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COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
_* Continued :
.LET THE CEOPS PAY FOR YOCB FARM.
iK"c will bc'.l you irrigated land ia our
MERCED COLONY, adjoining the city limits of
Merced, on a CEOP PAYMENT PLAN. Make
one payment In cash, .then The balance of the
purchase price fftjui one-tblrd - the oroo each
rear. In othpr words, you pay exactly In- pn>-
portlon to j-oar .returns from the soil. ; "WVbave
confidence in." fb<J productivity of our land_oi\w«
<--t.iM \u25a0 rot" — icke ibis proposition.- If yoa have
•^unl co=sdesce in yourself, write -ns today for
i-Ertlculars. • .
10 c; 3 30 arr*> trß<^s, 5100 to $125 per acre,
:TH'ii;<iir.sr water ricbt.
l»-OP_BATIVE LAND & TRUST COMPANY.
r-35 Market st., San Francisco,
-an lorai* to» on 320 acres of rich.. black
*>ud sandy S"il ln Laswn connty: plenty of
filter; railroad on property. als<> school: $4'.y>
Bl*t vsvment. f-\2O. iv 3 T»ars; maps and
Sample* «f s«:3 st office. BOVEE TOY _ CO..
HI st. V
7.'. acres in Lake county: 40 acre's so— ed to
wbfjct. ir. r-a.-Kv. re«t in hey: 15 head tog*.
i.-.ris*-F. fcanv>ss. farming tools; house furnished;
f;i>t class alffil^a land: running water.- MRS.
i:\VEK?. 222 Pan Pcb!o ay.. Oakland.
THICKEN and fruit rsnebes near Hayward at
Tte )<rwest cars price* ; will accept Oakland.
Berkeley <-r Ala— .eda improved property in ex-
. harure P. E. BAIRD. 488 11th Ft.. Oakland.
OCR nrv catslopuo of country property, farm?,
fruit, pn-uirry ranches. f=tz>ck ranches, xlfalfa.
I'rr.r.er '.anf".?". rr s \\ or send for list UOTHEH-
MKI. & CO.. 247 Ttus« Wflg.. Ssa rranoiseo.
10 acres near Florin — between two railroads.
Pr!"e $400: $10 down, $10 per month. WRIGHT
iSD KIMBROI'f-JH. 607 J. SACRAMENTO.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
SPECIAL.
T tare npr>*: on li^vc strictly high prs.de bTiild-
•\u25a0 a lot 55i_103 oa on«? of the priar:p»l cross
streets- of Osk^acd. within about l.r>oo fert of
. rhe c'ty hall: present rental from the building
SfiOO per month gross; can get 5 rear lease at
$400 per month net trlta 52.000 cash bosd: this
r s first cls.^s property in every respect and -will
r-«>Br the closest Inspection: will consider bifb
prude lot close in as psrtial paymest; price
MViOO; cicrtsaje cf $:£5,00f» osn -stand if. <ie-
f.:rr-j. . . • : . -
r». F. MIS NET. 422 Uth ?:.. Ostland.
Sk - Jurt. «a»t of-B^j>ad— ay. • -. -
.^fAONIFIOENT <"X>TINEn ON 44TH ST. FOE
.*CSO PIS FOOTt~4Ox10O: trlttin H l^ock?
\u25a0 f "jvropertr. jsow.bfJns.SsJS at 555 per foot;
<:re*t work all done.; absolutely sure to-in-
\u25a0 •retse In Tfilse very rctterially. REALTY
SYNDICATE. 12IS Bmadway. Oakland.
?2.f>50 — T3'o down- 5-2.50 r>er month: excea-
?ioaal cotttpe; new and up to «!»te: be?t fin-
ish: bath, psntry. laundry: fine yard: pas
sr.t! el»etrielty; half Mock to San Pab'o car;
Fl.ort wsjv tn Berkeley local or Key Route
r.-ain. See owner. 10S1 Cfith St.. Oakland. Cal.
i'RCTTY new 5 room bungalow. cobblestone
front: mar.r.i- vie—; near Claremont Key
Honte; price $3,300. JISO down, bnlance $30
T>w taonth- O. M. PULLOCK. J420 Broadwsy,
«"»«kl«nd.
SoOOrt — 7 room, new. modern bo;;se: larpe lot;
back of Lake Merrltt, near F. M. Smith's resi-
dence: good view; can rent ?cr a year to good
r-arriep; wast a ranch. G. F. ABBOTT, room
25. 057 Brosdwsy. Oakland.
FOR sale — Cheap: new 2 story 3 stores snd office
handing. TC_VO: lot 83x126: cor. 3. 14th and
Ivy ay., or 100 Ivy ay. See DR. HAL-
PRCNER. phoce Elmhnrst 75«.
IX Piedmont — I}*, story cottage, 7- rooms: lot
130x115; gas. batb. *'ectricity; street work
in: ffood order: $4,750: terms; clear; no
.-peats. Bar 2752. Call efflcr.
I I.AUEMONT rtistrlct $2,700: new modern 5
rooms: let -JCxJOG: SI.SOO cash, balance $20
monthly STA Ayals ft. - owner.
: -. * vnSOMr 10 room roisidence in a fashionable \u25a0
fart of Alsnieda: harinp every modern cppli-
\u25a0nce; electricity, open fireplace, furnace, serv-
Mrt*« ouarter6. etc.; srounds beautifully cul-
T !»-aTf"i^ price under $7.<>. X«; mortjrsfse $3,500;
\u25a0 sacriSce: 14C3 Morton St.. Alameda. Apply
bfiuywi 10 anfl 1:30 o'clock.
i VBT2KB BiTtas ur> t^uye keeping will *ell their
Tv.-!i Iccfited :i*vr 5 room cottege (built 4
nooths). furnished or linfurnished. oa terms
f $200 Co— _; $20 per coath. Box 321R, Call
• f fic». Oakland.
;:t'Y a horn*- acd let the rent pay for it: 3
amden oott*Cf* 'mm 52.000 to $3,000 awaiting
» biiyer. H. O, MEHRTENS. 1600 Webster
et.. Alameda.
3ERKELE Y REAL ESTA TE
.i'Oll sale — 2 eiepant- homes In tte swellest rfsl-
'!pnce district of Berkeley; polished oak floors.
Mf-epltij decks,, crand marine view: also 10
lot*. 40x120: terms. Inquire HENRY ROWE.
«— c«/ CS ITBiversity terrace; phone Berkeley
• 522. •
*: froa Claremcnt Key Route in beau-
tiful residence psrk: attractive 7 room honse;
;:zrdwAod Coore; sandeck; 40 font '.ot: for sale
at co>t. $5.500; terms. Ow n^r. 2309 Lindea ay.
HAYWARD REAL ESTA TE
l ACRK or more la famous Meek orchard trait:
'•\u25a0.eetric and 2 steam lines on land; fruit and
f-oultry; prices right; easy terms; fre« infor-
mation.
ROETNSON i GTNNING.
Td. Hayward 226. Har— ard.
LIVERMORE REAL ESTATE
NO better climate in tte state, K. A. AN-
THONY, J st. near Ist. Livermore. If in Saa
Tranclsco call on our correspondent. J. M.
GREGORY. 467 Phelan fcld^.. for :ist end
rtpKcr;r»tion.
BEAUTIFUL HOMLSITES
tte beautiful Bcriingame hill country.
tbe awt feeautlful within reach of the city far
surpassing the cross bay localities: transfer to
t!:e Pan Mateo electric car at r>tn fend Market
you always cet a eezt — and pet off at EASTON
ttation. or take the Southern Pacific at Third
and Townsend. Here Is tbe finest suburban home
Mt» on The penlnsnla. KaSTO.V ADDITIONS TO
ECELINGAME; beautiful shaded paths, cool oa
tie hottest days; all improvements, cement side-
walks, streets, sewers, water, lictt and tele-
Phone are installed ; tfce "acmes will appeal to
you; large lots oa easy terms: excellent and fast
train eervice. twice as fast as to cross bay
point*. For particular* about EASTON address
F. J. RODGERS. MILLS BUILDING. SAN
FRANCISrO..
REDWOOD CITY— Real Estate
A — IMPROVED Jots: 5 miautes' walk from Red-
wood City- depot; verr essy terms; also acre- ;
cc*>; eead for bboklet. BALDWIN _ HOW. '
ELL. SIS-324 Kearny st.
CEAI'TIFCL lots. $125; Redwood Cltx. close ln;
$1 down. $1 per week; no Interest.' E. W.
MAGRUDF.R. 1035 Market «t.. S. F.
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOMES. rencb*fi. screa?e. erchansre. IMce list.
n.»VfD U \vn..«OX, Ssnt* Crnz. Cal.
REALESTATE TO EXCHANGE^
$12,500— Fruit .orchard. n*>sr San .lose; 1«5 acres
full hearing prunes, cots, peaches, -cherries,,
etc.; fine 7 coom bouse, hie barn, tackhouse.
chicken houses, etc. : 56.000 ', mortpage can
stand; will \u25a0 excb&nre equity for S.. F. or
Oskland property. WOODMAN REALTY CO..
41 Montcomery Ft.
?3.sC<o— rClayton St. Cats. 5-fi rooms, nearly
ripw: will *xchang«> for snbnrbsn \u25a0 bun.iaiow:
$G.OOO .mort?s?e can stand: nerpr araln will
yon hsvp tbis opportunitT: act promptly.
WOODM.VN REALTY CO.. 41 Montsromery st.
$7,100 — First morttrace. <> r^r rent net. on
real estste Just saM for $13,600; cood as
wheat: will exebanze for flats or good
lot* c*s_ Tsine. WOODMAN REALTY CO.,
41 Monr?o~ pry st.
$ < "/>o<*--2<l-e'v. n»ar p»rk: finp hit; 7 room
i nufp. .rrltji 3 ; mor» roomf In j»ni<': will pi-
<-han£i» r "for clear lot In burnt district: mort-
ss^r *3.0t« "8n r»m»ia. WOODMAN KEAL-
TY C©.--41^Mou trom pry st.
K'»fl KSie.Vor Kill escliance for iacome prop-
erty — FactoiT file on — W -bny near,, cjty;
hul'ld'mr*., mtcijinrry, anfl M aero« of lan.J:
l«r?« t-urpi" of. fresh — -atßr: shlppins
facliittvs by hoth- rail " and watpr. Address
FACTORY. "Ii>4^ Pagp'st. * - -
rrAKI-:" \u25a0^•'.•'•'•tunitT »o ?.-qu;r*> iionssK«'*f;*ble in-
diirtriai " >to«"lr. pavirj:' his dividends in ; ii"sr
!<i»i:r«*. if '•Gf-rrt for casli or real cstste; va-
soiis.-xplsiupd at inipn-ipw;.' B.y 27W. Call.
gONCUCDk, aad .^apa <-oiinty rsnch <:wnprs — What
lißTf yoit to «--xchErir» for Oaki«oil n"Sid«»ncn''
r*o.-il '-wlrli' own'f-r dircc*. Room' Ofi, Bacon
bnlldlnr. Oakland. -.
