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P. T. DOWLING
LUKE D. DOYLE
W. L. DUDLEY
JONATHAN M. DUDLEY
PRESLEY DUNLAP
JOHN A. EAGON
HENRY EDGERTON
THOMAS H. ESTEY
M. M. ESTEE
EDWARD EVEY
SIMON J. FARRELL
J. A. FILCHER
JACOB RICHARD FREUD
ABRAHAM CLARK FREEMAN
T. B. GARVEY
B. B. GLASCOCK
JOSEPH C. GORMAN
W. P. GRACE
WILLIAM J. GRAVES
V. A. GREGG
JNO. S. HAGER
JOHN B. HALL
J. E. HALE
THOMAS HARRISON
JOEL A. HARVEY
T. D. HEISKELL
CONRAD HEROLD
D. W. HERRINGTON
S. G. HILBORN
J. R. W. HITCHCOCK
SAM A. HOLMES
VOLNEY E. HOWARD
W. J. HOWARD
W. F. HUESTIS
WM. PROCTER HUGHEY
G. W. HUNTER
DANIEL INMAN
GEORGE A. JOHNSON
L. F. JONES
PETER J. JOYCE
JOHN J. KENNEY
J. M. KELLEY
JAMES H. KEYES
C. R. KLEINE
T. H. LAINE
R. M. LAMPSON
H. W. LA RUE
HENRY LARKIN
DAVID LEWIS
R. LAVIGNE
J. F. LINDOW
JNO. MANSFIELD
J. WEST MARTIN
EDWARD MARTIN
JOHN G. MCCALLUM
RUSH MCCOMAS
THOMAS MCCONNELL
JOHN MCCOY
THOMAS B. MCFARLAND
JOHN FLEMING MCNUTT

WM. S. MOFFATT
L. D. MORSE
HIRAM MILLS
W. W. MORELAND
JAMES E. MURPHY
EDMOND NASON
THORWALD KLAUDIUS NELSON
HENRY NEUNABER
CHAS. C. O'DONNELL
GEORGE OHLEYER
JAMES O'SULLIVAN
A. P. OVERTON
JAMES MARTIN PORTER
WILLIAM H. PROUTY
M. R. C. PULLIAM
PATRICK REDDY
CHAS. F. REED
JAS. S. REYNOLDS
JNO. M. RHODES
CHAS. S. RINGGOLD
HORACE C. ROLFE
GEO. W. SCHELL
RUFUS SHOEMAKER
J. SCHOMP
JAMES McM. SHAFTER
BENJ. SHURTLEFF
E. O. SMITH
H. W. SMITH
GEO. VENABLE SMITH
E. P. SOULE
JOHN C. STEDMAN
GEO. STEELE
D. C. STEVENSON
CHAS. V. STUART
W. J. SWASEY
CHARLES SWENSON
R. S. SWING
D. S. TERRY
S. B. THOMPSON
W. J. TINNIN
F. 0. TOWNSEND
P. B. TULLY
H. K. TURNER
DANIEL TUTTLE
A. P. VACQUEREL
WALTER VAN DYKE
WM. VAN VOORHIES
JNO. WALKER
HUGH WALKER
BYRON WATERS
J. V. WEBSTER
JOSEPH R. WELLER
PATRICK M. WELLIN
JOHN P. WEST
WM. F. WHITE
JOHN T. WICKES
H. C. WILSON
JOS. W. WINANS
N. G. WYATT

APPENDIX A

ACT FOR THE ADMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA INTO

THE UNION

WHEREAS, The people of California have presented a constitution and asked admission into the Union, which constitution was submitted to Congress by the President of the United States, by message dated February thirteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty, and which, on due examination, is found to be republican in its form of government:

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the State of California shall be one, and is hereby declared to be one, of the United States of America, and admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States in all respects whatever.

