo base and 
meridian, as laid down on the ottieial mai> of said lUitte 
County, and all of (;ri<lley Township, in said countv. as 
recently set otr from Hamilton Townshiii by the i5oar'd of 
Supervisors of said county, one member. 

ii. All that pfirtion of Butte County not include(l in the 
Highth Assemhiy Idstrict, one member. 
Jit. Tiie County of Colusa, one memlRi. 

11. The County of Mendocino, one member. 

12. 'riie County of Lake, one member. 

18. The Counti.-; of Sutter and Ytiba. one member. 

H. All that portion of the County of Nevada comprising 
the Townshiji- of Nevada. ISIoomfb Id, and Kureka. ami the 
IVecincIs of Cherokee ami North San .Juan, in Bridgeport 
Township, one niemlier. 

1-"). All that portion of the County of Nevada not included 
in the Kourleenth \ssembly District. (»ne member. 

1<J. The County (jf Placer, one meml»er. 

17. The County of Kl i)orado. one member. 

IJ*. .\llthat portion of the Countv of Sacramento compri.s- 
iug tin First and Thinl Wards of Sacnimento Citv, one 
niendier. 

1!'. -Vll that portion of the County of Sacramento compris- 
ing the .Ncond and Fourth Wards of Sacraniento Citv. one 
ineinher. 

-". Ail tliat portion of the County of .Sacramento not iii- 
'hi ltd in the Higlitet'iith and Nineteenth Assembly Di.s- 
tricts. one member. 

'21. The County of Yolo, one niomJ>er. 

'li. TheComii\ of Napa, one member. 

-•'• "'•'< portion of the County of Smioiiih comprising 
''"■ lownsliip. ..f Cloverdah. Washington. Mendocino. Salt 
1 omt. Kedwood. I'.odega, and Ocean, one member. 

'^1. I hat porti.iti of the County of .'"onoma <-omprising the 



TowiiPhips of Aunally, Santa Rosa, Knight's Valley, and 
Russian River, one member. • i i i 

•>.') Ml that portion of the Countv of Sonoma not included 
in"the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Assembly Districts, 
one ineniVxT. . . 

2fi. All that portion of the County of .Solano comprising 
the Townshii)s of Vallejo an<l Ik nicia. one member. 

27 All that jiortion of the County i>f Solano not included 
inllie Twenty-sixth .\ssembly District, one member. 

o,S The Countv of Mariii, one member. 

•><» All that portion of the Citv and County of Sanl-ra"- 
cisco bounded as follows: Commencinj: at the point of inter- 
section where the center line of Bryant Street inter.sects the 
waters of the ]'>av of San Francisco, continuing thence along 
the center of the" following named streets: Bryant to I'lrst 
First to Minna. Minna to Second, Second to Market. Market 
to KearMV K'earnv to Sacramento, Sacramento to the waters 
of the Bay of Saii Franciseo, tlience along the shore to the 
place of bt'ginning. one meml>er. , 

8(1 Ml that iiortionof the Citv and County of San tran- 
cisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of the center of Brvant and First Streets, ccmtinuiiig thence 
along the center of the following name.l streets: Brvant to 
Third Third to .Market. .Market to Second, Secon.l to Minna, 
Minna to First, ami First to the place of b.'giniiing, one 

menilH'r. . , , , .. ^ i- 

81 All that portion of the City and t ounty ot San tran- 
cisco i.ouiide.i as follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of .Sacramento Street and the waters of the Bay ot San 1-ran- 
eisco. continuing thence along the center of the following 
named streets: .Sacramento to Kearny. Kearny to Sutter. Sut- 
ter to Stockton, Stockton to Pacihc, I'aeitic to the waters ot the 
Bavof San Francisco, thence along the shore ot said hay to 
the place of beginning, together with nil 111.- waters ot the 
Bav of San Francisco, and the islan<b . ..ntained therein, sit- 
uated within the boundaries of the City an<l County of San 
Franciseo. one member. , - ,^. i.^ 
8" Ml that portion of the City and < ounty of San hran- 
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FTancisco to the place of beginning, oiw mem 

;W All that portion of the City and « ounty of San 1-ran- 
cisco b.mnded as follows: Commencing at tlie point of inter- 
^eolion of (Ireen Street ami the wat. |. of th.- Bay ot San 
,m-is<-o. cmtinuing thence along the ■ .nler ot the follow- 
' named streets: (ire.-n to Mas^.n. Ma-ou to Sutter. Sutter 
Jone« .lones tu Cirwnwich, «in-enw,. h to the waters of 



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the IJay of >;iii Francisco, thenco along the shore of sjiid 
buy to ilie iilao- I't' heginniuf;. one nieniher. 

;{4. All that iK.Mtionof the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco bomuled a> follows: Comiueneing at the intersection of 
tircenwieh Stini and the waters of ijie r)ay of San Fran- 
cisco, coutinuiiig thence along the center of the following 
named streets: (ireenwich to Jones, Jones to Sutter, Sutter 
to Hyde, Ilydc to the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, 
thent'c along tin. shore of said bay to the place of l)egiuning, 
one number. 

oij. All that jiortion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco bounded as follows; Couuneiicing at the intersuction of 
tlie center of liiyanl and Third Streets, continuing thence 
along the center of the following named street.--: Uryaiit~to 
Fourth. Fourth to Market, ^hirket to Stockton, Stockton to 
Sutter, Sutter to Krarny. Kearny to Market, .Nhirket to Third, 
Third li.' the ]ilaiv of beginning, one member. 

36. iVll that {"ortion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco boinided as follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
Fourth anil iJryant Streets, thence along the center of the 
following named >treets: liryant to Fifth. Fifth to Market, 
Marki t lo Ma-on. .Ma.son to .Sutter, Sutter to Sioekton. Stock- 
ton to Market. Market to Fourth, ami Fourth to the place of 
beginning, one iiieiiiber. 

.■i7. Ail that jKiriion of the (/it\ and County of San Fran- 
cisco liounded a> follows: Commencing at tlie intersection 
of Fifth and Bryant Streets, continuing lln-iice along tiie 
center of tlie following named streets: Bryant to Sixth, Sixth 
to Mark.'t, Markit to Taylor. Taylor to Sutter, Suiter U> 
Mason, .Nhison t<i Market, .Nhirket to Fifth, and Fifth to the 
place of beginning, one member. 
^►S. All that () oriion of the City and County of San Fraii- 
ci.-eo bounded as follows: (,'ommencing at the inter.M'ction of 
Sixth ,iiid i>i\ani Streets, continuing tlieneealong the center 
of the following named streets: Bryant lo Seventh. Seventh 
to Market. .Market to Mc.Mlister, Mi-AUister to Leavenworth, 
Leaveinvorili to Sutler, >utter to Taylor. Taylor to Market, 
Markt t lo Sixth, and Sixth to tlie place of Ix-ginniiig. one 

DieUlber. 

'Sit. All that |«jrtionof the City and Counlv of .San Frun- 
ciwo iiwunded as follows; Commencing at the intersection 
of Bryant and SeveiitJi Streets. c<tn tinning thence along the 
oenttr of the following nunuti ,«tnets: Bryant to F.ighth. 
Kightii lo Miirki i. Market to Larkin. Jjirkin to Sutter, Sutler 
to Leaveuwiirlh, Leavenworth to ^Ic.\llist« r, Mc.Mlister to 
Marki 1, Market to Seventli, and Seventh to the phue of 
beginning, one iiiemWr. 

•kt All that portion of the Ciiy an<l County of .San Fran- 
cisco boiindeil ii» follows: CommeiKinf{ at tiie intersection 
of Bryant and Lighth Siriit.s. cuiitiiiumg theiue along the 
center ot the following named streets; Bryant lo Kleventh. 



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Eleventh to Marktt, Market to \an N'->. Van Ness to Sutter, 
.Sutter to Larkin, Larkin to Market. Market to Eighth, and 
Eighth to the place of beginning. oU' luember. 

4L .Ml that portion tif the City .uid County of San Fran- 
cisco bounded as follow»: (Vnunieiicing at tlie inter.section 
of IIy<le .Street with the waters of the liay of .*^an Francisco, 
continuing thence along the ceiitei' of llyde Street to the 
center of California Street: thence along the center of Cali- 
fornia .'-street in a direct line to it*; inii rsection with tiie east 
line of the City Cemetery ; thence uohIhtIv in a direct line 
to the waters of the Pacific Ocean; thence along the shore 
in an easterly direction to the place of beginning, one mem- 
ber. 

42. .Ml that jMirtion of the City and County of .Sm P'ran- 
cisco bounded as follow?: Coiiiinencing at the intersection 
of Avenue B and the waUrs of the I'acitic Ocean, continuing 
thence along tlu' center of the following named streets; .\ve- 
nuf B to First Avenue. First .\ venue to Turk Street, Tiirk 
to L>evi.sadero. Devi.sadero to Eddy, Edd\ to Van Xess, Van 
Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Ilydc, Ilyde to California, Califor- 
nia to the east line of the City Cenietei,\ ; thence northerly 
in a direct line to the waters of the rueific Ocean: thence 
along the shore in a westerly and >oiitlierly <lirection to the 
idace of beginning, together with the i>land.s known as the 
Faralloiie Islands, one in^ niber. 

4o. .Ul that portion of the City and ' ounty of .Sin Fran- 
ciisco bounded as follows; Commeiicinkr at the intersection 
of Avenue B and the waters of the I'acilie Ocean, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named^ streets; 
Avenue i> to First Av»nue. First Avenue to Turk. Turk to 
Devisudero. Devisjidero to Eddy. Eddy to \'an Xess, \ an 
Nes.-; to Fell, Fell to SUiuvan, Sianyaii to I), I> to the waters 
of the I'acitic 0<ean. thence along Ui>' -liofeof said ocean to 
the phice of beginning, <inc member. 

44. .\ll that i.oition of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco bounded as follow<; • ominencmg at the intersection 
of Avenue hand the water> of the racilii Ocean, continuing 
theiRc along the center of the foU-uing named stn-ets: 
Avenue I) t<> Staiivaii, Stanyan to 1 ill. Fell to \ an Ness, 
Van Nes.- til .Market. .Ntarket to Eleveiiiii. Eleventh to Chan- 
nel. Channel to Jlarri-oii. Harrison lo Fourleeiith. Four- 
teenth U) tiuerrero, tiuerrero to Eigliieeiith. thence along 
Eighteenth to its wolerly end, theiie. ma dinct line west- 
erlv to an iiiters..Hlion of the eastern limit of K Street (or 
V venue;, tlieneealong K !<• the waters of the Pacilic Ocean, 
thence northi.rly along the «hore to tie place of iatjinning. 
one nieinlnT. , i- 

4.5. .\11 tliat iKirtioii of the i ity an-i » uiily of >an hran- 
ci-seo btainded a> follows: Commencing at the inter-Hciion 
of Guerrero ami Fourteenth Streets, conimuing tlieneealong 
the center of the f.dlowing named -ii.^ls; touiteenth to 



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llarri^iiii, llani-i'ii to CIkihiu'I. Cluiiiiul to Bryniit, Bryant 
to Scvfiith.Soviiiili to Mississippi, Mississippi to Napa, Napa 
to Twfiilietli, Tvvntieth to Gucrn'ro, and (IncrnTO to the 
place of bofiiiiniiiL', one nienilx r. 

4(i. All tiiat portion of the ( 'ity and County of San Fran- 
i-isco homKJeii u< follows: Coniniencing at tiic intersection 
of Hrvaut Slivrt and the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, 
contiiuiing tliMn'' along the center of the following named 
streets: Brvaiit to Seventh, Seventh to Mississippi, Missis- 
sippi to Najia, Napa to the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, 
anil then along the shore of said bay to the place of Itegin- 
ning, one nienihcr. 

47. .Vll that portion of the City and County of San hran- 
cisco hiiundtd ;is follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of Napa Street ;nid the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, 
continuing th.ii.c along the center of the following named 
streets: Napa t.i Howard, Howard to Army, Army to Nlis- 
sion, till nee alont: the county road to its intersection with 
the boundary lim dividing th< Counties of San Francisco 
and San Maten. thence along said boun<lary line to its inter- 
section with the waters of the Iky of San !• niiicisco, thence 
along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning, one 
member. 

48. All that portion of the City and County of San I'ran- 
cisco boundeil a-^ follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of K Street and ihe waters of the Pacific Ocean, contiiuiin.g 
tlieiice along tin- lenter of the following named streets: K 
to its « a<terlv limit, thence in a direct line to the westerly 
end of Eiglitetnlh, Eighteenth to (Juerrero, (iuerrero to 
Twentieth, Twentieth to Howard, Howard to Army. Ariny 
to Mission, thcu'i along the county road to its intersection 
with ili< boundary line ilividing the Counties of San Fran- 
cisco and San Mati-o, thence along said line to the waters of 
tiie I'a.ilic Ocean, tiience along the shore of .said ocean to the 
place of beginninir, one nu'inber. 

49. The County of San Mateo, one member. 
■Vi. The County of .Santa Cruz, one member. 

ol. All that portion of .\hinieda County comnrising the 
Townships of Murray and Washington, and that certain 
portion of Kdeii Towiishii> within the corporate limits of the 
Towit of Ilaywaids, and that portion of said F.<len Townshii) 
known ax CiistM Valley ele<-tion precinct, described as fol- 
lows, to wit: Cmmencing at a ^)oinl wlure the northerly 
lini- of tiie iown of llayward» is intersecle<l by the dividing 
line Inlweon San Lorenzo and Castro Valley elc'tion pre- 
cinet!», thence along said dividing line of said jinviticts to 

the middle li f Sun l.eandro Creek; thence easterly and 

north) rly along the middle lim <»f snid creek to the ilividing 
line of Alameda and Conlrn ( osta Counties: thence easterly 
iind southerly along said dividing line of -aid cminties to its 
IM.int of inter-i I lion with iIk' dividing line of FMen and 



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Murray Townships aforesaid: thenee along said dividing line 
lietween Eden and Muii-ay Townships to the corner of Eden, 
Muri-ay, and Washington Townsliii)s: ilniice westerly along 
the line dividing the Towiisin[is of Washington and Eden to 
the middle of the mountain road from Haywanl"^: thence 
northerly along the niidille of said mail to the southerly 
lx)undaiy line of the Town of H.iywaids: thence along the 
boundary line of Haywards and Castro X'alley election pre- 
cincts to the jilace of beginning, one nieinbcr. 

.rl. All that portion of .Vlameda County comprising s., 
much of Eden Township as is not inclmiid in the Fifty-tirst 
Assemblv Histrict, and that iiortioii of I'.iooklyn Township 
lying outside of the City of ttaklaud, and all of Alameda 
Township, one mendior. 

53. .All that portion of Alameda County comprising the 
Sixth and Fourth Wards of the City of Oakland, discribed 
as follows: Beginning at tliejioint in tin- westerlv line of the 
Seventh Ward where the same is iiitii--. .t. d by Tenth Street 
produced: thence westerly along -aid T.-nth Street to Ada- 
line Street; thence southerly along said Ailaline Street to the 
northerlv line of .Mannda Township: thence easterly along 
Slid line of Alamoila Town-hip to when- the same is inter- 
sected bv the dividing lino hi-tween the said Sixth and Sev- 
enth Wards: thtiice northerly along said dividing line to the 
point of beginning, one nii'inher. 

.")4 All that portion of .\himeda County comprising tin- 
First Ward of the Citv of Oakland, being all that i.ortion of 
said Citv of Oakland Iving west of Adaline Street: and all 
that portion of the Countv of Alameda, being a portion of 
Oakland Township. Iving outside of sa:d City of Oakland, 
bounded as follows: Coiumonciiig at the intersection ot the 
northern charter line of tiie ( itv of Oakltimi with the dividing 
line betwion i?av and Teme-cal election precincts: them-e 
northerlv along siid dividing line to where it intersects the 
southerlv Imi' of Berkelev clii-tion i.r..inct: thence westerly 
along Slid line of said I'.orkiloy eli-Hon i.recinct to tlio 
dividing line between Birkeley and W > -i B.;rkele.v election 
i>reeiiiets; thence northerlv along sidl dividing line last 
named to the southerlv line of Ocean \ nw election pre- 
cinct: thence ea.-terlv along said last nmitid line to the divid- 
ing line between Alann-da and « oiitra < o.i:, Countn-s: theme 
norlhwesterlv and westerly along said .Vlameda and ( ontra 
Costa boundarv line of Alameda County .and the » it.v ami 
Conntv of San' Francisco; them-e soiitholy a oiig said la-t 
nam.-.i boundarv line to the siiid nortle in charter line of 
the Citv of Oakland: thence ea-terly :il"n'i wild last numed 
line to the point of beginning, one meiii I" r. 

.v.. All that portion of Alameda ( onni.v con,pris,ng the 
Second and Thinl Ward< of the <;(v.i.f Oakland, and 
bounded as follow-: Commencing at th.; mtersi-Hion ot the 
northern charter lim- of lb.' » iiy -f (>.,kh.:el with the e.i.ter 



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Harri«*oii llarrisou to Clianiicl, t'lianncl to Bryniit. Bijaiit 
toSoveiitii.Sovdith to Missis>ipi>i. Mii^sissippi to Nai>a,>a{>a 
to Twentieth. 'I'w.ntieth to Guerrero, and Guerrero to the 

place of beKiiiiii"^-'- o"«'n»^"i'^*''"- , ,, , .. .■ t 

40 \11 that portion of the City and County ot San I'ran- 
oi^eo houn.le.1 a- follows: Conimoneing at the intersection 
of Hrvant Stiv.t and the waters of the I!ay of ^an iM-ancisco 
contiluiiiiK th.n.e along the center of the following named 
streets- Brvant to Seventh, Seventh to Mississippi, Missis- 
sii.ni to Napa. N^ipa to the waters of the liay of San 1' raiicisco, 
and then along the shore of said bay to the place of begin- 
ning, one ineniber. „ ,. t 

47 \11 that portion of the Citv and County of San 1-ran- 
d«co bounded a< follows: Commencing at the intei-section 
of Napa Street .nid the waters of the Hay of San 1- rancisco 
continuing theiire along the center of the following named 
street^;- Napa to Howard. Howanl to Army, Armv to .Mis- 
sion thrnce alonj: the county road to its intersection with 
the boundarv liiK dividing the Counties of San trancisco 
and San Mateo, thence along said boundary line to its inter- 
section with the waters of the Bay of San Krancisco. thence 
along tlie shore of said bay to the place of beginning, one 

4.S '\n that portion of the Citv and County of San Fran- 
ci<co boiiiKled a- follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of K Street an-l the waters of the Pacific Ocean, contmuiii^' 
thence along tli.' renter of the following nanie.l streets: K 
to it'^ en-terlv limit, thence in a direct line to the westerly 
end of Kigriteeiiih. I-:ighteenth to Guerrero. Guerrero to 
Twcnti.tli, Twentieth to Howard. Howard to .\rmy. Army 
to Mis-ion. thence along the county road to its inlersfrtion 
with the bonndaiv linedivi.ling the Counties ot San !• ran- 
cisco mid San Mateo, thence along sai<l line to the waters ot 
the i'acilic Ocean, thence along the shore of sai<l ocean to the 
place of beginniiii:, one member. 

49. The Couiitv of San Mateo, one member. 

"it) The Coniitv of Santa Cruz, one member. 

r>\ Ml that ji.ntion of Alameda County comnnsing the 
Townships of Miirrav and Washington, and that certain 
portion of Kden Township within the eori-ornte liinits of the 
Town of Havwavds. and that portion of said hdeii lowiiship 
known as Cii-tro Vnliev election preemet. de-cribcd as fol- 
low-, to wit: <oiMnu'iK-int! at a point where the northerly 
line of tiie Town of Hnvward- is intersected by the dividing 
line between San Loren/o and Castro \ alley elcimn pre- 
cinct*, llienee along said dividing line of sjud precincts to 
the miil'lle liie of San I.eandr-' Creek; thence easterly and 
north.rlv along the middle line of -anl creek to the dividing 

line of Manieda .mhI Contni « osta Counties: them asterly 

and -outherlv .•d..ng xhhI divi.linp line f.f snnl eoiinties to it- 
point of inti'i^Mtion with tlie dividing line of Men nnd 



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Murrav Townships aforesaid; tlionce alonL'said dividing line 
iietween K<leii and Murniv Towiisliips to the corner of Ivlen. 
Murrav, and Washington Townships; tlence westerly along 
the line dividing the Townships of Wa<hiiigton and f.den to 
the middle of the inouniain road from Ilaywards; thence 
nortberlv along the niid-lle of -aid road to the southerly 
boundaiv line of the Town of llaywiinls; thence along the 
boundar'v line of Haywanls an<l Ca-tro \'alley election pre- 
cincts to'the iilace of beginning, one meinlier. 

.">•> \11 that i)ortion of Alameda County conipn«iiig so 
much'of Ivlen Township as is not incln.led in the Fifty-tirst 
\s-emblv District, and that portion of I'.rooklyn lowiisliip 
iving outsiile of the City of Oakland, and all of Alameda 
Township, one member. ■ • ,i 

.53 All that portion of Alameda County comprising tin 
Sixth and Fourth Wards of the City of Oakland described 
as follow-; Beginning at tl.ei.oint in tin- westerly line ot the 
Seventh Ward where the s.me i- inter-..tMl I'X If"" ^"^\'< 
i.roduced: thence westerly along -an lenth Stmt '^' Ala- 
line Street: thence southerly along said A.ialine .street t< the 
nortberlv line of Alameda Town-hip; thence easterly along 
.-aid line' of Alameda Township to wniv ,"'' f"'"/^' '^ '^r^" 
sected bv the divi.ling line botween the -aid .^'■^<»' ; ' -^.^ " 
eiith Wanls; thence northerly along sanl dividing line to the 

ooint of beginning, one ni'tnber. .. , 

.54 Ml that portion of Alameda Conntv v ompn-ing the 
First Ward of the City of (.akland bei.ig all that poH^^^^ 

-ai.l Citv of Oakland lying west <.t Adahne street, and ..11 
tha portion of the County of Alameda, being " l'';'''" f 
Oaklan.I Town-hip, lying o„tsid<- 'f ;:'^''. •;'>■:;!.", ';':i': 
lK.nn.led as follows: Commencing at the '•'>*''.;' ^ 
northern charter line of the ( ity of ( ak -.n.! «'•■;'', .^ 
li,u. hetween I'.ay and I eme-cal ^^''-''V" '^^ " r.:,. . ': V , . 

:te.-'il.:?';^t:;!.r1v£Kid'\v:T^ 

.■inct: thence ..a-terly along sa-d last n ■ • i 1 • ^^ , \\' ,:, . 
ing line betwe.n .\lam<-da and » ontra < -" < "'".'ml" ( on r. 
u.Mthwe.t..rly and we-terlv along -aid • \';;;;;'' ,"'/,;',', i 

ii::;;l:.,^:'^.l^;f ^! 9^v^£ 

northern « linrter lim of the • l^.^ "» ■"> 



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line of Adiiliiu' >lrt.'ft; theucf soiitlicrly along s;u<i center 
line of Aiialini sti-wt to wlicre tlif sunn' is intersected by 
tiic tenter lint nf Tenth Street; thence easterly iilong said 
center line of Tenth .Street to tiie center line of liroadway: 
thence north* ily along the center line of ISi-oadway lo the 
dividing line 1" tweeu the Second and Fiftii Wards: thence 
easterlv iilou<i siiid dividing line last naineil to the dividing 
line hi'twetn the Second and Seventh Wards; thence iioi'th- 
erly along said last nanieil line to the said northern charter 
line; thence woterly along said last named line to tiie point 
of beginning, one nn-niher. 

')(>. All tiiat I'ortion of Alameda Connty comiirising all 
of Oakland Tewnsiiiii outside of the City of (Jaklan<l. and 
not included in the Fifty-funrth Assembly District, and all 
of tlie ('ity of Oaklanti constituting the Fifth and Seventh 
Wards, not inchided in the Fifty-third, Fifty-fourth, and 
Fifty-tifth AsseMri)ly Districts, one membi'r. 

•")7. The CouuiN' of Contra Costa, one nseniber. 

.jS. .Ml that |»ortion of the Comity of San Joatiuin com- 
jirising the Ciiy nt Stockton, one member. 

.V.I. All that jM'rtion of San .Joaiiuiu County not included 
in the i'ifty-ciiiiith District, one membei-. 

tit). The County of .\mador, one member. 

ttl. Tlie County of Calaveras, one miniber. 

hi. TheCouniN i>f Tuulumne, one member. 

<»;;. .\11 that |"irtion of the County of .-^anta Clara eom- 
pri.sing the 'J'ewnshijis of .Mmadeii, Hedwood, Fremont, 
Alvisii, and Santa Clara, one member. 

lU. .\11 that portion of the County nf Santa Clara compris- 
ing the City of San Jose, one nuiiil)er. 

t>"). All tiiat I'lirtion of Santa ( lara County eonJi>rising the 
Tiiwn-iiij.s of .Milpitjis, Hurnett. and tiilroy. and all of the 
Toun-lii)> iif .Siu .l()s<e, except the City of .Io.<e, one memljer. 

•Hi. The Comiiy of Stanislaus, one member. 

• >7. rile Couniies of Merced and Mai iposii, one meniher. 

<»■'». The Counl) of San iSeiiito. one nu'mber. 

lii>. '1 lie Couniy of Monterey, one nienilier. 

To. The Ci'uniy of Fn-sno. oik- iiicmh«-r. 

71. The Conniy of Tulare, one member. 

72. 'I he Counties of .\lpine. Mono, and Inyo, one iiieiuber. 
7:;. i he County of San l.,uis ( Hiispo. one mtinber. 

71. Tlie ("luniy of Santa l!arl>ani, one member. 

7->. Tlie Counties of Kern and X'entuia, one member. 

7t>. .\11 that portion of Los Angeles (ouniv eonlaiiu-d in 
tiie Towiisiiips tif Soleihid, Sail Fernando. Kl Monte, San 
(.iabriel, ]ji IJalloiia. Azu.sa, Wilmington. San .\utoiiio, and 
nil that portion (rf Ixs .\ngeles Town-hip not contained 
within tiie city litnils of I>is .Viigides City, one iiienilHr. 

77. Tliat portion of Los .ViiKeles County contained witiiin 
liie li!iiit!< of tlie < ity of l-4is Angeles, one iiienilxr. 

7s. All lliat portion of the County of Ia>* Ang»les not 



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included in the Seventy-si .Kth an<l Seventy-seventh As.seni- 
bly Districts, one member. 

79. The County of San Uernanlitio. une meniV>er. 

SO. The County of .San Diego, on*' member. 

.Mso, one Chief .lustieet.f the Supiemrt ourt, for the unex- 
l)ire(l term ending .lanuary, ISUl. vice Nilr^Searls. appointed. 

One Associate , I ii-tice of the Suiirtiue Court, for the term 
ending January, bsiU, vice E. W. McKiiistry, resigned. 

Also, four Judges of the Superior Cmrt in and for the 
Citv and ( ounty of .Sm Francisco. 

iMie Judge of the Suiierior Court in and for the County ot 
IJutte, for the unexpired term ending January. 1S91. vice 
Leon D. Freer, deceased. 

One Ju'lge of the Sujierior Court in aiel for the County ot 
Fresno, vice ^L K. Harris, term expireil. 

One Judge of the Suiierior Court in and for the t ounty ot 
Los Angeles, vice II. K. S, ( )'Melveuy. !' rm expire<l. 

One Judge of the Suj.erior Court ill and for the < ounty .it 
Los Angeles, vice A. W . lliuton, term expired. 

One .Judge of the Superior Court in and for tlie (ounty ot 
Los Angeles, for the tiiiexpired term ending January, b'^iU. 
vice W. P. Oardner. api>ointed. ,,,,,. . e 

One Judge ef the Suoerior Court in and for the < ounty ot 
Mono, for tlie unexi.ired term ending January, 1S91, vice O. 
F. Hakes, appointed. . ,,.•/. . . „* 

One Judge of the Superior Court m and for the ( oun > of 
.Sacramento, for the unexpired term ending January, 1M»1, 
vice John W. Armstrong, ai'pointed. ,„,,,, , , 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for tlie Countv ot 
.San I'.ernardino. vice It. M.Willis, term exi.ired. 

tMie Judge of the Superior Court in and for the ^o"|»«.\»t 
San l)iego. for the iine.vpired term ending January. bS-M, vice 
Edwin I'arker. ai'iioinied. . ,•„,„,..„( 

( »n.- Ju.lge of the Superior Court in am for he ( <>"">» 
San Joa.iuin, for the unexpired term eieling January. IS.tl, 
vice F. '1 Maldwin. api'oinled. ,,.■-. , e 

One Judge of the .-'upcrior Court in and for lie ( oun y of 
Santa Clara, for the unexpired term ending Januar.x . bV.n, 
vice John ibynolds. appointed •,.„„..• of 

One Judge of the .-Ul"llor CoUlt III Mm for the ' '•»"t> "f 
Sonoma, for the unexpired term emhi.g January. 1H9L vice 
Tlionins Kutledge. apl«'inte.l. 

\nd I do iierebv otr.r a reward of o,.e l.undred 'I'l'"'-';;"'; 
,1,; arrest and conviction of anv and -very Pf-yrV:;.,;:;;' " >" 

•iiicli rewards to Ik- pillo unili m^ " "" •"" .i . . i 

ex l'nd.^lfor the pur',«.s,' n-aciu.. the -ma of ten tiiou-and 

dollar*. 



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111 witiu-ss whi'i-eof, I, li. W. \V;itt'riiiaii,(jovt'iiior of the 
State (if California, have hereunto set my hand anil causeil 
the Great Seal of the State to be affixed, at the City of Sacra- 
mento, on this the twenty-fourth day of Sejjtember, in the 
year of our Li'id one thousand eight hundred and eighty- 



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IIKCTIOX PROCLAMATION. 



Filed in the OJpce of the 

Secretary of State the...^ 

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l-lJiCnON PKOCLAMATIOX. 



State ok Cai ii-oiiNiA,) 

EXKt ITIVK DeI'AKTMKNT. I 

Noti.^e is hrn.l.y pivon that m K.n.TMl '''^'f i^'" "^^'J.";; ''V''' 
througliout tlu" State of < alifonua on ''f'^^aay Um- ;'^ J I« 
of NovimhcT, A. I). 1S><S. when the tollowmg oHi.vi> will bv 

*'' Eight 'Kkvtors of Prfsi.h'ut an-i Vi.v-I'rosi.hnt of the 
Tnitcd States. 

Six l!*.i.n<entatives to the ('ongioj.s of the United Suites, 
to he eleetcfl from the following <1istrieti«: 

rpt'on) the Fifst Cougre^-iona! District, eompnsing he 
Counties of I»el Norte, Humhohit, Trinity. >iski.vm,, Shasta, 
\h"ioe La'sen, I'lunias. Sierra. Tehama. Colusa, Mon-lonno, 
Ijilce .Sonoma and Naiia. one ftepresenUifive. 

^ tCi the Seeon.l ( ■ongiv^sional DMnet. eon,,.nsing the 
.'out'ties of Ihitte, Sutter. Yuba, ^^-vada. I acerL'un^^^^^^^^^^ 
\nia.lor. Calaveras. San .hm(|U!n. St.mislaus, Mei.v.i. 1 uol- 
uiniiP and Mariposa, one Repres<'iitatiye. 

".From the Third Congressional iMstriet t-onH-y^nig t le 
Counties of Yolo. Saerauiento. Solano. ( ontra t osta. Mann, 
and Vlameda. one Representative. ,, . • ^u 

1 From the Fourth Congressi,.»al Di^trut, eompnsn.g all 
that portion of the City and County ot •^" .^ ,>•""'■'-;'.• V,;; 
srihed as follows vi/..: Commeneing at the inter-eetion ot 
Iran Street M'ith the waters of the Uay ot N.n 1- rai.-is^.o. 
'.,n ling thenee along the eenter of -.ryunt Stivei to the 
CO te of s-eventh Stre-t: thenee along th- .-enter <■ ^-v^'^h 
Street to the eenter of Market Str-t; theiue along theeeniei 
o Market Street to the .-enter of M-M ister Stn^t: them-e 
along th- eenter of M.-.Mlister .Str.-t to tlu eenter "H'"^;*'"; 
worth Streof. then.-e along the eenter of leaven worth .^tn-.-t 
to the .-enter of Sutter Stt-efl; theii.e ah.iiK th.- .-ent.-r ot 
S^itt.'r Street to the eenter of Hy.le Street: thetiee a ...g the 
eenter of H vd.- Stn-et to the .-ent.r ..f < alifornia Stre.i : thetice 
kioi « the, -enter.. f California .street to its ,nters...-ii..n with 
£ east line of the City (Vm-tery: thenc nor.h.rU ,n a 
HhJ line to the w.iU>n...f the I'a.ili.- <>eean: th.;n. • along 
Vl shore in an easterly -l.reetion to the phu-e of h.u.Mn.n,l. 
tf«.-fher with all the iMands within tl.e U.nndari.- ..t tie 
cTu and Conniv ..f San Fran.-is<-o. ..ne f{. presenn.tiv. 

->■ From th.' Fifth Congressional Di-tnet, eonipn'inK all 
tliaf i>ortion of tin- City ai.-l • onnty ..f San Fninein. . not in- 



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I'ludcil ill tlif I'oiirtli t'liujiiosioiiiil District, togctlicr witii 
till- Counties of San ^fiiteo. Santji Cruz, and Santa Clara, one 
Hcpn'st-ntutivi. 

'1. From the Sj.xtl) Coiigrcssiona! l)istrit't, comprising tlie 
Counties of ."^an Benito. IVfnuteny. San Luis Ohisjio. Santa 
Harliara. \'eiituiii, Kern. Tulare, Tresno, .\1] line. Mono, Inyo, 
San Hernariliiiii. Los Angeles, and Smu J>iego, one Hepresenta- 
tivo. 

State Senators from the following Senatorial Districts: 

First District, composed of tlif Counties of Hunilioldt and 
l>el Norte. oiM- Senator. 

Third District, composeil of the Counties of Modoc, I^isscn, 
I'iuinas. and Sierra, one Senator. 

Fifth District, coini>ost'd of the County of Nevada, one Si n- 
ator. 

Seventh Distiict. composeil of the ( '(auitie^ of Placer and 
El l)orado. liMc .Senator. 

Ninth Di-nict, composed of the Connlies of Yojn and 
Napa, one Senator. 

Kleveiith District, coiniiosed of the (.'ounty of Solano, one 
Senator. 

Thirteentli District, ci.iiip'>-ed of the County uf .Sicra- 
meiito, one Senator. 

Fifteenth i>istrict, coinpOMil of the Counties of .Nhirin and 
Contra Cosim. one Senator. 

.Seventeenih District. compose<l of all that portion of the 
County of .\lameda couipri.-ing the .Second. Third, Fifth. 
and Seventh Wards of the City of Oakland, together with 
the I'reeinci- of Ka-^t Herkeley, Teme.scal. and I'iedinont, one 
.Senator. 

N'iiietft'iitli Distriet. eoniposwl of that nortioii of the Citv 
and Countv of .San Franci.sco hounded' as follows: Com- 
mencing at till iuterscction of IJryani Street with the waters 
of the liayiif .'>an Francisco, contiiniing thence along the 
following niiiued sirc'ls: Bryant tu Third. 1 hird to Market. 
Market ty kiarny. Kearny to Sacramento. Sai-ranieiilo tothe 
waters of the liiiy iif .San Francisi-,,, t||,.nc,. along theslinre 
of said l>a.\ to the place of heginning. one .-M-nator. 

Twenty-lir-i Dwtii<-t. composed of all that portion of the 

City ami C ly of .San Franci.i<o iMPunded as f diows: Coin- 

niencing at the nilerseetion of Hyde Street with the watt-rf of 
the Hay of .Sill Fianeiwo. theme along the center of the fol- 
lowing nam.d «treet«: Hyde to SutPr, Sutler to Mason. 
Mason tot.in :,. tireen to its inter;»ei tjon with the waters of 
tlie l!ay of >,iii !■ rami.Hco, ilieiici along the shore of Kiid oav 
U» the plan ot iieginning. one Senator. 

Twenjv-third Id-iriet. lompos,,! of all thnt p<.rtion of the 
« ity ami < ounty of .Sin Francivo l.ounded as follow- ( oiu- 
nieiicinjjBt liie interwclion of ihecenlt r of Tliir<i and Brvant 
.Nreets, tlieiicealong the oilier of the followitigmnm-lsireeUi: 
Uryaiit to I -fill. Fifth lo Market. Market p. Ma-.n. Mas-.n to 



.Sutter, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Market. Mark' t to Third. 
riiinl to the place of heginning. one Senator. 

Tweuty-tifih District, composed of all that poiiiiai of the 
City ami (,'ounty of .San Francisco bounded as follows: Com- 
mencingat the interscctiiai of the (ti'iiter of liryantaiid Seventh 
Streets, continuing thence along the center of tin t'ollowing 
named streets: liryant to Eleventh, Eleventh li ^hu•ket, 
.Market to Van Ness, Van Ness to Sutler. .Sutter to Leaven- 
worth. Leavenworth to McAllister. Mc.Mlistor to Market, 
Market to .Seventh, and Seventh to the place of heginning, 
one .Senator. 

Twenty-seventh District, composed of all that portion of 
the City and County of .San Francisco hounded as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of .\ venue Band the waters 
of the I'acitic Ocean, thence along the center of tin following 
named streets: .\ venue B to First Avenue. First Avenue to 
Turk Street, Turk Street to Devisadero. Devisiid<To to Eddy, 
Eildv to \'an Nes.s, Van Ness to Market, .Nfarket to Eleventh, 
Eleventh to Channel, Channel to Harrison, llarri.-on to Four- 
teenth. Fourteenth totiuerrero. (tuerrero to Eightei nth. thence 
ahuig Eighteenth .Street to it- western limit, thenci' in .i direct 
line westerly to an intersection of the eastern limit of K 
SHi^-et. or Avenue, thence along K to the wat. is of the 
I'acitic Ocean, thence along the shore of the ocean in a nortli- 
erlv direction to the place of heginning. one .Senator. 

Twenly-ninth District, compo.-^ed of the County of San 
.Joaipiin, one ."senator. 

Thiity-tii-st District, composed of all that |K)rlion of .Santa 
Clara Ciauity comprising the Townships of Redwood, .\lniii- 
den. liilroy. Burnett. and that portion of San .Jos. Township 
iiKduded ill the election precincts of East .San .lose. Mt. 
Hamilton. EvcigrcemOak ( irove, the 'Third Ward of the ( ity 
of San .lose, and that portion of the eleetifui pit.iiut .San 
.jose Nutni>er Five, lying south of the northern hoiindaiy 
line of tile City of San .lose, ami the said houndaiv line pro- 
longed westerly to the lownslii|> line diviiling the Townships 
of .Santa Clam and .s.m .lose, om^ .Si.iiator. 

Thirty-third Di.strict. composed of ihe < ouiities of .Sm 
M.itco and .Santa Cruz, one Senator. 

Thiriy-tifth I hstrict. coinpo.seil of tin Counties of .Monterey 
and .San Benito, one Senator. 

Thirty-seventh District, composed of the Couiitiis of San 
Luis oiiispo. .Santa Barlmra. and Ventura, one Snator 

Thirtv-ninth Districl. composed of all that jMiriion of the 
(.oiintv of Lo* .\ngtdcs not includi d in the Thiny-iightli 
Seiiatoriai Districl ■ wliicli consists of the Citv and T.wn-hip 
of Lo« Angeh-and the Townships of Sohnlad. San I cinando. 
Lii Ballona, Mild Si«n .\ntomoi. one .Setnitor. 

Als<i, nienilters of the .Assembly a.s follows: 
I. The Counties of Del Norte and .Siskiyou, oin member. 



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2. TJiiit pniiioii of tluaouiity of Iluinboldt couii)ri!<iug 
tlic Towuslii '- of (nlf:ms. Klaiiiatli. Triuidiiii. Ma<l Kiver, 
Union, Eurck.i aii>l |!niks[iorl. oik- lucniln-r. 

3. All tlia; |.oiiioii (if liiuiiliolili County not inchuK'i in 
the .Si'fond A>Miiilily District, one niiinber. 

4. Tiie ('<.i:uiios of Trinity iiml Slmstii, ont- nieuiLor. 

5. Tlie rouniii's of .M(»i()c-anil Kassen, ono nu-niln'r. 

6. The Countiis of Plumas ami Sierra, one niemlifr. 

7. Tlie CiJimiy of Ti iiiuna. one iiuiiilier. 

a. That iHinioH of the ( ounly of Jiulte comprising all of 
Chieo and Daymn Township'-; all of ( hv^'on Township lyiuj{ 
we.it of the uiiiidiau line dividiuK lances two and three east, 
in townships twenty and twenty-one north. Mount Diablo 
base and nieiidian; all of Hamilton Township, except that 
part of said township lyins east of the .section boundary 
lines of sections four, nine, and si.xtet-n. and north of sec- 
tions twenty-seven, twenty-six. and twenty-live, township 
nineteen north, ranue three ea.st. Mount Diablo base and 
meridian, as laid down on the otiicial map of said iUilte 
County, and all of (iridley Townsjiip, in saiil county, as 
recently set oil' from Hamilton Township by the Hoard of 
Supervisors <if said louniy, one member. 

!». All that portion of Ikitte County not included in tlx 
Eighth .\sseiiiiily District, oiii' member. 

111. The County of Colusa, one member. 

11. The County of Mendocino, one lueinbor. 

li'. The CiMiiity of Lake, one member. 

13. The ('oiintics of .Sutter and Viiba. one inomber. 

14, .\11 th.ii portion of the County of Nevada com prising 
the Townsiiips of Nevada, Hloomtiild. and Eureka, ami the 
PrecinctK of t herokee and North San Juan, in Hridgeport 
Town.shiit, oin iiiemiiei. 

lo. All tha: portion of tin County of Nevada imt included 
in the Fourteenth .\--.M'mbi.v I>istrict. one member. 

l(i. The ('<iinily of I'laeer. one mendpcr. 

17. The County of El Doriuio. oiie member, 

ps. .VII that portion of the » oiinty of .Sicramento conipris- 
hig tlic First and Third W'anls of Sacnmiento City, one 
member. 

19. All that portion of tiietVmntyof iSttcnimeiitoeompris- 
inn the Second and Fourth Wards of Sttcrumento City, one 
niember. 

'J(i. ,\11 that portion of the Comity of Sai-ramento not in- 
cluded in the ICighteeiitii and Nineteenth Assembly Dis- 
trict-*. t>i»e UK iiil)er. 

•Jl. The County of Yolo, one member. 

22. The (Jounty of Na|ia. one niember. 

•_':>. riiat portion of the ( nunty of Sonoma comprising 
tin' Townsiiii- of Clov> rdah. Washington, Menibx-ino. Salt 
I'oint, lli'ilw 1, iiudetta, ami Deean, oue nieuibt-r. 

24. That portion of the County of Sniomu conipri^inK tl"«' 



Townships of Annally. Santa Ro.sa, Knight's \alley, and 

Russian River, one member. . . , , 

•';-. Ml that iKnlion of the County of Sonoma not incluiied 

in'the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Assembly bislnets, 

oneineniber, . . , 

•'ti \11 that portion of the ( ounty ot .solauo eouipiising 
the Townships of Vallejo and Benicia, one memoer. 

27 Ml that portion of the County of Solano not iiielude.l 
in tl'ieTweiitv-sixtb Assembly District, one meniUr, 

■>,S The Co'utitv of Marin, one nieinber. 

•V Airtlmt pbrtionof the City an.l County ot >an 1- ran- 
cis'co boun.b.l as follows. Commencing at the point ot inter- 
section where the .enter line of Bryant Mreet n,t.rse.-ts the 
waters of the l'.av .if San Francisco, continuing th. nee along 
the center of the following named streets: 15ry"'|' '^ /•''J't; 
First U. Minna. Minna to Second. Secon.l to Mailel. .Maiktt 
to Kearnv. Kearnv u> Sacnimeiito, Sacramento to the \ titers 
,.f the BAv of San Francisco, theme along the shore to the 
nlace of beginning, one member. 

;Vi All that portion of the City and County ot .-sau t ran- 
cisco boun.le.1 as follows; Commencing at the mtersection 
of the center of Brvant and First Streets continuuig th.nce 

ong he center of" the following named streets; Brvant to 
iS Thinl to Market, Market to ,S.con.l, -econd lo Mmna. 
Minna to Fust, and First to the place oi begiuning. one 

'"•n"' Ml that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
ci..co boun.led as f.dlows: Commencing ''V''!f,f '^I'oTf rm' 
of ."Sacramento Street an.l th.' waters of the i'.tiy -t Nin I raii- 
Ss^^o continuing theme along the center of the ol '-wnig 
named streets; .-aeramento to Kearny. Kearny to Mittei, m l- 
Ir to Stockton. Stockton t<. I'acii.c. i'acit.c to 'l^e.^vateis o the 
Hav of San Francisco, thence along the shore of ^a d .a> - 
the place of beginning, together with all tin- waUi« ot tlie 
1 av f San Frt.ncise... and the islands contained thei-,,.. sit- 
uai;.d withi.ithe boundaries of the . ity and Con.ity ot >an 

^^rTir-thaM'::^"on'of the City and County of San Fran- 
ci':; U. tided J« follows; . omniencing at tb" •'.'• r- on ..^ 
Pacilic Street an.l th-' waters ..f the Hay ..t N.n 1 tan. is<o 
CO. 1. mini theme al.nig the c.-nt,.,- of the f*; --"^l-.-^i 
street,s; I'acilic to St..ckton. St..ck ...l to .SUttel Nutter to 
M«.son. Mason t.. Creen. (ir.en to th.' wa ers ..t the ... o 
San FianeiHc-.., thence al.-ng the shore ol s^iul i ... "t .Ni» 
Franeis'eo t.. the place of beginning, ..ne memlK^i. 

Vy All that p..rtionof the City ami t ounty ot •;' -^ " 
cisoi U.un.l..l as follows; C.muii.n. tng at »!';• V«"''\" , "^ ; 
Jv-tion of tir«.'i. >tr.et an.l the wat.-rs of the ll.x .t Nm 
rnlmW%<.ntinui..g tlu-nee al.H.g the c...a^^^^ 
ing name.l >tr.*ts; t.re.n to M«^«.n, Ma.- n ^' ' ; '^l''J^ 
to Jones, Joues to t.i-eenwuh. t.reei.wicl. lo the ..aiu-s oi 



the Hay of S;iii Fraiuiseo, tlieiicc aloiij; the sliore of said 
hav to the pla.i- nf liegiuiiiuij:. one iiK'iut)cr. 

:i4. All tiiat i.ortioii of tho City and County of San Fiaii- 
cisrn houndod as follows: Commencing at the inters<>ction of 
CJreenwieh Stivtl and the waters of the P>ay of San Fnui- 
eiseo, continuing thence along the center of the following 
named streets: iireenwich to Jones, Jones to Sutter, Sutter 
to Hyde. ll\<lr 10 the waters of the Hay of San Francisco, 
thence along the shore of said l>ay to tin- i)lace of l)egi:ininu'. 
one uienitier. 

35. All tiiai ]iortion of the i ity and County of San Fran- 
cisco liouiided as follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center of Hryant and Tiiiid Streets, continuing thence 
along the cent<i- of the following nauml streets: Hryant to 
Fourth. Fourth to Market. Market to Stockton. Stockton to 
Sutter. Sutter to Kearny. Kearny to Market. Market to Thinl. 
Third to tiie ]iiace of hegiuniug. one inend>er. 

;ie. All that j.ortion of the (ity and < 'ounty of San Fran- 
cisco hounded as follows: Commencing at the intersi-ction of 
Fourth and Itryant Streets, thence along the center of the 
following named .streets: Hryant to Fifth. Fifth to Market. 
Nhirket to Mason. .Mason to Suiter, Sutter to Stockton. .Stock- 
ton to Maik.i. .Market to Fourth, and Fourth to the place of 
beginning, one meniher. 

.■J7. All that i>ortiou of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco houndid as follows: Coninienciiig at tiie intersection 
of Fifth and Hryant Streets, continuing thence along the 
eent«'rof tlie following r.a!ne<l streets: iiryant to Si.xth. ^ixtli 
to Market. Market to Taylor. Taylor to Sutter. Sutter to 
Mason. .Mason to Market. .Shirket to Fifth, and Fifth to the 
place of hegiiming. one nn-mher. 

;t-s. .\|1 that portion of the City and County of San Fi'iin- 
cisco Ixannled as fidlows: Commencing at the inierse<tion of 
Sixth and l!r\ant Streets, continuing thence along the center 
of the following luimed .streets: Hryant to Seventh. Seventh 
to Market. .Market to .McAlliste'-. McAllister to Leavenworth. 
J.eavenwoith to Sutter. Suttir to Taylor. Taylor to Market. 
Market to Sixth, and Sixth to the place of heginning. one 
meniU'r. 

:W. .\ll that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco i)'nnided as follows: Comnietieiug at the intersection 
of Hryant anil Seventh Streets, cftntinuing thence along the 
center of the following named streets: Hryant to Kighth. 
Kighth to M.irket. .Market to Larkin. Larkin to Sutter, Sutter 
to Leavenworth. Leavenworth to >ie.\lli-:|er, McVllisler to 
Market. .Nhirket to Seventh, and Seventh to llie place of 
heginning, one meniher. 

4(t All that portion of the City nnd County of San Fnui- 
eiwo IviundiHi as follows: Comnifiicing at the interse<tion 
of Hryant and Figlith Street-*, continuing thence along the 
pentorof the following named stroetj*: Hryant to Bleventli. 



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Kleventh to Market. Market to \'an Ness. Van Ness to Sutter, 
.Sutler to Larkin. Larkin to Market. Market to Liphth. and 
Kighth to the place of heginning. oni' meniher. 

4L All that portion of the City and County of San Fnm- 
ei«co iiounded as follows: Commencing at the interseetion 
of llvrle Street with the waters of the Hay of San Francisco, 
continuing thence along the center of Hyde Street to the 
center of California Street: thence along the center of Cali- 
fornia Street in a direct line to its intersection with the east 
line of the Citv Cemetery; thence northerly in a dnvd hue 
to the waters of the Pacitic Ocean: thence along llie shore 
in an easterly direction to the place of heginning. one inein- 

42 Vll that portion of the City and County of San Fnni- 
ci<co bounded as follows- Commencing at the mterstitii.u 
of \ venue H and the waters of the I'aeitie Ocean, coiitiiiunig 
them-e along the center of the following named street-^: Ave- 
nue H to First Avenue. First Avenue to lurk >tivet. lurk 
to Devisadero, Devisadero to Eddy. Eddy to \ an Ness. \ an 
Ne«< to Sutter, Sutter to Hvde. Hy<le to t alifornia. Calilor- 
iiia tothe east line of the Citv Cemetery: thence iiortlierly 
in a direct line to tiie waters of the I'acitic Ocean: tlience 
along the shore in a westerly and southerly direction tothe 
i.la.e of iHginning. together with tlie islands knowu as the 
Farallone Islands, one ineinber. ~ ,- 

48 Ml that portion of the City ami < ounty of >aii l-ran- 
cis<-o iKiunded as follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of \venue y> and the waters of the i'acitic Ocean, contniumg 
thence along the center of the f.dlowmg namea -ireets: 
\v*»nue Hto First .vv.nue. First Avenue to 1 urK. 1 urk to 
Devisiidero. Devisadero to P:d.ly. Ivldy to \ an Ness. \ an 
\"e- to Fell l-'ell to Staiivan. Stanyan to D, D to (he waters 
of the I'acitic O.ean. thence along the slw-re of said ocean to 
the place of beginning, one member. 

44 \11 that portion of the City and County of >an Han- 
ei-co hounded as follows: Commencing at the interse.tiou 
of Vvenue hand the waters of the I'aciti.- Ocean, .ontiimnig 
th.nce along the center of the following named stivets: 
Avenue 1) to Stanvan, Stanyan to hell, bell to \ an Ne.*s. 
\an Ness to Market. Market to Eleventh. rJeventii f. < Imn- 
nel. Channel t<. Harrison. Harrison to tourteenth. I'oiir- 
teeiith to tiuerrer... (iuerrero to Kighteenth. tlieiKv .Moug 
Eightmilh to its westerly end. thence ni a direct l'"*' «Y«- 
crlv to an intersection of the eastern liiuit '•*,>, ■:''•;; ''^^ 
Avenues Ihenee along K to the waters of he I a^'j'"_; »"• 
thence northerly along the shore to the place of iMgnnmig. 

'"W'aII t'ha* vortion of the City and <'''""Vi '*'''f'\''ri?.n 
ei*co iH.unded as follows: ( omniencing at .the inters.' tion 
of tiuernTo and Fourteenth .streets contiiuiiiigth.i>ee a oig 
the center of the following named streets: Fouiteeufh to 



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Harrison. Harrison to Clianni-l. Clianiul to IJryant, Bryant 
to .Scveiitli, Seventh to .Missi^.-i|i|ii. Mis^iss^ipjii to Xapa.Napii 
to Tweiitieili. 'I'wtMitiftli ti> (iiurreni. ami CnuTriTo to tiie 
place (if bt-giiininji. one nieinln'r. 

46. All that portion of tln'('it.\ and ('onnt\- of San Fran- 
irist-o bouniied as follows: ( oninicncinn at tlic intersection 
of Bryant Strret and the waters of tiie ijay of San Franeiseo, 
eontinuinK thence alon^ the ci'nterof the following named 
stret-t.s: Bryant to Seventh. Seventli to Mississippi. Missi— 
sippi to Napa. N'a])a to the watersof the Bay of San Kninei.^eii, 
and tlienee along the shore of said hay to the jilaee of liegin- 
iiing, onu ineiiiher. 

•47. All tliat portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco houndul as follows: ( Vinmiencing at the intersei-tioii 
of Napa Street and the watei-s of tlie i!ay of .San Francisco, 
continuing thence along the centei- of the following named 
streets: Napa to Howard, llowanl lo Army, Army to .Mis- 
sion, thence along the couniy roa<l to its intersection wiili 
the boundary line dividing the Counties of San Francisco 
and San Mateo, thence ah^ig said boundary line to it.s inter- 
>!*;ction with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thencu 
along the shore of siiid bay to the idace of l>eginninj;. one 
member. 

4!S. All tlial portion of the City and County of San Fraii- 
ciseo bounded as follows: ( 'ommencing at the interstvtion 
of K Street and the waters of the l'a<itic Ocean, continuiiii; 
thence along the center of the following named streets: K 
to its eiistt'rly limit, thence in a direct line to the westerly 
end of Eighteenth, Kighteenth to tuuirero. (iuerrero to 
Twentieth, Twentieth to Howard. Howard to .Army. .\rmy 
to Mission, thence along the county road to its intersection 
with the bomidary line diviiling the Counties of San Fnin- 
ciseo and San Mateo, thence along siiil line to the waters of 
the Pacific Oci'an. thence along the shore of said cx-eiin to iho 
place of beginning, one nu-mber. 

49. The I ounty oi San Mateo, one member. 

oU. Tiie ( i)Unty of Santa Cruz, one member. 

51. All that portion of .Vlamei.la l.'ounty comorising iho 
Townships of Murray and Washington, and thai certain 
uortion of Fdeii Township within the corporate limits of the 
Town of Haywards. ami that |K)rtion of saitl F^den Township 
known as Castro X'alley election precinct. describe<i as fol- 
lows, to wit: Connneneing at a point where the northerly 
line of the Town of Haywards is intersected by the dividiiiK 
line between San Lorenzo and Castro N'alley election pre- 
cincts, thence along sitid tlividing line of »<aid precincts to 
the miildle line of ,San Leandro Creek: thtnce easterl> ami 
northerly along the mi<ldle line of said croeic to tiie dividing 
line of .VUimeda and Contra t osta (Jounties; Iheiiue easterly 
and southerly along said dividing line of said uountivs to its 
point of intersection with the dividuiK liuu of Ktieu and 



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Murray Townships aforesaiil; thence along .said dividing line 
Ijetween FMen ami Murray Townsl]ii)< to the cornerof Kden, 
Murray, and Washington Townships; thence westerly along 
the line dividing the Townships of Washington ami Eden lo 
the miildle of the mountain mail from llaywaids; thence 
northerly along the middle (»f sjiid road to the -outhcrly 
lx>undary line uf the Town of Haywards: thence along the 
boundary line of Haywards and Ca.<tro X'alley election pre- 
cincts to the place of beginning, one member. 

.'yj.. All tliat I'orlion of .Mameda Conniy coniprising so 
much of Ivhn Township as is not inciudcl in the Fifiy-tirsi 
.Assembly District, and that port inn of Firooklyn Townslii|i 
lying out.side of the City of Oakland, and all of .Vlameda 
Township, one member. 

oo. .Ml that portion of Alameda County comprising the 
•Sixth and F^mrtli Wards of the City of Oakland, desc-ribed 
as follows: Beginning at the puint in the westerlv line nf tiie 
Seventh Ward where the same i< intersected by Tenth Street 
produced; thence westerly along said Tenth Street to .Vda- 
iine Street; tluiiee southerly along saiil .\daline Street to the 
northerly line of Alameda Township: thence easterly along 
said line of Alameda 'l'own>hip to where the sarae i^ mter- 
sected by tlie dividing line between the siiid Sixth and Sev- 
enth Ward~: tlunce northerly along siiid dividing line to the 
point of bfgitming, one number. 

o4. All that portion of Alameda County eomiirisiii;,' the 
First Ward of the City of Oakland, being all that portion of 
said City of Oakland lying west of .\daline Street; and all 
tlnit portion of tiie County of Alame<la. being a pcrlinii of 
Oakianil Township. 1\ ing'outside of .■<aid C'ity of Oakland, 
bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersecliun of tlie 
northern charter line of the City of ( )akland with thedividmR 
line between Bay and Temescal election |irecimis; thence 
northerly along said dividing line to where it inteix-ets the 
southerly line of Berkeley election jirecinct: theme we-terly 
along said line of saiil Berkeley election precinct to the 
dividing line between Berkeley and West Berkeley election 
piecincts; thence northerly ahmg said dividing line la-t 
named ti« tlie -outlierly line of Ocean \'icw election pre- 
cinct; thence eusierly along said last iiameil line to tiiedivul- 
ing line between .Vlamedaand Contni Costa Counties: tiienee 
northwesterly and westerly along said .Vlanieda and /ontra 
Costa boundary line of .Vlameda County and the t ity and 
County of 8an Framisco; thence southerly along •said la-t 
named boundarv line to the sjiid northern charter line of 
the City of Oakland: thence ea-terly alouK said liu^t iiaiued 
line tc the poi)it of b<'giiiiiing, one member. 

v.. All that jMiriion of .Vlameda tounty comprisinR the 
Second and Third Wards of the City of Oakland, and 
bounded us follow-: Commencing at the intersei-iiou of the 
northern chartor line of tiie City of Oaklaml with ili- '<iiier 



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liiu' of Aiialinc Street: tliencc southerly along sui<l oi'iitcr 
line of AiiiiliiH' Street to where the siinie is iiiterseeteW l>y 
the center liiH' of 'lenth Street; tiienee easterly along saiii 
center line nt Tenth Street to the center line of Hroailway: 
thence tiortliirly iilong tlie center line (if Hroadway to tlie 
dividing line lietween the Second and Fifth Wards; thenc(> 
easterly alonLr said dividing line last named to the diviiliiig 
line lielween the Second ami Seventh W'anls; thence north- 
erly along s;iiil last named line to the said northern charter 
line; thence westerly almig said last named line to the i"iini 
of beginning, one memlicr. 

5(i. Ml that portion of Alametla County coniprising all 
of Oakland rownshiii outside of the City of Oakland, and 
not included in the Kiftvfourth Assenddy 1 (istrict, and all 
of the City of Oaklan<i eonstituliug the Fifth ami Seventh 
Wards, not incUnled in the Fifty-third. Fifty-fourth, and 
Fifiy-tifth AsseniMy Districts, one meniix'r. 

57. The County of Contiii Cost^i. one mem her, 

.5'S. .All that portion of the County of .Sin .Joaipiin eoni- 
f)risiiig the City of .Stockton, one nieniher, 

o'.t. All that |iortion of San .Joaquin t'ouniy not included 
in the Fift.\-eighth l>istriet. out- meinher, 

<■)(). The County of .\niador. one niemher. 

01. The County of Calaveras, one niend^er. 

<>'J. The < ounty of Tuolumne, one menilier. 

G.'j, All that portion of the Comity of .Siinta Clara com- 
prising the Townships of .Mmacleii. Redwood, Fremont. 
Aivi.so. and .Siiita Clara, one memher. 

1)4, .\11 that portion of the County of santa Clara eoiiipri-- 
ing the ('it\ of Sail Jose, one iiieini)er, 

i>}. All that portion of Santa Clara County coiniirising the 
Townshijis of Milpitiis. ISurnett, ,iiid (iilroy, and all of the 
Township of ,'-^an .lose, e.xi'cpt the City of .Jose, oiii' niemlM-r, 

ti<>. The ( ounty of Sianislaiis. one memher. 

67. The ( ounties of Merced and Mariposa, one memher. 

t)S. The County of .Sin {{eiiito. one memher, 

(59. The < 'ounty of Moiiteiey, one meml>er, 

7t', Till' County of Fresno, one inemiier, 

71, The County of Tulare, one memher. 

72. The < ounties of .Mpine. .Mono, and Inyo, one memlier. 
7."i, The County of San l^uis < )hispo, one memher. 

74. The County of Santa Karhani. one menil)er. 

7.">, The ' oi'.nties of Kern and Wntiira. one member. 

7(1. .\11 tiiat jiortion of l/»s .\ng(des County containeil in 
tlie Townsliips of Soleilad. San Firnanilo, El Monte, .San 
(iabriel. La Kallona. A/.usa. Wilmington, San .Antonio, and 
all that jiorlioii of Los .Angeles Town-hiji not contained 
within the city limits of Los .\ngeles City, one inenil>cr. 

77. That portion of Los .Angeles (Jnunty contained within 
the limits of the City of Los ,\ng<'ies, one member. 

7». All that portion of the ( ouiity of Los Aiigelen not 



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included in the Seventy-sixth and ."^eventy-seventh Assem- 
blv Districts, one member, 

79. The County of San Bernardino, one member. 

S(i. Tlie County of San Diego, one member. 

.\lso, one Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, fer tlie uiiex- 
jiired term ending January, 1S91. vice Niles Scarls.aiiiHiimed. 

One .Vssociiite Justice of the Supreme ('(jurt. fer the term 
omling January. ls91, vice E. W. McKiustry. resiyiu-d. 

Also, four Judges of tlie Superior Court in and for the 
City and < ounty of San Kran<-iseo. 

(Jne Judge of the Superior Court in and for tic County of 
.\lameda. 

One Judize of the ."iuperior Court in and for the County of 
Butte, for the unexpired term ending January, 1X91, vice 
Leon D. Freer, deceaseil. 

One Judge of the ."superior Court in and for the (jnnity (if 
Fresno, vice M, K, llarri-. term expired. 

( hie Judge of the ."superior Court in and for tin- County of 
Lo> .Angeles, vice H. K. S, OMelveiiy. term expiifd, 

( >ne Judge of the Superior Court in and for the County of 
Lo- Angeles, vice A. W. llutton. term ex|iired. 

One Judge of the Sui>erior Court in and for the County of 
Lo- Angeles, for the unexpired term ending January, l>iyi, 
vice W, v. (taiduPi-. aiipointed. 

One Jud^e ef the Superior < ourt in and for tlio County of 
Mono, for the une.xpirf'd term ending January. Is91, vice O. 
V. Hakes, api'ointed. 