<=<iLICITOR for Dally . t Transcript; salary, <-om-
rcif.sioa or lialf iuteref-t... .952 Broadway. Oak-
rWolJ i <" T i- 45 hp. rimgbout to trado for <>ona-
ny pror^rty. li«x 4^7, Call office, 1657 Fi 11-
C3OJ-H ft. . -
VT\^T lots or land for $3.550; cottajre, 5 rooms;
Urge lot «t'l67& 10th ay.. Oakland.
j-X^HANGE for-what fcsiv; yon new fS7S piano;.
lat*>st pattern. Box £794. Call office. .
THE FILLMORE.BR-^VCH OF THE CALL IS
AT KttT" FILLMORE ST. ,
jggAL ESTATE WANTED
FT ATS wanted' at once Xor'cash." $5,000 or under,'
'inside DcvisaflTo B t.: give location, price; no
n^ents. . Box 2706. Call office.
LOCA TIONS ; WANTED ~
VrANTED^^ractory^ocatlon-pr an i-xstern pack-
fr r>f aspararns. tomstoeß and small fruits.
/Jidress bor 2770.' Ca1l «f lice. -
• "\u25a0 LEGAL and
NOTICE ' to Voters— Notice 'is hereby \u25a0 given to
the electors of the State 'of , California tthat the
following- acts will be submitted to the people
of the State of California for their ratification
at tbe next general election, to be bolden on th»
Sth day of November. A. D-, 1910. to- wit:
SENATE BILL NO. 455. \u25a0 . . -
I'assed the Senate, March S. A. D. 1909. Lewis
A. Hilborn. Secretary, of the Senate.
Passed the Assembly, March 15, A. D.. 1909.
Clio _loyd. chief clerk of the Assembly. . : .
Tnis : bill was received by the Governor this
19th day of March. Ay D.. . 1009. at 11 o'clock
a. m. E. C. Cooper, Private Secretary of .the
Governor.
Chapter 320. An act to provide for the Irsu-
j ance and sale of state bonds to create a funa
• for the Improvement of San Francisco barbor _by
the . construction by the bosrd of state barbor
I commissioners *of wharves, piers, state railroad.
: spurs, betterments, and appurtenances and neces-
i sary dredging and tilling in connection therewith
In the city and county of San Francisco; to cre-
ate a sinkins fond for- the payment of said
bonds; to define the duties of state officers. in
I relation thereto: to make an appropriation . or
i five thousand dollars for the expense of printing
| said bonds; and to provide for the submission or
this set to a vote cf the people. " : . *
Tl»e people of the State of California, repre-
sented ia senate and assembly, do enact ' as
follows: •
Section 1. For the purpose of providing _ a
fund for the payment of the Indebtedness hereby
authorized to be incurred by tbe board of state
harbor commissioners for the erection of wharves,
.piers, seawall, state railroad, spurs, betterments
acd appurtenances and necessary dredging and
filing in connection therewith in '\u25a0 the city and
j county of San Francisco, at a cost not to exceed
i vine million dollars (which said wharves, piers.
; *eawall—*tate railroad, spurs, betterments and
! appurtenances and necessary dredging and filling
j in connection therewith the board of state har-
bor commissioners are bereby. empowered to con-
struct «Ad do in the manner, authorized by law,
aad at a cost not to exceed said nine million
dollars), the state treasurer ehall. immediately
after the Issuance of the proclamation of tbe
governor, provided for In section 10 hereof, pre-
pare r.'.ne thousand suitable bonds of- the State
cf California, ln the denomination of One thou-
sand, dollars each. The whole issue of said
bonds Bball not exceed tie sum of nine million
dollars, and eaid bonds shall bear Interest at the
rate cf four per centum per annum, trom tne
date of Issuance thereof, and bolii principal and
:nterest shall be ptyanle la- gold coin- of the
•present standard ralce; and they shall be pay-
j able at tlie office of the state treasurer, at the
| expiration of seventy-ioar years'froa their date,
• subject, hewerer. to redemption by lot as' in.
j this act .hereinafter provided.--- Said- bonds-shall
j bear date the -second day of July.tA.D.. nineteen,
I hundred -tnd eleven. \u25a0 end' siia 11 be made payable
joej oc tLe second day of July, nineteen hundred and
The Interest accruing on such of
s*ld bocfls as are ro'.<3. s-*U he due and payable
et the office ot tlie ets:c tressurer on the second
day of January, and on the second day of July,
of escli year after the sale of the same; pro-
tided, that the first payment of Interest shall
be made on the i-econd day of July, nineteen
hnndred and twelve, oa so many of said bonds
as may have been theretofore sold. At the
expiration of seventy-four years from the date
of said bonds, all bonds sold 6hall cease to bear
Interest and likewise al: bonds redeemed by lot
sball cease to bear interest as ln this act pro-
vided, and the said state treasurer shall call ln.
forthwith pay and cancel the same, out of tbe
moneys in tbe second San Francisco^ seawall
finking fund provided for ln this act. and. he
fball on tbe first Monday of July, nineteen hun-
dred and- eighty-five, also cancel and destroy all
bonds not theretofore sold. All bonds ' issued
shall be signed by the governor, and counter-
signed by the controller, tnd shall be endorsed
by tfce state treasurer and the said bonds shall
be ro signed, countersigned and endorsed by
the officers who are in office on the second day
of July. 1911: and each of said bonds shall have
the seal of the 6tate stamped thereon. Tbe said
bonds signed., countersigned and endorsed and
sealed as herein provided when sold shall be and
constitute a valid and binding obligation upon
tte Stete of California, though the sale thereof
be made at a date or dates after the person
signing, countersigning and endorsing, or any or
either of them, shall bare ceased to be tne In-
cumbents nt Bueb office or, offices. Each bond
shall contain a clause that It Is subject to re-
demption* by lot after the year nineteen hundred
and fifty.
Sec. 2. Interest coupon* snail be attached to
each of said bonds.. so that such coupons mar be
removed vrithout Injury to or mutilation . of the
bond. Said coupons sball be consecutively num-
bered and shall bear the lithographed signature
of the state treasurer who shall be in office on
the second day of July. 1911. But no interest
on any of said bonds sball be paid: for any time
which may intervene between the date of any
of F*ld bonds and the issue and sale thereof to a
purchaser. nnle«s such accrued interest shall
have been, by the purchaser of said bond, paid
to th<> stafi* st thi» time of racb sale.'
Sec. 3. The earn of five thousand dollars Is
hereby appropriated to pay the expenses that
may be incurred by the state treasurer in hav-
ing said bonds prepared. Said amount shall be
peld out of the San Francisco barbor improve-
ment fund on controller's warrants, duly drawn
for that, pnrpose.
Sec. 4. When tbe bonds authorized to be Is-
sued under this act shall be <laly executed they
shall be by the rtate treasurer sold at public
auction to the highest bidder for ca6h, in 6ucb
parcels and numbers as 6ald treasurer shall be
directed by the governor of the state, under seal
thereof, after a resolution requesting such sale
thall have been adopted by the board of state
barbor commissioners and approved by either the
governor of the state 'or mayor of the city and
county of San Francisco, who shall only ap-
prove the same when in their Judgment the
actual harbor receipts, • &nd those reasonably an-
ticipated, will Justify such sale of bonds and the
consequent Increased burden on harbor receipts;
but said treasurer must reject any and all bids
for said bonds, or for any of them, which shall
be below tbe par value of said bonds so -offered
plus the interest which has accrued thereon be-
tween the date of sale and tbe . last preceding
interest maturity date; and he may. by public
announcement at the place and time fixed for the
sale, continue such sale, as to the whole of the
bonds offered, or any part thereof offered, to such
time and place as he may select. Before offer-
ing any of said bonds for sale the eaid treasurer
shall detach therefrom all coupons which have
matured or will mature before the date fixed for
such sale. Doe notice of the time and place of
sale of all bonds must be given by said treas-
urer by publication in two newspapers published
ln the city and ' county of San Francisco, and
also by publication In one newspaper published
in the city of Oakland, and by publication in one
newspaper published ln the city of Los Angeles,
and by publication in one newspaper published in
the city of Sacramento, once a week during four
weeks prior to such sale. In "addition to the no-
tice last above provided for, the state treasurer
may give such further notice as be may deem
advisable, but tbe expenses and cost of such ad-
ditional notice shall not exceed the sum of five
hundred dollars <$500.00) for each sale so ad-
vertised. The cost of such publication shall be
paid out of the San Francisco harbor improve-
ment fund, on controller's warrants duly drawn
for that purpose. The proceeds of the sale of
such bonds, except sucb amount as may have
been paid as accrued Interest thereon, shall be
forthwith paid over by said treasurer into the
treasury, and must be by him kept in a sepa-
rate fund to be known and designated as the
"Second San Francisco Seawall Fund," and must
be 'used exclusively for the construction of
wharves, piers, 6eawall. state railroad. 6purs,
betterments and appurtenances- and j necessary
dredging and filling In connection' therewith on
the water front of the city and county of San
Francisco. Drafts and warrants upon said fund
shall be drawn upon and shall be paid out of
said fund ln tbe same manner as drafts and
warrants are ' drawn upon and paid out of the
San Francisco harbor improvement fund. The
amount that shall have been paid at the sale of
said boads as accrued interest on the bonds sold
6ball be, by the state treasurer. Immediately
after such sale, paid Into the treasury of the
state and placed in the "Second San Francisco
Seawall Sinking Fund."
