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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.

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

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North, Mount Diablo base; thence down said river to
Sutter Slough; thence down said slough to the place
of beginning
County seat— Woodland.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851; p. 179; 1857, p. 108; 1866, p. 162;
1870, p. 294. This section was amended so as to read
as published in the text, by Act of April 1st, 1872,
cited in note to Sec. 18, ante. See Act of 1871-2, in
note to Sec. 3917, ante-boundary between Lake and
Yolo Counties.

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AMADOR.

Amador.

3930. Beginning at southwest corner, in the
Mokelumne River, on the eastern boundary of San
Joaquin, as established in Section 3932; thence up
said river to its junction with the north fork of the
same; thence up the said north fork to the line of
Alpine, being at a point south of common corner of
Amador, Alpine, and El Dorado, which is in the
center of the Amador and Nevada road, in front of Z.
Kirkwood's house, as established in Section 3931;
thence north by the line of Alpine to said common
corner; thence westerly along said road to a point east
of the source of the south fork of the south fork of
the Cosumnes River; thence west to said source;
thence down the south fork of the south fork and the
south fork and the main Cosumnes River to the east-
ern line of Sacramento, as established in Section 3928;
thence by eastern lines of Sacramento and San Joa-
quin to the place of beginning.
County seat-Jackson.

NOTE.-Stats. 1854, p. 46; 1855, p. 113; 1855, p. 134;
1857, p. 251; 1863, p. 231; 1864, p. 178.

ALPINE.

Alpine.

3931. Beginning at north corner, at a point where the State line crosses the east summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, being the most easterly corner of

El Dorado; thence southwesterly along said summit to
a point two miles west of James Green's house, in
Hope Valley, called Thompson's Peak; thence south-
westerly in a direct line to a point on the Amador and
Nevada turnpike road in front of Z. Kirkwood's house,
being common corner of Amador, Alpine, and El Do-
rado; thence south across the north fork of the Mokel-
umne River to the road leading from West Point, in
Calaveras, to Big Tree road, near the Big Meadows;
thence easterly along said West Point road to the
Big Tree road; thence easterly in a direct line to
where the Sonora trail strikes the middle fork of the
Stanislaus River; thence easterly along said trail to
the summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains; thence
northerly along said summit to the dividing ridge
between West Walker and Carson Rivers; thence
northeasterly along said dividing ridge to the State
line, forming easterly corner of Alpine and northerly
corner of Mono; thence northwest along said State line
to the place of beginning.
County seat-Silver Mountain.

Note.--Stats. 1864, p. 178; 1866, p. 144; 1870, p. 20.

SAN JOAQUIN.

3932. Beginning at the junction of the San Joa- San

Joaquin. quin and Mokelumne Rivers, on the line of Sacramento County; thence up the latter to the mouth of Dry Creek; thence up Dry Creek to the southeast corner of Sacramento, as established in Section 3928; thence southeasterly, to a point on Mokelumne River, being the point of beginning of survey of Boucher and Wallace of line between San Joaquin and Calaveras Counties, May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four; thence southeasterly, on the line of said survey, to the extreme northern corner of Stanislaus County, on north side of and near to Calaveras River, at a point on western line of Range Ten East, Mount Diablo

meridian, as established by survey of Gcorge E. Drew,
approved May, cighteen hundred and sixty, shown on
map of said survey; thence south, on said range line,
to Stanislaus River; thence down said river to its con-
fluence with the San Joaquin; thence southwest, to
the summit of the Coast Range, as shown on survey
and map of Wallace and Stakes, Jay, eighteen hun-
drell and sixty-eight, and forming the common corner
of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Santa Clara, and Alameda,
as shown also on map of Boardman and Stakes, July,
eighteen hundred and sixty-eight; thence north-
westerly, following the summit of the said Coast
Range to a post near the middle of Section Thirty-
two, Township Four South, Range Four East; thence
noith to the southeast corner of Contra Costa, being a
point on the west channel of the San Joaquin River,
as laid down on Gibbe's map, at a bend where the
said west channel, running downward, takes a general
course north, which point is shown on map of Board-
man and Stakes, July, eighteen hundred and sixty-
eight; thence down the said west channel to its con-
fluence with the main river; thence down said river
to the place of beginning.
County seat–Stockton.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 175; 1852, p. 178; 1852, p. 180; 1860, p. 34. John Wallace, Civil Engineer of San Joaquin County, furnished an elegant map of that county, and much valuable information in relation to county boundaries, which were used in framing this and other sections.

STANISLAUS.

Stanislaus.

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2933. Beginning at common corner of Stanislaus, Santa Clara, Alameda, and San Joaquin, on the summit of Mount Boardman, of the Mount Diablo Range, as shown on survey and map of Wallace and Stakes, May, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight; thence southeasterly, on the sunimit line of said range, being east

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