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as to be calculated to mislead or deceive any unwary person or cause him to suppose the contents thereof to be pure wine of California manufacture, origin or production, made from the juice of the grape.

§ 3. And it shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation, in this state, to sell or offer for sale, or have in his or its possession, for sale, any liquid substance marked, branded or labeled by the use of such wine nomenclature aforesaid, 'or by the use of any mark, or brand, or stencil in semblance thereof, unless the same be pure wine of California manufacture, made from the juice of the grape.

§ 4. For the purposes of this act, pure wine shall be such as is defined to be pure wine under the provisions of the laws of the United States relating to the fortification of pure sweet wines, and of the food and drugs act, adopted by the congress of the United States, and approved June thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and six, and under laws of the state of California now or hereafter adopted.

$5. Whoever violates any of the provisions or sections of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon conviction thereof, be puuished by a fine of not, less than one hundred dollars, nor more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not less than thirty days, nor more than six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court.

This act shall take effect sixty days after its passage. Sophistication and adulteration of wine prohibited by ch. XXXVI, act 1887. GENERAL LAWS, p. 1489.

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HENNING'S

CANALS CONSTRUCTION BYRIGHT OF WAY. To furnish, grant, convey and relinquish to the United States of America the

right of way in San Joaquin County now (or hereafter) obtained by the commissioner of public works under an act of the legislature, approved March twenty-five, one thousand nine hundred and three, entitled “An act authorizing the commissioner of public works to obtain a right of way for a canal to divert the waters of Mormon Channel into the Calaveras River, to maintain condemnation suits therefor, and making an appropriation to pay for said right of way, and the cost and expenses of obtaining the same,” and under the laws of the state of California relating to such matters, for the purpose of the construction and completion of such right of way by the United States of America of a diverting canal east of the city of Stockton from the Mormon Channel to the Calaveras River and along the channel of the Calaveras River to the San Joaquin River, pursuant to an act of congress of June thirteen, one thousand nine hundred and two, and to subsequent acts of congress relating thereto, and to authorize the commissioner of public works and the governor of the state to execute conveyances thereof, and to authorize and direct the secretary of state to countersign and make delivery of the same to the United States of America.

Stats. and Amdts. 1906, p. 13, ch. 13) $1. For the purpose of enabling the government of the United States of America to construct, complete and maintain in San Joaquin County, a canal

to divert the waters of the Mormon Channel into the Calaveras River, and thence along the channel of the Calaveras River to the San Joaquin River, in accordance with an act of the congress of the United States of date June thirteenth, one thousand nine hundred and two, entitled, “An act making appropriations for the construction, repair and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes," and being chapter one thousand and seventy-nine of the public acts of the fifty-seventh congress, passed at its first session, and of other subsequent acts of the congress making further appropriations for the construction and completion of said canal, the state of California hereby furnishes, grants, conveys, releases and relinquishes to “The United States of America,” all its right, title and interest to the right of way for such diverting canal now (or hereafter) obtained, by purchase, condemnation or otherwise by the commissioner of public works under an act of the legislature approved March twenty-five, one thousand nine hundred and three, entitled, "An act authorizing the commissioner of public works to obtain a right of way for a canal to divert the waters of Mormon Channel into the Calaveras River, to maintain condemnation suits therefor, and making an appropriation to pay for said right of way and the costs and expenses of obtaining the same," and under general laws of the state of California relating to such matters.

$ 2. The commissioner of public works is hereby authorized and directed to grant to the state of California such portions of said right of way as have been granted directly to him, and the governor of the state is hereby authorized and directed on behalf of the state of California to execute a patent, conveyance and grant of such right of way to the United States of America, and the secretary of state is hereby authorized and directed to countersign and make delivery of the same to the United States of America.

$ 3. The right of way mentioned in section two is described as that certain strip of land situate, lying and being in the county of San Joaquin, state of California, having for its easterly extremity the south bank of the Mormon Channel and for its westerly extremity the San Joaquin River, and lying between two certain lines, which lines are described as follows, to wit:

1. The westerly and southerly or left boundary line.

Commencing at a point on the south side of the Stockton and Copperopolis Road westerly three hundred and sixty-one feet from the point of intersection of the south line of said road with the quarter-section line between the east half and the west half of section seventy-six of C. M. Weber's Urant, "El Rancho del Campo de los Franceses," and running thence along the south line of said road south 73° 00' west two hundred and sixty-one feet; thence south 57° 00' east one thousand one hundred and fifty feet to the center of the Mormon Channel; thence south 57° 00' east to the south bank of the Mormon Channel, which is the point of commencement; and from such point of commencement run north 57°00' west to the center of the Mormon Channel; thence north 57° 00' west one thousand one hundred and fifty feet to the south line of said Stockton and Copperopolis Road; thence north 57° 00' west to the north line of said Stockton and Copperopolis Road; thence north 57° 00' west two thousand five hundred and sixty