Sec. 5. For the payment of the principal
and interest of 6ald bonds a • sinking fund, to
be known and designated as tbe "Second San
Francisco Seawall Sinking Fund," shall be. and
the same is hereby created, as follows, to wit:
Tbe state • treasurer, after ' the second day of i
July, nineteen . hundred and twenty -nine, - shall
on "the first day of each and every month there-
after, after the eale of said bonds, take from
the San Francisco harbor improvement fund such
sum as., -multiplied, by the time in months, the
bonds then «>ld and outstanding have to run
will equal the principal of : the bonds sold and
outstanding at tbe time said treasurer shall so
take said snm from said San Francisco, barbor
Improvement fund, less the amount theretofore
taken therefrom for \u25a0 said pnrpose ; and he shall
place the snm ln the second San Francisco sea-
wall sinking fund created by- this act. Said
state treasurer shall, on controller's warrants
duly drawn for that purpose, employ the moneys
In said sinking fund In the purchase of bonds
of the United States, or of the State of Cali-
fornia, or of. the several counties or munlcinall-
tics of the State of California, wnlcn said bonds
ehall be kept ln a proper receptacle, appropri-
ately labeled; bnt he must keep always on hand
a sufficient amount of money in said sinking
fund with which to pay the Interest on such of
tie state bonds herein provided to be Issued a^
may have theretofore been -sold. And to nro-"*
vide means for the. payment of Interest on the
bonds : thar may be sold and outstanding. , said
treasurer shall monthly take from the San Fran
Cisco harbor "Improvement fund, and pay into
said seawall sinking fund, an amount equal to
the monthly interest tben due on all bonds then
sold, delivered and outstanding. .The board of
state barbor commissioners are hereby author-
ised and directed by the collection of dockace
tolls, rents, wharfage and cranage to collect a
sum of money sufficient for tee purposes of
this act. over and above. the amount limited by
section two thousand five hundred and twenty.
six of tbe Political Code of the Btate of Call
fornia. Between the first - and tenth day of
May. In the year nineteen hnndred and fift/one
and between the first and tenth day of \thp
of each year thereafter -until the maturity of
Mid bonds, the said treasurer. shalL- in the
presence of the governor, proceed to: draw by
lot such an amount of bonds- as, shall hi
requisite to exhaust as nearly as- may be the
amount in 6aid einklng fund at , that time and
ehall thereupon anil before the tenth day of
June following, give notice, by public- advertise--
ment to be inserted twice a week for two
weeks in two newspapers published In thecitv'
and county of San Francisco, and also In' one
newspaper published in.: tbe city ,' of ; Oakland,
and also In one newspaper published In the city
of Los Angeles, and- also in one newspaper nub-
llshed in tne city of \u25a0 Sacramento. : stating the
number of bonds so drawn and that the principal
of eaid bonds will be paid on . presentation to
the treasurer, on or befoye the second day of
July, following, and that from and after such
last, named date, all interest upon bonds thus
drawn shall . cease, and -It < shall be the duty
of the treasurer, as ' soon; as said . bonds co drawn
by lot -\u25a0 are • surrendered •to : him ' and :-' paid 'to
cancel the; same. «nd ; the . Interest counona
thereon, and each year - beginning * with < the year
nineteen I hundred and . fifty -one.- the t said I treas-
urer ehall. in . the manner * aforesaid, i proceed
to draw . br * lot \u25a0. such an . amount * of .' bonds as
nbtll be • requisite to > exhaust as > nearly/ as _ar
be the amount in said sinking fund, and' sroce«4
THE SAJn \u25a0•.-';_?'jK-!-N.OIbCO <jALI2; _\IOj\IJA^.;jIsOVJ-ALBER .-•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0T; -1910. \u25a0*
LEGAL!} and: OFFICIALr-Con:
In: the > manner hereinabbve stated.' After the
payment , of all said bonds, .the surplus •or bal- \u25a0
ance ' remaining in said' sinking : fund. \u25a0 If any
there be, shall forthwith belaid Jnto- tbe, San
Francisco harbor improvement fund. '; At • tne
time of the respective drawings by lot, as afore-
said. : and r alßo at the maturity of said state
bonds, «ald treasurer shall sell the united
States or other bonds then In said sinking fund,
at governing market rates, after advertising the
sale thereof In the \u25a0 manner hereinbefore, pro-
vided for. the: sale of bonds bereby authorized
to be Issued, and shall use tbe proceeds for tne
payment of such bonds as may •• be drawir ny
lot.- and at the maturity of said bonds outstand-
ing shall pay . and redeem said matured out
standing bonds out of said moneys In 63 ' d .^' in ,°
tn extinguishment of said bonds on controller s
warrants duly drawn for-that purpose. ; ,'-'"•;
Sec 6.- The- state- controller and the staw
treasurer shall keep" full and particular acconnt
and : record of all * their proceedings under tnis
act., and: they shall transmit' to tbe governor -an
abstract of all such proceedings thereunder, witn
an annual report, to be by the ; governor --iaia
before the legislature biennially; and all books
and . papers pertaining to the matter -provwea
for in this act shall" at -all times be open to the
Inspection of any party interested, or the gov-
ernor, or the attorney general, or a com-
mittee of either branch of the legislature, or a
Joint, committee -of both, or any citizen of tne
State.': -. ; \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 ;.\u25a0'',\u25a0 - - \u25a0 -\u0084 : . \u25a0 :\ ; 4
\u25a0 Sec 7. It shall be the duty of «>e '**\u25a0,**
treasurer ' to pay the interest of said bonds,
when the same falls due, out of the sinking fund
provided for, In this act on controller's warrants
dnly drawn for that purpose., ' .
Sec. 8: This act. If adopted by the people,
shall t take effect on the thirty-first day of De-
cember, nineteen hundred and ten,; as to all Jts
provisions except those relating, to and necessary
for Its submission to the people, and-for return-
ing, canvassing, and. proclaiming tbe votes, and
as to said -excepted previsions this act shall
take effect immediately. <
Sec. 9. This >ct shall be submitted to the
people of the State of California for their ratifi-
cation at tbe - next general election., to be
holden In tbe month of November, nineteen hun-
dred and .ten. and all ballots »t said election
fhall have printed thereon and at the end there-
of the words, "For the San Harbor
Improvement Act of 1909," and in.' the.' same
square under said words the following, in bre-
vier type: "This act provides for the imnrove-
inent of San Francisco harbor and for the pay-
ment cf all costs thereof out of San Francisco
Harbor Improvement Fund." In the square im-
mediately below the square containing said
words there shall be printed on - said ballot the
words: "Against tbe San Francisco Harbor Im-
provement Act of 1909." and immediately bolow
said -nordB "Against the- Sjan Francisco Harbor
ImproTMEeEt Act of 1909" In brevier type shall
be printed "This act provides for tlie improve- ,
ment of San Francisco harbor and for the pay-
ment of all costs thereof out of the San Fran-
cisco Harbor Improvement Fund." Opposite the
words "'For tbe San Francisco Harbor Improve-
ment Act of 1909," and "Against tbe San Fran- ,
cisco Harbor Improvement Act of 1809." \u25a0 there
6hall be left spaces fln which the voters may
make or stamp a cross to Indicate whether they
vote for or against said act, ana those voting for
said act ehall do so by placing a cross opposite
the words. "For the San Francls-co Harbor Im-
provement Act. of 1909." and all those voting
against tbe said act shall- do so by placing a
cross . opposite the words, "Against the San
Francisco Harbor Improvement- Act of 1909."
The governor of this state shall Include the sub-
mission of this act to the people, aa aforesaid, in
bis proclamation calling for said general' elec-
tion. '. / " .
Sec. 10. The votes cast for or against this
act shall be counted, returned and canvassed, snd
declared in tbe same manner and subject to the
same rules as. votes oast for state officers; and
if it appear that said act shall have received a
majority of all the votes cast for. and against
It at «ald election as aforesaid; theu the same
shall have effect us- hereinbefore provided, and
shall be"~irrepealable until tbe principal and in-
terest of the liabilities -herein created shall be
paid and discharged, and the governor shall
make proclf mation. thereof: but If a i majority
of the votes cast as nforesaid are atrain=t»thls
act then the same shall be and become void.
Sec 11. It shall be the duty of tbe secretary
of stste to have this act published ln nt least one
newspaper in each county, or city and county.
If one be published therein, throughout this state,
for three months next preceding the general
election to be holden In the month of November,
nineteen hnndred and ten. Tbe costs of publica-
tion shall be paid out of the San Francisco
harbor Improvement fund, on controller's war-
rants duly drawn for that purpose. '
Sec. 12. This act may be known and cited
«r the "San Francisco' Harbor Improvement Act
of 1909."
Sec. 13. All acts and parts of acts In conflict
with the provisions •of this act are hereby re-
pealed. / , W.-R. PORTER.
President of the Senate.
P. A. STANTON.
Speaker of the Assembly.
Approved Ilarch 20tb. A. D. 1909.
J. N. GILLETT, Governor. '
Endorsed: Filed in the office ""of the Secretary
of State tbe 20 day of March. A. D. 3f109. at V
o'clock p. m. C. F. Curry, Secretary of State. By
J. Hoesch, Deputy.
ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 990
Passed the Assembly, March 4. A. D. 1909.
Clio Lloyd, Chief Clerk of the Assembly.
Passed the Senate. March 11. A. D. 1909,
Lewis A. Hilborn, Secretary of the Senate.
This bill was j received by the ' Governor, this
20 day of March, A. D. 1909. ' at 12 o'clock
m. E. C. Cooper, Private Secretary of the Gov-
ernor. '
Chapter 353. An act authorizing the con-
struction, acquisition, maintenance and control
of a 6ystem of state highways ln the State of
California; specifying \u25a0 the work, fixing the pay-
ments to be made by counties for moneys ex-
pended therein; providing for the Issuance and
6ale of state bonds to create a' fund for the con-
struction and acquisition of such system ; cre-
ating a sinking fund for the payment of said
bonds; and providing for the submission of this
act to a vote of the people.
The people of the State of California, repre-
sented ln senate and assembly, do* enact as
follows: . • \u25a0
Section 1. A system of state highways in and
for the State of California shall jbe constructed
and acquired as and ln tbe manner, provided by
law by the department of -engineering of said \u25a0
state at a cost not to exceed-- eighteen million
dollars. For the purpose ! of providing for the
payment of the cost of the construction or ac-
quisition of said system of said highways, .the
State of California Is hereby authorized to In-
cur an indebtedness in the manner provided by
this act iv tbe sum of eighteen million dollars. -
Immediately, after the \u25a0 issuance of the procla-
mation of the governor, as provided in section 11
of this act, the treasurer of the state shall pre-
pare eighteen thousand suitable bonds of the
State of California in the- denomination of one
thousand dollars each, to be numbered . from 1 I
to 18,000, * Inclusive, and to bear the date of
tbe third day of July. 1911; The total issue' of
said bonds shall not exceed tbe sum of eighteen
million dollars and they shall bear interest at
the rate of four per cent per annum from the
date of' issuance thereof. Tbe said bonds and
the interest thereon shall be payable in ; gold
coin of the United States of the present standard
of value at the office of the treasurer of said
state' at the times and ln the -manner "following, '!
