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thirty-sixth assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twentieth senatorial district.

21. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the thirty-seventh and thiriy-eighth assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-first senatorial district.

22. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the fortieth and forty-first assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-second senatorial district.

23. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the thiriy-first and thirtyninth assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-third senatorial district.

24. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the forty-second and fortythird assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-fourth senatorial district.

25. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the forty-fourth and fortyfifth assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-fifth senatorial district.

26. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprised within the boundaries of the forty-eighth and forty-ninth as. sembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-sixth senatorial district.

27. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprised within the boundaries of the fiftieth and fifty-first assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constitute the twenty-seventh senatorial district

28. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprised within the forty-sixth and forty-seventh assembly districts, as fixed and described in this act, shall constiute the twentyeighth senatorial district.

29. The counties of San Mateo and Santa Cruz shall constie tute the twenty-ninth senatorial district.

30. All that portion of Santa Clara County not included in the thirty-tirst senatorial district shall constitute the thirtieth senatorial district.

31. Ul that portion of Santa Clara County comprising the townships of Redwood, Almaden, Gilroy, and Burnett, and the third ward in the city of San José, and all of the township of San José outside of the city of San José, except the precincts of Berryessa and Orchard, as now consumuted, shall constitute the thirty-first senatorial district.

32. The counties of Inyo and Tulare shall constitute the thirty-second senatorial district.

33. The counties of San Benito and Monterey shall constitute the thirty-third senatorial district.

34. The counties of San Luis Obispo and Kern shall constitute the thirty-fourth senatorial district.

35. The counties of Santa Barbara and Ventura shall constitute the thirty-fifth senatorial district.

36. All thai portion of the county of Los Angeles included in

and comprising the following townships and election precincts: Antelope, Fairmount, Soledad, Los Angeles, Pasadena, South Pasadena, El Monte and San Gabriel townships, and all that part of the city of Los Angeles included in and comprising the following election precincts: Numbers one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, and cighteen, - 'shall conconstitute the thirty-sixth senatorial district.

37. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included in and comprising the following election precincts: All that portion of the city of Los Angeles included in and comprising the following election precincts: Nineteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twentysix, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty, thirtyone, thirty-two, thirty-three, thirty-four, thirty-five, thirty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-cight, thirty-nine, forty, forty-one, fortytwo, forty-three, forty-four, forty-fivé, forty-six, and fortyseven, – shall constitute the thirty-seventh senatorial district.

38. All that portion of the county of Los Angeles included in and comprising the following townships: San José, Azusa, Rowland, Los Nietos, San Antonio, Downey, Long Beach, Wilmington, Catalina, Chautauqua, Santa Monica, Calabassas, San Fernando, Compton, Ballona, and Cahuenga, – shall constitute the thirty-eighth senatorial district.

29. The counties of San Bernardino and Orange shall constitute the thirty-ninth senatorial district.

40. The county of San Diego shall constitute the fortieth senatorial district.

Sec. 4. At the general election in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, there shall be elected twenty senators from the above named and constituted odd-numbered districts, who shall hold office for four years. Twenty senators shall be elected from said odd-numbered districts every four years thereafter. The senators elected in the even-numbered districts fixed by the act of March cighth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, at the general election in eighteen hundred and ninety, shall continue in office for four years from and aiter twelve o'clock, noon, on the first Monday aíter the first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninety-one. At the general election in eighteen hundred and ninety-four, twenty senators shall be elected from the herein before named and constituted eren-numbered districts, who shall hold office for four years, Twenty senators shall be elected, and every four years there. aiter, from said herein before constituted even-numbered districts

SEC, 5. Neither boards of supervisors, municipal authori. ties, nor any other officer or officers, shall have the power to alter the boundaries of any township, ward, election precinet, or other local subdivision of any county, city, city and county, or town, so as to change the boundaries of any senatorial or assembly district as constituted and defined in this act.

SEC. 6. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

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117. An act to divide the state of California into congressional

districts. (Approved March 11, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 84.] SECTION 1. For the purpose of electing representatives in Congress, this state is hereby divided into seven congressional districts, as follows:

1. The counties of Del Norte, Siskiyou, Modoc, Humboldt, Trinity, Shasta, Lassen, Teiama, Plumas, Sierra, Mendocino, Sonoma, Napa, and Marin shall comprise the first congres sional district.

2. The counties of Butte, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Mono, Inyo, Alpine, Tuolumne, Mariposa, San Joaquin, and Sacramento shall comprise the second congressional district.

3. The counties of Colusa, Yolo, Lake, Solano, Contra Costa, and Alameda shall comprise the third congressional district,

4. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commencing at a point of intersection of the center of Leavenworth Street and the bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Leavenworth to Broadway, Broadway to Hyde, Hyde to Sacramento, Sacramento to Van Ness Avenue, Van Ness Avenue to Market, Market to Eleventh, Eleventh to Harrison, Harrison to junction of Napa and Twentieth; thence along Twentieth to Howard, Howard to Army, Army to Precita Avenue, Precita Avenue to Colusa, Colusa to San Bruno Rond or Avenue; thence along San Bruno Road or Avenue to the boundary line dividing the counties of San Mateo and San Francisco; thence along said boundary line to the bay of San Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to Leavenworth Street, the place of beginning, with all the islands in the bay of San Francisco within the boundaries of the city and county of San Francisco, - shall comprise the fourth congressional district.