< ine Judge of the Superior < "ourt in and for th- County of 
.Sicrainento, for the unexpired term ending Jaiiuary. l*>'.tl, 
vice John W, .Vrmstrong. ai>pointed. 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for the County i>f 
San Bernardiii", vice it. M. Willis, term expire(l. 

( »ne Judge of the Superior < ourt in and for the County of 
San Diego, for the uncxidred term ending Januarv, l>ii»l. var 
Edwin Barker. ap|>ointed. 

( )ne Judge of the Supt'rior Court in and for the County et 
.Sin Joaquin, for the unexpired term en. ling January. l^iO. 
vice F, T, Baldwin, api'ointed. 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for tie Couiiiv ot 
.Siiita Clara, for the unexpired term emling Juiuiiry. l.s;M. 
vice John ilevnojils. appointed. 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for th. i euiitvot 
.S)iionia. for the unexpired term ending January, l^i'l. viee 
TlionuiK Huth'dge, a)ipointed. 

.\n<i I do herel.v offer a reward i-f one hundred liollai- f.-r 
the arrest ami .•onvi.-tioii of anv and every person viel.itiug 
anv of the provisions of Title IV. Bart L of the Peiml < ode; 
such rewai-ds to be paid until the total amount li-fiitter 



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exneiuled for tlic purpose n'aches tlio sum of ten thousaiirl 
dollars. 

Ill witness wliereof. 1. I!. W. \\ "aternuin.dovirnor of tin- 
State of California, liave lu'reunto set my hand and caused 
the (ireat Soal of the State to he attixeil. at the ("ity of Sacra- 
mento, on this the twenty-ninth <iay of S(>i)tenil)er, in the 
year of our J^ord one thousand light lumdred and eiglity- 
eight. 




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l-:i.K(TI()X PROCLAMATION. 



ExtxiTivK Dkiaktment. 



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Notice is hereby given that a jreiieral election will be held 
throughout the State ..f Calif.irni;i on TuemUiy. the fourth ihiy 
'/ ynrcmher, A. D. imw, wlien the following ollieer!* will be 
.■I'-.-t.-.i. viz.: 

Governor. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Secretary of State. 

Controller. 

Treasurer. 

Attorney-General. 

Surveyor-General. 

Clerk of the Supreme Court. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Six Representatives to the Congress of the United 



States, t 



■l.-.t.a ir.iP th. ■•!!■ 



iwiii;i 'ii-trii t- 



• al liir-triet. eiiin]. rising tho 
It. Trinity, r^iskiyoii, ^^ha.-ta, 
Tehama. C.>luha, Mend<K-ino, 
! reisentative. 

nal I>i!»triet. eninjirif'ing the 
Nevada. 1'hieer. Kl Di.raJ.., 
. Stanishiu?, Merc<>d. Tuol- 



1. Fnitu the Fir«t ('(inirr'-- 
Cnunti.-s of 1>.-I N..rte, H-iui' - 
Mixloe, Lassi n. IMunias, Siirn 
Lake, Sfinoiiia. ami N'npa. "ne It' 

•_'. From th'- S. .•,,,,•! ("onirr'-^ 
Countieti of Hutte. Siut'-r. \\v . 
Aiiiad'T, Cahivera*, San .loaiiti 
unine, and >farij>o<ia, i>ne Rejip <• -itative 

8. From th'- Third Congri"»si'nal nistrirt, comjiriHinp tli'- 
Conntie!' of Y"Io. Saerainento. "'•ilano. ('■■•-; c.jt, >i ,.-■., 
an<! .Maiiiedfl. one Renrewntativ. 

•1. Fr>>m the F<nmn Coniin i""; -nal Di.-in", r..nij.n-i' ■; ;iii 

that {"'rtion of the City and (''>niity of San Francij'en <li'>'iTiU>d 

i\* fnllo«.i. viz.: Ciinimeneinff ,ir tlie inter<«Tti'«n of Hryant 

Str<'<t with thf water!" iif the It.i'. 'f San Kran<'i«eii. continuing 

■ • ■ - • ••' thetvnterof Heventh 



— -J — 

Strt-iM: thence alonjr tlu' (vnt«r «t' Sivinth Street tt) the center 
.if Market Street; flieii. . ;il.>n(!; tlie center of Market Street to 
the center i)f McAnir>ter Street; thence aloni: tlie center of Mc- 
"A"ITT^f'. r Sffeor to^ Xhc ■ < r T?r of 1><\'\ ven w< irt h St reet : t hciuc 
al'ujr lh<' ct'iitoT of I;«'iiv.iiworth Street to the center of Sutter 
Street; thence ahinj; t!i • ;itcr of Sutter Street to the center of 
Hvde Street: thence a; ii; the eeiiter of Hyde Street to tlie 
eentorof ralitorniii Stre<-t; thence alone the center of California 
Street to jt« inter».-cti"ii "ith the east line of the City Cenie- 
terv; itieiiee ni>rtln rlv i:i a direct line to the waters of the 
Pacitic Ocean; thoni'-- al'Uis the (shore in an easterly direction 
to the i>Iace of Iw^einninf;, tnirether with all the inlands within 
the Itoundarii'? of the City and County of San F"ranci«co. one 

lJe!ire,-"'ntative. 

."). From th<' Fifth Coiiirr'S^ional I)istrict. eoniprising all that 
jMirtion of the City and t. "unty of San Franeiscn not include<l 
in the Fourth Conure**i'>iial District, together with the Comi- 
ties "f San Mat'o. Santa I'ruz. and Satita Clara, one Repre- 
sentativc. 

t>. From the Sixth Ciinirressiional District, comprisinjt the 
Comities of San Benit>>. .Monterey. San Luis Oltiripo, Santa 
Harhara. Ventura. Kern. Tulare. Fresno, .\l|)ine. Mono. Inyo. 
San IJernardino. L<«i An.zele?, Orange, and San Diego, one Uep- 
resentative. 

One Representative to the Congress of the United 
States, to lie eleiteil ir'ai the First Congressional District. 
eiMiii'iising the Counti' - ■:' Del Xorte. Iluin'x.lilt. Trinity. Sis- 
kiyou. Shasta. Modoc. I,a--> n, Plumas, Sierra, Tehauia. Colusa. 
Ml nd^H'ino. Lake. Sot;,iiii;i. ,ind Naj.a. for the unexpired term. 
eniHii;; M.treh -1. A. 1>. l>'.i!; vice J. J. l»f ILiven. resigned. 

Three Raikoad Commissioners, to be elected from tlie 

foll..\\i:iL' di-trirt.: 

1. From the First Di-trict, comj^ised of the Counti«'s of 
.Vli.ine, .\niador, F?utt' . Calaveras. Colusa, Del Xorte. Kl Do- 
rado. Hniut'oldt, Ijiki-, l,a."en. Mendociii<\ Modoc, N'apa. Xi?- 
vacla. Placer. Plumas, Sa' ramento, Shasta, .**ierra, Siskiyou, 
Silaiio, Sonoma. Sutter. Tehama, Trinity, Yolo, and YuIm*. one 
Commissioner. 

'2. From tlie Sroiid District. coniiK^sed of the Counties of 
Marin. San Francisco, and San Mateo, one Commisi'iimer. 

o. From tiie Tliird Di^fri( t. c»>inposed of the Counties of .Vla- 
iiieda. Contra Costa. Fr. -;.•.. Inyo. Kern, Ia's .\n((eU's. Orange. 
MarijHisa. Mereed. Moi .. Monterey, San Benito. San ll«riiar- 
dino, San Diego. San .Iou.jUin.8an l.uis ObisjM), Santa Barbara. 
Santa Chira. Santa Cruz. StanislaU''. Tulare, Tuoluinni', and 
Ventura, on'- Conunissio'iir. 



Potir Members of the State Board of Equalization • • 
t<f eleetiil from the foil. , wine di-i-iet-: 

1, From the First Di^triet, 4v,mj>ose«l of t!te < mmtv of S.iii 
Francisco, one inemlKT. 

2. From the Second District, .-omposed of the Counties ..f 
Alameda Alpine. Ama.ior. Calav ras. Contra Costa. Kl Dorado 
Nev.ida. Placr. Sa. ramento, S.,n .loaoiiin. and Tnolunine one 
memU-r. 

:i. From the Third District.eomwscdof the Counties of Rntt. 
Colusa. Del Norte. HumMldl. Lake. Lassen. Marin. Mendoeino 
.Mo,lo<.. Napa, i'luinas, Shasta. Si. rra. Siskivou. S«dano. .S.noma 
Sutter leliatna. Trinity. Vol,,. ai,d Vuha. line nn'inlHT. 

4. hnun the Fourth Distri.'t. .omtxisi^d of the Counti^ of 
Fn'sno. Inyo. Kern. Los .Viif;.!. .^. ( iranee. MHriiH.<a. Mereed 
Mono. .Monterey. ,San Benito, San Bernardino. San r>iego San 
LnisOhw;.,. .S;,.i Mat.'o. Santa IJarl.ara. Santa Clara. Santa 
Cruz. Stanislaus. Tulare. «„■! V. • tura. one niendttr. 

One Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. 

Two Associate Jiistices of the Supreme Court full 

term. 

One Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, for the 
une.\pired temi ending Januar. ls>t.-i; vice Charl<-s N. Fox 
app<iintid. 

One Judge of the Superior Cotirt in and for ea. h of the 
f.dlowinir counti-s: Aloin-. An ilor. Butte. Calaveras. Colusa, 
C_(>ntrn Costa. iHd Nort«-. Kl I.v.r.do. Fresno. HumU.ldt. Invo. 
Kern, Lake. La-'sen. Marin. .M irijiosa. M.-n<lo(ino. .Mercixi. 
Miwloe. .Mono. Mont-rey. .Nevada. Nai.a. Placer. Plumas. San 
Benit.>, San Bernardino. San Luis I lliispo. San .\Lnteo. Santa 
Barfiara. Santa Cruz. .Sharta. Sierra, Siskivou. Solano. Stanis- 
laus. Sutter and Yuha .jointiv. Tehama. Trinitv. Tuolumne. 
Tulare. Ventura. Yoi.i. and Or;i:,L'e. 

Two Judges of the Superio:- Court in ami for each of the 

following cuiitie.-: .\! II 11 da > ram. 'nto. San .f.m.|uin. Santa 
C^lara, and .Sonoma. 

Three Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
County ot San D'.'l'. . 

Four Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
County of Los Angi.'ies. 

Four Judges of the Superor Court in and for th»- City 

and t'ouiitv ..f S.ih Kn,:. >. ••. 



— 6 — 

One Judge of the Superior Court in ami lor the Connty 
of Huiii)"il(lt. (or tlif un. x|>irtil term fiidiuj; Jaiuiarv. A. 1). 
I'lSyi: vice (i. W. Hunter, a|(poiiited. 

One Judge of the Superior Court iu aii.l iV.r the County 
of .San liernanlino, tor tiir iinex|iiri'(l leriii endin'r Jaiuiarv, A. 
D. 1S'.»1; vice C. \V. ('. llnwell. aiipoinled. 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for the Cit v and 
County of San Francisco, for the unex])iri-<l term ending Jan- 
uary. A. ]). IS!'."!; vice F. W. Van Keynegom, apjioiiited. 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for ilie City and 
County of San Franci.sco. for the un<x|iirid term endinir Jan- 
uary, A. 1). JSUl; vice Janir< McM. Shafter, ajipointed. 

One Judge of the Superior Court in and for tlie Countv 
of San Mateo, for the tin. x|)ired term endin.u' January. A. 1). 
l^'.U; vi.i- K, F. Fitzpatri.k. ap|)ointed. 

State Senators, from the following Senatorial l)i.<tricts: 

FroM] tie- S.cond Itisiriet. com])o.<ed of the Counties of Trin- 
ity. Siskiyou, and Sh.-ista. one Senator. 

From tlie Fourth District, composied of the Countv of Butte, 
oni' Senator. 

From t!ie Sixth District. i..mi)osed of the Counties of Men- 
docino aiid I, alii', one Si-nator. 

From tile Kighth District, composed of the Counties of Cohifa 
and Tehama, om- Senator. 

From tiie Tenth IHstriil, composed of the Countv of Sonoma, 
oni" .Senator. 

Fr.im the Taclith Kistrirt. eomposeil of the Counties of Yuba 
and Sutter, one Senator. 

From the Fourteenth Histrict, eoiniio>ed of tlie Counties of 
Amador .-nid Calaveras, one Semitor. 

From the Sixt.-entii l»i>triet, composed of the Countv of Ala- 
mcija. comprising tii<' Fir-t, Kourth.aml Sixtii Wards of'tln- Citv 
of Oakland, together with the Procinets of West Jk-rkelev. Bav, 
and Ocean View, ime Senator. 

Krotii the Kightcenth liistrict, eompos.'d of the Countv of 
Alameda, .omprising tie Townships of Alameda. Kdeii. Wash- 
Higton. Murray, and Brooklyn Number Two, one Senator. 

From the Trt-cnticth l»i-triot, comjiosed of all that portion of 
the City anil County of s.m Francisco hound.d as follows: 
Commencing at the inter-.ctioii of (irecn Street with the waters 
of tlie Jiay of .S-in Francisco; thence al<mg the center of the 
lollowing named streets: Croen to Mason, Mason to Sutter, 
Suttrr to Kearny. Kearny to Sacramento. Saeramento to Bav 



of San Francisco: thence along the shore of said l.av to the 
place ot hegmning. otn- Senator. 

From the Twenty-second Di^trir-t, oompoi=ed ..f all that i.or- 
tion of the City and Countv of S.m Francisco Iwunded a« fol- 
lows: Connnencing at the interseetion of Hvde Street with the 
waters of the Bay of San Franris.o; fhence'alons the center of 
the following nam.'d streets: Hvde to Sutter, Sutter to \'an 
>|es.s, \an Ness to Kddy, Kddv to Devisadero, Devisadero to 
lurk, Turk to First .\ venue. First Avenue to Avenue B. and 
Avenue B to its intcrsecti.m witli the waters of the Pacilic 
Ocean; thence northerly and e.-isterlv alone the shore of the 
Paeifie Ocean and the Bav of S;,n Francisco to the place of 
beginning, togi-ther witli the i-lands known as the Farallon<- 
Islands, one Senator. 

From the Twenty-fourth nis'ri.t. eimiposed of all that portion 
of the City and County of S.-m iVancisco t)ouiid.d as follows: 
Comm.ncing at the interseetion of the center of Brvant and 
Fiftii Stre<>ts; thence along th-' (■■•nter of the following named 
streets: Bryant to Seventh. S.vcnth to Market, Market to 
McAllister, McAllister to Leav.'iiworth. Leavenworth to Sutter, 
Sutter to Mason, Mason to Mark-t, Market to Fifth, and Fiftli 
to j)]ace of beginning, one Si'iiat.ir. 

From the Twenty-sixth District, composed of all that ].ortion 
of the City and County of San Franei.aco Iviunded as follows: 
Commencing at the int.Tsection of the center of Brvant Street 
and the waters of the Bay of Pan Francisco, coiitintiing thence 
along the center of the following named streets: Brvant to 
Channel. Channel to Harrison. Harrison to Fourteenth, Four- 
teenth to Guerrero, (iucrrero to Twentieth, Twentieth to Napa. 
Napa to its intersection with th.' Bay of San Francix'o; thence 
along the shore of said bay to the place of biginning. one 
Senator. 

From the Twenty-eighth !>i-trict, composed of all that por- 
tion of tile City ami County of San Francisco liounded as fid- 
liws: Coinmeneingat the jMiint of intersection of a continuation 
of the line of K Stnet and the waters of the Pacific ()<v. an, con- 
tinuing thence along the rmhr of K Street or Avenue to it- 
eastern limit: thence in a dinrt line easteriv to an intersection 
of tlie western limit of Fight, .nth Street; thence along the en- 
ter of the following named >ti-ets: Kighteenth ti> (JuernTo. 
(Juerreroto Twentieth, Tweiuii th to \a].a. Napa to tin' waters of 
the Bay of San Francisco; tlim,- along the shore s.mtherlv to 
its iiiterse<tion witli thi- boundMry line dividing the Counties of 
San Francisco and San Mafm: thence along >aid line to its 
int'-rscctioii with th. waters of (he Paeitie Ocean; th.nr,' north- 
erly along the slmr.- to tin. pl.-i if beginning, one S.nator, 

From the Tliirtii-th Uistrirt. ■■omposed of the Counties of 
Merced. Stanislaus, and Tuoluin'ie, one Senator. 

From theThirty-stvond l>istri( t. cumiKtsed of all that imrtion 
of .Suita Clara County not iniluded in the Thirtv-tir-t His- 



— 8 — 

trii t (uhicli (•uii:'iifti5 of all that [lortion of Santa CI. mi County 
iom|iri'-intr the T'lW tisli'i •' of lii-dwood, Aliiia(lt;ii, Gilroy. Bur- 
lu-tt. and tlmt j^ioniou of San Joso Towntiliiji included in the 
iilt'ctlon iini-incti* of East San Jose, Mt. Ilaniilton. Evirgrucn. 
Oak (rrovo, the Third Ward of the City of San Josi', and that 
portion of tin; cloition inoinct San Jose Xo. p'ive lyinp; tiouth of 
the northern boundary line of the City of San .Tom', and the said 
1«)Unda!y line prolonged we^iterly to the towm^hij) line dividinii 
the Townships of Santa Clara anil San .lose), one Senator. 

From the Thirty-fourth Distriet, conqxised of th- Counties of 
.Vl|iine. Mono, Mariposa, and Fresno, one Senator, 

From tile Thirty-sixth l»istriet, composed of the Counties of 
Inyo, Tulare, ami Kern, oni' Senator. 

From the Thirty-eighth District, ennijinsed i.f all that portion 
of the County >if I.os .\np!es eoiiKisting of the City and Town- 
ship of Los An){eles, ami the Town.ship.s of Soledad. San 
Fernando. I,a I'.allona. and San Antoino, one Senator. 

From the Fortieth i)istrict, ecnnposed of the Counties of San 
Bernardino and San I)ie;.'o, one Senator. 

Members of the Assembly, as follows: 
1. Th>' Counties of I>cl Xorte and Siskiyou, one nienihi'r, 
-', J'liat portion of tln' County of Humholdt eonipri.-ing the 
Townships of Orleans. Klamath", Trinidad, Mad River. Union, 
Euri-ka, and I'.ueksport, one niemher, 

3. .\11 that jiortion of Ilunilwldt County ni>t ini luild in the 
S«'eond .Vssemidy District, one nieniher. 

4. The Countiis of Trijiity and Shasta, one nK'inI.)er. 
">. The Covnities of Modoe and Lassen, one uu'inher. 
(j. The Counties of Plumas and Sierra, one nienilKT. 
.. The County of Telianni, mu; inenilxT, 

">. That portion of the Cnunty of Butte comprisiuit all of 
Chico and Dayton Townships; all of Oregon Ti>wnship lying 
west of the meridian line iliviiling ranges tw.i and thn e east. 
in townships twenty and twenty-one north, Mount Diahlo ha.se 
and meridian; all of Hamilton Tow nsliifs exetjit that part of 
.said town.shi]i lying ejist of the section houndary lines of sec- 
tions four, nine, and sixte-n, and north of sectionstwenty-seven, 
twenty-six, and twi.iity live, township nineteen north, range 
three I'ast, .Mount Dialilo hasi' anil meridian, us laid down on 
the ollieial map of said BulteCounty; and all of (irtdlev Town- 
ship, in said county, as recently set utl" from Hamilton Town- 
ship l>y the Board of Sup. rvisors of said <-otinty, <ine ineniKcr. 

!•. All that iK.)rtion „\ Butte County not included in the 
Eighth A.s.sendily District, one nuinher." 

10. The Count; of Cnlu>,i. om' mend»er. 

11. Till- County of Mei.d..eir.o, one nienilH-r. 
IJ. The County of Lak^ , .ne nienilKT, 

1.'!. Tlie Counti'-x of Sutter and Yuha. one nieiul>er. 

14, .\11 that portion oi'ii, C.unty <<( N'evad.i comprising tlie 



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Townships of Nevaila, Bloomtield, and Eureka, and the Pre- 
cincts of Cherokee and North San Juan, in Bridgeport Town- 
ship, one memiier, 

1"), All that portion of the County of Nevada not included in 
the Fourteenth .\ssembly District, one member. 

1(>. The County of Placer, one member. 

17, The County of Kl Dorado, one member. 

IS. All that (xirtion of the Comity of Sacramento comprising 
the First and Third Wards of Sacramento City, one member. 

ly. All that portion i.if the t'ouity of Sacramento comjirising 
the Second ami Fourth Wanlsof Sacramento City, one member. 

211. .Ul that portion of the County of Sacramento not in- 
cluded in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Assenddy Districts, 
one mendjer. 

21. The County of Yolo, one member. 

22. The County of Xnpa, one member, 

23. That portion of the Cuiuity of Sonoma comprising the 
Townshii>s of Cloverdale, Washington, Mendocino, Salt Point, 
KedwcHxi, iiodega, and Ocean, oii'' member, 

24. That portion of tlie County of Sonoma comprising the 
Townships of Annally, Santa Uo-a, KnighCs Valley, and Rus- 
sian Kiver, one member, 

25. .Ml th.it portion of the Co inty of Sonoma not included 
in the Twenty-third and Twonty-lbiirtli .Vssemlily Districts, 
one member. 

2ii. .\11 that porticm of the County of Solano comprising the 
Townships of Vallej(» and B>nicia. one member. 

27. .\11 that portion of the County of S.jlano not included in 
the Twenty-sixth .Vs.senddy District, one mendier. 

2S. The County of Marin, one member. 

29. All that p.'irtion of the Citv and County of San Francisco 
liotMided as folliiws: Comnii'nciii:.' at the point of intersection 
when' the centvr line of Bryant .street intersects the w.-iters of 
the Bav of Sun Francisco, continuing thence along thi^ center 
of the i'cdlowing named streets: Bryant to First, First to Minna, 
Minna to Second, Second to .Market, Market to Kearny, Kearny 
to Sacramiuito, Sacramento to liie waters of the Bay of San 
Francisco; thence along the slior- to the jdace of beginning, one 
memlwr, 

31), All that portion of the Citv and County of San Francisco 
Ixiunded as follows: Commemin): at th<' intersection of tlic cen- 
ter of Bryant and First Streets, continuing thence along the 
center of the Icdlowing mimed streets: liryant to Third, Third 
to .Markit. .Market ti> Second. Se.'nd ti> Minim, .Minna to First, 
and First to the place of beginning, one memlR-r. 

31. All that fMirtion of the Citv and Co'intyof San Francisco 
Ixiunded as follow ;•: CounnenciiiL' at the intersection of Sacra- 
mento Street and the waters of th' Itay of San Francisco, con- 
tinuing thence along the outer •! the following named streetn: 



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Sac-nitiient.) to K.<arny. Kearny to .Sutt.r. .Sutt.-r to Stockton 
fetorkton to Pacilie. I'u-iti.- to the wat.rs of the Hav of San' 
Franeisto: tli.'n(r aloni; ti.e ^h-.n- of sai.l ),av to tl..'' i.lacc of 
beginning, tojrother with all the water;* of thr Hav of San Fran 
ets*^=. ami the Manrl? enntained therein, situat".-,l «ithin the 
honn.lanes of tlie Citv an.l Connty of San Fraueiseo, on., 
nieinher. 

82. AH fliat portion of the City an.l Conntv of San Franei<,-o 
boun.le.1 aj. t.ulows: Cnnn.Muinjr at the inteVr^eetion ..f Pa.jtie 
street an<i the wat.Ts of th.' Hay of San Franeis.-o. continuii..' 
thence along the center of the f,.llo\viiis nanierl street^' Pacific 
to Sto<ktoii, St..ckton to Siitt.T. Sutter to JLwon Ma-..n to 
Gr,.en.(;reen to the ivat.T< ,.f tli.. Hav of San Fran.iM.,,; tli.Mic.^ 
along the .-hore of ^ai.l liay of San Francisco to tlv place of 
liegmning. one in.'}nlK r. 

•■«• -Ml that jH.rtion of the fity and CVnintv of San Francisco 
l«^.un.ie.i a? tollows: fonmiencinB at the p.iin't of intersection of 
t.reen Stre.t and the wat.rs ..f the Bav of San Francisco, con- 
timnng thence along th.^ centi^r ..f th.' followinir named street*- 
Or..en to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to' Jones. Jon.^s to 
(.recn\ncii. (Jreenwich to the waters of the Bav of San Fran- 
iisco; thence ah.ng the shore of said Lav t.i the'idaco of heo-in- 
nnig, one meinher. 

S-1- All that jx.rtion of the Citv an.l Cuntv of San Francisco 
t.ouml.'d as lolh.ws: Cnniiencinu' at the int.'rsction of Green- 
wuh Street and the wat. rs of th.- Bav n( San Fran.-isco. c.n- 
tinmng then.e along th.' .rntcr of the'f..llowinir nani.-.l «treet<- 
(Treenwich t.. Jones. J,.n. s to Sutt.T. Sutt.r t.. Hv.Ie. Hv.le to 
til.- «at,-rs o) the Bay ,.f San Francisco; thence ahing the shore 
ot saul l.ay to the place ..f heginning. one ni.-nil..'r. 

.10. All that (...rtion ..f the fitv and Cuntv ..f San Franci-co 
iK.inuled as K.llows: Cmim.'ncing at th.- inters.-.tion of th.- 
center of Bryant an.l Third Streets, cntinuin- tien... along 
Uie .-.•nter .4 th.- l..ll.ming named str.vts: Brvant t.. F.mrth. 
1-ourth to Mark.'t. .Mark.t t.) Sto,.kt..n. St..<-kton t.. Sutt.r. Sut- 
t.'r to K.arny. K- arny to Mark.t. .Mark.-t to Third. Thir.l to 
ine jiiace .it lR-gnuiin<:. on.- meinl).-r. 

SO. All that iwrti.)n of the Citv a)i.l C.)untv of San Franeis.-o 
i-nn. ...l as lollows: Conu„..n.-ing at the int.-rsection of F.mrth 
an.t 1 ryant Streets: th.nce al..ng the eent.-r of the foll„wine 
nam.d streets: Bryant to Fitth. Fifth t.. Market, Market to 

V t m" 1 T? ^t"''^^'''- ''""^''" *" «t"ckt""- Sto,-kt..n t... Mar- 
K.t. .Mark.-t to ^ourth, and Fourth to place of h.-ginning. one 
ineint>er. ^ " 

iJirrV^ tl'-'t portion of the City and Conntv ..f San Franeisro 
rH.un.lcd as follows: Commencing at th.- int.-rs.-ction of Fifth 
" '1 iiryant Mr.-ets. continuing tlien.e al-mg the e.-nter of the 

Market to iaylor, Taylor to Sutter. Sutt.-r t.. .Mas.-n. Ma.s.-n to 



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Market, Market to Filth, and Fifth to the ]ilace of h.-ginning, 
one nieiniier. 

SS. All that i)ortion .if tlie City and Cunty of San Francisco 
boumled a.s follows: Connnencins.' at the intersi-ction of Sixth 
and Bryant Streets, .-ontinuing thence al.mg tlie center of the 
f.dlowing nanie.l str.-.ts: Bryant tiSeventli. S.-venth to Market, 
Market to McAllister. .McAllister to Leavenworth, Leavenworth 
to SuUer, Sutter to Taylor. TayL.r to Market, M;irket to Sixth, 
and Sixtli to the place of lieginniiis;, one niemher. 

SI). All that portion of th.- City and County ..f San Francisco 
h.)unde<l as follows: Coinmenciim at the inters.-etion .if Bryant 
an.l Seventh Stn^ets. continuing ihenee al.mg the center of the 
following nani.'<l streets: Bryant t.) Eighth, Eighth to Market, 
Markit to Larkin, ],arkin to Sntt.-r, Sutter t.> Leavenworth, 
Leavenw.irth to McAllister. .McAllister to Market, Market to 
Seventh, an.l Seventh to the plac of I»eginnin2, one memher. 

-10. All th.it ]iortion of tlu- City and County of San Francisco 
liound.'d as follows: Coinmi-iuin;; at th.' intersecti.m of Bryant 
and Eighth Str.-ets, continuing tiience along the center of the 
following nam.'d streets: Bryant to El.'ventli, Eleventh to Mar- 
ket. .Market to N'au N.-ss, Van N.-ss to Sutter, Sutter to Larkin, 
Larkin t. Market, Market to Ei.'iith, and Eighth to the place 
of lieginning. .tne meinlwr. 

41. .\11 that jiorti.ni of th.- <'ity and dunty .if San Francisco 
bound.-.l as follows: Coinin.-nciiiL' at the intersecti.>n of Hyde 
Street with th.- waters of th.- I!ay of San Francisco, ontinu- 
ing thence along the center i<{ Hyde Str.'et t.) the center .if Cali- 
fornia Street: thence along the . i-nter of California Street in a 
direct line to its intirs.cti.m wiih tin' east line of th.- City 
Cemetery; thence n.irth.rly in a direct line to the waters of the 
Pacific Ocean; thence along tie -^h.ire in an easterly direction 
to the jilace of h.'ginning. .mi- ni'inlK'r. 

42. .\11 that iiortion of tli.' City and C.mnty of San Francisco 
b.iunded as follows: C.imminciii>_' at the intersecti.>n of .\v.'nue 
B and tin- wat.-rsof the I'M.iiic O-i-an, continuing th.-nce al.mg 
the cent.rof th.' f.illowini; n.-nm-d streets: Avenue B to First 
Av.-nue. First .\ venue to Turk Sir et,Turk t.i Devisader.i, Devis- 
adi-ro to E.l.ly. E.My to Van .N'ss, Van Xess to Sutter. Sutter 
to Hyde, lly<ie t.> Culif.irnia. I'alit'ornia to the cast line of the 
City Cemetery; thenc' north. -riy in a ilirect line to the waters 
of the Pacific Oi-ean; thence .iImmi.' the shore in a westerly and 
eoutiierly direction to the pla.-.-ni iH-ginning. tog.-ther with the 
islands kn.iwn as the Farallon ■ Islands, one memlier. 

4.S. .Ml that jMirtion of lie- Citi and C.iunty .if San Francisco 
boundi-d as follows: Conine nein.' at the infersi'ction .if .\ venue 
B anil the wat>-rs .if fin- Pacific . • -.-an, c.intiniiing th.-n.-e along 
the .-.-nt.-r of th.- foHowinL' nam- .1 streets: .\v.-nu.- B to First 
Avenue, First .\venue to Turk. Turk to D.'visa.l-r.i. Devisa.lero 
to Eit.lv. Ed.lv to Van Ness. V:oi Ness to Fell, Fell to Slanyan, 



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iSacrniiii'iito to Kt'arnv. Kearny to Suttvr. !?iitt<'r to Stockton 
Btoekton to Paoitic. riieilic to the water-; of tlie IJay of Siin' 
FraiKiHeo; thence alonu' the shore of -iuid liav to tiicjilaee of 
begiiuihitr.to).'ether witli all the waters of the Hay of San Fran- 
eiseo, luiil the ishmcU r.>!itaine<l therein, situated witliin tlie 
liiiinnhiries of the City ami t'ounty of San Fraiieiseo. one 
nieniher. 

32. All that [lortion of the I'ity and County of San Franoiseo 
liouiwled as follows: CoMitneneinjr at the intersection i>f I'acitic 
Street and tlie waters of the Hay of San Franejseo. continuinL' 
tiierue alona the center of the following named streets: I'acitic 
to Sto( kton, Stockton to Sutter. Sutter to Mason. Masun to 
(ireen. (ireen to tlie water-: of the' Bay of San Fraiieiseo; thence 
aloiiii the shore of said l!;iy of San Franeisro to tiie jilac- of 
lie<:innin^'. one nieinl>er. 

.■;•">. .\11 tliat jiostion of the City and County of San Fraiicii-cu 
liouiided as folliiws: Cotnnienein)j at the jxiint of iiiterse<'tion of 
Green Street and the waters of the ]5ay of San Francisco, eon- 
tinuinj: thence alunc the center of the follmvin.sr named street*; 
Green to Mason. Mason to Sutter. Sutter to Jones. Jones to 
(treenwieh, (ireeiiwieh to the waters of the J}ay of San Fran- 
cisco; thence alui;; the shore of s^aid hay to the']iiace of hcirin- 
ninp. one meinher. 

."U. All that |».rtionof the City and County of San Francisco 
Ixiunded as follows; Cuniiiieiieinsr at the intersection of Green- 
wich Street and the waters of the Hay of San Francis<-o. con- 
tinuiiiL' thence along the center of the followinjr named streets: 
Greenwich t.. Junes. .[.,nrs to Sutter. Sutter to Hyde. Hyde to 
the waters i>f the Bay of Sun Francisco; thence along the shore 
ol said liay to the jihice of lii-^inning. one niemher. 

:{•'). .\11 that jKirtion uf the City and County of San Francisco 
Iwunded as follows: Coinnieneinjr at the intersection of the 
center of Bryant and Third Streets, continuing thence alciiir 
the center of tlie tollowini; named streets: Brvant ti- Fourth. 
Fourtii to Market. .MMrk, t to Stix'kton, Stockton to Sutt. r. Sut- 
ter to Kearny. Kearny t.. Market. Market t . Third. Third to 
the [.lace iif hcginning. one niemher. 

M. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisc, 
hounded as follows: Coinmencing at the intersection .,f Fourth 
and Bryant Street:": thence alone the center of the tolluwinir 
named streets: Bry.int t.. Filth. Fifth to Market. Market to 
Mason. Mason to Sutter. Sutter to Stockton. Stockton to .Mar- 
ket. Market to Fourth, ami Fourth to jdace of heginning, one 
meinher. 

•!.. All that jiortion of the City and Countv of San Francisco 
tK>uiided as follows: Coiiinienciiig at the intersection of Fifth 
and Bryant Streets, continuinir theiue ah>ng the c.-nter of the 
loUowing naineil strcts: Brvant t.i Si.\th. Si.vth to Market, 
Market to Tayh.r. Taylor to Sutter. Sutti r to .Mas.ni. .Mason to 



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Market, Market to Fifth, and Fil'ih to the place of iieginning, 
one niemher. 

3>^. All that portioJi of the City and County of San Francisco 
Iwuiided as followa: Commencin'.' at the intersection of Sixth 
and Bryant Streets, continuing tlienco along the center of the 
following name<l streets: Bryant ti Seventh, Seventh to Market, 
Market to McAllister. McAllister to I.eavenwortli, Leavenworth 
to Sutter. Sutter to Taylor, Taylor to Market, Market to Sixth, 
an<l Sixth to the )daco of Ipciriiiniiig, one memlier. 

:VJ. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco 
hounded as follows: Conimencii:i; at the intersection of Bryant 
and Seventh Streets, continuing llieiice along tlie center of the 
following named streets: Bryant to Eighth, Eighth to .Market, 
Market to Larkin. l.arkiii to Sutter. Sutter to Leavenworth, 
Leavenworth to McAllister, .Mc.Mlister to Market, Market to 
Seventh, and Seventh to the ]il:He of heginning. one niemher. 

41). .Ml that portion of the t iiy ami County of San Francisco 
hound'tl as fidlows: Conimeneing at the intersection of Bryant 
and Eighth Streets, coutinuiiifr thence along tlie center of the 
toHowing named streets: Bryant to Eleventh, Eleventh to .Mar- 
ket. .Market to Van Ness, Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Larkin, 
Larkin to Market. Market to Eiilith, and Flighth to the place 
of heginning. one nie!ni>er. 

41. .Ml that portion of the City and Couity of San Francisco 
lioundcd as follows: Cominenciiiir at the iitersection of Hyde 
Street with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, continu- 
ing theiuc along the center of Hyde Street to the center of Cali- 
fornia Street; thence along the center of California Street in a 
direct line to its intersection wiih the east line of the City 
Cemeterv; thence northerly in a direct line to the waters of the 
I'acitic Ocean; thence along tlie -hore in an easterly direction 
to the place of heginning. one niemher. 

4-_'. -Vll that ]iortion of the iiiy and County of San Francisco 
houtided as follows: Coinniencini.' at the intersi'ctioii of .Vveuue 
B and the waters of the Bacilic O.eaa, continuing thence along 
the centirof the foUowing n:uiied streets: Avenue B to First 
Avenue, First .Vvenue to Turk Street, Turk to Devisadero. Devis- 
ailero to Eddv. E<ldy to Van Ness, Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter 
to Hvile. Hvde to California. California to the east line of the 
Citv'Cemelerv: thence northerly in a direct line to the waters 
of the I'acitic Ocean; thence along the shore in a westerly and 
southerlv direction to the jdaee el' heginning. together with the 
islands known as the Faralh-ne Islands, one niemher. 

4:5. .\11 tlnit jHirtioiiof the t'ity and County of San Francisco 
IxMinded as follows: CoinnieiieiiiL' at the intersection of Avenue 
15 and the waters of the Paeitie ' leean. continuing thence along 
the ci'iiter of the foUowing mini' d streets: Avenue B to First 
Avenue, First Avenue to Turk. Turk to Devisad'To. Devisadero 
to E.idv. Eddv to Van Ness. Van Ness to Fell. Fell to Staiiyan, 



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ritanyiin to l». I> toihr w.itiTS of thr I'lioific ()i-t;m; tlicn.-o along 
tlu' f^liori' of sail! lucaii to tlio |plact' of lir;;ininii!i. one menihor. 

44. All that portion of tho City and County oi' San Francisco 
Uiuntk'd a>» follows: (.'oiiiuioncincr at the iiittTPCction of Avenn« 
D and thi' waters of tli'' Pacific Ocean, continuing thence along 
the ci'iiter of the follow iiig nanietl siticet?: Avenue 1) to Stan- 
van. Stanyan to Fell. Fdl to Van Xess. Van Ness to Market, 
Market to Eleventh. Klev.'nth to Channel. Cliannel to Harrison, 
llarri.-on to Fourteenth. Fourteenth to (Juerrero. (iuerrero to 
Kigiitecnth: tlience alon<.: Kiu'hteenth to its westerly end; tlience 
in a direct line westerly to an intersection of tlie eastern limit 
of K Street (or Avenue); thence along K to tlie waters of tlie 
I'aciric Ocean; thence northerly along the shore to the jdace of 
heginiiing. one ineinher. 

4-'). All tliat jiortion of the City and ('ounty of San Francisco 
hounded as follows; Cotnnieneitip at the intersection of (iuerrero 
and Fourteenth Streets, coiitiiuiing tlience along the center of 
the following named streets; Fourteenth to Harrison, Harrison 
to Cliannel. Channel to Bryant. Ifryant to Seventh. ."Seventh to 
Mississipjii. Mississippi to Napa. Napa to Twentietli. Twentieth 
to (iuerrero. and (iuerrero to the jdaceuf heginning. one nienilier. 

40. .Ml that portion oi' tlie City and County of San Francisco 
lioumled as follows; Coiiiiii'neii'.g at tlic intersection of Bryant 
Street and the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named streets; Bryant 
to Seventh. Seventli to Mississip[>i. .Mississi))iii to Najia, Napa 
to the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, and thence along the 
shore of said liay to the place of beginning, one niemher. 

47. All tliat |>ortion of the City and County of San Franciscf) 
Iwunded as loilows; Cotiinioneing at the intersection of Najia 
Street and the waters of tiie Bay of San Francisco, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named streets: Napa 
to Howard. Howard to .\rniy, .\nny to .Mission; thence along 
the county road to its intersection with the iioundary line 
dividing the Counties of San F'rancisco and San Mateo; thence 
along said Itoundary line to its intersection with the waters of 
the Bay of San Frnncisco; thence along the shore of said hay 
to the place of heginning. one nieml.er. 

4>>. .\U that portion of the City and County of San Francisco 
Ixiunil'd as follows: Coiuineiu-ing at the intersection of K Street 
and the waters of the Haeific Ocean, continuing thence along 
the center of the followinir iiameil -treets; K to its easterly 
limit; thence in a direct line to the westerly eiiil of Eighteenth, 
P^itrhteentli to (iuerrero, (itii-rrero to Twintieth. Twentieth to 
Howard. Howard to .Vrniv. Army to Mission; thence along the 
county ro.'id to its intersi I'tion with the tjoundary line dividing 
till' Counties of San Franci-co and .'^an .\lateo; thence along said 
line to the waters of the Pacific Ocean; thence along the nhore 
of said oeejin to the \ilnri- of hiMtiiining. one member. 



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49. The County of San Man>o, one member. 

50. The Count V of Santa Cruz, one member. 

.31. All that portion of Alameda County comprising the Town- 
ships of Murrav and Washington, and that certain jiortioil of 
Eden Township within the eorj. .rate limits of the Town ot Hay- 
wards, aiul that portion of said Fd'Mi Township known as Castro 
Valley eh ction precinct, descrilx-d as f.dlows, to wit: Commeiu- 
ing at a jK.int where the northeilv line of the Town of Hay- 
wards is intersected liv the dividing line between San I^irelizo 
and Castro Vailev ehc'tioii pn-cincts thence along said dividing 
line of said precincts to the middle line of San Leandro » reek; 
thence easterlv and northerly aleng the middle line ot saiU 
creek to the dividing line .>f Alameda and Contra Costa toun- 
ties- thence easterlv and southerlv along said divnlmg hue ot 
said' counties to its "point of iiilers.rtion with the dividing line 
of Eden and Murrav Townships aforesaid; thence along saia 
dividing line Wuwi-n Eden and .Murray Townshiji-'r to tli.' cor- 
ner of Ellen, Murrav, and Washington Townships; thence 
westerlv along the T' ■' dividing the Townships ot W ashmptou 
and Eden to the middle of the mountain road Iron. Haywards; 
tlience northcrlv along the middle of said road to tne southerly 
boundarv line 'of the Town of Haywards; thence along tlie 
IxmndarV line of Haywards and Castro Valley election precincts 
to the iilace of beginning, one meiuber. 

5-2 \11 that portion of Ahmuda County ..ompri..*ing so much 
of Ede.i Township as is not included in the Fiftv-hrst Assembly 
District, Kud thai ,«.rtion of Br..,klv,. Township lying outsu 
of the City of Oakland, and all of Alameda Township, cue 

'"sS.'^Ail that i.irtio.i of Alameda County com,.rising the Sixth 
and Fourth Wards of the City of Oakland, ^l^^j^'f ^ *,^ .^;l^:?"rj 
JWinning at the point in th- w.-t-ily line ol the^e^elth \\ ard 
wh:^e the same .s'iutersectcd by Tenth ^n^t pn^u.^ ; hence 
we*t=rlv along said Tenth Street to Adalme S reet, th. a. e 
r<.utherlv along sai.l Adaline Street to the northerly line o 
Ua. eda Townshij,; thence easterly along saul line of Alameda 
Tow <1 p to where the sanu is inlcrseeteii by the dividing In e 
I etwee the said Sixth a.ul Seventh Wards; bene. northerl> 

hni said dividing line to the p-int of beginning, one mend-er^ 
"4 Ml that portion of Aland 1 County comprising the l•lr- 
W rd of t le Citv of Oakland, being all that portion of said 
Civ of (Oakland Iving west of Adaline Street ; and al that por- 
tioi. of the Countv of Alameda, beit.g a portion of O.iUa.d 
Towniiip. lying outside of said City o, 0>;'^l^-';l- ;-';; l^,^; 
follow^- Commencing at the interaction of the northern charter 
,e ofth CitvofOakhuidvitl. the dividing line Utween 
Iv an. Ten leseal election preeinets: thene.- northcrlv along 

aid d V d ..; line to where it interacts the ^utherly lm« 



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of Hcrkcley ck'ctinn prccinft; thonoi' westerly alnnp; said lini' 
(if siiiil licrkclcy clpfticn precinct to tli(» dividing line lutwrfu 
Hcrkili y unil \Vfst Berkeley election ]irefincts: thence nortli- 
eily :il(ini; s:ii<l dividing' line last named t<> the sontlierlv line 
of Ocean \'iew election precinct; thence easterly almig said last 
iianii'd line to the ilividing line hetween Alameda and Contra 
t'lpsta Counties; thence northwesterly and westerly along saiil 
Alanu'ila and Contra Ci^sta iKUindary line of Alameda Countv 
and til? City and County of San Francisco; thence soutiierlv 
alnng saiil last named l)oundary line to the said northerii 
charter line of tlie City nf Oakland; thence easterly along said 
last named line to the |»'int of iicginning, one nienili<T. 

•')■">. All that iiortioii of Alameda Cuinity coinprising the 
Second ami Third Wards of the City of Oakland, and tiounded 
as fnjlows: Commencing at the intersection of the nortliern 
charter line of the City of Oakland with the center line of 
Adaline Stri'ct; thence southerly along said center line of 
Adaline Strict to where the same is intersecteil hy tlie center 
line of Tenth Street: thence easterly along said cent<r line of 
Ti'uth Street to the Center line of Hroadway; thence nortlii-rlv 
along the center line of Broadway to the dividing line hetweiii 
the Second and Fifth Wards; thence easterly along said divid- 
ing line last nanx d to the dividing line hetween the Second 
and Seventh Wards; thence northerly along said last named 
line to the said northern charter line; thence westerly along 
said last named line to tlie point of beginning, one mendier. 

•")(>. All that portion of Alameda County comprising all of 
Oakland Township outside the City of Oakland, and not in- 
• luded in the Fifty-fourth Assendily District, and all of the 
City of Oakland cuistituTing the Fifth ami Seventh W.ards, not 
included in th.' Fifty-third. Fifty-fourth, and Fifty-lifth Assem- 
lily Districts, one menitier. 

o". The County of Contra ("<ista. one mendier. 

oS. All that ]iortion of tic County of San Joaijuin eomiirising 
the City of Stockton, one memher. 

o'.t. All that portion of San .Ioni|uin Countv not in(duded in 
the Fifty-eighth District, one member. 

tin. The County of Amador, one memtn'r. 

(i1. The County of Calaveras, one menilK>r. 

<>2. The County of Tuolumne, one memlxT. 

<■).■{. All that jiortion of the County of Santa Clara eomjirising 
the Townsliips of Alniaden. Redwood, Fremont. Alviso, an<l 
Santa Clara, one memlirr. 

<i4. AH that j.ortion .if the County of Santa Clara comprising 
the City of San Jos('. one mcmlier. " 

<>■'). All that i>oTtion i,f Santa Clara Countv comprising the 
Townships of Milpitas, Murnett, and (Jilroy", and all of the 
Township of San .Iose,exe.|,t tlie City of San ".Jos«', one memher. 

'•'_>• The County of Stanislaus, one memher. 

<;.. The Counties of Mireeil ami .Mariposa, oni' memher. 



6S. The County of San Benito, one member. 
69. The County of Monterey, om- member. 
TO. The County of Fresno, one iiieml)er. 

71. The Countv of Tulare, one meml)«r. 

72. The Counties ..f Alpine, M.nv., and Inyo, one member. 

73. The County of San Luis ()l,i-]M), one memlier. 

74. The County of Santa I'.arliara, one member. 

75. The Counties of Kern and V. ntura. one memlier. 

76. .Ul that Jiortion of Los AnL'.les County contained in the 
Townshijis of Soledad. San Fernando, El Monte. San Gabriel, 
La Ballona, Azusa. Wilmington, San Antonio, and all that por- 
tion of Los Angeles Township not contained within the city 
limits of Los Angeles City, one meinijer. 

77. That ]iortion of Los Angeles County contained within the 
limits of the Citv of Los Angeles, one memher. 

7.S. The County of Orange and all that jiortion of the County 
of Los Angeles not included in the Seventy-sixth and Seventy- 
seventh Assembly Districts, one member. 

7;t. The County of San Bernardino, one member. 

S(». The County of San Dieg.i. eue member. 

The Legislature, at its twentv.ighth session, jirojiosed an 
amendment to Section S. Article XI, rebating to the adojHion of 
charters of cities. The Constitution jirovides that the Legisla- 
tnn' shall submit amendments to the jjeojile in such manner 
an.l at such time as is e.xjiedient. The Legislature having 
failed to jirovide for the submission of the above amendment, 
I am not justified in calling ui«)n the people to vote thereupon. 

\m\ I do hereby ofter a rewanl of one hundred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of anv and every person violating any 
of the jirovisi.ins of Title IV, I'art I, of the Penal Code; sucli 
rewards to be paid until the total amount hereatter expended 
for the purjiose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

In witness where-if. 1. 1!. W. Waterman, Governor of the State 

of California, have hereunto <et my hand and caused the Great 

Sealof the State to be aHixed. at tiie City of Sacramento on this 

the lir<t day of October, in the year ot our Lord one thousand 

-right hundred and ninety. 



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ELECTION PROCLAMATION. 



State of Califoriiiat / 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. ] 

Notice is hereby given that a special election -will be held in the 
County of Butte on 

Saturday, the Seventeenth day of January, A. D. 1891, 

to elect a State Senator from the Fourth District, composed of the County 
of Butte, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of C. L. Pond. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any and every person violating any of the provisions 
of Title IV, Part I, of the Penal Code; such rewards to be paid until the 
total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten 
thousand dollars. 

In Witinsa Whereof, I, R. W. Waterman, Governor 
of the State of California, have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal of the 
State to be affixed, at the City of Sacramento. 
[seal.] on this the sixth day of January, in the year 

of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and 
ninety-one. 

R. W. WATERMAN, 

Covarnor. 

Attest: 

E. G. WAITE. 

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It bocjnos n^; painful drty, as tho Exccrtivo 
of this Stato, to aanornco oificially tho doath of Jcnoral riliia.: 
TociiLia-^h ohorr-.an. The wholo nation is in rnorrninf., an^ ?vory 
ovidonco of roGrtoct that a f ratoful pooplo ia capable of inanif astinf , 
sl\ouid bo, and I douLt not, v;ill bo exproas'Jd in moinor; ol hir., 
rho upon all occasions drrim. hi3 ^vchtfi'l iifo LTanifostod :;i'ch 
loyalty an' such unoxanpiol devotion to tho intorosts of this 
nation. 

Ho wa3 th-3 1: st 01 tho throo f,roat Union Oonorala to to ; 
and tho nation rill fo^^v^^ chorish his r.oiriorf as one of the 
rroatnst mlitary ;.:3u of ^h"! if o. So lonf: as this nation livos, 
th5 nmios of Grant, Shexic&n "^ Sh?ridan will ro. ain ^non on tho 
oafor; of h'^r histonr, 

Thilo ro 30 do-;ply co^rn his los:, lot us thank Sod for s'^annj 
hiG Iifo in tli-> tun of ovr ^^roatost r.ood of ". i:r. an. tjiat ho has 
hoiTi allowed to onjoy to tho fri.ost oxtont tho confid":nca, ftonro- 
ciation i^.. aff-j^tion 0. .» rrat":fvi poopl3, dTirinf h\ docimin^ 



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Grcnor 1 Cl\on:^^n vras in yo'-'th a soicliir o-. ovr coil ; in aftor 

yoars, a citi'ion of our Stato, anl ra3 a cor.staat anl dovotod iriond 

of CaliTornia -iRfl doarly boiovod by our pooplo. TfioroToro, I, 

Hor.r^,' H. ll:. ri.h.ja, Govomor oi tho Stato of CaiifoiT.ia, do horouy 

r-^coir-Tiii ari a vi:.T\ of apnrociation of hi-:; '-orth as a soldior and 

citizon, that tho flags oi. th: several Public JuiidingG of tho 

Stato, as aino wTnty, Lvnicip:.! and Scaocl, bo nk.coc at kxlf mast 

r.nd 30 r"'!T.in for thirty dayj. It is air.o raccn-.ondod as a fi^rthor 

j.-^arL 01 rosroct, that o;i th- day oi Uio obsoquios both Kougos of ti\o 

Lorialaturo adjo^'m, and all pu.blic buainosG bo suspondod at tho 

Capitol buildmjjo for tho day, 

III TESTIiiOilY THEREOF, 1 h:.vo horoun-.o 
sot rny hand and cr.usod tho Groat 
Soal of tho Stato to brj afiixod 
at thn City of Sacrjuvanto, Cali- 
forniri, Mis IGth day of Fjbruarj'-, 
A. D. Sight ?on Hundrod and Kin-jty 
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EXECUTIVE D E P A i' T M E N T 
STATE OF A I. 1 F R N I A. 

April 13th, lb9i. 



In coi.ip.on '.VI -'h; "-.bo neoi-^lo 






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reached me of the si^dden death of Hon. Robert V/. Vfaternun Ex. 



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He has b:;Gn idor.tifiod with California from a very early von 



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and has assisted vei 
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serially ir. th? dovolonrnent oi hor 



3y hio, death, tho fariiy lose an md^.'if -nt 
md fati'or, and the State, an honored citizen. 



and lovinf- hi'sband 



In r cognition, thorofore, of tho hieh standing in the soi 



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)i the State, to which he has boon cai 



called, I. H. H. MARKHAM, Governor 



of the State of California, do hereby rocoin:.end that the flags 
on all nnblic bviidincs be placed at half rast for ±0 ne^'iod of 
thirty day;^, an^ that the offices at tl^e State C pitol be closed 



leral. 



IN TESTIMON*^' WHEREOF, I have set i:^r 
hand and carsed the Groat Seal of 
State to be affixed at Sacrai.eito 
tnis the 13th day of April m tho 
year of our Lord one thousand 



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SQcrotan* of State 



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and fa tier, an^i the State, an honored citizen. 

In r cofT.iLion, th^rnfore, of the hieh standing in the service 
CI the State, to which he has been called, I. H. H. MARKKAM, Governor 
of the State of California, do hor^-1;^^ r^cci:i end that the flags 
on all nublic briidiPiCS bo placed at half uast for the period of 



thirty d: 



and that the offices at ti~ie State C nitol be closed 



on the dav of h ' .^ fi-nei'al, 



IN TESTIMOJf' WHEREOF, I have set rrr*^ 

hand and carsed the Great Seal of 
State to be affixed at Sacraif:er.to 
this the 13th day of April m the 
year of oiir Lord one thousand 



aif.ht hundred and ninety one, 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 
SACRAMENTO. CAL. 



P R C L A !< A T I N. 



May 29, 1891, 



Havir.f b^on of-^iciallv notified by the Tn:ste-'?s of tlie 



• Roforn Sohool for Juvenile Offcndor: 



located at Vfhiittier, 



Califcrr.ia, that the said ir-.-ititrtion will ba ir. rsadiness for 
the proper reception of irratos by the first da.'"' of Ji'ly, A. D. 
1891, ir. accordance v.'ith the nrovisions of Sectio:. 15, Chapter 



CVIII 0.' ^.he Statrter^ of California, nac^ne- 



ti.o 28th Cession 



' ■" th^ Logislati^re, in 18b9, 

I, H. H. MARKKA M, Governor of the State of 
California, do heroby rnal^o nnbiic proclairation of that fr.ct. 

There foro, on and after said first da" of Jrly, A. n. 
1891, it shall be larf^'l for said Board of Tn^stees to receive 
into its care and p.rardianship infants betroen the aros of ten 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 
SACRAMENTO, CAL 



• :/- eichteon yoars coiiittod to its ci-stody, to lo carod for 

aocordinc to law. 

IN TFSTIMOIJY FriERFOF, I l.-ve b?roto 
f^ot vy h".:".'", c.i.' :<v^''i the Jr.? at 
Sea.1 Oi State to be affixod at 
't'i^.rr- ortc this tv/er.t^' ninth da\' 
of May in the year cf orr I oi-d 
on3 thnrsr-nd ei^ht h-'ndrod and 
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Seerotar" of Stato. 



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EXECJTIVE DEPAilTMPKT , 

t^TAlE jf CAlIi\MNIA. 

Drnnj; th? past ;'ear, tno inliauitar.to of tiie Staf? of 
Caliiorr.ia havo mjoyed ir. a marked d?r_,r3':! tiig bi3s:urifo of hoaith, 
neaoT and nrnr^p-irity, and havs enat cavs? to bo tivankfi'l to the 
Aimiihty. 

I, th^r^fon, an-'Oir.t Th'Tsday the 26 tn da;- of !,^ove:nber inst. 
as a da." of pr.biic th.ankseivint-, and r9C0jni'ienn its obsoi'vance m a 
. ...3r b'^fittiup a p.ratefri ^.nd nrosn^rors n?ople. 



TKb'TIMjm' 7^'EREO?, 1 ha' e h3r3rnto 
set my hand and carsed the {• reat Seal 




of ttate to je affixed at 
t^tate Oanitoi on this the 



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sixteenth day of Noveinb'^r, A. D. 
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TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS lAAY COME, G r e o t i n g : 

WHEREAS, I have been requested by varic.r.s labor organiza- 
tions to recoi-iiBnd tha+. M 0^ n d a y S«pt«ib«r th« 5*J\,A. D. 1892- 

be observed as a holiday, and it being made to apoear to Lie b,^- tlie 
representatives of said organizations that the laboring clasoss 
of ti'.a State generally inU-^nd to celebrate tlio above day in a be- 
fitting manner as LA30R DAY ; 

NOW THEREFORE, I , H. H. MARKHAI4, Governor of the State of 
California, by virtre of tl^e novver in me vested, do hereby designate 
and set api.n Monday. Uie tlh da;- of September, A. D. 1892, as a 
public holiday;/'. 

IN T"STIMON^' VmEREOF I have hereunto 
set ii\j/ hand and carserl the Great 
Seal of the State of Caiiforr.ia 
to be affixed at the State Capitol 

•"on tlus th.e 23rd day of Jime, 

►A. D. 1892. 

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COLDIIBUS DAT. 
P ^ O-P-k^ k A T I N. 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

WHEREAS, the President of the United States, in pursorace of a 
joint resolution of the Senate and House of Representatires in 
Congress assembled, has issued a proclamation appointing- Friday, 
October 21st, A. D. 1892, the Four Hundredth Annirersaiy of the dis- 
coYery of ALierica by ColULibus, a general holiday for the people of 
the United States : 

NOW THEREFORE, I. H. H. MARKHAM. Gorernor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby designate and appoint Columbus Day October 21st, 
A. D. 1892 as a public holiday j and as the idea of celebrating the 
day first originated with the scholars of the public schools, I 
suggest that that institution be made the center of all local 
demonstrations • 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set ny 
hand and caus ed the great seal of 
State to be affixed at Sacraconto this 



29th day of August, A. D. 1892, 



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PROCLAMATION. 



State m- (."alifornia. i 

ErK< ITIVR Drpartmrm. / 

SACBaMKNTO, AUgU«^t »".. IWJ. > 

WHKHKAS, The I-^eli-lalnre of the State of 
?T t'alifornia, ;.t iUs twenty ninth wsslon. U-- 
irinniu): on the tlfih day of January. A. I). l-'-'l. 
two thinly of all tho memberj* eleca»ii lo each "f 
the two hout«s of sHid l^cisUturc vntiiiir in 
fftTor thcrt-of, proptwed the folluwlng described 
nmendmentt' to the Cou^titutiou of the State of 
I'iiUfurnia, lo wit. 

AmrndmenI Blumber One. 

[Souaif i-ousiiimional Atnendment No. 10.] 

AUTICLE IV. 

Sertion _', The st*«s;ons of the IX!Ri«Ut»iri.' 
shall coiumomx' at I^ oVlotk m. on the first Moii 
day after the Iin*i dav of JauiiAry nexi -ucceeU 
infi; the ei*H*tiun of its meint»er?'. and ^hatl t-e 
bloanial.nnle!»Mhel;ov■e^lo^^hal.inlheinu■riln 
(•onvene the l,«ci.«liitnre ^v proclamation. So 
l>Ay »haU U' allowed lo meint^ers for a lonKer 
jK-rifxl than out" hundre<l d.tys, and no till j-hall 
be intn^dnced in either hou^e after the expint 
tioii of -ilxiv da» from the eommeneement of 
each fie<tdon'. wu'hout ih«con«eii: .>f tvvoti.lrd- 
tt( the rnemhpnt thert-o:. 

AmenduieuC 5fnmber T»o. 

I.\*»em01y Con^lituiional Amc'.tdmeut No. 7.j 

Ahtulk XI. 
SecUo:! }<. No eoimiy. city, town, township. 
Hoard o I K !u<*aii"rii. or Mdi-'ol dlftrici whall in- 
cur any Indebtt'diies^ or liubilhT. in «iiy man- 
ner, or f»ir any pnrxK»M-. fXceedlnK in any year 
the lne»Miie and revenue provide*! lor it for !»nch 
ycrtr. without the Kfseiu (»f two thirtl* of the 
• pjallrted elecior- thereof vniing at an ele*Mlon 
lit Ine held for that iMiriH»>e. nor unle*".. i>efore or 
At the time of Incittrln,- iiuch tndel'iedne*i". pro- 
vision >hall \>e made i<>r the collection of an 
atmiml tax sufficient to pny liie iuierent on *neh 
indei'tedi.c*«»* it fall* due. and al!«o p^^vi''ion 
toci.»ri-:l:iite A^inkiiiiE fund for the payment of 
The priu'-ipal ihereof on or b«ioi% maturity, 
whicli nhftll not exceed forty yean* from the 
time of (iontntrtiiic the Muie. Any indebte<i- 
! e«iOrllaMUiy iruurre^l eoutrary to tbU pro 
\i*ion f^liallbe void. 

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section IV .\ l.lent'Miant fioTemor dhall b« 
elected a I the •^ame time K?)d plaee and In th« 
►ani#* manner A* the tiovernor. and hi« term of 
•trrtee and hi- 'itialtfleatiotm of «:ieiMlity "hall 
fiUn be tho sMme ll« thail t>e l'r<.-«tdeiit id th« 
.xenate. Imh "httll hare onlj n > a-tirni vote there- 
in. He *hHU «'*•>. when the -i«*naie 1- tiol m 
«eM«)oti. vl-it uM the ^ute tiiKiiintiont. pii* >n«. 
ref'-rnmi TV •ch«»"t». a^yl'iiii!'. and --ther l:i»tl 
tniioii*. HnptMirtod tu w'hoU or in part hT ttiv 
f>iatv. and make eari'tul exKminatnin* of the 



lime* duriniilhcircontinuance in office, receive 
for their i»er>ices a comjH nwitioH, which shall 
not tw iMcnift«e«l nor dlminidhed durinn th«- 
term, wt.icli C"mi>e!isntion is hereby lixed f»>r 
the loUowinK ofllcers for the two termn next 
enNum^ the adoption of tlii-n Coiutttntion. as 
foUowi): <ioTenior, cix thon^^and ($4'».iMJ) do: 
Ian per annnm; the .Vttomey-»teneral. three 
ihoiiKHnd t$:;.(Ktti) doUar>i per Hiinnm: the 
^MM•reta^v nf sute, Controller. Treaaurer. three 
ihiHiMind (H.***'^) dollars each per annum: Sur- 
veyor* ieneral. three thoaaaua iJ:M»nt>' dollars 
per annum. Htid for the foUowinc oificer for the 
rractional tt-rm and for the two lerms next en 
•-mini: the fourth day of NoveniU-r. A. 1>. eisrht- 
f'en iiundred and niuety-iwo, usi follows; Lieu 
tenanitiovemor. four thousand (ll.itnu) dollars 
per ammni. and iraveiiuK expenses when he 
TiiiLV hv enipl.jyed in vi-itinj: aud examining 
.-hiie in>tiiutioti«. Such compensation to K* in 
mil for all servicer bv lliem. respectively, ren- 
dered, in any «mtial'eaimeity or employment 
whats4K.'ver. during their r^"*pective terms of 
• .ttiee; pruruift, h<,a:f<e\ that the l.eBl^lat^^e. 
niter the expiration 4»( theirierm* hercjutjelore 
mentioned, may. by Uw. diminish rlie e.imp*»n- 
^a^ion of any or all i-neh otBfx-m, Nut in iii> ca«e 
i-hall have tlie p»nvr to increase the !*ame altove 
the ^\im* lierefiy lited by thl» CoiiHtitniion. 
1 lie l*si*laiiire 'may, in its »li!M'retn»n. af^dlsh 
tlieotUce of -ur\-cyiT-tienefiiI. aud none of the 
officer?' heridni-efoi-e named ^holl rei-elve for 
their own use any f»v>or iiernui^itesfor the per 
f>rrmanteof any officta'i qiuy. 

