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thence westerly along said boundary line to the point of its intersection with the Pacific ocean; thence northerly along the line of said ocean to the point of beginning-shall be the thirteenth senatorial district, and shall elect two senators and four members of the assembly.

Fourteenth.

SEC. 14. The county of Alameda shall be the fourteenth senatorial district, and shall have two senators and three members of the assembly.

Fifteenth.

SEC. 15. The counties of Contra Costa and Marin shall be the fifteenth senatorial district, and shall elect one senator, and each of said counties shall elect one member of the assembly. Sixteenth.

SEC. 16. The counties of San Joaquin and Amador shall be the sixteenth senatorial district; San Joaquin shall elect one senator, and jointly with Amador shall elect one senator; San Joaquin shall elect three members of the assembly, and Amador shall elect two members of the assembly. Seventeenth,

SEC. 17. The counties of Tuolumne and Calaveras shall be the seventeenth senatorial district, and shall elect one senator, and each of said counties shall elect one member of the assembly. Eighteenth.

SEC. 18. The county of Sacramento shall be the eighteenth senatorial district, and shall elect two senators and three members of the assembly.

Nineteenth.

SEC. 19. The counties of Solano and Yolo shall be the nineteenth senatorial district; Solano shall elect one senator and two members of the assembly; Yolo shall elect one member of the assembly, and jointly with Solano shall elect one senator.

Twentieth.

SEC. 20. The counties of Napa, Lake, and Sonoma shall constitute the twentieth senatorial district, and shall elect one senator; and Napa and Lake counties shall each elect one member of the assembly.

Twenty-first.

SEC. 21. The county of Sonoma shall be the twenty-first senatorial district, and shall elect one senator and three members of the assembly.

Twenty-second.

SEC. 22. The county of Placer shall be the twenty-second senatorial district, and shall elect one senator and one member of the assembly.

Twenty-third.

SEC. 23. The counties of El Dorado and Alpine shall be the twenty-third senatorial district, and shall elect one senator; the county of El Dorado shall clect one member of the assembly; and the counties of El Dorado and Alpine shall jointly elect one member of the assembly. Twenty-fourth.

SEC. 24. The counties of Nevada and Sierra shall be the twenty-fourth senatorial district; Nevada shall elect one senator and three members of the assembly; Sierra shall elect one member of the assembly and one senator jointly with Nevada.

Twenty-fifth.

SEC. 25. The counties of Yuba and Sutter shall be the twenty-fifth senatorial district, and shall elect one senator; Yuba shall elect two members of the assembly, and Sutter shall elect one member of the assembly.

Twenty-sixth.

SEC. 26. The counties of Butte, Plumas, and Lassen shall be the twenty-sixth senatorial district, and shall elect one senator; Butte shall elect two members of the assembly, and Plumas and Lassen shall jointly elect one member of the assembly.

Twenty-seventh.

SEC. 27. The counties of Mendocino, Humboldt, Klamath, and Del Norte shall be the twenty-seventh senatorial district, and shall elect one senator; Humboldt and Mendocino shall each elect one member of the assembly, and Klamath and Del Norte shall jointly elect one member of the assembly.

Twenty-eighth.

SEC. 28. The counties of Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity, and Shasta shall be the twenty-eighth senatorial district, and shall elect jointly one senator; Siskiyou and Modoc shall elect jointly one member of the assembly; Trinity and Shasta shall elect jointly one member of the assembly. Twenty-ninth.

SEC. 29. The counties of Colusa and Tehama shall be the twenty-ninth senatorial district, and shall elect one senator and one member of the assembly.

Of elections.

SEC. 30. At the general election to be held in the year eighteen hundred and seventy five, and every four years thereafter, there shall be elected in the first, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, twenty-seventh, and twenty-ninth districts, one senator each, and in the twelfth and thirteenth districts, two senators each.

SEC. 31. At the general election to be held in the year eighteen hundred and seventyseven, and every four years thereafter, there shall be elected in the second, third, fourth, seventh, ninth, tenth, eleventh, fourteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, and twenty-eighth districts, one senator each, and in the twenty-fourth district, two senators.

SEC. 32. At a general election to be held in the year eighteen hundred and eighty, and every two years thereafter, members of the assembly shall be elected in the several districts and counties of the state, as is provided in this act. [Amendment, approved February 7, 1880; 1880, 4 (Ban. ed. 5); took effect from passage.]