to wit: The first four hundred of said bonds i
shall be due and payable on the third day. of
July, 1917, and four hundred of said bonds .in
consecutive numerical order shall be due and
payable on the third day of July, in each and
every year thereafter until - and .. Including the
third day of July, 1961. The interest accruing
on all of said bonds that shall be, sold sball
be payable at the office of the treasurer of the
state on the third day of January and the third
day of July of each and every, year after the
sale of the' same. The interest oa all bonds
Issued and sold shall cease on ? the day of their
maturity and the said- bonds so Issued and sold
shall on: the day •of their • maturity be paid as
herein provided and canceled by - the treasurer
of said 6tate. All bonds remaining unsold shall
at the ' date :of the maturity ' thereof . be : by - the
treasurer of the state canceled and • destroyed
All bonds Issued pursuant to the • provisions of
this act sball be signed by . the governor of this
state, countersigned by the state controller and
endorsed by , tbe state treasurer, "and the said
bonds shall be co signed, countersigned and en-
dorsed by the- officers who I are in office on the
third day of July. 1011. and each of said bonds
sball have the great seal' of the State of Cali-
fornia ...Impressed thereon. The said bonds
signed, countersigned, endorsed and sealed as:
herein provided,, when sold, shall be and consti-
tute a valid and binding obligation upon the
State of California, "though the | sale thereof be
made at a date -or . dates after the parson -so
signing, countersigning and endorsing; or: either
of them." shall" have erased to be the Incumbents
of said office or offices. . . . .;
SecJJ. t Appended to each of said bonds there
ehall be interest coupons ; so attached that the
same may bei detached without -injury -to or
mutilation. of said ; bond. The' said coupons shall
be consecutively \u25a0 numbered; and shall bear thte
lithographed- signature „ of 'the -state treasurer
who shall be in office on the third day of July
1911. t'Vo interest shall- be paid on any of said
bonds for such time as may Intervene between
the -date of .said bond .and .the <day of -sale
•thereof, unless su<* accrued Interest shall have
been; by the purchaser' of said ; bond. 1 paid to the
6tate'at tbe 'time of such "sale. ... \u0084\u25a0 . \u25a0,
. Sec. \u25a03. There snaiT be provided In the general
appropriation bill sufficient money to' defray all
expenses that - shall •be • incurred • by ' the state
treasurer \u25a0 In the " preparation of . said \u25a0 bonds and
In tbe'' advertising of the sale thereof, as in this
act. provided.- ./..':. J. \u25a0 v
\u25a0 s^c. 4. •" When the bonds' authorized by this act
to be Issued shall have -been signed. . counter-
Eicned. • endorsed- and sealed as ; in. section "-one
provided, the state treasurer shall sell the same
In such parcels : and : numbers as the governor of
tbe state s&all' direct. >to the highest bidder for
cash. The governor of tbe state ' shall . issue to
the state such directions, immediately
after being -requested; so to do,- through and -by a
resolution duly < adopted : and - passed by a': ma-
jority vote of the 'advisory -board of thedenart-
ment of < engineering. Said ' resolution" shall
specify S the amount -of money ;. which. \u25a0. in the
Judgment ; of said -advisory 'board . shall \be re-
quired at ' such \u25a0 time : and ; tbe . governor 'of 'the
*tate shairdlreet tbe state treasurer. to sell such
number* of | said • bonds *as ; may nbe - required -to
raise said amount of money and .that said bonds
shall; be ' sold ln ? consecutive ;. numerical \ order
commencing with the, first four, 'hundred; thereof
The 6tate , treasurer AShall snot; accept any »bld
which is lessthan the par value of tue band plus
the ' interest . which . has • accrued-: thereon \u25a0 between
tbe ! date ' of sale and the ; lasf* preceding j interest
maturity date. - v The state treasurer -\u25a0 may at the
time and place \u25a0 fixed . by him -\u25a0• for said , sale ' con-"
tlnue/'snch: s»le-as-to;the ( .whoie orany-part of
the bonds offered to. such 'time. and; place as he
may at the time of .such; continuance designates
Before - offering ' any \u25a0 of ! said* bonds i for " sal?,' the
eaid treasurer; shall detach .therefrom sail cou-
pons ; which . have ."matured : or 1 will - mature before
tbe • date •' fixed 1 for; such - sale. , The x state - treas-
. nrer I shall ! give ! notice of, the I time | and 1 place iof
sale by | publication \u25a0In I two newspapers . published
In ; the , city 5 and , connty ' of ' San , Francisco : and . in;
one newspaper published . in 'the city.; of | Oakland."',
and '; ln one \ newspaper >- published * ln< the : city ' ot
Los j Anseles ' and \ln i one \ newspaper ' published ' in
«A-._U;< '*\u25a0 '\u25a0- ,\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0'.-' -- : -• -. \u25a0• '-r -.-...- • \u25a0
the city :> of ; Sacramento once a ; : week \u25a0\u25a0: for >' four
weeks next preceding ' the date i fixed » : for i, such
•Jje-- In: addition 'to the s notice * last' above .pro-
J ,!? £or>S " the :: s t>te 'treasurer , may give \u25a0\u25a0 such;
further 'notice: as he* may deem advisable, -but
the 'expenses and cost of such additional : notice
shall | not exceed the sum of five hundred dollari
lo r each.sale so advertised.' - : " .i:': 1 .'
tr«« ere Is * be reby created in and for the • state
ill ?. r Z ' a I f und to X be . known and % designated . . as
the. ,'Statef Highway:? Fund." rand .-immediately
\u25a05ff r ' 6u . eJ > * sale rof i bonds the '•' treasurer; of. the
*™t« f h «» ? • pay - into the : state -' treasury -. and
sausf5 aus f .to be | placed .> in • said" state ' highway . fund
the_ total amount received: for said bonds." except
such amount: as may have 'been ; paid las accrued
tain*" thereon. ,' /f he Imount. that, shall^have,
thSivPi 4 -'\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0ncl^-Mle ?»s accrued t.lnterest on
st* bonds ' sold ' shall be by -thej treasurer 'Of : the
Biate.;lmmediatelv aftpr-sueh sale paid into. toe
p J, bb u e a ™one xs n p?aced In the state highway .tutf;
th^X? ? id .«tVte" W?b*.?r.h y aU- be .elected-*
shall d ?P art ment of engineering -and s » ld^ r ?"|d
out and S0 selected and said highways so laid
BOBR9Btt
and "»?«£? £ acram *nto and San Joaquln valleys
ana aiong the Paeiflr- ooast hv the most \u25a0 direct
"at« P of C V? We Connecting county
Dasse* * h ? counties through wWch It
SfmiT g and edited by the state; board of
mir S n« tt h * Merest on the bond*, issued and sold
nrinr i n i to the Provisions *of this 3 act, as said
S"«s°?k .-ftsysa s«««.^
Jj£ d f'« herein provided/ and it Is heretoy made
to do and perform each and every act which shall
be necessary to collect euch additional sum. .
"«, 2 treasurer of the \u25a0 state shall, on
flr«f dar of January. 1912. and on the
first day o f each July * and -the. first
day of each January thereafter transfer from
in£.r ffe ? era 3. fund of the state • treasury to the
J?* crest and sinking fund such an amount of the
2J,£ J JV-thts act appropriated as shall be > .c :
?" ired to Pay the interest on the bonds
fore sold until the interest on all of .said bond?
fo sold shall have been paid or fhall nave become
due in accordance with the provisions of this act.
! J^eK* I*™1 *™' 0 * cwated ' lll "' the J i itßt fiiWtate
a fund to be known and designated as the btate
Hignway and Sinking Fund." The treasurer of
the state shall on the ! first day t of ;Juiy of \u25a0 the
year 1017. and on the first day of July o : each
** A ewy year thereafter in which a parcel ?t
the bonds sold pursuant to the provisions or tnis
act shall become due, transfer from the general
fund of the state treasury to the said state high-
way sinking fund such an amount of the mOneT . B
appropriated by this act as may. be : required -to
pay the principal of the bonds so becoming due
and payable in such years. .
Sec. 6. The principal of all of said bonds sold
shall be paid at the time the same becomes due.
from, the state highway sinking fund, and the
Interest on all bonds sold shall be paid at the
time said interest becomes due. from the interest
and siuking fund. Both principal and interest
shall be so paid upon warrants duly drawn by
the controller of the state upon demands audited
by the state board of examiners, and the faith
of the State of California is hereby pledged ror
the payment of , the ; principal of said bonds so
sold and the interest accruing thereon. -,>
Sec. 7. The state controller and \u25a0 state treas-
urer shall keep full and particular account and
record of all their proceedings under this act
and they shall transmit to the governor in tripli-
cate an abstract of all such proceedings thereun-
der with an annual -report In triplicate, one copy
of each to be by the governor, laid before each
bouseiof the legislature biennially. All books
and papers pertaining to the matter provided for
in this act shall, at all times, be open to the In v
spection of any party interested, or the governor,
or the attorney general, or a committee of either
branch of the legislature or a joint committee of
both or. any citizen of the state
. Sec. 8. The highway constructed or acquired
under the provisions of this act shall be perma-
nent in character /and "lbe finished with oil or
macadam or a combination of both, or .of such
other material as in the judgment -of the said
department of engineering shall be most suitable
and best adapted to the particular locality tra-
versed. The state department of engineering, in
the name of the people of the State of California,
may purchase; receive by donation or dedication,
or lease any right of way, rock quarry or. land
necessary or proper for the construction; use or
maintenance of said state highway and. shall. pro-
ceed, if necessary.: to condemn under' the pro-
visions of the Code of Civil Procedure relating
to such proceedings any necessary or proper right
of way. rock quarry or land. | The department of
engineering shall have full power: and "fc'utborlty
to purchase all supplies, material, machinery and
to do all other things necessary or proper in the
construction and maintenance of said 6tate high-
way. With the exception of those public high-
ways'- which have \u25a0 been= n^rmanently» Improved
under county or permanent road division bond is-
sues within three years prior to . the . adoption of
this act. all public- highways within this state
lying within tho right of way of 'said state high-
way as determined and adopted by' the depart-
ment of engineering shall be and the same shall
become a part of the right of way of said state
highway, without compensation being paid there-
for;, provided nothing herein contained shall re-
quire, the state to maintain any highway . along
or on said right of .way prior to' the. completion
or acquisition of the permanent improvements
contemplated by this act. - Whenever any money
received from the sale, of bonds, under the j pro-
visions of this act. shall " be. expended in any
county in- this state, such county must- pay ; into
the state treasury such sum each year as shall
equal the interest, at the rate of four per cent
per • annum, upon the entire sum ,of money ex-
pended wlthlD such county In the \u25a0 construction
of said state highway, less such portion of said
amount expended as the bonds matured nnder the
provisions of this act shall bear to the total
number of bonds sold and outstanding. All high-
ways constructed or acquired under the proylsions
of- this act shall be permanently maintained and
controlled by the State of California. •
, Sec. 9. ' This act. If .'. adopted ' by the people,
shall take effect on the" thirty-first day of De-
cember. 1910, as to all its provisions except those
relating to, and necessary for, its submission to
the ' people and for returning.: .canvassing and
proclaiming. the votes.- and to such accepted pro-
visions this act. shall take;effect immediately. ;,
Sec. 10. This act shall be submitted to the '•
people of the State of California for their. rati-
fication at the next general election. to be bolden
in: the month of November. 1910. A. D., and all
ballots at said election shall -have printed . there-
on, and at the end thereof," the! words, "For the
state highway act"; - and in a separate -line,
under the same, the words "Against the
highway act" Opposite said lines there shall-be
left spaces in which the voters may. make, or
stamp. n cross to Indicate whether they vote for
or against said act. and those .voting .for .said
act' shall do so by placing- a cross opposite' the
words ."For the state highway act." and '"ajl
those voting against the said act shall do so by
placins'a cros^ opposite the words "Against the
state highway act." The governor of this state
shall include •• the submission of, this act to the
people, as aforesaid. In .his. proclamation -calling
for said general election.,-. - . \u25a0:• ' \u25a0;\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0
. Sec' 11. The votes cast for or against this act
shall be counted, returned and canvassed and de-
clared In the same manner, and subject to the
same, rules as: votes cast ; for state officers. -and
if -it appears that said act shall have received a
majority of all the :vote» cast for and against It
at • such ' election; as: aforesaid; . then uthe* same
shall - have effect as hereinbefore provided - and
shall be- lrrepealable until" the' principal and in-
terest. of the 'liabilities, herein created shall be
paid \u25a0'•\u25a0 and :\u25a0 discharged, v and : the " governor. :, shall
make proclamation. thereof. I But if . a.majorltyiof
the votes. cast,. as aforecald. are against this act 1
then the same shall be and become void.: -\u25a0\u25a0>,;:•
Sec."-. 12. \lt shall be the duty of the' secretary
of state, to have this act published In at least
one newspaper in -eapb'.'counfcy. or" city and
county."; If one be published therein:., throughout
this state \ for \u25a0 three months j next preceding i the
general ' election to be ' holden In ? the j month -of
November; ' A. D: nineteen hundred;; and, ten; the
cost of publication shall be paid out -of. the gen-
eral fund, on - controller's warrants ' duly arawn
for the purpose.: -v \u25a0.\u25a0_ ,';..-. ;' " s '.* ..:.\u25a0." , ...-.-J
Sec. 1 13. This act 'shall be known and! cited '««'
the "Stete Highway, Act."" ;: , . .*"
Sec. 14. .'Allacts and parts of acts In. conflict
with the- provisions of -, this act are; hereby re-
Speaker of the Assembly. \
'". .\u25a0.'-"\u25a0.\u25a0 " ' w/r. porter; \u25a0 : :
4 • President of the Senate
Approved March 1 22ndr A." D. 1909. _ „
; ;J.:N.'GILLETT. Governor. \u25a0
Endorsed^ Filed in the offlce of _the .Secretary
of; State the 23 day of, March! A; D.'Jlsoa.'-it
9 :30 o'clock " a. . m. 'C. ' F. . Curry. Secretary 'of
State. By J. noeseb; Deputy. - * "'. '. ".'" ' .
