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intersection of a continuation of the line of K Street and the Twenty

eighth waters of the Pacific Ocean, continuing thence along the center of K Street, or Avenue, to its eastern limit; thence in a direct line easterly to an intersection of the western limit of Eighteenth Street; thence along the center of the following named_streets: Eighteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twentieth, Twentieth to Napa, Napa to the waters of the Bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore southerly to its intersection with the boundary line dividing the Counties of San Francisco and San Mateo; thence along said line to its intersection with the waters of the Pacific Ocean; thence northerly along the shore to the place of beginning, shall constitute the Twenty-eighth Senatorial District.

Sec. 30. The County of San Joaquin shall constitute the Twentytwenty-ninth Senatorial District.

SEC. 31. The Counties of Merced, Stanislaus, and Tuol- Thirtieth. umne shall constitute the thirtieth Senatorial District.

Sec. 32. All that portion of Santa Clara County compris- Thirty-first. ing the Townships of Redwood, Almaden, Gilroy, Burnett, and that portion of San José Township included in the election precincts of East San José, Mt. Hamilton, Evergreen, Oak Grove, the Third Ward of the City of San José, and that portion of the election precinct San José Number Five lying south of the northern boundary line of the City of San José, and the said boundary line prolonged westerly to the township line dividing the Townships of Santa Clara and San José, shall constitute the thirty-first Senatorial District.

SEC. 33. All that portion of Santa Clara County not Thirtyincluded in the Thirty-first Senatorial District shall constitute the Thirty-second Senatorial District.

SEC. 34. The Counties of San Mateo and Santa Cruz shall Thirty-third. constitute the Thirty-third Senatorial District.

SEC. 35. The Counties of Alpine, Mono, Mariposa, and Duirty: Fresno, shall constitute the Thirty-fourth Senatorial District.

SEC. 36. The Counties of Monterey and San Benito shall Thirty-fifth, constitute the Thirty-fifth Senatorial District.

Sec. 37. The Counties of Inyo, Tulare, and Kern shall Thirty-sixth. constitute the Thirty-sixth Senatorial District.

Sec. 38. The Counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Bar- Thirty, bara, and Ventura, shall constitute the Thirty-seventh Senatorial District. SEC. 39. That portion of the County of Los Angeles con- Thirty

eighth. sisting of the City and Township of Los Angeles, and the Townships of Soledad, San Fernando, La Ballona, and San Antonio, shall constitute the Thirty-eighth Senatorial District.

SEC. 40. All that portion of the County of Los Angeles Thirty-ninth not included in the Thirty-eighth Senatorial District shall constitute the Thirty-ninth Senatorial District.

SEC. 41. The Counties of San Bernardino and San Diego Fortieth. shall constitute the Fortieth Senatorial District.

Sec. 42. At the general election in the year eighteen hun- Election of dred and eighty-six there shall be elected forty Senators, one from each Senatorial District. The Senators elected from the odd numbered districts in the year eighteen hundred

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and eighty-six shall hold office for two years. Their successors shall be elected in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and every four years thereafter. The Senators elected from the even numbered districts shall hold office for four years. Their successors shall be elected in the year eighteen hundred and ninety, and every four years thereafter.

SEC. 43. Neither Boards of Supervisors, municipal authorities, or any other officers, shall have power to alter the boundaries of any township, ward, election precinct, or other local subdivision of any county, city, or town, so as to change the boundaries of any Senatorial District as defined in this Act.

SEC. 44. All Acts and parts of Acts in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.

SEC. 45. This Act shall take effect July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six.

CHAPTER XXXV.

An Act to repeal an Act entitled An Act to provide an addi

tional Judge of the Superior Court for the County of Mono," approved April 16, 1880.

[Approved March 9, 1883.) The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:

Act repealed

SECTION 1. The Act entitled “An Act to provide an addi. tional Judge of the Superior Court for the County of Mono," approved April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, is hereby repealed.

CHAPTER XXXVI.

An Act authorizing and empowering the Regents of the Univer

sity of California to convey certain lands.

[Approved March 9, 1883.]

Regents empowered

Cogswell trust.

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

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The Regents of the University of California to recor.vey are hereby authorized and empowered to reconvey to Henry

D. Cogswell, of the City and County of San Francisco, all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land heretofore conveyed to said Regents of the University of California in trust by said Henry D. Cogswell on the nineteenth day of May, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, which said property is situate, lying, and being in the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point on the easterly line of Front Street, distant sixty (60) feet northerly from the northeast corner of the intersection of Front and Jackson Streets; thence northerly along said easterly line of Front Street sixty (60) feet to Clark Street; thence at right angles easterly and along the southerly line of Clark Street eighty-five (85) feet to and including the brick wall and the land on which stands the wall which now constitutes the rear or easterly wall of the building erected on the premises hereby conveyed; thence at right angles southerly and parallel with Front Street sixty (60) feet; thence at right angles westerly and parallel with Jackson Street eighty-five (85) feet to the easterly line of Front Street and point of commencement.

Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect immediately.

CHAPTER XXXVII.

An Act fixing jurisdiction and providing compensation for Jus

tices of the Peace in cities and towns.

