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Twenty-eighth.

Sec. 29. The county of Marin shall constitute the twenty-eighth assembly district.
Twenty-ninth.

Sec. 30. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: com-
mencing at the point of intersection where the center line of Bryant street intersects the waters
of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets:
Bryant to First, First to Minna, Minna to Second, Second to Market, Market to Kearny, Kearny
to Sacramento, Sacramento to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore to
the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-ninth asseinbly district.
Thirtieth.

Sec. 31. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant and First streets, continuing thence along the center of the following-ramed streets: Bryant to Third, Third to Market, Market to Second, Second to Minna, Minna to First, and First to the place of beginning, shall constitute the thirtieth assembly district. Thirty-first.

Sec. 32. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Sacramento street and the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Sacramento to Kearny, Kearny to Sutter, Sutter to Stockton, Stockton to Pacific, Pacific to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning, together with all the waters of the bay of San Francisco, and the islands contained therein situated within the bound. aries of the city and county of San Francisco-shall constitute the thirty-first assembly district. Thirty-second.

Sec. 33. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: com. mencing at the intersection of Pacific street and the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following.named streets: Pacific to Stockton, Stockton to Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Green, Green to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay of San Francisco to the place of beginning-shall constitute the thirty-second assembly district. Thirty-third.

Sec. 34. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the point of intersection of Green street and the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Green to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Jones, Jones to Greenwich, Greenwich to the waters of the bay of San Fran. cisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning--shall constitute the thirty. third assembly district. Thirty-fourth.

Sec. 35. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Greenwich street and the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Greenwich to Jones, Jones to Sutter, Sutter to Hyde, Hyde to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning—shall constitute the thirty-fourth assembly district. Thirty-fish.

SEC. 36. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant and Third streets, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Fourth, Fourth to Market, Market to Stockton, Stockton to Sutter, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to Third, Third to the place of beginning, shall constitute the thirty-fifth assembly district. Thirty-sixth.

Sec. 37. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Fourth and Bryant streets, thence along the center of the follow. ing-named streets: Bryant to Fifth, Fifth to Market, Market to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Stockton, Stockton to Market, Market to Fourth, and Fourth to the place of beginning, shall constitute the thirty-sixth assembly district. Thirty-seventh.

SEC. 38. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Fifth and Bryant streets, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Sixth, Sixth to Market, Market to Taylor, Taylor to Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Market, Market to Fifth, and Fifth to the place of beginning, shall constitute the thirty-seventh assembly district. Thirty-eighth.

SEC. 39. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Sixth and Bryant streets, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Seventh, Seventh to Market, Market to McAllister, McAllister to Leavenworth, Leavenworth to Sutter, Sutter to Taylor, Taylor to Market, Market to Sixth, and Sixth to the place of beginning, shall constitute the thirty-eighth assembly district. Thirty-ninth.

Sec. 40. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Bryant and Seventh streets, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Eighth, Eighth to Market, Market to Larkin, Larkin

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to Sutter, Sutter to Leavenworth, Leavenworth to McAllister, McAllister to Market, Market to Seventh, and Seventh to the place of beginning, shall constitute the thirty-ninth assembly district. Fortieth.

Sec. 41. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Bryant and Eighth streets, continuing thence along the center of the following.named streets: Bryant to Eleventh, Eleventh to Market, Market to Van Ness, Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Larkin, Larkin to Market, Market to Eighth, and Eighth to the place of beginning, shall constitute the fortieth assembly district. Forty-first.

SEC. 42. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Hyde street with the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of Hyde street to the center of California street; thence along the center of California street in a direct line to its intersection with the east line of the city cemetery; thence northerly in a direct line to the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence along the shore in an easterly direction to the place of beginning-shall constitute the forty-first assembly district. Forty-second.

SEC. 43. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Avenue B and the waters of the Pacific ocean, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Avenue B to First avenue, First avenue to Turk street, Turk to Devisadero, Devisadero to Eddy, Eddy to Van Ness, Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Hyde, Hyde to California, California to the east line of the city cemetery; thence northerly in a direct line to the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence along the shore in a westerly and southerly direction to the place of beginning, together with the islands known as the Farallone islands—shall constitute the forty-second assembly district. Forty-third.