- SENATE- 8iLL^N0, ; 227./- /
: Passed . the : Senate, February ' 17, * k'.^O. "1909^'
Lewis A. Hilborn, Secretary iof the? Senate. - '
Passed the. Assembly." March TlO.^'.D.- 1909 '
Clio v, Lloyd, , Chief Clerk , of the Assembly. - I B
\u25a0 . This : bill \u25a0 was ., received •by the s Governor, this
15th day. of March. ; A. D/ 1909. -at 3 o'clock'
p. m. ' E. C. Cooper,. Private Secretary 'of -the l
Gorernor:. "' '\u25a0\u25a0•';. "; \u25a0;.. .' ' ' .'JI i . \u25a0:- ~\u25a0 \u25a0 , "\"-.- -;- ." ~ ...;
Chapter ' 40". -An act to provide ? for the - lssu-
. ance and ; sale of state ; bonds jto create >a • fund '
'.- i or \u25a0 the g acquisitions by- .the ? ; board : -.'of * state
harbor ; commissioners,' ; of a • necessary are* for
' a tidal basin, for* wharves, docks,', plera,' b«x-
\u25a0 bors and appurtenances, -in -'.the "Clty.^and
county * of ' San. Francisco; to create a sinking
: - fund for the \u25a0? payment > of \- said * bonds ; \u25a0 and
; defining : the * duties ; of ', state Xof fleers In : reia-
\u25a0 ; tlon thereto: ' making: an " spproprlation.-of one
\u25a0 thousand < dollars . : for :.< the - expense :• of % prln ting '
:*Bald: *8ald bonds; -and' providing:: for .the submission
of this'act.to a voteof V ":... - \u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
\u25a0fhe • people .'. of : the :. State :of '\u25a0, California, renre-
i rented In ' Senate > and \u25a0 Assembly, * do ' enact a»~
.\u25a0•".follows:;.: ;. "" ;V;'^:7"TC:-"-;;'i> --'\u25a0" - \u25a0-/••;>
j* .Section I.,.' For, the purpose of providing^arnnd*
for the payment of the indebtedness authorized to
be incurred by the board of state harbor, comrala-
eioners :. for f \u25a0 the :\ acquisition of >the «j necessary
area for a ' tidal : basin,- extending t the ' area' of
India basin, on the i water front* of ! the 'city 'and ;
county of > San : Francisco; as : provided-innn ->n act
entitled : < "An i act *to g authorize f and -tthe
board '" of " state •-* harbor i commissioners j| to 1 lnstl- '
tute condemnation H proceedings | against | certain •
property \u25a0' north 'of India I basin."' and , extending -to
Islals .: creek xin . the % city * and * county >of -, San
Francisco, and I extending \u25a0 the jurisdiction iof said
board S over : s the 2 same. - and' providing 5. for.^ the •
payment -"of > r Judgments v from " the .-;-; proceeds of.
bonds "issued - and.*; sold - under ',. the \u25a0\u25a0; provisions
of. i an.: act - entitled - 'An act ito provide * for. ; the
Issuance \u25a0. and ' sale 4 ot \u25a0 state * bonds to - create a
fund * for ; the * acquisition -by the • board' of.' state :
harbor commissioners.- of -a; necessary area for
a > tidal r basin.- i for, •* wharves,""- docks* : piers, har-
bors I and appurtenances, in the city and > county
of;San'. Francisco; to create a sinking - fund ;fv \u25a0
tbe -payment -of -said bonds; ~and' deflnlng.'the
duties ' ;of v atate l officers in .relation .thereto:
making i'an ; appropriation , of , one --thousand dol-
lars-, for .the .. expense Zof .printing. »«'d ,- ; bond»:
and - providing ( for ( the submission . of .' this act •to
ai' vote- of ,j the., people. •-..?• jj the: state • treasurer
shall^lnjnjpdiately .after ; tbe-; issuance \u25a0of
proclamation '"of .'.the' governor,- provided* f° r * * n
RectlonMO" hereof; prepare Cone -thousand suitable
bonds .- of -r the ; State .of : California.* In the rta-
nominatlon.-6f one- thousand -dollars' each. - Tne
whole- Issue ;of ; said bonds i shall -not . exceed^tfie
snm of one -million dollars, and, said bonds
shall -bear-Jnterest at -the rate .of four per
centum per; annum, . from i the time. 'of the -sale
thereof. >- and , both -- principal and • interest eha v
be. payable In gold coin of the present standard
valu*. .and they, shall, be;, payable at ; tne
.office :'of j- the - rtate treasurer, at' the ex-
piratlonj « of -seventy-four years from -neir
date, -subject,' however, to redemption • by
lot; as:, in! this iact -hereinafter provided.
Said bonds: shall bear >date the second- day of
January, ; A: ' D. 1911; ! and* shall be- mad© V»r-
Jble ontbe second day -of .January. ; .-A^ £. . 19».
The Interest accruing on such of i said \u25a0 b_ ona s ( ,"
are sold,- shall- be due' and'payable' at the office
of the state treasurer, on the second ,-day . «
January." and on the second day of July,-,0?J uly ,-, 0 ?
year-after the sale of the same; \u25a0P roTl ' Jea .J a ?f
the first payment of " Interest shair be maae
on the second day of January. : A. D. 1912. OT so
many .of said -bonds as may have , been there-
tofore - sold. \u25a0 At the' explraUonof seTe ° tT ; r< "j'
years v from i the date of said bonds, ail .bonds
sold shall. cease; to bear- Interest, and l lke * ls *
all bonds redeemed ' by ' lot shall cease -to 'bear
Interest;. as in, this. act provided, and 4 the said
Btate treasurer shall call 4n. forthwith pay r and
cancel the same, otit of "moneys In the. India
Basin Sinking "Fund." provided for In this act.
and he shall .on the first Monday •In January.
A. D. 1985. also cancer and destroy all bonds
not theretofore gold. All' bonds issned shall be
signed, by the governor, and countersigned hy
tbe i controller, and > shall be - endorsed by the
state; treasurer, and each shall have the seal
of the .state stamped thereon. Each bond shall
contain, a clause that it is subject to. redemp-
tion by lot after the year ' nineteen hundred and
thirty-nlne.l .., . - - - ' -' • '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0''.
See. 2. Interest coupons 'shall- be attached to
each of said bonds, so that ! such coupons may
be removed without injury to or mutilation of tne
bond. Said^coupons shall be consecutively num-
bered, and shair be signed by the state treas-
urer. Bat no interest on any of s.ald bonds shall
be paid for any time which : may Intervene Be-
tween , the. date of any of said bonds., and tne
issue and sale - thereof to a purchaser.
Sec. 3. The sum . of \u25a0 one thousand dollars Is
hereby "appropriated ! to pay the expense that
may be Incurred by the state treasurer In hav-
ing said bonds, prepared.. Said, amount shall be
paid out of-the»"San Francisco Harbor improve-
ment Fund," on controller's warrants, duly arawn
for that . purpose. ...... '•\u25a0\u25a0
Sec. 4. When the bonds authorized to j«>
sued under this act shall be duly executed they
shall be sold by the -state treasurer at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash, in sucn
parcels and numbers as said state treasurer
shall determine : but said treasurer must reject
any and all bids -for said bonds, or for any or
them, which shall be below the par value of said
bonds so offered for sale, and he may by public
announcement at the place and time fixed for tne
sale, for good and sufficient cause, continue sucn
sale as to the whole . of the bonds offered or
any part thereof offered, to such time and place
as he may select, not exceeding, however, sixty
days. Due notice of the time and place of sale or
all bonds, and of the' postponement, of sale
thereof, must be given by said treasurer by pub-
lication ,In two newspapers \u25a0 published in the
city and county of San Francisco, and also by
publication ln one newspaper published in the
city of Oakland, and by publication in one news-
paper published in. the city of Los Angeles, and
by publication .in one newspaper published In
the city of Sacramento, once a week during four
weeks prior to such sale. The costs of such pub-,
Hcation shall be paid out of the "San Francisco
Harbor Improvement Fund" .on controller's war-
rants, duly drawn for that purpose. The proceeds
of the sale of euch bonds shall be forthwith paid
over by said I treasurer into the treasury, and
must be. by him kept. in a separate fund to be
known and designated as the "India Basin Fund.'
and . must be used exclusively for the acquisi-
tion of the area described In tbe act referred to
ln section 1 hereof. Drafts and warrants upon
said fund shall be drawn upon and shall be paid
out of said fund In • the | same manner as drafts
and warrants are drawn upon and paid out of the
"San Francisco Harbor . Improvement Fund."