Atn^ndm^Mt Nnmbrr Feiir. 

[A-j-embly touslUu;!0!iaI Am-ndment V >. "i,; 
Aktici.e IV. 

^eolion Si. No t*ill making an appnipriatioii 
for monev, except the general appniprlaikm 
idll. and the detietencv i»iU for thw appropria- 
tion i>f mouev e\chi*iWly rtevoie«l Tir Uu- "^ ip 
jmrt of The "tieneial tiovemmem iiud state 
iiiMituiiona. shall cuiitatn mort* than one appro- 
priation, and thai for a ^in«^e and ("ertain 
pnrj)"»ie. to in- liirrelu cxpre«>e*J. When the 
deficiency bid is pre^enteil to the tiovernor. he 
n:ay otgei't to one ur more item^. wtiile approv- 
ing oth«r bortioua of the bill. Nnottteer oi tb* 
state -hall have ^»owe^ to Ineur any deficienev 
except in ca** of aci'ial nere*«ty. nnd then 
only npon the wrillen a'llh'rtly. tlr*t oilaine-l. 
"f the <;ovprnor. svemuiry of ?!a(e. and .\t 
lonify iieneral. Any iltdeieney ineurreU in 
violation of thin t'r'»^'l-ion *haU U* void, and 
the Let.'iklature siioll not have the t«>\*er lo 
approprUle money lo pay the '»aine 



[^nate t'onstttutlonal Ameadmeiit No. 1 

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eaeh hoTi». It »hall become the charter of such 
city, iT if such city be consolidated with a 
rounty. then of guchVlty and county, and abaU 
lieconie the orjirtuic law thereof, and super- 
!«e4le any exif^tinK eharter and all amendmen:^ 
tlien»*d,*and all laws tnconsiNtenl with such 
••barter. A ci>py of f^uch charier, certified by 
the Mayor, or chief executive officer, aud 
authentit-aied bv the seal of Huch elty, netting 
forth tlie -uhmisj'ion of ^l!eh charter to the 
elector!*, tttid ItH ratilication by them, shall, after 
the approval of Auch charter by the Lej^fclature. 
>•»• mnoe. in dnpUf^te. and deposited, one in the 
otfiee of the .Secretary of t^tate. and the other. 
.liter bi'inK r^M-onle*! in said Recorder's office, 
-hail \>e dei».>f.ited in the an-hives id the city. 
and thereafter all Court* **haU take judicial 
notice of i^ld i barter. The eharter. so ratified. 
mav he amended at interv-aU of not lens than 
lw(» vearn f'V proiN>*aN therefor, submitted by 
the N'nislallve authority of the city to the 
«jualified eleeti»r« thereof, at a general ors-pecial 
•delation, lield at lea-t forty day- after the pul.:i 
ration of ^uch propocals for twenty days in u 
dally new*pai>er of Reneral circulation la ^ueh 
eirv. and nttifle*! by at leai't thrct^ fifths of the 
t;ualified elector* votlne thereat, and approved 
IV ;h»' I x'tfi stature, a** herein provided lor the 
approval of the eharter. In t'ubmitiing any 
hueh .-barter, or ttiueudmeni-* thereto, any 
allenmtive article or propo!-itlon may be pre- 
-entefi for tlie choice of the voter-, and may be 
voted on «<'parately without prejudi.X' to other?. 
StJW. TIIKUKKOHE. l'ur>nRut to the pro- 
vi-ionaof the t'<mi>iiiuiion, and an Act of the 
|.epit-laiure entiile<l "An Art to provide fur the 
>ubmi«fion o( eenain projM»bed amendments to 
the <on>lilution of the siait; of ralifornia to 
thenuaUrlwd electors for their approval," ap- 
pn>ved March 7. A. !►. WSi, viz.: 'Section 1 
WhenerpT the l.r»ciHlatn.-w »haU propo« any 
amendment >.r araeTidiiients to the t'oufcututiou 
I'f tht" stale, w tiich amendment or amendmeutM 
shall have bt-en pas^ie^i in the manner a:!d f Trn 
re"i'dre«l by nrrtb-n one of article eiKhteen of 
tbe t'onftit'uiion. and no other tnixle is provided 
liv law for the »ubmj(««iiun»f ^uch amendment 
oramendm*"rt* to the pe<tple for their approval, 
it ^hall be ilu diity --i 'he <iovenior m a^lvertia* 
■uch pmpo«**d ameridmenl or amendment^ In at 
lea^l four new*paper'* of general circulation in 
uii-i Stat*, for Tfiree iiionth?^ next precediiut the 
next iieneral elisiion. one of J'aid newi^pai'ep' 
ti'n%t l* puldi*he*i at the ciiy of Saci^mento. 
aud two at the city of San FranciM-o; and la 
i«.*niMk: hi»pr<H*lamation (or an election at which 
uny amendment or amendraentM to the < on^ti- 
tutlon an* t«> N- voted unon. he »hall Inclut'e 
• uch amendment or finit- ndniciit* therein, and 
i.c "hall d« •.innate them bv number>. In the 
..nur in which ttwv haw be«a proposed." The 
'aid amendment* are *nbmltled.tobc »eparate:T 
voie«i up<»n t y l-aliot f-y the iualitit-d electors of 
the -tate. "U 

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Statk oj. Cai.ifdknia. / 

KXECI'TIVK Depaktmknt. \ 

Xolicc is hereby fjiven that a general Llectidii will hv held 
thrmii;h()Ut the State of California on Tuesday, the eighth 
day of November, A D. 1892, ami the following oittcers will 

be ek-ou-.l. nanich 

Nine Electors of President and Vice-President of the 
United States. 

Also, seven Representatives to the Congress of the 
United States, Ui be ei^-cted from the following districts; 

I'roni the I'irst Congressional District, comprising the counties 
of Del Xorte. Siskiyou, Modoc. Hinnboldt, Trinity, Shasta, 
Lassen. Tehama. 1'luma.s. Sierra. Mendocino, Sonoma, Xapa. 
and Marin, one Representative. 

From the .Second Congressional District, comprising the 
counties of Butte. Sutter, Vuba, Nevada. Placer, HI Dor.-ido, 
Amador. Calaveras. Mono, Inyo, Alpine, Tuolumne, Mariposa. 
San Joaiiuin. and Sacramento, one Repre.sentative. 

From the Third Congressional District, comprising the 
counties of Colusa, Volo. Lake, Solano. Contra Costa. .Mameda, 
and (ilenn. one Representative. 

From the Fourth Coiigressional District, comprising all that 
portion of the City and County of San I'rar.cisco bounded as 
follows; Commencing at a point of intersection of the center of 
Leavenworth Street and the bay of San I'rancisco. continuing 
thence along the center of the following nar.ied streets: Leaven- 
worth to Ikoadway. Broadway to Hyde. H^de to Sacramento. 
Sacnmetito to \an Ness .\ venue. \an Ne-- .\ venue to Market. 
Market to l-:ieventh. I-:ieventh to Harri-on. Harris<Mi Injunction 
of Najia and Twentieth; thence along T..Lntiethto Howard. 
Howard to .\rniy. .\rmy to Precila Avenue, i're-cita .\ venue to 
Coluvi. Colusa to .San Bruno Road or A%eiiue: thence along 
San Bruno Road or Avenue to the Ixnnid.iry line dividing the 
counties of San Mateo and San Fr.ancis. .; thence along said 
boundarv line to the Imy of San Franci- > thence along the 
shore of said l»ay to Leavenworth Street t: ; 'ace of Ijcginning. 
with all the islands in the bay of .San i r.iucisco within the 
Ixinndaries of the City and County of .Sati l"ranci)K», one Rep- 
resentative. 

From the Fifth Congressional Pislrict a)niprisinK all that 
jxirtion of the City and County of San F-uicisco not incUideil 
in the Fourth Congressional Diistrict, with the islands known 



as the Farallon Islands. t..gether with the counties ui San Mateo 
and Santa Clara, one Rciiresentative. 

From the Sixth Congressional District, comprising the 
Ci)untieT of Santa Cniz. Ittontefey. San Luis Obispo. Santa 
Barbara. Ventura, and Los Angeles, one Representative 

From the Seventh Cmgressional District, comprising the 
counties of Staiii>laus. Merced, San Benito. l-"resno. Tulare. 
Kern. San Bernardino. Orange, and .San Diego one Representa- 
tive. 



.\Kn. one Representative to the Congress of the United 
States, l.p be e'lL-ctcd Ir. i;u ihe Third C<ingrc^-ion.il Di-inct. in 
accordance with -An Act of the Legislature to di\ide tlie State 
of California into Congressional Districts." approved .March i ^. 
18.S;,, comprising the ounties of Yolo. Sacramento. .Solano. 
Contra Costa. Marin, and .\latneda. for the unexpired term end- 
ing March 4. A 1). 1S9; ■ av bwc-ph .McKenna. re.signed. 

.\lso. State Senators from the following .Sc-natorial Dis- 
tricts: 

From the First District comprising the counties of Del Xorte 
and Humlwldt. one Senator. 

From the Third District, comprising the counties of I'lnmas, 
Sierra, and Xevada. one Senator. 

From the Fifth Dis'r: •', comprising the counties of i;i Dorado 
and Placer, one .Senator. 

From the Seventh District, comprising the counties of Lake 
and Xa])a. one .Senator. 

From the Xinth Di-trict, comprising the o->untv of Solano, 
one .Senator. 

From the I-*leventh District, comprising the counties of Con- 
tra Costa and Marin, one Senator. 

From the Thirteenth District, comi)rising the countv of Sac- 
ramento, one Senator, 

From the I'ifttenth nistriot. comprising the county of San 
Joa(iuin. one Senator, 

_l*rom the Seveiitetntii I listrict, comprising a!! that ]x)rtion 
of the Cit\ and Count> )f San Francisco within the Imundaries 
of the Twenty-eighth ' Tw. iity-ninth A.sserably Districts, 
one .Senator. 

From the XineteL:;,.. ;: : oMnprising all that portion of 
the City ami County of Sun Fraticisco within the Itoundaries of 
IheThirtv-thinl and Tliirty-nt'th .\ssembly Districts, otie .Senator. 

I"rc>m the Twenty-first District. c<)mprising all that jxirtion 
of the City and Count> of .S.m Francisco within the l»oundarics 
of the Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth .X'.xnnbly I»istricts. 
one .Sf nator. 

From the Twenty-thir I District, comprising all that portion 
of the Cit\ ,ind Countv of .S.in Francisco within the l)oundari«s 



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of the Tbirtv-first ami TliirtN -nintli Asst-nibly Districts, one 

Senator. . . ,, , , .■ e 

From the Twenty-fifth District, comprising all that portion ot 
the City and Countv of San Franci.sco within the boundaries of 
the I'orty-tonrthand Forty-fifth Assembly Districts, one Senator. 

From the Twentv-seveiith District, comi)risiiig all that p<ir- 
tion of the county of .Mameda within the boundaries ol the 
Fiftieth and Fift\ -first .\ssembly Districts, one Senator. 

From the Twent\ -ninth District, comprising the counties of 
San Mateo and Santa Cm/, one Senator. 

From the Thirty-first District, amiprising all that portion ot 
Santa Clara Countv within the townships of Redwood, Almaden, 
Gilrov, and Burnett, and the Third Ward in the city of San 
Jose and all of the township of San Jose outside ot the city of 
San Jose, e.xcept the precincts of Berryessa and Orchard, as now 
constituted, one Senator. 

From the Thirty-third District, comprising the counties ol 
San Benito and Monterey, one Senator. 

From the Thirty-fitth District, comprising the counties ot 
Santa Barbara and \'eiitura, one Senator. 

From the Tbirt\ -seventh District, comprising all that jiortion 
of the countv of l.os Angeles included in and comprising the 
following election precincts: All that porti.>iioi the city ot Los 
Angeles included in and comprising the tollownig election pre- 
cincts- Nineteen. Twentv. Twenty-one. Tweiily-two. Twenty- 
three, Twentv-four, Twenty-five, Twenty-six, Tw-enty-seven, 
Twentv-eight! Tweiitv-nine. Thirty, Thirty-one. Thirty-two. 
Thirtv-three, Thirtv-four. Thirty-five, Thirty-six, Thirty-seven. 
Thirtv-eight. Thirtv-nine, Forty, Forty-one. Forty-two. Forty- 
three.' Forty four. Forty-five. Forty-six, and Forty-seven, one 
Senator. . . . 

From the Thirty-ninth District, compnsmg the counties ot 
San Bernardino and Orange, one .Senator. 

Also. Members of the Assembly, as follows : 

From the l"irst District, comprising the counties of Del Norte 

and Siskivou. one memlK-r. 

From the .Secoml District, compri.sing all that portion of 

Humlx>ldt Countv within the townshi]^ < f Orleans. Klamath. 

Trinidad. M.id River. Union. Murek.i. and Huckspoit. one 

member. ■ - .1 

From the Third District. compri.sing all that portion ol Hum- 
boldt County not included in the Second Assembly Uistnct, 

one memlier. ■/■•ft. 

From the Fourth District, comprising thv counties of Tehama 
and Trinitv. one memlier. ■ r ou 

From the Fifth District, coraprishig the counties of l>ha.sta 
and Modfx:, one numljcr. 

From the Sixth District, comprising the counties of I.a.s»en. 
Plumas, and Sierra, one member. 



From the .Seventh District, compri.sing the county of Butte, 
one member. 

From the IviglUh District, comprising the counties of \ uba 
and Sutter, one member. 

From the Ninth District, comprising the county of Mendocino, 
one metnljer. - 

From the Tenth District, comprising the counties of Colusa. 
Glenn, and Lake, one nuniljer. 

From the F^leventh District, comprising the county of Volo. 
one memtwr. 

From the Twelfth District, comprising the couuly of Nevada, 
one member. 

From the Thirteenth I »i~trict. comprising the county of I'lacer. 

one menil)er. . 

From the Fourteenth District, comjirising tiie county ot I'.l 
Dorado, one mein>)er. 

From the Fifteenth Di-trict. comjirising the county of Ama- 
dor, one menil)er. 

From the Sixteenth U.sirict. comjirising all that portion of 
Sonoma Countv within '.he townships of Aiialy. Bodega. Men- 
docino. t)cean, I'etaluma. Redwood. Salt Point, and X'allejo. 
one menilx-r. 

From the Seventv-entli District, comprising all that portion ot 
.Sonoma County not included in the Sixteenth Assembly District. 

one menil)er. 

From the Ijghtwnth I "istnct. comprising the county ot Napa. 

one nieml>er. 

From the Nineteenth District, comprising the county ol 

Solano, one memlier. 

From the Twentieth 1 >i<trict. comprising all that portion o I 
Sacramento Couiit\ within the First and Third Wards of Sac- 
ramento Citv. one nieniUr. 

From the Twenlv-first District, crmiprising all that portion 
of .Sacramento County within the Second and Fourth Wards ol 
Sacramento Citv. one nienil>er. 

From the Twenty-sei md District, comprising all that i>irtion 
of Sacramento Count\ not includetl in the Twentieth and 
Twentv-iirst .\»semblv Pisiricts. one memlwr. 

Fnmi the Twenty-third District, comprising the cnintv of 
Marin, one nienilier. 

From the Twentv-fourth District, comprising the county ol 
Contra Costa, one menriT. 

l"rom the Twent\-fi!ih District, comprising all that portion 
of .San jo.i.iuin Cmiitv within the city of Stockton, one member. 

Fnmi the Twentv si vth District, comprising .ill th.it i>ortion 
of San Jo.iquin Countv ii..t included in the Twenty-filth Assem- 
blv District. Diie numlur 

From the Twent , -scvmth District, comprising the countv ot 
Cal.iveras, one niem'itr 

From the Twenty -eighth District, compnsing all that portion 



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of the City and Cmiiity oi Sau Francisco h'uudcd as follows: 
Comniencinsj: at the ]ioiut of intersection where the center Hne 
of Market Street intersects the bay of San I'rancisco. continu- 
ing thence alontf the center of the followin;^' named streets: 
Market to Third, Third to Bryant, Hr\ ant to the waters of the 
bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore to Market, the 

place of be.uinninit, one inenil)er. 

From the Twenty-ninth District, comprising all that |X3rtion 
of the City and County of San Francisco boinided as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the center of Market and 
Third Streets, continuinij thence along the center of the follow- 
ing nained streets: Market to Fifth. I'ifth to Hr\ ant. Hryant to 
Third. Third to Market, the place of Ijeginiiitig. one niemTier. 

From the Thirtieth District. conipri>in:.; .ill that jiortion of 
the City and County of San Francisco iKiunded as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the center of Market and 
Fifth Streets, continuing thence along the center of the fol- 
lowing named street-^: Market to Seventh Seventh to Hreant, 
Bryant to l-'ifth. Fifth to Market, the place of Ijeginning, one 
member. 

From the Thirty-tlrst District, comprising all that jxjrtion 
of the Citv and Couiity of San I'rancisco 'Munded as follows: 
Commencing at the inter>ection of th.e center of Market and 
Seventh Streets, continuing thence along the center of the fol- 
lowing named -treets: M.irket to l-:ieventh. Illeventh to inter- 
section of Channel and Bryant, Bryant to Seventh. .Seventh to 
Market, the ]>lace of beginning, one memtx.' 

From the Thirty-second District, comprisi:!- all that portiotj of 
the City aTid County of San Francisco b.,unded as follows: 
Commencing at the jioint of intersection where the center of 
Bryant Street intersects the waters of the bay of Sati FVancisco. 
continuing thence along the ce-nter of the following named 
streets: Bryant to intersection of Kleventli .ind Chainiel. along 
Eleventh to Harrison, Harrisoti to Napa. N.ipa to the waters of 
the bay of San I'rancisco; thence along the shore to Br> ant. the 
place of beginning, one member. 

From the Thirty-third I)istrict,compri.<ing all that {xirtion of 
the City and County of San Francisco Ixmnded as follows: 
Commencing at the jmint of inters<-ctioii of the center of Nai)a 
.Stri-et and the bay of .San I'rancisco. cont:Muing thence along 
the center of the f«>llowing named streets: Napa to Twentieth, 
Twentieth to Howard. Howard to .\miy. AT^niy to I'recita .\vc- 
uue, I'rcciU .\venue to Colnsji. Colusa to San Bruno Road or 
Avenue; thence along .San Bruno Road or .\ venue to its inter- 
section with the Ijoundary line dividing '.lie counties of San 
Francisoi and San Mati-o; thence along s.i:! !».undar\ line to 
the intersection of the water* of the !«> .if San Francisco; 
thence along the shore of said bay to Nap.T Street, the place of 
Iieginning, one member. 

From the Thirty-fourth District, rt)nipri«;iig all that portion 



of the City and Count) >A San Francisco fjonnded as follows: 
Commencing at the point of intersection of the center of Market 
and I-Ue\enth Streets, continuing thence along the center of the 
following named streets: Market to \'alencia. X'alencia to Kidley. 
Ridlev to Guerrero. Guerrero to Twenty-first. Twenty-first to 
Howard. Howard to Twentieth. Twentieth to Harrison. Harri- 
son to I^leventhi.Hleventh to Market, the plac^^ 

one member. 

From the Thirty-fifth District, comprising all that portion of 
the Citv and County <-i San I'rancisco hmnded as follows: 
Coranieiicing at the jxjini of intersection of the center of Howard 
and Twenty-iirst Streets, continuing thence along the center of 
the following named streets; Twenty-first to Church. Church to 
\rmy. Armv to Guerrem. Guerrero to Old .San Jose Road. Old 
San jose Road to Thirtieth. Thirtieth to Mission; thence alcmg 
Mission Stre-et to Telegraph, or the New County Road; thence 
along said road to the Inmndary line dividing the counties of 
San Francisco and San Mateo: thence along said T)oundary line 
to San Bruno Road or Avenue; thence along San Bruno Road 
or Avenue to Colusa. Colusa to I'recita .\veinie, I'recita .\ venue 
to Armv. Armv to How.ird. Howard to Twenty-first, the place 
of beginning, one member. 

From th- Thirtv-sixth District, comprising all that portion of 
the City and County "f San Francisco b<ntnded as follows: 
Commencing at the ymv. ■ >f intersection of the center of Guerrero 
and Fourteenth Streets, eontinuing thence along the center of 
the following named streets: Fourteenth to South Broderick. 
.South Broderick to Park Road: thence- ahmg Park Roa<l to 
Frederick. Frederick to First Avenue. First Avenue to J. J to 
Fourth .Vvenue. Fourth .Vvenue to K. K to the waters of the 
Pacific Ocean, along the shore of said ocean to the boundary line 
dividing the counties o; San Mateo and .San l-'rancisco; thence 
along tile said lioundarv line to New County Road, along said 
road t<i Mission Read, Mission Road to Thirtieth. Thirtieth to 
Old San Jose Road. Old San Jose Road to Guerrero. Guerrero 
to Armv, Armv to Church. Church to Twenty-nrst. Twenty- 
first to Guerrero. Guerrero to Fourteenth, the place of begin- 
ning, one meml>er. 

From the Thirtv-seventh District, comprising all that p-mion 
of the Citv and Count^ of San Francisco bounded as lollows; 
Commencing at the i>oiiit of intersecti.m of the center .-( Market 
Street and \an Ness .\ venue, continuing thence along the 
center of the foUowin.- n.imed .streets; Market to N'alencia. 
Valencia to Ri i'ev Ki.'.e •,.. Guirrero. Guerrero to bourteenth. 
Fourteenth t.. <->n\\\ l',-..,;. -Kk. S.uth Br<-»derick to Park Road, 
around Park Road to Fie.ierick. l-rederick to First Avenue. First 
Avenue to J. J to Fourth .\venue. Fourth Avenue to K. K to 
the waters of the Pacific Oexan; thence along the shore o| said 
ocean northerlv to Avenue D. Avenue D to .Stanyan. Stanyan 



to Grove, Grove to \'aii Xes-, Avenue. \ au Ness Avenue to 
Market, the place of Ix^ffiiiniiig. one mtrnVxr. 

From the Thirty-eighth ])i>trict, coinpnM:i.- all that portion 
ot the City and Count\- of San Francisco Ixjundcd as follows: 
Commencini< at the intersection of Avetuie B and the Pacific 
Ocean, continuing thence along the center of tlie following 
uamed^ streets: Avenue li to First Avenne. First Avenue to 
Turk, Turk to Hroderick. Broderick to O'Farrell. O'Farrell to 
Van Ncsr, Avenue. \an Xess Avenue to Grove. Grove to Stan- 
van, Staiiyan to Avenue D. Avenue I) to the Pacific Ocean; 
thence along the shcjre to Avenue H. the place of lieginning, one 
nieniber. 

From the Thirty-nnith District, coniprisnig all that inmion of 
the City and County of .San Francisco Ujunded as follows: 
Commencing at the ]>oint of intersection of the center of Sacra- 
mento and Hyde Streets, continuing thencx along the center of 
the lollowing named streets: Hyde to Sutter. Sutter to Jones. 
Jones to Market. Market to Win Xe.ss Avenue. \'an Xess Avenue 
to Sacramento. .Sacramento to Hyde, the r-lace of >x-ginnin"-. 
one memlxr. 

From the Fortieth District, comprising a!l tiiat i>ortion of the 
City and County of .San Francisco twunded as follows: Com- 
mencing at the ixjint of intersection of Avenue H and the waters 
of the Pacific Ocean, continuing thence along the center of the 
following named streets: Avenue K to i'irst Avenue. I'irst 
Avenue to Turk. Turk to Broderick. Br.xierick to O'Farrell, 
O Farrell to \'an Xes.s Avenue. \'an Xes. .\ venue to Sacra- 
mento, Sacramento to Central Axenue. Central Avenue to 
Calitornia, Califijrnia to the east line of the Citv Cemeten,-; 
thence northerlx- in a direct line to the Pacific v)cean: thence 
along the shore in a southerly and westerh direction to the 
place of Uginning. together with the i>l,!ii.l> known as the 
Farallon Islands, i.iie menilK-r. 

i'rom the Forty-first District, comprising; .ill that portion of 
the Citv and County of .San Francisco hounded as follows 
Commencing at the intersection of l.eavenw .nh Street with the 
waters of the bay of .San Francisco, continuing thence along the 
center ol the following named streets: I.ea.L-mvorth to Broad- 
way. Broadway t(» Hy<ie. H.\de to .Sacranunt.'. Saciamenio to 
Central .\v^nue. Central Avenue to California, .iloiig California 
in a direct line to its intersection with the east line of the City 
Cemetery; thence northerly in a direct line to the waters of the 
Pacilic ( )cedii thence along the shore of said ocean and the said 
bay to Leavenworth, the place of l«ginning. one memlicr. 

From the Forty-second I)istrict,compri.sing all ihatiHirtion of 
the City and County of .San I"rancisco !-,iinded as follows: 
Commencing at the junction of the center o; M.irket and Mason 
Streets, continuing thence along the centti „f the following 
oametl >(trccts: Ma^on to Broadwa\ . Hroadw.u lo Hyde. H\de 



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to Sutter, Sutter to Jon'->. Jones to Market, .Market to Ma.son, 
the place of Ixginning. me ineinl)er. 

From the Fort.\ -third District, comprising all that portion of 
the City and County -i .San Francisco bounded as foUow.s: 
Commencing at the intLrsection of the center of Market and 
Keaniy Street- continuing thence along the center of the follow- 
ing named streets: Kearn> to Broadway. Broadway to Ma.son, 
Ma.son to Market, Market to Kearny, the place of beginning, 
one member. 

From the Forty-fourih District, comprising all that portion 
of the City and County <>{ San Franci.sco Ijounded as follows: 
Commencing at the p«':!r where the center of Keaniy Street 
intersects the bay of Sai; Irancisco. continuing thence along the 
center of the following named .streets: Keaniy to Broadway. 
Broadway to lAfavenwonU. Leavenworth to the said bay; thence 
along the shore of said ij.iy to Keaniy. the place of beginning, 
one member. 

From the Forty-fifth 1 'istrict, comprising all that jwrtioii of 
the City and County > : .San Francisco l)ounded a.s follows: 
Commencing at a j>oint vhere the center of Market Street inter- 
sects the bay of San I'rancisco. continuing thence along the 
center of the foUowin.; nametl streets: Market to Keaniy, 
Keaniy to the bay of S-iii Francisco; thence along the shore of 
said bay to Market Street, the place of beginning, together with 
all the waters of the bay of San Francisco, and the islands con- 
tained therein, situateii w;thin the Iwundaries of the City and 
Comity of San Francisco, one member. 

From the Forty -sixti' Distnct. CT)mprising all that jwrtiou of 
the county of Alame<;i within the townships of Murray and 
Washington, and that i trtain })ortion of liden Townshi]> within 
the corjwrate limits of •.!'.;- town of Haywards. and that jwrtion 
of said liden Townshr.i known as Castro \'alley lilection I're- 
cinct. described as folio a -. to wit; Commencing at a jx^int where 
the iiortherl\- line of t!;c town of Haywards is intersected by a 
line known as the divitling hue between San Lorenzo and Castro 
Valley Ele-ction Precincts; thence along s.aid dividing line of 
said precincts to the nv Kile line of San Lorenzo Creek; thence 
easterly and northerly aloii»; the middle line of said creek to the 
dividing line nf .Vlami'.a and Contra Costa Countie!>; tueiicc 
easterly and southerly ilimg said dividing line of said counties 
to its jHiint of intersection with the dividing line n( K<ien and 
Murray Townships aforcs.iid; thence along said dividing line 
between liden and .Murriiv Townships to the comer of llden. 
.Murray, and Washington Townships: thence westerly along 
the line dividing the townshijwof Washington and FUlen to the 
middle of the mountain ro.id from Haywanls; thence northerly 
along the middle of the -.ii^l road to the southerly txiundary line 
of the town -if H.jywatU; thenar- along the lioundary line ol 
Haywards and Castro \ iliey Klection Precincts to the place of 
beginning, one member. 

From the Fortvseventli District, comprising all that jmrtion 



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of the comity of Alameda, including so iiuich of Kden Town- 
ship as is not within the Forty-sixth Asscinhly District, and 
that portion of Hrooklyn Township lyuig nitside ot the city 
of Oakland, and all of Alameda Township, nm. member. 

From the Forty-eighth District, compri-ir.); :ill that portion 
of the county of Alameda situated within th.it iK.rtiou of the 
city of Oakland boundetl as follows: Comiiiu;iciu>; at a ]X)int on 
the westerly line of ihe Seventh Ward, where tliesame is inter- 
sected by Thirteenth Street extended, coiitiiui-n- theuce along 
the center of the following named streets: Thirteenth to Broad- 
way, Broadway to Tenth. Tenth to Jefferson. Jeikrson to Twelfth. 
Twelfth to Adeline, Adeline to the shore line I'l Oakland Creek, 
and thence extended to the lxiundar\- line of siid city ot Oak- 
land in said creek; thence along said biiuiulary line in said 
creek to the intersection of .said boundary line with the liound- 
ar>- line between the Sixth and Seventh Wirds of .said city of 
Oakland, and thence along said last menti'ii • '. :>oundary line to 
the place of beginning, one meuil^er. 

From the Forty-ninth District, comprising all that jwrtion of 
the county of Alameda as follows: All tli:it ; onion of the city 
of Oakland lying west of Adeline Street, ami ill that portion of 
the county of Alameda, lieing a jwrtion of O.ikland Township, 
lying outside of .said city of Oakland, boutideii as follows: Com- 
mencing at the intersection of the northern eh.-\rler line of the 
city of Oakland with the dividing line between Hay and Tem- 
escal Election Precincts; thence northerly along said dividing 
line to where it intersects the .southerly line '>f Berkeley lilec- 
tion Precinct; thence westerly along .said line of Berkeley 
Election Precinct to the dividing line betwwn Berkeley and 
West Berkeley Election Precincts; thence n. ttherly along said 
dividing line last named U> the southerh line of Ocean View 
Election Precinct: thence easterly along said List mentioned line 
to the dividing line between Alametla and Cnntra C<jsta Coun- 
ties; thence northwesterly and westerly .iwng said Alameda 
and Contra Costa Ixiundary line of Alanie'i.i County and the 
City and Count\ of San Francisco; thence -r.-herly along said 
last nameti bi>undar\' line to the said noitiie-ii charter line of 
the city of Oakland; thence ea.sterly along -.ivl last named line 
to the i>oint of Ix-ginning, one member. 

From the Fiftieth District, comjirising all that portion of the 
county of Alametla within that |»ortion of the city of Oakland 
bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the 
northeni Ixiundary line of said city with \iKi:ne Street, con- 
tinuing thence along the center of the follounii; named streets: 
Adeline to Twelfth. Twelfth to Jeflferson. Jeiiersfin to Tenth, 
Tenth to Broaduav, Broadway to Twentieth, or Delgcr Street, 
and thence along the continuation of said I'wenticth Street to 
its intersection with the old charter line iii the iwirthwesterly 
arm of Ijkke Merritt: thence northerly al^ng tIjc old charter 
line following the meaiulerings of Cemetery Cr^-ek to the new 
charter line, or lAin»n Street, and tbence to the place of bcKin- 
ning. one menilier. 



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From the Fiftv first Uistrict. comprising all that portion ■>( 
the county of .^limeda ,i^ follows: .\11 of Oakland Township 
outside the city of Oakland and not included in the Forly-ninlh 
As.semblv District also t!:at portion of .\lameda County com- 
i)rising the annesed district so called) and lying east of the old 
charter line of the city ''l ( »akland. as said line follows the cen- 
ter line of Cemetery Creek and into the northwesterly ami of 
Lake Merritt. north of s.iid charter line as said line extends into 
the northea-sterlv arm of Lake Merritt. and ii'jrth and ea.st of 
the dividing line between Oakland and Brooklyn Townships, 
inchuling also al! that wrtion of the city of Oakland Ixmiided 
as follows: Beginning al a ix)int in the northeasterly ann ot 
Lake Merritt where the old charter line is intersected by Twen- 
tieth Street extended; theuce along the center line of the lol- 
lowing named streets: 'rwentieth to Broadway. Broadway to 
Thirteenth. Thirteenth to its \K)'mi of intersection with the hue 
dividing Oakland and lirooklyn Town.ships: thence southerly 
along said line to its intersection with the charter hne ot the 
citvof Oakland: thence easterly al(jng said charter line to its 
intersection with the siiii charter line at Park Mreet: thence 
northeriv along said ciuirter hue to Millbury ^Mreet: theiie^ 
along sai.l street and it- exten-ion to the boundary line Ixtweeu 
Oakland and Broi)klvn Townshijw: thence southwesterly aiul 
westerlv along the old ch.irter line to the place of beginning, 
comprising all the Sev. ;iii Ward and a jwrtiou ot the bitth 
Ward of the citv of Oakland, one memlier. 

From the Fifty-secoiil District, ojmprising the county ol San 
Mateo, one member. re. 

From the l-ifty-third 1 ii>trict. comprising the county ot Santa 

Cruz, one meratier. . . 

From the Fiftv-fourt!: District, compnsmg all that portion ot 
the county of Santa Chira within the precincts of Agnews. 
Campl>ells, Jeffer-on, tl. town of Mountain N'lew, NIorelan.l. 
the town of Mavfield. tiie Fourth Ward of the city ot San Jose. 
Iniversity, Willow Glen, Cupertino, and the town ot Santa 
Clara, one raeralx-r. . ,- 

From the Fiftv-fifth District, comprising all that 1»"';'".° 
thecountv of S.uita C'.ui within the First, .Se-cond. and Third 
Wards of the city of S-n Jose, and the precincts of Hester an.t 
Crandelville, one meml-.r ,, . . ..,■ ^f 

From the Fiity-sixth District, comprismg a" that f"^'"" *> 
thecountv Ol S,uita Cl.r.i not include.1 in the hif^yfourlh and 
Fiftv-fifth A-seniblv P.-itncts, one memU-r. , ^• 

From the 1 Ills seventh District, comprising the counties ot 
Stanislaus and Mereetl. one member. ,■ «f 

From the Fifty-eiRhth Distnct. compri-sing the counties ot 
Tuolumne and Maniwsa one mctnlwr. 

Fn>m the Fifty-ninth Distnct. comprising the county ol San 

Benito, one member. . ,- \t„i„f 

From the Sixtieth Ihstrut. compriMng the countie*ol Alpine. 

Invo. and Mono, one ncmlicr. 



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From the Sixty-first District, comprising thf aninty of Mon- 
terey, one memljer. 

From the Sixty-second District, comprlsiii),' al' that portion of 
the county of l-'rc-sno situated within the following; election pre- 
cincts, as now constitute<l. to wit: Minturu. White's Bridge, 
Borden, Berenda. Fresno Colony, Cantua, Huron M.idera. I-'ire- 
baufi;h, WashinKton Colony. Wildtlower, Kiti.'.'-tiiii. Mendocino, 
Lake, Kastin. .Selnia. Warthani, Pleasant \allcy. Sycamore, 
Crescent, Chicago. Central Colony. I,il)ert\ . lowler, Madison. 
West Park. Kingshnrg. Malaga, Oleander, 'reti'.! 'trance. Scandi- 
navia. Ward No. t,. Fresno City. Ward No. 5. i''resno City, one 
member. 

From the Sixty-third District, comprising ;dl that portion of 
the county of Fresno not included in the Sixty-second Assembly 
District, one memlx-r. 

From the Sixty-fourth District, comprising all that jxjrtion of 
the county of Tulare situated within the folluwing election pre- 
cincts, as now constituted, to wit: Tipton. I'ixley. Alila. First, 
Second, Third, and Fourth Wards of Tulare. lUiena N'ista, En- 
terprise, Cioshen, Traver. ('.rand \'iew, K\».i.!~ior. (irangeville, 
Hanford. Lucerne. Lake Side. Lemoore. King- Kiver, and West 
Knd. one menil)er. 

From the Sixty-fifth District, comprising al! that jwrtitm of 
the county of Tulare not included in theSixt\: 'urth Assembly 
District, one member. 

From the Sixty-sixth Di.strict, comprising tho county of Kern, 
one meml)er. 

From the Sixty-seventh District, comprising the county of 
San Luis tlbisjio. one memlier. 

From the Sixty-eighth District, comprising the county of 
Santa Barbara, one member. 

From the Sixty-ninth District, comprising the county of 
Ventura, one menil)er. 

From the Seventieth District, comprising .ill that jwrtion of 
the county <if Lf>s Angeles included in thr ; blowing election 
precincts: Lancaster. I'almdale. Llano, Act' n l'lizal)eth Lake, 
I.a Liebre. Fsperan/a, Fainnount. Langs. Neuli dl. Los \'irgines, 
Calabas,sas. San N'icente. National. I%lectt;c, Santa Monica, 
Monte N'isRi. Cahuenga, Santa Susana. Lankushim. San Fer- 
nando. Bnrbank. darvanza. (llendale, I.,a C.iilada. Tejunga, 
North Pasadena. Pasadena City Precincts Numljers One, Two, 
Three. Four. Five, and Six. one meml>er. 

From the Seventy-first District, comprisi'ig all that ]x)rtion 
of the county of lx>* Angeles included in the following election 
precincts: Claremont. I.ordsburg. S])adTa. Pomona City l*recinct« 
Numbers One, Two. Three, and Four. A/iisa. C.lendora. V.\ 
Monte. Fanndale. Old Mission. Monrovia. Duartc. I^raanda. 
Sierra Madre. San Gabriel. Alhambra, KnolU. .South Pa.sadena. 
Rowland. Covina. Los Nictos. Whittier. and Kivera. one member. 

From the Seventv-sccond l>wtrict. compri-iii; all that jwrtion 
of the county of I-<x .■Xngeles included in th' following election 
precincts: San Antonio. Fniitland, Florenc Wnxm. Downey, 



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\rtesia Clearwater. Norwalk. Compton, Lugo. Enterprise. Re- 
dondo I^ng Beach. Cerril.is. Wilmington, San Pedro, Catahna, 
Chautauiiua. Ballona, Cei-.iinelli. La Dow, Fuiversity. and Rose- 
dale, one memlx-r. ,, ., , _»• 

From the Seventv-thi'd District, comprising all that ]>orti<m 
of the county of bw Alleles included in the following election 
precincts: Los Angeles City Precincts Numbers One. '1 wo. 
Three. Four. Five. Six. S-veii. Eight, Nine. Ten, l-.leven. 1 wehe. 
Thirteen. Fourteen. Fiftan. Sixteen, Seventeen, and Eighteen, 

one member. ,,.,,» .• 

From the Seventv-fourth District, comprising all that jwrtion 
of the county of I-os Auuclcs included in the following election 
precincts: Los Angele^ City Precincts Numbers Miieteen, 
Twenty. Twentv-one. Twenty-two, Twenty-three. Twenty-four, 
Twent'y-five. Twenty-six Twenty-seven. Twenty-eight, 1 wenty- 
nine. Thirty, and Thitt\ IK- one member. ^ c 

From the Seventy-fift . 1 -istrict. compnsing all that jxirtion ol 
the county of LosAng.:.- included in the following electum 
precincts:' Los Angele^ City ITfcincts Numlx^rs Ih.rty-two, 
Thirty-three. Thirtv-four. Thirty-five. Thirty-six. rhirty-se%en. 
ThirtV-eight. Thirty-ni:ie. Forty, Forty -one, 1-orty-two, Porty- 
three." Forty-four. Fort- five. Forty-six, and l-orty -seven, one 

""^^om the Seventy-sixth District, comprising the county of 
Orange, one member. . . ,, ,, . ^:^„ 

From the Seveiitv-se. . :.-.U District, comprising all that portion 
of the county of San H.-ard.no withm the ek-ctum prec,^^^^^ 
of Seven Oaks. Bear \ alley. Holcomb \ alley Black Hawk, 
Bagdad, Providence. Nwdles. Ivanpah Chnio. I n.on R.ncon, 
Newlx-rrv, South Riy> rMde. Temescal, Co ton. l;--i-^t Colon 
Cloverdaie. San Timote^ Ue.mmoni. Pa.ss. and Banning, together 
with the Third Sulx-r^•l- rial Distnct. one member 

From the Seventy-ei J.-U Histnct. compn^ng all hat rK.rt.on 
of the county of San l;.::.ardino not included m the Se%ent>- 
seventh Assembly Dist: t. one member. 

From the Seyei.tv-n:-.h District, comprising all hat ix)rt on 
of San Diego County situated within the corix>rate hmits of the 
city of San Diego, one "lenilKT. ,, . ^ ..:,.. „f 

From the i:ightieth ^i^trict. comprising all t.l'^jr'l^"^*'^"! 
San Diego County not .cu.ded in the Seventy-nmth Assembh 
District, one member. 

Also, four Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
county of San Franci.-* . 

Also, one Judge o! the Superior Court in and for the 
county of Tular«. 

Also, one Judge of the Superior Court '» »";; «"^,^|^.^ 
county of Ken,, for the uv.exp.red tenn ending January. .Hy,. 
vice A. R. Conklin, anointed. 



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Also, one Judge of the Superior Court in and for the 

county ol -Nicranientu, for the unexpirul term ending Janllar^■ 
1897; vice W , C. \an l-leet. resigned. 

Ako. one Judge of the Superior Court m and for the 
county ot .Nui iTancisco, for the uneN-.ired term ending Janu- 
ary, 1.S9S; vice Charles W. Slack, app.>intcd. 

Also, one Judge of the Superior Court in and for the 
counties ol \ uha and Suiter, for the unexpired term endinj; 
January, uSy;; vice I-. A. Davis. apjKiinted. 

Also .at said election. Amendments to the Constitution of 
the btate, suhnmied In the Legislature at its last regular ses- 
sion. nundH.rt^ as hereinafter si.ecificd. will be voted u!)on bv 
the electfjrs of said State, namely: 

AMiCN-miKNT Nr.MBKR O.NE (Senate Constitutional Amend- 
ment No. 10) — 

, ./V'"- ^y,' ^.'■•*^- ^- ^''*-' M^^^'ons of the lA-i..Ialiire shall commence at 
l«eUe o clock M on the first Moii.h.v after tV- firM ,lay of Janimrv nex 
succee.ln,Kthc-cUvt.o,. of i,.s „„,uU.r., an.l s!,ali U- l,ie„„i.:^l " niess the 

No ,.>> >hall be allo«f.l to inrnilHTs for a longer pcrio.l than oik- 
hundred days, and no hill shall U- i.Ur.Kl.Kcd in cither house after tie 
expiration o. sixty .la.Ns from the comment nienl of each session \i,,. 
out the consent of two thirds of the mcnilxr, thereof. 

Amkndmk.nt Ni-MBEK Two (Assembly Constitutional 
Amendment No. 7) — 

.\RT. XI Skc. iS. No county, city, town, township, Board of Kduca- 

manner "',7' '^'''"''' "''"" "'""■ "">• in'"-'"«l'Hs» "V liability, in any 
manner, or lor any pur|h>se. excec<iini{ in any year the income and 

[hr.m:i}fi"y"'r'.''"' ".'•" "■;" >"'■ «■''"'"' •"''^ — ' -> »«'. third: :;} 

me ijualihed electors thereof yoim^. at an ei.cticii to W held for th-.t 
purpose, nor unless. U-fore or at the lime of iiicurrlnn such indebtedness 
I)royisioii shall Ik.- made for the collection of .an annual tax suflicicntto 
pa> llie interest on such indebtedness a.s it f.ilU due. and aUo provision 
toeonstuute a sinkiiiK fund for the payment of the pri„cit«.l Zr^,(Z 
orUfore maturity, which shall not exceed Arty years from the lime o f 
loiilractinK the same. .^Vny in.Iehte.lncM or liability incurred contrary 
to this provision shalM* yoi.l. '' "^"^r*^" "^"""ary 

AMEND.MEXT XiMBER TnKEE (Senate Constitutional Amend- 
ment No. 1 1 ) — 

Art. y, Skc. 15. .\ Lieutenant-Governor sliall U- eiectc.1 at the s.-ime 
time an.l place ati.l in the same manner as the Goyernor, and his term of 
"ffi.e an.l his .lualifications ..f elixibilily shall aldo !k- the same He shall 
Ik- President -.^he Se-nate, but shall have onh a ca- :„^; y.,te therein He 
shall also, when the Senate is not in a.s,ion, visit all the State inatilu- 
lions. pris,.ns. reft.nnatory »eh.j..I». asylums, aid other in»titulion» 
supjM.rte. m wh.de or in i«rt by the .Sl.ile. and make carrful'examina! 
lions o( tile manner m which the appr.n>riation» I r the sui>iM.rt of »urh 

reJu'-nVhc':- ■";.' ^- P""""'"' '"-P-ve'mr.i.s, have .«n e'i'^nd.Mi, and 
riport the result of his examinations to the tioyrrror. to the leeislaiurr 
ami to any ..ther officer, or H.wr.l of ..nicer*. Iha- the UirUiature mmv 
direct; ^e,ijf</. that in c«e the office of Lieute .ant GovS^'r^U^'^ 



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iiiH vacant, or in the case f the functions of Governor devolving upon 
hiiii, the Presiilent pro tetn nf the Senate, or his snccessor. shall per- 
form the duties anil receive ti;. cniDlumenls of said Lieutenant-Governor, 
during the term of such va .1: v it the time he is performing such func- 
tions of Governor. Tlie 1.<-i;im ilure may by law presi rilie the time an.l 
manner that .such exaiiiin.i'.i.ns shall l>e made. If, diiriiij; a vacancy in 
the office of Governor, the Lieutenant-Governor shall be impeached. 'Us- 
placed, resign, .lie. or beo-nc i!u:apable of perfortninjj the duties of his 
office, or be absent from t!'.f >lalc. the President pro tcm. of the tieuate 
shall act as Governor mUiI -he \acancy l>e filled or di.-abilily shall cease. 
The Lieutenant-Governor -hall be c!i.s<)ualified from holding any other 
office, except as specially prcU'led in this Constitution, during the term 
for which he shall have been clec-te.1. 

.Skc 19. Governor. Liei tenant-tiovernor. Secretary of State, Control- 
ler, Treasurer. Attori'.ey-G.-:,- • li, .Surveyor-General, shall, at stated times 
during their continuance r ■ ' ■ e, receive for their services a coiiipensa- 
tion, which shall not l-v in -<■! tor iliminished during Uie term, which 
-. the followint; officers for the two terms 
t.ii- C.mslitution. as follows: Governor, six 
aim-am; the .-Mtorney-General. three thou- 
.sand f;,oooi dollars pet annnm. the Secretary of Sute. Controller. 
Treasurer, three thor.sand «; "c tloUars each i)er annum: Surveyor- 
General, three thousand •- • ■'■•il.irs per annum, and for the follow- 
ini; officer for the fractio; ivrm, an.l for the two terms next ensuinjj 
the fourth .lav of Noyem'..er. \. I), eighteen hundred an.J ninety-two. 
follows: Lieutenant-G- \erTior. four thousanil vf4,ooo; dollars per 



compensati«jn is hereby fix-- 
next ensuing the a.loption ■ 
thousand 1J6.000; dollars jk-: 



annum, and traveling exj- 
and examining State :nsl: 
all services by Ihetn. resj 
employment whatsoever. 
-iJed. hinvfi er. that the i 
hereinljefore mentioneil, n 
or all such orticcrs. but in 
same above the sums hen 
turc may. in iL- liisi reti" 
none of the officers herei 



when he may be employed in visiting 

■1- Such compensation to lie in full for 

■ Iv, renilered. in any official capacity or 

.: their respective terms of otTice; pro- 

: ri-.ire. after the expiration of their terms 

by law. diminish the cotnpen.salion of any 

rase shall have the power to iiicrea.se the 

Tixed bv this Constitution. The Ix-gisla- 

• ii~ii tiie oliice of Surveyor-General, and 

named shall receive for their own use 



any fees or perquisites for the performance of anv official .luty. 



AMI-tNDMKNT N'l"M' 

Amendment N'o. 5) — 

Art. IV. Sec. 34. No 1 
the general appropriatiot: 
tion of money exclusively 
ment and Stale institutio 
and that for a single and ' 
the deficiency bill is pres. 
more items, while appro 
the State shall have po\ 
actual necessity, an.l then 
of the Govern.ir. Secreta 
ciency incurre.1 in vioL-itii' 
lature nhall not have the 



1*(HK (As.sembly Constitutional 



••;; making an appropriation for mon 
' -'I. .ind the deficiency bill for Uie i 



■ money, except 

...^ • appropria- 

. ...ted to the supp.>rl of the General Govern- 

^ -h.ul contain more than one appropriation. 

rt.iin purjKise to l>e therein expressed. When 

,.1 to the Governor, he may object t" one or 

ither portions of the bill. No officer of 

';.. m. vir aiiv d.eficieiicy except ill case of 

v uiM)n the w'nllen auth.>rity, first obtained, 

V State, anil Atloriiey-Geueral. An> defi- 

: this provision shall Ik; void, ami the Legis- 

«. I li> appropriate money to jwy llie same. 



Amendment NfMBi k 
ment N'o. 14 ) — 

Art. XI. Skc. 8. .\n\ . 
thuaaan.l five bundreil init , 
ernment. consistent with < 
State, by causing a Itoard 
at least five^cars i^iuUific-! 
voteri of "Uild cilv at an\ „ 



I'lVK (Senate Constitutional Amcnd- 



■ ntaining a population of more than three 
.If may frame a charter for its own goy- 
,1 lei t to the Constitution and laws of this 
■<en l-reeholders. who shall have l«en for 
•,.r» thereof, to >« elected by the 4ualifie.l 
,1 .,r -iv- ial cK-ction. whoM- <lut> it shall 



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be, within ninety days after such election, to 'ircpare and propose a 
charter for such city, which shall be signed, ir '!u;'lirate, by the nieni- 

ci, line copy to the 

;vy. ,ind the other 

u-r shall then be 

:: III such city, for 

Sc made within 

.Vi/. that in cities 

•riliabitants such 

newspaper: and 

it shall be suli- 

: t' li or special elec- 

::^ tiiereat shall ratify 

;;• Legislature for its 

iltiration or annnd- 

r; resolution, and if 

■ ! to each house, it 
I i>iisolidatcd with 

!!n.' the organic law 

itiK'ndnients thereof, 

• py of .such charter. 

•" ! luthenticated by 

! -uch charter to the 

■':;• approval of such 

nil deposited, one 

ifter l>eing recorded 

irohives of the city. 

■ said charter. The 

■ :K>t less than two 
' f authority of the 

■ . cial election, held 

■ - iS for twenty days 
;;v. and ratified by 

tat. and approsed 

a', i.f the charter. 

v.n. any alternative 

ice of the voters, and 

llers. 



bers of such Board, or a majority of them, and 
Mayor thereof, or other chief executive otfici r i ; 
to the Recorder of the county. Such propo-. ., 
publishe<l in two daily newspapers of j^eneral ci: 
at least twenty days, and the first public itii - 
twenty days after the completion of the charter 
containing a population of not more than ten '.: 
proposed charter shall lie published in one su- 
within not less than thirty days after such pul ■ 
mitted to the q\ialified electors of .said city at .1 ^' 
tion, and if a majority of such qualifietl electors \ t 
the same, it shall thereafter be submitted to •' 
approval or rejection as a whole, without |>ower ' 
ment. Such approval may be made by cone ;-ri 
approved by a majority vote of the members ■ ■ 
shall become the charter of such city, or if such 
a county, then of such city and county, and shai 
thereof, and supersede any existint: charter anil .1.; 
and all laws inconsistent with such charter. \ , 
certified by the Mayor, or chief executive offior 
the seal of such city, setting; forth the submissi 1 
electors, and its ratification by them, shall, at'.-.r 
ciiarter by the I.ejnslature, be made, in dupli< .•• 
in the office of the Secretary of State, and the ot f 
in said Recorder's office, shall be deposited in ' :• 
and thereafter all Courts shall take judicial noti. t- 
charter. so ratified, may l)e amended at interva ■ 
years by proposals therefor. submitte<l by the lev ■ 
city to the qualified electors thereof, at a %jenerai 
at least forty days after the publication of such ;. 
in a daily newspaper of general circulation in s 
at least three fifths of the (|ualifie(l electors votir. 
by the Legislature, as herein provide"! for the a 
In submitting any such charter, or amendments : 
article or proposition may l)e presented for the i ii. 
may be voted on separately without prejudice to '•: 



Each amendment shall be voted ujk)ii scjiarately from the 
other?, by tellot. at the ne.xt general election ; . Ije held on Tues- 
day, the eighth day of NoveralK'r. A. 1). is.,.\ 

Kach ballot ii.sed at such election mi'.si contain, printed 
thereon, the words: 



Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 10. (iBcreising legis- 
lative se«;ion to one hundred davs. ) 



.\.ssembly Constitutional .\men<iment No. 7. 'Limitini; debtsof 
counties, cities, towns, townships. Boanls if I. •'. '. linn and 
school liistricts. to a year's revenue, except by a t »■•■.: 1 ■ . U vote. ) 

Senate Constitutional .^n'.endment No 11. i In. reasinx duties 
ami compensation of Lieutenanl-CVovemor, and removing lim- 
itation on pav of clerks in State oflfic-es. ) . 

.\ssenibly Constituti<mal .\men<lmeMt No. 5. fMannerin which 
an tifficer of the State may incur a ileficiency, a:. I j'rohibiting 
Lt'gislature fmni appropriating money to pay same, if other- , 
wise incurred. ) 



Senate ConMitutional .\men(Iment No. 14. (Manner in which (vBS 



cities containing more than thirty -five hundre I inhabitants 

may frame anil ailopt charters.! ' |NO. 



— 17 — 

Also, at said election the following Acts of the Legislature, 
submitted by the Legislature at its last regular session, will be 
voted upon by the elect.i'^s of said ,St;itc. namely: 



First — 

An Act to ascirtain and (xpress tht -u'ill 0/ tlu people 0/ the State of 
California upon the subjtcl of election of bnited states Senators. 

WHHRKts It is expeilienl tliat the wishes of the people of this State 
upon the subject of the election i.f fnited States Senators should be 
unmistakably expressed; therefore, 

The PfopU of the .'^tat,- ,f L.Uif>rnia. represented in Senate and Assembly, 
,t' eoact as follows: 

Section 1 That thirtv lavs prior to the next general State election, 
the Governor shall issue 1.:. :roclam..tion calling ut-on the electors to 
signifv, at said election, li'.vr will as to the method of the elec^ton of 
l-nited States Senators, bv pl.icing upon the ballots the w-ords tor the 
election of United Stated Senators by the direct vote of the people 
or the words ".\gainst the election of fnited St.ites Senators bv the 
direct vote of the people: and the |»H,'e^:V'"_»'j;V|.''";\J"i*^f^„ ,„f„^,^; 
tion at each and 

of the number (.. - - - - . . .,,. . ,, 

bv the direct vote of the i*ople," and the number ot votes cast .\ga.nst 



id everv poll in the State shall ascertain and make returns 
of votes cast "Kor the election of fnited States Senators 
ov Loe o.,e.. vote of the i*ople," and the number of votes cast ".\ga.nst 
the election of Vnited States Senators by the direct vote of the people, 
in like manner as other votes are required to K- counted and rt'tun'^l. 
and an abstract thereof sha:'. I,e transmitted by each S°""*> '.^'"A'SA*^^ 



State to the Secret.iry ot : 
ofticers are now reqiired 



the same manner that votes for State 
transmitted. 



Skcond- 



AnAct to provide ,\rthc ,<rM,nce and sale of State tonds '" ^^^ V,-'"^! 
for the construction ami iurniu,i,,g Iv th. ■^i'-'/'f'/ ;^''Vr,^'f;7 '-,'„' t 
missioners .fa general i^rry and passenger detot "' '"^ ^ '- ,f .'''f ^;''' <^ 
of San Franctsco; to ocate a s.nhngfunJor ''•<P;y>"\''.fj']',f. 
(ends, and providing for the submission of this Act to a . ole ,;/ ine 
people. 

The People of the State of Co'ifornia, represented ,n .<enate and Assembly. 
d,' enact as folUfU's: 




sioners are herebv auth.v ., . 1 to construct in .„- ."- , , , 

authorized bv law and at .> s'. not to excee.1 sai.l '''» ''"^ '^"^^^ ' \': r.'C 
dollars, the State Treasurer shall, """'«»'"-''<--l>- .^'^'V.- ■„V■.^ ;r su iuW^ 
proclamation of the C^.vernor, hereinafter provided >'-.f,^i:X'"^\?n; 
Lnds of the State of Calif rnia: one thousand b-n. s. e ^ « ^"» 

lion of one hundred dollar- e kIi: five ^""''"'l 1'''"'^,.'" ' f : "' '"X 
tion of five hundred dollars ea.h; two hundred and ft> ' -•"''• "tht 
dem.mination of one thousand dollars each. ,\''^- «'""•, "'''^/'L'te 
bonds .shall not excee.1 the s-.im of six hundred l'"''"*-^"' '"'';• "„^„ 
said bonils shall bear interest at the rate of four V^y^f^'^^tTrrt^^^T 
from their date, and shall be p.^vable at the office of the State Tria.su.er 



— IS — 

at the txi)iratioii of nineteen vears from their .l.iU-. Said IkiiMs shall 
bear ihite the first .lav of Januarv, A. D. eighleen i-,v;n<lre(l ami ninety- 
three an.l shall 1* p'avable on the first .lay uf J.r .: try, A. D nineteen 
huu.lre.l nn.l twelve. The interest accruing; ..n -. • : '-::'ls shall 1* <Uie 
ami navaWe at the oflice of the said Treasurer on •..u :.I^t .lay ol January 
an.l the fir-t .lav of Julv of each vear; pnnulai. :'■:■■•■ th.- nrst payment 
uf intere-l shall l.e ma.le on the fi'rst .lay of July. A 1 > < '.Lihteen hun.lre.l 
.m.l ninetv-three. on so many of sai.l bon.ls as :iu. L.-eU theretofore 
is,sue.l. At the expiration of nineteen years from . < ■ i^t ..1 sai.l b.m.ls, 
tliev -iiall .-ease to bear interest, anil sai.l Treasi:: . ■ r. .11 l.'rtlnvitli pa> 
the' same out of the San Praueisco Depot Sink-.;... Vv.'a\. provi.le.l for 
hereafter in this Act. Sai.l bon.ls shall be sii;!'.. i 1'} the Governor 
countersiuneil bv the Controller, indorsed by sai.l '1 rca-surer. ami shall 
have the seal of 'the State atlixed thereto. 

Sfc. 2. Interest coupons shall be attached to c:icli b.'"d. so that they 
mav'be remove.l without injurv or mutilation t.- X'.-x l>.>n.l. Said cou- 
pons con-ecutivelv numbered, shall be signe.l ! ^ i::.- SMte rreasurer. 
But no interest oii an v of .said bonds shall be).' ^i r.ny time wlncn 
may intervene iKrtwefii the .late of any of sa.-i • • :.is an.l the issue 
thereof l.> a purchaser. , • . ■ , 

Skc. -,. The sum of one thou.sand dollars is hereby appropriated to 
pav the\ xi>ense that mav be incurrc.l by the Sute Treasurer in having 
sai'il boii.K prepare.l. Sai.l am.nuit shall be pai.l out of the San I'ran- 
cisco Harb.ir Impr.nement Inin.l, on Contr.dlcts warrants duly .Irawn 
for that purp.'.se. . , • . > i ii 

Skc. 4. When the b.ni.ls authori^e.l to be issu-d uii.ler this Act .sliall 
be .lulv execute.l. numl)ered consecutively, an.l >. 1 ■!, Ihey shall be by 
the State Treasurer sold at public auction t.> the ': ..;;;e>t bi.Mer for cash, 



and in su. h parcels as said Treasurer .shall deem I .-I: but he must reject 
auv anl all bi.ls for sai.l bonds, or any of them, which .shall l>e bel.iw the 




two newspapers publL-hcl in the City and Counl> .1 .s.iii Krancisco, an. 
also in tw'i !iewspai)crs pu!.-lishe.l in the city of t>..s;.ii.d. t».) pubhsheil 
in the citv of Ltis Angeles, an.l two published in the city of Sacramento, 
once a week for f.iur weeks prior to such sale. T-'e costs .)f su. h publi- 
cation shall be paid out of the San l-raiicisco ll.irt •: iTrjir.ivement I'nnd, 
on Contr.dler's warrants .lulv .Irawn for that pur: . ~. Th.e procecls ot 
the sale of such bonds shall be forthwith pai'i • m: 'y sai.l Treasurer 
into the treasurv. an.l mu.st be bv him kept in .: separate fun.l, to Ik: 
known ami .lesiK'nate.l a-the "San Francisc Dep-t 1-uiid," an.l mu.st be 
u-seil ex.-lusivelv for the building and furnishins; . i >a?.l .lepot. Drafts 
and warrants upon sai.l fun.l shall be .Irawn u;..;. 1 >h.ill be ])ai.l out 
of said fun.l in the same nia:;iier as .Irafts an.l hi; ml, ..re .Irawn upon 
an.l 
Sh 
sinking I 
Sir 

The -- . 

after the .laie ..f said Iwuids. take fr.im the S.>n 1 ■ ■; :>c(. Harbor Im- 
provenictn I'un.l the .sum of f.>ur thousaii.l six l.,r-..r. ! an.l thirty-one 
.lollars, an.l place the same in sai.l San Francisc<> l)ep..t Sinkinj; Fund, 
create.! bv this section. Sai.l Treasurer shall, o:: Cimtroller's w.irrants 
.lulv .Irawn for that pnrp.)sc, einj)l.'v the moneys in -ai.l sinking; fun.l in 
Ihe'pnrchase of iMimls of the I'nitcil Stales, whi. !i ^.li.i bon.ls shall \k 
kept in a proper receptacle, appropriately lilieU.!: but he must keep 
alwavs on han.l a -.ulVicient ..m.tunt of numey in -ai.l sinking fun.l with 
which to pav the interest on the State bomls hereii' provi.le.i to 1« issueil. 
.Vn.l t.> provi.ie means for the pavmcnt of sai.l su!:i of five thousand one 
hun.lre.l and thirtv-one .lollars, monthly, fr..iii s.ii.1 San Francisco Har- 



sai.i luii.i 111 tiir.-'tiii.t I1I0..1IV. .ij.n.».k.-,. -...- -.,,-..-- _, 

1.1 pai.l out of the San Francisco Harb..r Improvenunt Fuinl. 

