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been sufficient data from which to have made them
otherwise. The Legislature, in breaking into the line
of the survey (by Acts of 1860, 1861), in one instance
commenced at an undeterminate point on the line, and
in both instances ran in opposite directions from the
criginal survey.

The two Acts have been made to
harmonize as well as possible with the original survey.

NEVADA.

3923. Beginning at northwest corner, at a point Novada. in the main Yuba River at the mouth of Deer Creek; thence

up the Main Yuba, to the mouth of the Middle Yuba; thence up the latter, to the mouth of the south fork of the same; thence up the south fork, to its source; thence east, to the eastern line of the State, all on the southeastern and southern lines of Yuba and Sierra; thence south, along the State line, to the northeast corner of Placer, as established in Section 3924; thence westerly, on the northern line of Placer, as established in said section, to the source of Bear River; thence down Bear River, to a point south of the junction of Deer Creek and the Main Yuba, forming southwest corner; thence north, to the place of beginning County seat—Nevada City.

Note.-Stats. 1851, p. 177; 1852, p. 190; 1852, p. 191; 1656, p. 143.

PLACER.

3924. Beginning on southwest corner, at a point Placer. where the west line of Range Five East, Mount Diablo meridian, intersects the northern line of Sacramento County, as established in Section 3928; thence north, to the northwest corner of Township Twelve North, Range Five East; thence east, to the southwest corner of Section Thirty-four, Township Thirteen North, Range Five East; thence north, to Bear River; thence on southern line of Nevada, up said river, to its source; thence east, in a direct line, to the eastern line of the

State of California, forming northeast corner; thence
southerly, along said line, to the northeast corner of
El Dorado, as established in Section 3927; thence
westerly, on the northern lines of El Dorado and
Sacramento, as established in Sections 3927 and 3928,
to the place of beginning.
County seat-Auburn.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 176; 1866, p. 223; 1870, p. 294.

YUBA.

Yuba.

3925. Beginning at southwest corner, at junction of Feather and Bear Rivers; thence up Bear River, on the line of Sutter and Placer, to southwest corner of Nevada, as established in Section 3923; thence north, on Nevada line, to the junction of Deer Creek and Main Yuba; thence up the Main to the Middle Yuba, and up the Middle Yuba ten miles, to the southwest corner of Sierra, as established in Section 3921; thence in direct line northerly, and on line of Sierra, to Cut-eye Foster's Bar, on North Yuba River; thence down the river to the mouth of Big Cañon Creek; thence up said creek four miles; thence in direct line to south corner of Plumas and northwest corner of Sierra, in Slate Creek, as established in Sections 3920 and 3921; thence northwesterly, in a direct line, to common corner of Plumas, Butte, and Yuba, in front of Buckeye IIouse, as established in Section 3920; thence on southwestern line of Butte, as established in Westcoatt and Henning's survey and map, down the Honcut Creek, to its junction with Feather River; thence down Feather River, to the place of beginning. County seat-Marysville.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 176; 1852, p. 230; 1860, p. 115; 1861, p. 167; 1866, p. 228.

SUTTER.

3926. Beginning at northwest corner of Sacra- Sutter. mento County, as established in Section 3928; thence up the Sacramento River to the mouth of Butte Creek; thence up said creek to its intersection with the south line of Section Nineteen, Township Seventeen North, Range One East, Mount Diablo base and meridian; thence east, on section lines, to Feather River; thence down Feather River to the mouth of Bear River; thence up Bear River to northwest corner of Placer, as established in Section 3924; thence along the western boundary of Placer to the southwest corner thereof; thence westerly, along the northern boundary of- Sacramento County, to the place of beginning County seat-Yuba City.

NOTE:--Stats. 1851, p. 176; 1852, p. 237; 1854, p. 26; 1856, p. 231; 1864, p. 301; 1866, p. 223; 1870, p. 294.

EL DORADO.

3927. Beginning on the west corner, at the junc- El Dorado. tion of the North and South Forks of the American River; thence up the North Fork to the mouth of the Middle Fork; thence up the Middle Fork to the mouth of the South Fork of the Middle Tork at Junction Bar; thence up said last named fork to a point where the same is intersected by the Georgetown and Lake Bigler trail; thence along said trail to Sugar Pine Point, on the western shore of Lake Bigler; thence east to the State line; thence south and southeasterly, on the State line, to the northern corner of Alpine, being the point where the State line crosses the eastern summit line of the Sierra Nevada Mountains; thence southwesterly, along the western line of Alpine, as established in Section 3931, to the common corner of Alpine, Amador, and El Dorado,

as established by said section; thence westerly, on the
northern line of Amador, as established in Section
3930, and down the Consumnes River and South Fork
thereof to the eastern line of Sacramento, as estab-
lished in Section 3928; thence northerly, by the east-
ern line of Sacramento, to the South Fork of the
American River; thence down the latter to the place
of beginning
County seat-Placerville.

NOTE.--Stats. 1851, p. 176; 1857, p. 33; 1863, p. 231;
1863, p. 349; 1864, p. 178.

SACRAMENTO.

Sacramento.

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3928. Beginning on northern line of the county at a point ten miles north of a point which was on the thirtieth of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, the mouth of the American River; thence easterly, to the junction of the north and south forks of said river; thence up the principal channel of the South Fork to a point one mile above the head of Mormon Island, so as to include said island in Sacramento County, forming northeast corner; thence southerly to a point on the Cosumnes River eight miles above the house of William Daylor; thence south to Dry Creek, forming southeast corner; thence down said creek to its entrance into the Mokelumne River; thence down the Mokelumne River to a point where said river divides into east and west branches; thence down the east branch to its junction with the west branch; thence down said river to its junction with the San Joaquin River; thence down the San Joaquin River to the mouth of the Sacramento River, at the head of Suisun Bay, forming southwest corner; thence up the Sacramento River to the mouth of Merritt's Slough; thence up said slough to the mouth of Sutter Slough; thence up

said Sutter Slough to the Sacramento River; thence up the Sacramento River to a point west of the place

of beginning, forming northwest corner of Sacramento
County; thence east to the place of beginning.
County seat-Sacramento City.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 174; 1857, p. 132; 1861, p. 221;
1866, p. 223; 1870, p. 294.

YOLO.

3929. Beginning on southeast corner, at the most Yolo. easterly northeast corner of Solano, in Sutter Slough, at its intersection with the First Standard North; thence west on said standard line to west line of Range Three East, Mount Diablo meridian; thence north on said range line to the northeast corner of Township Seven North, Two East; thence west nine and seventytwo one hundredths chains to southeast corner of Township Eight, Two East; thence north on easterly line of said township to the old bed of Putah Creek; thence westerly up the old bed and main Putah Creek to a point on eastern line of Napa, in the cañon called Devil's Gate, where the highest ridge of mountains divides the waters of the Sacramento from Berryessa Valley, forming the most westerly of the southwest corners of Yolo and northwest corner of Solano; thence northerly along the highest ridge of said mountains to Cache Creek; thence east to the summit of the Spur of the Coast Range which divides the waters flowing east into Bear Creek and Stony Creek, and those flowing west into the north fork of Cache Creek; thence northerly along the said dividing ridge, following the divide of said waters to the summit of the Coast Range of mountains on the easterly line of Napa and Lake and to the southwest corner of Colusa, as established in Section 3916; thence easterly on southern line of Colusa, as established in said section, to Sacramento River, forming the northeast corner at the point of intersection of the southern line of Township Thirteen

17—VOL. II.

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