- Sec. 5. ror the payment of the principal and
Interest of said bonds , a sinking fund to be
known and designated as the "India Basin Sink-
ing Fund" shall be. and the i same is hereby
created as follows, to wit: '.. The state treasurer
shall, on the first day of each and every month,
after, the second day of December. A. D. 1928,
take, from the "San Francisco Harbor Improve-
ment Fund," such snm as, multiplied by the
time the v bonds tben sold and outstanding have
to run." will equal the principal of the bonds
sold and* outstanding at the time said treasurer j
shall so take 'said sum from said "San Francisco
Harbor Improvement Fund." less the amount
theretofore takeu therefrom for 'said purpose;
and he shall' place the sum in the "India Basin
Sinking Fund," created by this act- 1 .Said state
treasurer .shall. \u25a0 on -controller's • warrants.- duly
drawn for that purpose, employ the moneys ln
said sinking fund in the purchase ' of bonds of
the United States, or of the State of California,
or |of the several counties 'or municipalities of
the State of California, which said bonds shall
be: kept -in a proper receptacle, appropriately
labeled; but be must always keep on hand a
sufficient amount of money in said sinking fund
with- which , to pay the interest on such of
the state tonds herein -provided to be Issued
as may have theretofore .been sold: and to
provide means for the payment- of interest on
.the bonds that may be sold . and - outstanding,
paid treasurer shall ' monthly take from the
"San Francisco Harbor Improvement Fund." and
pay into said ,. "India Basin Sinking Fund," an
amount equal to tbe monthly Interest then due
on all bonds .then - sold, delivered- and outstand-
ing. | ! The board . ot state . harbor, commissioners
is -hereby authorized and directed by the col-
lection of dockage, tolls. \u25a0 rents, wharfage and
cranage,;, to : : collect a snm - of, money ' sufficient
for the purposes of- this • act.- over and- above
tbe • amount limited by section two thousand
five hundred and twenty-six of the Political Code
of the State of California. -Between the first
and tenth day of November. " in the year ' nine-
teen hundred and. forty, and between the first and
tenth. day of November of each year thereafter,
until tbe maturity of said bonds, the said treas-
urer shall, in the presence of the governor, pro-
ceed to draw by ' lot such an amount of bonds
as shall be requisite to exhaust, as nearly as may
be. .the amount In said sinking fund at -that
time, \u25a0 and \u25a0 shall thereupon and before the tenth
day of December following. ' give notice by public
advertisement to -be Inserted | twice a \u25a0 week - for
two weeks In two newspapers : published in the
city" and i county "of San Francisco, snd also In
one newspaper published In the city of Oakland,
and also ln one newspaper published in' the
city; of Los Angeles, and also in one newspaper
publisned.;ln the city of. Sacramento, stating the
number of bonds, so drawn, .and that the prin-
cipal 1 of -said -bonds- ehall -Vte paid on -presentation
to tue treasurer on or before the second day of
January, -following, and that from and after
such -last named | date. I all - Interest upon . bonds
thus drawn shall cease, and It shall he the.dut)
of the treasurer ' as soon as ' said . bonds 'so drawn
by lot are surrendered -.to him and paid, to can-
cel the same, and^ the interest coupons thereon.
and'eacb year beginning with the year nineteen
hundred and .forty, the said, treasurer shall, ln
the 'manner aforesaid, proceed \u25a0 to draw by lot
such an -amount .of /bonds -.as. -shall be. requisite
to : exhaust as nearly as may, be ;the amount
in said sinking fund, and proceed in the manner
hereinabove' stated...^ After -tre- payment of all
said.;bonds. surplus.- or l balance In
said sinking fund. If any "there be. shall -forth-
with; be paid: Into 1 the "San- Francisco Harbor
Improvement . Fund." ~.At '-- the;', time", of ,the
respective drawings, by -lot, as aforesaid,;- and'
also at the maturity of I said \u25a0 state \u25a0 bonds, said
treasurer, shall s.ell . tbe \u25a0 United States bonds, or
oth<»r ; bonds. \u25a0^ then .in. ss ld. sinking fund, at gov-
erning markets rates. -after .the sale
thereof. r In "the - manners hereinbefore '.".provided
for the " sale of bonds bertby | authorized to be
issued,-; and-- shall nse the proceeds- for the pay-
ment "r of such; bonds" as may -be "drawn by lot.
and 'at- the . maturity .'.of : said '\u25a0 bonds'outstandln"
shall, pay - and : redeem said , matured outstanding
bonds \u25a0 out J of ! said money |in | said fund. -In ex-
Jtlsjraisbmeht of said bonds. *on controller's war-"
rsnts.; duly drawn -for', that -purpose.- \u25a0 .•-•\u25a0. •-•\u25a0 •
• .' Sec. ' 6. • The " state -controller -and ! the state
treasurer shall keep \u25a0 full and particular account
and . record of all of their proceedings : under this
act," and* they shall transmit to the governor an
abstract of all such proceedings. thereunder, with
an s annual report to be, by the governor laid be-
fore the legislature biennially: rand all books and
papers, pertaining to the matter 'provided for in
this act 'shall at all times be" open to the Inspec-
tion of any party Interested, or the governor or
the attorney general. \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 or a committee of either
branch of thejetrlslafure.* or,a Joint
ofboth. or, »ny.'eltizen:Of the state. - -, ,-.
Sec* T.-^-It shall- be >the -duty - : of i the y' state
treasurer to. pay "the Interest, of said bonds when
the 'saie . : falls'- due out \u25a0of . the | sinking f nid - pro-
vided for . In Jthls act, on cohtroller's.warrants
duly drawn for "that purpose. * -\u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0
•--».'. Thla^act,; if adopted^by.the people
Bhall v take X effect , on .the /thirty-first day of Del
cember. A. p.-' ntaeteenpundred and ten. a s^o
all- its provisions, except, those relating . to and
\u25a0necessary = for- its ".submission |to, the people \u25a0 "d
for I returning.", canvassing A and i proclaiming" the
votes.? and , aa ?to , said I excepted provisions this
act shall take:/effeet'immediately.., >. -."?"»
: '\u25a0: Sec \ o.';-'> This } act 'shall 'be i submitted to -the
people of the | State; of - California -. for their ratifN
cation at'- the ; next: general \u25a0 election .to be holden
l£ the month ! of . November, A. D. : nineteen^ inn.
dred - and ten. and all., ballots -at said * election
shall, have -printed thereon, the 'words, "For- the
India Basin Act. . n and In the same square I under
said words the following. in. brevier type: -'This
act \u25a0\u25a0 provides « for ; the acquisition of a tidal basin
in the ; bay : of : San . Francisco for • harbor . purnoaea
and t for the payment of ; all costs ; thereof . ont of
the 'San Francisco Harbor. Improvement Fund.' "
In -tbe square immedlately^below the square con-
taining said words there shall be printed on said
ballot the words VAgainst the India Basin Act "
and - immediately > below, said words '• Against the
India \u25a0 Basin f~ Act," -s In a brevier type, -shall : be'
printed: VThls act provides, for^ the acquisition of
a - tidal :-: basin , . m S tbe bay. of San . Francisco for
harbor purposes: and for, the payment of, all costs
i thereof - out ; of; the " 'San ;* Francisco ' Harbor . im-
nrotement - Fund.V " "~ Opposite * the ;v words ;*'For'
the:lndfa Bastn v Act* * and "Against, the f India
Basin Act," -there Bhall, be 'left spaces ln whlcii
the voters ; may i make or t stamp ' a . cross ,to indi-
cate; whether .'.they vote for or i against Csaid act.'
and those voting for said act '• shall do .so. by
placing ' a *, cross j- opposite s the J words -' "For -'. th««J
India Basin Act,", : and -.those voting against said
act - shall : do so ; by - placing ;'a v cross : opposite \u25a0 the
words g '.'Against \u25a0- the : India v ; Basin »/ Act-'V*"^ The
governor ! of I this I state | shall' include the submis-
sion ' of i this » act-; to * the * people.' as : aforesaid. :• In"
his proclamation calling for said general election.
Legal ant i official— con^
"\u25a0\u25a0• T-Sec.% 10. The vote 'cast for ' or sgainst this
act ' shall r be .counted, -returned ;acd canvassed
«nd declared in -the same' manner and-suMert
to » .the same , rules as votes cast for . *tate
officers;- and 'if it appear that s?'d act shall
have received a majority of all the votes cast
for - and . against It at- said eleotton. a* afore-
said.. tben the same shall have effect a* herein-
above- provided, -and stall be -lrrepealahl* nntu
the -principal and Interest of the llabliltle*
herein created shall be paid and discharged, and
the. governor shall make proclamation thereof;
but If a 'majority "of -the -votes <-ast. as afore-
Mid, are against this- act. then the same saaU
.fe.iscd. 'become -.void.-. '
-See. 11. -It -shall : be -- the duty of the jerre-
tary of state to have this ! act published In at
least one newspaper .In j each county, er .city
and \u25a0 conntv, " if ; one \u25a0be pnbllsbed therein.
throu>b3at I this "'state., for 'three mcnt&s next
preceding the general " election ttv be hoid»n
In- the : i month ' cf November. A. D. n!aet»»r
hundred, and ten: -the costs of . publication *n*H
be paid out of the genera! fnnd: on c&ntroller s
warrants, duly drawn for that purpose..
i S<rc. ( 12. This act rtall be known and ' cited
as the "India Basin Act." ' .
;- Sec. -13. All acts and parts cf- acts in con-
flict with the -provisions -of this act are hereby
repealed. ....
W.-R- PORTER.
• . ' \u25a0 - - President of the Senate.
P. A. STANTON. *
"Speaker of fhs Assembly.
Approved March 24th.. A.. D. l!»0i».
J. N. GILLETT.. Govern--.
.'Endorsed: Filed inthe :ofttce"of tbe S'cretsry
of State the 25 day of March. A. D. 1909. at
8:30 o'clock a. m. * C F Curry.- Secretary or
State. By J. Hoesch, Deputy. ' I.
SENATE BILL NO., 464.
• Tassed the Senate, March 12. A: n. ; 19W-
Lewis A. Hllborn. Secretary of the Senate.
I Passed the Assembly. March 20. A. D. 1900-
Clio Lord. Chief Clerk of the Assembly.
This bill was received by the Governor, 'bis
23d day of March. A. D. 1909. at 5 ocW-k
P- n>. E. C. Cooper. Private ' Secretary of the
Governor."
Chapter 623. An Act to provide for th» is«u»
and sale of * state bonds •to create a runa V>t
the construction by the board of state narnor
- commissioners for the bay of San Dies" "«
'harbor improvements consist of a seawau,
.wharres. piers; state railroad, spurs, better-
:-ments and appurtenances in the county of &an
Diego; to create a sinking fund for the pay-
ment of said bonds; to define the duties or
state officers in relation thereto: to make aa
appropriation of one thousand * T « b o^?
, dollars for the expense or Panting J sa.fi
bonds, and to provide for tbe submission or
this act to a vote of the Deocle.