[Approved March 9, 1883.) The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. Justices of the Peace of any township com- Justices of posed in whole or in part of an incorporated city or town, the Peace. and Justices of the Peace in any city or town, in addition to the jurisdiction and powers now conferred upon them, are authorized and empowered to exercise all powers, duties, and jurisdiction, civil and criminal, of Police Judges, Judges of Police Courts, Recorders' Courts, or Mayors' Courts within such cities.

SEC. 2. The compensation of the Justice of the Peace of Compensaany city or town, who is paid by salary, shall be by warrants for equal monthly payments, drawn each month upon the Salary Fund of such city or town, if there be one; or, if no Salary Fund be provided, then upon the General Fund of such city or town, such warrants to be audited and paid as are salaries of other city officials.

Sec. 3. This Act shall take effect immediately.

tion.

CHAPTER XXXVIII.

An Act to provide an industrial department for the Deaf, and

Dumb, and Blind Asylum.

[Approved March 9, 1883.) The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The sum of seven thousand five hundred dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be paid to the

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Directors of the Deaf, and Dumb, and Blind Asylum, and to be expended as follows:

1. For the purchase of machinery and tools for the equipment of shops for boys, twenty-five hundred dollars.

2. For the erection of a building for a bakery and cooking school for girls, and for the proper equipment of the same, five thousand dollars.

SEC. 2. This Act shall take effect on and after its passage.

CHAPTER XXXIX.

An Act to authorize the erection of a State Agricultural and

Industrial E.chibition building on the State Capitol grounds, and to appropriate money therefor.

[Approved March 9, 1883.]

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

Assembly, do enact as follows:

Capitol Commissioners to

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to erect.

SECTION 1. The State Capitol Commissioners shall, within select site.ninety days after the passage of this Act, select and set aside

not less than four hundred feet square of land in the State Capitol grounds, easterly from the State Capitol, for the purpose of erecting thereon a building, to be known and used

as hereinafter provided. Agricultura

Sec. 2. The State Board of Agriculture is hereby authorized to erect on the land set aside as provided for in section one, a building to be known as the State Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition building, to be used by them for State exhibitions of the industries and industrial products of the State, and for the safe keeping and preservation of agricultural, mechanical, mining, and other specimens, products, and models of the several branches of industry, provided, that said building, when completed, shall not cost in its con

struction exceeding the sum of eighty thousand dollars. Capitol Com

SEC. 3. The general form and plan of said building shall be submitted to and approved by the State Capitol Commissioners and the State Board of Agriculture, and be under their immediate supervision and control. All claims, contracts, or expenses incurred in the erection of said building shall be authenticated by the officers of said Boards before

payment can be made thereon or therefor. Property of

SEC. 4. The said building so erected shall be the property of the State, but shall be subject to the State Board of Agriculture for the purposes and uses specified in this Act, and in the "Act to provide for the management and control of the State Agricultural Society by the State," approved April fifteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and such further Acts as may be passed by the Legislature controlling the uses for the benefit of industries mentioned in section two of this Act.

SEC. 5. The sum of forty thousand dollars is hereby

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appropriated out of any moneys in the General Fund not Contingent otherwise appropriated, for the purposes mentioned in this tion. Act; provided, that no part of said forty thousand dollars hereby appropriated shall be drawn from the State treasury until an additional sum of forty thousand dollars, to be also used in the erection of said building, shall have been raised by the City and County of Sacramento, or the people thereof, and paid into the State treasury, both of said sums to be used for the same purpose.

Sec. 6. This Act shall take effect immediately.

CHAPTER XL.

An Act to amend sections thirty-six hundred and sixty-four, thirtysix hundred and sixty-five, and thirty-seven hundred and thirty-four of, and to add six new sections, to be numbered thirty-six hundred and sixty-six, thirty-six hundred and sixtyseven, thirty-six hundred and sixty-eight, thirty-six hundred and sixty-nine, thirty-six hundred and seventy, and thirty-seven hundred and seventy-one, to an Act entitled "An Act to establish a Political Code,approved March twelfth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and to repeal a portion of section thirty-six hundred and fifty of said Act, the amendment of the sections, the new sections, and the repeal of portion of section thirty-six hundred and fifty, all relating to revenue, and particularly to the assessment of railways by the State Board of Equalization, and the collection of State, and county, and city and county, taxes due upon such assessment.

(Approved March 9, 1883.] The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. Section three thousand six hundred and sixtyfour of the Political Code is amended so as to read as follows:

3664. The President, Secretary, or Managing Agent, or teasing such other officer as the State Board of Equalization may furnish designate, of any corporation, and each person, or association statement. of persons, owning or operating any railroad in more than one county in this State, shall, on or before the first Monday in April of each year, furnish the said Board a statement, signed and sworn to by one of such officers, or by the person or one of the persons forming such association, showing in detail for the year ending on the first Monday in March in each year:

1. The whole number of miles of railway in the State; Whole numand where the line is partly out of the State, the whole number of miles without the State, and the whole number within the State, owned or operated by such corporation, person, or association.

2. The value of the roadway, roadbed, and rails of the Value. whole railway, and the value of the same within the State. 3. The width of the right of way.

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