Sec. 44. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: com. mencing at the intersection of Avenue B and the waters of the Pacific ocean, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Avenue B to First avenue, First avenue to Turk, Turk to Devisadero, Devisadero to Eddy, Eddy to Van Ness, Van Ness to Fell, Fell to Stanyan, Stanyan to D, D to the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence along the shore of said ocean to the place of beginning-shall constitute the forty-third assembly district. Forty-fourth.

Sec. 45. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Avenue D and the waters of the Pacific ocean, continuing thence along the center of the following.named streets: Avenue D to Stanyan, Stanyan to Fell, Fell to Van Ness, Van Ness to Market, Market to Eleventh, Eleventh to Channel

, Channel to Harrison, Harrison to Fourteenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Eighteenth; thence along Eighteenth to its westerly end; thence in a direct line westerly to an intersection of the eastern limit of K street (or avenue); thence along K to the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence northerly along the shore to the place of beginning-shall constitute the forty-fourth assembly district. Forty-fiju.

Sec. 46. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Guerrero and Fourteenth streets, continuing thence along the center of the following.named streets: Fourteenth to Harrison, Harrison to Channel, Channel to Bryant, Bryant to Seventh, Seventh to Mississippi, Mississippi to Napa, Napa to Twentieth, Twentieth to Guerrero, and Guerrero to the place of beginning, shall constitute the

forty-fifth assembly district. Forty-sixth. Sec. 47. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Bryant street and the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Seventh,

Seventh to Mississippi

, Mississippi to Napa, Napa to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; and thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning-shall constitute the forty-sixth assembly district. Forty-seventh. SEC. 48. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: com. mencing at the intersection of Napa street and the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Napa to Howard, Howard to Army, Army to Mission; thence along the county road to its intersection with the boundary line dividing the counties of San Francisco and San Mateo; thence along said boundary line to its inter. section with the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning-shall constitute the forty-seventh assembly district. Forty-eighth

SEC. 49. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of K street and the waters of the Pacific ocean, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: K to its easterly limit, thence in a direct line to the westerly end of Eighteenth, Eighteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twentieth, Twentieth to with the boundary line dividing the counties of San Francisco and San Mateo; thence along said line to the waters of the Pacibíc ocean; thence along the shore of said ocean to the place of eginning-shall constitute the forty-eighth assembly district.

Forty-ninth.

Sec. 50. The county of San Mateo shall constitute the forty-ninth assembly district. Fiftieth.

SEC. 51, The county of Santa Cruz shall constitute the fiftieth assembly district. Fifty-first.

Sec. 52. All that portion of Alameda county comprising the townships of Murray and Wash. ington, and that certain portion of Eden township within the corporate limits of the town of Haywards, and that portion of said Eden township known as Castro valley election precinct, described as follows, to wit: commencing at a point where the northerly line of the town of Haywards is intersected by the dividing line between San Lorenzo and Castro valley election precincts; thence along said dividing line of said precincts to the middle line of San Leandro creek; thence easterly and northerly along the middle line of said creek to the dividing line of Alameda and Contra Costa counties; thence easterly and southerly along said dividing line of said counties to its point of intersection with the dividing line of Eden and Murray townships aforesaid; thence along sail dividing line between Eden and Murray townships to the corner of Eden, Murray, and Washington townships; thence westerly along the line dividing the town. ships of Washington and Eden to the middle of the mountain road from Haywards; thence northerly along the middle of said road to the sontherly boundary line of the town of Haywards; thence along the boundary line of Haywards and Castro valley election precincts to the place of beginning-shall constitute the fifty-first assembly district. Fifty-second.

SEC. 53. All that portion of Alameda county comprising so much of Eden township as is not included in the fifty-first assembly district, and that portion of Brooklyn township lying outside of the city of Oakland, and all of Alameda township, shall constitute the fifty-second assembly district. Fifty-third.

SEC. 54. All that portion of Alameda county comprising the sixth and fourth wards of the city of Oakland, described as follows: beginning at the point in the westerly line of the seventh ward where the same is intersected by Tenth street produced; thence westerly along said Tenth street to Adaline street; thence southerly along said Adaline street to the northerly line of Alameda township; thence easterly along said line of Alameda township to where the same is intersected by the dividing line between the said sixth and seventh wards; thence northerly along said dividing line to the point of beginning—shall constitute the fifty-third assembly district. Fifty-fourth.