The people .of the Stute of California, represented
ln senate and assembly, do enact as follow*:
Section 1. For the purpose of providing a fund
for the payment of the indebtedness bereby au-
thorized to be incurred by the board of state nar;
bor commissioners for the bay of San Diego ro.
harbor improvements consist of for the erection ;
of a seawall, wharves, piers, state "'lroart
spurs, betterments and appurtenances In tne
county of San Diego, at a cost not to exceed one
million five hundred thousand dollars, which said
seawall, wharves, piers, state railroad. *P nr *-
betterments and appurtenar.ces the said board
of state harbor commissioners for San Diego bay
are hereby empowered to construct In the man-
ner authorized by law. at a cost not to^xceea
one million five hundred thousand dollars, jne ;
state treasurer shall, immediately after tne (
issuance of the proclamation of the governor pro-
vided for in section ten of this act. prepar*. o *;
teen hundred suitable bonds of the State or
California ln the denomination of one thousand ,
dollars each, to be numbered from one to niteen (
hundred. Inclusive, and to bear date of the second .
day of July, nineteen hundred eleven. The to- ;
tal Issue of said bonds shall not exceed the sum ;
of one million five hundred thousand dollars, and i
they shall bear interest at'therate of four per ;
cent per annum from the date of issuance tnere-
of. ; The said bonds and the Interest thereon shall
be payable. ln gold coin af the United States or
the present standard of value, at the office of tue
state treasurer of said state, on the second day
of July, nineteen hundred elghty-flve. subject.
however, to redemption by lot as in this act
hereinafter provided. The Interest accruing on
all of said bonds that shall be sold shall be pay-
able at the of fltfe of the treasurer of the state
on the second day of January and the s^cona
day of July of each year after the sale of the
same. At the- expiration of seventyrfour years
from the date of said bonds all bonds shall cea^
to bear interest, and likewise all bends redeemed
by lot as hereinafter provided shall cease to tear
interest according . to the provisions of this act.
and the state treasurer shall call ln and l°r™>-
with pay and cancel the same out of the
moneys in the San Diego seawall sinking fund
provided for in this act. and he shall on the date
of the maturity" of said bonds cancel and destroy
all bonds not theretofore sold. All bonds re-
maining unsold shall, at the date of the maturity
thereof, be by the treasurer of the state canceled
and destroyed. All bonds issued pursuant to the
provisions of thi* act shall be signed by the
governor of this state, conntersigned by the state
controller and indorsed by the state treasurer,
and the said bonds shall be so signed, counter-
signed and indorsed by the officers who are in
office on the second day of July, nineteen hun-
dred eleven, and each ,of said bonds shall have
the great sear of ths State of California Im-
pressed thereon, and said bonds signed, connter-
Elgned, indorsed and sold as herein provided shall ,
be and constitute a valid and binding obligation ,
upon the State of California .though the sale
thereof.be made at a date or dates after the per-
son so signing, countersigning and indorsing, or
either thereof, shall have ceased to be an In-
cumbent of said office or offices.
Sec. 2- Appended to each of said bonds there
stall be - Interest coupons so attached that the
same may be detached without injury or mntil*-
tlon of ; said \u25a0\u25a0 bonds, and said coupons shall be
consecutively nnmbered - and shall bear the litho-
graphic signature of the state- treasurer who
shall be in office on the second day .of July,
nineteen hnndred eleven. No Interest shall be
paid on any of said bonds for such time as may
Intervene between the date of said bond and
the day , of sale thereof, unless .aid accmed
Interest shall hare been,' br'the purchaser of
said bond, paid to the state . at the time of
such sale.
Sec. 3. The sum of one thousand five hnn-
dred dollars Is hereby appropriated out of any
moneys in \u25a0 the state treasury not otherwise ap-
propriated to pay the expense that- may be In-
curred- by the' state treasurer In having said
bonds- prepared. The state controller is hereby
authorized and directed . to draw, bis warrant
for -the expense incurred in preparing the said
bond's, and the state treasurer is bereby directed
to pay _ the same.
' Sec. 4. When the bonds authorized to be is-
sued by this act shall have been signed, coos-
terElgned and endorsed, as in section 1 pro-
vided, tbe stste treasurer shall sell the same for
cash 'to the highest bidder ln snch parcels and
numbers -as tbe governor of the state shall
direct, provided a resolution requesting such
sale shall have been adopted by the board ot
state - barbor commissioners for San. Diego bay,
and' said board shall not pass such resolution
until in their Judgment .the actual harbor re-
ceipts, - and those reasonably anticipated, will
Justify sucb sale of bonds and the consequent
increased burden on harbor receipts. Said resolu-
tion ' shall specify the nnmber "of , bonds neces-
sary to produce the amount of money which, in
the judgment of said board of harbor commission-
ers, shall be' required at sucn time and the
governor of .the state shall .direct tbe state
treasurer" to sell such 'nambep of said bonds to
raise said amount of money.' and that" said
bonds shall b« sold in consecutive, numerical
order. 1 The* state 'treasurer shall not accept any
bid which is less than tbe par .value of the
bond, plus the interest which has accrued thereon
between the date of sale and the last preceding
Interest maturity date.'The state treasurer may.
at the time and place. fixed by him for such
sale.' continue soch sale a? to- tbe -whole or any
part of said bonds to such time and place at
be may at tbe time of such continuance desig-
nate. Before offering any of said bonds for sale
the state treasurer shall detach therefrom all
coupons which have matured or , will mature
before the date fixed for said sale. The state
treasurer shall give notice of the time and place
of sale by publication . in two newspapers pub-
lished In the city and cotmty of San Francisco,
one newspaper published in the city, of _©«
Angeles,' \u25a0 one newspaper published In the city of
San Diego and . one newspaper - published i n the
city" of .Sacramento,.' once a week for four weeks
next preceding the date fixed for such eaje, i n
addition , to the notice last above \u25a0 provided fat.
the state treasurer may gi'e such further notice
as he may deem advisable, hot. the expenses and
cost of such. additional notice shall not exceed
the sum of five hundred dollar* for each sale «o
advertised. The : coat : of^ such publication . shall
be -paid out of the Saa* Diego harbor improve-
ment fund on controller's . warrants dnly drawn
for that purpose, and the treasurer must pay the
same. The proceeds of the sale of such bond*
shall be forthwith paid over by^ said treasurer
Into tbe treasury, and must be by him kept in
« separate fund to be known and desljnated as
the *'San Diego Seawall Fund," and must be
used exclusively for. the construction of a. sea-
wail wharves, piers. . state railroad, spurs, bet-
terments and appurtenances thereto on the water
front of the bay of San^Diego. Drafts-Vnd
warrants upon the . said - fund . shall be drawn
•^pon «d shall -be paid out of said fund £„£
Lime manner as drafts .and! warrants »re drawn
S?n and paid out of. the San Diego harbor ia°
provement fund-
Sec. 5-- For the payment of the principal and in-
terest oT sald^ bonds a sinking fund, to b« k a
and designated as the "San Diego Seawall Sink-
ing Fund." shall be.* and same is hereby cre-
ated. -to wit: - The state. treasurer, after the tec-
ond day~pf January. -Jteeten hnndred and twenty-
nine, shall -on .the first day, of each- and every
month thereafter, after the sale of said bond/
take from the San Diego . Improvement
• fund' snch ram-'- as. \u25a0\u25a0multiplied .by the time la
months, "iJie- bonds then sold and outstanding
it the time said treasurer shall so take said sun?
from said San Diego barbor improvement fund,
lessrthe amount - theretofore taken therefrom for
eaid purpose: and he shall place the sum in th«
"awall sinking fund created by.this act.- S.W
state -treasurer shall. \u25a0on controller's \u25a0 warran-s
duly drawn for that^pnrpose. employ the money*
In said sinking-fund -In., the. purchase of bonds
of the United States, or of the State of Califor-
nia; which, said bonds shall kept In a^SR
receptacle, appropriately = labeled:.- but: he must
keep always on hand a -sufficient amoant-of
money, in said sinking fund. with .which to pay
the ! interest on" such of tbe • state bonds herein
provided to " be Issued •as may have theretofore
been sold.- And to provide « means for the z>tr-
ment of , interest on ,; the -bonds that: may b»
sold and outstanding, said treasurer shall month-
lv'take from the- San Diego : harbor improvement
fund. .and 'pay; lnto. said. seawall sinking fund
an amount equal to; the interest then
dueon all bends then , sold, delivered and out-
standing.- -.The , board .s of v state, harbor com-
missioners of San \u25a0 Diego! are bereby authorized
and directed by, the collection of, dockage, tolls -\u25a0
rents,".wharfage • and cranage to -collect- a sum
of .money; sufficient: for the purposes of . this act.
over and; above any limitations existing in the
existing section of the \u25a0- Political Code of , the
State. of California.' Between;the first and tenth
day-of>November.Mn' the year nineteen '\u25a0 hundred
and : fifty and . between <thj» first and * tenth day
of ' November ;of-, each ? year. thereafter .until., the
maturity of said bond*, the said -treasurer shall
~LE~GAL~'and OFFICIAL—Co^
in the presence of the governor, proceed U> » dray,
by U,t y .ncb an- amount of bonds as abaH
requisite to esbaust as nearly as ma £_\u0084 and .
amount In said siskins fund at tfiat time. «»« -
fhall tberenpon and before the \u25a0 * enl *L h Vi!f ,£
December. following, give notice by public «a
vertisement to be Inserted twice , a K^» thl
two week? la two.: newspapers P uW . l3h^. new*!
county of- San Francisco, and also la " B * n ,JJi
paper published In the dry of San Wes*^ .«*»
also tn one newspaper .published In the city «r
Los Angele*. statins the number- of bond s *»
drawn and that tfce principal of «aid bonds i wtif
be paid on presentation to the. OB ,."
before the second day of January. f ol *? w . lß f- "°;i
tfcat from, and after such i«st named d*t«. ™-
tr.terest npoo bonds ttws drawn shall «*"*• "^l
; it shall be tbe duty of,tii<* treasurer as aooa •«
•aid bonds so drawn fc> lot- are s^ re ° d( £? , a ?
him and paid, to cancel the name, and "•, '?.
terest cctrpoa* thereon." and eaeb rear. J^s 3 !^
with tli*- rear nln-teen kindred and fl £j-Yr
said treasurer sball. In the manner a'" 1 ?" 1 ?;
proceed to draw tr- lot sufU an amount or P" 12 "
as shall be requisite to «t«st »» ** a J !y **
mar .he. the amount -In sal.*-sh»klns- fHnd^an-J
proceed «n tbe manner ber-lnabore stated. At- r
the- payment of all said bond*. tbe_ surplus f>'
fca'ar.ee remufnlo:? in M»d sinklne «oa«. U "S,,"
\u2666liere be, s*all forthwith i* P*?d Jftojtoe SJin
Diearo biirtor Improvement fund. At tne t.—y»
of the respective drawee* h* lot ** «*£*?;"•\u25a0
and"«!«o at the .maturity «f "»? • to £,£r o .