Skl- 5. F..r the pavment of the principal an.l interest of said bon.ls a 

.nkinK-'fuiKl, t.> be kiiown an.l designate.! as the 'San Francisco Depot 

Sinking Fnn.l," shall »)e ar.l the same is hereby created, as follows: 

The Stale Treasurer shall, on the first day .'f . 1 h ir.il every month 



— ly — 

, . ,.-„,ent I'und ml., .-ai.l San Franci.sco Depot SinkintJ Fund 

ai;e. t...ls, •^"l^''"'^ , ?. ,. •:.„;, ^,5 l,v section tw.^ th..usand hve 
for. over and =^>« *_^, ; j c..de of il.e State of CaHR.rn5a; 

hun.lre.1 an.l l«'--'">7"^,' e surplus or balance remaining in 

After the paymeiit of all - , .ajl 3iwith be paid into the San 

sai.l .sinkiiiiJ tun.l. if any uieie ^. »-''^» u tht , , nritv of sai.l Stale 
r-TX ii;:{'T;e r r^^r eU th^-.nled'stai:r b;m.ls Ui., in sai.l 
b.,n.ls t'V , / . .M.t^e^niii ■ .u'ket rates, and place the procee.ls m sai.l 
sinkins f">."l. '\\;^ ;,.' c 'iT,,,, i-uud and shall pav out the same in ext.n- 
fu"hr:n:^fs!i'^rsta';^wl.^ controller-^ warrants .lulv .Irawn ,or 

that purpose j. jj j particular account 

S.;c. 6. The S ate Tre .-. ■ s.>al »>e^P '"^^ an.fhe shall transmit 
an.l record of all 1"* 1'^--' '^^J, "j •," '.L,dinKs thereun.ler. with his 
to the Governor an f >*•'>■.•'';:' ''LV^^'efore the Legislature: an.l all 
annual rel)..rt, to U- by the . ,..ve m.r 'f '' '^^'"y^V',, f' *-;„ .^,4., Act shall 

bo<.ks an.l pai-ers P-^'^''"-f l^l'cdo of' a J^^^^ - '"-• 

LeKis!atu;e or a joint o^imnuee u. Wh^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^ .^_ 

Skc. -. It shall be tm '■ > ' ,' •^,,,., ,,f ,1,.. ..inking fmi.l provi.led 
on >ai,l bomls when the ^'^'V^^J^^^t^^.^ U.at pu^p.-l- , 
for in tins A^i "'1^"'; ••;•;:;,; ■^;:':'^ple. as hereinafter prov nle.l 
^'■•';- ^ ] ff , • ,! •';'• r v-rir,t dav of December. A. D. eighteen 
for. sha 1 take effect ..:: tl ■- ...ul. ^^f^^,^_ ^,,^.,.i tho^e relating to 
hun.lre.l an.l ninety-two, .- V ;',' 'tuf^Jp e and for returning, canvas,- 

Act .shall take effect imni...h.U.y ^^^ g...^,. „f 

SKC. 9. This Act '!'»•',:''■•/" X„,Ugenera\elLtion. to U-liolden 

Calif..rnia f.,r the;.; rat.hc.lu... at ''»; "^^ ^^-.'J,,.,,,.,, ^,,,1 ninety-tw.. an.l 

in the month of Xovember, .V D. ^. ,*:^\'^"" .^^j." i!ecti,.n, on their ballot.s 
the4ualifie.lelect.,rs..f l::e^lalesh. .atsa .^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^_^, ^^^„ ^.^^^ ^, 

vote f..r or against this V t ;'""•'• ';,";!^.r the San Francisi.. Dep..l 
have priute.1 ..n their bal. :> ••he wor.ls ^"'^^"V ='.',. i,^^. pHnte.l on 
Act,-'and those v..ling a...:as,t the ?»«.e shall wrux or Ua^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 
their ballot, the wor.ls -.V^auist «''«^,^f^ V.^^'^f',,, „,• Ihis Act to the 
Oovern.,r of this State sliall inc.u.le "^,^^ ' '"'f^";^^^;,! ....^.ral election, 
people as aforesaid in his vr..clan.atum ^f""'K^"'^^^^^' ,,t„ii v« counted. 
•^Skc. 10. The votes c.,-i U.r ..r ««" »^,,\' ;„t „,; ,ner an.l subject 
returne.1. an.l canvasse.l. a:.! ''"l^/-' ■' ^^^./^^s an I if it appear that 
to the same rules as votes cast f"^ ^Vitl of all t he votes cast f-r and 
sai.l Act shall have recc-.'. ^ '"^f ">,f, he ,ame shall have effect as 
again-st it at such e.ecti..- /rVepcalable -.mlil the principa an. 

hereinbef..re provided. .. '""-F ,, ,^^. ...j.j .j,„i ,lischar:ie.l. an.l 

interest of the li.ibilitic. .:,.,. li'ere..f' but if a majority ..f the 

the r.overnor shall niak. ''^'' '' ^^:^^^^ ^j^^, ^j,,,,^ shall l* an.l 

votes cast as aforcsai.l a: '"" -^ ' 

become voi.l. , . „r .h.. ^ecretarv of State to have this 

Skc. II. It shall be the .Uity of ««^'^e"^"^>" ,„„,,.. or city and 
Act publishcl in at leas'. ;>^''<=^'^P«?^;ou .- .■^ut\l rSUte. f.-r' three 
counly. if ..ne be ,1?"WY^■ 1 j'-';?;^.^ [.'^^H L ludden in the n.onth .d 
months next prece.ling th. r-^''^"",'^ ,",,:,,... v-tw.-. The costs .-I »ucb 
November. A. K. eighteen '.landre-l = .'"^^ '" "J^,',, .,„ ConUoller's war- 
publication sliall be pai.l .■.-. "f t!"' l-^"*-"! » '''"'• 

'^^^^ 'Z^^'^-- -J -^"^ "' *'" ■■^"" ''""""' 

'IJ::?, ^^•■' All Acts or parts of Acts in conflict with the provisions . f 
this .\.t ir.- !i. r. bv rejieaUI. 



— 2(t — 



TlIlKU — 



All Alt /.' as^t-rtaiii ami cr/»iss the U'ill of tin ptopU of the State of 
California upon the su/>jeit of re<jniring an titucational qntilijication 
of voters. 

Whkrkas, It is expedient that the wishes of the people of this State 

upon tile subject of rfqiiiriiin an educational iiualification of voters 
slioulil hi- un'inistakably i-xprcssL-il, in order that future I.evjislaturcs 
niav lie };ni.lei! tliereliy in suhiiiittini; ainrmlniviit^ ti' the Constitution 
of the State: tlierefore, 

The I'eople of the State of California, represeiiteil ii: S-.iiate anj Assembly, 
do enact as foliou's: 

Skction I. That thirty (la\s prior to the nexi general State election 
the (iovernur shall issue his proclamation v-a'lin); upon the electors to 
signify at saiil election their will as to whcllier an eilucatior.al qualifi- 
cation sliouKl be reijuire'l of voters in tliis State, by placinj; upon the 
ballots the words " I-oran eiiucalional qualiticatioti reqiiiritig every voter 
to be able to write his name ami read any section uf tlie Constitution in 
the ICnj^Iish lan,L;ua>;e," or the words '" .\t.'aii;st an educational <|ualitica- 
tion reiiuirin;; every voter to be able to write his name an<l read any sec- 
tion of the Constitution in the Knulish lanj;uaf;e." ami the Inspectors 
and Judges of Klection at each an<l every poll in the State shall ascertain 
and make returns of the number of votes cast "For an educational 
([Ualitication requiriiii; every voter to be able to write his name and reail 
any section of the Ctinstilutii>n in the Knj;lish lan),'uaj;e," and the num- 
ber of votes cast "Ajjainst an educational <|Ualirication requiring every 
voter to be able to write his name and read any section of the Constitu- 
tion in the lCnnl!sh lan;;uaKe," in like manner as other votes are required 
to \k counted and returned; ami an abstract thero'f shall be transmitted 
by each County Clerk in the State to the Secretary i^f State, in the same 
manner that votes for State otlicers are now required to l>e transmitted. 

P'OIKTH — 

An Act to firoxii/e for the payment of funded indei'tedness of the Stale of 
California,' and to euiitraet a funded debt for that purpose. 



The I'eople of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, 
do enact as. 



represent 
s folloTis: 



Section i. For the purpose of liquidating ami providinjj for the pay- 
ment of the funded indebtedness of the State of California liereinafter 
specilicd. an.l to lessen the burden of ta.vatiou. the Gcntrnor of the State, 
the Controller of Stale, an<l the Treasurer of State, and their successors 
in office, shall constitute a lloanl of Commissioners, to be styled the 
Loan Commissioners of the State of California, and shall have and exer- 
cise the powers ami perform the iluties hereinafter provided. 

She. 2. The said Loan Commissioners are hereby authorised to issue 
ami sell not exceeding; two million tive hundred and twenty-eJxht thou- 
sand five hundreil dollars lf2,,S2!>.5oo) of the bonils of said State, bearing 
interest at the rate of four |ier cent per annum, which interest shall be 
payable semi-annually, in nold coin, on the second days in .\pril and 
t)ctol«;r in each vear.'at the office of the Trea.surer of State. The prin- 
cipal of said bonds shall be made payable in gold coin, within twenty 
years after the date of their is^ue. and shall be of such denominations as 
the said I.oan Commissioners shall direct, but not less than live humlred 
dollars; shall bear the ilate of their issue, ami shall be signeii by the said 
l^oan Commissioners, and shall have the seal of the Slate atTixed thereto; 



— •.'! — 

and the faith of the State ..f Caiitornia is hereby pledge<l for the payment 
of said iMjnds ami the interest accruing thereon, as herein provided. 

Skc - Coupons for the interest shall be attached to each bt.nd. so 
that'the''v mav be removed without injury or mutilation to the bon<i: said 
coup'^"*' consecutively numbered, shall 1* signed by the Treasurer of 

^'sl^i s. Before the sale of anv of said bonds the saitl Loan Commis- 
sioners thall cause notice of such sale to t« published for the space of 
^rmonth in two daily newspapers published m hngl.sh, one in the c.tv 
of San Francisco, and one ui the capital ot the State. Such notice slia 
!^ct V the amount of bou.Ls lo be sold, the rale o. interes they shall 
bSr the dav and hour of sale, the place of sale, which sha 1 be at the 
sta^e Capitol and that sealed proposals will be received by the sa d 
fun Commissioners for the purchase of said bonds, witlnn one month 
Cm the expiration of such i>..,i.l.cation; and on the day and hour named 
n sail notice, the said L<.an C<.mmissioners shall open all sealed pro- 
VK.sals "eceived bv them, an,! shall award the purchase of said bonds to 
suTh bidders as w^ll, in th,.:r opinion, make the most advantageous bid 
fo he S ate; pro- ded. th.a -aid Loan Commissioners may rc^ject anv 
all bids if thev deem r. L. the advantage ot the .state; ami froruled 
furllr that tliei- mav refuse to make any award unless surtu.ent secu- 
rhv shall 1^ furnished bv .-. t.idders for the compliance with the erms 
ruy snau ,'^ '" n,^ , ■ r that said bonds shall not be sold for 

Us than .^e hun/re ' ' ..AM.r, in gold coin, par value , 

le.-s than one l.un re ^ ^^^^ Treasurer and Controller of Slate 

each to keet. a separate ti.- : 1 "i all bon.ls sold under the provisions of 
this u;.shJ:wing the nur..r .iate. amount, and rate of interest of each 

"^It ^' '^^^::T::^':::^^^ >.e pai<l mto the state Treas. 
ur^^an^;sJln5 applied- ^^ ^.^^^^^'i^ "^ 

order ol their issuance. . .,V^'-e„",-tl>e funded inu btedness 

:^S:t^o/^l^;:.S anuo contr^^^TS^U debt f^^ 

af^^sAc^ih^.upcm,.-e.,ancmof^uc^ 

^r^'l^rjhorC^d';^ f:t::::r:nd:;';h^L^ at the ^o/orie Inm^lr^ 
cents on the dollar, par v.: a- but no m.,id '•""'''^^ ';;"?';„ f,;,:^,y^iiars 
than five hundred dollars. :u.r .or a fractional I«" " '^ «,~,'^,^;';/, ^,^^^ 

but the sai,l I-- <:-->--- -^---n^m^-'.>"-'l^'^>-l 
parts not bonded, which -■. •,' ' '"^f ^.,Y;^'. f .,„,. ,,o„,u provided for in 
to be paid out o the pr. .- ^^^^^Zu^^M cancel each bond 

received the same, an.l fr n. whom, the number ^^^XnaTn the office 
bon.l issued in exchange therefor, and shall tile such bond in tne oniie 

of the Secretary of State ,, . • ,,,„ c,^.. Treasury, from the pro- 

SEC. S. Whenever the. '';f , 'f,, ,"^;' f,if ^^^.V".,. of ten thousand 
ceeds of the sale of bond- ;,; .',,'; 7^'heV"^,;„rer to advertise in two 
dollarsormore. It shall t.^.^... ><'^l"^ Francisco, and one m the 
newspajwrs pnnte.i in »•'';'■'■'■ "'If '"hih advertisements shall state 
capital of the State, for l^^;■ '"""'''*\"^';f,,^ e t" the redemption of 
the amount of money in •'.u- treasur> «PP' ^ 'y he or'i'^f ''f »»>"' 
bonds, and the number oi ' ouds. numlK-nng ^''^ " '" ;"X date of the 
issuance, which are redeen ^'-^ ■ -^^ ^'y^^:'^J^Z^r^^^\^M 
expiration of such adverti- u.ent. '"--'j, ^'" ''•Ve.U.mini.m of such bonds 
cease to <lraw interest, but -he money f'^,"''^J^'\V'"er presented, 
shall remain in the treasure to pav such l^;f;:^'^'^'^y^J''^.^l,%,\ and 
SEC. 9- Kor the payir.ci,-. »'''"". ''T'i'VY^V^;,'! ,rie?U-d annually 
interest of the bonds issue.l under this Act th"Y«m s have U-en issue.1 
bvthe State Boar.l of Lquali/ation, after an> l»nd» nave .xi 



imilcr this Act. such rate of tax on each one hirnlreil dollars of the 
assessed value of real and personal property in the Stale, to be computed 
liy the Controller of State on the hasis of the a^-cs.•ied value of such 
properly for the preceding; year, as shall produce annually for the first 
live years seven per centum of the amount •.■f sucl. I>i'nds issued: for the 
next ten years thereafter, twelve per centum of the :."".'.'unt of such bonds 
tssue<I; ami thereal'ter, until all the bonds issue<l uv.dtr this Act are paid, 
tit'teen per centum of the amount of such bonds is>:u' 1. The State Board 
of Ivpialij'.ition shall certify the rate of tax thus <;• !:i;' ilcd to tile several 
County .\uditors, and the said .\uditors are herebv .ii:cite<l and reiiuire<l 
to enter such rate on the assessment rolls of tluir respective counties, 
in the same manner an<i with the same etfect as is ]'ri»vided !)y law in 
relation to other State taxes. Kvery tax levied umKr the provisions or 
authority of this Act is hereby made a lien aj;ainst the property asscsseil, 
which lien sliall attach on — ■ — of each year, and ■.li.i'i not lie satisfied or 
retnove<l until such tax has been paid. .MI mor.eys iierive<l from taxes 
authorized by the provisions of this secti(ni shall i)e paiil into the State 
Treasurv, and shall be ajjplied, tirst, to the payment of the interest on 
the bonds issued by the provisions of this .\ct; second, to the payment 
of the principal of such bomls: />r nii/fi/, that all the moneys remaining; 
in the State Treasury on the third <lay of January of each year, for the 
tirst five years after the issuance of any bonds under this Act. after all 
the interest on such bonris then due has been paiil, shall be transferred 
by the Treasurer of State to the (ieneral Kund. 

Six. 10. Whenever, on the thiril of January or July in any year, after 
the expiration of five years from the date of issuance of any bonds under 
this Act, there remains, after the payment of the i-t. rest as provi<led in 
the prece<lini; sectioji, a surplus often thousand ■]"Vi ir< or more, it shall 
lie the duty of the Treasurer to advertise, for the -;iue of one month, in 
one daily newspaper publisheii in Kn^lisli in the city of San Franci.sco, 
and for one month in one daily paper published in l.n^jlish at the State 
capital, for sealed proposals. u> be oi)ened one inoi;th after the expira- 
tion of such publicatiiJU by the Treasurer, in presenrt- of the tVuvernor or 
Controller, at the State Capitol, for the surrender of Ixmds issued under 
this Act, wliich advertisements shall state the antmnit of money he has 
on hand for the ptirpose of redemption, and they ^h.l!l accept tile lowest 
propo.sals. at rates not exceeding par v.alue. as may redeem the t^reatest 
amount of bonds, until the amount of cash on hand for redemption is 
exhausted: fro-'iiied. /wu't'tc'r, in case a sulTicient amount of such bonds 
shall not be otfered as aforesaid to exhaust the sinkini; fund to a less 
amount than ten thousand d(dlar>, then it is heveliy made the duty of 
the Treasurer to advertise in two newspapers, one in San Francisco and 
one in the capital of the State, for three months, which advertisements 
shall state the amount in the sinking fund, and l!ie number of bonds, 
nuniberini; them in the order of their issuance, wliich such fund is set 
apart to pay ami discharge: and if such bonds s<. manbered in such ad- 
vertisements shall not be presented for payment .md cancellation at the 
expiration of such publications, then such fund shall remain in the 
treasury to di>char>;e such l)onds whenever presente<i: but they shall 
draw no interest after the expiration of such publicatiii.. Before any of 
said bomls shall be paiil they shall be presented to the Contndler. who 
shall indorse on each bond the amount due therctm, and shall write 
across the face of each bond the date of its sarren ler ami the name of 
the person surrendering. 

Sec. II. The Treasurer shall keep a full and particular account and 
record of all his proceedings under this Act, and of the bonds redeemed 
ind surrendered, and he shall transmit to the Cu'vcrnor an abstract of 
all his proceedings under this Act. with his annual report, to be by the 
(Vovernor laid liefore the Leijislature; and all bixiks anil papers pertain- 
ing to the matter provided ior in this Act shall, at all times, be ojien to 
the inspection of any party interested, or the ttoveriior, or the .\ttorney- 



(.Veneral or a committee of either branch of the Legislature, or a joint 
committee of both. 

Skc. \1- It shall !>e the duty of the Treasurer to pay the interest on 
said tionds when the satiie falls due, out of said Interest Kund, if suffi- 
cient' and if said fund be not sutficient, then to pay the ileficiency out of 
the tVeneral I'lmd; pri>viiifii. that the Controller of State shall first draw 
his warrant on the Treasure, payable to the order of said Treasurer, for 
the amount of interest money about to become <lue, which said warrant 
shall be drawn at least one moHtlt previous to the niaturins; of the interest. 

Skc. 13. This Act shall take effect sixty days after the next general 
election, as to all its prov!<i..ns, e% ept those relating to and necessary 
for its submission to the pe i;)ie, and for returning. canva.ssing, and pro- 
claiming the votes, whicli >'.ia!; take effect immediately. 

Skc. 14. This .\a shall be submitted to the people of the State for 
their ratification at the next i;eneral election, and the qualified electors 
of this State shall, at sai<l election, on their ballots for State ofl'icers, 
vote for or against this Act. Thosi voting for the same shall write or 
have printed on their ba:.t~ the words "Refund the Debt — Yes ;" and 
those voting against the - ^■x.^: shall write or have printed on their ballots 
the words " Refund the IK: : — No." 

Skc. 15. The votes ca<: for and against this Act shall be counted, 
returned, and canvasscil, aii.i declared in the same manner and subject 
to the same rules as votes cast for Treasurer of State: and if it appear 
that a majority of all the votes so cast for or against this law as afore- 
said are in favor of this A ;. then the same shall have effect as hereinbe- 
fore proviiUvl, and shall It irrepeaiable until the principal and interest 
of the liabilities herein ( nated shall be paid and ilischarged, and the 
(iovernor shall make pr.> lamation thereof: but if a majority of the 
votes so cast are against this Act, then the same shall become void. 

Skc. 16. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of Stale to have this Act 
published in one newspaper in each county of this .Slate for four succes- 
sive weeks immediately preceding election. 

IvacU Act shall be witcd upon separately from the others, by 
ballot, at the next general election, to be held on Tuesday, the 
eighth dav of November. A. D. 1S92. 

Kach ballot used at such election must contain, imnted 
thereon, the words: 



For the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people. 
Against the election of I"nitcd States Senators by direct vote of the 
people. 



For the San Francisco Dt pot Act. 
Against the San Francisco Depot Act. 

For an educational qualification, requiring everj- voter to be able to write 
his name and read any section of the Constitution in the English 
language. 

.\gaiiist an educational qualification, requiring every voter to be able to 
write his name and read any section of the Constitution in the English 
language. 



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Refund the debt— No. 



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And 1 do 1k'h.1>> utTcr a rf\v;ird ol" (nic hundrfd di^llars for 
the arrest and conviction of any and every jH;rson violating any 
of the provisions of Title I\'. I'art I, of the Penal Code: such 
rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter exjjended 
for tlie purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

In te.stinion\ whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
causetl the (ireat Seal of thti^tate to be affixed, at the citv of 



Sacramento, thi-; the 
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Thanksgivi ng Proclamation. 

The President of the United States, in acoordance with time- 
honored oust on, having appointed Thursday the ''^Ith day of the 
present month as a • day oi thanksgiving to God for His mercies 
and snppliance for Fis continued care and grace • ; and as the 
neople of this Stat^ have dvrmg the past year enjoyed great prosper- 
ity, I deem it most fitting that ol the day designated tp' the 
President we should ackno-aedge the many blessings with which we 
have been surrounded; and I therefore recomLiend that said 24th day 
of November be observed by the people of this State generally as a 
day of rest and meditation, and that each in his own my give 
thanks for our continued prosperity arri invoke divine guidance 
for the future. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set :^y 
hand and caused the Great Seal of the 
State to be affixed at Sacranento this 
sixteenth day of November in the voar 

'Of our Lord one thousand eight hundred 

nnd nin^tv' two. 

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Fl'EREAS, a "noral *?l'>'jtion, an renrirod by iar.-, w&s h^ifi m 
'.: 9 StatT of Caiif-rr.ia on Ti^rrgflay tie lithi ^lay o: liovS'sbor, A. 1). 
1392 : 

AV-T) n'rirvr/'?, M^ 3carr: of Srnervisors of th-; C-!':.ty oi Inyo 
by ordnr irly '?staLii:ii '>■' Af. eioction ftr'^ciuct 'viti in sai'l Ir^'O 
Cornty kno^Ti and dosirnatfici r; Crrro .Icrdc Pli'^ction ^'rocmct Mo. 
12 , anr; a'^^ointed John Tlioms Inspector of Fioct lOns f"r s id 
Precinct : 

AKD TOFilEAS, John N. Yandol. v/aa -irly naunabod for tin oific? 
of Cornty Clork, ilecordar and Auditor oi sai-d Inyo no«\-.ty. in 
accordanc-5 >"ith ti^e provisions of S'^c^ionr, UB6 and 1187 of M.<^ 

Political Code : 

AND ?>:Fa?:AS, John Th.-vnas, Inmoctrr as aforpsaid, has int.d« 
affidavit ti at a:, oiection was provsntsd ir. said C«rro vlordo 
Precinct No. 13, Inyo ro'.'nty. by tl"^ los?; or dfiatr^'f^tion of tb^ 
ballots intendf^d for tliat pr'^cinct, and has tranarMt.tnd the srv.'i 
to Loe, in accordance ^dth tl.e nrovisi-na of Section 1201 of th? 
Political Code : 

AKD FirEPilAS, tie said John N. Yand^ll, cr.ndidate for County 
Cl^ik, Recorder and Ai'ditor as afonscid, in accordaiice niU. U o 
^rovisioia of » id Section 1201, has cadi ap^licatinn tome for 
ca order for a n«w election ii. sai'i pr«cinct : 



A^JD FHFRFAS, th?^ rflorirfirenta of ti^n srtatrtos in :■ ci. cases 
: arlo a.. A -Tovi'I^'l hpA e ir. aii rns^'ct-s b''.''^n cnsoiiori rxth ; ar:d 
if. boi:i< r^a'^T ny ditty by ia^- to order a now olnction ih said 
">r-^cinc-t : 

Kjr IrERFlfjRI^, I, H. H. I.1ARHKAM, Jov=>nior oi the Stat'? of 
Caiif'^niia, do honby five notice that ai. eixtinn v/iii n h'id in 
said Cerro Jordo Preciaot No. 12, Inyo Cornty, Sta'.G of Caiif-rr.ia, 
on ti/^ trirt'i^T.th day of Doc-^r.bnr , A. V. 1332, f r aii tho officors 
n\o wer-' to L"^ voted frr at said p.t^rierai exaction or. said Bth da:;' 
of Kovs/ber, A. ^. 1J92 in said Cerro uordo I^ocinct No. 13, Inyo 
County, and vhoso nai^.oa "-gro orinted iv^on the g^ircrai tickot 
intoudod for said precinct at said ronerai enaction. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of one h.i'ndnd dollars for the 
arrist aiid conviction of any and every person vioiatir.g ai\y of the 
provisions o. Title 4, Part 1 of the Penal Code, Sfid re<vards to 
be paid until the total to be hereafter exnended for t^e -^iTpoae 
rea-hes tie svm of ton thottiand dollars. 

IN V^ITT^'ESS FHEREO?, I have here- 
unto set ii^y h.-nd and caused 
til 9 {;roat Seal of State to 
be affixed at Caonu ento 
this twenty sixth da^^' of 
November, A. D. 1892. 



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Secretary of State. 



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TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESEHTS SHALL COME, GREETING. 

FHEREAS , the Legislature at its 29th Session passed an Act 
entitled • An Act to provide for the issuance and sale of State 
Bonds to create a fund for the construction and furnishing by the 
Board of State Harbor Cor.amissi oners of a general ferrv' and passenger 
denot in the City arid Coimty of San Francisco ; to create a sinking 
fund for the payiaent of safd Lonris, and providing for the submission 
of this Act to a vote of the people • ; 

AND WHEREAS, the Secretan^ of State of the State of California 
has certified under th^ great seal of State that said Act received 
the Loajority of all votes cast for and afamst it ; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, H. H. MARKHAM, Governor oi the State of Cali- 
fornia, lu ac^crdanc^ vo th the provisions of Section 10 of said Act, 
do hereby make public proclaiiation -hat said Act has received the 
iiiajority of the votes cast for and against it". 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto 
set Liy liand and caused the Groat 
Seal of State to be affixed at 
Sacrai.«nto this third day of 
January, A. D. Id93. 



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Sir: 

'^ik accordance with the resolrtion of the Legisiatrre of the 
State of California, I hereby inform yor that at the f,eneral election 
in this State, held on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1892, an Pet 
tc ascertain an expression of the will of the neople of the State of 
California upon the subject of the election of United States 
Senators, was submitted to the qraliiied voters of the State of 
California, and that th^ vote thereon was 187,987 in favor of the 
election of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people, 
and 13, 342 a^.ainst the election of such Senators by th-^ direct 

vote of the people. 

IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have hereunto 
set lay har/I and cai'sed the Great 
Seal of State to be affixed at 
Sacratiento this tenth day of 
January, A. D. Id98. 




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SACRAUENTO, CAL. 

TO ALL, TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY COME, Greeting. 

imEREAS, The Opening exercises of the CALIFORNIA 
MIWINTER INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION are tD be held in San Francisco 
on Saturady the twenty s even th day of Jannaiy, A. D. 1^, and 

WHEREAS, I am of the opinion that it is the desire of the 
people of tre State and that it is to their interest that said 
opening day shall be made a legal holiday ; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, H. H. MARKHAM, Ck)vemor of the State of 
California, by virtue of the power in ne vested, do hereby designate 
and set aoart SATORDAY THE TWENTY SEVENTH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1894 

as a public holiday. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of the 

State of California to be 

Affixed at the State Caoitol, 

on this the sixteenth day of 

Janr4iiy, A. ^K 1894. 



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THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. 



EXFC'JTIVE DFPAilTMENT, 
Sacrai '^nto, Nov. 6, iB93. 



The Chief Execrtive of this Nation^ has issred his Proclamation 
racoimn nding Th-rsdav ti^.e 30th, inst. as a day of ti^anksgiving and 
praise. ii erefore-, as Governor of California, I recoD -nd that 
tb^ same day be set apart for the people of tnis State, to retrm 
their sincere thanks to God for tiie many blessings bestowed vipon us. 

Di^riii^; the past year, we have experienced financial disasters 
m common with ti^e people of other States, brt we shonld forget 
tiiese in ti^e memory of the many bless inr.s enjoyed by ns, which are 
not vouchsafed to mankind in oth'^r coTOtries. 

I earnestly reconinend^ that yoi' set apart this day and in yorr 
own way manifest yoi-v gratitude to the Creator for all his blessings; 
especially for the privilege of being an .American citizen ud & 
re-udent of the magnificent State of Ci-iifomia. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have herei'nto set my hand and caused 
tlie Great Seal of Staf* to be affixed. 




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Tl)o Chief Executive of tbis Nafcioi) bar Issued bi:^ ProcIan)atioi) recoiT)- 
iT)ei)dir)0 Tl)ui-sclay, tbe TbirHetb ii)stai^K as a day of I'baoIvSQivii)^ ar>cl praise. 
Tbercforc, as Governor of Califori)ia, I rccoi7)n)ei)c{ tbat bbe saiT)e day be seb 
apart for tbc people of tbir State to returi) tbeir sincere tbai)k-s to God for tbe 
n)anv blessii)«^s bestowed upon us. 

Durino tbe past vear ve bave experienced financi;d disaster? irj conynyoi) 
vitb tbe people of otber States, but vc sbould foryet tbc^c in tbe n;en)ory of 
tbe n;)anv bl^ssinys ^njoved bv us wbicb are i)ot voucbsafed to n)anklnd ip 
otln'r countri(^. 

I eanx^stlv reconioH'nd tbat you *ct apart tbl;* day, ai)d in your ovn 
wav manife-'t your yratitude to tl)o Creator f»>r all Hi;* ble:<:*iny:*, t^p^vially 
for tin' privile^v of K>in<> an Anx-rioan citizen aixl a re:*ident of tl)e nxiynifi- 
cent Stab' of California. 






EXEC rn V E DEPARTMEXT, 



Tl)o Cl)icf ExccuHvc of ll)is Xalioi) \ya^ issued \)\y Proclan)al'ioi) ivcon:>- 
n)ci)aii)o Tl)Ui-sday, the Tl)irbiebh iDsKanK as a day of tbapks^iviyy ai)d praise. 
Tl)orcforo, as Governor of Califori)ia, I rccon)n)ei)d bl)at bbe sai^e day he seb 
apaib for bl^e people of bl)i;^ Sbabe bo reburi) bbeir siixere bbapks bo God for b^e 
iT)ai}v l-)lessii)OS bcsbowed upoi) us. 

Durii)o bbe pasb year ve bave exporiei)ced fh)ai)cial disa^ber;; ir) coi7)iT)op 
vibb bbe people of obber Sbabcs, tnib we sbould foryeb bbe^c ii) bbe n:)CiT)ory of 
bbe n>auv 1>Iessir)Os ei:)joy^"tI t-.v us vd)icl) are i>ob voucl)safed bo n)ai)knxl n> 

obbe^^ eounbrier^. 

I earne^^blv recon:)nxn)d bbab you :^eb aparb bbi;^ day, ai)d ip your owi) 
v-av n)ai)ife-^b your ortibibude bo bbe Creabor for all His blcssii^Ss, especially 
for bbe privileoe of Wi^o ai) An;ericai;) cibizoi) ai)d a residei)b of bbo nxiyi)ifi- 
cei)b Sbabe of Califori^ia. 




In VITNES^ VhEREOF, I bave b^reui^bo ^eb ipy bai:)d 
aixl caused bbe Greab Seal of Sbabe bo lic affixed. 

H. H. MARKHAM 

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State i>k i'aiikoksi a. ) 

KXBI ITlVE llFl-ViyMENT, • 

Sairimenti, Aiigust^lSW. ) 

■\V"1'"•1•^••^^■ riie l.ejiislatnrc cirf llie State 
\\ i.f ralifiirnhi. at its lliirtietli sessi'iii, 
lieL'innint; <>ii the secml ilav of .laiuiary. 
\.1>. isst:}. two Iliints of all Ihe ineiubers 
electe<l to each of the lioiises of said l.efiis- 
latiire votiim in fav.>r tliereof, propose.! I he 
f.illowiiii: •les<Tih(il aineiiiiiueiits to tlie 
Constitution of the State of tttlifornio, to 
wit : 

AMENDMEKT NUMBEE ONE. 

ASSEMBLY (.■..S>ritVTl"NAl. AMENLVENT N.l. S. 

A resohition to priipose to the people of the 
State c'f I'alitoniia an iinuinlmeiit lo tlie 
Conslitntion of the state, anien.hii;; se«- 
tion one of article two thereof, relative lo 
the ri(.'lit of sutlratre. 

.>iection 1. Kverv native male citizen of 
the Initeil States! every male person who 
shall have acinire.l the rij-'hts o citizen- 
ship under or hy virtue of the Ireaty of 
imeretaro. and every male naturalized citi- 
zen th.re..f. who shall have liecome such 
niiietv da\ s i.riiir to any election, of the a>;e 
of t went"- me vears. who shall have U-en 
resident ;dtheStateone year iie.xt preceding 
the election, and of the county m which he 
claims his vote ninety days. an. in the 
eleetion precinct lliiriy days, shall he en- 
titled to vote at all elections which are now 
or mav hereafter he authorized hv law ; 
,.r,.,l.lr,l. no native of China, no idiot, no 
n-ane person, no l«r»on convicted of any 
famous crime, no person hereafter con- 
victed of the eml«'zzlement or misai.|.r.> 
i.riati.m of puhlic money, ami no i^erson 
llo shall not he able to read the i ouMitu- 
tion in the Kn^-lish lan^-ua^-e and write his 
name, shall ever e.vercise the privilepes of 
anelect..r in this State; ;.r..r.</i-./. that the 
provisi.ms of this an.emlment relative p. an 
i<lucutional.nmhlicalion shall not apply to 
ri'v person prevented by a physical disa- 
h liiv from c.mplyim: with its requisitions, 
u.,r (o any perso'n who now has the rm-ht o 
vote. n..r to ativ person who shall I* sixu 
vear-of age and up«ar.ls at the time this 
amendment shall take effect. 

AMENDMENT NOMBER TWO. 

SSX»TK I..N-I111 11 N>l AMtMMKM No. 11. 

V res..liition i.roposinK to the people of the 

•ifite of 1 alif.Tnia an amendment to stt;- 

ii ,1 three ..f article eleven ..f the I onsti- 

tution..f the Mute of . alif. rnm.r,litiim' 

to the formatii'ii of new c<mnties. 

.s:cction X The Legislature, hy ceneral 

and nnif..rm laws, may !•■•""''!■/';'"■;• '7/ 

malion of new counties ; ;.r...-.-ff./ «".'""• 

1 at no new county shall be established 

which -hall n-duce anv connty to a popu- 

Ta i.i o less than eight th..usand ; nor 

,nall a new countv U- f..rn.ed containing a 

Irv, ,».pulati..n than live th..iisand. nor 

shall at V line there..! pass within hve miles 

. f ,1 e c;mntv seat ..f any cunlv J.n.lHjsej 

I, U- .livi.led. Kverv .■..nnty which sha 

L enh.rg.Ml or . r.-ate.l from ternary taken 

fTom anv ..ther cunly ..r cunties. shall l« 

ii'le .^-ajust pr..iK-.rti..n ..f the existing 

rbt. an.l liahllmes of the c.mntv or 

counties tr..ni which sneli territory shall I* 

Uken. 

AHKHDMEHT NOMBM THKE«. 

A.sr«l.l,V ...N.m.ll"SU AMKM.MK.vt S... T. 

A iwlntion pr..i«.sing an an.en.ln.eiit to 
the . ..nstituli..n ..f the Male of « ali- 
f..r..i« bv ad.l.ng a new se.ti..n.t.. article 
,l„ri.en'..f the »«'.l '•.•nstitut...n, t-- be 
ioiml«.rr.l «h Hon twelve an.l tlirr« 
t,.urlhs tl2\>, relating to revenue and 
taxation. 

. Kruit an.l nutl>earinglr»«» 

„, ■ ,,f fieir vear» from llie time 

■ '(har.1 l.>riii. and grm|«- 
. ,.f Ihrw »eani from the 
.lMevii-.r(..rni, shall I* 
' m. all.) n. .tiling in this 
• .■•rt.Ml •■ 9tibiectlna 



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vine* i. 
time "I 
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IIiYri««"»nd'itra'l«\in»« to u»»ti..n. 



ule. provide for the .lisp..sition of real 
estate which shall hereafter be acquired 
by such aliens by .lesceiu or devise. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER FIVE. 

Senate i'o.nstiicii'Nai. AmeM'Mknt No. 17. 

A resolution t.roposing to the iieople of the 
.s^tate of ('alif..riiia an aniemiment to sec- 
tion seven, article eleven, of the Constitu- 
tion of the State of California. 

Section 7. City ami county governments 
may be merge. 1 and cnsoli.late.l into one 
municipal goveriin.eni, with one set of 
orticers, anil may be in. .irporale.l un.ler 
general laws pro\Mliiigf..rthe inc. Tp. .ration 
ami i.rganizati.iii of .-orporutions f..>r mu- 
nicipal puriH..ses. The provisions of this 
Constitution applicable to cities, an.l als>j 
those applicable to cunties, so far as not 
inconsistent or prohibite.l U) cities, shall be 
applicable to such consolidated govern- 
ment. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER SIX. 

SrNATE CiiNSTlTIIl.iNAl, AMESl.SlF.Nr No. 7. 

.\ rest.Iution t.> pr.>pose to the people of the 
State of I ahfiTiiia an ameii.lnient to the 
Con5lituti..n of the State, amending sec- 
tion nine of article thirteen thereof, rela- 
tive to the election of a Slate Hoard of 
l'.|Ualizatioii. 

.<ection )l. A State Hoard of E.iualization, 
consisting of one member from each con- 
gressional .lisirict in this Mate, shall be 
elected bv the .|ualilied electors of their 
respe.tive districts, at the lirst general elec- 
tion t.i be liel.l after the a.h.ption of this 
amendment, and at each general election 
everv four years, whose term of otlice 
shall be f..r four years, whose duly it 
shall be to e.|ual"ze the valuation of 
the taxable proj^rty in the several coun- 
ties of the Male for the purposes of taxa- 
tion. The Contr..ller ..f .-tale shall be ex 
olticio a member of the Hoard. The 
lli.ar.l9 of Mi|.ervisors ..f the several coun- 
ties of the Male shall constitute lloar.ls of 
Kiiualization f..r their respective counties 
whose dutv it shall be to ciuali/e the val- 
uali.iiiof the taxable pr..periy in the county 
for the purpose of taxation ; y/r... n/<i(. such 
Stale and i ountv IL.ards of K..|ualizaiion 
are herebv aiilh.>ri/.e.l an.l empowere.l, 
umler sucii rules ..f notice as the County 
lloar.ls mav prescribe as to the county as- 
sessments, "an.l under such rules of notice 
as the Stale l>.>anl mav prescribe as lo the 
action ..f the .-late r..">ar.l. to increase or 
lower the entire assessment roll, or any 
assessment c.ntaine.l therein, so as to 
e.|iiaiize the assessment of the proi«rlv 
contaiiie.l in sui'l ass.ssmeiit r..ll, an.l 
make the assessment conf.irm to the true 
value in m..iiev of the pr.iperty contained 
ill sai.l roll: ;.r<,i i.fr.f. Ihal n.i Hoar.l ..f 
K.|Ualuatioii shall raise any m..rlgage, 
.lee.l ..t trust, contract, or ..ther obligali..n 
bv which a debt is siiure.l. nioiiev, or sol- 
vent ire.lits. alMve its face value. Ihe 
State Hoar.l of l-:.|Uulization electe.1 in 
eighteen huii.lred an.l ninety-four shall 
c..iitintie in ..nice until their su.cessi.rs. 
as herein pr.ivi.le.l f..r, shall Ih' elecle.l and 

shall .lual.fy. 

AMEHDMENT NUMBER SEVEN. 

SKSiTE . .N-llTl Tl'Ml. AMKMHHXT Nil. ].'.. 

A res.ihiti.iii t.. pr.ip..se I., the j*.iple of the 
Mute ..f I alif..rMia an amemlmeiil lo urti- 
cle thirteen i.f the i ..n-lilulioii. section 
one, in relation to nveiiue and taxati..n. 

Secli.in 1. All pr..i«rtv in Ihe Stale, n..t 
exempt un.ler the laws ..f the I' lilted Mates, 
shall IH- taxe.l in pr..iH.rli..n lo its value, to 
be ascertaine.l as pr..vi.|e.l by law. The 
wonl ■•pr..i«'rly.'as iise.l in this article and 
section. i« lierebv det luri'il t.> iiidmle m..n- 
eys cn'.lils. U.n.l-. »t.« k». .lues, tram lii«es, 
an.l all ..ther matier« an.l things real. \<vr- 
soiial, an.l n.ixe<l. capable ..f private owner- 
ship ; /^oii./'.f. that pr.>i*rtv u«e<l f.>r free 
pnl.lii libraries and free miiM-.ini" growing 
IT.. I- ir.l»rl\ .-.1 . \. !>.-n. Iv !. r I .iMic 

ilie 

I -'>• 

'le. 



..f the Iniversityof California, and the Tro- 
fessor of Pedagogy therein, and the Trinei- 
pals of the Stale Normal >ch...ils, shall ciin- 
stilute Ihe State Hoard of Kducati.in, and 
shall compile, or caused to be compiled, 
an.l aihipt. a uiiif. .rm series of text-books 
for use in the cinnion sclio.ils Ihr.iughout 
Ihe State. The Slate Hoard may cause such 
text books, when adopted, to l»e printed and 
publishe.l bv the Su|*riiiteii.lenl ..f Slate 
i'riiiiing, at" the State rrinting I'llice, and 
when so printe.l and publishe.l. to be dis- 
tributed and s..ld at the cost price of print- 
ing, publishing, and distributing the same. 
The texl-bo..ks s.) a.h.pte.l shall cmlinue 
in use n..t less thun four years ; and said 
State Ii..ur.i shall i.erf..rm such ..therduties 
as mav be presoribeil by law. The l.egisla- 
ture shall provide f..r a H.iurd ..f Kducaiion 
in each c..untv in the state. The County 
Sui«rinien.len"ts an.l the County H..ards of 
Kducaiion shall have c.inln.l of the ex- 
amiiuiti..n of teachers an.l the granting of 
tea.herscertilicates within their respective 
jurisdiclious. 



AMENDMENT NUMBER NINE. 

SESAlt . uNMinil.'NAl. AMtNI.MEM NO. -U 

\n Act t." submit ui the people of the State 
of California an ameii.lnient to section 
twentv-three of article four ..f the Consti- 
tution of the State of California. 

Se. lion 23. The raendiers of the Legisla- 
ture shall receive, in full payment f..r their 
services, the sum of one thousand ($l.iiOO) 
dollars, and mileage not loex.eed ten cents 
|>er mile, and for contingent expenses not 
lo excee.l tweniv-tlve .loll..irs. for each ses- 
sion, to be paid out of the public treasury. 
No increase in compensation or mileag* 
shall lake effect during the term for which 
the members ..f either house shall have 
been electe.l. ami the jav of no attach^ 
shall be increased after lie is elected or 
appointed. 

NOW TllKl!KK<li!K. rursuant to the 
provisions of Ihe Coiistitiilion, and an .\ct 
of Ihe Legislature entitled '.Kn Act to Jiro- 
vi.le for the submission of pro|...se.l amend- 
ments to the Constilulion of the State of 
California to the .lualilied elect. irs for their 
approval." aj.pn.ve.l March 7. \ D. l-M, viz.: 

■■.s;yction 1. Whenever the Legislature 
shall pr..|'..se any ameiidment or amend- 
ments to Ihe Co'nstiiuiion of this stale, 
which amendment or amendments shall 
have Iwen passe.l in Ihe manner and form 
re.(uired bv sixtion one of article eighteen 
of Ihe Cn'stitution, and no other m..de is 
provideil bv law for the subiiii-sion of such 
amemlmeiil or aineii.imenls t<> the people 
for their appr.ival. it shall be the duty of 
the iiovern..r lo a.lverlise such pro|«>sed 
amendment or amendments in at least four 
newspapers of general circulation in this 
State, f..r three iii.>iiths next preo.ling the 
next general electi..n < me ..f sui.i news- 
pa|«rs must be publishe.l at Ihe city of 
Sacramento, and two at the city of San 
Fraiicisi-o; ami in issuing his ]iriKlaiiialion 
f.ir an elecii.in at wlii. h any amendment or 
amendments t.i the C.instlluti..n are to 1« 
v..te.l U|K>n. he shall inclu.le such an.end- 
nient or amendments therein, an.l he shall 
(lesignale them bv iinml»'rs. in Ihe onler in 
which thev have Ueii proi«.se.l." 

The sai.l amendments are submitted to 
be separauly vote>l upon by lutllot by the 
.jualilied electors of Ihe State, on 

Tuf-idi). XovfMbfr lith. .ID. 1^04. 

Kach ballot use.l at such election must 
rontain. printed thereon, the wonls: 

.\sseniblv Constituli..iial .Xnieiid- • Yes. 
nient Sum her Kight. i So. 

Senate Constitutional Aniemiment . Ye». 
Numlier Fourteen. . No. 

Aiaenibly < Vn»titnti.in«l Anund- . Ve». 
nient Suniber .''even. < To. 

.\ssembly Conslitnlional .Vmend- i Ye». 
n.»nt Viin.li»r Twelve. i !fo 

Senate Constitiiliona! Amendment . Ym. 

Numl«-r s*venleeii v 



Uviiiiiii'i! "» <'"" »e*"'i<l "'■■»y "' .'aiiiiury. 
A.l>. ISICI, twi> lliinls (if ull ilif iiieiiibcrs 
eltiieii tofiicli of tlie lioiist- of saiil l.eijis- 
laliin? voting in fav.ir tlitri-of, iTuposeil the 
(ollowiiii: ileacriU'd miietwlmriit? tu llie 
Ciinstitmi.'ii ol the :^taie of i ulifornm, to 
wit: 

AMENDMENT NDMBEB ONE. 

AKSKSIBI.Y COSSTITITIOSAI. AMSM.MKM No. S. 

A resoliiiioii to i.r.ijios.' tollif iicople of the 
Mule of (uliforiiiii UN :iiii"'iiili"i'iil to the 
folislitiltion of thf Statf.uiMin.lMi>: nei-- 
lion oni- of artirh- two thereof, relutive to 
the ri(!ht of suftruK-e. 

Section I. Kvery native nial.' lilizen of 
the I'nitiil Siules. every loale |i.T><on who 
Dimll have acinire.l the ritrht^ of citizcn- 
shiii nii.ler or hv virtue of tlie Irealy of 
Oi.er.-taM, ami every male naturuhze.l iiti- 
leii ih.riof, who sliall have l*come Midi 
niiietv ilavs iirior to any elertion. of the ane 
of tw'eiitv-oiic vears. wlio shall have heen 
re.xi.lentliftheSiateoiieyearnexti.re.e.linK 
the eU-ition. an.i if tlie county in wliieli he 
claims Ins vote ninety .lays, an. in the 
eletti.iii i.recin.t thirty ,iays. shall he en- 
titled to vote at all eleclions which are iK.w 
or may hereafter he anthorize.l hy law ; 
,.rnri,l<',l. no native ..f China, no uiiot, no 
iii-ane in-rson, no person c.nTicte.l of any 
infamous crime, no person hereafter con- 
victed oi the em;.ez^lement or misuppro- 
i.riali.in of public money, ami no i*rs.,n 
who «hall not he ahle to read ihe ( onstitti- 
tioii in the Kni;lish lani;ua>;e and write his 
name, shall ever exercise the priviletres of 
anelecf.r in this State; j,r.«i./r./, that the 
iirovisions of this amendment relative t.i an 
ediicalional.iuahtication shall n..t apply t.) 
aiiv person prevented hy a physical .Usa- 
biruv fn.m c.mplyini: with its rcpuMtions, 
ii.ir i.> anv person wh.i now has the ritfht to 
v.ite norto anv person wh.i shall lie si.xty 
vear- of ajre anM upwards at the time this 
au.eiuluienl shall lake eifcct. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO. 

SSS.VTE C..SSIlUtl..S.U. AMKM.SIKSr N... II. 

\ res,.lulion proposing to the people of the 
' -iiateof lalif..ruia an amemlmenl to sec- 
tion three .if arlicle eleven ..f the ( ..nsti- 
tution .>t the folate of > alif.Tuia, relitin^' 
to the formttti..n of new' cuulies, 
Secti.m 3. The I.esislatnre. hy jreneral 
and uniforni laws, may [.rovule f.ir the I.ir- 
nKili.m of new counties; /,"•';•■"'•''; *""J,'7i 
that n.> new countv shall he eslahhshed 
which shall re.luce anv c.mnty to a popu- 
lali..n ..f less than eih'ht ihousaml: nor 
.hall a new muntv he f..rme.i cntuininn a 
ie-s i.opuUuion than live tli..nsand ; nor 
.Imilaiiv line thereof pass within live miles 
of the countv seat of any c..untv I'rop<>se. 
t.> be .livi.le.l. Kvcry cunty which shall 
he enlarged or create.! from lerritory taken 
f r,.m anv other county or cunties. shall l« 
liahle fo'ruinst proporlum of the existing 
debts and lial.dities .if the cinnlv ..r 
c.ninties from which such lerritory shall he 
taken. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER THREE. 

ASBKMUl.V CSMIU 11. .SU. AMtSl.MtST No. 7, 

\ res..Iution proiosinn an ainen.linent to 
the I onslitution of the State of t ali- 
f..rnia hv addini; a new section to article 
thiricen"..f the sai.l (-..nMitunon, t.i be 
niiniliered section twelve and three 
fourths (12^4 1, relating to revenue and 
taxation. 

Section V2\. Fruit an.l nutliearint; trees 
under the atjeof four vears from the tune 
of planum: in orchar.l hirm. and tirai*- 
vines under the uiie of three years from the 
time of planlini: m vineyard form, shall Iw 
exempt from taxation, ami nothinn in this 
article shall he cmslrue.l as snhjecting 
such trees ami );rai*viiies to taxation. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER FOUR. 

ASSEMBLY COSSTirCTIONiL AMKSDMtST No. 12. 

A resolution proposinx to the iH'ople of the 
Stale of California an amendment l.i sec- 
tion seventeen, arli.le one. of the i oiisti- 
tiition of the State of lalifornia. 
Section 17. K.ireigners of the while race, 
or of African descent, elinihle to lieconie 
citizens of the rnite.l States un.ler the nat- 
uralization laws thereof, while l>ona h.le 
resi.lents of this State, shall have the same 
hi:ht» in respect t.i the a. .luisilion. i«..s<'s- 
sion enj.nment, transmi->si.>n. an.l inher- 
itance of" nil pr..|*rty, ..ther than r.'al 
estate, as native iK.rii citizens: ;.r..ii.fcf, 
that such alicTi> owiiini: real estate at ihe 
lime "I the u'loplioii of this amen.linent 
iiiav remniii such owners: nml irori.lnl 
/iri»r.-. Ih.it the l.< (!'■»'"» 'f« may. I'.v s'«t- 



.SKSAIE LoNejnCH'.SAl. .VKKM'MKM No. 17. 

.\ resolution proposing to the i*ople of the 
.State of < 'alifonila an anieli.'ment to sec- 
tion seven, arli. h eleven, of the Constitu- 
tion ol the Stale of (alifonila. 

Setti.in 7. City and county governments 
may he merged and c. ins<diilaie'l into .me 
muuicipul covenimenl. with ..ne set .>f 
ollicers, and may he ln...r|.orate.l iin.ier 
>:eiieral laws pr.ivid inj? for ihe inc.'r|K.rati.»n 
an.l or>:ani/.alion of .■urpomlioiis for mu- 
nicipal purposes. The |.r.iviBhiiis of this 
('.instituli.in aj'plicahle to cities, an.l also 
those applicahle to counties, so far us not 
iiiconsi.'tent ..r prohil.iteil to cities, :-hall he 
applicahle to .-uch cousoli.laled >:overn- 
iiieiit. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER BIX. 

SFNATK C'.tSsTITCTliiSAI, AME.SiiMEST No. 7. 

.\ restiliition to [.ropose to the i*-ople of the 
State of lalifornia an amemlmenl t*i the 
Constitution of the State, amen.linc sec- 
tion nine of article thirteen thereof, rela- 
tive to the election of a State Board o( 
l-^pializalion. 

Secti.m 9. A State Hoard of E'lUalization. 
consisliiic of one memlier from each con- 
gressional .lislrict in this state, shall be 
ektle.i hv the .|Ualilie.l electors of their 
respective districts, at the tirsl >;eiieral elec- 
tion to he hcl.l after the a.loption of this 
amendment, and at each (:eneral election 
everv four years, whose term of oltice 
shall he for four years, who.-e duty it 
shall be to e'luallze the valuation of 
the taxable property in the several coun- 
ties of the Male for the purposes of taxa- 
tion. The Controller of .-tale shall he ex 
ollicio a inemhcr of the Hoard. The 
lloanlsof supervis<irs of the several coun- 
ties of Ihe stale !-hall constitute litianls of 
K.iualization for their respective coiiniies 
whose ilutv it shall he to e.{Ualize the val- 
uation of the tuxahlc pr.i|«-riy in the county 
f.ir the purpose of laxati.in ; i^fiiileil. such 
Stale ami ( ounly lloarils of Kiualization 
are h.-rehy aul ii.trize.l an.l einpowere.l, 
un.ler ^ucll rules of notice as the County 
lltiar.ls may prescribe as to the county as- 
sesMiienis, "an.l un.ler such rules of notice 
as Ihe Stale Hoard may prescribe as to the 
actum .if the Male li.'.ar.l, to increase or 
lowe;' the entire assessment roll, or any 
assessment coiitaine.l therein, so as to 
e.iualize the as.sessmeni of ihc proi«rt.v 
coulaiiieil in said assessment roll, ami 
make the assesMucni uonforiu to the true 
value ill money of Ihe pn.perly coniaiued 
in said roll ; imiiiileil, that no Hoard of 
K.iualization shall raise any niortgace, 
dee.l of trusi, colli r;ict, or other obli>:ation 
hv which a ileht is securcl. moiiev, or sol- 
vent credits, above its lace value. The 
Siaie Koar.l of K.|Ualization electe.l in 
eighteen huii.lre.l and ninety-four shall 
eoiilinue in oihce until their successors, 
as herein provided for, shall be elected and 
shall .|>ial.fy. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER SEVEN. 

SfcSVTF. CoN-UTt Tl.'.NAL AMKM'MK.sr No. V'. 

A resolution to propose t.> the (leople of the 
State of ' aiih.rniaun amendment to arti- 
cle thirteen of the ( .msiitution. section 
one. in relation to revenue and taxation. 

Secti.m 1, All pr.iperty in the .'^taie, not 
exempt un.ler the law-, of" l hi' I nited states, 
shall Im- laxcil in jiroi~.rti.in to its value, to 
be ascertained as pr.ivi.le.l by law. The 
word ••pr..iierty."as use.l in this article and 
seition. is lieri-"hv declared to inclu.le mon- 
eys, tredits, bond-., stocks, .lue^ franchises, 
uiid all ..ther mailers an.l things, real, per- 
sonal, an.l mixeil. callable of private owner- 
ship: ;<r.iri.f'-'(. thai property used for free 
public libraries and free mnseunis growing 
crops, projierty u»e.l exclusivelv h.r public 
schools, an.l such as may U-long t.i the 
I nited States, Ibis Slate, or t.. any c.mnty 
or nuinicipal i .irporaiioii within this State, 
shall be exempt from taxati.m. The Legis- 
lature may provide, except in case of cre.lits 
siTure.l h'y mortgage .ir trust ileed. for a 
ile.lilctionfr.mi cre.lits of .lebts due to bona 
tide resi.leiils .if Ihi- st.ite. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER EIOHT. 

Assembly CossTiinio.sAL Amemimust No. 31. 

.\ resolution to propose to the jieople of the 
State of California an amemlnieiit to sec- 
tion seveni7)of article nineil.Xiof the 
t oust i tut ion of the -tale of i alif..riiiB, by 
increasing' the number of members con- 
Mitiiting the state Hoanl of K.lucation. by 
nil. ling Iherrto Ihe rn-si.leiit ami I'ro- 
fe«s..rof Pedagogics of the I'niversity of 
California. 

Section T. The i.overnor. the Snj^rin- 
lendenl of I'tiblic Inslriiclion.ibc President 



for Use 111 the c". mill. '11 .-thoiiU thrnugh.iul 
the state. The State Hoard may laiise such 
text-biKiks, w hen adopted, to lie printed an.l 

I'Ublii-he.l by the Sii(ierinten.lent of Slate 
'rinting, at" the State I'rinting < >tlice, and 
when so printe.l an.l publishe.i, t.> be ilis- 
trilmied an.l s.iM at the cost price of print- 
intv publishing, ami .li-tributing the same. 
The texi-ho..ks s.i a.l.ipte.l shall c.mtinue 
in use mil less than lour years; an.l sai.l 
Stale Il.iar'l hhall perf.trni surh ..therduties 
as liiuv Ik? pre»»crilied by law. The I.e)eisla- 
lure sliall provitie fur a lloanl of K.hiculioil 
ill eiiih countv in the Slate. The County 
Su|.erinteii.leuis and the t ounly l!..ardsof 
K.riicati.m shall have control <if the ex- 
amination of teachers an.l the t-rautingof 
teailier>'cerlilieates within their resi-ective 
jiiristliclions. 



AMENDMENT NUMBER NINE. 

SE.VA1K I O.M.UI1HOSAL AMKSliMEM NO. 3). 

An .\ct to submit t" the people of the State 
of California an aiiiemlment to section 
twentv-three of article f.mr of the Coiisti- 
tution" of the State of I alifornia. 

Section 23. The nicnitwrs of the Legisla- 
ture shall receive, in full payment hir their 
services, the sum of one thou.sind l$l.iJOO) 
ilollars.and mileage not to exceed ten cents 
[ler mile, an.l for contingent expenses not 
to exceed twenty-live dollars, for each ses- 
sion, to be paid out of the public treasury. 
No increase in compensation or mileage 
shall take effect during the term for which 
the members of either house shall have 
been electe.l. and the lav of no attache 
shall be iiicreaseil after he is electe.l .ir 
app.-iinted, 

NiiW TIIKKKFORE, Pursuant to the 

Iirovisions of ihe Constitution, and an .\ct 
of the Legislature entitleii ".\n .\ct to pro- 
vi.le for the sulmiission of proiiosed amend- 
ments to the Con^tilnli.m of the Stale of 
California to the .lualilied electors for their 
uppr.ival." approve.! March". A. I>.. IsM, viz.: 

-.Section 1. Whenever the Legislature 
shall propose any anieiiiiment or ameiid- 
nicnis to the Constiluiion of this state. 
which aniemlment or amendments shall 
have lieeii passe.l in the manner and form 
re'iuireil by section one of article eighteen 
of the Constitution, and no other iiioile is 
provide.l by law for the submission of such 
amen.lmeiit or amendments to the people 
for their approval, it shall be the (luty of 
the li.ivernor to ailvcrtise such iiroiKised 
amendment or anien.lments in at least foiir 
newspapers tif general circulation in this 
State, for three month-, next preceding the 
next general election. I'ue of said news- 
I»a|.ers must l>e publishe.i ai the city of 
.Sacramento, anil tw.. at the city of San 
Francisco ; an.l in issuing his prix-lamation 
for an election at which any aiiiendnient or 
ameii.lmenis to the t.'onstilution are to lie 
Voted u(ion. he shall include such amend- 
ment or amendments therein, am! he shall 
designate them bv numbers, in the order in 
which thev have l«-eii propo.se.l." 

The said aniendments are submitted to 
be separatAjly vote.l upon by ballot by the 
.(ualilied electors of the State, on 

Tuesday. NuveiiikrtSlh.. 4. D. IS94. 

Kach ballot use.l at such election must 
conuiin. printed thereon, the wonls: 

.Vssembly Const iiuti..nal Amend- _i Yes. 
ment Sutnljer Fight. (No. 

Senate Constitutional Amendment i Yes. 
Number Fourteen. iTfoT 

Assembly Cjinstitutional Amend- .'Yes. 
ment Suniber Seven. 'i No. 

Assembly Consfitntional .\mend- > Ye». 
ment ^Cumber Twelve. \ Xo. 

Senate Constitntionol Amendment I Yea, 
Number Seventeen. ("SoT 

Senate Constitutional .Vin*ndment J Ye». 
Numlier Seven. I No. 

.Senate Constitutional Amendment .'Yes. 
Number Sixteen. "l So. 

.Vsseniblv Constitutional Amend- \ Y'e*. 
ment >{umber Thirty-one. ' "Sa 

Senate Constitutional Amendment \ Ym. 
Number Twenty. \'So. 

Witness niv hand and the tireat Seal of 
the Slate, aliixed at Sacramento, the day 
anil year first bIkivc written, 

(MAI.) H, H. MAIIKHAM, 

iiovernor. 
Attest: K. c. WAITK, 

:>ecrttary of state. 



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SACRAMENTO. ( AL. 



PROCLAMATION. 



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IM TrSTIkONY FHErLEOF, I haye 
hereto set iX/ hand and 
caused the ureat Seal of the 
State to be affixed at 
Sacrsi.ente this eighte^ntl"^ 
day of June in tiie year of 
our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and ninety four. 

JtTeiv.or Oi the State 
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ELKCTIOX I'HOCLAMATlOxN 



NOVRMHKH C. |s!U. 



ELECTION- PROCLAMATION'. 



Statk of Califorkia, / 

Executive Department. ) 

Notice is hereby given that a general election will be held 
throughout the State of California on Tuesday, the sixth day 
of November, A. D. 1894, when the following officers will be 
elected, namely: 

Governor. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Secretary of State. 

Controller. 

Treasurer. 

Attorney-General. 

Surveyor-General. 

Clerk of the Supreme Court. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Superintendent of State Printing. 

Al>o, seven Representatives to the Congress of the 
United States: being one Representative from each Congres- 
sional District. 

Also, three Railroad Commissioners: lieing one Railroad 
Comtnissiouer from each Railroad District. 

Also, four members of the State Board of Equalization: 
being one member from each Stale Board of Hqualization 
District. 

Also, two Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, 
full term. 

Also, one Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, for 

the unexpired term ending January, 1899. 



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Also, four Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
City and County of San I'Vancisco. 

Also, two Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 

following counties: .ManKila. Los Angeles, and Kresiio. 

Also, one Judge of the Superior Court in and for each of 
the following counties: Riverside, Kings. Madera, stw} San 
Bern.irdino, O ^^)■/ ^ <' >■' *i -, 

Also, one Judge of the Superior Court in and for the county 
of Amador, for the unexpired term ending Jannary, 1.S97; vic« 
John 1'. Davis, apjxiinted. 

Also, one Judge of the Superior Court in and for the 
county of .'^anta Cruz, for the unexpired term ending January, 
1897; vice James H. Logan, appointed. 

Also, one State Senator from each of the following Sena- 
torial Districts; Second. Fourth. Sixth, lughth. Tenth. Twelfth, 
Fourteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Twentieth, Twentv-second, 
Twenty-fourth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-eighth, Thirtieth, Thirtv- 
-second. Thirty-fourth, Thirty-sixth, Thirty-eighth, and Fortieth. 

Also, one Member of the Assembly from each Assembly 
District. 

Also at said election. Amendments to the Constitution of 
the State, submitted by the Legislature at its last regular ses- 
sion, numbered as hereiti.ifter specified, will be voted upon bv 
the electors of said State, namely: 

Amkndmknt XiMBKR OxK ( Assemblv Constitutional Amend- 
ment Xo. S ) — 

A re.«olution to propose to the peojile of the State of Cali- 
fornia an amendment to the Constitution of the State, amend- 
ing section one of article two thereof, relative to the right of 
suffrage. 

Amexdmknt XiMiiKK Tw.> (Senate Constitutional Amend- 
ment Xo. 14) — 

A resolution proposing to the people of the State of Cali- 
fornia an amendment to -iection three of article eleven of the 
Constitution oi the State of California, relating to the forma- 
tion of new counties. 

Amkn-dmext Xi-mdkk Thker (Aiwcmblv Constitutional 
Amendment Xo. 7)— 

A resolution propo^int; an amendment to the Constitution of 
the Suie of California, by adding a new Kction to article thir- 



— 5 — 

teen of said Constitution, to be numbered section twelve and 
three fourths (12^/4), relating to revenue and taxation. 

