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city; thence east along said line to the place of beginning, shall constitute the sixty-first assembly district.

62. Sixty-second. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included within and comprising the following election precincts of 1910, to wit; Redondo Beach City numbers one and two, Hermosa Beach City, Wiseburn, Inglewood City, Freeman, Del Rey, Ocean Park City numbers 1, 2 and three, Moneta, Howard, Ballona, Cienega, Santa Monica City numbers, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, Malibu, National Military Home numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, Sawtelle City numbers 1, 2 and 3, and Sherman, shall constitute the sixty-second assembly district.

63. Sixty-third. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the center lines of Washington and Hoover streets, in the city of Los Angeles; thence along the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Hoover street to Pico street, Pico street to Hoover street, Hoover street to Carondelet street, Carondelet street to Ninth street, Ninth street to Hoover street, Hoover street to Benton boulevard, Benton boulevard to Sixth street, Sixth street to Hoover street, Hoover street to Decidental boulevard, Occidental boulevard to First street, First street to Occidental boulevard, Occidental boulevard to Sunset boulevard, Sunset boulevard to Alvarado street, Alvarado street to the north patent boundary of said city; thence along the same east to the easterly line of that portion of Tropico precinct number 2 annexed to said city prior to November 1, 1911; thence northwesterly, westerly and southerly, following the exterior lines of those portions of Tropico precincts numbers 1 and 2, and of Ivanhoe precinct, so annexed to said city, to the north line of the former city of Hollywood, the same being a point in the present north boundary line of the city of Los Angeles; thence following the boundary line of said city of Los Angeles westerly southerly, westerly, southerly, westerly, southerly, easterly, southerly, easterly and southerly to the center line of Washington street; thence east along said center line to the point of beginning, shall constitute the sixty-third assembly district.

64. Sixty-fourth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Hill and Seventh streets, in the city of Los Angeles; thence along the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Hill street to Temple street, Temple street to Hill street, Hill street to Sunset boulevard, Sunset boulevard to Hill street, Hill street to Alpine street, Alpine street to Cleveland street, Cleveland street to College street, College street to Adobe street, Adobe street to Look Out Drive, Look Out Drive to Park Terrace, Park Terrace to Sunset boulevard, Sunset boulevard to Occidental boulevard, Occidental boulevard to First street, First street to Occidental boulevard, Occidental boulevard to Hoover street, Hoover street to Sixth street, Sixth street to Benton boulevard, Benton boulevard to Hoover street, Hoover street to Seventh street, Seventh street to Hill street, the point of beginning, shall constitute the sixty-fourth assembly district.

65. Sixty-fifth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the center lines of North Broadway and Daly street, in the city of Los Angeles; thence along the center lines of the following named streets, to wit: North

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Broadway (crossing the official bed of the Los Angeles river) to Berbardo street, Bernardo street to Adobe street, Adobe street to College street, College street to Cleveland street, Cleveland street to Alpine street, Alpine street to Hill street, Hill street to Sunset boulevard, Sunset boulevard to Hill street, Hill street to Temple street, Temple street to Hill street, Hill street to Fifth street, Fifth street to Central avenue, Central avenue to Sixth street, Sixth street and its easterly extensions to the intersection with the center line of Gless street, Gless street to Fifth street, Fifth street to Pecan street Pecan street to First street, First street to Pleasant avenue, Pleasant avenue to Brooklyn arenue, Brooklyn avenue to Macy street, Macy street to Gallardo street, Gallardo street to Mission road, Mission road to Daly street, Daly street to North Boardway, the point of beginning, shall constitute the sixty. fifth assembly district.

66. Sixty-sixth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the northeastern corner of the eity of Los Angeles, as the same is described in the United States patent; thence westerly along the northern patent boundary line of said city to the center line of Griffin avenue, or the northerly prolongation thereof; thence along the northerly prolongation of said center line and along the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Griffin avenue to Avenue Thirty-five, Avenue Thirty-five to Pasadena avenue, Pasadena avenue to Daly street, Daly street to Mission Road, Mission Road to Gallardo street, Gallardo street to Macy street, Macy street to Brooklyn avenue, Brooklyn avenue to Pleasant avenue, Pleasant avenue to First street, First street to Pecan street, Pecan street to Fifth street, Fifth street to Gless street, Gless street to Sixth street, Sixth street and its extension westerly, along the line of assembly district number 65, as constituted and designated by this section, to the center line of the official bed of the Los Angeles river; thence southerly along said center live and its southerly prolongation to the south boundary of said city; thence east along said boundary line to the southeastern corner of said city; thence north along the east line of said city to the point of beginning, shall constitute the sixty-sixth assembly district.