Sec. 55. All that portion of Alameda county comprising the first ward of the city of Oakland, being all that portion of said city of Oakland lying west of Adaline street; and all that portion of the county of Alameda, being a portion of Oakland township, lying outside of said city of Oakland, bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northern charter line of the city of Oakland with the dividing line between Bay and Temescal election precincts; thence northerly along said dividing line to where it intersects the southerly line of Berkeley election precinct; thence westerly along said line of said Berkeley election precinct to the dividing line between Berkeley and West Berkeley election precincts; thence northerly along said dividing' line last named to the southerly line of Ocean View election precinct; thence casterly along said last named line to the dividing line between Alameda and Contra Costa counties; thence northwesterly and westerly along said Alameda and Contra Costa boundary line of Alameda county and the city and county of San Francisco; thence southerly along said last named boundary line to the said northern charter line of the city of Oakland; thence easterly along said last named line to the point of beginning-shall constitute the fifty-fourth assembly district. Fifty-fifth.

SEC. 56. All that portion of Alameda county comprising the second and third wards of the city of Oakland, and bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northern charter line of the city of Oakland with the center line of Adaline street; thence southerly along said center line of Adaline street to where the same is intersected by the center line of Tenth street; thence easterly along said center line of Tenth street to the center line of Broadway; thence northerly along the center line of Broadway to the dividing line between the second and fifth wards; thence easterly along said dividing line last named to the dividing line between the second and seventh wards; thence northerly along said last named line to the said northern charter line; thence westerly along said last named line to the point of beginning-shall constitute the fifty-fifth assembly district. Fifty-sixth.

Sec. 57. All that portion of Alameda county comprising all of Oakland township outside of the city of Oakland, and not included in the fifty-fourth assembly district, and all of the city of Oakland constituting the fifth and seventh wards, not included in the fifty-third, fifty-fourth, and fifty-fifth assembly districts, shall constitute the fifty-sixth assembly district. Fifty-seventh.

Sec. 58. The county of Contra Costa shall constitute the fifty-seventh assembly district. Fifty-eighth.

Sec. 59. All that portion of the county of San Joaquin comprising the city of Stockton shall constitute the fifty-eighth assembly district. Fifty-ninth.

SEC. 60. all that portion of San Joaquin county not included in the fifty-eighth district shall constitute the fifty-ninth assembly district.

Sictieth.

Sec. 61. The county of Amador shall constitute the sixtieth assembly district.
Sixty-first.

SEC 62. The county of Calaveras shall constitute the sixty-first assembly district.
Sixty-second.

SÉC. 63. The county of Tuolumne shall constitute the sixty-second assembly district.
Sirty-third.

SÉC. 64. All that portion of the county of Santa Clara comprising the townships of Almaden,
Redwood, Fremont, Alviso, and Santa Clara shall constitute the sixty-third assembly district.
Sixty-fourth.

SEC. 65. All that portion of the county of Santa Clara comprising the city of San José shall
constitute the sixty-fourth assembly district.
Sixty-fijih.
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. 66. All that portion of Santa Clara county comprising the townships of Milpitas, Burnett, and Gilroy, and all of the township of San José except the city of San José, shall comprise the sixty-fith assembly district. Sixty-sixth.

SEC. 67. The county of Stanislaus shall constitute the sixty-sixth assembly district.
Sixty.serenth.

SEC. 68. The counties of Merced and Mariposa shall constitute the sixty seventh assembly
district.
Sixty-eighth.

Sec. 09. The county of San Benito shall constitute the sixty-eighth assembly district.
Sixty-ninth.

Sec. 70. The county of Monterey shall constitute the sixty-ninth assembly district.
Seventieth,

Sec. 71. The county of Fresno shall constitute the seventieth assembly district.
Serenty-first.

Sec. 72. The county of Tulare shall constitute th seventy-first assembly district.
Seventy-second.

Sec. 73. The counties of Alpine, Mono, and Inyo shall constitute the seventy-second
assembly district.
Seventy-third.

Sec. 74. The county of San Luis Obispo shall constitute the seventy-third assembly district.
Seventy-fourth.
Sec. 75. The county of Santa Barbara shall constitute the seventy-fourth assembly district.
Seventy-fith.

Sec. 76. The counties of Kern and Ventura shall constitute the seventy-fifth assembly
district.
Seventy-sixth.
Sec. 77. All that portion of Los Angeles county contained in the townships of Soledad, San
Fernando, El Monte, San Gabriel, La Ballona, Azusa, Wilmington, San Antonio, and all that
portion of Los Angeles township not contained within the city limits of Los Angeles city, shall
constitute the seventy-sixth assembly district.
Seventy-seventh.