AMj:NnMKNT Xt'mbkr Four (Assembly Constitutional 
Amendment Xo. 12; — 

A resolution proposing to the people of the State of California 
an amendment to section seveuteeu, article one, of the Consti- 
tution of the State of Cahfornia, relating to who may acquire 
property in this State. v" 

Amknomicnt Ximbkk Fivi; (Senate Constitutional Amend- 
ment Xo. 17) — 

A resolution projHjsing to the people of the State of Cali- 
fornia an amendment to section -even, article eleven, of the 
Constitution of the State ot" California, relating to cousohda- 
tion of city and county governments. 

Amexdmknt Ximbkk Six (Senate Constitutional Amend- 
ment X'o. 7) — 

A resolution to projiose to the jvople of the State of Cali- 
fornia an amendment to the Constitution of the State, amend- 
ing section nine, of article thirteen thereof relative to the 
election of a State Board of Equalization. 

Amendment Ximbkr Seven (Senate Constitutional Amend- 
ment Xo. 16) — 

A resolution to propose to the jn^ople of the State of Califor- 
nia, an aniendment to article thirteen of the Con.stitution, 
section one. in relation to revenue and taxation. 

Amendm):nt Ximbkk Eight (Assembly Constitutional 
Amendment Xo. 3/ ) — 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of Califor- 
nia an amendment to section seven of article nine of the 
Constitution of the St.-ite of California, by increasing the num- 
ber of members constituting the Si.ite Hoard of Education, by 
adding thereto the President and Professor of Pedagogics of 
the Iniversity of California. 

Amendment Xi-mbkr Nine (Senate Constitutional .\mend- 
ment Xo. 20) — 

An Act to submit to the {^eople of the State of California an 
amendment to section twenty-three of article four of the Con- 
stitution of the State of California, relating to pay of members 
of the I.«gislature. 

Each amendment shall l>e voted upon separately from the 
others, by ballot, at the next genet il election, to be held on 
Tuesday, the sixth dav of Xovemtxrr. A.D, 1894. 

Each MUot used at such election must conUin, pnnted 
thereon, the words: 



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( YES. 

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 8. (Right of Suffrage.) j— ■; 

Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 14. (Manner of forming ) [ 

New Counties. ) | jjO. 

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 7. (Eaeempting from \ 
Taxation Young Fruit and Nut Bearing Trees and Grapevines.) j j^.^j 

/ YES 

Assembly Constitutional .\mendment No. 12. 'Right of Acquir- 1 ; 

ing Property in this State.) | jjq. 

i YES 
Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 17. (Consolidation of 1 ; 

City and County Governments. ) ( \^q 

Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 7. (Increasing Number ) '_ 

of Members of the State Board of Equalization.) | jjq 

Senate Constitutional Amen.hnent No. 16. (Exempting from ^ YES. 

Taxation Property used for Free Public Libraries an<l Free ■■ 

Muaeums.) '. ^^• 

~ i YFS 

Assemblv Constitutional .\inendment No. 31. (Increasing 1 
Number of Members of the State Board of Education. ) J ^q 

( YES 

Senate Constitutional Amendment No. Jo. (Increasing Pay of 1 1 

Members of Legislature.) ^ >jO. 

And I do hereby ofTer a reward of one hundred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any and even.- person violating any 
of the provisions of Title IV, Part I, of the Penal Code; such 
rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended 
for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto .set ray hand and 
caused the Great Seal oi the State to be affixed, at the city of 

Sacramento, this the. /^i- W//- . -day of. i.:.^/.-cK<.'^. i 

A. D. 1894- . ^ 

Gtn'trHor. 
Attest: ». -^ ^ 

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PROCLAMATION. 



St\te '>F Caiiforma, ) 

y.\K' ITIVK l>KI'\l*rMENT, 
H*l RAMKST1, AUKllStW^liftH. I 

Al'IIKKKAS, The Lctrisluture of Ihe State 
»T iif 1 ulifurniii, at its lliirtieih session, 
Lf«ginniii>; on tlie second day of Janiian', 
A.U. iw:!. two tliirils of all the members 
eleeteil to eacli of the houses of said Legis- 
lature votini; in favor thereof, j.roiJO«eil the 
following descriljed amendments to the 
Constitution of the state of California, to 
wit : 

AMENDMENT NUMBEK ONE. 
Assembly Cosstititional ambxdmkst So. p. 

A resolution to proi>ose t<5 the tieople of the 
State of California an amemiment to the 
Constitution of the State, amending sec- 
tion one of article two thereof, relative to 
the right of suffrage. 

Section 1. Kvery native male citizen of 
the Inited States" every male person who 
shall have uciiuired the rights of citizen- 
ship under or by virtue of the Treaty of 
yueretaro, and everv male naturalized citi- 
zen thereof, who sliall have become such 
ninetv davs prior to any election, of the age 
of iwentv-one vears, who shall have been 
resident of the Slate one year next preceding 
the election, and of the county in which he 
claims liis vote ninety days, and in the 
election precinct thirty days, fliall lie en- 
titled to vote at all elections which are now 
or niav hereafter be authorized by law ; 
iiroiidrd, no native of China, no idiot, no 
insane person, no jierson convicted of any 
infamous crime, no person hereafter con- 
victeil of the eml>ezzlement or niisappro- 
i.riation of public money, an. I no i«rson 
who shall not be able to read the ( onstitu- 
tion in the Knglish lanjiuage and write his 
name, shall ever e.xercise the [irivilcges of 
an elecu>r in this State: jToriilfl. that the 
provisions of this amendment relative to an 
educational .iiiahlicalion shall not applv to 
any [•erson prevented by a physical disa- 
bility from complying with its re>|uifition», 
nor to anv [lerson who now lias the right to 
vote, nor'to any i.cr>on who shall Iw sixtv 
years of age and upwards at the time this 
kmendiiient shall take effect. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO. 

•>KN.»TK I .i.NSTmTIONAI. XHr.SUHtST So. H. 

A res<dution proposing to the iwople of the 
State of ( alifornia an amendment to sec- 
tion three of article eleven ..f the ( onsli- 
tution of the State ..1 ( aliftirnia, reUting 
to the formation of new counties. 

i»«M-tion X The I^-gislainre, by general 
and nnifi'rm 1«»«. may provide for the for- 
mation of new cioiniies; i>r"r iV/r.f. hmirrrr, 
ihnt no new poiinty slmfl be esiabiished 
whicli •hall re«luce 'any county to a |«ipu- 
lation itf less than eight ihoi.-aiid ; nor 
iliall a new countv tie f..rm.d containing a 
less iM.pulotion tlian live thousand; iior 
shall anv line thereof pass within live ndles 
M tlie iiiuntv aeat of any counly pro|«>»e«l 
ti> be d'.vi<led. Kvery loiinty which shall 
lieeidargf.1 or created from lerrilory taken 
from nnv other count v or counties, shall 1« 
liable f.i'rajust pr..|Hirtioii of the existing 
debis and ll»billtie« of the county or 
cmntiea from which s'.ch Icrritory shall Iw 
taken. 

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may remain such owners; mi.f proiiVW 
furihrr, that the Legislature may, bv stat- 
ute, provide for the disp-.sition of rval 
e.«tate which shall hereafter be acquired 
by such aliens by descent or devise. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER FIVE. 

Senate Con^titi'ii-'S a!. A.M^..^■l•M^;.^r No. 17. 

A resolution jiroposing to the people of the 
State of California an amendment to sec- 
tion seven, article eleven, of the Constitu- 
tion of the State of California, 

Section 7. City and county governments 
may be merged and consolidate*! into one 
municipal goveriinienl, with ime set of 
olticers. and may lie incori>oraled under 
general laws providing for the incorporation 
and organization of corporations for mu- 
uiA'ipal puri-oses. The provisions of this 
Constitution applicable to cities, and also 
those applicable to counties, so far as not 
inconsistent or prohibited to cities, shall be 
applicable to such c<insolidaied govern- 
ment. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER SIX. 

Senate Constitctionai, amendment N.*. T. 

,\ resolution to proj^ose to the jieoj.le of the 
State of California an ameiuliiient to the 
Constitution of the st.ite. amending sec- 
tion nine of article thirteen there<d. rela- 
tive to the election of a State Uuard of 
Kqualization. 

Section 9. .V State Hoard of Eiiualization, 
consisting of one member from each con- 
gressional ilisirict in this --tate, shall be 
elected by the .pialitied electors id their 
respective districts, at the first general elec- 
tion to be held after the adoption of this 
amendment, and at each general election 
everv ftnir years, whose term of office 
shall be for" four years, whose duty it 
sliall be til eiiuallze the valuation of 
the taxable properly in Ihe several coun- 
ties of the Stale forihe puriio.se« of taxa- 
tion. The Coniroller of stale shall be ex 
ollicio a tnenii.er of the Itoanl. The 
Itourtis of Supervisors of the several ctuiii- 
ties of the State .-hall constitute Kuarils of 
K'luali/ation for iheir respective counties, 
whose dutv it shall be to e'(Uali/.e the val- 
uation of tlic taxable projierty in the county 
tor the purjioBC of taxation ■' jiroiiilnl. siicii 
State an<l 1 ouniv Uoards of Kiualization 
are hereby auifiori/cd and empowered, 
umler siicii rules of notice as the County 
lloards may preM-nbc as t<) the county a»- 
sessmenls. and untter such rules of iu»tice 
as the stale lioar<l may prescribe as to the 
action of the stale Hoard, lo increase or 
htwer tile elilirc as-cssiii'-'lil roll, 01 any 
assessment contuiiicd therein, so as to 
e'ltialize the assonsin ni of the pro|ierty 
contained in said assessiiieni roll, anil 
make th*' assi'ssment conform to the true 
vahie in money of ihe pro|i.rly coiiiained 
in said roll; prmi'lrd. that no Hoard o( 
l''.<|Ualizutioii shall raise any iio.rlKaKe, 
deed of trnsl. conira' I • r "t!ier obligation 
br whicli a debt ;■ - oiuj, or sol- 

vent cn->lils, als.v value The 

Slate Ibianl of I '1 eUilKl in 

rigblevn hundred and :..i.i ty-foiir shall 
ciintiiiue in i>(Mce until their siu fc*«ors. 
as herein pnivided for, shall be elected anil 
•hall <|uai.f]r. 

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adding thereto the President and I'ro- 
fe«sor of Pedagogics of the I'niversity of 
California. 

.•Section 7. The liovernor, the Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction, the President 
of the I'niversity of California, and the Pro- 
fessor of Pedagogy therein, and the Princi- 
pals of the State S'ornial .Scluxils, shall con- 
stiliite ilie Slate lioard of Kducation, and 
shall compile, or caused to be compiled, 
and adopt, a uniform series of text-books 
for use in the common schools thi-ougliout 
Ihe Slate. The State Hoard may cause such 
text-books, when adopted, to be printed and 
published bv the Sui>erinteiident of State 
Printing, at' the State Printing iMMce, and 
when so printed and jiublished, to be dis- 
tribulwl and sold at the cost price of ]>rint- 
ing. publishiuk', and distribuling the same. 
The lext-books so adopted shall continue 
in use not less than four years ; and said 
State Hoard shall iierform such otherduties 
as inav l>e prescriVied by law. The Legisla- 
ture shall provide for a Hoard of Kducation 
in each county in the state. The County 
Sui>erintendenis and the County Hoards of 
Kducation shall have control of the ex- 
amination of teachers and the granting of 
teachers' ceriilicates within their resiiective 
jurisdictions. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER NINE. 

Sena IE CoNsinciiuN M. .\meM)Mknt Nu. 'JO. 

An .\ct to submit to the jieopleof the State 
of California an nmeiidment to section 
twentytliree of article four of the Coiisti- 
tuiion'of the Stale of California. 

Section 23. The members of the Legisla- 
ture shall receive, in full payment for their 
services, Ihe sum of one thousand (fl.OOOl 
dollars, and mileage not to exceed ten cents 
|ier mile, and for contiiigeni exjienses not 
to exceeil twenty-live dollars, for each ses- 
sion, to be jiaid out of the public treasury. 
No increase in comjiensation <«r mileage 
shall take effect during the term for which 
tlie nieniN-rs of either house shall have 
been elected, and the |>av of no attache 
shall be increased .tfter he is elected or 
apiKiinied. 

NOW THKItKFOHE. Pursuant to the 
provisions of the I'ousiilution, and an -Vet 
o/the Legislature entilled ".Kn .\ct to pro- 
vide for the submission of proj>ose<l amend- 
nieiils lo the l^oiisliiution of the State of 
California to the iiualilied electors for Iheir 
approval." approved March 7, .\ II„ l'*.'t,vii.: 

■■.Section I. Whenever the Legislature 
shall pn>|iose any ainendiiient or anieitd- 
nil-Ills til the I •iiistiiiiiion of this .■^ial«, 
which amendment or aniendnienis shall 
have l>een |>assed in Ihe manner and form 
rei(Uire<l by s<'Ction one of article eighteen 
of Ihe Coiistitution, and no other nuxle is 
provide*! by law for the submission of such 
amciidnienl or anieiidmenta to tlie i«»>ple 
for tlieir approval, it shall be the duty of 
the <i.>venior to advertise such proixised 
amendment or amendments in at least four 
newspajxTs of general cirfulation in this 
State, for three months next pr»»«-ding the 
iieil general idection One of said news- 
p«|<^r' noist be piitilislied al Ihe city o( 
Su' ranient<i. and two at the city of San 
Krancis*o; and in issuing his pnirlamalion 
for nn eleclmn at ubiih anv amendment or 
amendments l<> tlie Constitution are to lie 
voteil U|inn. he shall include •iich anirmi- 
nteftt or nmemlnieiits thenm. and hr shall 
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AKEMDMSIIT NUMBER ONE. 

AS.1EXHI.Y CiNHTlTfTloSiL A«rXUll«NT SO. 8. 

A resoUiiioii to j.rofKjsc to the iicop'.e of the 
State of I'lilifuniia uii uiiieiijment to the 
lonstitiitioii of the Stal»- ariieii'linK •*<'- 
tion one of arlii-le two thereof, relati»e to 
the riijht of suffrage. 

Sec-tioii 1. Kvery native male citiien of 
the lnit«l .-tales" I'very niaU' person who 
shall lia\e ai'.iiiiri>l the nj:ht!< of tilizen- 
shiji under or hy virtue of the Treaty of 
i^Tieretaro. an.l everv male naturalized citi- 
ien ihtreof. who sl'iall have Iwcoiue such 
ninety days prior to any election, of the a^'e 
of twenty-one vears. who shall have been 
resident iif the St»te one vear next preceding 
the election, and of the county iu whifji he 
claims his vote ninety days, and in the 
election precinct thirty days, shall he en- 
titled to vote at all elections which are now 
or mav hereafter be authorized by law ; 
in-ori'lrd. no native of China, no idiot, no 
insane person, no |*rson convicted of any 
infamous crime, no person hereafter con- 
victed of the emtiezzlement or misappro- 
i.riation of public money, anil no i^rson 
who shall not he able to read the i onstitu- 
lion in the Kntrlish lanjruane and write his 
name, shall ever exercise the privileges of 
an elecuir in this .-tate ; ;.roti<(i-<(. that the 
i.rovisionsof this amendment relative to an 
educational quahlication shall not apply to 
anv person prevented hy a physical disa- 
biPitv from coinplyint: with its reiiiiisitions, 
11. ir to anv person who now has the right to 
vote, nor to any person who shall Iw sixty 
years of ane and upnanls at the time this 
anieiKiment shall take effect. 

AUENDKENT NUHBEK TWO. 

SltS.VTB loNsmrTlo.NAI, .XJIF.MiMEST So. ij. 

A resolution proposinK to the iwople of the 
State of ' alifornia an amendment to sec- 
tion three of article eleven of the Consti- 
tution of the Stat.- of California, reljiting 
to the formation of new counties. 
Section 3. The I.Piiislature. by wrenerel 
and uniform laws, may provide for the for- 
mation of new counties; iir.iriif,</. h'oifirr 
that no new couiitv shall be established 
which shall reduce "any county to a popu- 
lation of less than eight thousand; nor 
shall a new countv he formed containing a 
less population t'lian live thousand; nor 
shallanv line therc.f pass within five miles 
of the countv seat of any county proi«>se<l 
to be divide.!. I'.very c.iunty which shall 
he enlarged or creatc'l from territory taken 
from anv other countv .ir counties, shall be 
liable f.i'rajnst pr..|Hprti..n of the existing 
debts and liabilities .d the c.uniy or 
counties from which such territ.'ry shall lie 
taken. 

AMSHDMSirT HUHBER THREE. 

.VSSEMr.V f.iX^TlTl ri 'S n A MK.SI.MKNT \0. 7. 

\ resolution pro|Kisini.' an amendment to 
the Constitution of the State of Cali- 
f..rnia. by a.bling a new section to article 
thirtcen'of the sai.l Constitution, to be 
iinnibereil section twelve ami three 
fourths (12 ^», relating to revenue and 
taxation. 

.Section 12%. Kniit ami nut-bearing trees 
unilerthe age of four yean from the time 
of planting in orcharxi form, ami grai*- 
vines iin.ler the age .if three years fmin the 
time .if planting in vineyard (..rni. shall \>« 
exempt from taxation, an.l nothing in this 
article shall be cnstriie.! a* subjecttag 
•iich trees anil srai«vine» to ta.xatii-ti. 

AinilDICKNT HUKBER POOR. 

^MSKMRLV .".^s-iiTiit'.s.i A»ir.siiMrsi No. IX 

A rewilulion i.ro|«>iiiiiit to the [•eople "f the 
Htate of I'alifornia an ann-ndnieMt t<> •««-- 
lion seventeen, arti.'le one, o( the I .insti- 
tution of tl>c .staM lit ( alifurnia. 

Swtlon IT. FoTeifn»T« "f the while nn. 
or of Afriran def • " ' '•■ I" become 

eilinensof llie I niii ler the nat- 

ural' *:iti"Ti lnw« tl . .. Isina ti.le 

rrs 'e the earoe 

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Section 7. City and county governments 
may be merged "and consoliilated into one 
municipal governnient. with one set of 
othcers. and may be incorjioraled under 
general )jiwspn»vidingfortlie incorporation 
and organizati.in of .oriKjrations (or mu- 
nitijuil piiri'oses. The provisions of this 
Constitution applicable to citieo, an.l also 
those applicable to cunties, so far as not 
iiicoiisisient or prohibiteil to cities, shall tic 
apj'licable to such consolulaieJ govern- 
ment. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER BIX. 

piENATE CiNSTlTl'TIONAL .\«ESDMK»T No. 7. 

.\ resolution to propose to the jieople of the 
Stale of California an uniendment to the 
I'onslitution of the state, amending sec- 
tion nine of article thirteen thereof, rela- 
tive to the election of a .State Uoanl of 
Kijualization. 

.Section 9. .\ State Hoard of E.iualization, 
consisting of one menilier from each con- 
gressional ilistrict in this state, shall be 
elected by the .inalified electors of their 
respective districts, at the first general elec- 
tion to be liel.l after the adoption of this 
amendment, and at each general election 
everv four years, whose term of otlice 
shall be for" four years, whose tliity it 
shall be to e-juali/.e the vahmtion of 
tiie taxable properly in the several coun- 
ties of the Slate for" the purjioses of taxa- 
tion. The Controller .>f Mate shall lie ex 
ollicio a member of the Hoard, The 
ISoar.ls of Supervisors of the .several coun- 
ties of the Slate shall constitute Hoards of 
Knualization for iheir respective counties, 
whose duty it shall hv to e.(Ualize the val- 
uation of tlic taxable projierly in the county 
for the purj'ose of ta.xation : jirofidrd. such 
Slate ami i uuniy Uoar.ls of K-iualization 
are hereliv aulliorizt.l and einpowereil, 
umler sucii rules .d notice as tlie t oiinty 
iloar.ls may prescribe as to the county as- 
sessments, "and uiiiier such rules of notice 
as the stale lloar.l may presiribe as to the 
action of the state li.iani, to increase or 
lower liie entire as.'-essineiit roll, or any 
assessment contained therein, so as to 
ciiualize the assessinnl of the property 
contuine.l in said assessment roll, an.l 
make the assessment conform to the true 
value in money of the proin-rly contained 
in said roll; jin.i i.'pif, that no lioar.l of 
Iviualizatioii shall raise any mortgage, 
dee.l of trust, contract, or otiier obligation 
by which a .lelii is secured, money, or sol- 
vent credits, alnive its fac value. The 
State Koard of K.pialization elctte.l in 
eighteen hundred an.l nincty-f.iur shall 
continue in oltice until their successors, 
as herein provide.l for, shall be elected and 
shall .(iial.fy. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER SEVEN. 

Sknaik ( '»n«iiti tii'Nai. akk.simknt No. fC>. 

A resolution to pro|His« to the (leople of the 
Stale of I alifornia an amendment to arti- 
cle thirteen of the I'onstitution. section 
one, in relation to reveiuie ami taxation. 

Section 1. .Ml pr"|ieriy in the State, not 
exempt un.ler the laws..f"^the I'nited Mates, 
«ball be ta.xe.l in pnnsTIiiin to its value, to 
In- ascertained as provide.l by law. Ihe 
w.ird ■•pro|*rty."as use.! in this article and 
section, i" lierebv deilar»-.l to inclu.le mon- 
eys, instils, bonds, sl.irks. dues, franchis«-s, 
and all otiii r matters an.l things, real, per- 
sunal. and nnxeil, capable of priTate owner- 
ship ; //<-." i./»^.f. t hat proiierty used for free 
public libraries and free nius4*unis gniwing 
crops. pnnHTly u»i-d exclusively lor public 
schools, and such its may Infloiig In the 
rniied states, this .-late, or Li anv county 
ur niunii iiski loriMirulioii within this .-late, 
shall lie exempt Ironi taxation. The lyegis- 
tatnre may provide. e\cept in4'ase of creilils 
MH'urril b'y niorlgatfe or iriist dmi, for a 
■leilnclionfriiRi crtsuts nl aicbta due tu bona 
flilr midcnU of this !<late. 

AHXHSMSMT VVMBER KiaST. 

AwKMIiLT ( ••^..TITt Tl.>?(«l. AMI.ill'llf ST S'K 31. 

A rp««>lulioii l«i |iro|KMie to the |iei*|kle of the 

^tale of tapfomla »n an rndnicnt tn -ec- 

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iext-I..M.ks. » hen adopted, to be printeii ami 
publislie.l by the Su|K-rintendent of .-tate 
I'riniing, at" the State rrinting i iilice, and 
when s«i printe-l and published, to lie dis- 
tribiiled and sold at the cost price of print- 
ing, piil.lishiiii,', and di'tribiiting the same. 
The texl-lKjoks so adopte.1 shall continue 
in use not less than four year« ; ami said 
State I'.oanl shall |ierf.irtn smh otherdiities 
as mav lie prescribe.i by law. The l.egisla- 
tun- sl.all provide for a Hoard of IMiication 
in each county in the State. The County 
Suiierinlen.leii'is ami the County It.iardsof 
K.Iiication shall have control of the ex- 
amination of teachers and the granting of 
teachers' cenilicates within their res|iectivc 
jurisdictions. 

AMENDMENT NUMBER NINE. 

Sk.naie Co-vsini rioNAL ame.mimkst No. .11. 

.\i\ .\ct to submit to the jieopleof the State 
of I alifornia an amemlment to section 
twenty-three of article four of the < onsti- 
tutioiiof the State of California. 

Section 23. The members of the Legisla- 
ture shall receive, in full pavnient for their 
services, the sum of *>ne thousand I$1.IXJ0) 
dollars, and mileage not to exceed ten cents 
la-r mile, and for contingent exjienses not 
to exceed twenty-live dollars, for each ses- 
sion, to be paid out of the public treasury. 
N.t increase in conipensation or mileage 
shall take effect during the term for which 
the members of either house shall have 
been elected, and the pay of no attach^ 
shall be increased after lie is elected or 
apiHiiiitcd. 

NOW THEKKFOtlE, Pursuant to the 
provisions of the Constitution, and an Act 
of the legislature entitled -.Vn .\ct to pro- 
vi.le for tVie submission of projioseil aiiiend- 
nicnts to the Coiistilution of^ the State of 
California to the iiiialitied electors for their 
approval. " approve.l March 7, .\.I>., ISKi.vix.: 

••.Section 1. Whenever the Legislature 
shall pro|iose any ameminient or amend- 
nieiits t.i the 1 iiiistitiuion of this State, 
which amendment or anien.lmenls shall 
have lieen passed in the manner ami form 
required by section one of article eighteen 
of the Constitution, and no other niiKle is 
provided by law for the submission of such 
ameminient or amendments to the people 
for their apjiroval. it shall be the iluty of 
the tiovenmr to a.lvertise such projiosed 
amendment or anieinlnients in at feast fotir 
newspapers of general cirjulation in this 
State, for three months next preceiiiiig the 
next general election, one ..f said news- 
pajiers must be publislie.l at the city of 
.Sacramento, and two at the city of San 
Francisco; an.l in issuing his priK'iamation 
for an elecli.m at which any amendment or 
amen.lnients to the Constitution are to be 
yote.l uiKin. he shall include such amend- 
tneiit or amendments therein, ami he shall 
designate them by numtitrs. in the order in 
which tliev have Wen pniposeil." 

The sai.i amendments are submitted to 
l>e separately voted U|ion by ballot by the 
i|UAlined electors of the State, on 

Tuesday, N'ovMibfr tlih, .\.D. IS94i 

l-jicli ballot used at such election must 
contain, printe<l Ihereim, the wopIs: 

.Vssenibly Constitutional Amend- 1 Yes. 
nient Sumher Eight. < "5^0. 

Senate Constitutional Amendment J Yea. 
Numlier Fourteen. "*~So.' 

.VMemblv Constitutional Amend- t Yea- 
ment S umber ^even. '• No. 

AsaenihW I onrtitoHaaal Amend- ) Yea. 
nient Niinilier Twelve. i No. 

.Senate t'onstiiutional Amendment 1 Yea. 
Number .sevenleen. CT!o. 

Senate I'onstilutional Amendment 1 Yaa. 
Nunitjer Seven. CSo. 

Senate Conttitnlional .\ro«ndinenl 1 Yea. 
Number >ixtern. i So, 

Aasemlilv Cunstitutional Amend- 1 Yea. 
nieni dumber ThirtTune i X<K 

.•ienaie Cnnslitulional Amendment i Yaa. 
Number TwenlT. >'S9.' 



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TO HIS EICCEIIKNCY, lU iU IL^PJOLM,!, GOVERNOR OF TlliJ STATE 

0^' C^\LIFORNLA« 
Sir; Whereas the Honorable W, Jl, Conley, JudfTJ of the Superior 
Court of t'-.o oounty of Itdera vrzz at a special electior. ho 11 

in tie county of Madera O". the 15t2^ J>\y of :iay, 1393, elected 
Judjo of t-V3 Superior Court of t'.o ^ou-ty of ':. ..ora; jeid 

election bein^ held pursuant to the statute creatine tine county 
of Madera; and wherer.s said :ionorable \/,I/i« Conley iras connass- 
ioned by you,ar. Governor of the State of Califorr.ia, on the 
23rd. day of May 1093 to hold saii office for the tL-ne pro- 
vided by law; and ./hereas I, the undersiijned a citizen and 
elector of t-^^^e co'^znty of Mr.djra have been ro.ularly nominate I 

as a candidate for the office of Superior Judrre of the county 
of Madera for the lonj torn co/rienclni' on the first Mon-day 

after the first day of January, lS9j, by a convention of a 
political party holding: at least three per cent, of tiie votes 
cast in the precincts ak tax conposinj said county of .'ladera, 
at the last general election, nov;- therefore I hereby deriand 
of you the said Governor of tlie state of California in the 
interests of nyself as such candidate ani elector ani in the 
interest of all the elector.': of Madera County that you issue 
an election proclanation under your hand and the ::rer-t seal of 
the state, containin;: the matters reauired by law and thft 
in sue;: procla-iation you call for tho election of a Superior 
Jud::e for sai 1 county of Madera, to 'oo held or tho first 
Tuesday after the first day of November , 1894, for tiie long: 
term of said office, connencin- ol the first day of January-, 
1095, and that you transnit a copy thereof to the Board of 
Supervisors of Madera County at le^-t thirty days before such 




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I, !U:i.Marl:hani Governor of the Stata of California, do herely 

certify, that the above and afor^inc denand, ims personally 

served upoB r,e, this day of September .^.J. 18W, and 

in reply to said demand, i do hereby refuse to issue or 

cause to be issued a proclamation calliac for th* Election 

of A Superior Judare of I.Iadera Co^oaty as setforth in said 

demand, othertfa^ise, or at all; and i do hereby say that 

I will not lss»e or cause to be issued, a proclamation of 

any kiad, calling for the election of a Superior Jud^e of 

Malera Co'onty, at the forth-oomin- general election. 

State 
i\»d I Tdttiiar atirtjfy that th<i reasoa irhy I refuse 

to Is.ue or cause to be issued, th^ said procla-.»atio». Is 
because the lot of the Le::islature creatine the County of 
Madera, entitled, -An act to create the County of Madera, to 
define the bo^^larles thereof, to determine the County Seat, 
and to provide for its orranization, an.i election of officei^ 
and to classify said County' Approved March 11th 1895, pro- 
vided that the first Supetlor Judre of said Co'onty elected, 
should hold offica, until the first Monday, after the first 
day of January A«D, 189T. 

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election* This de-.iani is :v;_e to t.-.e er.i that the question 
of the tlie of election of a Superior Jud^e of the county of 
Maderr. ~a.y ::e speedily an 1 finally deter -.Ined. 



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THAVKSOIVINO PROCLAMATION. 



In riGcordance '»lth long estahllahad custom, now str«*ni;th«n«d and 
sanctioned b- Legislative ftnactnent, I, JAME3 H. BUDD, Oov^rnor of 



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Statfl of Oallfomla, b- virtue of the authority rested In me by 



the Constitution and laws of said State, and in consonance with a like 



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Tanatlon o' th<» Pr-*>sMnnt of ^'-.fi Uritfld States, do hereby proclaim 



Thursday, the Twenty-eighth day of Norember, as Thanks^lTln^^ Day. 

This day, essentially American, orl-lnatlnc with the «arly settlers 
of New Bngland In c'^Htf^rxil ^e-nembrance 'or nanl'old blesr^ln::s, has 
been adopted and continued by nearly erery State In the Union, as a 
tine set apart for rexmlon o' families, the exercise of chnrltable 
deeds, and the doln- of c-^nerous acts. Both as a Nation and a State 

we h-^ye much *o h-^ thankfal for, and it befits us to testify our grat- 
itude therefor, by assembllns in our respectlT* places of worship, 
there to express our thanks 'or the blessings we have as a people re- 
ceived. 

In the midst of ^ en^oyu-nts and pleasures, forjst not t^e stran- 
.-er and the -mde-er, but let the day be marked as one of generous 
hospitality, Inpraselnr our hearts -rlf^ the reality and truthfulnaa. 
which should ciaracterUa Thnnksglvln^ Day. 

IN WITWISS PiWttOF, I »'ive heraunto aat 
■y h«ind. and ca.Md t-e .ireat Saal of 
tha Ststa, to ba haratinto afflaad. thla 
fHi, iay of ifov«iio»r. &• S« • ISfS. 



In accordancs with long established custom, now str«*nj;th«n«d and 
sanctioned by L«slsl^tlv«» enactnent, I, JAME3 H. BUDD, 3ovemor of 
thft St'ate of Oallfomla, b*' virtue of the authority Tested In me by 
the Cor.stl t':tlon and lawf? of said State, and In consonance with a like 
procl^-natlon o' thft Prftsident of ^he Ur.ltftd States, do hereby proclaim 
Thursday, the Twenty-eighth day of Noyember, as Thanks^lTlnjj Day. 

This day, essentially American, originating with tM.ftarly settlers 
of Nqw England In grateful remembrance ^or manifold blesslnrs, has 
been adopted and continued by nearly 9rm.ry State In the Union, as a 
time set apart for reunion o' families, the exercise of chnrltable 
deeds, and the doln^r of 2»?nnrous acts. Both as a Nation and a State 

we h-\y<^ much to be thankral for, and it befits us to te->tlfy our grat- 
itude therefor, by assembling in our respective places of worship, 
there to express our thanks ^or the blessing* we have as a people re- 
ceived. 

In the midst of "fltf ^n^oyments and pleasures, forjet not t>-e stran- 
ger and the "anderer, but let the day be marked as one of generous 
hospitality, Impressln-; our -earts vlt *.he reality and truthfulness 
which should charact^^'-lze T^r'nkeilvln:j Day. 



IN WITN8S3 WHSKBOF, I have hereunto set 
■y hand, and caused the areat Seal of 
the State, to be hereunto affixed, this 
6th, day of Moveaber, A. D. , 1995. 



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On July Seventh, A. D., 1846, CO?f WDaRl SLOAT, U. 
S. N., In the name of theUnlted States of America, raised 
the flag of our Union at Monterey, California, and ftccupied 
the Territory under claim of the National OoTemmont. 

July Seyenth, A. D., 1896, marks the Seai-Centenial 
Anniversary of this most important event in the history of our 
State, and should be set apart as a day of rejoicing by our 
people. 



HOW, THKREPORI, I, JAMES H. BUDD,aovernor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and laws of said State, do hereby pro- 
clalB Tuesday, the Seventh Day of July, A. D., 1896, a 
Holiday, 



Ul YITKISS VHICRIor I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Oreat S«al 
of this State to be hereunto 
affixed, this twenty-ninth day 
June, A. D., 1896* 



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p_R_0-C-L-A-M-A-T-I-0-N . 

On July Seventh, A. D., 1846, CO'l^lODaRl SLOAT, U. 
S. N., In the name of theiUnlted States of America, raised 
the flag of our Union at Monterey, California, and Aecupied 
the Territory tinder claim of the National OoTemraent. 

July Serenth, A. D., 1896, marks the Swal-Centenial 
Anniversary of this most important event in the history of our 
Statt, and should be set apart as a day of rejoicing by our 
people. 



HOW, THBREPORK, I, JAMES H. EUDD,Oovemor of th« 
State of California, by virtue of the authority vested in mm 
by the Constitution and laws of said State, do hereby pro* 
claim Tuesday, the Seventh Day of July, A. D., 1896, a 
Holiday. 

IN VITNISS ITHKRIOF I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Qreat S«al 
of this State to be hereunto 

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June, A. D., 1896. 



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On July seventh. A. D. 1846. COMMODORE SLOAT. 
U. S. N.. in the name of the United States of Amerisa, 
raised the flag of oui- Union 2: Monterey. California, and 
occupied the Territory under claim of the National Gov- 
ernment. 

July seventh, A. D. 1896. marks the semi-centennial an- 
niversary of this most important event in the history of our 
State, and should te set apart as a day of rejoicing by our 
people. 

Now. therefore. I. JAMES H. EUDD, Covernor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the 
Constitution and laws of said State, do hereby proclaim 
Tuesday, the seventh day :' July. A. D. 1896. 2 holiday. 



In witness 'whereof, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of this State to be hereunto 
affixed, this twenty-ninth day of 
June. A. D. 1896. 

JAMES H. BUDD, 




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STATE OF CAUFORMA. 1 

EXEimVE DEI'AKTMF.NT. / 

SairamknT'I. July ."1, l"'."i. ' 
IIKREA8, The LcglsUtiire of the .-t«te o( 
ri(li(.iriil«.al its !liirtv-flr»l -osloii. IvKiii- 
mii^' nu the wventh Jay of January. A. H. 1»'.'>. 
1» 1 Ililriln of all Iho niemtiers elecieil to each of 
tlif two housei of saM Leei-lat ire volinK i" 
*^xo- thereof, prn^o^ed the f«»llowitig tfe^ierih*^! 
iiin.'ii'lmeiin to the toiislitutloii of the Stale of 
' .i.i:.»tn:ii. to wU: 

Amendment Number One . 

\--emlMy i\.ii»lUutioii.il AmeuiiuieiU No. ■!:>.) 

ABTKI.F. XIH. 

section 1 All projiertv in the State iiotexerapt 
uii'ler ihe law- of the foitcJ states, or this (on- 
h'.'.tillion. fliall \v t«xe<l in proportion to its 
value, to l-e aH*'ertaiiie*l ft-i provi.ied l-y law. 
The word " projiertv.' as ii-e<l in thi;- article and 
section. Is hcretiy declare! to include money-. 
cr^dttJ'. twtnds. storks!, due*. iraTtchise**. and all 
other matter and IhiliB'. real. i>er<oujil, and 
mixed, i'apalile of private owner>hip; i'rtn;.l,.l 
that pr..i.«-rtv used (or free puhlic Ulirartes ami 
free pn^'lic n'mseunis. trowtnii crop-, inortpaties. 
trii»t 'leed*. j.ropertv u-ed cxdu-ively for putilic 
-ihool-. and -uch a'- may belont! to the I nited 
S'.rtte-. Elii" .stale, '-r to any eouniy or luunicipal 
corporation within this state. -hall be e.\eiupt 
from taxatiiiu. The I.eKi-latnre may i.rovirte 
for a reduction from credits of dc^'ts due '>•"*« 
n i. residents of this State. 

.»ee. J. Section four of article thirteen of this 
r..n«litutlon is herehj rei>ea!ed 

-ec. .1 section five of ariicle thirteen of tin* 
' onuitution 1» hereby repealed. 

Amendment Number Two. 

(Scimtc ' oii-tit;uional .Vmendment Ko. S.) 
ABTl'l-E II. 

Section ".. All election* by the p<-ople shall be 
bv ballot or bv such other method as may be 
l.rcM-rii>ed by law. p'ovi'ic-i. that secrecy lu vot- 
ing L* pre-er'ved. 

Amendment Number Tbree. 
(Asfemb'.y i\m-;iiu'.ional .MneuJuient So. 1'.' ) 

AKTICI.E .\II. 

Section :;. The liability of stockholders of 
corpiiratioiis or joint -lock associations shall w 
hnillert tiv the lace value of the shares of the 
«ub»cril«d capital stock or .hares of «uch 
corporaiioii or ai*8u<M«tion : and whenever any 
-Mare- bave been fully [mid up. the liolder of 
-mil -bares -liall not l« further liable to such 
corporuion or a-«ociatton. or tiie creditors 
ilicrcof. on that account. Kach stockholder of a 
cori'oralion or joiiit-tock a— ociallon. whose 
capital siiM-k is not fully paid up. shall be iiuli- 
viduallvand personally liable lor such prowir- 
tion of all lis debts and liabilities contracted or 
iucnr-ed duriiii: the time he wa- a nockholder 
..•■ Bliiireholilcr, a- the amount unpaid upon the 
■ •ock or share- owned by hlrn la-ar- M the who;e 
...in.oint uni-aid ntvui the -ib'.-ribed capital 
stock or shares of thecorpomllun or as-o* '■tti.-u 



The Directors or Trustees of corporations and 
joint 'lock associalloiis shall be jointly and sev- 
erally lia>Me to the creditors and -loi-kholders 
lor all moneys emt-eizle'l or mi-appropriated bv 
Ihc olTi.crs of -uch corporation or jolnt-stoc'k 
assoetatioii. durlni; the term of ollice of >uch 
lUrector or Trustee. 

Amendment Number Four. 

(Senate I'oiistitutional .\mendinent So. 25.) 

AKTHl.E Kl. 

Section It. rorporatious f.ir municipal pur- 
po->e» shall not be created by si»!clal laws; but 
the I.esislature. by aeueral laws, shall provide 
for the in.-orporatiou. oritaiii/ation. and clas-i- 
lication. in proportion to population, of cities 
and town-, wliich laws may be nlteri'd. amended. 
or repealed, iiucs and towns heretofore ortfau- 
ized or incorpora'ed may l-ecome oruaui/ed 
under -uch general law- whenever a majority 
of Ihe electors votina at a acneral eUetlon -ball 
so determine, and shall or^-ani/c in conformity 
therewith; and cities and towns lierelofoie or 
hereafter oritaiiii'.ed. and all charters thereof 
framed or adopted by authority of this Consli- 
tution. except In iniiricipal affairs, shall be 
sut'jeet to and controilel I y trciicral :aus. 

Amendment Number Five. 
(Senate C'onstiiniioiial .Amendment No. I;:.) 

ARTIIl.E .\l 

flection s'.,. It shall >« competent, in all 
charters franiol under the authority given by 
sedlon elKht of article eleven of this i on-titu- 
tiou. to provide, ia addition b> those provisions 
allowable by this Constiiution and by the laws 
of the state, as follows: 

I For the constiiution. rceulatlon. govern- 
nient. and iuri-dicilon of Police Court-, and fur 
the maliue'r m which, the time- at whicli. and 
the terms lor which the JudB"s of such courts 
snail lie elected or appointed, and for the coui- 
peu-ation of said Judges and of their clerss 
and auachcs, 

J. For the manner in which, the times at 
which, and the terms for which the members of 
Hoards of Education -hall be elected or ap 
tK.iuted. and the uuml'er which shall con-itutc 
any one of such Hoards. 

:l Fiir the mauiicr in which, the time- »t which, 
and the terms tor which the ricml'ers of the 
Boards of police Commi-sloners shall be elected 
or appointed: and for the constitution, reitu.ii- 
tion. comjM'ii-atitni. and covernmeiit of such 
Board- and ol the municipal police lorce. 

4 For the manner In which, the times at 
wblch. and ttie terms for wtiich the nicniN-TS or 
all Hoards ol Elecinui shall be elected or ap- 
pi.inted. and for toe constitution, regulation, 
comwnsation. and Kovernineiil of such Hoard-, 
and of their clerks and aitach.-; and b>r all 
eipen-e- iuiidcut to the holditii: of any election. 

Where a city and countv government h»- Is'cn 
merged and consolidated into one mm. .ii; 
government. It shall also be cnm|>etent i : . v 

i.[,„r...r •^«, t under -aid section eight ol - .; 1 

urt; • ' proviile for the manner in 

«l - at whi- h. and the terms for 

ivl: ,: countyollicersshall t>eelcctcd 



or appointed, for their compensation, ani for 
the uuml'er of deputies that each shall have, 
and for the t-ompvii-tttion payaiiie to each of 
such liej'Uties. 

Amendment Number Six. 

(Assembly fonstHutioual Amendment No. II.) 

.Vktki.e II. 

"section 1. Every native citizen of the ruifed 
Atfttes. evervper-on who-haM have acini re<l the 
rights of ci"ii/!enship uniler or by virtue of the 
Ireatvof t;ueretaro. and every iialuraiized citi- 
zen thereof, who shall have U-cnnse such ninety 
davs prior to any election, of the age of tweiitv- 
oiie years, who s'hail have been a re-ident of the 
Slate one vear nexl preceding the election, and 
ol the coiiutv in « hlch be or she claims to vote 
ninety d«v«, and in the elecnoii precinct thirty 
dav-. shall l-e entitled to v.)ti' at all elections 
wlilcli are now or liiav hereafter ta- ailthoriiied 
by law; /o.c:./f/. no native of china, no idl.it, 
iiisane person, or person coiivicte<l of any infam- 
ous crime, and no |.erson hereafter coi.victeil of 
Ihe embez'.lemenlor mi-approprialion ol public 
money, and no per-oti who shall not be aide to 
read the Constilntlon in the Kngli-h language, 
and write hi- or her name, -hall ever exerci.-e 
Ibe pnvlleseof an elector in thi- Mate; ;•>■■.•'(<'. 
that the iirovi*ioiis of this amendment reletive 
loan cdicalloiial .pialillcation shall not apply 
to,tnv person picvented bv a physical tiisabilliy 
from complying with its requisition-, nor to any 
j>ersoTi who now h-s the right to vole, nor to 
anv person who shall I* sixty years of ace and 
ufward at the lime Ihls amendment shall tage 
efTect. 

NOW, TIIEREKOUE. Pur-uant to the pro- 
visions of the Constitution, aud an Act of fe 
la;gl«latureeiltiticd "An Act to provide for the 
submissiiMi id certain pro(K»-ed ameiniiiienls to 
the Con-tiiullou of the s:ate of i:aliIorma to 
the iiuallfleil elector- for their approval." nl- 
prove 1 March T, A. H Iss;;, the sai'l amendments 
are snbmitied, to I* separately voted up.in by 
hallot by the Mualitle*! electors of the State, on 

Tuesday. Vmdn the Third, .\. D. IS9ti. 

The said amendments are re«i>ectively deslg 
waled— 

Amendment Number One, 
.\nieiidnient Niini tier Two, 
,\niendiiiei.t .\'uiiiU*r Three. 
.Mnen.lment Nunit»er Four. 
Amcinlincnt Numlafr Five. 
Amendment Number six. 

Each ballot nsKsl at such election musl contain, 
written or prinu-.l there. ui. The words 

"For tne .Kmciidmelit NiiiiilM>r i»ne. ' ana 
".Again-t the .\inendmenl Niimlterone." 

"For the .xmciidmeiit Numt-er Two." and 
o.Xs'ainst the .Viiicii.luienl Nuiuta-r Two " 

"For tlie Amendment Niimts-r Three," and 
o.^gamstthe Amendiuent Nuiii'aT Three. ' 

••For the Ano'udment Number Four." and 
" Xgaltist the vmendmenl Niiml-er Four " 

"For the \;;ic , l!io:it Nnm'ier Five." and 
"AgKin-t ihe ' • SuiursT Five " 

*• For the \ Nu>ul»er Six." and 

'•Apain-lthe ;Nnml'erSix" 



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HIJ-CTION rROCLAMATlOX. 



Static oi- Cm.ii'«>knia. i 

KxKCrTIVK DKI'AKTMKNT. \ 

Notice is licrebv sfivtu that a general election will l>e held 
tiirouK'hoiit the State of Caliiornia on Tuesday, the third 
day of November, A. D. 1896. when the toUuwniK' officers 
will lie elected, namely: 

Nine Electors of President and Vice-President of the 
United States. 

\lso, seven Representatives to the Congress of the 
United States: being one Rei>resentative iroin each Congres- 
sional District. 

\lso one State Senator from each of the following 
Senatorial Districts: Fir^t. Third, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, 
1-levenih. Thirteenth, Fifteenth. Seventeenth, Nineteenth, 
Twentv-fit-st. Twentv-third. Twenty-fifth. Twenty-seventh, 
Twenty-ninth. Thirty-first, Thirty-third, Thirty-fifth. Thirty- 
seventh, and Thirty-ninth. 

Also, one Member of the Assembly from each Assembly 
District in this State. 

Also, four Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
City and County of San Francisco. 

AKo. four Judges of the Superior Court in and for Los 
Angeles County. 

Also, three Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
County of Sacramento. 

\lso. two Judges of the Superior Court in and for each 
of the following counties: .Maiueda, IIuiuImjUIi, San Diego, 
San Joaquin, Santa Clara, and Sonoma. 

\lso. one Judge of the Superior Court in and for each 
of the following counties: Alpine. Amador. Hnlte, Calaveras, 
Contra Costa. Colusa, Del Norte, lU Dorado, Inyo. Kern, Lake, 



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I.assfii, Mariposa, Man:: Merced. Meiidociiio, Monterey, Modoc. 
Mono, Xa5)a. Nevada. *' iiij^c, I'lacer. rimiias. San Heriiardino, 
Sail Heuito, San Luis t >■ ispo. San Mateo. Santa Barbara, .Santa 
Cm/., Shasta, Sierra, .-^i-kiyou, Solano, Stanislaus. Yuba and 
Sttttw; -Tt-httttta;-¥ttmH TuolumHe, Ventura, and Yolo. 

Also, one Judg:e of the Superior Court in and for the 
County of Fresno, ;•.•: .he unexpired tenu of S. A. Holmes, 
deceased, endinj; J.i!ni:irj', 1S97; vice Stanton L. Carter, 
appointetl. 

.\lso. at said elccti. v. Amendments to the Constitution 
of the State, .submittL-d by the Legislature at its last rej;ular 
session, uuniliered an<l L-sigiiated as hereinafter specified, will 
be voted upon by the t lectors of said State; namely, 

A.'uendment Number One. 
.\5H'!ul'ly C •::^litiUi"n.Tl .Viueu'biifiit No. .^j.) 



Section I. All propffty ' 
I'nitfd Statt.-i, or this C" 
value, t" hv ii»oi-rt.iiin.-'! ..- 
I'.scil ill this .iiiifU' ;!i!i! - 
cretlits, n..nil>, .~iiicks, iL.. 
re.-il. persciial, .ind iiiixf 1. 
property used for free pii''! 
crops. nmrti^aKes, truM 1 
scliooLs, ai; 1 smh a.s iimy 
any countv or municiii.i' > 
froti! taxation. Tin- I.cl:;-: 
of iltlits line /•onajiiii ri>i. 

Sec. 2. taction foiir of 
repealed. 

Sec. i. Section five of 
rcjicalcd. 



IRTICI.K XUI. 

'.he State not exempt under the laws of the 
litntion. shall be taxed in proportion to its 
■rovided !>y law. The word ";)roperty," as 
tiou, is hereby ileclared to include numeys, 
', franchises, and all other matter anil thinjjs, 
I ipable of private ownership: pro-ided, that 
ii- libraries and free public museums, j^rowinj; 
I'-cds, property used exclusively for public 
!>clonf; to the United Stales, thi.s Slate, or to 
■ rporation within this State, shall be exempt 
aiire may provide for a reduction fromcrclits 
Unts of tins State. 
article thirteen of this Constitution is hereby 

article thirteen of this Constitution is herebv 



Amendment Number Two. 

I Senate Conslitulioual Amendment No. S.) 

ARTlCtK II. 

Section 5. All v'., v.-i:" by tlie l>eople shall be bv ballot or by such 
other mtth<«l as niav be prcscrilied bv law ; pri'viihd, that secrecy in 
votinj; be prtstr>-ed. 

AmenJment Number Three. 
(.\s)iembly Constitutional Aniendment No. 19.1 



.\RTICI.K XII. 

Section 3. The liabiUty , f stockholders of corporations or joint-stock 
associations shall be liinite i by the face value of the shares of the sub- 
scrit)ed capital st<Kk or sh ires of such corporation or «s.sociation : and 
whenever any shares have 1 ■■en fully paid up, the holder of such shares 



shall not be further liable to such corporation or a.s.sociation, or the 
cre<litors thereof, on that account. Kach stockholder of a corporation 
or joint-stock association, whose capital stock is not fully paid up, shall 
be individually and personally liable for such proportion of all its ilebls 
and liabilities' contracted or' incurred during the lime he was a stock- 
iiolder or sliareholder, as the amount unpaid uixjn the stwk or shares 
owned by him bears to ihe whole amount unpaiil ujxin the sukscribed 
capital stock or shares of the corporation or association. The Directors 
or Trustees of corporations and joint-stock associations shall be jointly 
autl severally liable to llie creditors and stockholders for all moneys 
eml)e/'/led or misappropriated by the ofliccrs of such corporation or 
joint-stock association, during tlie term of office of such Director or 
Trustee. 

Amendment Number Four, 

fSeiiale Ci>nsiiiiitional .\inendnient No. 25.^ 

Artici.k XI. 

Section 6. Corporations for municipal purposes shall not be createii 
bv special laws; but tlie Legislature, by general laws, shall pn.vide for 
the incorporation. orgauiz.ation, anil classification, in proportion to 
population, of cities and towns, which laws may Ije altered, amended, or 
repealed. Cities and towns heretofore organized or incorporated may 
become organized under such general laws whenever a ui.'ijority t>l the 
electors voting at a general election shall so determine, and shall organize 
in conrorniitv therewitli; and cities and towns heretofore or hereafter 
organized, aiid all charters thereof frame.l or adopted by authority of 
this Constitution, except in municipal affairs, shall tie su!>ject to and con- 
trolled by general laws. 

Amendment Number Five. 

(Senate Constitutional .\nien luicnt No. Ij. 1 



.-VrTICLK XI. 

Section .S'j. It shall be comiK'teut, in all charters framed under the 
anthoritv given bv section eight of article eleven of this Constitution, to 
provide, in adilition to those provi.sions allowable by this Constitution 
and bv the laws of the State, as follows: 

I. For the constitution, regulation, government, and jurisdiction of 
Police Courts, and for the manner in which, the times at which, and the 
terms for which tlie Judges of such courts shall be elected or appointed, 
and for the compensation of said Judges and of their clerks and attach<;s. 

2. For the manner in which, the times at which, and the terms for which 
the members of Boarils of Kducatiou shall be elected or apiwinled, and. 
the number which shall constitute any one of such Hoards. 

;. F'or the manner in which, the times at which, ami the terms for 
which tlie members of the Boards of I'olicc Commissioners shall lie 
elected or appointed : and for the constitution, regulation, compensation, 
and government of such Uoards and of the municipal police force. 

4. For the manner in which; the times at which, and the terms for 
which the members of all Hoards of l-ilection shall be electeil or ap- 
pointed, and for the constitution, regulation, compensation, and govern- 
ment of such Hoards, and of their clerks and attaches: and for all 
expenses incident to the holding of any election. 

Where a citv and county government has Wen merged and consolidated 
into one municipal goveriiment, it shall also be competent in any charter 
framed under said section eight of saiii article eleven, to provide forlhe 
manner in which, the times at which, and the terms for which the several 



idUIitv ofiiccrs shall liv tk 
for the immlifr of ilcjuilit 
linn ]>;iya!>lf U> facb iif sut 



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• '1 iir ain>iiintiil, for their cninpeiisation, atul 
hat each shall have, and for the comptusa- 
. (lepiilies. 



Amendment Number Six. 
Asstmblv Constitutional Aniemlincnt No. ii.) 



Section i. l\very iialiv 
who shall have aeti'.iire.l 
the treaty of Qiaretaro, a: 
have become sucl; ninety > 
one years, who shall hav 
precedinj; the election, an 
vote ninety days, and in tl 
to vote at all elections wli 
law : proi'itl^d, no native 
convicted of any infauiou~ 
the embe/zlenient or mis 
who shall not be aMe to n 
and write his or her name. 
in this .Stale ; pro-.uitd. li 
to an educational tiualitic.i 
by a physical disability fr 
]>erson who now has the 
sixty vears of .aj;e and iipv 
effect.' 



ARTlcr.E II. 

. itizen of the United States, every jktsou 

' r rights of citizenship nndt*r or bv virtue of 

. every naturalized citizen thereof, who shall 

^ s prior to any election, of the age of twenty- 

'■een a resident of the State one year next 

' nf the county in which he or she claims to 

t lection precinct thirty days, shall be entitled 

h are now or may hereafter 1>e authorize<l bv 

. ' China, no idiot, insane person, or person 

crime, and no persmi hereafter convicted of 

I propriation of public money, and no person 

.1 1 the Constitution in the Knulish lanj;u£ij;e, 

shall ever exercise the privilei;e of an elector 

;ti the provisions of this amendment relative 

lion shall not apply to any jierson prevented 

in complyinj; with its requisitions, nor to anv 

i.;':it to vote, nor to any pers<,>n who shall be 

.ltd at the time this amendment shall take 



Each .iniendineiit sli;'.!l be voted on separately from the 
others, by ballot, at the next general election to be held on 
Ttiesday. the third da\ mi" Novenibcr, 1S96. 

The said aintudmeiit- are respectively designated: 

AmeiKliuent Number One. 
Amendment Xuniber Two, 
Ameiidinent Xiiml>er Three, 
Amemlment Xuml)er Four, 
Amendment Xninl)er Five, 
Amendment Xthnljer Si.\. 

ICach ballot used at such election must contain printed thereon 
the words 

Amendment NumKr One, being Assembly Constitu- ( YF^S. 

tional Amendment N.i, 3;^ (exempting mortgage.sj 

and trust deeds from taxation). S 

For the Amendment ? I XO. 



Amendment Number Two, being Senate Con.stitutional f YES. 
Amendment Xo. S (air.horizing elections by ballot, 

or such other secret nie'.hod as mav be permitted h\< 

law). 

For the .\mendmeut? I NO. 



Amendment Numlier Three, Ijeing Assembly Consti- ( YES. 
tutional Amendment Xo. 19 (limiting the liability j 



of stockholders of corporations) 

For the Amendment .' 



L NO. 



Amendment Number Four, being Senate Constitu- { YES 
tional Amendment Xo. 25 (relating to the oi>eration | 

of general laws in organized or incorporated cities<^ 

or towns). 



For the Amendment ? 



NO. 



Amendment Number Five, being Senate Constitu- { YES. 
tional Amendment No. 13 (enlarging the provisions 
which may be made by Freeholders' Charters, relat- 
ing to Police Courts, Police Commissioners, Boards^ 
of Education and Elections, and pro\iding for the' 
election of county officers in consolidated cities and 
counties). 

For the Amendment ? L NO. 



Amendment Number Six, being Assembly Constitu- C YES. 

tional Amendment X'^o. 11 (extending the right toj 

vote to females). 

For the Amendment ? 



L NO. 



And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of an\ and every person violating 
any of the provisions of Title IV, Part I, of the Penal Code ; 
such reward to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
expendetl for the purjwse reaches the sum of Ten Thousand 
Dollars. 

In Testimony Whkrkof. I have hereunto set my hand, 
and caused the Great Seal of *)»; Stale to Ix: affixed, at the City 
of Sacramento, this .''■r^ ">..... day of ."^ «^^ <*,<"%i S96. 



Governor. 



Attest: 



S^.:.<^..!^^!r:A 



Secretary of State. 



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FfLED in the Office of ihQ 

SECRETARY OF? STATE 

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Record Book,_ Page, ,, 




DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

CALIFORNIA. 



PWKXHAnON. 



state of California. 

bo^iutiTt Dopartaent. 

Saorananto. Ootobor 26th, 1896. 

INm!IDAT10N OF VOTKRS BY CORPORATIONS AND OTHSRS. 
FRAIJDDLWT VOTING, FAT.SIPTING OR DBSTHOYING ttKTICN RKUIWS. 
CHIFGI17G OR DBSTROTING VOTBD BALLOTS. JND PURCHASING OR SBX- 
ING VOTK, ARI STRICTLY FORBIDDW JKD MADS PWIL 0FFWSB3 
UND8R TH8 LAIT. 

Therefore. I. JIMES H. BUDD. GOVERNOR OP THE STATE OF 
CALI?t)WIlA. under and Ijy authority of the Prorisions of Sec- 
tion 1054 of the Political Code. 4o hereby offer a reward of 
One Hundred ($100) Dollars for the arrett aid conriction of 
«ny and every person riolating iny of the Prorisione of the 
Election Laws of California; such rewards to be paid until 
the total wiount hereafter txpsnded for that purpose, reach- 
es the sum of Tan Thous«id ($10,000) Dollars. 



INTIMIDATION OF V0T8RS. 



It is unlawful for corporations as well as individuals 
to intimidate voters. Any corporation convicted of so doing 
shall forfeit Its charter. 

FRAUDULWT ^'OTING. 



Bvery parson not entitled to vote who freoidulently at- 
tempts to vote, or who "being entitled to vote, attempts to 
vote more than once is punishable by imprisoraBsrt in the State 
Prison. 

Bverj*- person yiho aids another to give or offer his vote 
at an election, knowing that the person is not entitled to 
vote, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 

FALSIFYING RETUKJS. 



'Bvery Inspector, Judge or Clerk of en election, who, 

•previous to putting the ballot of an elector in the ballot- 

■box, attampts to find out any maae on such ballot, or who 

folded 
•opens, or suffers the ballot of any elector, which has be«n 

•handed in, to be opened or examined previous to putting the 

•seme into the ballot-box, or who makes or places any mark or 

•device on any folded ballot with the view to ascertain the 

•nine of any person for utioin the elector has voted, or who, 

•without the consent of the elector, disclosed thi nano of 

•any person which such Intpeotor, Judjet or Clerk hat fraudu- 

"lantly or illogally discovered to have been voted for by 

"•ueh elector, is punishable by fine, not lest than fifty nor 
•more than fivo hundred dollars. • 



(b) *8v«ry person who fore;e« or counterfeits returns of an 
•election purporting to have been held at a precinct, town, 
■or ward where no election was in fact held, or willfully 
•substitutes fore;ed or counterfeit returns of election in the 
•place of the true returns, for a precinct, town, or ward 
•where an election was actually held, is punishable by im- 
•prisonmant in the State Prison for a term not less than two 
"nor more than ten years.' 

(e) Bvery person i^o willfully adds to or subtracts from 
•the rotes actually cast at oi eltctitti, in any returns, or 

■who alters such returns, is punishable by imprisonment in 

•the State Prison for not less than one nore more than five 

"years. • 

(d) "Any person who acts as an election off iter at any 
■election, without first having been appointed and qualified 
"as such, and any person i^o, not being an election officer, 
•performs or discharges any of the duties of an election of- 
'ficer, in regard to the handling or counting or canvassing 
•of any balloti oast at any election, shall be guilty of a 
"felony, and on fonviction be pvmishad by imprisonmait in the 
•State Prison for not less than two^or more tnan seven years. 
(As amended »'arch 26, 1895. )• 



PFUCHASING OR SIBLING VOTB. 



It is unlawful for «iy person, directly or indirectly, 
by himself or through «iy other parson to purohasa or sell for 
any corsidaration whatarar a TOte or rotes. 



\ 



Election officers as well as other persons are liable 
to imnediate arrest on violating any of the election laws of 

this State. 

PRIVATE PERSONS MA? MAKE ARRESTS. 
oOo 

A Private Person ma^^ arrest another*; 

Ist: For a Public Offense Committed or Attempted in 
his Presaice; 

2nd: When the Person Arrested has coimitted Felony, al- 
though not in his Presence; 

3rd: When a felony has been committed and he has reason- 
able cause for believing the person arrested to have conmit- 
ted it. 

Any Person making an arrest may orally summon as many 
persons as he dsems necessary to aid him therein. 

WITNESS my hand and the Great Seal of the State. 
the day and year first above written. 



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Governor. 



ATTBST: 



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Secretary of State. 



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I-LECTIO\ rkOCLAMATlOX. 



Stat)-: or CAi.ii-nKNiA. t 

IvXKClTIVlC DlCl'AKTMKNT. \ 

Xotice is hereby <;iven that a general election will l>e held 
throu.i,^hout the State of Calitoriiia on Tuesday, the third 
day of November, A. D. 1896. when the following officers 
will he elected. nanielN': 

Nine Electors of President and Vice-President of the 
United States. 

Al-o. seven Representatives to the Congress of the 
United States: being one Representative from each Congres- 
sional liistrict. 

Also, one State Senator from each of the following 
Senatorial Districts: I'irst. Third. Fifth. Seventh. Ninth. 
i:ieventh. Thirteenth, Fifteenth. Seventeenth. Nineteenth 
Twentv-first. Twenty-third. Twenty-fifth. Twenty-seventh. 
Twenty-ninth. Thirty-first. Thirty-third, Thirty-filth, Thirty- 
seventh, and Thirty-ninth. 

Al-.>. one Member of the Assembly from each Assembly 
District in this State 

Also, four Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
City and County of San Francisco. 

AKi. four Judges of the Superior Court in and for Los 
Angeles County. 

.\lsu. three Judges of the Superior Court in and for the 
County of Sacramento. 

Al-o, two Judges of the Superior Court in and for each 
of the following counties: Alameda. Hninl>oldt. S.m 'iRiro, 
San Joaiiuin, Santa Clara, and Sononi 1. 

Als>i. one Judge of the Superior Court in and for each 
of the following counties: Alj>int. Amador. Hntle. C.ilaveras, 
Contra Co-.ta. Colusa. W\ Norte. ICl Dorado, Inyo. Kvni, Lake, 



— 4 — 

I.assiii. M;uipi)>a. M.iriii. MircL-d. Metulocino. Monterey. Modoc. 
Mono. Niip.i. Nevada. Orange. I'lacer. I'lunias. San Beriianlino. 
San n'enito. San Luis Obispo. San Mateo. Santa Barhara. Santa 
Cruz, Sha.sta, Sierra^ Siskiyou. Soiauo, Stanislaus. Vuha and 
Sutter, TehaiuarTrinitj^ Tuolutnne, Ventura, and Volo. 