67. Sixty-seventh. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles ineluded within and comprising the following election precincts of 1910, to wit: Pasadena City numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 and Altadena, shall constitute the sixty-seventh assembly district.

68. Sixty-eighth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles in. eiuded within and comprising the following election precincts, and parts of election precincts of 1910, to wit: Claremont City, La Verne, Lordsburg City, San Dimas, Pomona City numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Spadra, Azusa, Azusa City, Glendora, Covina, Covina City, Rowland, Rivera, Los vietos, Whittier City numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4, and all of El Monte precinct except that portion thereof lying north of the westerly prolongation of the south line of Santa Anita precinct and except that portion thereof lying west of the line dividing ranges 11 and 12 west, in township 1 south, San Bernardino base and meridian, shall constitute the sixty-eighth assembly district.

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69. Sixty-ninth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included within and comprising the following election precincts, and parts of election precincts of 1910, to wit: Monrovia City numbers 1, 2 and 3, Duarte, Arcadia City numbers 1 and 2, Sierra Madre City, Lamanda numbers 1 and 2, Santa Anita, San Gabriel, Alhambra City numbers 1, 2 and 3, South Pasadena City numbers 1, 2 and 3, Baird, Belvidere numbers 1 and 2, Montebello, Laguna, Fruitland, Vernon City, Hunting. ton Park City numbers 1 and 2, that part of the precincts of Miramonte and Florence lying east of the center line of the right of way of the Long Beach line of the Pacific Electric Railway Company, and that part of the precinct of El Monte lying north of the westerly prolongation of the southerly line of Santa Anita precinet and also that part of said precinct of El Monte, lying west of the line dividing ranges 11 and 12 west, in township 1 south, San Bernardino base and meridian, shall constitute the sixty-ninth assembly district.

70. Seventieth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included within and comprising the following election precincts, and parts of election precincts of 1910, to wit: Long Beach City numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, Naples, Alamitos, Cerritos, Artesia, Norwalk, La Mirada, East Whittier, Downey numbers 1 and 2, Clearwater, Willowbrook, Dominguez, Watts City, Compton City, and that part of Wilmington preinct which was annexed to the city of Long Beach prior to November 1, 1911, shall constitute the seventieth assembly district.

71. Seventy-first. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included within and comprising the following election precincts, and parts of election precincts of 1910, to wit: Catalina, Lomita, Green Meadows, Gardena, numbers 1 and 2, all of Wilmington precinct, except the part which was prior to November 1, 1911, annexed to the city of Long Beach, that part of the precincts of Miramonte and Florence lying west of the center line of the right of way of the Long Beach line of the Pacific Electric Railway Company, and Los Angeles City precincts numbers 192, 193, 194, 197, 198, 199, 200, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 211, 213, 218, 219, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229 and 230, shall constitute the seventy-first assembly district.

72. Seventy-second. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included within and comprising the following election precincts, and parts of election precincts of 1910, to wit: Los Angeles City numbers 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, that part of Los Angeles City precinct number 157 lying south of the center line of Jefferson street, and all of Los Angeles City precinct number 177, except that portion thereof bounded by the west patent boundary line of the city of Los Angeles, the center line of Hoover street (formerly Kingsley street) and the center line of West Jefferson street, shall constitute the seventy-second assembly district.

73. Seventy-third. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Main and Washington street, in the ity of Los Angeles; thence along the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Main street to Jefferson street, Jefferson street to Figueroa street, Figueroa street to Vernon avenue,

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Vernon avenue to McKinley avenue, or the northerly prolongation of McKinley avenue from the south, McKinley avenue and said prolonga. tion to Fifty-first street, Fifty-first street to Central avenue, Central avenue to Fifty-first street, Fifty-first street to Hooper avenue, Hooper avenue to Fifty-first street, Fifty-first street and the easterly prolongation thereof to a point in the easterly boundary line of the city of Los Angeles, thence in a northerly direction along said boundary line to the southerly charter boundary line of the city of Los Angeles where the same intersects the center line of Alameda street, Alameda street to Twentieth street, Twentieth street to Central avenue, Central avenue to Washington street, Washington street to Main street, the point of beginning, shall constitute the seventy-third assembly district.