SEC. 33. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

article as to election of the members of the sen ate and assembly.

See the act of 1883, infra, in regard to assembly districts, and the repealing clause at the end thereof.

Senate and assembly districts.-Consult article 4, section 6, of the constitution of this state in regard to directions concerning apportionment of the state into senatorial and assem. bly districts, and sections 3 to 5 of the same An Act to divide the state into senatorial districts, and to provide for the election of senators therein.

Districts.

[Approved March 8, 1883; 1883, 58.]

SECTION 1. The state is hereby divided into forty senatorial districts, constituted as follows: First.

SEC. 2. The counties of Humboldt and Del Norte shall constitute the first senatorial district. Second.

SEC. 3. The counties of Trinity, Siskiyou, and Shasta shall constitute the second senatorial district.

Third.

SEC. 4. The counties of Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, and Sierra shall constitute the third senatorial district.

Fourth.

SEC. 5. The county of Butte shall constitute the fourth senatorial district Fifth.

SEC. 6. The county of Nevada shall constitute the fifth senatorial district. Sixth.

SEC. 7. The counties of Mendocino and Lake shall constitute the sixth senatorial district. Seventh.

SEC. 8. The counties of Placer and El Dorado shall constitute the seventh senatorial district. Eighth.

SEC. 9. The counties of Colusa and Tehama shall constitute the eighth senatorial district. Ninth.

SEC. 10. The counties of Yolo and Napa shall constitute the ninth senatorial district. Tenth.

SEC. 11. The county of Sonoma shall constitute the tenth senatorial district. Eleventh.

SEC. 12. The county of Solano shall constitute the eleventh senatorial district. Twelfth.

SEC. 13. The counties of Yuba and Sutter shall constitute the twelfth senatorial district. Thirteenth.

SEC. 14. The county of Sacramento shall constitute the thirteenth senatorial district. Fourteenth.

SEC. 15. The counties of Amador and Calaveras shall constitute the fourteenth senatorial district.

Fifteenth.

SEC. 16. The counties of Marin and Contra Costa shall constitute the fifteenth senatorial district.

Sixteenth.

SEC. 17. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprising the first, fourth, and sixth wards of the city of Oakland, together with the precincts of West Berkeley, Bay, and Ocean View, shall constitute the sixteenth senatorial district.

Seventeenth.

SEC. 18. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprising the second, third, fifth, and seventh wards of the city of Oakland, together with the precincts of East Berkeley, Temescal, and Piedmont, shall constitute the seventeenth senatorial district.

Eighteenth.

SEC. 19. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprising the townships of Alameda, Eden, Washington, Murray, and Brooklyn Number Two shall constitute the eighteenth senatotorial district.

Nineteenth.

SEC. 20. That portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Bryant street with the waters of the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Third, Third to Market, Market to Kearny, Kearny to Sacramento, and Sacramento to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning-shall constitute

the nineteenth senatorial district.

Twentieth.

SEC. 21. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of Green street with the waters of the bay of San Francisco, thence along the center of the following-named streets: Green to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Sacramento, Sacramento to 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 boundaries of the city and county of San Francisco-shall constitute the twentieth senatorial district.

Twenty-first.

SEC. 22. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: com. mencing at the intersection of Hyde street with the waters of the bay of San Francisco, thence along the center of the following-named streets: Hyde to Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Green, Green to its intersection with the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-first senatorial district. Twenty-second.

SEC. 23. 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, thence along the center of the following-named streets: Hyde to Sutter, Sutter to Van Ness, Van Ness to Eddy, Eddy to Devisadero, Devisadero to Turk, Turk to First Avenue, First Avenue to Avenue B, and Avenue B to its intersection with the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence northerly and easterly along the shore of the Pacific ocean and the bay of San Francisco to the place of beginning, together with the islands known as the Farallone islands-shall constitute the twenty-second senatorial district.

Twenty-third.

SEC. 24. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the center of Third and Bryant Streets, thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Fifth, Fifth to Market, Market to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to Third, Third to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-third senatorial district.

Twenty-fourth.

SEC. 25. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant and Fifth streets, 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 Mason, Mason to Market, Market to Fifth, and Fifth to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-fourth senatorial district.

