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Sixth-Such books and payroll shall be open also at all inspection times to the inspection of the State Board of Examiners, or

of any person authorized by it to examine the same, or of any committee of the Legislature or clerk thereof duly authorized so to do.

SEC. 4. The State Board of Examiners are authorized in Examiners, behalf of the State, at any time, to inquire, either in person

or by authorized agent, into the management of such insti. tution, and upon refusal after due demand to permit such inquiry, such institution shall not thereafter receive any aid under this Act. All necessary expenses incurred in making such inquiry shall be audited and allowed by the State Board of Examiners out of the appropriations of the State for the aid of such institution.

SEC. 5. Every claim for aid under this Act shall be preBoard. sented to and audited and allowed by the State Board of

Examiners. Such claim shall contain:

1. The name and location of the institution making the claim.

2. The name of the person or persons having charge or control thereof.

3. The number and class of inmates.
4. The date of admission and age of each.

5. The amount of pension or other income the institution is receiving from each inmate.

Such claim, and the statements therein contained, shall be verified by the oath of the Superintendent or other person having charge of the institution, and the Board of Examiners may, in their discretion, require the production of the books of such institution in support of such claim.

SEC. 6. If such claim be audited and allowed, in whole or in part, by said Board, it shall be the duty of the Controller to draw his warrant for the amount thereof in favor of the President and Treasurer of said association; and it shall be the duty of the State Treasurer to pay the same on due presentation.

Sec. 7. No person for whose specific support there is paid said institution the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents or more per month, shall be entitled to any aid under this Act. But if such sum be less than twelve dollars and fifty cents per month, aid shall be granted for such sum only as is necessary to make the full amount of support, including the State aid, twelve dollars and fifty cents per month.

SEC. 8. Such claims or demands for State aid shall be annually.

presented to and acted on by said Board, and paid by said Treasurer semi-annually, commencing from the first day of the month after said Home shall be open to and shall receive its inmates. The first of said claims to be so presented at the expiration of six months from said last mentioned time, and each subsequent claim at regular intervals

of six months thereafter. Money; how

Sec. 9. No money appropriated by the State under this expended.

Act shall be expended either in improvements or in the erection of new buildings for such institution.

SEC. 10. No person shall be entitled to receive any aid

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under this Act unless he has been admitted to and is kept Limitations. in said Home, by reason of military or naval services; nor unless he has been continuously a resident of this State for three years next prior to his admission to said Home; nor unless he would be entitled to receive such aid by virtue of the laws and Constitution of this State. Before allowing a claim in behalf of any inmate of said Home, the Board of Examiners shall require proof of such facts.

CHAPTER XXXII.

An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to appropriate money for the support of orphans, half orphans, and abandoned children,approved March 25, 1880.

[Approved March 7,1883.]

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The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. An Act entitled "An Act to appropriate money Addition of for the support of orphans, half orphans, and abandoned children," approved March twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty, is hereby amended by adding a new section thereto, to be known as section nine thereof, and to read as follows:

Section 9. The provisions herein made for the support of Provisions to orphans, half orphans, and abandoned children, shall be held foundlings to include foundlings, and other abandoned infants, who may have been or shall become the inmates of any regularly established foundling asylum, without regard to the time in which such infants have been inmates of such institutions; and the relief herein provided shall be given for any fraction of a year, pro rata; provided, also, that the limitation of twenty inmates, mentioned in section seven of this Act, shall, in relation to said foundling asylum, be construed to mean not less than twenty admissions in the course of each year; and provided further, that for each abandoned or foundling infant who now is or shall become an inmate of such foundling asylum, there shall be paid by the State the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents per month from the time of its entrance therein until such infant's decease, or become adopted, or reach the age of eighteen months, after which age such asylum shall receive the same sum for such infants as allowed for full orphans. SEC. 2. This Act shall take effect immediately.

CHAPTER XXXIII.

An Act making appropriations to pay deficiencies in the appro

priations for the support of the government for the thirty-fourth fiscal year.

[Approved March 8, 1883.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The following sums are appropriated out of the General Fund in the State treasury: the sum of seven thousand (7,000) dollars to pay a deficiency in the appropri, ation for stationery,fuel, lights, etc., for the thirty-fourth fiscal year.

SEC. 2. This Act shall take effect immediately.

Deficiency appropriation.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

An Act to divide the State into Senatorial Districts, and to pro

vide for the election of Senators therein.

[Approved March 8, 1883.]

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SECTION 1. The State is hereby divided into forty Senatorial Districts, constituted as follows:

SEC. 2. The Counties of Humboldt and Del Norte shall constitute the First Senatorial District.

SEC. 3. The Counties of Trinity, Siskiyou, and Shasta, shall constitute the Second Senatorial District.

SEC. 4. The Counties of Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, and Sierra, shall constitute the Third Senatorial District.

