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northern line of Township Sixteen South crosses the
same; thence north, forty-five degrees east, to said
point on King's River; thence east, along northern line
of Township Sixteen South, to the dividing ridge
between the waters of King's River and Kawdah
River; thence easterly, on the said dividing ridge, to
the summit of the Sierra Nevada, being the western
line of Inyo; thence northwesterly, on the summit line
and lines of Inyo and Mono, to Mount Lyell, the com-
mon corner of Tuolumne, Mariposa, and Fresno; thence
westerly and southwesterly, on the southeasterly line
of Mariposa, as established in Section 3938, to the
place of beginning.
County seat— Millerton.

NOTE.-Stats. 1856, p. 183; 1861, p. 235; 1866, p. 144; 1866, p. 355; 1870, p. 20; 1870, p. 421; 1870, p. 419. See Act of 1872, in preceding note.

TULARE.

Tulare.

3940. Beginning at southwest corner, being common corner of Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Kern, and Tulare, and being the point where the line of the Sixth Standard South crosses the summit line of the Mount Diablo Range of mountains; thence east, on said standard, to the point of intersection with summit line of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, forming the southeast corner of Tulare and southwest corner of Inyo; thence northwesterly, on said summit, being on the western line of Inyo, to the east corner of Fresno, as established in Section 3939; thence on the southern line of Fresno to the eastern line of Monterey; thence southerly, on the line of Monterey, as established in Section 3948, to the place of beginning. County seat–Visalia.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 173; 1852, p. 240; 1856, p. 183; 1864, p. 528; 1866, p. 355; 1866, p. 796.

KERN.

3941. Beginning at northwest corner, being com- Kern. mon corner of San Luis Obispo, Monterey, Tulare, and Kern, as established in Section 3940; thence east, on Sixth Standard South, Mount Diablo base, to the northwest corner of San Bernardino, as established in Section 3943; thence south, on the westerly line of San Bernardino, to southern line of Township Nine North, San Bernardino base, forming southeast corner; thence west along said line and extension thereof to the summit of the Coast Range, being on the line of Santa Barbara, forming southwest corner; thence northwesterly, on said summit line, being eastern line of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, to the place of beginning. County seat-Havilah.

NOTE.-Stats. 1866, p. 796.

INYO.

3942. Beginning at the southeast corner of Tulare, Inyo. as established in Section 3940, being the point of intersection of Sixth Standard South, Mount Diablo base, with summit line of Sierra Nevada Mountains; thence east, by said standard and extension thereof, to the eastern line of the State, forming southeast corner; thence northwesterly, on State line, to the southeast corner of Mono, as established in Section 3935; thence west on the southern line of Mono to the summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, being on the Eastern line of Fresno, and forming the southwest corner of Mono and northwest corner of Inyo; thence southeasterly on said summit line to the place of beginning. County seat-Independence.

NOTE.-Stats. 1866, p. 355; 1870, p. 20; 1870, p. 421.

SAN BERNARDINO.

San Bernardino.

3943. Beginning at the southwest corner, a little northwesterly of Laguna Temecula, at a point on the northern line of San Diego, as established in Section 3944, where a south line drawn from the highest peak of the Sierra de Santiago intersects the said boundary line; thence northwesterly on the summit of said Sierra to the Santa Anna River, between the ranch of Sierra and the residence of Bernardo Yerba; thence across the Santa Anna River along the summit of the range of hills that lie between the Cayotes and Chino (leaving the ranchos Gutiveras and Y bana to the west of this line) to the southwest corner of the ranch San José; thence northerly along the eastern boundaries of said ranch and of San Antonio and the western and northern boundaries of Cucaimonga ranch to the ravine of Cucaimonga; thence northerly up said ravine to its source in the Coast Range; thence north, on the easterly line of Los Angeles and Kern, to the Sixth Standard South, Mount Diablo base, being the northeast corner of Kern and northwest corner of San Bernardino; thence east by said standard line and extension thereof to the State line; thence southeasterly on said - State line to the Colorado River; thence down said river to the northern boundary line of San Diego County; thence westerly along the northern boundary line of San Diego County, as established in Section 3944, to the place of beginning. County seat-San Bernardino.