AKo. one Jud^e of the Superior Court in and for the 
County of Fresno, lor tliL- une.xpired term ol' S. .\. Holmes, 
deceased, ending January. 1^97: vice Stanton I,. Carter. 
appointed. 

Also, at said election. Amendments to the Constitution 
of the State, submitted by Iik Legislature at its last regular 
>ession. niuubered and de.-ignaled as hereinafter sjiccified. will 
be voted uiHjn by the electors of said State: namel.v, 



Amendment Number One. 
lAs-scniMy Coiistitutiimal .XnainliiKiii No. ,^3.') 

Article XIII. 

Section I. .\U proptrtv ill tlic St.itc not fxcmpt un.ler llie l.-Jws of the 
Uiiitcd States, or tlii> Conslitmi'ii. shall I>e taxed in proportion to its 
v.ilue. to be aseertaineil as proviilfi by Ihw. Tlie word " ]>roi)erty," as 
useil ill this article and section. i> hereby declared to include moneys, 
creiliis, bonds, stocks, dues, franchises, and all other matter and thins;s, 
real, personal, and mixed, capable of private ownership ; pro; idcii. that 
property used for free public libraries and free public uiusciims, growing 
crops, inortHanes, trust deeds, property used exclusively for public 
schools, and such as may beloni; to the Vnite.l States, this State, or to 
anv countv or municipal corporation within this Stale, shall be exempt 
from taxation. The legislature may provide for a re<luction from credits 
of debts due bona liJe resilient- of this Sl.ite. 

Sec. 2. Section four of article thirteen of this Constitution is hereby 
lepealol. 

Sec. J. Section five of article thirteen of this Constitution is hereby 
repealed. 

Amendment Number Two. 

(Senate Conslilutional Ameiidmenl No. S.I 

.\rtici.k II. 

Section % All electiotm b> the jicoplc shall be by ballot or by such 
other tnethiHl as may be pres« rilied by law : pro- iJed, that secrecy in 
voting bi preservitl. 

Amendment Number Three. 

(.\ss«-mbly ConstUiitional Ameniluu-nt No. 19. 

Akticlk XII. 

Sertinn t Tlir lii'-ilitv f>f «!». VboHeT'of corporation* or joint-»tock 

■ , . • ■ • , .,•.'■". ■ ' ■' ■ -u1>- 

,nd 
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shall not be further liable to Mich corporation or association, or the 
creditors thereof, on that account. Each stockhohlcr of a corporation 
or joint-stock association, whose capital stock is not fully paid up, shall 
lie individuallv and personally liable for such proportion ol all Us debts 
and liabilities' contracted or incurred durinj,' the time he was a stock- 
holder or shareliolder, as the amount unpaid upon the stock or shares 
owned bv him bears to the whole amount unpaid upon the subscribed 
capital stock or shares of the corporation or as.sociation. The Director^ 
or Trustees of corporations and joint-stock as.sociations shall be jointly 
and severally liable to the creditors and stockhol.lcrs for all inoneys 
eml*//led o'r misappropriated bv the officers of such corporation or 
ioint-stock association, durinj; the term of oflice of such Director or 
Trustee. 

Amendment Number Four. 

Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 25.1 



Article XI. 

Section 6. Corporations for municipal purposes -hall not be created 
bv special laws: but the I,e«islature, by general laws, shall provide for 
the incorpor.ation. ornanizatiou, and classification, m proportion to 
population, of cities and towns. «liich laws may be altered, .amended, or 
repealed Cities and to«ns heretofore orj^anized or incorporated may 
iK-come organized under such general laws whenever a majority of the 
electors votine' at a general election shall so determine, and shall organize 
in confoniiitv therewith: and cities and towns heret.ilorc or hereafter 
..rgaiiized, and all charters thereof framed or a.lopted by authority of 
this Constitution, except in municipal affairs, ^llall be subject to and con- 
trolled by general laws. 

Amendment Number Five. 
Senate Cun^•.illlti"n.ll .\niendiiient No. 13.) 

Artici.k XI. 

Section 8"'; It shall be competent, in all charters framed under the 
autluTritv given bv section eight of article eleven of this Constitution to 
provX.in addition to those provisions allowable by this Constitution 
and bv the laws of the State, as tdlows: ,•,•.• e 

I For the c.mstitution. regulaticm. government, and jurisdiction of 
Volice Courts, and for the manner in which, the times at which, and the 
ter lis for which the Judges of such courU shall K- elevted or apiK.inted, 
and for the c.m.pensatioi. of s..id Judges an-l of their clerks an.l attacWs 

2 Vor the mainer in which, tht times at which and the terms lor which 
the memlH.-rs of Boards of Education shall 1^ elected or appointed, and 
the number which shall constitute any one of such ""ards. 

\ 1-or the manner in which, the times at wdiich. and the tertns for 
which the members of the I!o..rds of l'<.lice Commissioners shall W 
el "te.! or appointed ; and f..r the constitution, regulation comtH-ns.ation, 
an.l uovcrn iient of such Hoards and of the municipal ixilicc force. 

1 *l" r the n "inner in which, the times at wliic^i. and the terms for 
whicliTh niemJ^rs of all lioards of Election shall be elected or .ap- 
linte^l. and for the constitution, regulation. con.pin.s.a ion. ""'l K"^""; 
merit of such Boards, and of their clerks and att.ich^s : and for all 
expenses incident to the holding of any election. ,.,. ■ 

vvherr \' ' ■• ' • ■•' v • ^ eminent has iHH-n merged an.l con»olidate<l 
;.,./. ?.„.. 1' 't »h»H "l*" '*• 'ompetent in anv charter 

fr n^ un.i f »«'•> •"l'*'*- '•''•"■"• ^•' P'""."^'' '^"'**"; 

mlnnrr ill » hich, the limes at « Inch, and the terms for which the several 



county otTiccrs shall ln'ck-ctoil or apiwinteil, fur tliiir oimipetisatioii, ami 
for llic mniilior of lUpiitit-s that e.uli shall have, ami for the compt'iisa- 

tii'ii payable to i-acli of .-.luli ilcpmies. 

Amendment Number Six. 

(Assciiilily Coiistiluliriiial AiiK'Uiluiciit No. ii.) 

AkTki.e II. 

Section I. Kvery iiatixe citi/eTi of the Uniteil States, every person 
who shall have acipiired the ri);hts of citizenship umler or bv virtue of 
the treaty of Oueretaro, and every naturalized citizen thereof.'who shall 
have become such ninety <hn > prior to any election, of the aue of twenty- 
one years, who shall have iieen a vesiilent of the State one vear next 
preceding the election, and of t!ie i ouulv in which he or she'clainis to 
vote ninety days, and in theclection precinct thirtv davs, shall be entitled 
to vote at all elections whidl are now or niav hereafter be authorized by 
\M\:pro::,i,;i, no native of Chin.i, no iiiio't, insane person, or persoii 
convicted of any infamous crime, and no person hereafter convicted of 
the embezzlement or misaiipropri.uion of public monev, and no person 
who shall not be able to read tlie Constitution in the Hiiijiish lan<;uai;e 
and wntc his or her name, shall ever exercise tlie privilege of an tdector 
in tins State: provnUJ. that the provisions of this amendment relative 
to an eilucational qualification shall not applv to anv person prevented 
by a physical ilLsability from coinp'.-.ing wiili its re(iuisition-. nor to anv 
person who now has the ri^ht t.. vote, nor to anv person who shall Ik- 
.sixty years of a.L'e and iinu.inl ai I'.e time this amendment shall take 
eflect. 

liach .imLiidmem sli.iU l,c voted on separatelv from the 
oUiers, liy ballot, at the next t^tncral election Io'Ik: held on 
TiKs<lay. the third day of XoNcniher. 1896. 

The said amendments are re-pectively designated: 

Amendment Xutnber One. 
Amendment Xuml)er Two. 
Amendment Niimlx-r Three, 
Amendment Xumljer Four. 
Amendment Xnmlter Five, 
AnieiidnieiU Xijml)er Si.\. 

Ivach ballot ti-ed at such election must contain t>rii)ted thercoji 
the words: 



Aitieiidnient Xnmber One, lK.iii>j Assembly Constitu- 
tional Amendment No, ^y ( exempting mortKages 
and trust deeds from tSNatioiO. 

For the AniendnKiit.' 

A nKudment Number Two. Ixing Senate Constitutional ( 
Amendment No. ,S (authori/inj; ^.u-ctions bv ballot, 
or such <ither secret method as mav l>e t>cnnitti.-<l b\V 
law). • ' ■ j 

For the Aiiundment? ( 



vi:s. 

NO. 
YES. 

NO 



Amendment Number Three, being Assembly Consti- ( YKS. 
tutional Amendment X'o. 19 (limiting the liability 
of stockholders of corjxjrations). 

Forjhe Amendnient ? ^ ^'O. 



Amendment Xuml_>er Four, being Senate Constitu- f VIvS. 
tional Amendment Xo. 25 (relating to the operation | 

of general laws in organized or incorporated cities<( 

or towns). | 

For the Amendment ? ( XO. 

AnieiKimeiil Xiimber Five, being Senate Constitu- f VlvS. 
tional Amendment Xo. 13 (enlarging the provisions { 
which may Ix.- made by Freeholders' Charters, relat- 
ing to I'olice Courts, Police Commi.ssioners, Boards J 
of FMucation and l-'leclions, and providing for the"^ 
election of county otTicers in consolidated cities and 
counties). 

For the Amendment? i^^ XO. 



Amendment Number Six. l)eing Assemblv Constitu- ( YKS. 



vote to females). 

For the Amendment '. 



Ixo. 



And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any and every j)erson violating 
any of the provisions of Title I\', Part I, of the Penal Cotle ; 
such reward to lie paid until the total amount hereafter 
exjK-nded for the purjiose re:uhes the sum of Ten Thousand 
Dollars. 



In Tkstimonv Whkrkof. I have hereunto set my hand. 

and caused the Creat Seal of thv State to lie affixed, at the City 
of Sacramento, this 2<(\.\ dav ol Septemlx-r, iSy6. 



[SKAt..] 

Attest: 



JAMES H. Bl'DD, 

Governor. 



I,. H. liROWX, 

Secretary of State. 



PROCLAMATION. 



STATK OI" CALU'ORNIA, 

I'"\i:crTivK Dki'Artmknt 
Sacramknto, October 20. 1S96. 



Intiiuidation of 



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: -{iiK^^fahifyiui; or ifcsfroyiiii;- c/cy/ioh n/nnis, chaugui^ 
d\ st lovi i/o^ voted fiti//o/s, and pnn/iirfiii!^ or St/Iinj^ ro/i.' 
strht'y ffii hidden aiid nuidf f>ci!.i! '■'t'fcit-'^t'^ imdcr tlic lax 



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Therefore, I, Iamks 



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uf California, under and by authority of the provisions 
of Section 1054 of tlie Polilica! Code, do hereby offer a 
reward of one hundred (5 100) dollars for the arrest and 
conviction t>f any and every person violaliuK any of the 
provisions of tlie Hlection Laws of California; such re- 
wards to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended 
for that ]nirposc reache^^ the >uni often ih .usand (<ic\oot.) 
dollars. 

INTIMIDATION OF VOTERS. 

It i- uiilavvml lor corix>nUioiis as well as individu;ils to intimidate 
voU!>. Any corjioratioti convicted of so doiiiK shall forfeit its charter. 

FRAUDULENT VOTING. 

i:vcr>- pcrsotj not entitled to vote wh<i fraudulently attempts to vote, 
or who UinK entitled to vote, attempts to vote more tlnn onci-. i< 
imni^hable l>y imiiri-onment in the State Triton. 

lCver>- iKTson who aids an-ither to Kive or offer hi- 



ck-fliiiii. kiiowiui; tlial the person is not entitled to vote, i-^ !;uiUy of .i 



misdemeanor. 



FALSIFYING RETURNS. 



(ii) ''Kvery Insj.icetor. Jiui^o. or Clerk ot" an election, who, previous 
"to pnttinR the ballot of an elector in the hallot-box, attempts to find 
■out any name on such ballot, or who oix-ns, or suffers the folded 
■ballot of any elector, which has been handed in. to be ojiened or 
■"examined previous to putting the same into the ballot-box. or who 
■'makes or places any mark or device on any iblded ballot with the 
"view to ascertain the name of any person for whom the elector has 
"■ voted, or who. without the consent of the elector, discloses the name 
■ of any person wiiich such Inspector. Judj^e. or Clerk has fraudulently 
"or illegally discovered to have been voted for by such elector, i> pun- 
■' ishable by fine, not less than fit'ty nor more than five hundred dollars.'' 

(I'j '■ ICvery person who forges or counterfeits returns of an election 
■" pur])orting to have been held at a precinct, town, or ward where no 
"• election was in tact held, or willfully suljstitutes forged or counterfeit 
■ returns of election in the place of the true returns, for a i)recinct. 
■town, or ward where an election was actually held, is punishable by 
■■imprisonment in the State Prison f.ir a term not less than two nor 
'■ m^Me than ten years," 

'(■> "" I'^very person who willfully adds to or subtracts from the votes 
'■ actually cast at an election, in any returns, or who alters such 
"" returns, is punishable by imprisonment in the .State Prison tor not 
"' less than one nor more than five years.'' 

1 7) "• .\ny i)ersou who acts as an election officer at any election. 
'• without first having l)een apjwiuted and (pialificd as such, and any 
■person who. not being an electioii officer, perfoims or discharges aiiv 
■' of the duties of an election olTicer, in regard to the handling or count- 
"• ing or canva.ssing of any ballots cast at any election, shall be guilty 
•'of a t'elony. and on conviction be punished by imprisonment in the 
'"State Prison for not less than two nor more than seven years." (As 
amended March jfi. 1S05.) 

PURCHASING OR SELLING VOTES. 

It is unlawful for any person, directly or indirectly. \>\ him-elf or 
through any other jicrson, to inirchase or sell, for an\ con-.iclerati'>n 
whatever, a vote or votes. 

Mlection officers as well as other i>er>on-. are liable to immediate 
arrest on violating any of the ek-ction laws of this .State. 



. PRIVATE PERSONS MAY MAKE ARRESTS. 

A private person may arrest another; 

jriisi — I.- or a public oflense conuuitted or attempted in his presence; 

Sramd~-Vi\\w\ the per««ott arrested has committed a felony, although 
not in his presence; 

lliird — When a felony has been committed and he has reasonable 
cause tor believing the j-ierson arrested to have committed it. 

Any i)erson making an arrest ma>" orally summon as man\ persons 
as he deetns iiecessary to aid him therein. 

WirsKSS my liaml and the Great Seal of the State, the 
dav and vear first above written. 



l.VMHS H. BUDD, Governor. 



Attest". L. H. Brown. 



of St.iU-. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
Sacramento. C*l. 



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FOR THE LIMITATION OP A FEDERAL (JUARAKTINB HERETOFORE 

ESTABLISHED. 

State Of California, 

Executive Department. 
July 8th 1897. 

WHEREAS, under authority of law, the Secretary of Agri- 
culture has quarantined a large section of the Southern part 
of the United States, claiming that -Splenetic" or Southern 
fever existed therein among domestic cattle; and 

WHEREAS, all of the State of California is Included in 
Buch scheduled District, under claim that such dlseaa* exists 
among the cattle of this State; and 

WHEREAS, an official inrestigatlon is contemplated for 
the purpose of determining to what extent or in what local- 
ities, if any, in this State, this disease exist.; and 

WHEREAS, it is admitted that no trace of thla disaasa 
exists in that portion of the State above and North of tha 
line hereinafter described; and 

WHEREAS, the quarantine heretofore establiahad and naw 
existir.g is burdensome and occasions Inconvenlenca and loss 
to our stock breeders and ahlppers, and It la daatrablt that 
.0 much of the State as can be, should be rall.Tad from thta 

quarantine; and 

WHEREAS, it la proTided that where llnea more favorable 
to a State than those preacrlted by the Secretary of Agricul- 
ture, are a.tabllahed by auch Stataa, and It poaaesaes auch 
Laglalatlon aa will tnabla It to maintain auch llna, that 
auch Una may ba adopted by the Secretary of Agriculture; and 



WHEREAS, this State possesses Legislation sufficient to 
prevent the introduction of diseased cattle into Districts 
not affected by disease, and for th« purpose of relieving that 
part of the State where all admit that no trace of Splenetic 
or Southern feVer exists, from the operation of the quaran- 
tine heretofore estaMished by th6 Secretary of Agriculture, 
it is necessary that a quarantine line be established within 
this State. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JAISES H. BUDD, aovemor of Callfo- 
nla, for the purpose of affording the Secretary of Agriculture 
a basis upon which he may relieve as much of this State as 
possible from the operation of the quarantine heretofore e»- 
tablished, do hereby declare that no "Splenetic" or Southern 
fever exists among the domestic animals or cattle located 
above and !Torth of the quarantine line hereby established, and 
do hereby proclaim and establlih aa a quarantine line, to ba 
observed ar.d maintained as sueh to the same extent and aubjact 
to the same regulations and rastrietiona as existad with ra- 
gard to the line established «a the Kortiiex-n border ff the 
State, the following: 

Beginning on the Pacific CoMt where the Southern boun- 
dary line of Warin County coimacts with the Pacific Ocean; 
running thence Easterly and TTortherly along the Southern and 
Eaaterly boundary linea of ?!arin, Sonoma, TIapa and Lake Coun- 
tiea to the South-vaat comer of Colusa County; thenca East- 
trly along tha Southern boundary »f aaid Coluaa Coiinty %• th» 
Scuth-aast comer of aaid County; thanc« 9omlharIy and ■••%- 
•rly along the Southern bcunAtrlv mt Snttar and Pltaar Coun- 
tiaa to tha intaraaction with tha State boundary line la Laka 
Tahoa. 



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All citizens of tiil« State, all transportation compajile* 
and all persons engaged \n th« transportation of cattle are 
hereby required to take notice of fr.e quarantine line hereby 
•stabllshed, and all peace officers of t la State, £ai Dis- 
trict Attorneys and all lawfully constituted authorities are 
hereby directed to strictly enforce existing laws foi* the sup- 
pression of contagious cattle diseases, and prertntlng the 
spread thereof. 

The line herein provided for Is to bs established, and 
this proclamation - so far as it relates thereto, Is to go inlo 
effect and be in force inimedlatsly upon the approval tt Aaid 
line by the Secretary of Agriculture, by sy^cl^l Sfder to 
that effect. 

IN T7ITNESS ITHEPJSOP, I have hereunto set my 

hand, and caused to be affixsd the Qreat 
Seal of the Stats of California, this S'^ 
day of July, A. D. 18»7. 




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EXECUTIVE DIlFART?.^:?!!, 

Sacrsunento, California, 



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?«cr*tAry of Stata, 



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Governor 



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discover:- of ccld in ^'ali ^ornia, be celebrated -'n the t-.Tentv-fSiTrTh ! 




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State of California, 

Executive Departnent. 

It la contemplated that ^he Fiftieth anniversary of the discovery 
of gold in California, be celebrated on t>ie twenty-fourth day of January, 
A. D. 1896. Recognizing the significance of that event, and the influ- 
ence which that discovery has exercised upon the destinies of California, 
and the history of the World, and having been thereunto requested, I, 
JAMSS H. BUDD, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim and appoint 



a legal Holiday. 




MONDAY, JAWJARY 24th, A. D. 1898. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my 
hand, eind caused the Great Seal of 



the State of California to be here- 
unto affixed, thi« /Z day of Jan- 
uary, A. D. 1896. 



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"^Itlzens are requested, and officer* In charge of State bulldlncs 
and amorles are directed to place the "Flag" at half mast on Monday, 
February 21, 189fi, out of respect to the naeiHory of those officers and 
men of the Warship MAINE, who lost their lives through the late lement- 
ahle disaster to that veseel In the Port of Havana, Cuba. 

WITKESS, my hand, and the Great Seal of 
the State of California, this 18th 
day of February, A. D. 1898. 



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Governor. 






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THATIKSOIVINa PPOCIiAIiATION. 
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In conformity with the President's Proclamation for thanks 
giving to Almighty God, I do hereby proclaim THURSDAY, the 
TWENTY-FOURTH day of TTOVEMRER, A. D. 1P9P, a TIIANKSCrlvriG DAY. 

Years have elapsed since greater reaso-.s have existed 

for our rejoicing. 

To-day, the Nations extol our skill and valor, and con- 
tend our gracious generosity to a fallen enemy. Henceforth 
we '"ill be welcomed as a friend, and dreaded as a foe. 

At hone we have peace and plenty, and a united people. 

Let our Thanksgiving be cOTimensurate with our good for- 
tune . 

I!T WIT:IEPS whereof, I have ^-ereunto set 

my hand, and caused *he Great 
Seal of the State to be affixed 
at Sacramento, thla the 7th day 
of November, A. D. 1^98. 

(^ Governor. 




BY THE GOVEPNOR: 



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S«cr«tary of State. 




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STATE 0? CALIFORNIA, 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



THA!IKSOIVINa PROCIJ^iATION. 
oOo 



In conformity with the President's Proclanatlon for thanke 
giving to Almighty Ood, I do hereby proclaim THURSDAY, the 
TWENTY- FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, A. D. 1P9P, a THANKSGIVING DAY. 

Years have elapsed since greater reasons have existed 
for our rejoicing. 

To-day, the Nations extol our skill and valor, and com- 
mend our gracious generosity to a fallen enemy. Henceforth 
we '^ill be welcomed as a friend, and dreaded as a foe. 

At home we have peace and plenty, and a united people. 
Let our Thanksfjlving be conmensurate with our pood for- 
tune . 

IN WIT'IEFS WHEP.EOP, I have hereunto set 
my hand, and caused *he Great 
Seal of the State to be affixed 
at Sacramento, this the 7th day 
of November, A. D. 1^98. 




Governor . 



BY THE GOVERNOR 




Secretary of State. 



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Aj.IFO-^i'IA 



Exo-ui.iv3 riftp.u-tmant. 



THANKSGTVII 



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SECHETAHT OF STATE. 
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PROCLAMATION. 



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SIATI r,r 0m.1F.)«MA, ) 

Tl'HEkEAS, The U'lfisUiure of the Slate of 
>> laliloruia. at Its Ihiriy s^ioli'i semion 
t)«einiilni!on the Fourth day of January, a I) 
Iha; iwo-thirda of all the mfiubtrs elecicil to 
each of the two huuacaof sanl l.eitialature vot- 
ing In favor thereof, propose! the lollowing 
deMTiljea amenrtineuts to the Couilltuiion of 
the ^'tate of California, lo-wlt: 

Amendment Number One. 

(lieiDK Senalo toustitutiouai Amenilment So, 
il.) 

A rciolatlon to propoti- to U.e Pf*;Pl« "< 'Jj* 
etate of lallfornia. an amemlment to »eition 
eiKhteen ■ f article eleven of the 'on-'ltu- 
tion. ii" relation to revenue anJ laxation. 
l>y which It is pri'iios. .1 to amend >al'i section 
to read as follows 

!i«otlon 11*. No couuir.city, town, township. 
b(^d of educatiou.or (Kh.wl district shall in 
cur any Indebtedness or ii«bi..ty n any m«uuer 
or lor any purpose eic^ellng in an} 
year the Income ana revenue p...Mded 
for 11 lor such year, without th^ 
;«eni ol twotl.ird. o( M,e .|uall^cd 
tf'ctors thereol.votinir at an ele. tion f b. held 
Tor that purpose, nor unUsa I,, fore, or at the 
. me" 1 11^ urrinK' such in.1ebte.lnes.. provisL.t. 
,hall be male lor the collection .•! au aliuuat 
lax surticient b. pny th lutire>r on such in 
d"te.1neV. as It fall- dn.-. and also prov,.,_.u to 
constitute a .mkluir fund for the payment of 
Ihe principal thereof on or beb.re nmlurlty. 
"vhlch .h.Ul tl..t cx-ecl f..rly y.ar- from the 
time of contra, t.ng theaame JJ™' ''';'.• '"';;''• 
fh»t the <ity and f.)'inty .■( -an hram-is. o nia> 
a?anVtt""l.«y the unpaid cl.im. with inieresi 
?i'reou for material, mm. .bed ,"' f""! "''/» 
clone for said city and county durli.r the forl> ■ 
third and forty l.n.rlh ti.cal >>••;'•• ;"'"lr-.r 
locoroeand revenue ol any sunfediut: >ear or 
years: j.r...i/'.(. that any and all calm, lor 
raaklii: repairlns. alte..n,r. ..r f..r any w.jrk 
.•".ne upon or (..r any mHieri.l i.unl.bed lor 
any strict, l.ne.a ley.c.urt. p;»c. .or si.lewalk. 
or lor the cou»trn.ti.>n ol any s.-w,r ..r »^' >*" 
to said < ity and c .iinty are hereby excepted 
Ir.imtheprovlMonsol ihi.i..cti.>u an.l '» "•■• 
"ermlhinK any claim i*rmltted to l« paid Ui 

,i,i,«..tion..;...iat...e c! i'™"«' •■,"""/.;; tS^'i 

ply In any manner; a'l I p'"' •■'''■""""' Jl^'l 
ll'e <ity o Vallej... lb s..l.n.. • ouniy. '«^r V'^J 
ItseaUtlbi In.lebie.lnc.s in.u-r.d in the f..n 
.lr«.'ll..u of Its water*. .rk». whenever tw.i- 
thirds .1 the eleclora lher.ol vollnc at an ele< ■ 
rion hell lor that purj-se 'hall »;. '''''f^ 
Any in.lebii-luess or iiabiluy In.urr. .1 con tarj 
|othl»pr..vi.ion.Kllh Iheex epllou herelnbe- 
lore recited, shall l.i- toU 

Amendment Number Two. 



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A reaolotlon propo«ln- to 
:<tate ol L'allluruia .. 
•Iltutlonol th' •""' 
to l*e k:.o»n an ! 
«in1oii. ' 
lor tie 
lies, ol 

t»WO Ko»r. ....... . ..^ t... . 

tloo to read aa lullt>«ta 

Ilertlon T' , Tb« liihaM^a 
may Irante a " . ^ ....... 

o»o ».t\e-rif 
matter ap.-. 



amendment No- 



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may he voted on separately without prejudice 
to others 

It sjali Ic competent lu all coun.y aovern 
ment acts tramed uioler the authority itivcn by 
this .-.ctlon. to provide for the manner In 
which, the times at which, an. I the terma for 
xvhich theseveniU- wn»t)ipann r.iunty officers. 
other than Jud([.« ol the Superior Court, shaii 
be elected or app.>inied . lor their c.mpei sa- 
tion; for Ihe iinmtK'r of .«uch otli'-ers, for the 
consolidation or sei:renalli>b ..f ..Ihces f.>r Ihe 
number of dep.r les that each olfi.-cr shall hHve. 
and lor Ihe .'..mpeusall'.n payable to ea.h of 
su h .leputlc*. for the manner In which, Ihe 
tiroeain which. an< the terms lor which the 
i»einl-*ra of all boar.l" of electl .n 'hall be 
elected or apiHiintr.l and lor the constilullcn. 
reifniatUjn. .■oiinen.jHtlon. and ^.tvernmcnt ol 
.«uch boards, anl ol tneir clerks an' attaches 
also, to prestrlt* the tuanuer ana ineth..! by 
» hie h all electl. >ns by the people shnll be ■■.>li- 
du. ted . and may In addltl"H .ietermloe the 
lests and cu:.ditions u»>on which ek'.-lors, po 
litical parlies and ortianlzaiions m-. ■ partlci 
pate m any primary e'ct^.n. 

Whenever any cunty has. In 'lo' manner and 
method herein poinle I out, adopted ny c.uniy 
Kove'lituent act. and Ihe same shall hnve been 
approved by the I.euis at'ire "» af.iresai-l, the 
directDns of seclitms h.ilr an.l live of thin 
arlicl- pr.tvidinL' (or the uiilf.>rmlly "I a 
system of county K.tvernmeiits lh-.>iich..nt th;> 
.state, and I kewise providiiiK for the .lection 
and api.oinlnient of olhcers. and the r. cula- 
tlon.f their c.mpen^all.tn, fha.' n .t apply 
Said county e..vernmeiit act shal'. at to any ol 
the matters hereinabove Drovuled Icr an.l de 
clare«l by such county tii'verriinenl a. t. r.>t be 
su'.jeci lo any law .t amen. 'ment enaried by 
the l,ei:isl«ture. except by amen.imcnt lira' 
silbmltte'l to the elMCiors and ralitied In the 
manner here:ti(it ove cet f .rCi 

Amendment Number Three. 

lieini; Senate constitutional Amendment S.. 
U., 

X resolution proiHjsinir to the people of the 
State .^fcallf.trnia an amendment toilu-con- 
stit'iti n of the >tate. by a.Mmg a new aection. 
to t.e know;, and desUnaled as w.<-ti.tn five an.l 
<.ne half art cle SIX. thereby providlni; f.'r the 
orralii/it'onof a ctiurl, t.» 'je kn.'wnaathe 
...urt of 'laimi The tald proposed new sec 
tlon t'. read aa follows 

.se.-tlon .S'- Thei'oiirt of t la ina shall eon 
sisi..raiiy three Juduesof the Snp-nor court, 
« '.o tuay W re.iiieale.l by the .iovert.or to hold 
curl at'the reir.ilHr lerms thereof The c..iirt 
ol claims shall have ixcluaire J.illa.' icilon t • 
h.a' anl .leternilue all claims ol ere-y kl' d 
and chara. ter airalnst the Stale, under such 
laws as may b' ■ a»ed by the l.ei:lalai ore. an.l 
its Ju.Umcut thereon stinll l^- final. The terms 
ol the to in ol Claims shall I* held I a lollows 
in U.e < liy of I OS Aok-eies, c mmencinKoii 
the ftcfoud Mondayof Man h . 

Iiilheciiy and County of San l'ranpla''i<, 
roniinenctnK on the aeciind Monday in July, 
and 

In the I ity ol s.e'aTento. ^^nlmenc,^^• on 
Ihesecn.l Monday of NovemlH-rol each year 

Ihe I j.lees tioMihi; sin'h lertii ..f eonrt ^hall 
rfi-r-irr ti" extra <.*tmpeiiaation Iberylor. but 
ahall r»M-.lve their actual etpei sva. tola' 
pal'l out .il the uen.-ral fund ol Ihe -tale Irear- 
ur> The Ix'aialaiU'e sha.l en cl all lawa 
neeeaaarv tr» i.reanire anrh toori. to provide 
the prcav.lure thereof aoit to rarry out the 
provlvl.tna .►! it.l' »eel|on 

Amendment Number Foar. 

Heinx AMcinhlj ' .usiicitiou^l Araendiueni 
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iip.)n the speaker of Ihe Aaaembly. unt'lihe 
ntlice o* ..ovvrnor ?hall Ik? hll.-.l a' s:i. !. .ieli- 
eral elecrlon 

Amendment Number Six 

(Being vasembly Constitutional Amendment 
No IS ) 

A resolnllon to pr"p..se lo the peoib- of Ihe 
Slate oil iiliforniaan amendment tosectlon six. 
anil le lime of the ' onMitu.ion of the siate of 
talifoniia relalllit! lo uraminnr schools by 
which i IS tiroposeJ HI amen. 1 said s<<-tlru to 
rea.l as f.ill.iws 

seciKtii ft 1 lie public school system shall in- 
liude primary and uraminar i<-ho. Is. an.l a-ich 
hiah si-h...ils. .■^eniiiir scho.i a iniim.ll «. ho..!.", 
ali.l le.'bnical school* MS .. a) be e«labll^hed by 
the l.eirisaiiire or by mtiiilc pa' or district 
aiuho'lly bin ih"eiitlfe ie\enue 'eriv.'d ii.im 
the .--IHle fch.iol land. hihI the stale m-I:.".! tax. 
shall l» applied excl'Klvely lo the s.ip(K>rt ..t 
iriinarv *.n.l grammar 8eho..ls ".rnrnmar 
schools'shall iio'lude ►ch.mls ..rmni/.'.l .n a 
s-li..ol dnir cl, or unL.n ol s.-h. ol districts, 
havini; more that. ..lie tliousai.d iiilai litii.l». In 
v\ I. h a c.iurae of sliidv shall be iHiiiiht which 
win prepare piipllat.i enter the aurl u tural, 
mlnii..r..>rBi|.iiiilic department ol the I'ul- 
veraity .il I'a llornlH. 

Amendment Number Seven. 

(Heiue Assembh Consttiutlonal Amendment 
No ;«) 

A reaolntlon to propose t.i the people .if the 
Sl-te of calti.iriila an amen'-meni l.i section 
twoof article l.iir ..I the " .1 Blllull.li. in rela 
tlou t.iseaxlo H..f ih" LenUlature, by whuh It 
la propoaed to amend aa.d aection lo read »a 
follow.: 

Section 2 The sessions .if the U»;i«laiure 
shall c.iminet.ce at twelve oelock mernllan on 
iheiirn Monday after ihe limt day .i January 
next «u ecedmi! the election ol t's inenil»'rs. 
and sh«ll bei.ieiiiilal uniB« the ...•vern.ir shall 
in Ihe Int. rim convene th.. I eai^lMl.lre by pr.vc- 
lamsllon ihe l.eitlslalure shall then reman 
III Session f.ir twenty live day.., arer which it 
mu'l a.ljourii to s.i.iiedate n.d leailhun ihirly 
n r more ban nx'y daja lr..m the time of ad 
j.iurnmenl II the iwo h. ii«e« lall lo airrce 
iljH.li a lime at which thev will resume th-lr 
Bvsaion. the .oivernot shall, by p'oc alnatlon, 
nx a dale lor such tecnvenini;. which si. ail be 
vlihln llie limits ali.ive pre»> ril»d t'p. n re 
aaa inbliiia. th ■■ Ij'fi-lai.i e shall complete I'a 
ataslon No pav shall be alloWe l lo no lnl«r« 
lor a holier period Ihan seven'v hve d yt. and 
ll.i bill a all le introduced ii eilher h..ii»e ex- 

i-ept -t the tlrsi twemy hv I'sys.l thesessi 

wc.iio.t the cnsent of three-fourtlis ol Ihe 
membert tliere*il. 

NOW. THKUKKOKK. riiraiianl to the pro\l 
slona of the I onatltuiion. and an act ol the 
I^K'slaiure <| til- -tale ol i aliornla euillle<l 
' .All at t lo piovi'le for the suiimlsaiou i f pro- 
posed ameiidmenis to the < omsiUuiiou ol ihe 
:»tateo|call|..riila. to ih.miallll'd elect. ira lor 
the r aip'oval. • apptoVe'l *larih T. A 1' 1"S. 
the at»..%e .ies.-.ii.e.i pro;.o«e.i amen.ltneuis are 
he.el.% pulol>he<l and advert •. d lo le Mill d 
up .u. bv billot, by Ihe .(la lined el»> lora ul Ih* 
Sla'e. at Ihe riei th>a l« Iw held Ihtouaboal 
this lilateon 

Tiicsdny. Xo>cnil>cr V A. 0. i^'iV 

Iheaaid t.i..i> ael amei.lmeotaareiobe aep- 
aiaiely v.. led u|x n in maiineraiid Itrm aa ful- 
Iowa: 

^*.hi«: ■ .r ' ' f :. h <;rrtl'n .lusi con 
tain »rli -- ' there^Mi Ihe follow nr 

voina tsi,- %oier in*y ex^r^■s• hit 

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.ncome aU'l r ■■•'tia.- "I "I > * -• - •- tii^i- ytrtr .r 
vear«: /"•'((■('■'(. Ibat uny mul all cmrai lor 
lUrtklii--. repmrluii. aliertuK. <"' '"r any wurlt 
duue up'ii T for any m«tisri«l ni-nl»i.ea I r 
finy Birwt, Une.a ley.c urt. i.Uc-.v.r siOf-wftlk, 
or for the i.onstrufU.ui iH wny iH-w.-r or mrter* 
tn BHid rity an-i *oviuiy are henby txt'*-i.U'a 
from ihe provl-ioiiaoi uii- ^ ftum an-l in dt^- 
^ermtumn auv claim itennitti-d i.> he pMiJ by 
ihiiaei-ti.Hi. tioRialuie if limitatl'>M« utmll aj.- 
uly Iti Buy maimer; an-t p-'urifi. * ,"*'l'if >•. ih-l 
lluMitye VKilejo.in :"...laui. ' t-uuiy. may pay 
Itsexlmlnu' luUb'.-iiHts unu-r-.l iti the «-..ii 
r:rti**U'«n oi it* WHifr«i>rk«. w hf lu'wr iwi'- 
(hinls.'i llK*eI"''tor» tlier»u! vuimi; at Hit elf' 
'Ion hell for that jtu-p-'Ne. »liall *» 'l.-.-i<lf. 
Any in.iel.tfiluesfcor liablii'y liuurrnl t«Milrary 
(• this provision, with the ex- ei»ll*»u her»fiiiti«;- 
lore rfcittd. ehatl t>;- vnPl 

AmendmcQt Number Two. 

tUelu^' Souatv I'oniliimloual Xtueuimeut No 
10 

A ri-solu'ioM proposing to the re"p'.e of Oie 
state n( CrthfariiiH an miikmi liiit-:!^ toine'Vin- 
-tltutU'ii o( th'.- State, by a^Mif u a new seetion. 
to l>e kiiO*n an4 rte«;i;:»ate»t t-s seeiiuu seven 
inloiie hail, arllele eirwn tiiereur. ^mvilin^ 
tor the iraialny hy the itihat^itMiils I'f luiiu 
ties, of UK'ttl eoiiiity k'l'Veruiuetil ael** fi>r tiieir 
own HDvernmenl The aald propi>9e(l uew iev- 
lloQ lit read as follows 

Section :'i Tlie iiilirtMrBi.l" of any rfuity 
m^y frame » eouiity tf'jvenimeiit act tor their 
own e.ive-inueiit. relatiiiif i*> »M-» mHitera here- 
lUHfter speeitie-I, aud c-msisi.-iit wUh. •in.l 
aubjeet to. the f.nistHnlloii ami laws of thii 
Staie, bv causiii>r n Lioar'I nt liileeu Ireeh.dders. 
who have beeu. for at letst tive years .I'lalitied 
electors of «mh cnuiiiy, to be »-lei-teil by the 
iualiliel elt'ctora of -.ticli cinmty. at anv jreii 
erai or spe^'la! ele -'ion. who»e duty it shall be 
within ninety days after such elr;Hoii, w pre 
pare and propase a ' ounly iio^ernmeiit act ii>r 
such C-Hiiitv, wh'ch sNall i^ sieiied in dupli- 
cate by the mein(^r«oi Buch b,mrd.(>ra mtjor 
ity of them, aud relumed, one copy thereof to 
the IKiHr.1 of sap'TVi->rs or other le«ci*lftt:v'' 
body of giu'h county, anil the other copy to ue 
sent to the re order of deeds of tlie lonuty. 
Such proposed co'intv iroveriuoent act shall 
then be puiilished in two papers of ueneral cir- 
culation in siich county, or if there be not tw(» 
such papers*, then in one only, for at ie«*t 
twenty 'lays, and wilrijn not 1.9*1 ihaniiiiriy 
davs after sui'h pub Icaiiun it shall Ke auiimit 
ted lo the -iushtied electors of such cunty, at 
a general or si'ei'ial eleetlon. aul if a majority 
ofsach qualilied electors votlu,; Iher- on itball 
raiitv the same, it ahaP thereafter be fubruitte<l 
to the l^Klslat rr for its reje-itui or app oval, 
as a ivhole, without power of alteration or 
amendment, and If approved Ity a majority of 
the m»:mbcr» e.ected to each liouse. it slm'l l»e 
the t (iinty gitV'-rnment a-t of *ui h eouiity. 
aud shall In ku 'h case b<>comc the orcanic law 
thereof and supersede any HXis^lnj couity r >v- 
eminent act, an 1 all amend nienis thereof, and 
all special la^rs luconslsteut with such county 
(rjvernment act. 

A copy of surh county uovernraeni act, certi- 
fied by th ' Pr*-Hident of the »....r't of -^-ip -n isora 
or other Ui.';»>lative U>dy .if such cviuty, aud 
auin''nli'-.*itd by the a al of su. h c-untv. wi 
tins forth the submission of sucn eouuiy kov 
erumenl act toihe electors, and its raiir.cnllon 
by taem.stisll be ma<le in duplb ale and nepi»s- 
iled.one in iheofBi-eof the s..eret«ry of -italc. 
the other, a'ter f^ein^ rf-ci>rt|<Ml in the ofTi'col 
the recorder <d deeds in the county, amon^ the 
arcbires of the county. 

All courts shall take JuflK-ial notic- thereof 
The county jovernnifn: act so ratified may be 
amended, ai intervals of not less than two 

fears, by proposals therefor, submitted by the 
etiislative H.ithority of the county, to the 
qualitle-l electors thereof, .it a kretn-riil or 
spo'ial election held at least forty diyt aft r 
the puhllratiou o( tmh proposals for twenty 
days In a newspaper of .:fnernl circulatl m In 
sui-h I'ouiity.and ratified by at lea*t th ee I.fths 
of ibe quattfied electors v-tin^ th''r.»'n. ftiid 
approvetl liy th • I.eitl*' — - - - r vidcd 

1 T the approvs*. of Ih"* i act 

In siibmlt'irt: a'ly » : ment 

act any a1Ierna:lv«ar:.. .v ■•■- ,. ■•y.-y... a mav 
be prvceoted for the choice of the votrrt, AOQ 



A re»nlut!on propusfurlo the people of th.* 
HiHle of ralifornia an ameiiilmenl loiln-*on- 
stiiutf n of the Mate, t.y ad Iuik a new aertloii, 
to l>e ktinwii and deslirnaled as mh-iIoh tire and 
one hjlf art <Ie six. inereby providini; for the 
orffMtilz-tt'on of a court !■> i»e krou u «§ Un.. 
<'ourt of < laims The haid proposed new se*- 
lion to read as follows 

S«iilui) V. Thei'oU'-l of ( la nis slinll con 
KiSi of any three Judift'S of the Sup-rior 1 ourt. 
tt r,o may U' re'tue«te<1 by the tiovernor t<» bohl 
court Hi ih»- rt-uular terms there'if. The ('..i^rt 
of t'laims nh'tlJ tiave exclusive juiis^ ii-ilon t ■ 
hear and >)eierinliie all claims of eve'y kl- d 
Hiid I'hara* ter ekcainst »he State, under such 
laws as may br ; a«se.| t<y the l.etfislatnre, and 
its judifracnt thereon sfiall be final. The terms 
ol the I'o irt o| t'lfiiras (•hall tte held f s follows 

in the I ity of 1 os An^eies, c- nimendnKoii 
the second .Mnndnyof .Man li 

In ihet'ity and County of San f>ranciS"o. 
commencing on the second Monday in July, 
and 

In (he iHy of SacraTento. commeiic.nu on 
theaec4»nd .Monday of NovemN*r of em-h year 

The ,)udk;es tioldiiii; pueh term '»f ctuirt s-hall 
receive 110 extra compensation tlierelor. but 
shall receive their ai-tusl e«pei sea. to t^ 
paid out .if the general fund of the >ta;e treas- 
ury. The l^ectsiaiure shail ■•11 ct all laws 
lu'ceasarj 10 orirnniZf such tourt. lo provt<l.* 
the proce.lnre thereof and to tarry .lUt the 
provfiiloiis of I 'i- ~.-. timi 

Amendment Number Four. 

Meing .\flsembly i oustitutionsl Amendment 
No :*7.i 

\ resolution to p'opope to the peopletifihe 
.-tate of v'aliforni an ameii'^ment lu th'' ('on 
atitution of thf ■'late, ameiuliiii; ante t elevt-n, 
iiy inMiriu- a new st-.-tion thcreio. to l>e known 
f scciion Lunil>er tive and one-half. relatiiiK lo 
( on^olldated city and county govern met >ta 
The ).«id proposed new section to read as (.d- 

K»W8 

Sections',. The provisions of section four 
aud live of This article shall not. norvhailany 
leei'lal<tn pas'ed pursuant tlie cto. a* ply to 
any - onsolidated city and C'Uiniy t-overtimeni, 
now exis!i"K or ^lere«ller farmed, w lilcb shall 
have become, or sbsl) l»ecome, organi/'d tind.>r 
section seven, or secure a charti'r utiiJer section 
eight of Ibis ar- ice 

Amendment Number Five. 

(Hein? .^ssem'ily Co'istituiioDal Amend ment 
No. .i«i ) 

A rctc- ulion to pr.ipose to the people of the 
Sta'e of t'^hf >rnia, an ameiidni--nl o* Be"ttou 
fifteen aud section sixteen ol article live of the 
t'.''istUiUion of thf Ptate of (iillf >rnia. by 
which IT is prop<jscd to amend ••aid sections to 
read as follows 

■ie'-tion Vi. A Lieulenant-iiovemor shall f.e 
electe<1 at tlie same time and place and in tlie 
same manner as th» ^lovenior. and his term of 
oCie'-Hnl h> qnailHc-Htlons Btinll tetheai>me 
Ho shall !h- presMeiil of the -euate. but ^fiaU 
only have a casltng vote Ihernin. 

Section Id. In case of th** impeachment of 
the tiovernor. or his removal fnoti oftice. death. 
Inabi.ity to lAiSiharire the powers an<l duties 
of h'soth'-e, resltnatlon. or absence from the 
Hiatf, the powers and duties of ti.e olhee shall 
devolve upon the Lieutenant <.over- 
Dor for the residue of the term, 
or until the flisitt.lllt - shall ceaae. And 
should the I.leutenant-'ioveri.or tn. lui|*eflrhcd, 
displaced, resign, die. or liecorae )n<-apsb!e of 
performink: the duties of his ortlce. or l-^ at>aent 
from the -late, the presi-ient pro tem|>i>reof 
the >enaie Btjsll act as (Governor until the 
vacancy tn the ottiee d ttovermr sfiall t^ (ille<I 
at the next general rleclion when n.emU'rsof 
thel^rialature stiall i>e chosen, or until «tich 
diS'btUty of the l.lcuteiinnt < -"vernor shall 
( t-ase Incase of n vacancy In th«*ornerof 
iioxeriior for any of th" reasons ab"\e named, 
and 'leith'T the Iic'iienant 'iovernor nor the 
pre^ld•'TlT pro teTiUHtte of ihe *• t a^e rball sue- 
c*'ed to theiM'Wera and duties of Governor, then 
the>owert aud duties ofsuch office aball devolve 



the :ir>i Muu.U> uKef the ...*■; Uay ■! JatiUary 
next Hti ceeding ihe election of I's memijers, 
aud shtll tje riiei.nml uu t b« the .overnor shall 
m (lie iiiivrim » oiiveiie t hn Legl^Utur** by proc- 
lamation the 1 ekMstature Shalt then reman, 
in s>.-asloii f.ir iwftiiy five ■layi', af^er which it 
mu»t mljour.i to *.Mne date not leas than iturty 
U' r mf>re han sixty da>B tr<>m the t:Tii.> of ad 
joiirninent If tfi** iwo houses fail 'o ak'rt* 
upon a ilmt- at which they v%ill retnme ih-lr 
aesaion. trie 'lovcrhor shall. t<y proe omation. 
tlx a ilHie for aui-h reeonveuinK- vvhi* ti »1,ni1 l^i- 
»iittiu tlie limits at*..ve prewrib'd ' p. n re- 
aaa mbltinr. th- l>'||i>latii'e shall comileif 1*b 
siBslon No pay shal) be ailowel to no mt^er^ 
for a lor.ger perii>il than seveii'y live '1 ys. and 
no bill s all t e intro'luc*-.! ii: either h.-use ex- 
i-ept -I the first twenty liv I'pyfl of the Setidoii, 
wuhnit the consent of ihreedourths of the 
roembera thereof. 

NO'A. THEKKKOKK. Furswani to the provi 
hioiiB of the I onsiiiution. and an act uf the 
I^i::slHiure oi tti>' :^tate .if «ul'lornla. ein tiled 
• .\n att to provide lor the submission < f pro- 
pnvcfd amendment» to the (unsiltutiou of the 
-■'late id I aliforiiia. lo the quaiiHed electors lor 
the r ai pmvil, ' iipprove«l .Oan h 7. A 1> 1k^3. 
the ab..ve <le«ciitie<l proposeil an.endments are 
heietiy pnb:Ishe<l and advt-rt st-il to ir 'olid 
up tu, bv h.tllul. by ilie -t'laltritd ele' tors of ttie 
Stale, at Ihe election lo be he!d throuithoiit 
this atnic on 

Tuesday. Xoveinlicr ^. X. I). iS(*s. 

'ihe Bai(1 prop seil HmeiMlmeiita are lo l>e seji- 
aiately voted upon in manner and form as fol- 
lows: 

Kaih hullot used at such tiection Jjust con 
lain u ritieu or priMed thereon the follow ng 
woiOB. wheieupoii the voter may expre^a his 
choice as provuled by law: 
.\mendmenl Nnintier t)ne. beii.;-' Senate ' 
I on»tltuiu»i!Ml .Vmendinent N.i. *l, 
(ezemptinK certain <-iaim8 h alnst the Ves 
city and eounty of >un h ranciso. and 
the existiiiiT Iiolt-btHdiess or the *. Hy 

of VaUejo (or the construction ol 11b< 

water works from the provisiotia of ; 
the t\fnstiiution ri qairingsiich clnims > 
tu be paid Ir.Mii the iiuoine and reve- 
nues of the year in whiili they were 
incurred ) ' No 

For the Amendment" 
Amendment Numt-er Two, being senate 
( nusiuuiionul .^mendni'nt No 10. | Yea 

Ip-oviding lor framiuR local <ouuty i — 

govHrnment ai-is. by inhabuaniB of" No 
louuiies for tn ir government.} 1 

for >he AinelidmelJl ■ i 

Amendment NumterThr?e. being J*en- ' 
Kie ( onstiiiuional A men 'ment So 1 
41 O'rovidiiig for the creation <f a| 
fourf of i'iainis in rlMtfrmiiie ilMima 1 Yea 
against the Mate, and to consist f.f< — ^— 
three superior ftidges desimated by . No 
tfie tiovernor to serve without extra 
compensation I 

For the vmentlment ' { 

Amendment Nnml>er Four, l»einr As- f 
aeinbty Constitutional Amendment ' 
No 37 (Extmptiug '•ons.ilidated cities I yea 

and count'ea.orgaiii/ed or to beori;an- , 

ized. or holding a charter un-ler the' ^ 
t on»iItution, irom certain iegfslatlou 1 
in relation to counties ) I 

For the Amendment I 

Amendment Nf.mb»'r l-ive. being As 
sambly Constiintlonal Amenom»nt 
No. 'li iKelaiiM: t<»ottii*€ of ijovernor.i .■ 

provi.liug lor sueces*|on ther»'to in I 

certain ca-e* and removing disal'lllty ^ ^^ 
of I.ieutenant-itoTt rnor from holding 1 
other oOice durlnL* term.) * 

For the Amendnu-nt ' ' 

Amendment Numl-er six. being Aasem- ' 
lly 'unetitutional Amendmeni No 39, 1 Yea 

(relating to and defining (i ram mar ; 

sth.H.is ) i No 

For the Amendment L 

Amenitneni Numt*rfe\en. l-ein,* Aa 
sembly 4'onsttii|tt..naI Amendment 
No 14 providing lor adj* urnment id 1 Yea 

(.ectatature for not le«a than Ihlrtj ' 

nor moff than Sixty days during eavh 1 No 

aeaslou ) 

For the •mendioent ' 



iritHest mif hand and the Great Seal of the State of California, the day and 



ijear herein first above rvritten. 



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Sacramento, April 22, 1898. 



LEVI RACKLIFPTB, State Treasurer of the State of California, dJtd at 
Sacr«un«nto April 2l8t, 1898, and It becomes my mournful duty to «nnoanet 
that fact to the people. 

In memory of the deceased, and as a mark of respect to a faithful 
official. It Is 

ORDERED, that the flag be dlaplayed at h&lf-aaat upon th« Capitol 
and all State buildings until after ha has been burlad, and that th^ 
saveral State offices in Sacramento be closed, SATORDAY, APRIL tZi, A.t>, 
1898. 

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Election Pntclainaiioii. 



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Also, one .l.ic.i,;i; n! liiu .-Suui-Tioi' 
Court ill and fm- the r'ounty of Klnss, 
'■ f tin- une.xpir- ' • — (.f .Tustin 

I 'ob*. dfceaM"! nuiir.v. IKnl. 

Also. tWcIltV 1: 'i;.- -;• l,:i'.-. 

ii'-uiir oui' Si!ii;i!iii- from 
fiillimiiiir Si'tiatoi-iiil l>i«t 
-- coikI. Kciurtli. Sixtl). I.i;;!i'!i. 
nth. Twi-lftli. r'ourtivntli, Six- 

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Amendment Number One 



inff Sfnuiv* 



I onsrUuti.»i 



AmenJin, 



A rcsoltithm tf< i»roj^>i^ to the people oJ thu 
-ute of i"Klifi*rr.i'i, «ii HintMi'lmt'Dt u> ■ecUou 
• U'hieen ^ nrClci^ i-U-vcn of thi* ('ous*ltu- 
tii'ii. ill rtwii'Hi to revt-nuf biuI UxAtion, 
; y w hi(*i li i!s nr"iM"».-.l tu amend *(il<l Sfviion 

-et'ii.'n !•>. No i-ounty. city. tovn. toniiship, 

>tr<l vf t-<lii("iK'iu.or btIj-mW dliirli't nhall in- 

.; tiuy ln«l<»Me.liiewor iirtMltty tn Hiiy innunvr 

tor any pvuiH»se exct-eOlnir in nny 

<ir t!n? inrume auI revcuui' }»i"ivl(!(*d 

It for Biuh ye«'. without tJi'* 

-♦•nt nf two-thirls itf the •|uaUilt>d 

Tors •'; -. -.f v.ruie ht *n .-'i , !i,.n • . !, ■ i . :.\ 






Anetidment Number Tw-^ 



Ifiifiuuve adthority of th.- i-.uintv !.. v.if 
'i'itih-.vA t-Iei'iors ihereoi. at a k-erurt.; .r 
»:tvui .,':e.-ri<.n held di lfB»l lurty .Uvs n:?. r 
Uif [ut.iutttiou ui eurii pritfHfSHis i..r' • .. ;• .■ 
'iajB iti a newspaper of general i:-. 
»iK-h couiiiy.aml ratiTle*] by nl Uh" 
"f the qualiMMd eli'ctorg vulni^r : 
^: IT -^.-li |.y Ui- I.eicislHUiretts litrCti;. ;..-;■.;: 1 
' M\f -ij-provai of Hiei'ounly KoVfnimeMl .ux 

j-UMjiinipn any m.-h eouuiv ^-'YV' -. t- 
B-i any »litT»it:iv«articlfor pro'^i -. 
I"- pr--»f nH'fl (or Uie uhou-e ui itji. 
ii.aji («? vi.ted uusvi-arattly wUh-, 
l»M»iher».- 

It *hHii UMompfteui iu kJI couiuy govern 
metpi ai'l9 framvO under ttie authority fcn>ii l-y 
tin* *iiiou. to provide for tht inmuifT in 
wtilrli. The tllileSnt whK-h, aud the terms • r 
Hiilrh lhe»ever;ilt wn-htpaii'i OMunty --rti'. i'* 
(Xhertrtan Jud^- c nl thv Supfrt->r • o.iri. sh...; 
t-f -itMted or appointt'd for tht-tr t.-omp*?iisa 
'I'.ij . for ilie miral^T of BUeti uiliivts, for l^«- 
rouBoll.iMllon ur Beitreurttluii ..f .utu-e* for llit 
uiiJii'ierof i::epinits that eaoii ortirt-r snail In. vr. 
aii'I lor ihe rMint^tiSMiini payai'.e to e^ h id 
Bti h deputies, lor ihf tnHtiti«r hi which, rtie 
time«in wiiteli. aii<Mh« iirrns. for which ii.e 
lueinl^T* ol a!l ooHrdi of eU-cli-'U <:.iil\ l.^ 
i-Iei'ted or appdluud: and lor the con«titu!}>ti, 
reifiiiai ua,eu'up«*ii£:iilon.a!(d uov^riiineni of 
siKii l>oardf.«»d of tn^-iri-lerku an.! aunchen, 
ilso. to pre».ribe the maiiner ana iiieihod l.y 
* )iu 11 R.l vU c'llons hy tlie jfUpK- ^\.nU l-e n-ii- 

>-t«*d . and may iv uddltl'-n lU'terunne iho 



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irttMsni i-o: ditioii*' ii,"'ii whi U 
hiiial t'sriieaaud orv'duuaiious 
jat<* lu any {riioary t lection, 

\Vh. never uny e-mntv hHn. In th** rmn'M-r nti-1 
m»;h.id herein poniie ' *>ui.a lo^if; , 
^•'ve'imuni art. and the same 8ha: 
at.pT' ved h>- the I.t-t;it«I*it re »« >•■ 
dire<'ti>»nft o( wefuois four and 
ar-Kl- pr -Vidir;; lor the uui: 
'<y«t[ctn fd rouiiiv L'overnmeitta ih ■ > 
Mrfte. Bltd 1 .— * w.. ;,r ,. , ■., . ', ^ 
and ap(<> r 
H--n fir 
Said n o;:, ^ 
ih' niaTti-rii ;..'fiLai-' 
*lttr»-d t>y «u< h eoiimy - 
► u'.jeci u> nuf law < r ■ 

It- 1 •".i-lHiiire. exfepL Ly ana :i'ti:n.:.i :*:*" 
» ■■ i I" the eltfCtfrs and ratified iti Ihe 

• . . ■:]. : ■i.-r--iri«'niVe 8-i 1 •Tlh. 

Amendment Number Three. 

r. inc -M-UHie Co:mUutloiul Aiueiidmeul No. 

H.> 

A re«itliJt'on priipo>1nrl" 'he (H-ople of ihp 

?tatf o( ^ ajifi.rnirt an anifiidtntid t"t:i'-'"n- 
Mlt'iiI'D of tlje .-(lite. !.y addii « a Dew t.v« t;..!i, 
;,. - ii- ,,\vii and d.-»uu«ted ii5 sci* : !t ■ •■ •■ I ; 
Mrt*ile mx. tht-rehy pr..\ 
-.n.d A Court to [-- K 
rttma The faid ^roi' • , 

! aa 'o |.»v,s 

-r do:. .'.', Ihe'Viurl of t'U'nia iihalt ^»ti 
PI*: -t an> :.. r.'- .' u.V'- • "' ' • ■• -.: i-ri -r ' " ■ '■', 
u r.o iiM' - ■ ■ : 

• o'lr! at 

• d ( Uim- - 

h»Bf and dt r- riiils.e ■■■'.. ' '•* 

u:.d rhara< ler at:ah.»t the - 

I:w^ >oi may b" a^e-l t'V i- 

l.i ,-o!i;:;if.*l tijer*H)ii »ha'.! I- ■• M, i . ' ■ - 

ot the 1 .'jri ol I'lhlinii >fuill »* held t-* !^^Ai>^.^>. 

rtl ♦!.*. .'ry ..f I (•• Alii:- IM. OOlllini-UeilU oil 

th» ■ '-'«y of .MartJi ; 

1 ( oun'v »d ^nn iTuncitri-, 
lo ^ the aeeoiid MoudAv lu July. 

and 



In the rity of Snrraroentrt, fommencr ;: on 
theaecond Monday oi Novemb*-rof earh year. 

'Ihe Judges Uo:dlni; sueh term of court shall 
receive no extra oomperisation therefor, but 
ftlinll receive their ai-tual expeiisea. to I* 
paid out of the fren«.-ral fund of tl<e ^tate tr*'a*- 
ury. The Leirlslrtture shall '-wet all l^wi 
n?cei8rtry to ureamze niu h rouit. to prnridi 
the procetlure thereof, and to tarry out the 
provifiioUB of tliif: -t-ctiou, 

Amendment Number Four. 

BeitiK AsAeiDbly Ci>ualliuitonat AmeodmeQt 
No ;a., 

\ restdutioa to propot^e lo the people uf ttiv 
stare of v'Mliforul an uraeu<3meiit to th** l on- 
stftutUiii of the State, amending artle'eelevtru. 
by ad'linu a new a^i-tioii thi-reio, to U* known 
aa hcciiou itUinUir hve and one-hali. relatioie to 
cun»ol (dated city and <-ouuty ifoveromeuts. 
Tbet»aid proposed new »e tion to read aa fol- 
lows 



.Sct'riou&>^ Ihe provifions of aectiou lour > Heiu^ Asaeaihiy 
nd live of iliig ariir ' ■ •■ 



tide ffhati not, n«>r shall auj 
leifixlaliou piis-ed pur^u<lut the elo, avply to 
any '•oiisolidaieJ city and i*.>uti'y LruVfrnmeDt, 
now ex:$auK or he^e^•Iter formed , wl.icli ebail 
li.iveU'"ome. "r ahail becoiiie, or^atiizi-d ubder 
■eetloa seven, or Brcure a cliftr'.'_'r under t.ectiun 
eight ot thl8ar"u':e. 

Amendment Number Five. 

(Iteinp Aise-uoiy CoMatltuilonal Amendment 
-No. ;>i.) 
\ fciH iution to propose to the peuple ofihe 
ritui" •' i MliforniH. an Huienauiciit of Be*-iiuu 
tilieeu >u.': ateiion i>ixiee-i of uitlele liveol the 
I'oTiwtitu 1 >-,• .: tn*- Mate of (. itlif <rnia, t>y 
whiea it i» prciMis-.d to ametid >aid sectioua lo 
read aa foliow*: 

>-:-*-tion li- A i.ieutetuftt-iiovernor «hall (il- 
elected at ttie hh:ih; lime and (U'-e uud in tiie 
»Hiue luuutier tts th»itover!ior, and his term of 
oltlee and hu t4U:t<itkalious Bhall tetheaaiire 
Keshan U' pre<-i lent of the -eiiute, but t>tia;i 
only have a caaliiiLr vote therein. 

Section 10. In oaa.' of the iropfaehment of 
the >o»vernor.or hia retnovel from otlice, death, 
tuHOiilty to 4iai.fiarire the powert^ and duties 
of his odlci^, resi rnation, or tibseuce Irom tlie 
ftai»-, the power* and duties of tl<e oih-e i*hi.'l 
devolve up'>n the Lieitenant »-over- 
uor lor tue residue ol tin- itfin, 
or until the dit^ubiat^ shall cenSe. And 
► houtd the i it uteoaul-'iovernor U.- luipe>odj .d, 
displaced, reaiifo. di^-.or become »ncapBbu*of 
perEormiUk: the dutienof htn ulhee, or I r aiiaent 
from Uie .^tale, the pitsioiiit pro Ieul|Kire uf 
the St'uate sht.H act tis <i.ivert.or ui HI ihe 
vacariiy in the office of <ioveruor shall U* tille«l 
at the next i^enerat < teeuon w hei« n.eml>ersi>f 
the i-Kislature shah btf eh ►Sen. or until (iuiq 
<iia biliiy of the t.icut»>iiHat 'o'Vcriior ^hill 
cease Incase id a vacancy in the orTii-.- of 
iiuvernor for any of the rens-tni aU-vv naned. 
and nerbrr inv iifuienrtni 'lovt^rnor nor.he 
p eMdriii pro tetti{>ote t f ttie r- :iaie ^hall sue- 
e-ed to ll(ep<*wers «nd duties of iiu\ertior, then 
the i-oweisau*! diilicfiofsutdi ottl'>eiili>illdevt>lvc 
Up'i:: the speaker ol the AaseuuiJy. unt Ittie 
oiTin' of ••over nor frhall l<v (;lUd at sui h jcvn- 
t-nil election 

Amendment Number Six. 