Twenty-fifth.

SEC. 26. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant and Seventh 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 Leavenworth, Leavenworth to McAllister, McAllister to Market, Market to Seventh, and Seventh to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty. fifth senatorial district.

Twenty-sixth.

SEC. 27. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the intersection of the center of Bryant street and the waters of the bay of San Fran. cisco, continuing thence along the center of the following-named streets: Bryant to Channel, Channel to Harrison, Harrison to Fourteenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twentieth, Twentieth to Napa, Napa to its intersection with the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-sixth senatorial

district.

Twenty-seventh.

SEC. 28. 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, 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 Market, Market to Eleventh, Eleventh to Channel, Channel' to Harrison, Harrison to Fourteenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Eighteenth; thence along Eighteenth street to its western limit; 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 along the shore of the ocean, in a northerly direction, to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-seventh senatorial dis

trict.

Twenty-eighth.

SEC. 29. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: commencing at the point of intersection of a continuation of the line of K street and the waters of the Pac.fic ocean, continuing thence along the center of K street, or avenue, to its eastern limit; thence in a direct line easterly to an intersection of the western limit of Eighteenth street; thence along the center of the following-named streets: Eighteenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twentieth, Twentieth to Napa, Napa to the waters of the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore southerly to its intersection with the boundary line dividing the counties of San Francisco and San Mateo; thence along said line to its intersection with the waters of the Pacific ocean; thence northerly along the shore to the place of beginning-shall constitute the twenty-eighth sena

torial district.

Twenty-ninth.

SEC. 30. The county of San Joaquin shall constitute the twenty-ninth senatorial district. Thirtieth.

SEC. 31. The counties of Merced, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne shall constitute the thirtieth senatorial district.

Thirty-first.

SEC. 32. All that portion of Santa Clara county comprising the townships of Redwood, Almaden, Gilroy, Burnett, and that portion of San José township included in the election precincts of East San José, Mt. Hamilton, Evergreen, Oak Grove, the third ward of the city of San José, and that portion of the election precinct San José Number Five lying south of the northern boundary line of the city of San José, and the said boundary line prolonged westerly to the township line dividing the townships of Santa Clara and San José, shall constitute the thirty-first senatorial district.

Thirty-second.
SEC. 33.

All that portion of Santa Clara county not included in the thirty-first senatorial district shall constitute the thirty-second senatorial district.

Thirty-third.

SEC. 34 The counties of San Mateo and Santa Cruz shall constitute the thirty third sena. torial district.

Thirty-fourth.

SEC. 35. The counties of Alpine, Mono, Mariposa, and Fresno shall constitute the thirty. fourth senatorial district.

Thirty-fifth.

SEC. 36. The counties of Monterey and San Benito shall constitute the thirty-fifth senatorial district.

Thirty-sixth.

SEC. 37. The counties of Inyo, Tulare, and Kern shall constitute the thirty-sixth senatorial district.

Thirty-seventh.

SEC. 38. The counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura shall constitute the thirty-seventh senatorial district.

Thirty-eighth.

SEC. 39. That portion of the county of Los Angeles consisting of the city and township of Los Angeles, and the townships of Soledad, San Fernando, La Ballona, and San Antonio, shall constitute the thirty-eighth senatorial district.

Thirty-ninth.

SEC. 40. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles not included in the thirty-eighth senatorial district shall constitute the thirty-ninth senatorial district.

Fortieth.

SEC. 41. The counties of San Bernardino and San Diego shall constitute the fortieth senato. rial district.

Election of senators.

SEC. 42. At the general election in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-six there shall be elected forty senators, one from each senatorial district. The senators elected from the oddnumbered districts in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-six shall hold office for two years. Their successors shall be elected in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and every four years thereafter. The senators elected from the even-numbered districts shall hold office for four years. Their successors shall be elected in the year eighteen hundred and ninety, and every four years thereafter.

Boundaries shall not be altered.

SEC. 43. Neither boards of supervisors, municipal authorities, nor any other officers, shall have power to alter the boundaries of any township, ward, election precinct, or other local subdivision of any county, city, or town, so as to change the boundaries of any senatorial district as defined

in this act.

SEC. 44. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

SEC. 45. This act shall take effect July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six.

An Act to divide the state into assembly districts, and to provide for the election of assemblymen therein.