Sec. 78. That portion of Los Angeles county contained within the limits of the city of Los
Angeles shall constitute the seventy-seventh assembly district.
Seventy-eighth.
Sec. 79. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles not included in the seventy-sixth and
seventy-seventh assembly districts shall constitute the seventy-eighth assembly district.
Seventy-ninth.

Sec. 80. The county of San Bernardino shall constitute the seventy-ninth assembly district.
Eightieth.

Sec. 81. The county of San Diego shall constitute the eightieth assembly district.
One member to be elected from each district.

Sec. 82. Each assembly district shall elect one member of the assembly, as follows: a mem-
ber of the assembly shall be elected in each assembly district at the general election, to be held
in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, and every two years thereafter.
Boundaries, etc., shall not be changed.
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. 83. Neither boards of supervisors, municipal authorities, or any other officer, shall havo power to alter the boundaries of any township, ward, election precinct, or other local subdirision of any county, city, or town, so as to change the boundaries of any assembly district as detined in this act. Repeal of conflicting acts.

SEC. 84. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. Election of senators from odd-numbered hold only until the election of 1886, under the districts. -Senators elected in 1882 from odd. act of 1883, supra: McPherson v. Bartlett, 3 numbered districts hold office for two years West Coast Rep. 685. only. Their successors to be elected in 1884

CHAPTER III.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.
117. Congressional districts.
Section 117 was superseded by subsequent acts. This act repeals all acts in conflict.
An Act to divide the state of California into congressional districts.

(Approved March 13, 1883; 1883, 296.) Division.

SECTION 1. For the purpose of electing representatives to the congress of the United States, this state is hereby divided into six congressional districts, as follows: First district.

Sec. 2. The counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, Siskiyou, Shasta, Modoc, Lassen,
Plumas, Sierra, Tehama, Colusa, Mendocino, Lake, Sonoma, and Napa shall comprise the first
congressional district.
Second district.

Sec. 3. The counties of Butte, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador, Calave. ras, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Tuolumne, and Mariposa shall comprise the second congressional district. Third district.

SEC. 4. The counties of Yolo, Sacramento, Solano, Contra Costa, Marin, and Alameda shall comprise the third congressional district. Fourth district.

Sec. 5. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco described as follows, to wit: commencing at the intersection of Bryant street with the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of Bryant street to the center of Seventh street; thence along the center of Seventh street to the center of Market street; thence along the center of Market street to the center of McAllister street; thence along the center of McAllister street to the center of Leavenworth street; thence along the center of Leavenworth street to the center of Sutter street; thence along the center of Sutter street to the center of Hyde street; thence along the center of Hyde street to the center of California street; thence along the center of California street to its intersection with the east line of the city cemetery; thence northerly in a direct line to the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence along the shore in an easterly direction to the place of beginning, together with all the islands within the boundaries of the city and county of San Francisco-shall comprise the fourth congressional district. Fifth district,

Sec. 6. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco not included in the fourth congressional district, together with the counties of San Mateo, Santa Cruz, and Santa Clara, shall comprise the fifth congressional district. Sixth district.

Sec. 7. The counties of San Benito, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Kern, Tulare, Fresno, Alpine, Mono, Inyo, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and San Diego shall comprise the sixth congressional district.

SEC. 8. All acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 9. This act shall take effect immediately.

CHAPTER IV.

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. 125. Laws relating to judicial districts repealed.

All of chapter 4, from section 125 to 142, approved February 13, 1880; amendments 1880, both included, and all other laws and parts of 1 (Ban. ed. 5); took effect from passage. This laws creating judicial districts in this state, repeal of sections 123 to 142, inclusive, was in defining the boundaries thereof, or providing pursuance of the new scheme of judicial disterms of courts therein, were repealed by an act tricts adopted by the new constitution.

TITLE II.

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT. 145. Located at Sacramento.

Seo. 145. The seat of government of this state is at the city of Sacramento. Seat of government.—The same is further mento.” The following sketch by the code guaranteed by article 20, section 1, of the con- commissioners possesses historic interest: “All stitution: See Statutes in Force, tit. “Sacra- the official acts of Brigadier-General Riley as

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