(Being Assembly Coustituituual Anivudmeut 
No ;») 
A resolution lo pr-<po»e to tht' poo) I' ul tht 



S:atL* (di •ihiorniaan amend meni to section six, 
article nine of the ( onsiituiion of the alate of 
('aiif(.>rnia. relating to KramtuHr schools by 
whif^h it js proposed to amend said section to 
read as follow*. 

■^eciion 6. The ijublic school syieni Bball In- 
.ludt- primary and grammar schooN. and such 
iiU'h Brhoi)ls. t-veiiuitJ 8'-ho4»l8. normal schools. 
»;nd tecJiUical sihoolt, as may be establ;idit-d by 
!ne l.eKlBlaiure jr by muutefpai or district 
"Uthoriiy, but Ih" entire revenue derived from 
■;.e .-=tatc school fund, mid the slate feciiuol t«x, 
(tiiall be applied exclusively to the 8tipjH)rt of 
(rimary and iframmar schools. ''rammHr 
sctio«d!t shall include schools or^nnizt-d m a 
s- h.M.I distr'ct. ur union of seh- oi districts, 
haviUK' more than one thousand luhaldtunts, in 
^v• leh a course of study -Shall ix^ tauk'ht wbieh 
will prepare pupils to enter the 'i^ri'Uif.iral, 
minib». «irscieiititic department oi the Uni- 
versity of (.'a ifornia. 

Amendment Number Seven. 



on St *u(i«.intil Auo-ndment 
No. ;i ) 

A resolution to propose to ilie people of tlie 
•^tPle of (altiornla an amendment to E>eetioii 

two uf article four of [h*« <'oi stitutii.n. in rela- 
tion to session s of the Lvnislttiure. by which ic 
IS proposed lo amtud said section to read as 
follows: 

Section 2 The sessions -d the f-egislsiure 
shall commence at twolve o'clock meridian on 
the liri-t Monday after tne lirst day -d .lanuarv 
next su'ceediim the eleeti<tu of iis mtrml^rs, 
find stiall be bieniiiHl unless the -lovernnr shall 
in the interim convunt* the ix>»!l»lature l.y proc- 
lamation 'Ilic i.etzifilature shall then remain 
tn session for twenty five days, after w Idcli it 
must adjourn lo Sfjme date not less than thirtv 
nor more than sixty days from the Dnie of ad- 
journment 1! th»' t«o fiouses fail to Bj;rc" 
ipon a itiiiea' which ihey will resume th< tr 
sieK^ion, t:ie (lovernor shall, by proebtmatloii, 
:\x a date for such rtcon\enin(c. which shall be 
^vithln tiie limits at»ove prescri[*'d, Tpon re- 
Hssenibliii-'. the l.t .-.sUiure simll conipi.-te 
itasssslon N.t pay shall t<e allowed to memi-ers 
lor a luntct-r perlol than seventyli>e da\'*, and 
II blil Shall If fntr. dnctd In cither houwr. *• x 
tpt at the hrst tw» nty hve days of thesessiod. 
witlioat the constni of three-fourths of tiie 
in«it ben thereof. 

Kach of tne said pr.>pos«-d amendments are 
to be separilely voted upun by i>ai:ot In man- 
ner and f<irm as to.loui 

Kach ('allot used at such election jiust -on 
tain wiiiifu or printed thereon the fol]owin«r 
wotas. v*hereup*>ii th*- voter may express Ida 
ehid< r xs pr*>vt''.e<l by law : 

.\inen<lmenl Numf*rOne. btdniiE I'ensle ( 
I'onslituttonal AmeTidmt'ni No. 41. 
(exemt'ilnK (rrt^m rialms siBlnst the { Wa 
elty and county of Sau ^ rancisco. and I 
theexiftint! indebtedness ot the ( Iiy i 

»d Vullejo for Ihe comtiruction ol its; • 

water worlis from th** provisions of' 
tbet'orstitutlon re<)Qirinif siieh eluims I 
to be paid from the income and rcre- 1 
nnesof iheyear in which they were' 
incurretl ) I So 

For the Amendment' { 

Aineiidinent Numlvr Two. tM-inir senate , 
Consiiiittki.nal Amendm ut No 10. I Yes 

Ip'ovidinv for framiHK local *ouniv, 

rnvfrninent a< is. ty inhat-liants of No 
<x»unties for (h- ir i:uvvrnm«ot ) , 

for .he AmfndDu-nt [ 



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FPECIAT. tCliECTIOr PROCLA lAxIO!-:. 

PTA.TE OP CALIFORNIA, 

Executive Department. 
WHEREAS, a vacancy has occurred In the Senate of the State of 
California ty the death of Hon. John Fo~=-s, Senator froT. the Eighth 
Senatorial Elstrict of the State o:^. Cal ifornia; 

NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with the law thereunto directing 
me, I hereby proclaim and .^ive notice that a Special Election will be 
held throughout the Eighth Senatorir.l District of the State of Cali- 
fornia, or^__2l^Ljjy?.Jjiai^__^_^./.f4ss^-..h.~^.-.-h- "• 1899» 
at which Ppecial Election the rollowing officer will >^e elected, tc-v.-it: 

Ore Senator from the Eighth Senatorial District of the Ptate 
0^ California, to serve for the iinexpirec term of Hon. John rO'rqs, 
deceased. 

And I do ^'jrther o^fer a reward of Ore '-'undred Dollars for the 
arrest and corvictlon of any and every person violating any of the pro- 
visions o*" '^itle r*, "art I, of the ^enal Code: such re-.vard to he paid 
•--til the total amount herea*'ter expended for the purpose reaches the 

sum of "en Thousand Dollars. 

I'" TESTIMONY TT'ERoOF, I have ^ereunto set 

my hard, and caused the areat 
Seal of the State to be affixed, 
at the City of Sacramento, this 

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February, A. D. 1699. 

aovernor of the State of C^il if om.la. 
Attest: ^^ /^ -^ 

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EXECUTIVE DEPARTIEIST, 

STATE OF CAIjIFOKIIIA, 
Sacramento, A! ril 19, 1899. 



On May £ 



irst, A. D. 1P9F, Admiral Dewey, comir.cir.dinc the 



American fie jt, entered the ray or "av.lla, Philllpi::e Islands, 



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destroy 



conflict to te l":.ned In noder-^, naval history conpletely 



ed f.-.e hostile rra:.ish Fleet-- 



manii'estinG the 



prowess of America upon the seas, 



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patriotic puijlic expressions 



id re set apart lor appropriate and 
our people. 



':0r, T;^F:REFOFJ^, I, IIETTRY T. aAO", aovernor of the State of 
Crliforria, fc" virtue of the aut/iority vested in ne Vy the Con- 



st i^ tion and lav. 



first day o: 



raid State, do hereby proclaim I.!onday, the 
A. D. Ic99, a holiday. 



i:: WJ'^'T'^'^ W.U-:?.: of I have herenr.to set 
Eiy hand and caused the ^reat Seal 
of this State to le hereunto af- 
fixed, this nineteenth day of 
April, A.r. 1699. 



Governor of th 




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iiXECUTIVj; DEPART! T.: IT, 

E':/^. JAJ.IFOKiIIA, 
Sacramento, Ai^ril 10, 1899. 

On May Tirst, A. D. 1B9F, Adnlrul Dewey, Gon!.-.c:.ndi nc the 
Anerican Ple-t, enterPd the r^&.y oi' "a^.iia, Phillipine Islands, 
•ind in a cciu'lict to fce Tuned in modern naval history completely 

destroyed the hostile F.panish Fleet thereby inanirestlng the 

prowess of America upon the set<.s. 

The first cay or "ay, A. D. ir:99, v.-ill le the lirst anni- 
versary oi -.lis cele: rated^-ittsrsi*ft=iii»3i,^' and it arpearlnj;; to the 
>:xecutive that said day should ce set apart Tor appropriate and 
r-atriotic rr.Mic expresKions Ly our people, 

'lOV/, ?:n-TjrpoKjr, i , iiL.:::p.Y ^. gAGv, aovernor or the State of 
C-:.lirornla, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Con- 
st it tion and laws ol" said State, do hereby proclaim I.!onday, the 
lirst day or --ay, A. D. Ic99, a holiday. 



i:: WITL-Esr W.^IYLOT I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Treat Seal 
or this rt^te tc c ereunto af- 
rixed, t:-.is nineteenth da" or 



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PROCLA?.lA?ION. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTfvffiNT, 

STATB OP CALIFORNIA, 

Sacramento, August 19, 1399. 

WHEREAS, The State Veterinarian of the State of California has 
ascertained that cattle located in that certain area of territory situ- 
ated south and west of the quarantine line hereinafter described are 
liable to communicate a contagious and infectious disease known as 
Texas, Splenetic, or Southern Cattle Pever, to cattle located north and 
east of said line should said cattle located south and west be shipped, 
moved, or transported, driven or grazed over the lands situated on the 
north and east of said line; 

AND, WHEREAS, Under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature 
of the State of California, entitled "An Act to protect domestic live 
stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the ap- 
pointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this Act, and to provide an appropriation therefor," In effect llarch 13, 
1899, the State Veterinarian of the State of California, In order to 
prevent the spreading or communicatins of said disease of Texas, Splen- 
etic or Southern Pever, in cattle, has on this 19th day of August, 1899, 
made a quarantine line as follows: Beginning on the pacific Coast, where 
the southern boundary line of Marin County connects with the Pacific 
Ocean; thence easterly and northerly along the southern and eastern 
boundary lines of Marin and Sonoma to the intersection of Sonoma and 

Solano Counties; thence following the western, northern and eastern 
boundary lines of Solano County to the Sacramento River; thence 
northerly alons the eastern bonndiry line of Yolo County to its inter- 
section with the boundary line of Sutter County; thence easterly along 



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the southern botindary lines of Sutter and Placer Counties to the inter- 
section with the western boundary line of El Dorado County; thence 
southerly and easterly along the southern boundary line of El Dorado 
county to the intersection with the western boundary line of Alpine 
county; thence In assoutherly direction along the western boundary Unas 
of Alpine, Mono, and Inyo Counties to the southwestern boundary of Inyo 
county; thence east along the southern boundary of Inyo County to its 
intersection with the eastern boundary line of the State of California; 

AlH) WHEREAS, The State Veterinarian has, on this 19th day of 
August, 1899, made and established the following rules and regulations 
as to the crossing of cattle over the said quarantine line: 

(1.)— That from and after this date no cattle shall be trans- 
ported by rail, shipped, driven, or moved in any manner whatever, from 
said area south and west of said line herein above set out and de- 
scribed to any portion of the State of California, north or east of said 

line. 

(2)--Exception to the above clause Is authorized as follows: 
Any cattle which shall have been aipped, under the supervision 
of an Inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Dept. of Agri- 
culture, in such a solution as may be required by the Honorable Secre- 
tary of Agriculture, and a certificate of such fact given with a bill of 
health from such Inspector, shall be allowed to cross said line, until 

otherwise ordered. 

(3.U-Th"t hereafter it shall be unlawful for any railroad, 
steamboat, or transportation company, its officers or agents, to accept 
for shipment, or to ship or transport, any cattle orlgiOatlng south or 
weat of the above uescribed line, destined to any point In the State of 
California north or east of said line, except in accordance with the 



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regulations concerning cattle transportation as may be Issued by the 
U. S. Department of Agriculture. 

(4.)--rt is further ordered that a violation of any or either 
of the above rules and regulations shall be an offense and punishable 
as is provided by the laws of the State of California; 

AND WHEREAS, I, Henry T. <Jape, as Governor of the State of 
California, have approved and do hereby approve of the said quarantine 
line so made, fixed, and established by said State Veterinarian, and 
have approved and do hereby approve of all of the above rules and regu- 
lations so made and established by said State veterinarian: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Henry T. (lage , as governor of the State of 
California, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, do hereby 
proclaim the above boundary of such quarantine so made, fixed, and es- 
tablished by said State veterinarian to be the legal boundary of such 
quarantine within said State of California, and further hereby proclaim 
the above orders, rules and regulations prescribed by said State Veteri- 
narian for the maintenance and enforcement of such quarantine to be the 
legal and binding rules and regulations within said State; and I do 
further proclaim thatsaid orders, rules and regulations shall be main- 
tained and enforced within the State of California, and that a violation 
thereof shall subject all persons so violating any of said orders, 
rules and regulations to the penalties provided for In Section Elf^ht 
of said Act of the Lecislature entitled "An Act to protect domestic live 
stock from contaslous and Infectious diseases, to provide for the ap- 
pointment and duties of officials to carry Into effect the provisions 
of this Act, and to provide an appropriation therefor. - 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 

the areat Seal of this State to be 
hereunto affixed, this nineteenth day 
of August, A. D. 1399. 




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FB8CL AMATIOK ! 



KXKCrTIXH DEPARTMENT, ) 

STATE <n- CALIFORNIA. I 

Sackamknto. August 19, 1899. 

Whhrkas, The State Veterinarian of the State of California has ascertained that cattle located 
in thai certain area of territory situated south and west of the quarantine line hereinafter de- 
scribed are liable to communicate a contagious and infectious disease known as Texas. Splenetic, 
or Southern Cattle Fever, to cattle located north and east of said line, should said cattle located 
south and west be shipped, moved or transported, driven or grazed over the lands situated on the 
norlli and east of said line: 

And, Whikhas. Tuder and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of California, 
entitled " An Act to protect domestic live stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide 
for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this Act. and to 
provide an appropriation therefor." in effect March iS, 1S99, the State Veterinarian of the State of 
California, in order to prevent the spreading or communicating of said disease of Texas, Splenetic, 
or Southern Fever in cattle, has on this 19th day of August. 1S99. made a quarantine line as follows : 
Beginning on the Pacific Coast, where the southern boundary line of Marin County connects with 
the Pacific Ocean; thence easterly ana northerly along the southern and eastern bouiid.iry lines 
..f Marin and Sonoma to the intersection of Sonoma and Solano Counties; thence following the 
western, northern, and eastern boundary lines of Solano County to the Sacramento River; thence 
northerly along the eastern boundary line of Yolo County 10 its intersection with the boundary 
line of Sutter C'-untv; thence easterly along the southern boundary lines of Sutter atid Placer 
Counties to the intersection with the western boundary line of HI Dorado County; thence southerly 
and easterly along the southern boundary line of El Dorado County to the intersection with 
the western boundarv line of Alpine County; thence in a southerly direction along the western 
boundarv lines of Alpine. Mono, and Inyo Counties, to the southwestern boundary pf Inyo County; 
thence east along the southtrn boundary of Inyo County to its intersection with the eastern 
boundarv line of the State <>f California ; 

Axn. Whkrkas. The State \eterinarian has. on this i9lh day of August. 1S99. made and 
established the following rules and regulations as to the crossing of cattle over the said quarantine 

line : 

1. That from and after this date no cattle shall be transported by rail, shipped, driven, or 
moved m any manner whatever, from said area south and west of said line hereinabove set out 
and described to any portion of the State of California, north or east of said line. 

2. Exception to the alx»ve clause is authorized as follows: 

Any cattle which shall have been dipind. under the supervision of an Inspector of the Bureau 
of Animal Industry, l". S. Department of Agriculture, in such a solution as may be required by 
the Honorable .Secretary of .\gricuhurc. and a certificate <.f such fact given with a bill of health 
from such lusi^ctor. shall W all.iwed to cr«»s» said line, until otherwise ordered. 

V That hereafter it shall »»« unlawful for any railroad, steambiut. or transp..rtatiou cwtnmny, 

its oflicer* or agvnt%. to accept for shipment, or to ship or tiansport. any cattle originating south 

or west of the above described line, destined to any point in the State of California north or east 

• in acc"rd.ime with the regulations concerning cattle trans|iortation as may be 

■> l»rj»artnunt of .XgrKuhurc. 

i It IS further ordcrc»l that a violation «»f any or either of the above rules and regulations 
shall U- an otfense and p« ' by the law. of " f CalifnrttU. 

^. , XV -v.. t II. (. . .KiroftheSute - ..have approved aad do 

t... .« maM*. AKMl.aiid»«t|iMifth«l b\ Mid Sutv \'etertn«n.«ti. 



aad have a|if»mvc4 and d' 



thov* rtlte* and rr|f alat i<>a» so made aad 



Sou til ;iini wcbt be sTiTpptiJ, iii>.^ id or tianspoitttl, driven ur gra/cd uver the laud.s situated on the 
north and east of said lint-; 

And, Whhkkas, I'nder and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of California, 
entitled " An Act to protect domestic li\ e stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide 
for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this Act, and to 
provide an appropriation therefor," in effect March iS, 1S99, the State Veterinarian of the State of 
California, in order to prevent the spreading t)r comnumicatingof said disease of Texas, Splenetic, 
or Southern Fever in cattle, has on this 19th day of August. 1S99. made a quarantine line as follows: 
Begiuning on the Pacific Coast, where the southern boundary line of Marin County connects with 
the Pacific Ocean; thence easterly and northerly along the southern and eastern boundary lines 
ot Marin and Sonoma to the intersection of Sonoma and Solano Counties; thence following the 
western, northern, and eastern boundary lines of vSolano County to the Sacramento River; thence 
northerly along the eastern boundary line of Yolo County 10 its intersection with the boundary 
line of Sutter County; thence easterly along the southern boundary lines of Sutter and Placer 
Counties to the intersection with the western boundarj' line of Kl Dorado County; thence southerly 
and easterly along the southern boundary line of Kl Dorado County to the intersection with 
the western boundary line of Alpine County; thence in a southerly direction along the western 
Ijoundary lines of Alpine, Mono, and Inyo Counties, to the southwestern boundar}- of Invo County; 
thence east along the southern boundary of Inyo County to its intersection with the eastern 
boundary line of the State of California ; 

And. Whkreas, The State \'eterinarian has, on this 19th day of August, 1S99, made and 
established the following rules and regulations asto the crossing of cattle over the said quarantine 
line : 

1. That from and after this date no cattle shall be transported by rail, shipped, driven, or 
moved in any manner whatever, from said area south and west of said line hereinabove set out 
and described to any portion of the State of California, north or east of said line. 

2. Kxccption to the above clause is authorized as follows: 

Any cattle which shall have been dipped, under the supervision of an Inspector of the Bureau 
of Animal Industry, V. S. Department of Agriculture, in such a solution as ma^- be required by 
tlie Honorable Secretary of Agriculture, and a certificate of such fact given with a bill of health 
from such Inspector, shall be allowed to cross said line, until otherwise ordered. 

;. That hereafter it shall be unlawful for any railroad, steamboat, or transportation company, 
its officers or agents, to accept for shipment, or to sliij) or transport, any cattle originating south 
or west of the above descrilied line, destined to any point in the State of California north or east 
of said line, except in accordance with the regulations concerning cattle transportation as may be 
issued by the V. S. Department of Agriculture. 

4. It is further ordereil that a violation of any or either (»f the above rules and regulations 
shall be an oltense and ])unishable as is provided by the laws of the State of California. 

.\nd. Whkkkas. I. Henry T. Gage, as Governor of the State of California, have approved and do 
herei'V approve of the s.nid (juarantine line so made, fixed. and established by said State X'eterinarian, 
and liav e aj)proved and do hereby approve of all of tlie above rules and regulations so made and 
establislied by said State Wterinarian ; 

Now. ThkkkhiKK, I, Henry T. <iage. as Governor of the State of California, by virtue of the 
authority vested in ine by law. do hereby proclaim the above boundary of such quarantine so made, 
fixed, and established by said State \'eteriuarian to be the legal boundary of such quarantine within 
said State of California, and further hereby proclaim the above orders, rules and regulations 
prescribed by said State N'eterinarian for the maintenance and enforcement of such quarantine to 
Ik- the legal and binding rule-" and regulations within said State; and I do further proclaim that 
said orders, rules and regulations shall be maintained and enforced within the State of California, 
and that a violation thereof shall subject all inrrsons so violating any of said orders, rules and 
regulations to the ]K-ualties provided for in section eight of said .\ct of the Legislature entitled 
"An Act In proiiKi d tuicstic live st<Kk from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the 
ap{H>intment and dutic> of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this .Act. and to provide an 
appropriation therefor." 

In WiTNKss WiiKKKoi'. I ha\c lurcnntn set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of tins Sl-ite to bj hcreuuto affixed, this 
tuth day >f \uKii->t, .\. D. 1K99. 

I AKu.. I n KN R Y T. < ; .\( ; k, 

ATTKitr: Itovcrnor of the State of California. 

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PROCLAMATIOil. 

isxRrj') r i^rE depart].!e: it , 

STATE OF CALIFOFJ'IA, 

Sacraner.to, August 28, 1399. 
To the People of Cnlifor:.ia: 

WIIEREAS, I have received an urgent coanunication from the 
Hon. Elihu Root, Secretary of War, requesting an appeal to the people of 
this State to contribute money and supplies in aid of the destitute 
people of Porto Rico, whose sad condition is due to recent hurricanes 
devastating the islaiid. The distressed condition of the inhabitants 
of Porto Rico may be understood by the following passage from a dispatch 
transmitted by the Governor General of Porto Pico, dated August 13, 133^, 
to the secretary of War, viz.: 

"The true state of affairs throughout the Island not yet known 
because of total destruction of all telegraphie connection and great 
destruction of all roads. 'Tot more than one-fourth towns yet heard 
from, but enough is known to warrant the statement that one-fifth the 
dwellings in the island are totally destroyed, and their owners are 
without any shelter whatever, or any food, beyond what has been saved 
from the debris. The coffee crop and most of the trees are ruined, and 
thus reliance for suiiport is gone. Fully one-third of ihe people 
subsist entirely fniit, and «uf^ small degree on tubas; all the former 
are destroyed, ana much of the latter are rotting in the ground. Lai.y 
thousands of cattle are drow::ed, and the debris carried down by the 
rivers, and is strewn over the ocean with *he wreck of the storm and the 
dead bodies of animals. The death from falling walls a:id drowning will 
number -ore than a thousand, and may be several times this number. The 
state of distress is very great, and when gr»en fruits saved from the 
debris are consumed the suffering will be very great. I am relieving 
surferlng everywhere within reach as much as possible, but in out-of-the- 
way places are many thousands who can not be reached for some time. 
The supplies ordered sent by the Oovenoaent will help much, but w^^ll 



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last only for a few days, while destitution must continue for many 
weeks or some months, until the bananas grow up from the ground, for 
which five months at least are required. Pood of all kinds is needed, 
especially rice, beans, and codfish, which has been main support outside 
of fruits. Cheap cotton clothing: is also needed, for thousands rushed 
naked from their dwellings at ight when the gale broke. K:edicines are 
also needed most preLisingly, especially quinine and other simple medi- 
cines. I estimate that at least 1000 tons~of food will !>« required 
weekly for several weeks." 

We shoiild remember that Porto pico is now American ter- 
ritory, and that its inhabitants are under the protection of our flag, 
and it is but due to then to show that we as a Christian people are not 
v/anting in the charity which christian education inculcates. 

I do therefore appeal to the people of the State of California, 
in the name of Christian humanity, to come to the aid of this starving 

people . 

I recommend that the Boardii of Supervisors of the several 
Counties of this state, and the Mayors and Councils of our several 
cities, appoint comr.ittees to collect money and to obtain supplies, and 
to take such necessary action as will mpst promptly facilitate the 
charitable purpose of assisting the unhappy people in their great mis- 
fortune. 

I also appeal to the individual citizen to co-operate in this 

necessary ar.d humane work. 

The secretary of war has directed that contributions should 
be either in supplies of the character Indicated, or In money, in order 
that the supplies can be purchased. The supplies should be sent to 
Colonel F. B. Jones, Army Building, foot of Whitehall Street, Hew York 
City, In packages plainly marked •Porto plcan Belief," and he should be 
consulted as to time of shlpoent. Honey should be sent to the rational 



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Bank of north America, TTew York City, which has been desicnated as a 
depository for the relief Fund. 



Ill WITriESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set ny har.d and caused the Great 
Seal of this state to be here- 
unto affixed this 28th day of 
Aufoij^t./A. D. Ic 





Governor of the State or Calif ornia. 



Attest; 



Secretary of State. 



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a uay for j-iliic thanksgivir.£j and prayer to Almi- 



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THArn^SOIVINI PROCLAMATION. 



EX}:CIITI\T DIIPAKT.T-TTT, SACRA-MriO, 

State of Cuiiforria. 
In obeaience to the universal and praiseworthy American custom 
of setting apart a day for public thanksgiving and prayer to Almie^hty 
jOd.-.aria the performance of charitable works; and further ir: conform. ty 
with the proclamation of the Fresiaent of the Unitea States of .^erica, 
given at the City of Washington, D.C., October 25, 1899, I, Henry T. 
jage, as jovernor of the State of California, do hereby proclaim Thurs- 
day, the thirtieth day of !'ovember, A. D. 18'ji9, as Than-.sgiving Day, ana 
I dc hereby declare the sane a legal holiaay. 

I!' ',viT!vESS 'SriEREnp, I have hereujitc 
set my hand, ana caused the 
Sreat Seal of the State to be 
hereunto affixed this 2fath day 
of October, A. D. Ib99. 





ernor of the State of California. 



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EXECUTIVB DEPARTMENT, S ACRAI.3 TTO , 

Stat* of California. 
In obediance to the universal and praiseworthy American custom 
aetting apart a day for public thanksgivins and prayer to Aimls^ty 
■'jd and the performance of charitable works; and^r-.irther^ in conformity 
itWthe ^rcclamatloJJ of the President of the United States of America, 
Ive^a^ the City o^ Washington, D.C., October 26, 1899, I, Henry 2. 

9)t as QJovernor of*'the State of California, do hereby proclaim Thiurs- 
av.^the thirtieth day of rovember, A. D. 1899, as Thankselvlng Day, and 
Iqfthereby deolar«^he same a legal holiday. 

set my hand, and caused ths 



IN WITNBSr, WTiEREOP, I have herexinto 



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Qreat Seal of the state to be 
hereunto affixed this 26th day 
of October, A. D. Irt99. 



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governor of the State of California, 



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Secretary of state. ,/ 










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PROCLAI-IATIOX. 



FXECUTIVE DKPART].!iriT , 

State of California, 

Sacramento, November 23, 1899. 



To the People of California: 

WHERKAS, The nation has sustained a sad and irreparable loss 
by the death of the Honorable Garret A. Hotart, Vice-President of the 
United States of America, whose many distinguished services as a public 
officer and hi^h personal worth and integrity as a citizen have endeared 
him to the hearts of the American people; 

AlID WHEREAS, Saturday, ^loveraber 25, A.D. 1899, has been set 
apart for the funeral services; 

THERB'FORJ*:, In testimony of the sorrow of cur people for the 
death of the Illustrious American, I reconrnend that all State offices 
be closed upon the said day of the funeral, and I direct that the na- 
tional flag be displayed at half mast upon saic' day from sunrise to 
sunset upon all State public buildings and upon all armories of the ^ra- 
tional Guard of the State of California; and I further direct that the 
ensign and union Jack be displayed at half mast on said day from sunrise 
to sunset upon all vessels belonging to the State and upon all vessels 

of the Sita^e^T^aJ. ^niitia. 

IN WIT:TFSS m^EREOP, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of this State to be hereunto 
affixed, this 23rd day of No- 
vember.^. D. 1899. 




Attest 



thj^State of California. 



/ "Secretary of' 5tat^. 



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TTKERKAS, under a?id pursuant to the provisions of an Act 
entitled "An Act tc protect rioir.estic live stock fron contacicus 
and Inrectious disease*, to provlda for lie . . - -\ ^^ * and duties 

of olals to carry : : effect tne provisions c 5 Act, and 

^j ,,rovide a- appropriation therefor," in effect !!arcr. 18, 1899, 
the StHte Veterinarian '.at? au.er .i:'nr^ tiat it is ne-esaary to 
•icdi-y and chance the quarantine line, rules and re-uiations here- 
lofore established and proclained in -ny procla--nation Given at Sac- 
ra:nento, Califor-.ia, August 19, 1639, establishinn a State quaran- 
tine line, and rules and regulations pursuant t. ^^u; Act of the 

legislature; ^r 
AIID ^THEIil-lAS, said State Veterinarian, ^^^^ ./.U 

day of Fecruary, A.D. 1900, after due notice to me, has iiade and 

established the following ofc^^TS, r..les and re-j,.! .'- ions ^lodlfyln^ 

and chancre said quarantine line, and the rules and retjalations 

nereto-ore proclaimed In my said proclanatlon dated Aueust 19,1399, 

... ,. _ ; "e :: .. ^ -han.-es are a^ ^■jI'o.vs, t:-:7i': 

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Counties of Solano and Sacra:.:e.ito (situated south and Ueiow the 
St.te qaarantine line estnMished Au.just 19, 1399) nay ved to 

points >ort . an>: a ove t . : : • -- .-V^oned li.e: provTlded, they 
are acconpanied by a certificate of inspection fr • er' 

Inspector of the Bureau oi' Ani-.al Industry, United States Department 
of Acricalture, or the Sfite Veterir.arian of the State of Calif r- 

ia, statinc that they are free fron contnrlous and infectious 
(iiseasea: special reference to Ttxr:3 Fever, l..fccci : . t.ocs 
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said 'nodlfylm- rules and regulations so -nafie and establisned oy 

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cf Cali'or-.ia, by virtue of the autr.ori-^ vested i ■ le ly lav7, do 
^reby proclaim the alove orders, rules, and reculations prescrihed 
.is day oj the State Veterinarian for the naiiitenar.ee and enforce- 
.-.e t 0*' the quar;-...t-::e line to '^-e le--.- ' vd Mndl^ir- orders, rules, 
and retiulatlcis v/ithin f:i3 State; anc i c:o lurfier .rvclain tnat 
Isald orders, rules, and refulat ii;::s shall oe maintained and e^iforced 

'.thin the Stnte of California, and that a violation thiereof shall 
uuuject all uercv s so violatir:* ""y of said orders, rules, and 
rec'^ii^ti'^^'S to the pen.alties proviued :or in. "e : e. - :*" i'"-'"' 

Ac;t of the Lecislature entitled "An Act to -rotect do-nestic live 
stocJc fron contacious and infectious riiseKj^es, t > provide fcr t e 

I'-f-e'-t ' '■:'''''3 of 0. ^Ci.ils to •. . - • . ""-" 

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Sec. 2')24. The Ctimnii^siivners ?h:iil have pospes- 
?ion and control of that jiortion of the hay of San 
Francisco, together with all the improvements, rights, 
privileges, easements, appurtenances connected there- 
with, or in anywise apperfaininc thereto, for the pur- 
poses in this article provided (excepting such parcels 
thereof as are held l>y the lessees, or their assigns, on 
valid leases, which parcels so held it is lierehy made 
the duty of the Commissioners to take possession of, . 
together with the improvements thereon, as soon as 1 
said leases terminate, and also to see that the lessees, 
or their successors or assigns, do not exercise rights 
and privileges that are not conferred by said leases), 
bounded as follows, to wit: Commencing at the point 
where the easterly line of the Presidio Reservation 
intersects the \yater-line front, as established by the 
Board of State Tide Land Commissioners; thence east- 
erly along said water-line front to the center of Webster 
Street; thence southerly along the center of Webster 
Street to the center of Lewis Street; thence easterly 
along the center <>f Lewis Street to the center of Polk 
Street; thence soutiierly along the center of Polk 
Street to the center of Tomjuin Street; thence easterly 
along the center of Tonijuin Street to the center of 
Larkin Street; tiience southerly along the center of 
Larkin Street to the center of Jeli'erson Street; thence 
easterly along the center of JetVerson Street to the 
center of Powell Street; tlience southerly along the 
center of Powell Street to the center of Beach Street; 
thence easterly along the center of Beach Street to the 
center of Dupont Street; thence southerly along the 
center of Diipont Street to the center of North Point 
Street: thence easterly along the center of North Point 
Street to the center of Kearny Street; thence southerly 
along the center of Kearny Street to the center of 
I'rancisco Street; theiice easterly along the center of 
Francisco StP'et to the eeiittr of Montgonury Street: 
thence southerly along the center of Montgomery 
Street to tlie center of Chestnut Street; thence easterly 
along the center of Chestnut Street to the center of 
Sansome Street; thence southerly along the center of 
Sansoine Street to the center of Lombard Street; thence 
easterly along the center of I><mbard Street to thf 
center of Battery Street; thence soutiierly along the 
center of Battery Street to the center of Greenwich 
Street; thence easterly along l!ie center «if <ireenwich 
Street to the center of Front Street; thence .-muthcrly 
along the center of Front Street to tlu- center of 
Vallejo Street; thence eauterly along the center of 
Vajlejo Street to the center of Davi* Street; thence 
southerly along the center of F)avi(i Stre«'t to the center 
of i'acitic Stnet; thence ea!«terly along the renter of 
Pacific Street to the center of Kai«t Stnt-t; thence 
i>t>utlitTly along the «fiiter of V.»< Street to the 
center of K'llwni Sir««t: thence westerly along the 
ci-nter of Folxtiii Strti;! to the center of Steuart 
Street; thenre iwutherlr along the canter nf Hteu- 
art Htn-et to the n^ter of llarriaoa Street; thriwa 
•outhrrly on a liirrrt liiia with i>aid Mawut tMrmt two 
hundred and flfiy-thrre fert nitta inohea, to tlw ea ti t a r 
nf a •Irvet Ihr riaiiMF nf which la sot e« a map: then«» 
at right anglr* Wf^lnrljr along th* canlar •>( mhI »tra«< 
la the eenl^ ••( >«|Mn>r Hireel; t h wi— — I hirly along 
tha oaala* ol 8|i«ir Hirert to tha cwiler r4 Hrxani 
mra«; thenw •t-.*rfly aloim tha «a«l*r o< Rerant 
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along tho center of Beale Street to tlie center of Hraiui.ui 
Strett; thence westerly along the center of Brannim 
Street to the center of First Street; thence southerly 
along the center of First Street to the center of Town- 
pciul Street ; tlieiue westerly along the center of Town- 
send Street five hundred and fifty feet, to the center of 
a street the name of which is not on a map; thence at 
right angles southerly along the center of said street 
to the center of King Street; thence westerly along the 
center of King Street to the center of Second Street; 
thence southerly along the center of Second Street to 
the center of Berry Street; thence westerly along the 
center of Berry Street to the center of Third Street; 
thence southerly along the center of Third Street to 
the northerly line of Channel Street; thence westerly 
along the last mentioned line to the easterly line of 
Fifth Street; thence southerly alongsaid last mentioned 
line to the southerly line of said Channel Street ; thence 
easterly along said last mentioned line to the center of 
Kentucky Street; thence southerly along the center of 
Kentucky Street to the center of Fourth Street; thence 
along the center of Fourth Street to the center of 
Louisiana Street; thence southerly along the center of 
Louisiana Street to the center of El Dorado Street; 
thence westerly along the center of El Dorado Street 
to the center of Illinois Street; thence southerly along 
the center of Illinois Street to the center of Solano 
Street; thence easterly along the center of Solano 
Street to the waterfront line estahlished hy the Board 
of State Tide Land Commissioners; thence southerly 
along said last mentioned line to the center of Tulare 
Street; thence westerly along the center of Tulare 
Street to the center of Texas Street; thence southerly 
along the center of Texas Street to the center of Islais 
Street; thence easterly along the centerof Islais Street 
to the center of Waterfront Street; thence southerly 
along the center of Waterfront Street to the I'enter of 
India Street; thence westerly, southerly, and easterly 
along the center of said India Street to the center of 
Waterfront Street, to the center of China Street; tlience 
westerly along the center of Ciiina Street to tlie center 
of Third Avenue; thence southerly along the center of 
Third Avenue to the northerly line of tiie property of 
tlie Calil'ornia Dry Dock Company; thence easterly 
along said last mentioned line to the waterfront estah- 
lished l)y the Board i>f State Tide Land Commissioners; 
thence southerly along and around said dry dock com- 
pany's land to the southeasterly corner thereof; theiic« 
westerly along the line of said land to tlie center of 
Waterfront Stre<'t; thence southerly along the center 
of Waterfront Street to the center of Nineteenth Ave- 
nue; thence westerly aloni;; the center of Ninet«"enth 
Avenue to the center of Dock Street; thciuv i<u<uth«rly 
along the line of Dock Street to the center of Twenty- 
third Avenue: thence westerly along the center ol 
Twenty-third Avenue to the center of H Strf«'t: thenot 
■ontheriy mlonK the center of H Street to the center 
of Twenty-fourth Avenue: thenoe •••lerly along 
the renter of Twenty-fourth Avenue to the CMitar of 
Waterfront Street; thenoe aontherly aloiig the oaatar 
nf •*{•! \V«t«Tfn>nt Street to thr imuthem hoanderv r»f 
tho City and <'<>anlT »f 0an rriinr-i»<-o: thrnee alonn 
the ooatharly. eart^rly. and northerly houndary lino* 
of tmkA dty and ooanty to a |mint duo north n^ tho 
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of ooniniencement. But no harbor em))ankiT)ent or 
seawall shall be constructed outside of the following 
named points and lines, to wit: Commencing at the 
point where the eastern boundary line of the Presidio 
Reservation, extended in a northerly direction, inter- 
sects the three-fathom contour line shown upon the 
chart of the United States Survey, and running thence 
in an easterly and southerly direction, upon straiglit 
or curved lines, in such manner as to approach as 
near as practicable the extreme outer projections of 
the water-line front, as described in an Act to provide 
for the disposition of certain property of the State of 
California, passed March twenty-sixth, in the year of 
our Lord eighteen hundred and fifty-one, to a point at 
or near the intersection of Second and Berry Streets; 
thence continuing southerly, upon straight or curved 
lines, in such a manner as to approach as near as 
practicable the extreme outer projections of the water- 
line front, as established by the Board of State Tide 
Land Commissioners, to the southerly boundary of said 
City and Countv of San Francisco; and said Commis- 
sioners, in addition to a general control over said premi- 
ses, shall have authority to use, for loading and landing 
merchandise, with a right to collect dockage, wharfage, 
and tolls thereon, such portion of the streets of the City 
and Countv of San Francisco, ending or fronting upon 
the waters "of said bay, as may be used for such purposes 
without obstructing the same as thoroughfares; and 
authorit V to rent an ollice in the City and County of San 
Francisco, between Montgomery. >Lirk.t, and Pacific 
Streets and the citv front : and purchase from tmie to 
time suitable books for the records of the Secretary 
and accounts of the Wharfingers, together with such 
stationerv as mav be re-iuired by the Board ; and to 
fix and regulate, from time to time, the rates of dock- 
age, wharfage, cranage, tolls, and rents : and collect 
»uch an amount of revenue therefrom as will enable 
the Commissioners to perform the duties required of 
them bv authority of this article; 'i^^^'L^^^'Ui'tl^-Cyf,..^: 

.ioners '««(^ '-^IP^IWPi^SS'^'- , ■ 
and establi-h rfHrii rat«s of dockage and wharfage as 
will i.ro<hice a revenue not to exceed in amount the 
moneys collected in the year eighteen hundre<l and 
seven'tv-five, colle<-ting as near as possible equal 
amounts from dockage and wharfage. When such 
modification has l*en made, the colle<tion of tolls 
must b.- a»)olished and the toll collectors discharged. 
The Commissioners shall construct such numlier 
of wharves as the wants of commerce shall n^iuire. 
and shall locate such wharves at •uch points 
and upon such lines a- the Board may de.m most 
suitable for the \icH intore.ts of c>mtnerce, and j-hall 
repair and maintain all the wharvw. piers, quays, 
landing*, and thoroughfares the wants of commerce 
may re.,i>lre, and generally to erect all such improv*- 
mcnU as may be n«ce«wry lor the aafe landing, load- 
ing and unloading, and pmt^ctiou tit all < las<>«« of 
merrhandiM, and for ihr salely an4 convrni-noe ol 
p*MMicM« pMaing into and oot ol tbwCliy and C«u-ty 
of San rrai.claoo hy waUn And for the purpoM ol 
t«p«lring -aid wharr-a, pUrm. q«ay.. and j*»H»in^^ y 
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be conKtriictcd upon such place or line as will cause 
am- plip or dnok to lie less than one hundred and 
tinrty-s<ix fed wide at the most narrow point between 
the wharves. The Coniiriis3ioners are liereby author- 
ized and enijiowered to purchase or construct works 
for preserving piles and timber, and the necessary 
machinery to be used therewith, and operate said 
works, and for that purpose to employ men and pur- 
chase chemicals, or such other materials as may be 
necessary for the preserving of piles and timber. The 
purchase of chemicals can be made without advertising 
for proposals therefor. When they determine that a 
new wliarf shall be erected, <n' any other necessary 
improvement constructed, or repairs made, or dredg- 
ing macliines, jiile-drivers, scows, steam tugs, or any 
necessary machinery or material obtained, the costs of 
which shall exceed three thousand dollars, they shall 
advertise for sealed jtroposals, for a period not less 
than ten days, in one or more of the daily newspajjers 
in the City and County of San Francisco. Every 
proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check for 
an amount equal to five per cent of the amount of such 
proposal, such check to be made payable to the order 
of the Secretary of said Board ; conditioned, if the 
proposal is ..-ccpted and the contract awarded, and if 
the bidder shall fail or neglect to execute the contract 
and give the bond reiiuired within six days after the 
award is made, in that case the said sum mentioned 
in said check shall be paid into the State Treasury by 
said Secretary, as licpiidated damages for such failure 
and neglect, as a portion of the San Francisco Harbor 
Improvement Fund. Such advertisement shall con- 
tain a general description of the work Ui be done, the 
material to be used, the place where to l>e used, and 
must refer to specifications, which must contain a full 
and accurate description of the work to be performetl, 
the material to be used, and where to be useti ; winch 
specifications shall be kept in the office of th<' Secre- 
tary ( f the Hoard in such manner that all persons 
may inspect the siune during the usual business hours 
of all davs except Sundays and holidays. On a day 
named in the advertisement, the Commissioners shall ■ 
open the bids in the presence of such bidders as are 
present, and awanl tlie contract to the lowest bi<lder, 
who shall furnish sufficient sureties to guarantee the 
jKTformance of the work. If, in the opinion of the 
Coiimissioiiers, the bid:- are too high, they niny reject 
them, and advertise an»W in like manner as l»efore. 
If. in the opinion of the Comniissi<Mierf, the second 
bids are t<»o high, they may reject them likewise, and 
enter into contract with responsible parties without 
giving luiiher notice. Any contract entered into with- 
oat givinii public nnticf and receiving bid*, must he at 
leaiit t«-n per cent lower than the lowest ri-ji-cted bid. 
Thr Itoard may construct such harbor embank- 
meat or seawall aa ahall be neceaaarjr ttt protect the 



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harbor of San Francisco, and dredge such number 
of slips and docks as the commerce of the port of 
San Francinco may re(|uire. to a depth that will 
admit of the easy and free ingress and egress of all 
classes of watercraft that load and discharge car- 
goes at the wharves, |)iers, quays, landings, and thor- 
oughfares in the liari)()r of San Francisco; to perform 
which dredging the Board of State Harbor Com- 
missioners are hereby autliorlzed and emjiowered lo 
purchase or construct dredging machines, scows, 
steam tugs, and the necessary machinery, and employ 
men for operating the same. When any portion of 
the premises descril)ed in tliis article ishall be dredged, 
the sand, mud, or other substance shall be deposited 
in a place designated bj- the Hoard, in not less than 
fifteen fathoms of water. All classes of watercraft 
that uses or makes fast to any wharf. i)ier, quay, 
landing, or thoroughfare, and lands upon or loads 
therefrom any goods, wares, or merchandise, shall be 
liable and must pay to the Commissioners such rates 
of dockage as shall be fixed by authority of this 
article; and all such watercraft as- shall discharge or 
receive any goods, wares, or merchandise, while moored 
in any slip, dock, or basin within the jurisdiction of 
the Commissioners, shall pay one half the regular 
rates of dockage. Any watercraft that shall leave 
any wharf, pier, quay, landing, thort)Ughfare, slip, 
dock, or basin, unless forced to do so by stress of 
weather, without first paying the dockape due from 
such vessel, shall lie liable to pay double the regular 
rates. The charge for wharfage and tolls .'^hall be a 
lien uj)onallgoods, wares, andmerchandise landed upon 
any of the wiiarves, piers, quays, landings, or thorough- 
fares upon the premisi's descril)ed in this article; 
and the Commissioners, their agents or lessees, may 
hold iMjssession of any such goods, wares, or merchan- 
dise so landed as aforesaid, to secure the payment of 
such wharfage and tolls; and for the purpose of such 
lien are deemed to have possession of such goods, 
wares, ami merchandise so landed until such charge 
for wharfage and tolls are paid. The Commissioners 
shall have power to make reasonable rules and regula- 
tions conct>rning the control and management of the 
pro|>erty of the State whicli is intrusted to them bv 
virtue of this article, and said Commissioners are 
hereby authorized and required to make, witliout 
delay, and from time to time, and publish not less 
than thirty days in a daily newspa|M-r of general cir- 
culation published in the City and County (»f !<an 
Francisco, all nre<iful rules and regulations not incon- 
si-tent with the laws of the State or of the rnit»«d 
Stale- in relation to tlie mooring and anchorinn of 
▼•■■«1» in »•!«' harbor, providing and maintaining free, 
op«n, and unohi«tnict«Mi passafrewajrs for steam ferrv 
bo*U and other atfamera navinatittx th« wateraof th« 
bay of Han Franciaco and the rr««h water tribliterimi 
of aaid li«jr, ao that such a UaM ^ w mm wwiMiiiiiiilj 
make thvir trips without iDipadimaat fraaa itmn. |j mt 
anchor or other obatarlea. And »til Co«HN|pai<inera 
may alin makt> all nvnlfut^^lM and inalaMuin gov* 
pminK thr rMnoval of nurh vi si U from th« •h»rva« 
and other landinip, and frnni ullpa and dork* aa ara 
n<H iimgail In rccdvinn or diachariting cario. praecrilv 
Ing th» Haw daring which ipiod*, w»r«a, aad ■iircbaii- 
dine landed upon any wharf, pirr. qony, Undini. or 
thomiighfarr shall he permitted In reaiain thereon. 
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may, hy such rulex and regulations, provide tiiat in 
Piiso any such goods, wares, or merchandise remain 
upon any wharf, pier, quay, landing, or thoroughfare 
bevond the term fo prcscrilied, the respective Wharf- 
inger may, under the order of the CommissionefB, 
remove and depot-it the same in a 8uital)le place, at 
the charge, risk, and expense of the owner thereof. 
When any goods, wares, or merchandise shall have 
remained upon any wharf, pier, quay, landing, or 
thoroughfare more than twenty-four hours, the Com- 
niissionerr' may, in their discretion, charge such addi- 
tional rates for each subsequent day as in their opinion 
is Just and equitable. The Commissioners may, in 
their discretion, set apart and assign, for the exclusive 
use of the watercraft used by the officers of the Fed- 
eral Government, such convenient and safe landings 
as such officers may recjuire, together with suitable 
premises near such landings as may be set apart 
and assigned for their use, upon which premises such 
officers m:iy cause to be erected offices and storehouses 
to suit their convenience; and the Commissioners shall 
charge a reasonable compensation per month for the 
use of such landings and office and storehouse prem- 
iees; set apart and assign a suitable and proper local- 
ity for the use of the harbor police of the City and 
County of San Francisco, and also a suitable place 
for a boat-house station, for the exclusive use of the 
quarantine and health officers of said city and county, 
without compensation; set apart and assign, for the 
exclusive use of steam ferry-boats, suitable slips, in 
which such structures may be erected as will secure 
the safe and cjuvenient landing of passengers and 
safe landing and delivery of freight; set apart and 
assign suitable wharves, l)erths, or landings for the 
exclusive use of vessels; to construct suitable sheds, 
gates, and other temporary structures as may be 
necessary for the safe and convenient landing of 
passengers and safe landing and delivery of freight; 
and set apart and assign, for the sole and ex- 
clusive use of the fishermen of the City and 
County of !*an Francisco, sucli place or places as the 
said Commissioners shall deem proper, sufficient, 
and adapted for the requirements and necessities of 
said fishermen; pmrideil, the premises set ajtart by 
said Commissioners shall !« used only for the legiti- 
mate business of said fishermen, and for no other 
purfiose; ami prorided, said Commissioners shall not 
charge therefor more than the following rates: For 
boats over twenty-two feet and under forty f<-et long, 
one 'lollar per week: for boats from sixteen to twenty- 
two feet long, seventy-five cents jier week; and for all 
U>ats less than sixteen feet long, twenty-live cents per 
week. The Commissioners may assign Miitable places 



(for the landing of hor.ies, cattle, sheep,.swine; and 
when such places have be«-n assigne<l, it shall be 
a misdemeanor for a commander of any watercraft to 
land any fcreater number than ten at any one time 
from any watercraft at any tit her place. The t3om- 
miaaionprs may net apart, for the usee and purpoaea of 
dry docks and marine railways, auch portionff of the 
wateriront northweaterly of the northerly end of 
Kearny Htreet, and southerly of the c*aterly end of 
Sniano Htre«-t, as thf wants of commerce may require. 
The Commiwii<>ner* shall not have the riffht to rrnew 
any !••■•, or to lease any premian under their oon- 



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trol for any purpose whatever, but they may permit 
any property under their control to he used by any 
corporation, tirm, association, j>erFon, or company, but 
in no case shall any corporation, rirm, association, 
person, or company enjoy the use of any of the prop- 
erty under the Commissioners' charge, except such 
use as shall he terminated as herein provided; and 
the said Connnissioners may condemn, purchase, and 
pay a reasonable compensation for such structure as 
may have been erected upon the said premises, which 
structure, in the opinion of the Board and Engineer, 
mav be useful for such commercial purposes as this 
article is intended to promote. No person or company 
shall land or remove any goods, wares, or merchandise, 
or other things, upon or from any wharf, pier, quay, 
landing, or thoroughfare situated upon the premises 
described in this article; nor shall any corporation, 
firm, association, comjiany, or person collect dockage, 
wliarfage, cranage, or toll within the boundaries of the 
premises described in this article, without first obtain- 
ing permission to do so from said Commissioners. 
Any use permitted of the property by the Commis- 
sioners may be terminated at any time by them, on 
thirty days' previous notice to tlie i)arty or parties so 
using the same. Said Board shall not lease to, or 
permit any coriioration or association, or any person 
or persons, to lay down any track or tracks for rail- 
ways along anj' of the property described herein, or on 
any portion of the waterfront of Sun Francisco, under 
any condition whatever. Said Board may, when the 
wants of commerce rc«juire. lay down sucli number of 
tracks along and on any portion of said waterfront as 
may be necessary to meet such wants, and permit the 
use thereof to any corjioration or association, or any 
person or persons, under such rules, regulations, and 
at such compensation as said Board may determine; 
pmvideil, tliat no sj^cial privileges shall be awarded 
thereon to any corporation, association, person, or 
persons; and provi<led further, thut switches from said 
railroad track or tracks may, with the permission of 
said Board, and under tlie limitations and conditions 
of this Act, be constructed by corporatioiie, or any 
person or persons, leading to any warehouse or place 
of business. Nor shall any person or company place, 
or cause to be |da<'ed, any obstruitions in that portion 
of the bay of San Francisco descril)ed in this article, 
nor ujion any wharf, pier, <juay, landing, <ir tliorough- 
fare, without the consent of the Board. Whenever 
any wharf, pier, 'juay, landing, or thi>ronghfare in the 
harltor of San Francisco t^tmW lie incumbered, or their 
free use interfered with, by f[c>aiii>, warec. merchandise, 
or other substance, whether Kxwe. or liuilt upon, or 
fixi-d to any such wharf, pier, ipiay. landing, or 
thiirouglifare, it shall U- the duty of the Commissioners 
V< notify, in writing (wliich service may be served by 
a Wharfinger, or the Secretary or Assistant S«<retary 
of the Board), the owner, agent, or occupant, or |>er8on 
placing or ki-epingsuch obstructions th«reon,to remove 
the same within twenty-four hours ntter the serving 
d such notice; and in case of failure to comply with 
•uch notice, and r«-nioT<> such obstrurtions, the own«r, 
agent, oocupant, or person notified shall he liable to 
pay the Cnmmisaionera the sum of twenty-five dollars 
for each and every day during which such ohstmoiion 
shall remain upon any sn«h wharf, pier, qnay. land- 
ing. Of thorough far*-; and the CommiFsinners shall 
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iMcumUering substance, and store the same in any 
BuitaWe, convenient, and safe place, and a sum equal 
to the amount of the expenses of the re'noval, 
together with all other necessary charges, shall he 
pai.l hv the owner of such incumbering substance to 
the fonnnissioners, and such sum and necessary 
charges shall be a lien on such substance unt. paid. 
The rate of dockage, wharfage, and toll, shall not 
exceed those established by the Board of State Harbor 
Connnissioners July f.rst, eighteen hundred and 
seventv-four. and dockage shall not be collected on 
anv vessel King at anchor outside of dock, whar , or 
slip Nothi'ng in this section sl>all be construed as 
authorizing the Board of Harbor Co.nm.ss.oners to 
construct anv railroad along and upon any open canal 
extending inland from said waterfront. But sa.d 
Harbor Commissioners may, when a waterfront rail- 
road shall be constructed by them, construct the same 
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!■ by the Harbor Commissioners, which creates a liability or 
11 authoriiies the payment of money, -hall be valid or of bind- 

12ing force unless signed by all three of the Commissioners 

13 and countersigned by the Secretary of the Board; nor shall 

14 any contract, involving the payment of money, be made by the 

16 said Commissioners, unless the amount then to the credit of 
16the Harbor Improvement Fund, together with the revenue estimat- 

17 ed to accrue up to the time of the maturity of such contract, 

18 over and above the current expenses of the Commission, be 

19 sufficient to meet the payments to become due thereon; PROVIDED, 

20 such estimate of revenue shall be limited, as to time, to five 

21 (6) years. 

22 Where the work to be done is the construction of a 

23 new wharf, bulkhead or breakwater, and its appurtenances, the 

24 Board may lease said wharf, bulkhead or breakwater and its 
26 appurtenances for a period not to exceed fiwe year* and for 

26 an anount not to exceed the cost of constructing eaid work, the 

27 rente therefrom to be applied. In whole or in part In paynent , 
ae for the cost of eueh oonatruetlon, and aald Board nay provld* 

29 in the contracts for the sane that the rents therefrosi shall be 

30 so applied, or the wort be paid for. In whole or in part, 
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PROCLAMATION!. 

EXECUT I VE DEPARTMENT , 

State Of California, 

Sacramento, July 28, 1900. 
To the People of Caljj^ornla: 

WHEREAS, The ninth day of September, A.D. 1900, will be the 
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Admission of California as a State into the 
Union, and said day will fall upon Sunday, thereby under the law making 
the Monday following a legal holiday; 

AND WHEREAS, The Society of Native Sens of the Golden West and 
its kindred society of Native Daughters of the Golden West have been 
for several years past preparing at great expense for a celebration 
appropriate to this epoch, and have designed that this Anniversary 
should be an occasicr. of jubilee and general rejoicing; and in further- 
ance of their laudable plan have requested the Executive to assist them 
by declaring Tuesday, September Eleventh, A.D. 1900, a legal holiday; 

AND WHEREAS, The splendid American patriotism and Icyal love 
for California which have impelled the members of said societies to this 
celebration find equal^reclprocal.and proper response among their fellow- 
citlr.ens of this State: 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, HE!mY T. GAGE, as Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim TUESDAY, THE KLEVEICTH DAY OP SEPT>3£BER, 
A. D. 1900. 4. ]^K^1 ^holiday. 

IN WITliESS WKERJ<X)P I have hereunto set 
ay hand and caused the Great Seal 
of this State to be hereunto 
affixed, this 28th day of July, 
A. D. 1900. 




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PROCLAMATION. 
EXECUTIVE DEPART?!E?IT , 

Stiite of California, Sacramento. 

To the People of California: 

WKEKKAS, a most erievoutj diaaster has befallen the State of 
Texas, occasioned b^ an appalling, hurricane visiting, the City of Qai- 
'•eston, and other tow-ns in its vicinity, which has resulted in great loss 
of human lives and the wide-spread destruction of property; 

AIH) WHEKFiAS the people of the State of California are moved 
with sorrow over the fritltful disaster, ami extend their deep sympathy 
to the people of Texas in their extreme affliction and distress; 

AND WHEREAS it has been represented to me this 14th day of 
September A.D. 1900, by Hia Excellency Joseph D. Sayers, the Governor 
of Texas, that the survivint. inhabitants of the said City of Galveston 
and of the adjacent tovk-ns, swept by the tempest, are in dire necessity 
for financial assistance; 

NOW, THEK>:P0RJ;, I do sincerely appeal to the people of the 
State of California, in the name of Christian charity and humanity, to 
join in affordint: the distressed people of "•» (4^^gij|<t<*«^Ni»*^«^"*< 
the devastated City of Galveston, and other destroyed towns, financial 

assistance. 

I recoonend that the Boards of Supervisors of the several 
Counties of thle State, and the Mayors and Councils of our several cities, 
appoint committees to collect money and to obtain supplies, and to take 
such necesiiary action as will most promptly facilitate the charitable 
purpose of assi sting; the unhappy people of Texas in their fcreat mis- 
fortune and extreme distress. 

I also appeal to the individual citizens to co-operate In this 
necessary and humane work. 



I further recoiiwnend thpt all money SJid contributions be 



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throueh the medium of the followlne Comralttee of Relief, reslnent In 






the Cit-^ wf Sail Frnncitivc , v.-hon; I have tjeiected, to— »it: I.Iessrs. I. W. 
Hellman, 7/iliiam Alford, Robert J. Tobin, Claus Spreckels, James L. 
Flood, A. A. Watkins (Fresitient of the Board oT Trade), Cnarles "elson / 
(President of the Chamber of Comnerce), and P. W. Dohmannj/U^/**-/--^ 'N^*^ 

The sal( Ccrmilttee is invested with power to appoint such 
other persons and sucoromate cokjii cites throut;hc'ut the Stale as they 
maj tieem requisit-e, ami to take such steps in the premises as tney may 
deen advl sable. 




IX Wir.rESS WFEJiPiOF, I have Hereunto 

set my hand anu causea the Great 
Seal cT this State to oe here- 
unto al'l.i>.ed, tr.is l^th day of 
Septemcer, A. D. 1900. 

Governor or ihe Sta;^ of California. 
Attest: 





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ELECTION P3.0CLAIIAJI0K 



1900.. 



ELECTION PRCCLAMATiOH^ 



STATE OF CALIPOENIA, 

Executive Departnent,. 
In accordar.ce witii law ttereunto directing me, 
I liereby procl^ and give notice, tHat a general election 



will beheld tliro\^liOut the State of California, on 
J ' ^lt!\1.y ' w/!^PTr.hAT 2 jL D. 19C0, at wti ct 6 1 ect ioH, 
tlie follovir^.- officerr vrill be elected^ nar.ely: 



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NIIC ELECTORS of PH2SIDENT and VIC PHESIDENT 

Of tiie United States, 

Also, SEVEU KEPM:SSNTATIVES to the CCNGEESS of the 
United States, being one representative fron each Con- 
gressional District, in the State, as prescribed by lair. 
Also, TWEHTY !iELIBERS OF THE S3CNAIE of the State 
of California, beinf; one senator from each of the fol- 
lowing senatorial districts as prescribed by law, to wit: 
First, Third, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, 
Eleventh, Thirteenth, Fifteenth, 
Seventeenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-first, 
Twenty-third, Twenty-fifth, Twenty- 
seventh, Twenty-ninth, Thirty-first, 
Thirty-third, Thirty-fifth, Thirty- 
seventh, Thirty-ninth, 
Also, EIGHTY IffiLffiEES OF THE ASSEIIBLY of the 
State of California, bein^r one member of the Asser.bly 
from each of the eighty asseiribly listricts in the State 
as prescribed by law. 



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Also, FCIP. JUDGES of the SUTSRIOR COUHT, o.f the 
State of Cnliforr.ia, in and for the Citi^ and County of 
San Francisco, for the tenr prescribed by law. 

Also, OUT JUDGE of the SUPERIOR COUKT of the 
State of Califon-ia, in and for the City and County of 
San Francisco, for the ixre:<Tired terr of Hhodes Borden, 
decea:-fd, term ending January 1905; Vice, Wr. P. 
Lavlor, apTOinted. 

Also, T77C JUDGrlS of the SUPERIOR COURT, of the 
State of California), in and for each of the folio-wing 
counties, to -rit: ALALEEA, FRESNO and LOS AIJGELES, for 
the tern prescribed by law. 

Also, ONE JUDGE of the SUPERIOR COURT of the 
State of California, in and for the County of Los 
Angeles, for the une:-Tired tern of William E, Clark, 
deceased, tern ending, January, 1903; Vice, TJ, 7, 
Fitzgerald, appointed. 

Also, ONE JUDGE of the SUPERIO" COURT of the 
State of California, in and for the followir^ counties, 
to wit: ]iADERA, RIVF-RBIDE, SAK BERNARDINO and KINGS, for 
the term prescribed by law, 

Ai«'«7- -eifii: JTO fla-»£ tiic i^nrarior ^Qtni l XTf f he 
S tatxi of Califorg ilai 1itT S"^ ~£As~-ii^-'eemttf trT^ant a 
Barbara,.. Tox tLA^<Mi8Arif*fl ^.trii •r '",^7n\ir»j -J— tj^naij, 
-ttrm annhij^ JiMWimji I llirf^' Vt«>i W.S.nijr, nr^alnimii , 
Also, ONE JUDGE of the SUPERIOR COURT of the 
State of California, in and for the County of Contra 
Costa, for the nnexpired tenn of Joseph P, Jones, de- 
ceased, term ending January 1903; Vice, Ite. S, WellJ^ 
appointed* 



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Also, 0N2 JUTGi: Of the SUPiaiOS. COURT of the 
State of Califcn:ia, in and for tlie Coiiiity of Zlerced, 
for the unexpired terr. of J. K, Lair, resigned, term 
ending Januar/ 190'iJ; Vice ^, G, Ostrander, appointed. 

Also, ONi JUDGE of tlie SUPilRIOIl COURT of the 
State of C''^.liforti?i, in arci for the Court:;- of S r.ta 
Clara, for the -unexpired terr of A. S, Kittridge, 
deceased, terr endirog January 1905; Vice, A* L, 
iUiOdes, appointed. 

Also, CN2 JUDGE of the SUPISUC?. COURT of the 
State of California, in ard for the County of San 
Dl«go, for the unexpired terr of John ";7, Hughes, 
deceased, tern endir^ January 1903^N •** »^<-.^^V-v*.-*i'<^.^^ir"Ti*J^/ 

Also, 0U2 JUDGE of tho SUPI^IOR COURT in and 
for the County of Sacra-ento, for the unexpired terr. ^ 
of Hatt F, Johnson, deceased, terr. ending- January 1903. 



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St at a nf .fin 1 i r^xa-la». Jai^-aiaA for Uie C^ttcty'd'T-Del 

otauAd,--*«rm gnct«ig • jaP- 'egrp y 'T9007' Vie«-f,"--iK- Ctitler, 

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And I do hereby offer a ,teward of One hundred 

dOilars ($100,Cy6) fo^th© arr»s-y and conviction of any 

person violatl^ any of^^e pr/vision? of Title lY, Part 

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1, of the Pedbl Code of th^State of Califor: ia; sxmh. 
reward to be/ paid until the t^al aiDOunt hereafter ex- 
pended for fho purpose reaches ta^ sur. of Ten thotteand 
dollars ($/o,000.00), 

IN TESTIliOHY '.V^2V£0F, I haveVereunto set ny 
hand and caused the Or^t Seal of the Sltf>.te to be fixed 

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at the City of Sacrac^to, State of Cali\rria, this 
day of A. D. 1900, 






CERTIFIED COPIES 



OF TlIK 



Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of the State 

To be Voted upon at the next GENERAL ELECTION to be held on the SIXTH day of NOVEMlij 



ABBEMBLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Ho. «. 