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seven feet to a point which is south 17° 00' east two hundred and sixtynine and four tenths feet from the northwest corner of section seventy-six of said grant; thence north 57° west three hundred and fifty-two feet; thence north 57° 00' west two thousand two hundred and fifty-seven feet; thence north 61° 45' west six hundred and ninety feet to the southerly line of the right of way of the Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad; thence north 61° 45' west to the northerly line of the right of way of said Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad; thence north 61° 45' west one hundred and seventy-six feet to a point in the line between the east half and the west half of section sixty-five of said grant, north 17° 00' west one hundred and forty-three feet distant from the northerly line of the right of way of said Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad; thence north 61° 45' west five thousand eight hundred and fifty-two feet; thence north 61° 45' west two hundred and eight and four-tenths feet to a point in line between the north half and the south half of section fifty-four of said grant, north 73° 00' east two thousand seven hundred and seventeen feet distant from the west line of said section fifty-four; thence north 61° 45' west nine hundred and forty-nine feet; thence north 61° 45' west nine hundred and seventy-six feet to a point south 17° 00' east nine hundred and twenty-nine feet distant from a point that is north 73° 00' east one thousand four hundred and one and five tenths feet distant from the common corner of sections forty-two, forty-three, fifty-three, and fifty-four of said grant; thence north 61° 45' west six hundred and sixty-nine feet; thence north 61° 43' west five hundred and seventy-two feet; thence north 61° 45' west twentyeight feet to a point north 73° 00' east five hundred and twenty-one feet distant from the corner common to sections forty-two, forty-three, fifty-three, and fifty-four of said grant; thence north 61° 45' west one thousand six hundred and six feet to a point north 17° 00' west one thousand one hun. dred and seventy-eight feet distant from the southwest corner of San Joaquin County survey number eight hundred and twenty-one; thence north 61° 45' west four hundred and eighty-three and five tenths feet to the south line of the Cherokee Lane Road; thence north 61° 45' west one thousand one hundred and thirty feet; thence north 61° 45' west four hundred and sixtysix feet to a point which is south 73° 00' west three hundred and twentysix feet from the northeast corner of San Joaquin County survey number two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five; thence north 61° 45' west five thousand and sixty-two feet; thence north 75° 10' west three hundred and five and five tenths feet to a point which is north 16° 55' west one thousand six hundred feet distant from the southeast corner of San Joaquin County survey number one thousand five hundred and one; thence south 85° 00' west two hundred and eighty-three feet; thence south 58° 00' west six hundred and thirteen and five tenths feet to a point which is north 16° 55' west one thousand four hundred and eighty-six feet distant from the southwest corner of San Joaquin County survey number one thousand five hundred and one; thence south 81° 50' west eight hundred and eight feet; thence south 74° 10' west three hundred and twenty-eight and five tenths feet; thence north 73° 30' west six hundred and twenty-seven feet; thence south 75° 25' west one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine feet to a point which is north