5. All that portion of the city and county of San Francisco not included in the fourth congressional district, with the islands known as the Farallon Islands, together with the counties of San Mateo and Santa Clara, shall comprise the fifth congressional district.

6. The counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles shall comprise the sixth congressional district.

7. The counties of Stanislaus, Merced, San Benito, Fresno, Tulare, Kern, San Bernardino, Orange, and San Diego shall comprise the seventh congressional district.

SEC. 2. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

SEC. 3. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.
220. De facto officers: 67 Cal. 182.
225. Qualifications of state senators: 96 Cal. 262.
226. Term of office: 65 Cal. 577; 96 Cal. 289.

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235. An act to submit to the people of the state of California an

amendment to section two, article four, of the constitui ion of the state of California.

(Approved February 7, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 3.) The legislature of the state of California, at its twenty-ninth session, commencing on the fifth day of January, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, two thirds of all the members elected to each house of said 'legislature voting in favor thereof, hereby proposes that section two of article four (legislative department) of the constitution of the state of California be amended so as to read as follows:

ARTICLE IV. SECTION 2. The sessions of the legislature shall commence at twelve o'clock, M., on the first Monday after the first day of January next succeeding the election of its members, and shall be biennial, unless the governor shall in the interim convene the legislature by proclamation. No pay shall be allowed to members for a longer period than one hundred days, and no bill shall be introduced in either house after the expiration of sixty days from the commencement of each session without the consent of two thirds of the members thereof.

This amendment was not ratified at the election held in November, 1892, when it was submitted to the people.

245. Employees of the senate. The officers and employees of the senate consist of a president, president pro tem., one secretary, two assistant secretaries, one sergeant-at-arms, one assistant sergeant-at-arms, one minute clerk, one journal clerk, one enrolling clerk, one engrossing clerk, three pages, three porters, and one postmaster and one assistant postmaster, and such other officers and employees as may be deemed by the senate necessary for the transaction of the business of the sen. ate. (Amendment approved January 7, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 1; in effect immediately.)

246. Employees of the assembly. The officers and employees of the assembly consist of a speaker, speaker pro tem., one chief clerk, two assistant clerks, one sergeant. at-arms, one assistant sergeant-at-arms, one minute clerk, one journal clerk, one enrolling clerk, one engrossing clerk, four porters, four pages, and one postmaster and one assistant postmaster, and such other officers and employees as may be deemed by the assembly necessary for the transaction of the business of the assembly. [Amend. ment approved January 27, 1891; Stats. 1891, p. 2; in effect immediately.]

erly along said last-named line to the point of beginning, shall constitute the forty-ninth assembly district.

50. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprising that portion of the city of Oakland bounded as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the northern boundary line of said city with Adeline Street, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Adeline to Twelith, Twelith to Jefferson, Jefferson to Tenth, Tenth to Broadway, Broadway to Twentieth, or Delger, Street, and thence along the continuation of said Twentieth Street to its intersection with the old charter line in the northwesterly arm of Lake Merritt; thence northerly along the old charter line, following the meanderings of Cemetery Creek, to the new charter line, or Logan Street, and thence to the place of beginning, - shall constitute the fiftieth assembly district.

51. All that portion of the county of Alameda comprising all of Oakland township outside the city of Oakland and not included in the forty-ninth assembly district, also that portion of Alameda County comprising the annexed districi (so called) and lying east of the old charter line of the city of Oekland as said line follows the center line of Cemetery Creek and into the north westerly arm of Lake Merritt, north of said charter line as said line extends into the northeasterly arm of Lake Merritt, and north and east of the dividing line between Oakland and Brooklyn townships, including, also, all that portion of the city of Oakland bounded as follows: Beginning at a point in the northeasterly arm of Lake Merritt where the old charter line is intersected by Twentieth Street extended thence along the center line of the following named streets: Twentieth to Broadway, Broad way to Thiricenth, Thirteenth to its point of intersection with the line dividing Oakland and Brooklyn townships, thence southerly along said line to its intersection with the charter line of the city of Oakland. thence casterly along said charter line to its intersection with the said charter line at Park Street, thence northerly along said charter line to Millbury Street, thence along said street and its extension to the boundary line between Oakland and Brooklyn townships, thence south westerly and westerly along the old charter line to the place of beginning, comprising all the seventh ward and a portion of the fifth ward of the city of Oakland, - shall constitute the fifty-first assembly district.

52. The county of San Mateo shall constitute the fifty-second assembly district.

53. The county of Santa Cruz shall constitute the fifty-third assembly district.

51. All that portion of the county of Santa Clara comprising the precincts of Agnews, Campbells, Jefferson, the town of Mountain View, Moreland, the town of Mayfield, the fourth ward of the city of San José, l'niversity, Willow Glen, Cupertino, and the town of Santa Clara shall constitute the fiftyfourth assembly district,

55. All that portion of the county of Santa Clara comprising the first, second, and third wards of the city of San José, and

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