Adopted ill As>eiidilv, January HI. A. 1>. 1^9H- L". W. 
Kvle, Chief Clerk ■>f ilie .\ssenibly. 

Adopted in Senate, February It". A. D. 1*«. F. J. 
Brandon. Secretary of the Senate. 

This resolution wa.s transmitted to the <>.'vemor this 
17th day of February. A. P. 1S9!>. W. I. 1". ley, Private 
Secretary of the Governor. 

Ch.vpteb XVI. AssenMii Corutitntional A^nrndtnent So- 
r, to proposf to the peopit of the 'tatc of CtiUfornia an 
ameiulinent to Ihr constitution of the rtalf, amenilimj 
article thirteen bii addinfi a neu- section therein, to be 
known at section nnmher one and one half, relatimj to 
the exemption from taxation of all hiildin^! nted solely 
and excluHrelj) for religiouf n'orship. and so much of the 
real propertv on irhirh theii are tituateil at ma>i be 
reiiiiired for' the conrenient oh and •irci'iiotinn of sni<l 
hnildings. 

lUsoUed by the iissembli/, the senate cnncurrinit. That 
the legislature of the state of California, .it its rejiular 
session. coinraencin>: on the second du>" .'f January, 
eiiihteen hundred and niiiely-iiinc. two tiiirds of all 
members elected to each liouse eoncurrinj: hereby pro- 
poses that article thirteen of the constitution of saiii 
state he amended by adiling thereto a new -ection. to be 
known as section number one ami one half, which shall 
read as follows, to wit : 

Section I'j. All liuildin>.'s. and -o inur:. of the real 
property on which they are situated as m.iy be rtiiuired 
for the Convenient use "anil occupation of -.. d buildings 
when the same ar« used solely and i-.lusively for 
religious worship, sliall Iw free' from -axation; pro- 
i-ided. that no building so used which m:iv Ix' renle<l for 
religious purposes and rent receive*! l-v tfie owner 
Ihen'ftir. snail lieevenipt ff>ni taxation. 

Ai.DKX Am>h;sox. 
S|>e»ker of the .\--enibl\ . 
Tiios. Fl.iXT Jk.. 
I'resiilent pro tern, of the Senate. 
Allen C. F. Ci KBV, Secretary of State. 

Filed ill the oBice of the Secrttarv of State, the IT 
day of Feliv, \. D. ISSIH. C. V. Cnrrv, Si-.-ntarv of 
State. Itv J. Mo.sch. Depiiiv. 



ASSEMBLY C0M8TIT0T10NAL AMENDMBMT No 23. 

.\ilopteil in .\ssemhly. Februarv !.'■ .\. P. !•««•. r. W 
Kvle. Chief Clerk of the Assemble. 

Adoptcl in Senate, Marrli 2, A. (>. liWt. F. J. Kruiulon 
Secretary of the .s«.na|(.. 

Tliis resoliitii'ii was tr;in-miHecl to the <lovern..r this 
3 .lay of Mar.li, A. P. !««•. \V. I Fcd.y. Private 
Secretarj of the <io\<riior. 

CinnER XXIII. .isiemlAy Vonttiti'tional |..,»,.d,,i*Bt 
So. i.i. n retolotioti prop9innp to Ihr people nf tK, state 
"^ California <iii ninenantent to the conMtttoti'", „r the 
state, 6v adding a neo section, to be kno'rn ami ilr •.jnated 
as tection leu, iirtirle nine, thereof, eonlirotio'j Iff t,ninst 
ino of Ike Leiaud .Stanford .Junior tini'-ertitv, fh !r,jatift*t 
certain jtooers to the trustees there9f. ami o>it\„ri:ino 
the ereitptioH of certain of its property froot tftmtimt 

The legislainrj- of the stale iif California, ui it- ibirlx • 
ihir*l session, colli tiieneing on the second ila> of l.tnuiiry 
Anno Pomini mie thoiisnml eiirlil hnndri'd aii'i '.in.ty 
nine, two thinls of all the inemlNTselei-teil t,i eai li lioii**f 
of "aid leirislatiin' voting in favor thereof, herebv pro 
po«r- that u new •mtioii I* added to the ci«n»titition of 
•111 »i.ile of California, t.- tie known and ile»igii»le.| a> 
-I - 1 .'I ten. article nine, thereof. «« ti.n.»w« 

<, • .-, pi Tt.i tni-t- .111.1 ••'ati' . re-ite.! ',.- t|„ 



article thirteen, hy adding a neir .section thereto, to be 
knoo-n as sectirfU number one and three fourths, relating 
to the ereoiptioii from taxation of all bonds issued by the 
slate of Califitrnin. or by any counto, city, eitv and 
county, town, otunicipality, municipal corporation of 
any .sort, or district tinclnding school, reclamation and 
irrigation districts) u-ithin said state. 

Hesolved by the senate, the assembly rorwurring. That 
the legislature of the state of California, at its regular 
session, commencing on the second day of January, 
eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, two thirds of all 
members eleele<l to each house concurring, hereby pro- 
l»ises that article thirteen of the constitution of said 
state be ainendiil by adding thereto a new section, to be 
known as section niimlxr one and three fourths, which 
shall read as follows, to wit : 

Section 1^. .\ll bonds hen-after issued by the state 
of California, or liy any county, city and county, 
municipal corporatiim. or distriit (iiiclnding school, 
reclamation and irrigation districts) within said state, 
shall b«' free and exempt from ta.\ation. 

Thos. FtixT, Jr., 
President pro teni. of the Senate. 

Al.PES AXIIKRSOX. 

Speaker of the Assembly 
Attest: C. F. CiKKV. Secretary of State. 

Filed in the office of the Swretarv of State the 17th 
day of Manh. A. D. ISW. C. F. Curry. S«vretary of 
Stale. By J. Hoescb, Pepnty. 



8EXATE CONSTITttTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 4 

Adopteil in Senate. Man b 3. A. P. !>«>. F.J. Ilrandon. 
Set'fetarv of the Senate. 

Adopted in Assenibl>. March 1«, A. D. !>«». C. W 
Kvle, Chief Clerk of the Assembly. 

Thi- ri'solutiou was transmittiHl hv the Govenior this 
18 day of March. A. P. !■<!«>. W. I. "Foley. Private Sec- 
retary of the (lovernor. 

Cn^rrKK XXXV. Sptiiife Cotwtt/Md'ona/ .l»iefirfinen( So, 
( — .< resolution projiotimi to the peofile of the state of 
I'alifornia an amendment to the e^mstitution of the state 
by adding a new »«f(t«n, to he Jtnoiiii and designated as 
section tvo ami one half, article tiro, thereof, roncemino 
prioiary elections. 

The legislature of the state of California, at its thirty- 
third session, commencing on the second dav of January. 
.\nno jtomini one thousand eiirht hundred and ninety- 
nine, two thirds of all the meniiierseh-ctiil to each house 
of said legislature voting in fa»or thereof, hereby pro- 
|M>se that a new section Im' added to the constitution of 
the state of California, to l>e known and designated a>- 
section twiiand one half, article two, Ibere<if,as follows: 

Section 2',. The legislaliirt^ shall have the (Miwcr to 
• nael law- relative to the election of delegates to con- 
vention- of |uilitical (uirties at elections known and 
.ie.ignate.1 as primary eb-ctions. Also lodetermine the 
test- and ronditioiis iip..n which eleilor-. jxdilical 
parties, or ..rganitation- of votent. may participate in 
aiiv such i.riinary election, which U-sIs or condilion- 
mav b«- diftereiit from the tests and condition. re.|uire.l 
ami i«rmitted at other eleitions aiitliorirol bv law; or 
the legislature mav delegate the jHiwer to determine 
-neb tests or londitions. at primary ebvtion., to ih,. 
vari.ius i-.Iitical i>artir- iwrtiiipating then-in. It -hall 
also b.- lawful for the leinslatnre to pn-seriU- that any 
stich priniarv ideclion law "hall Iw obligalory and 
niundaiory in anv city, or any city ami conn'y. 



anyeountv. or in anv |H.litica( .iilnlivi.i.m 
rialr<l |»ipulalion. and that such law »UnV 
in anv citv. city and •onnty. loiintv, or 
divisii'.ii 111 a le««rr |Hipol.oi.o uii.l ( r 
-nib law may derlare tl.- 
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-hall apply in anv manner to these claims ; and provided 
further, that the "city of Vallejo, of Solano county, may 
'l .ly its exi.stiiig indebtedness incurred in the construc- 
1 ."n of its waterworks whenever twti thirds of the ele<t- 
1 -- thereof voting at an elet'tion held for that purpose 
shall so decide, and that no statute of limitations sliall 
apply in any manner. Any indebtedness or liability 
incurred contrary to this pro"vision. with the e.xceptions 
iiereinbefore recited, shall be void. 

Tiios. Flist. Jb.. 
President jiro leni. of the Senate. 
Aliiex AxnKRsox, 
S|>eaker of the Assembly. 
Attest: C. F. Ci bbv. Secn-tary of State. 

Filed in the office of the Secretary of State the 28 
day of March, A. P. !*,«. C. F. Curry. Secretary of 
State. By J. Hoesch, Pejiiity. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. IS. 

Adoi.le.1 111 Seii.ite. March U, A. 1>. \m>. F. J. Bran- 
ion. Secretary of the .Senate. 

Adopted in" Asstniblv. March 17, A. P. 1««. C. W. 
Kvle. Chief l lerk of the .Vsserablv. 

This res.ilution win. transmitteii hv the •Jovernor thi- 
IKday of March. .\. P. I-SW. \V. I. Foley. Private Sec- 
retary \A the Governor. 

Chmtkk XXX VH. Senate Constitutional Amendoient 

.\'o- !!— To jrrofwse to the people of the state of California 
amendinij the constitution of the state of California by 
amending seclivtis one. too. three, four, ten, tireire, four- 
teen, sixteen, serenleeu. ritjhteen, twenty-one. twenty-three. 
and_ twenty-four of article six thereof, relating to the 
' uUieusry^ and estublisking courts of ssppmsst. 

The b'gislatupe of the state of California, at its regular 
SI -ion commencing on the second dav of January. 

I _iiteen hundred and ninety-nine, two thinls of all the 

II Millers elect 111 to each of the houses of said legislature 
\ ting in favor thereof, hereby pro[K)ses that sections 
,,i e two three, four, ten, twelve, fourteen, si.xteen. seven- 
X.\-n eighteen, twentv-one, and twenty-three of article 
siv of the constitution of said sUte In? amended so as to 
read as follows: and that section Iwenty-fonr of said 
n-ticle be and the -atne i« ben'by annulleil : 

ARTICLE VI, Jtiiici.ii. pErviiTMtxT. 

-lECTIox 1. The judicial p<iwcr of the state shall be 
V, ^,.,1 in the senate, sitting as a court of imiij-achroenl. 
i„ a -ui.rt'me court, district courts of appeal, -iipenor 
r lurts u-tices of the i«ace. and -ucli inferior courts a- 
tlie legi-latun- may establish in any iiic.riH.mted city or 
i,,wn. or city and county. 

<iri •• The supreme court shall con-ist of a duel 
,„.iiceaiid four ass.-iate justice-: ,n-wi-/e./. that the 
rl.ief justice and the ass.xiate justice- in ofBie at the 
Imeof the adoption of this ameiuln.ent shall lontinue 
i'l olBce and constitute the court until tin expiration oT 

eir re.pe<live terms of office ; and ,nro,ided further, that 
• the eviilralion of tin term of office of the two ju-tice- 

. .M.ii: at the lit if the adoption of this amendment 

borte-i term- to serve, their. ifflce. shall l»-ab..li»he.l 

11,, |,n-«eii.e of a ti.aj..rity of the j.|.tice« shall b»- n.-ces 

.rv for the tran-action of business (ex.-ept such as ma> 

l„ ilone at chamliers). and the conciirrem.' of a majority 

.,( Ihr justices shall !«■ ne.e«sary to pr.-iioutice a judi: 

""The .iipreine court shall hold all of it- .e..i..n.at San 

1 -,- ' Ther«- shall !«• thn-e n'gnlar .^--loiin each 

Tiiigon the s<vond Monday in January. May 

..!m-i. Sl«^■ial sessions may bi' held at anj 

., , nlerof the chief justice or of threi a..,, iat. 

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amendments to the Constitution of the State of California, 



upon at the next GENERAL ELECTION to be held on the SIXTH day of NOVEMBER. A. D. 



1900. 



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article thirlern, hij aililitig a «»•" rectlnn thereto, to be 
knoii n n.t .^ectitm number one ami three fourths, relating 
to the exemfiliitii from laxatinnof all Im'nds ia/ued bii the 
Hate of California, or by any connti/, eiti/, ritit and 
county, town, in>inic>f>alitt/, municipal corporation of 
ani/ .tori, or di-ilricl iincludiiu) eehotti, reclainaliim and 
irrigation diitricts) uithin saiil ttate. 

Heiohed hi/ the senate, the a.'<.temhh/ cimeurrimi . Tliat 
itic lefrislature of tin- slate of California, at it.«"re);<ilar 
-cssion. coniniiiioinR on tlie ;ieooMd .lav of January, 
iMfc'litefn limulrid an.l ninetv-nine. two" tliinl? of a"ll 
members il«te.i to each hoii.«e conriirrinc. heribv pr..- 
I.o<e> thai artii-l.' tliirletii of the constitution of said 
-talc be amendeil by ail.iin^: thereto a new section, to be 
known as section niinilxr one and three fourths, which 
shall read a- follows, to wit : 

Section \\. \\\ bonds hen-after i-sueil by the state 
of California. ..r by any county, city and county, 
ninnicii'al corporation, or district dnchiilin^' scho<il, 
reclamation anil irrij;atioii districts) within said state, 
shall be free and exempt from taxation. 

Thos. Fi-I.vt. Jr.. 
President jiro tern. <d the !:?enate. 
Al I'KN Anpkkso.v. 
S|>eaker.if the -Assembly. 
.itttsi: C F. Ci KKY. .''ecrctary of ."^taie. 

Filed in the office ut the Setietarv of State the 17th 
day of Manlr. A. D. ISW. C. F. (^urry. Secretary of 
State. Ry J. Hm'sch. I)epnty. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 4 

.\.lo| tc.l ill s.ii.itc. Man II :i. A. Ii. l««i. 1'. J. llrsndun. 
Secreiarv of the Senate. 

Adoptid in A-seniblv. March 16. A. D. ISSW. C. W. 
Kvle. Chief Clerk of the Assembly. 

'rhis r*'solution \%as tran^mittetl bv the fioxeruor this 
IHday of Manh. A. P. istei. \V. I. "Foley. Private See- 
retary of the <!overnor. 

CM*rrKIi XXXV. Srmifr Cotufi'fiid'ona/ .l»iefiif»ienf So. 
i — A retotution prrtposin>i to the fieopir of the gtate of 
California an amendment fu the constitution of the state 
by adding a new section, to be knou-n and designated as 
section two and <jntf half, article two. thereof, coneeminti 
ftrimary election.-/. 

The le^jislatnre of the stale of California, at its thirty 
third session, com niencinj: on the second dav of Jannarx , 
.Vnno Motnini one thousand eiclit hundre<l and ninety 
nine, two third* of all the meniln'rs elected loeacli house 
of said le^slature voting i" favor thereof, henby pro- 
|M»*e that a new section m* atbletl to the consiitutlon of 
the stall' of California, to be known and de-i);iialeil a- 
-ection twound one half, article two, thereof, a- follows: 

Section 2'-. The IcKislalurc shall have tin- power lo 
■ nact laws relative lo tin- election of .leleirates to con 
vetilion- of political parties nl elections known and 
desijjnntiil as primary elections. Also todelermine Ihe 
lests atid cotidiii»>n"s up.»n which elwior*. jMilitical 
piirlie-. or ori:aniiation« of voters, may participate in 
anv *in !i jiriniary eleelioti. which te»Is or condition* 
nuiv be diflen-nt from the tests and eoinliiion. re.|iiire<l 
ami iHrinitleil at other el«stion« .lulhorired bv law; or 
till' lefislalnre may delejrale the power to •leteriiiin. 
-iicli te*ts or lonifitions, at priniary elei-tuins, to tie 
varioii- i.ilitical parties parti< ipatini: iherein. It shiiU 
also be lawful for llie leL'i-lature to pn-wriU Ibat un> 
"iieh priniary elerlion law "hall lie ohli^'alory anij 
niandatorjr ill" any eity. or anveilyaiid eouiity. or in 
any t ounly. or in any |Hiliiieaf snlHlivisi.m. of a desii* 
nuted p,ip"tdation. atid that such law shall be optional 
ill any ■ ;tv. eily and eoimty. eoiiniv. or |><i|ilieal snl. 
divisi.'.i, lit H le'sser |Hipulatiin and ("r «e< b [.er|«,„ 
*tieh law may deelan' Ilie j " v eitj 

.Old eo'iiiTv, eonnty. or jm-I ma\ 

.*!♦.• provide what, if any. ' ■ ele< 

'ion ollieirs in deiiin«l plat e* or pilit.iil >iil>li>l«ioii- 
ni»v n-eeive wilboni niakins < •«iiip«ii«nlioii eitlii , 



s!,.\ll apply in any manner to these claims ; and provided 
■■,rfher. that ilie city of Vallejo. of .Solano county, may 
1 .!> it- existing: indebtedness incurred in the coustruc- 
' 1 of its waterworks whenever tw\> thirds of the elect- 
- tliereof votint: at an elei tion held for that purjnise 
- .ill so decide, and that no statute of limilaiions shall 
a|'i>ly in any manner. Any indebtedness or liability 
incurred contrary to this iirovision. with the e.xce['tions 
1 crcinbefore recited, shall be void. 

Tiio». Flint. Jk., 
President pro tem. of the Senate. 

.Vlpks A.M'F.tsOX, 

Si^'aker of the Asseinbiv. 
IKMf ; C. F. ClBRV, Secretary of State. 

Filed in the office of the Sci-retarv of State the '!>■ 
day of March. A. I>. ISas. C. V. Curry, Secretary of 
S-.iie. By J. H.M'.sch. Deputy. 



SENATE CONSTITDTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 32. 

.\iuptcd in I^iii.i:,-. Mar. !. II. .\, 1'. \Kr.<. F. J. Hran- 
.lou. .Secretary of the Senate. 

Adopted in Assemblv. March 17, A. |l. l^im. C. W. 
Kvle, Chief I Icrk of the Assembly. 

Yhis resolution was iransniilte<l by the Oovernor thi- 
1< day of March. A. I). 1«««. W. I. Foley. Private Sec- 
retary .'f the (.iovernor. 

Chjptek XX.XVII. ^nnfr Conslitntional Amendmenf 
Xo- ££—To ttrofutxe to the jteujple of the state of California 
amendiioi the constitution of the state of California bu 
amendina sections ijti<. (1/0. three, four, ten, luelie. four- 
ten, sixteen, srrrnteen. riiihteen, tuentv-one. tuentii three 
and toenty fior of article sij thereof relatinci to the 
ntiitctary, and entahiishinff courts o/tsppent. 

The leifislature of the state of California, at its n^nlar 
se*siiiii commencin^r on the s«Tond dav of January, 
eichteen hun.Ired and ninelv-nine. two tfiinis of all the 
nieinliers elected to each of tlie bouses of said le^rislature 
V'tinc in favor thereof, hereby proposes that sections 
one. two, three, four, ten, twelve, f.iurteen. si v teen, seven 
t.eii. eighteen, twenty-one. »n<l twenty-three of article 
six of tne c.uistitution of said state l»e aniende«l so as to 
read as f.illows: and that section twenly-fiinr of sni.l 
article be an.l the same i* hereby annulled : 

AltTICLF VI. JlIUllM. llKriRTMKNT. 

Skctiox 1. The judicial power of the stale shall In- 
vesletl in the senate, siltintt as a conn of imiieachment. 
in a supreme court, district courts of appeal, superior 
c.uirls. justices of the i«aie. an.l such inferior lourts as 
the legislature may establish in any incori>oraied city or 
town, or city and county. 

Sec. '1. The supreme court shall consist ol a cliiei 
iiisiice and four ass.Hiate justices : provided, that the 
chief justice and the assiHMute justice* in ofti.e al the 
time of the adoption of this amen.lnieiit shall 1 .intinue 
ill office anil con-titule the court until tin expiration of 
ilieir resiieetive term* of office; and proridrd further, that 
■It the expiration of the lerni of office of the two jii-tices 
h.ivin(: at the time of the adopii..n ..f ilii« ameii.liiient 
tlieshorte*! term* to serve, theiroffiiessliall In' abolished 

_ ._ t .;..«•.. ..# 4I... iii.ti..i>M >.l,,ill Ht, fii.<.«*s 



justice 1.. nil the vacancy. Such election shall take 
place al the next succeeding general election at which 
stale .ifflcers are elected, and the justice so ele.ted shall 
Hold the ..iice f.,r the remainder of the unexpired term. 

the lusiif.s of each of the district courts of apiieal 
snail ele<t ,,ne of their number as a presi.linL- justice 
riie pre-.e.,, .. ,,f three justice- shall be necessary for the 
transacii..,! t any busine-s bv such .'..un, an.fthe c.jn- 
currence ..f iw.. justices shall be necessary t.i pronounce 
a jnd^meii! • ' 

\\ hetiev.-r any justice of the supreme court is for any 
reason ills,, ...;i;,e,i ur ,i„jjl,Ie to act in a cause p«ndin"»; 
oeioreit.t,.. r. mainin^; justices may select .ne of the 
justices ,,f , i;.,rictc..urt of appeaffiact , r.. temiwre 
in the 1. jc- ; ,',e justice so dis.jualilie.l ..r unable to 
act. H ii. :,, \,.r aiiv jn.stice of a district court of appeal 

IS for any r.a, lisqualilied or unable to act in anv 

cause i*n.l:n.- U.f.,re it the chief ju-tice may apiK.int a 
judt-'e ..f . .'[p.-nor court, wh.i has n.ii a."te.| in the 
cause in II.. ,i,rt l>el.,w, toact pr.i teinp..re in the place 
01 tne jiist;, ,. „ .lis.pialirie.l ..r unable t.iact. .\ justice 
.If one .lisiri. t . .un ..f apisal may at anv time sit as a 
justice pr.. ■. miH.re in any other district court of apical 
upon the wr.'t.i, re.iue.-t ..f any justice of sai.I court; 
every just;. . i - . temp.)re of the su|.reme court or of the 
district I'our f ap^H.•al, while acliujr as such, shall have 
the same j ,,.. r .,|„i imthority .1* the i'.i*tice of such 
<'oun. 

The several .listriet courts of apjs-al shall have apiiel- 
late jurisdicti 11 in every civil action, pr.K-ee.l:ii)t and 
s(K'Cial I'roi., iini: coininence<l and .leiermine.!. an.l 
(.in .jue-t; .11 ,,f law alone) in ev.ry criminal action 
prosecuteil l.y iiidictinent or inf.irniatioii in the supt'rior 
courts withii iheir several apinllate districts, exceptint: 
only th.ise a. 'i.ins, pr.>cecKlini.'s .>r s[<e<:ial priMeedinirs 
in which an ijpeal direct to the supreme cmrt from the 
superior court- is exj.ressly allowed by this article. The 
statutes now in force alb»w-in^:. provi'Tini.' for ami repii- 
iMtiiiis .*|.p««ls I.' Hie -iipreme conn -hail ajiply t^. 
appeals to tlu* >|istri<'1 courts .»f ap|.4*nl -o far as corrsist- 
eiit with this article until the ledislaliire shall iimlce 
provisions f..r ai.isal* to sai.f c.iurts. 

The judirnient- and .lecree* ..f the district courts .if 
ipi^eal shall he linal in all cause- .'riibniced within their 



'"I l^**' .-"«.« i»e It II a I III ail i a.isi - .-iiiuiim en » , iiii.i .uk-i. 
apjiellate jurisdii'tion. except in the followinir cases : 

In any cause lU'cided by a ilistriit court of ap|H'al. if 
the decision 01 such court .d ap|s'al conflict- with a pre- 
vious decision of the supreme .■ourt. .>r .if another dis- 
trict court of apIM'al. the supreme e..urt shall, u|>on 
petition to be tiled within thirty .lays after entry .»f 
jinl^meni in the .listriet c.nirt of ajii^'al. onlcr the c«use 
lo be heard by the supreme court, an.l tliereiij»..n Ihi- 
rts-or.l shall 1m* transmitted to the supreme coiiri. which 
shall hear and .leiermine the cause. 

The snpretm' court, or any justice thereof, shall have 
ji.iwer lo is-ue writs of habeas corpus, an«l tin* supn-nie 
court shall base p.iwer l.i issue writs of nniu'lamus, 
certiorari, and priliibiti.ui i.i the district c.iurls of 
apix'^il, and shall likewise have power t.i issue all writs. 
orders, and pr.H ess necessary ..r pro|K'r to the eoinplete 
and efl'ecinal exerci-e of its ai.|*llale juris.lietion. It 
shall also have j-ower to issue writ* .if tnandanius. 
certiorari, and proliibition in any mat;er affeetini! a 
-tale. C'.nirressional, or pri'sidential eleelion. The dis- 
irict c..uris of appeal shall have jwiwer l.i i*s;ie within 
ilieir resjieelive di-lricts writs of man.lanius. certiorari, 
i.rohibiti.in, .(Uo narratiio,aii.| liaU'as c..rpu«, and shall 
likewi-i' have niwer within -ucli .li-iricis to issue all 
tlieshorte*tterm*.oser>e,,i.eiroi.ee.*,,.o....^-j^...-»^^^^^ ,,^ ^,,,1 „^,,_,^_ n.se-sarv or pr..is-r to the complete 

The presence of a inajonty..flheju.ti.essii.ilb.M,.^^^^^^^ ,,fectual ex. r, ise ..f their' aps-lla-e ,uris.|iction 

sary for the tnii.saci.on o| husitiess except '•«••'»'"' ^Ucll ju-liee of the dislri.t cour*''.^ ap|.a1 shall have 

U' d.ine ai chamlK-r-l an.l ili ''7"' Vm^ a' idi po«er M issue wnis ..f h.l-as corpus M anv part .if tli. 

of the justices .hnll Ix' ni'ee«sary to proii.iiince a juui; 1 ,. ' . ■ ' . 

The -upreiiie court shall li.ild all of it* se-sionsnt San 
Francisco. There shall l>e ilir»'e rettnlar ..— i.iiis each 
year beirinninc on the «ee..n.l Monday in January. Ma> . 
■ind St-pteinlxT. SiMtial s<'ssi,,ii. may lie lieM at an> 
'tinieonlheonlerof the chief justice. .r. .ft lire. i.*.«tai. 

1 i-tic«'-. . . , , 

Tliechief jiiniice and the iuslif»« of the supreme conn 

-liall Iw ele<'te<l bv Ibe .|anfiflr.l elerlors of the state al 

i:e a' the temnil •laie elei lions at the limes and 

,i * al wbieli -tjiie officers are elis IihI, and the lerm of 

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..(ftce -hall In- lwel\e years from an.l after the Hr»t Moii 
,..iv after Ibe iir«l day of January next •iiec«-<itlnK Iheir 

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|ari- .if lifp. ami 
all' f i.'alif.iniia. 
kin iii.l <i(jlity 
III -In- rity all.! 
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iTiiuiallv r>'pori 
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< I iLin , ."iviniary nf ritatf 



Kileil ill tl rtlii- I'f llu- Srin-tarv nf Stale, thi' 

.lav nf March. A. I> 1««». f Y Oiirry. .><..rftar> 
Stilif, Rv .1 ll.M-i'li llfimlv. 



SENATE CONSTITOTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 



A. |l. 1- 



I..1. lira, 



teu.i- 

en if 



\iUi|iti'.| 111 .<. iial.- Maul 
-.^ii'iHtarv nf till' SfiiatH. 

A'i.i|it".-.l ill A<s.iiilily. Marrli Hi, A. h. l*i!l. <'■ W 
kvlo. riiiif Ck'rk ..f till A'.-.-iiilily. 

Yliis ri'.ihili.iii wa> iraii~mitti..l liv llii- (imi-rii.ir lli.- 
|S ilay 111 March. A. D. I**'. W. I. Knlcy. I'^i^at. 
Soirctary nf the tinviTiinr. 

I'li.MTr.K XXXVI. SfiitUe i'oiiHitttliunii' AtHrmhiteHt A... 
'—I'rojmfrd niiteii.lmenl to nrtielf .«i> n/f/if foiutitiitiun 
relative to (/nr romprufation of xnjtrrwt niiit miprrio 
ntort juiiijef. 

The K'nislaturr nf llie state of Califniiiia. at its ihin.v 
lliin! «f.<si.iii. two tliir.ls nf all 111.' iii.Miiliirs olfiti'.l t.. 
llu- s. iiati' ami a«scMiilily vnliiiK ili<'ri'fnr. |.im|i.is. 
lllf utialillcil uh-clnrs n* 'he slate the follon-illK ■>■" 
imrit <.i the inii.stitutinii: That sertinii seveiifei 
aoicle six he aiiiemieil sn as tu read : 

"iectinii 17. The jiisti.i-- nf Ih.' siijireme euiirt and 
iudge« nf ihe siiiK'rinr loiirt -hall severally, at state.l 
"limes .liirint: their ciintiinianie in ntfiee. receive fnr their 
-erv'ccs a cnniiieiistttinn which shall ii.it lie increased nr 
.|iiiiinislie.t after ilieir elecli.m. iinr diirint: the term for 
which thev shall lia\.- heeti ehnted. which ompeniMi- 
tinn shall lie pai.l hv the state. Iiitil ,>therwise chau(;e.l 
hv the leL'islatnre, tli.- annual salaries nf the iiistices of 
the siipniiie cniirt shall he six thniisan.l dollars each, 
ami the siiiierinr court jiid>:es shall receiv.. the salanes 
iiinv allnweil hv law. payahle nmnthly. Eaih jiul>:e nf 
the suiK-rior c'nnri mav ai.ii.iint a cnmpetent stenO|r- 
raiih.T Inrhi- c.iurt. wlm shall hnid nlliee .luring ^'o.Hl 
beliavior Such slciini:raii|ier shall receive a salary fnr 
reimrtiiif. pavahh- bv 'he state, and fees for traiiwni. 
tioii when reiiiiired, payable in criminal cases by tin 
cnuntv.aiid ill civil cases hv the part v .irilennp the same. 
Such salary, which may vary in diftereiit c.iiiiities in 
proimrtinn'tn .liities. ami such fees shall be fixed by law. 

Tnns. Kl.iXT, Ji:.. 
I'n-siilent pro teni. nf the Senate. 
Alius AxiiKKsnx, 
Speaker. if I In- As~enibl>. 
Attett: t-'. V. 1 ritia, Secretary nf State. 



Kileil in the . 
.luv nf March. 
Sttite. Hv.l. II 



ittic- nf the Secretary nf State, tiie a* 
A. I>. IKili. <". K. furry. Secretary nf 
Ms.'h. |)epiity. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No IS 

I- . J. liran.lnti. 



A.lopted in Senal.-, Mar. li :i. A. I>. 1«« 
Swretarv nf the >enate. 

Adopte.1 in Assembly. March li*. A 
Kyle, Chief t'lerk nf the Assembly. 



ll. ISSKI. <■. \V. 



Srnitte i'onxtUiittoiial 



. _ Ir/irniliiiriif -Vo. ;.■. I ir.'ofiifiun (" 

fwopoif I'l tht ftenpU of Ihe Hate of California an amentl- 
inciif til section eighteen of article eleren of the eonttHv- 
(ion, in relation to rerenne and taxation. 

Jiesolved III! the tenale. the atteinhhj roneurring. That 
the legislature of the -t«te of California, at its rvcnlar 
-essinn cnmnieneiiiK nn the siK'nnd day nf January 
ii;:hteen hundred and iiiiietvnine, twn thinls nf tli.- 
members ele.te.i tn .a. Ii nf the tw.i houses vntiiii: in 
tavor thereof, henhv propose^ that "eitinii eiKlitepii of 

..rticle eleven nf th. nstitutinii nf the -late nf Call- 

t.irnia be amende.l t.i read as fnllnws; 

Sectinn I*. No county, city. town, township. Uiartl 
..f education or schixd .lis'tricfs. shall incur any imlebted- 
ness or liability in any manner nr fnr any puri^isi 
excee.linn in anV year tlie in.'.inie ami revenue iirovide.! 
fnr su. h year, without the as.ent .if two thirds nf the 
.lualilifl elect.ir;. thereof, vniiiic at an elec'inii to be 
held fnr that imrpoie. n.ir unles- befnn' or at the time 
of iiiciirritii: -iicli indebtedness pmvisioii shall bi- m:ul> 
for the .iiUeitinn of an annual tax sulllcient to ]•»}• the 
interest mi such iiiilelite.lness as il falls .hie. and aUn 
ppivisinn In con-litute a -inkiiii; fund fnr the jwymeiii 
• if the )iriiiei|ial therenf ..ti .ir liefnre maturity, which 
-hall not excci'd forty y.ars from the time ..f cniiiract 
in>! the -ame ; provided, hnverer. that thecity and c.iiint> 
nf San Fraiici-i-.i mav ai any time (Mty the iiii|iai.l .laim-. 
with int.'re-t then'.Mi at t"lie rat.- of liv.- (x-r cent per 
annum, for inat.-rial- furnished i.. ami w..rk .lone f.>r 
-ai.l citv ami . niiniv durinK the fnrtylir..t. fi.ny-ec.md. 
fortv-thinl, f..rtvf.i".inh, ami tifiieili .'''-,■»'> '■•'■■• •"•^''.n 
.,„,«i.l te«brrs ..larir. f..r the ''""•'Lili^i",^ ."Vei, r 
.,1 the liicme and r.-»enu« "' "1>',,""7^i';<^^ „„, 

„.,, I .|...la.- ..11. 1 -I...' ■... -lai 11. •.! I"c '.'I - 



I '.. tl.lLI. 

If a vacancy .«-eiir in the ofBeenl a ju-tii-e the unvemnr 
-mil aplMiilil'a jK-rsim t.i hold the olflce until ilieelec- 

-M and .|iialitiialiiiii nf a ju-tice to till Ihe \acniic.\ 

all ili-.tinii -hall tak.' plac- at Ihonexl .u.-.-.-e.lin^ 
i;vtieral eleclion at which state ..ftlciTS are ele<-leil, and 
11.1- jii-tiei-nel.-< t.sl shall hnl.l the ..m.-efortbe remain 
it.-rof the ttnevpireil term. 

The supreme court shall hase apin-llale jurisdicti..ii 

• lireet from the sui>erior courts in .very actinti. proceed 
.M;; nr sjiecial pri«-eediiii.' when- is necessarily .Irawii in 
ii'ic-tinii the \ali.lity nf a stalulc nr of an authority 
. \ercise.l iimler the I'liin-l Stale-: or when- is ne.;es- 
-■arilv ilrawii in .jucstinn the \ali.lity nf th.- c.institutioii 
. r ai'iv siatuti- nf or auth.irity eM-n-i-.'l under llii- slat. 

1 the ^.'r.iuiid nf beiiij; rep-iLniant In the cniistiiiitinii 

• . law- nf the Iniie.l States; ..r where i- necessarilv 
■Irawn in .{Uesti.m the vali.lily nf any statute of .>r 
aiitlinritv cxcrcis.Hl umler thi- state .in tin; irroiiii.l .d 
!»-iii(t rt'pu^-nunt in the .niistitution nf this -late-, nr 
«liere is necessarily drawn in .niestinn the U-trality nf 
liny tax, inipnst nr assessnieiit ; in all pr.K-i-tslinc- in 

• xercise nf the licht nf I'lnincnl .Inniain; in aclinns ..r 
irnceeiliiiK- fnr usiirpatinn nr iniriisinii iiitn, nr unlaw 
fill hoKliii-' of, a public framlii-e: also In all criminal 
tiitinns (nn .lUe-liniis nf l.iw al. .111-1 in which tin- judt- 

• iieiil shall ll,- death or iuiiiri-niim.iit fnr lifi- ; ami als.. 
ill all case- in whicli the fact ..f the a.lnptinn by a city. 
..r of il citv ami c.iuiiiy, nf a charter for it- nwii iri.yirn- 
iceiit, nr ihe vali.liiy nf tin- -ami-, or any part ilierenf. 
nmf anv auth.iritv ,'\irci-ed ilieri-iui.i. r. i- iii-c.--anh 

ilruwii i'l. .|Uestinli. It >liull al-n lia\. app. Hut.- juris 

.iictuin in every action, proceeding or special pr.>.-e<Mliiij; 
.1. termined by "any .li-triet c.iun nf appeal the recnnl in 
uhich may, by oriler pursuant to the further provision- 
. n these s"ulije(-ls hi-reiuafter contained in this article. 
;.i- directeil to be traiisinitttil to il. It -hall also have 
1 irisdictinii in every actinn. iimcecdinj; ami special pro 
i.edint: which sliaH aclually have l).-.-ii submitl.-.l t.i it 
I inleiisinii liefnre Ihe nrnani/ation nf the .lisirii-t c-uirt- 
,f appeal established by this ameii.lm.-nt. an. I nf every 
iicndinir cause which shall not be traiisferahl.- In the ili- 
■rict courts nf appeal as hereinafter provideil. And in 
ill case- in which the supreme ...uri -hall ac.iuire iiiri-- 
.lictioii it shall liav.. further jurisdi.tinii t.i de.-iile all 

(Ucstions properly pre-.-nti'il on the r.-cord. whether. ir 
ri.ithey hv -ucli asnf themsclve- wmild ..ntille thecnun 

.. lake jurisilicli.iii nf th.- cans.-. 
Se. . :i. The -late i- hereby di\i.le>l int.. ihn-.- appel 

I'e liistrict-. ill each nf which there shall iK-adi-triii 
iiirl nf ap|.eal.cnnsisliiii: nf llire«. justices. There shall 

.. each yearlH- fniirretrtilar -essinn- nf ea.li .li-tni-t cniin 

• appe;il,.-.'mniencin): .m tli<- sec.nd M.uiday in tehru 

■ rv. May, Aii>;ust and Nnvember. SjuH-ial si-s-iniis nia> 

•i' belli "at any time upmi the nr.l.-r of the court. 
The rtrsi a|i|iellMleili-trict shall emlirac- the f.illnwin^- 

..untie- : San Krancis<-o, Marin. Cniitra Cn-ia. Alameda, 
-an Maien, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz. M..iiierey. and San 
B.nii.i. 11 tti. ial de-itfuaiion nf the .li-tnci court of 

.1. Ileal ill this district shall he - The l.'niin -d Api*al nf 
•he Stale .if California in and fnrihe First District^ and 

I shall hold il- -essions at the city and . niiniy of San 
Francisco. . . , ,, , i « i 

The secomi apiiellate distnct -hall i-mlirac. the lol- 
Inwind nanie.1 c.iunlie- in the stati : Fresno, riilar*' 
Kinirs San Luis Ohisiw. Kern. Inyo. Santa Barbara. 
Ventura. I...s An«eles, San Bcrnanlin.i, t»ra!i>:e. Kiver- 
-i.le, an.l San l>iet;o. The .ifficial .l.-siL'tiation ..f t i.- 

• listrict i-niiri nf ajUH-al for thi- .listn.i shall he " T he 
r.iurt ..f Appeal of the Stat, of California iii and f.ir th. 
Secoii.l District." aii.l the cirt -hall ImM it- sessi.ui- 
it thecity nf I.,.s Antreles. ,, , 1,1. 

The tliir\l api«'llate di-tricl shall embrace th,' I.illow- 
,ni:nam.ilc.>iiiiti.-: I»el Norte. Siskiv.ui. M.-l."-_Hum 
linldl. Trinity. Shasta. Ijtsseii. Tehamii, I'lunia- 
Mend.K-ino, l^ke. Cnlusa. illenii. Hutte. Sierra, Sutler. 
Yuh-j. Neva.la, .Sonoma. Napa. V.do. I'lai-er. S.ilaii... 
Sacrament.., El K.irad.i. .>ian Jna.iuiii. Ania.l.>r. < ala- 
\cra-. Slanislaii-. Tu.ilumne. Alpine. Mono. Manrosa. 
Ma.l.Ta. an.l Mer.-,'.l. Tin- ..mcial .le-iitnali.in of the 
li-trict ,'..iiri ..f aj.peal ..f this di-trict shall h.' -T 1. 
Court of Aptieal ..f the State .if California in ami fnr the 
riiir.l District,- an.l th.-enun -hall ImM it- -es«iniis at 
thecitvnf Sacram.ntn. 

The'le|.'i-latiir>' mav remove .itie or more I'ottntie- 
from ..ne apellate di'-lrict to another, but no county 
n.it c.intiiruniis In another .•.uinty nf a di«tnet shall h, 
idde.1 to such district. , , ,, u 

The ju«tice- of the .listricl c.inrts ..f apiM-al shall bt 

• le. t..l by tin- ,|nalitied eli^ct..r« within their i'es|ie, tiv, 
.|i-iri,-t- at th.' (.'i-neral -tat,- eliiii,>n- al the tiiiie- 
aiid place- at which «tnt. ..fficen. are el.-.-t,-.l. ami tin 
term ..f ..tlice -hall Is- twcKe year« from and after th. 
lir-l Monday after the lirst .lav ..f J.iiiii«r> n.-y siic- 
i-.i-<linntheelecti..n: j.r..i-i.(r.f. I hat <.ti nr l»-tnr.- th.' lii--i 
.lav nf January after this aiiiemlnient take- eflc<t th. 

•n\erti.ir .lmirapi~iiiit thr.^<- justice, fnr each .listnc' 
•". i.irt nf apiK^Hl. tn le-ld ..fllce until .lUaliti.-atnm of lu- 
lie- to b<el<-cle.l at Ihe next sue.-.-e.linis ireneral cUn • 
linn Th,- iusii.es of eiuh .listrict curt •>' ap|><-«! »■• 
elect.nl at the tlr-t ,-l.-eti.in -hall, at their tir-i me.-tiim 



.-c- 1 except ,'X parltr 
' -inn f'.r .le.-isi.in »t 
nr 111 an\; .listrict 



iprilii.' 

.K'l .1,-eisi.iiis .if the supreme court ami 
. .rt- ..f app.-al shall he ifiveii in writin»i 
* • shall Ix- stated. A 




irvument "^ 

applications! 

anv otic tini. i' 

i-.iiirt of apiieil. 

of theili-tn.l .' 

ami the ;:rniiii.l- of the decision 

remittitur .ir miiinhiie must issue on every juditment of 

sai.l c.iurts on -.r bef.ire the expiration nf thirty .lays 

after Ihe reii.litinii thereof. 

S»:. 4. The -ipniue c.iiirt shall, up-.n the i.ruani/a- 
ti.in nf the disiriit .•oiirt* of ap|ieal, tr«ii-f<-r to them 
res|>eclively any .aUM's then (-•ndini; in the supreme 
court and liliich have not been hcar.l as ar.' within the 
I'las- of cause* '.ver which -iich .listrict court- have 
appellal,. jurisiti. linn; ami upnn such transfer the dis- 
trii-t i-.iiirts nf aii|»-al -hall have full juri-ili.-tinii t.. hear 
an.l deterniiiie t'e -ame. 

St. . |o Jii-ii. . - nf the -uprem.- i-niirt, .d the .listni-t 
i-ourt- ..f apiM-ai aifl iu.l^'es ..f the -iiiMTior courts may 
h.^ reni^iv,'.! by r •ii.urretii r.-.dutinn of l"itli hniis.-s of 
the levn-lature il.ipi.Kl hv a twn ihinl- vnte nf each 
house. All ..111. r ludh-ialnmcers except justices ..f the 
iwac-e may be retn-ced by the senate .111 the r.-comnienda- 
ti.m .if tlie irovirnnr: hut no removal shall he made by 
xirtue .d this --cii.in uiib-ss the reasniis therefor be 
.•nt.ri^.l on the i'.iriial. nor mile— the party enmplainol 
nf ha- iieeii -ern'.l with a .-npv of the cnniplaint aiMinst 
him and -hall !..ne ha.l an oiiiHirtnnity of l>ein»: lieanl 
ill liis.Iefen-e. .hi the .lue-tioii "if rein.ival theay..san.| 

- -hall he eiii.T.-.l nil tin- journal. 

■iK. . I'-'. Th. -upren iit. tin- -li-trii-t .-.. irt- nf 

appeal, the sui cri.ir courts, an.l such .ittier courts a- the 
h^pi-lalure mav T.reserilie, sliall tie court -.d record. 

Ski. It. riiV . .luntv ch-rk- -hall he .-x orti.i.i derk- 
nf tlK'cnurt- .if ri-cr.! in an.l f.ir their re-jieciiye coun- 
ties or i-ities and counti.-s. The leiiislature may als.. 
pr.ivide for the appointment hy the several suiierior 
courts of line ..r mnr.- .'immis-ioners in th,-ir r,-si*ctive 
.■nunties.ircitie- and ...unties with aiitlinritv m |ierforni 
chamlier hii-iue- •'( the ju^lces of the sujiennr courts, t.. 
take .le|><.«iti..n-.aii.l pcrf.irni such other husiness con- 
necte.1 with tin- a.lministniti.ui >d ju-ti.e as may lie 
iirescrilK-.| hv law. . ■ , ,_ j 

Si-i . Iti. The legislature shall pnivnlc for the speedy 
ami miifonii publication of such opinions ..f the 
supreme court and of the district courts of appeal as 
mav be ordere.l bv sai.l courts resiiectively, ami all 
sticli opinions sim'll l>e free f.ir publication by any 
person. , 

Ski. 17. Till- justic,-- of the supreme courl. of the 
district .ourts of api«al. and the iudce- ..f the sufienor 
courts shall severally, at -tate.1 times durini; their 
continiwn.. in ..IHce." r<-<eiye fnr their -.'rvices a com- 
I»-nsaii..ii wiiich shall n..t be increase.1 or .liminished 
after their el. -.-ti^in n.ir .luring' the term for which thev 
-hall have U-eu electe.1. The -alarie- ..f the justices of 
the-ipreni, .■..urt.of the district curts of apj*,^l and 
..f the judi.''-- ..f the sujierior ..mrts shall he pai.l by the 
state fnle— ..tlierwise chantred by the leirislature the 
annual salari.- ..f the justi.-e- ..f the siij.rcme c.iurt and 
.if the .li-irict cnurts .d apiieal shall he six th.iusand 
• lollarseach. Inless otherwis.- chamre'l bv the lemsla- 
mre the iu.lKes .if the -u^ierior i-oiirt -hall receive an 
annual salary as now proMil.-.l hy I.1W. 

Skc ih. The justices of the -uiin-nic court, .d the 
.li-trict curt- nf apix-.tl. and the judges of the superi.ir 
...iirts -hall Ih- ineligible to anv other office or public 
.-mplnvmeiii than a iu.licial ..flice nr employment 
.lurini th.- tenii fnr winch thev -hall have bi-en .lecteil 
Sk. . i\. I'lie -npreme .niirt -hall api»iinl a clerk of 
that COUP, hut the present cl.-rk of the ...urt -hall h.dd 
..Itlce until the expiration of his term of ■'(ttco . » phoiii>- 
'rapliic reiMirter. and a bailiff, who -hall severally hold 
his offi.-e ami he rem.ivable a- the pleasure nf the curt. 
Each . li-trict I'.uirt nf api*al shall api-mit a clerk, i.lio- 
iimrraphii- repi-rter and bailiff, who shall severally h.jl.l 
hi- .iin.-e an.l !..• n-uinvable at the pleasure nf the curl 
bv which he i- appointi-d. The -uprem.- curt -hall 
li.iMiint a r.-p.irer of deci-iniis. who shall appoint ati 
a—i-tant reii.irier for each .>f th.- .li«tnct .niirts of 
•ipi«-al \I1 of -aid ..ffi.er- shall hnld .illlce and be 
ntn.ivable it the pleasun- .d •Ik- -uprem.- c. urt. The 
.lecisi.ms .d tin- .li-trict court- ..f ai.fs-al shall be pul>- 
lished in the sam,- vnlumes with the niumniis ..f the 
-uprtnie curt uml.-r the -jtme ireneral title .•! Califoriiia 
Keis.rt- and all -Tatute- in relation to the publicatioii 
.d the .ipiiiinii- nf the supreme court shall b«' .leemed 
... apply tn th.- publication ..f the .lccisi..ii- of 'he .li- 
triet cniirt- nf apiieal. , ^ , 

Sk. . Xi. Nn .'lie shall Ix" eligible m th.- ol«.-e ..f a 
iii-tice .d the -upnnie curt, or ..f a district .-..urt .if 
apiH^al, or of a iudce of a «uj*rior curt, utile-* he «h*ll 
have U'eii a.lmitte.1 to pra, tice Iwf.re the -upr..mec.nirt 

nf the Stat.-. . _ . J .. 

Sic. J4. No juiliie .d the supn-me c.iurt, ii.ir oi a 
district curt of api»«l», nor of a su|s-n..r court, shall 
.Iraw .ir receive anv monthly -alary unless he shall taKe 
.nd subscrilie an affl.lavit Wf.Te an olBeer eiititleil to 
administer ..aths that n.i cause in hi- .-.mrl remains 
iin.leeide<l that has l>e<Mi -iil.niittr.1 t..r .Iwi-h.n f.ir the 
l»rio.I ..f nif'.v.lays. 

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SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Ho. 9. 

\.l..|.t€-.i 111 .-.Mil ti-. Malrh.i. .V. 1'. l-:«i. I- . .1. linill'l"!' 
-iiTi'tarv .if Till- Si'tialt'. 

AiLu'l'i-il ill A-'s.'iiilily. March |ti. A. 1 1. IHSII). C. W 
Kvl.', <'liiff Clerk .>f llii- Aiseuilily. 

'riiis re^iiliiti.iii was traii^niitie.l liv the iMAeniur tlii^ 
IS ,lay i.f March. A. 1». H'*'. W.' I. K'.ley. |•ri^.•lt. 
S'<-retary of the tonernor. 

*'ii.\i'Tf.K XX-XVI. SfHtite i'oHHUntiouitf Am^tidhieul S". 
'1 — l*ruimfirtl ft infill hue lit tn itfiici* nix nftlie totixtitiitiuii 
rclatiit to tti€ rotiijiensntiou of Kufirriiie ttutt .tiifierin 
court Jmiiten. 

The legislature of tiie state of California, at its thirt> 
thiril session, two tliinls of all the iin'Tiiliirs eh'<-t«il 1' 
liu- senate aii.l ;i^seinl>lv v.itin^ iherel.T. i.r..|..»si-s It- 
the iiuallHeil elector"' of the «tBTe the followiiiB nnM>wl- 
nunt I.I the eonstitution: That seeli.iii ^evenU'cn m 
article six he aiiieniied so as to read; 

Section IT. The jiistiee< of the supreme court ami 
lU.lnes "f the suit-rior court -hall severally, at state. 1 
time* .luriUL' their contimiaiice in office, receive for their 
•icrvice" a comi'cnsation which shall ii.it he increased or 
• liminislied after ilieir election, nor during the torin for 
which ihev "hall liave heen electeii. which compensu 
tion "hnll lie paiil hv the state. I'ntil otherwise chantfed 
bv the lecislature. "the annual salanes of tlie justices of 
the ..iiprenie court shall be six th.uis.ind dollars each, 
and the sutH'rior court jU'lkres shall reeeive the salanes 
now allowed hv law. paval.le monthly. Kaeli jud^eof 
the -I'lK'rior court inav a). point a i-oniinient stenog- 
rapher for bi» curt, wh.i shall hold otHee during kixkI 
heliaiior. Such steiioj:raiiher shall receive a salary for 
reportiin:. pavabl.' bvthe state, and fees for transenp 
tion when ri-|uired. pavnble in enniinal cases by th. 
countv.aiid in civil i-asesliy the party ordennp the same. 
.«uch "salary, which mav vary in dinerent counties in 
proportion "to dutie'*. and such fees shall be hxed by la« 

Tnos. Ki.iNT, .Ii:.. 
I'r>'<ideiit pro teni. «if the Senate. 
Aiken Anheksos. 
.^-ipeaker of the As-iemblv . 
Alle/t i'. K. t riiKV. Secretary of State. 

Kilisl in the ..llb-i' of the Secretary of State, the -J* 
.lav of March. A. I'. !•<!<». C. K. furry. Secretary of 
Stat.-, llv.l il.M'seh. Keputy. 



'■ly after th"- first 'lay of Kiiiuary tie\t *iii-. .-. .iif . -t.. 
« lellioll. 

If a vacancy .K'<iir ill tUe office of a justice the K"* ernor 
-liall apiH.int"a piT-on 10 liobi the olllc.' until she .le.-- 
tion an'l .|iialitie«tion of a justice to till the \ae«iie> 
wlii.-li election -hall t«ke place at the ii.-xt -uc.-ei'.lint 
jjeneral election at which state ofticrs are elwte.1, and 
ilu- jii-.tic.-....-h-cleil -hall hold the .itlii.'fortbe remain 
'ler of the uin-\pire.l term. 

Thf supreme court shall have apjiellate jurwlictioii 
direct from th. siijierior courts in .very action. priK-eed 
iiiK or sjiecial priK-eediiiir » beri' is iieces.«arily draw n in 
.lue-tion the validity of a statin.-, or of an authority 
exercised iimler the I'mte.! State« ; ..rwher.' is n.'.:.-^- 
-arilv ilraw n in .|Uestion the \alidilv of the constitution 
"f aiiy «tai ut. .if or aiith.irity even-i-^ed uii.ler this stat. 
•11 the |.-rouii.l of beiti).' rep"u;jnatit to •he constitution 

■ r law- of the Inited States; or where i- necesi-arilv 
• Irawii in .niction the valiility .if any statute of or 
loithoritv e\erci-ed under tlii» state on the iir..uii.l of 
"film repugnant ii. the c.uistitiitioii ..f this state; or 
win-ri- is necessarily drawn in .|Uesti.iii th.' le^'ality of 
any tax. impost or assessment ; in all proceedings in 

■ xercise of tlie rii;lit of eniimiit domain; in actions or 
l-rocetslin*:- f.ir usuri-atioii or iutrusi.ui into, "r unlaw 
id lioldiii;: .'f. a public franchi-e; als.. in all criniinal 
ution- (on .|uestii.ns .if law alone) in which the ju.lu- 
iiieiit shall b.- death or im|.ris..nmeiit for life; ami als" 
ill all ca-es in which tin- fiici of the ad.iption by a city 
..r.if a cilv and coiiiny. of a charter for it- '.wii govi'm 
iiioiii.or the villi. lity'.'f the sani.-. or .-iii> pan thereof. 
..r ..f anv auth'.riiv i-\erci-eil ilier.-uini.-r. i- ins-(--aril.\ 
.Itikwii i'li i|U(.sli..ii. ll shall als.. Un\* ap|M-lIat.- juris- 

■ l^-tion in every aeti*.n, pr.HieediiiK .ir special pr.K'ei'dlliK 

■ l.-termined by "any distri.-t court ..f ap^K-at the rec.inl in 
Nvliich may. b*y <irder pursuant to the further provisuuis 
.11 these subjects her«'iiiafter containeii in this article. 
:. directed to bi' traiisiiiitte.1 to it. It shall also havi- 

risdiclion in cverv action, pr.icee.liut: and spei-ial pro- 
, .ediii).' wbich shall actually have l>.-en submiit.'il to it 
.r ilecision l>eforf liie orcanization ..f the .list rii-t c.mrts 
f appeal estahlishe.1 bv this am. iiduieiil. ami of every 
.cnilini-'causi' which shall not !«• traiisf.'rahl.- totlie <lis^ 
'ict courts of appeal as hereinafter provi.leil. .\ii.l in 
11 .ases in which the siiprenn- court shall acjuire iun- 
1 iliun it shall have fiinber juris.li.-li.in t.. deei.le all 
lestions properly pnseiiti'.l on the record, whether ..r 
Ml they b>' such as of lln-mselves wnM .'iiiiile the coun 
.. lake" juris.li.-tion .'f the cause. 

Sf.i :i The state i- heri'bv .liM.leil ini.. thre<- api«'l- 
,te .listri.-ts. in each of which tli.-re shall Ik- a .listni-i 
'iirt of apiieal.consisiini;of ilirei- justices. There shall 
., each year !»• four rc,:ular sessions .if ea. h .list net court 
I aptieaLi-oiiimeni-in^' on the s,c..nd M..iiday in hebrii- 
• 'V May. AU(;iist and .Vovembcr. Spei-ial sessions may 
..'held "at anytime iip..ii the ..r.l.-r of the cjiiri. 

Thelirst ap|>ellate<listri. t shall .-iiibra.-.- the l.illowin^ 
...unties- SanKramisco. Marin. Contra To-ta. Alameda, 
sm Mate.. Santa Clara. Santa Cm/. Montervy. and Sail 
K.-nit... The orti.-ial .l.'si>rnatioii of the .lisinct curt of 
I'Pealiiiihis.listrict shall be ■ Th.- C..urt ..f Apvieal of 
-'.e Slat<-..f Califoriii.i in aii.l for the Hr«i I>i«trict, and 
I shall hoi. I its sessh.ns at the . ity ami . .iiiniy of San 

Pranci.sco. ... , ,, , .1 # i 

The secon.l apia-llat,- district shall einl.rac. the fol- 



V.'l i....r. 
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,i.-.; i.».r..re a .-aiise t- Liken Up f.Ji 

lluili twenlv I .l-es (except .-X parte 

- .11. .ler -ulimi«si..n for .le. isi.in at 

turt or ill anv .listrici 



ipr.-m.' 



SENATE CONSTITOTIONAL AMENDMENT No IS 

A.loptedinSenate, Mar. li:i. A.l). I*i!'. I .1. Uran.l.'ii. 
■Stsrretarv of the ."•"•iiate. 

Ad.jrt"e.l in A-ssi'inbly. March 1". A. 1'. ls!i!i. ( \\ . 
Kyle. Chief Clerk .if the As.«embly. 

*>(i(ii« I'on/litiitioiia! .himdinrut .Vo. ;■. .1 refolittion In 
pravofe t.i the ffopir uf t)it Hatr of fnlifornia nu amenil 
iiicnt 10 ftctian eiglittin of arlielt rUien ■•/ llir roti-til"- 
tion, in rotation to rti'mnr and titration. 

A'Mo/i-cd ').( tlie neiiate. tht nsteinlilii i-oiif orriiuj, Tliat 
the legislature of the -tate ..f California, at its regular 
session commencing on the sifoml day of .laniiary. 
.ik'btevn hun.ln'.l ami ninety nine, two thinls .>! the 
Members ele. te.l t.i ea.-li of the tw.. houses votinc in 
l.-iv<>r tben-'.f. lier.by proi»>ses that «e<-ti..ii eicliK-cii of 
irlicle eleviu .if th'.- .-..nstituti..n of tin- -late of Cali- 
i.rnia be amen. Id t.. rea.l as foll.iws ; 

.Section is N.i c.untv, <-ity. town. t..«tisliip. iNiard 
..f e<lucali»n or s4'hool ilis'tricts" shall int ur any indebteil- 
ne«s .ir liability in any manner ..r f.ir any pur]">s<- 
.•xcce.litii: in any year the iiu-ome an.l revenue i.r.ivuleil 
f.ir sin-h year, with.iut the assent of two Ibinls of the 
'iiialiHe.1 "eleci.irs thereof. v..tinu at an ••le<-ti..ii t.i be 
held f.ir that I'urpose. ti..r utiles- before ..r at the tiine 
"f iticnrriiii; -u. li indebtedness |.rovisi..ii i«liall b<' niiub 
(..r the <-.dUs-lioti ..f an annual tax sulticieiit to [wy the 
interest ..11 sii.b in.lebte.ltiess as 1' falls .lue. an.l also 
provisi.in 1.1 .-onstitute a sinkiiii: fun.l for the |>aymeiii 
..f the principal there.if ..11 or l.ef..re maturity, which 
-hall not excc<sl h.riv v.-ars fn.m 1 he time of contract 
ntf the same; pnirid'rd'. ttnvfrrr. that the city an.l «.innt> 
..f San Francis... luov at anv time |my the iin|iai.l i-laim- 
witli interest ilieri'.'.n at t"lie rat.- of liv.' i.«'r cent per 
annum. f..r niai.-rials furnished t.. an.l work .b.ne lor 
-ai.I citvaiid ...iii.tv durinu the l..rty-tlr.l. (..ry-ee.m.l. 
f.,nv-lhir,l. I..rt.v.|..".inb. ami <■,"*-','• -"ri'*'.i'""rv.r»r.ni 

;;;..:,.:.„.i .i..d,o i -ii..- ■■■ ■'--^"' ••< i"""«"'"- 



l..wiiiv name.1 ...untie- in the stat. ; tresn... Tulart 
Kinirs. San Kuis Obisp.i. Kern. liiv... Santa liarhara 
Ventura. I,os Alleles. San Bernanlin.,. Oraiii;. . Kivei 



ra. 
ver 



.,.le, an.l San \>\'-A<-- The ..t«cml .lesiL'nati.in .d the 
li-trict curt of apjK'al for this distn.-t shall Iw T be 
r.iurt ..f Apiieal of the Slate of Calif.irnia 111 an.l f.ir tin 
Second District." ami the curt -hall h..M it- session- 
al the citv ..f I...s Angeles. ,, , , , -1 

The thmi apiH'Uate district shall ei.ihrac.- Hi. f..ilo» - 
lUuMiamiil counties; Del Norte, Siskiv.'ii. M.-I.K-liiini- 
ii.ildt Trinity. Shasta. I-asseti. Tehama. Plumas 
Meii.i.H-ino, Like. Colusa, "ilcnti. Hulte. Sierra, Sutter. 
Yuba, Neva.la. .«;..n.uiia. Napa. Yolo. IMacer, Solaii... 
-acramento, K1 K.ira.l.i. San .loa.|tiin. Ania.l.ir. < ala- 
M-ras. Stanislau-. Tii.iluinne. Alpine. M.ui... ManiLi-sa. 
Ma.l-ra. ati.l Mer.-.'.l. Th.- official .lc-i|:iiati.'ii o' ' '" 
listrict coun ..f .ii-i^'al ..f this di-trict shall b.- • T n- 
c.,urt of VpH-al ..f the State .if California in ami for thi- 
riiir.1 Oisti^i.-i. an.l the court -hall I1..M it- sessions ai 



the city of Sairameiil... 

Tbe'lei-'islatun- may remove on 
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from ..ne ap|Hllate .liVtrict to another, but iio c..unty 
;...t c..iiti(rii..iis t.. another ciimty of a dtstnct shall li- 
elded to such .listri.-i. , , ,.„„,„ 

The iu«tices..f the .listrict cmrts of api^-nl shall li. 
. lected by the .|Ualilie.l elect. .rs within their "-I-" '"■ 
.lisirieisat th. ^'em-ral state ele.li..ns at the tinii- 
aii.l i.laces at wliicb state offleers ar.' ''•' ''V' .7'"' ! ' ! 
term .d ..ttice shall U- '"•'^•■. .^•■»'": V''''V"'''',,'^.''" ' 
lir-i Mon.Iav aft-r the first .lav ..f Jammrv next sm- 




.-.iiirts i.f anpeal 
he reiiiovi'.! bv ■