17° 00' west three thousand six hundred and thirty-three feet from the southwest corner of San Joaquin County survey number one thousand one hundred and sixty-seven; thence south 75° 25' west seven hundred and fourteen feet; thence south 84° 30' west seven hundred feet; thence north 82° 40' west four hundred and eighty feet; thence south 76° 00' west four hun. dred and sixty-four feet; thence south 43° 10' west four hundred and six feet; thence south 48° 10' west three hundred and four feet; thence south 19° 45' west eight hundred and one and five tenths feet; thence south 19° 45' west one hundred and ninety-eight and five tenths feet; thence south 28° 10' west four hundred and one feet; thence south 28° 10' west five hundred and ninety-one feet; thence south 28° 10' west eight feet; thence south 48° 10' west four hundred and seventy-six feet to the east line of the Lower Sacramento Road; thence south 48° 10' west to the west line of the Lower Sacramento Road and a point which is south 17° 00' east two thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine feet distant from the southeast corner of San Joaquin County survey number nine hundred and ninety-seven; thence south 48° 10' west one thousand seven hundred and ninety feet; thence south 40° 00' west two hundred and sixty-five feet; thence south 71° 35' west five hundred and fifty feet; thence south 57° 00' west two hundred and eighty-three feet; thence south 69° 35' west two hundred feet; thence north 71°, 00' west two hundred and forty feet; thence north 43° 40' west three hundred and twenty-nine feet; thence north 48° 25' west three hundred and ten feet; thence north 75° 56' west four hundred and one feet; thence north 83° 30' west two hundred and eighteen feet; thence south 88° 00' west two hun. dred and two feet; thence north 68° 25' west one hundred and eighty-seven feet; thence north 77° 50' west nine hundred and twenty-five and five tenths feet; thence south 67° 35' west seven hundred and forty feet to a point from which a four-inch gas pipe mentioned in an agreement between J. C. Smith and Elizabeth Barnhart, recorded on January thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, in the office of the county recorder of San Joaquin County in book “A," volume ninety-eight of deeds, at page three hundred and eight, San Joaquin County records, is south 39° 00'east twenty-nine and five tenths feet distant; thence south 67° 35' west eight hundred and five feet; thence north 86° 45' west seven hundred and six feet; thence south 67° 15' west five hundred and six feet; thence south 89° 10' west nine hun. dred and fifty-five feet; thence south 63° 05' west seven hundred and sixtyone feet; thence south 42° 20' west one thousand eight hundred and fortyfive feet to a point from which a four-inch gas pipe referred to in sait agreement is north 48° 50' west forty-three feet distant; thence north 48° 50' west to the south or left bank of the Calaveras River; thence down stream along the south or left bank of said Calaveras River to the right bank of the San Joaquin River, and together therewith the right to place excavations on the levee now upon the south or left side of said Calaveras River.

2. The easterly and northerly or right line.

Commencing at a point on the south side of the Stockton and Copperopolis Road westerly three hundred and sixty-one feet from the point of intersection of the south line of said road with the quarter-section line between the east half and the west half of section seventy-six of C. M. Weber's Grant

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“El Rancho del Campo de Los Franceses” and run thence north 73° 00 east two hundred and sixty-one feet along the south line of said road; thence south 57° 00' east one thousand one hundred and fifty feet to the center of Mormon Channel; thence south 57° east one thousand one hundred and fifty feet to the south bank of Mormon Channel which is the point of commencement; from such point of commencement run north 57° 00' west to the center of Mormon Channel; thence north 57° 00' west one thousant one hundred and fifty feet to the south line of the said road; thence on the same course to the north line of said road; thence on the same course two thousand nine hundred and nineteen feet to a point north 73° 00' east two hundred and twenty-six feet from the northwest corner of section seventy-six; thence north 57° 00' west two thousand six hundred and nine feet; thence north 61° 45' west two hundred and ninety-four feet to the south line of the right of way of the Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad; thence on same course to the north line of said right of way of said railroad; thence on same course one thousand feet; thence on same course five thousand two hundred and fifty-eight feet; thence on same course one thousand seven hundred and forty-nine feet; thence on same course one hundred and seventy-six feet; thence on same course one thousand two hundred and eighty-one feet; thence on same course two thousand four hundred and six feet; thence on same course fifty-six feet to the south line of the Cherokee Lane Road; thence on same course one thousand five hundred and ninety feet to a point which is north 17° 00' west two hundred and thirtyseven feet from the northeast corner of San Joaquin County survey number two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five; thence on the same course two thousand three hundred and twenty-seven feet to a point which is north 73° 00' east two hundred and eighty-one and seven tenths feet distant from the point of intersection of the north line of San Joaquin County survey number two thousand eight hundred and seventy-three with the west line of that portion of San Joaquin County survey number one thousand three hundred and forty-five which lies in section forty-one of said grant; thence north 61° 45' west four hundred feet; thence on same course two thousand three hundred and ninety-seven feet; thence on same course fifty feet; thence north 75° 10' west three hundred and ninety-five feet; thence south 85° 00' west four hundred and forty-nine feet; thence south 58° 00' west two hundred and fifteen feet; thence south 58° 00' west four hundred and twentyone feet; thence south 81° 50' west seven hundred and twenty-seven feet; thence south 74° 10' west two hundred and fifty-five feet to the east line of Cooper's or West's Lane; thence north 73° 30' west six hundred and thirty feet; thence south 75° 25' west two thousand one hundred and fifty feet; thence south 75° 25' west four hundred and seventy-five feet; thence south 84° 30' west six hundred and twenty-three feet; thence north 82° 40' west five hundred and eleven and five tenths feet; thence south 76° 00' west six hundred and forty feet; thence south 48° 10' west nine hundre! and ten and five tenths feet; thence south 19° 45' west one thousand anil seventy-two feet; thence south 28° 10' west nine hundred feet; thence south 48° 10' west three hundred and fifty-four feet to the west line of the Lower Sacramento Road, which point of intersection is south 17° 00' east two thou

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