Number of districts.

[Approved March 13, 1883; 1883, 85.]

SECTION 1. The state is hereby divided into eighty assembly districts, constituted as follows: First.

SEC. 2. The counties of Del Norte and Siskiyou shall constitute the first assembly district. Second.

SEC. 3. That portion of the county of Humboldt comprising the townships of Orleans, Klamath, Trinidad, Mad River, Union, Eureka, and Bucksport shall constitute the second assembly district. Third.

SEC. 4. All that portion of Humboldt county not included in the second assembly district shall constitute the third assembly district.

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Fourth.

SEC. 5. The counties of Trinity and Shasta shall constitute the fourth assembly district.
Fifth.

SEC. 6. The counties of Modoc and Lassen shall constitute the fifth assembly district.
Sixth.

SEC. 7. The counties of Plumas and Sierra shall constitute the sixth assembly district.
Seventh.

SEC. 8. The county of Tehama shall constitute the seventh assembly district.

Eighth.

SEC. 9. That portion of the county of Butte comprising all of Chico and Dayton townships; all of Oregon township lying west of the meridian line dividing ranges two and three east, in townships twenty and twenty-one north, Mount Diablo base and meridian; all of Hamilton township except that part of said township lying east of the section boundary lines of sections four, nine, and sixteen, and north of sections twenty-seven, twenty-six, and twenty-five, township nineteen north, range three east, Mount Diablo base and meridian, as laid down on the official Imap of said Butte county; and all of Gridley township, in said county, as recently set off from Hamilton township by the board of supervisors of said county-shall constitute the eighth assembly district.

Ninth.

SEC. 10. All that portion of Butte county not included in the eighth assembly district shall constitute the ninth assembly district.

Tenth.

SEC. 11. The county of Colusa shall constitute the tenth assembly district.

Eleventh.

SEC. 12. The county of Mendocino shall constitute the eleventh assembly district.

Twelfth.

SEC. 13. The county of Lake shall constitute the twelfth assembly district.

Thirteenth.

SEC. 14. The counties of Sutter and Yuba shall constitute the thirteenth assembly district. Fourteenth.

SEC. 15. All that portion of the county of Nevada comprising the townships of Nevada, Bloomfield, and Eureka, and the precincts of Cherokee and North San Juan, in Bridgeport township, shall constitute the fourteenth assembly district.

Fifteenth.

SEC. 16. All that portion of the county of Nevada not included in the fourteenth assembly district shall constitute the fifteenth assembly district.

Sixteenth.

SEC. 17. The county of Placer shall constitute the sixteenth assembly district.

Seventeenth.

SEC. 18. The county of El Dorado shall constitute the seventeenth assembly district.
Eighteenth.

SEC. 19. All that portion of the county of Sacramento comprising the first and third wards of
Sacramento city shall constitute the eighteenth assembly district.

Nineteenth.

SEC. 20. All that portion of the county of Sacramento comprising the second and-fourth wards of Sacramento city shall constitute the nineteenth assembly district.

Twentieth.

SEC. 21. All that portion of the county of Sacramento not included in the eighteenth and nineteenth assembly districts shall constitute the twentieth assembly district.

Twenty-first.

SEC. 22. The county of Yolo shall constitute the twenty-first assembly district.

Twenty-second.

SEC. 23. The county of Napa shall constitute the twenty-second assembly district.
Twenty-third.

SEC. 24. That portion of the county of Sonoma comprising the townships of Cloverdale, Washington, Mendocino, Salt Point, Redwood, Bodega, and Ocean shall constitute the twenty-third assembly district.

Twenty-fourth.

SEC. 25. That portion of the county of Sonoma comprising the townships of Annally, Santa Rosa, Knight's Valley, and Russian River shall constitute the twenty-fourth assembly district. Twenty-fifth.

SEC. 26. All that portion of the county of Sonoma not included in the twenty-third and twentyfourth assembly districts shall constitute the twenty-fifth assembly district.

Twenty-sixth.

SEC. 27. All that portion of the county of Solano comprising the townships of Vallejo and Benicia shall constitute the twenty-sixth assembly district.

Twenty-seventh.

SEC. 28. All that portion of the county of Solano not included in the twenty-sixth assembly district shall constitute the twenty-seventh assembly district.

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