NOTE.-Stats. 1853, p. 119; 1857, p. 165; 1866, p. 355; 1866, p. 796; 1868, p. 604; see note to Sec. 3944, post.

SAN DIEGO.

San Diego.

3944. Beginning at south corner of Los Angeles in the Pacific Ocean, opposite San Mateo Point; thence northerly along the western line of Rancho

Santa Margarita to the southern line of Mission Viejo
or La Paz; thence along the southern and eastern line
of La Paz to a point two miles north of the south
boundary line of Township Seven Soutlı, Range Six
West, San Bernardino base and meridian; thence
northeasterly, to the southwest corner of San Jacinto
Nuevo, in Township Four South, Range Four West;
thence north along west boundary of said rancho to
line between Townships Three and Four South; thence
east to line between ranges Two and Three West;
thence north on range line to a point where a line
paralled with the southern boundary between the
United States and Mexico will just clear the Rancho
San Jacinto Viejo; thence northeasterly along such
parallel line to the Colorado River; thence down that
river to its junction with the boundary line between
the United States and Mexico; thence westerly, follow-
ing that boundary line into the Pacific Ocean; thence
northerly to place of beginning.
County seat–San Diego.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 172; 1866, p. 604. These
bound:uies were fixed by the Legislature after consult-
ing a letter received by the Commissioners from James
Pascol, Esq., County Surveyor of San Diego County,
on the subject of boundaries of this and adjoining
counties.

LOS ANGELES.

3945. Beginning at southeast corner of Santa Bar- Los

Angelos. bara, in the Pacific Ocean; at a point on extension line of the northern boundary of the rancho called Pialaya, western corner; thence northeasterly, so as to include said rancho, to the northwest corner of the rancho called Triumfo, running on northerly line of the same to the northeast corner thereof; thence to the summit of the ridge of hills called Santa Susanna; thence in a direct line northwesterly, to the southwest corner of Kern, as established in Section 3941, forming the north

west corner of Los Angeles; thence east, on southern
line of Kern to the western line of San Bernardino, as
established in Section 3943; thence southerly, on west-
ern line of San Bernardino to its point of intersection
with northern line of San Diego, as established in said
section; thence southwesterly, on San Diego line, as
established in Section 3944, to northwest corner of San
Diego, in Pacific Ocean; thence northwesterly, along
ocean shore to place of beginning; including the Islands
of Santa Catalina, San Clement, and the islands off the
coast included in Los Angeles County.
County seat-Los Angeles.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 172; 1853, p. 119; 1856, p. 53; 1857, p. 165; 1868, p. 604; see note to Sec. 3944, ante.

SANTA BARBARA.

Santa
Barbara.

3946. Beginning at the western corner of Los Angeles, as established in Section 3945; thence northerly, on westerly line of Los Angeles, as described in said section, to the northwest corner thereof, on the summit of the Coast Range, being also the southwest corner of Kern, as established in Section 3941; thence northwesterly, on the summit line, being also on western boundary of Kern, to a point of intersection with the southern line of Township Ten North, San Bernardino base; thence west, on said township line, to the Santa Maria River; thence down said river, and down the creek which divides that part of Gaudalupe Rancho known as La Larga from that known as Oso Flacco, to a point in the Pacific Ocean opposite the mouth of said creek, forming northwest corner; thence southeasterly, by the ocean shore, to the place of beginning; including the Islands of Santa Barbara, San Nicolas, San Miguel, Santa Rosa, and Santa Cruz. County Seat-Santa Barbara.

NOTE.-Stats. 1851, p. 173; 1852, p. 218; 1854, p. 148; 1866, p. 796. By Act of 1871-2, given at length in note

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