2. The said State of California is admitted into the Union upon the express condition that the people of said State, through their Legislature or otherwise, shall never interfere with the primary disposal of the public lands within its limits, and shall pass no law and do no act whereby the title of the United States to, and right to dispose of, the same shall be impaired or questioned; and that they shall never lay any tax, or assessment of any description whatsoever, upon the public domain of the United States; and in no case shall non-resident proprietors, who are citizens of the United States, be taxed higher than residents; and that all the navigable waters within the said State shall be common highways, and forever free, as well to the inhabitants of said State as to the citizens of the United States, without any tax, impost, or duty therefor; provided, that nothing herein contained shall be construed as recognizing or rejecting the propositions tendered by the people of California, as articles of compact in the ordinance adopted by the convention which formed the Constitution of that State.

3. All laws of the United States which are not locally inapplicable shall have the same force and effect within the said State of California as elsewhere within the United States.

Approved September 9, 1850.

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APPENDIX B

DISTRICTS INTO WHICH THE STATE IS DIVIDED

I. ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS (Statutes of 1911, Extra Session, page 18)

ist. Del Norte and Siskiyou counties.
2d. Humboldt county.
3d. Shasta and Trinity counties.
4th. Plumas, Lassen, Modoc, and Sierra counties.
5th. Tehama, Glenn, and Colusa counties.
6th. Mendocino county.
7th. Butte county.

8th. Yuba, Sutter, and Yolo counties. Edward M. Hulme

42d. 43d.

9th. Nevada and Placer counties.
roth. Solano county.
uith. Napa and Lake counties.
12th and 13th. Sonoma county.
14th and 15th. Sacramento county.
16th. Amador, Eldorado, Alpine, and Calaveras counties.
17th. Marin county.
18th. Contra Costa county.
19th and 20th. San Joaquin county.
21st to 33d, inclusive. The city and county of San Francisca
34th to 41st, inclusive. Alameda county.

San Mateo county.

Santa Cruz county. 44th and 45th. Santa Clara county. 46th. Stanislaus county. 47th. Mariposa, Tuolumne, Mono, and Inyo counties. 48th. Monterey and San Benito counties. 49th. Merced and Madera counties. 50th to 52d, inclusive. Fresno county. 53d. San Luis Obispo county. 54th. Kings county. 55th. Tulare county. 56th. Kern county. 57th and 58th. San Bernardino county.

59th. Santa Barbara county.
both. Ventura county.
oist to 75th, inclusive. Los Angeles county.
76th. Orange county.
77th. Riverside county.
78th. Imperial county.
79th and Both. San Diego county.

II. SENATORIAL DISTRICTS (Statutes of 1911, Extra Session, page 140)

Ist. Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, and Tehama counties. 2d. Modoc, Siskiyou, Shasta, and Lassen counties. 3d. Plumas, Sierra, Nevada, Placer, and Eldorado counties. 4th. Mendocino, Colusa, Lake, and Glenn counties. 5th. Napa and Solano counties. 6th. Butte, Yuba, Sutter, and Yolo counties. 7th. Sacramento county. 8th. Sonoma county. 9th. Marin and Contra Costa counties. ioth. San Joaquin and Amador counties. 11th. San Mateo, San Benito, and Santa Cruz counties. 12th. Tuolumne, Mariposa, Stanislaus, Merced, Alpine, Mono, Madera,

and Calaveras counties. 13th to 16th, inclusive. Alameda county. 17th. Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties. 18th to 24th, inclusive. The city and county of San Francisco. 25th. Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. 26th. Fresno county. 27th and 28th. Santa Clara county. 29th. Part of Los Angeles county. 30th. San Bernardino and Inyo counties. 31st.

Part of Los Angeles county.

Kings, Tulare, and Kern counties. 33d to 38th, inclusive. Balance of Los Angeles county. 39th. Riverside, Orange, and Imperial counties. 40th. San Diego county.

32d.

III. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (Statutes of 1911, Extra Session, page

164)

Ist.

Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Glenn, Butte, Yuba, Sutter,

Marin, Colusa, Lake, and Sonoma counties.

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