SEC. 5. The County of Butte shall constitute the Fourth Senatorial District.

Sec. 6. The County of Nevada shall constitute the Fifth Senatorial District.

Sec. 7. The Counties of Mendocino and Lake shall constitute the Sixth Senatorial District.

SEC. 8. The Counties of Placer and El Dorado shall constitute the Seventh Senatorial District.

Sec. 9. The Counties of Colusa and Tehama shall constitute the Eighth Senatorial District.

SEC. 10. The Counties of Yolo and Napa shall constitute the Ninth Senatorial District.

SEC. 11. The County of Sonoma shall constitute the Tenth Senatorial District.

SEC. 12. The County of Solano shall constitute the Eleventh Senatorial District.

Sec. 13. The Counties of Yuba and Sutter shall constitute the Twelfth Senatorial District.

SEC. 14. The County of Sacramento shall constitute the Thirteenth Senatorial District.

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SEC. 15. The Counties of Amador and Calaveras shall Fourteenth. constitute the Fourteenth Senatorial District.

Sec. 16. The Counties of Marin and Contra Costa shall Fifteenth. constitute the Fifteenth Senatorial District.

Sec. 17. All that portion of the County of Alameda com- Sixteenthi. prising the First, Fourth, and Sixth Wards of the City Oakland, together with the Precincts of West Berkeley, Bay, and Ocean View, shall constitute the Sixteenth Senatorial District.

Sec. 18. All that portion of the County of Alameda com- Seventeenth prising the Second, Third, Fifth, and Seventh Wards of the City of Oakland, together with Precincts of East Berkeley, Temescal, and Piedmont, shall constitute the Seventeenth Senatorial District.

Sec. 19. All that portion of the County of Alameda com- Eighteenth. prising the Townships of Alameda, Eden, Washington, Murray, and Brooklyn Number Two, shall constitute the Eighteenth Senatorial District.

SEC. 20. That portion of the City and County of San Fran- Nineteenth. cisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Bryant Street with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Bryant to Third, Third to Market, Market to Kearny, Kearny to Sacramento, and Sacramento to the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Nineteenth Senatorial District.

SEC. 21. All that portion of the City and County of San Twentieth. Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Green Street with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the center of the following named streets: Green to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Sacramento, Sacramento to the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning, together with all the waters of the Bay of San Francisco and the islands contained therein situated within the boundaries of the City and County of San Francisco, shall constitute the Twentieth Senatorial District.

All that portion of the City and County of San Twenty-first. Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Hyde Street with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the center of the following named streets: Hyde to Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Green, Green to its intersection with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-first Senatorial District.

All that portion of the City and County of San TwentyFrancisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Hyde Street with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the center of the following named streets: Hyde to Sutter, Sutter to Van Ness, Van Ness to Eddy, Eddy to Devisadero, Devisadero to Turk, Turk to First Avenue, First Avenue to Avenue B, and Avenue B to its intersection with the waters of the Pacific Ocean, thence northerly and easterly along the shore of the Pacific Ocean

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and the Bay of San Francisco to the place of beginning, together with the islands known as the Farallone Islands, shall constitute the Twenty-second Senatorial District.

SEC. 24. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the center of Third and Bryant Streets, thence along the center of the following named streets: Bryant to Fifth, Fifth to Market, Market to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to Third, Third to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-third Senatorial District.

SEC. 25. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant and Fifth Streets, thence along the center of the following named streets: Bryant to Seventh, Seventh to Market, Market to McAllister, McAllister to Leavenworth, Leavenworth to Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Market, Market to Fifth, and Fifth to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-fourth Senatorial District.

SEC. 26. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant and Seventh Streets, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Bryant to Eleventh, Eleventh to Market, Market to Van Ness, Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Leavenworth, Leavenworth to McAllister, McAllister to Market, Market to Seventh, and Seventh to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District.

SEC. 27. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant Street and the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Bryant to Channel, Channel to Harrison, Harrison to Fourteenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twentieth, Twentieth to Napa, Napa to its intersection with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-sixth Senatorial District.

Sec. 28. All that portion of the City and County of San
Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at the inter-
section of Avenue B and the waters of the Pacific Ocean,
thence along the center of the following named streets:
Avenue B to First Avenue, First Avenue to Turk Street,
Turk to Devisadero, Devisadero to Eddy, Eddy to Van Ness,
Van Ness to Market, Market to Eleventh, Eleventh to Chan-
nel, Channel to Harrison, Harrison to Fourteenth, Four-
teenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Eighteenth, thence along
Eighteenth Street to its western limit, thence in a direct line
westerly to an intersection of the eastern limit of K Street,
or Avenue, thence along K to the waters of the Pacific Ocean,
thence along the shore of the ocean, in a northerly direction,
to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-
seventh Senatorial District.

SEC. 29. All that portion of the City and County of San
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