?aW, treasurer sball s-!» the United \u25a0 s s t
«tber bends then in <it<l siskin? Mnd. •J.* o **;?.,
In- market rates, atter' advertisla* th« »*!»
tle-eof m tb* minner hereinbefore jjrovMed^
t?>* sale of bonds hereby atifhortaed t» i>-_ '
feed, and !>h.iU r«e the proce-ds . for the P«J-
,mfaf\cf sc^h >«>nd'« a* imt b*. drawn fj '<«• "?.;
»t the rcatnritr of said hood* outstawUasr an* \u25a0\u25a0
par and r*i}e»m said matured o»t"2 mlll |£,'r,T
ent of mM ro-mers in said fnnd In "^^J",;
ment of said hearts on controlier'a warrants axr
drawn for t^»t r.nmost*
See. 8- The state coatroJler. and .**« J*H£
treasurer shall Ve-p MH aad P* rtJewlir ii! C^M.
and record of all taetr rrowedlngs .nndcr tw«
act., and tber fh»ll transmit •to tt*-^^^*
an ab«tnet of all such nro^edlnri thereanrter.
with an annna! report, to *c br tn* «? T «^?°Li?s;
before the tezMstor* tienaUHr:- an* •" *Jt*i ;
nod papers pertafnin- to the matter pro™ 3"
for In thli. act ahatl at all times be open «*
the tn-pectlon of aar party ' loterested. or W»
povernoK or tbe attorney general or a com-
mittee of eltli-r branch of tbe l** l ' l .**?*:- 0 !..*
joint comajlttea of both, or any citizen or ta3
state. : • -
S<*. 7. - It-rtall be tbe rfntr of tht «t». •
treasurer to pay tbe Interest of said
when tbe same fslls dna, ont of *&• 1 ! 1 .*
fesd proTlded for la this act. on controiler * .
warrant* dalr drawn for that purpose. w> .
Sec. S. ThU act. If adopted by the P^P 1 *;
sball take effect oc. the tblrty-flrst day ».
December, nineteen hondred snd ten. as to ail
it? nro'olslons except tbos* relatlnz to ananje-
es«ary for Its submission to tUe pe°P' e - a: !i,li" '
returning, canrassln?. aDd proclalmlne t^?,* ot *!;
and sa.to «aid exeepfed provisions tn» »c.
*h ill take effect Immediately. " \u2666•.w / "l
See. 9. TbU act shall be <iubmltted to "«
people of the State cf California for their "*•*•.
flcation at the next seaeral election, to bfj*? l^
In tbe month of XoreicSer. nineteen taadred a-i
teo. and all ballots at said election shall ha»«
printed thereon and at tbe end tner f,° r - J f ,^
words. "For tbe San Diego seawall act. anfl n
a separate line ender the same words. A * al °"-
the . San Dlesro seawall net.'- and 2P^"»v!
\u25a0aid lines there sball be left spaces la »h-lch tb-»
roters may make or stamp a cross to indiestw
whether they *ote for or aeainst said act. aa-l
those Totlnjt for said act shall do so by plac&K »
cross opposite thje words *Tor the gan Dies* «ea-
wall act." and all those rotlnr against the sal!
act «hall do so by piscine a cross oppostte th-;
words "AjralDSt the Saa Dleyo seawall act.
The roxernor of this state shall Include th*
submission of this act to tbe people, as afore-
said. In bis proclamation calllnz for said eea-
eral election. - • • \u25a0\u25a0" ...
Sec. 1-. The Tote* cast for or against thi«
act shall be- counted, returned and canTassed
and declared In the urn» manner and *nbj«-?t
to the same rules as votes cast for state ofnc*r»:
and if It appear that said act sball bare* re-
relred a majority of all tiie Totes cast for ana
asalnst It at said election as aforesaid, then
the. name shall bare effect as hereinbefore pro-
Tided, and shall be lrrepealable nntll the pria-
dpal and interest of the liabilities herein cre-
ated chall be paid and dinchanred. and th»
poTernor sball make proclamation thereof: but
If a majority of the totes cast as aforesaid
are against tbls «ct. then ta» uo» shall b«
aDd becom» »old.
Sec. 11. It shall l»« the dnty of th« secretarr
of state to hare this act pnMJshed In at le»»t
one newspaper In each county, or dry and
eflnsty. If one be published therein. tbronsV»'ir
this state, for three months next precedlna th»
ceneral election to b«» holden 1q tbe month *>t
November, nineteen hundred and ten. The cns»s
of publication shall be paid ffit of the 3»a
Diego harbor improvement fund, on controller**
warrants duly drnwa for that purpose.
Sec. 12. The state controller and stat« trea«- . •
urer ar» berehy directed to transfer from *n*
moneys paid Into tte S.in Dieco seawall fnnrt
nnder the prorlsii^ns of this act to the srenerM
fond of the State of California, any and »ll
sums' of money theretofore transferred from sa'-t
Kenernl fnnd "to the San- piego seawall fund,
together' with Interest on said moneys from th-«
date of transfer at the rata of 4 per cent p*?
annum. »'_^
Sec. IS. Tbl«" act may be knows »n<l dt*<i
as the '-San- Dleso seawall act «f IJKtP."
W. E. PORTER.
President of the Senata.
P. A. STANTOK.
Speaker of ths Assembly.
Approied April 16, A. T>. inns.
J. N. GILLETT. Governor.
EmtoTsed: Piled in th« offl^s of tif S-crwtarv
of Stat» the Ttb day of April. A. O. ISM. a* .
19:<« o*<-7oc!t p. m. C. F. Curry. Secretary- •'
State. Br J. Hoesch. Dennty.
SEALED PROPOSALS. Indorsed "Proposals for -
Dry Dot-k raissons." will .be ref^ired at the- -
Bureau o£ Tards and Dork?, Nary Departmont. \u25a0
Washlnston. until 11 o'clock a. ra.. December 2-.
1910. and then and ther^ publ!clr ogeneri. ff>r
fnrn!shljs-thr<»e steel rals&jns for dry docks at »
the >aTy Yards. New York. N. V.. »nd Bremer-
ton. Wash., and Naral Station. Pearl Harbor.
Haw»il. Plans and sp»oifleat!ons can be oh-
tained on application to the bureau upon a rl»-
posit of ?25. R- C. Hollyday. (Thief of Bureau.
October 27. 1310. . -
FOR SA LE— MISCELLANEOUS
FOR sale at once, a certificate on a leadls? piano
.. house in this city; pood for. slos in part pay-
ment on a piano; will sell for $3.50. Box 2734.
Call office. • -,--
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Enameled Sinks. 20x30.
-- \u25a0 • • . $?.T5. - - \u25a0
CENTRAL PLUMBING SCPPLT C 0. ., - '
- 14«> Market >t.
SECOND HAND PIPE '. \
Largest dealers In standard pipe an* ser*w c,as- .
in?, dipped: prices right: sruaraateed first class, z
PACIFIC PIPE, CO.. Main and Ho— art! sta.
ELEGANT «*>*_ foot porcelain 'tubs, rffnlai prlc»
$13, now $19: our 20x30 porcelain sink, regv-
lar price. $2.25. now $2.75. P. EyOHAIR &.
CO., 330 McAllister st. \u25a0• - - \u25a0
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats aad trousers at
less than cost at CJHAS. LYONS', the Londoa
Tailor. 1432 Fillmore bet. Ellis and O'Farrell.
Open eveninjrs till 9. Saturdays 10 o'clock.
ELEGANT 5% foot porcelain tubs, regular price
$li>, now $19: our 20x30 porcelain sink, regu-
lar price $2.25. now $2.75. P. E. O'HAIB _
Cor. 330 McAllister st. '
FOR sale — 40 hp. gasoline engine: 25 K. W.
Westingaonse generator Installed only 4
-months; 1 30 hp. steam eairtne. good as new.
Address 475 44th st.. OakUnd. .
A A — ALL sizes • standard water pipe and screw
casJna* sruaranteed sood as n-jw; gat our prices.
WKISSBAUM PIPE WORKS. 131 Mb st- \u25a0 \u25a0
HANDSOME new • lynx stole aad muff, present
from New York; must sell; worth. s7s, accept
$2». Call MRS. HOYT. Berkshire, 901 Devlsa-.
dero st. cor. McAllister.' \u25a0 -«.,,-,
FOR sale — Cheap. 3 very large marine oil paint-
ings bygood artists; flue for a. saloon or dote!.
Can* be s«en at 4?5x44th St.. Oakland. .
"MESSAGES and Papers of toe Presidents": 11
volumes." cloth' bound.' Write to DESSHEUX.
11l Sth Bt. .•,'\u25a0\u25a0 '\u0084,- ' -. ....
FOR sale — A silver vase, between 300 and 400
years old. A. E. EDDT. Collega City. Colusa
county. Cal- • . \u25a0 \ -. .
WATERMAN marine \u25a0or stationary engines. 3fi \u25a0
. lbs. $25 up. Frisco Motor Co.. 618 Fell St.:
.- phon« Market 3396. .
THE old; reliable fnrafture dealer. 11th st. at
Franklin. Oakland. '.~
TWO." female 'cor.Tter spaniel pups left; reduced
to $5, 2312 Redwood ay.. Fruit vale.
ARMY TENTS at factory prices. W. A.-VLCM-
MER CO... SW. corner of Front and Pine sts.
NATIONAL cash registers, electric signs, reatau-
rant supplies: cheap. 570 McAllister st. -
NEW upright foWin? hed*~for :$l3. DEWEY
BED CO.. »13 O'Farrell St.; also wall beds.
COAL STOVE, with waterbaeic. sligitlj used.
dirt cheap: 426 Sntter.st.
BOOKS BOUGHT.- KING'S BOOK STORE. 17H
Market st. above Googa: phone Market 4783.
ONE credit check on Hanscblldt Music Co for
$110 at your own price. Box 2750. Call office.
SAFE with 20 sale deposit boxes: suitable fn-
hotel or saloon: cheap. 233 California st. 3, 5V
EDISON agency • movfciir plcfnre machines and \u25a0
stweopticons. GEO. 3RECK. 70 Turk st. -
SAFE— laslde measurement 33^x23%x13^, witt
fhestr bargain. $135. 671 Mission st.
BOOKS and libraries .bought THE . HOLMES .
' C^:.-115S- Market St.: phona Matket'B^ -
SA t£?s* new anri secon/1 hand: all size*. THE
HERMAN SAFE CO.. 120-130 FolaoaTst. 7
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
DRESS SUllS." tuxedoes, prince alberts and other
raits bwshc L. SKOLL. 305 Kearay st. ilw
. .07, Golde- Gate ay.: phone Market 4631.
WANTED— Dock -blind -near Berkeley; wia bur
or rent. Box 2753. Call office.
PAYS positively highest prices for ladles' *ent»*
discarded clothing: will call. TeL ParkT333l.
LUMBER FOR SALE
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