74. Seventy-fourth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Fifth and Hill streets, in the city of Los Angeles; thence along the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Fifth street to Central avenue, Central avenue to Sixth street, Sixth street and the extension thereof along the line of assembly district number 65, as designated and constituted by this section to the center line of the official bed of the Los Angeles river; thence southerly along the last mentioned line and the prolongation thereof to the south boundary line of the city of Los Angeles; thence westerly along said boundary line to the center line of Alameda street, Alameda street to Twentieth street, Twentieth street to Central avenue, Central avenue to Washington street, Washington street to Hill street, Hill street to Fifth street, the point of beginning, shall constitute the seventy-fourth assembly district.

75. Seventy-fifth. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of Seventh and Hill streets, in the city of Los Angeles; thence along the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Seventh street to Hoover street, Hoover street to Ninth street, Ninth street to Carondelet street, Carondelet street to Hoover street, Hoover street to Pico street, Pico street to Hoover street, Hoover street to Jefferson street, Jefferson street to Main street, Main street to Washington street, Washington street to Hill street, Hill street to Seventh street, the point of beginning shall constitute the seventy-fifth assembly district.

76. Seventy-sixth. The county of Orange shall constitute the seventysixth assembly district.

77. Seventy-seventh. The county of Riverside shall constitute the seventy-seventh assembly district.

78. Seventy-eighth. The county of Imperial shall constitute the seventy-eighth assembly district.

79. Seventy-ninth. All that portion of the county of San Diego ineluded within the corporate limits of the city of San Diego shall constitute the seventy-ninth assembly district.

80. Eightieth. All that portion of the county of San Diego not ineluded in the seventy-ninth assembly district shall constitute the eighthieth assembly district. $3. Undescribed precincts attached to adjacent districts. Any precinct, or portion of any precinct, not specifically described herein as constituting a portion of either a senatorial or assembly district, shall be attached to and constitute a part of the senatorial or assembly district adjacent thereto and situated within the same county or city and county, having, as shown by the last federal census a less population than any other such district adjacent thereto.

§ 4. Repeal of former acts. An act entitled "An act to divide the state into legislative districts as required by section 6, article 4 of the constitution, and to provide for the election of assemblymen and senators in such districts," approved March 11, 1891, and also an act entitled "An act to divide the state into legislative districts and to provide for the election of senators and assemblymen therein," approved March 21, 1901, and all other acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. [Amendment approved 1912; Stats. Ex. Sess. 1911, p. 149.)

Legislation & 90. 1. Enacted March 19, 1907. See ante, Legislation Title I and Chapter II. 2. Amended by Stats. Extra Sess. 1911, p. 149.

CHAPTER III.
Congressional Districts.

§ 117. Congressional districts. § 117. Congressional districts. The state is divided into eleven congressional districts, which shall be designated and constituted as follows:

1. First. The counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Glenn, Butte, Yuba, Sutter, Marin, Colusa, Lake and Sonoma shall constitute the first congressional district.

2. Second. The counties of Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity, Shasta, Lassen, Tehama, Plumas, Sierra, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Alpine, Tuolumne and Mariposa shall constitute the second congressional district.

3. Third. The counties of Napa, Yolo, Sacramento, Solano, Contra Costa and San Joaquin shall constitute the third congressional district.

4. Fourth. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco comprising the twenty-eighth, thirty-first, thirtieth, thirty-second, thirtythird and twenty-first assembly districts, as such districts are constituted by section 90 of this code, as amended at the extraordinary session of the legislature commencing November 27, 1911, shall constitute the fourth congressional district.

5. Fifth. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco not included in the fourth congressional district shall constitute the fifth congressional district.

6. Sixth. The county of Alameda shall constitute the sixth con. gressional district.

7. Seventh. The counties of Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern shall constitute the seventh congressional district.

8. Eighth. The counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Benito, Monterey, San Louis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura sball constitute the eighth congressional district.

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