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into the Russian and Eel Rivers and those flowing
NOTE.-Stats. 1861, p. 560; 1864, p. 97; 1864, p. 111; 1808, p. 269; 1870, p. 442.
Stats. 1871-2, p. 903. An Act to more clearly define the boundary line between the Counties of Lake and Yolo, in the State of California.
[Approved April 1, 1872.) [Enacting clause.]
SECTION 1. The line established by H. H. Sanford, as Deputy Surveyor General, under special instruction of J. W. Bost, Surveyor General of California, at the request of the Boards of Supervisors of the Counties of Lake and Yolo, and designated on a certain map on file in the office of the Surveyor General of the State of California, indorsed “Map of the boundary line between Lake and Yolo Counties, surveyed April, 1871, by H. H. Sanford, Deputy Surveyor General of California," is hereby declared the boundary line between the said Counties of Lake and Yolo, provided the same is in accordance with the provisions of an Act to more clearly define and establish the boundary line of Yolo County, approved March 3, 1866.
SEC. 2. This Act shall take effect from and after its passage.
3918. Beginning at the southwest corner of Humboldt, as established in Section 3914; thence southwesterly, by the ocean shore, to a point three miles west of Walhalla River; thence east to the mouth of
said stream, and up the channel two miles; thence
NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 178; 1859, p. 98; 1864, p. 334;
3919. Beginning at the northeast corner of Men- Trinity. docino, as established in Section 3918, on the summit line of the Coast Range; thence northerly on said range and the western line of Tehama and Shasta, to the point of intersection with the southern line of Siskiyou, being northeast corner of Trinity and northwest corner of Shasta; thence westerly, on the ridge dividing the waters flowing south and west into Trinity and Salmon Rivers from the waters flowing north and east into Scott's and Sacramento Rivers, to common corner of Klamath, Siskiyou, and Trinity, as established in Section 3910; thence southwesterly, on the line of Scott's Mountain, being the southern line of Klamath, to common corner of Trinity, Klamath, and Humboldt, as established in Section 3909; thence southerly, by the eastern line of Humboldt, to the fortieth parallel of latitude, being the northern line of Mendocino,
forming southwest corner; thence east, to the place of
NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 179; 1853, p. 161; 1855, p. 200.
3920. Beginning on dividing ridge between the waters of Yuba and Feather Rivers, at common corner of Yuba, Butte, and Plumas, established by survey and map of Joseph Johnston, County Surveyor of Yuba County, July, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, and indicated by a large spruce tree standing in front of the Buckeye House, marked“ Corner of Plumas, Butte, and Yuba;" thence northeasterly, by direct line to the northwest corner of Sierra and the south corner of Plumas, in Slate Creek, at a point where the third course or terminating north and south line of survey of Keddie and Church, made June nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, crosses said creek; thence northeasterly, up said creek, to the intersection of the first north and south line of said survey; thence north, on said line, to the initial point thereof, being the summit line of the ridge dividing the waters of Feather River from the waters of the Yuba River; thence easterly, on said summit line, and east to “The Falls,” about one mile below the outlet of Gold Lake; thence east, to the summit of the ridge which divides Long Valley from Sierra Valley, this point forming the most southern southwest corner of Lassen, as established in Section 3912, also the southeast corner of Plumas; thence northwesterly, on the southwestern irregular line of Lassen, as established in Section 3912, to the southeast corner of Shasta, as established in Section 3911; thence west on the southern line of Shasta, to the northeast corner of Tehama, as established in Section 3915; thence southerly, on the ridge, being eastern line of Tehama and Butte, to the point of inter
section of a line running northwesterly from the initial
NOTE.-Stats. 1854, p. 120; 1864, p. 264; 1866, p. 605;
3921. Beginning at the south corner of Plumas, Sierra. in the center of Slate Creek, as established in Section 3920; thence easterly, on southern line of Plumas, as established in said section, to the southeast corner thereof and southwest corner of Lassen; thence east, to the State line, forming northeast corner; thence south, on said State line, to the northeast corner of Nevada County, a point east of the source of the south fork of the middle Yuba River; thence west, to the source of and down the south fork and middle Yuba River, to a point ten miles above the mouth of the latter; thence in a straight line northerly, to a point on the north fork of the Yuba River, known as Cuteye Foster's Bar, down said river to the mouth of Big Cañon Creek; then up said creek, four miles; thence in a straight line to the place of beginning. County seat-Downieville.
NOTE.-Stats. 1852, p. 230; 1863, p. 114; 1866, p. 228; 1868, p. 462.
3922. Beginning at the northwest corner of Yuba, Butte. in Feather River, at the mouth of Honcut Creek; thence northeasterly, up the Honcut Creek and the north or Natchez branch of the same, to its source, on line established by Surveyor General on survey of Westcoatt and IIenning, eighteen hundred and fifty
nine; thence to the summit line of the ridge dividing the waters of the Yuba and Feather Rivers; thence northeasterly, up said ridge, on line of said survey, to the third station tree westerly from the Woodville House; thence in a right line fifty chains, more or less, to a station tree easterly from said house about twentysix chains, said right line passing about three chains northerly of said house; thence northeasterly on said ridge and survey to a point on line of said survey a little westerly from the village of Strawberry Valley, which point is two thousand feet distant westerly in right line from point of highest altitude on line of said survey east and within three hundred yards of the village of Strawberry Valley; thence to the common corner of Plumas, Butte, and Yuba, as established in Section 3920; thence northwesterly, on southwesterly line of Plumas, as established in said section, to the most eastern southeast corner of Tehama, as established in Section 3915, forming also the north corner of Butte; thence southwesterly, on the southeasterly line of Tehama, to the southeast corner of Tehama, at point of intersection of Rock Creek and southern line of Townsnip Twenty-four North, Mount Diablo base; thence west on said township line to the Sacramento River; thence down said river to Placer City; thence on line of Colusa southeasterly to Watson's bridge, on Butte Creek; thence on said county line, down Butte Creek, to the northwest corner of Sutter County, as established in Section 3926; thence east, on north line of Sutter, to Feather River; thence down Feather River to place of beginning.
NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 177; 1853, p. 53; 1854, p. 129; 1836, p. 118; 1856, p. 124; 1856, p. 222; 1857, p. 25; 1857, p. 109; 1857, p. 120; 1859, p. 359; 1860, p. 115; 1861, p. 167. The description of the calls at“ Woodville House” and “Strawberry Valley" are not such as would have been adopted from choice if there had