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Be it resolved by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, That same. our Senators and Representatives in Congress be and they are hereby requested to give their active support to said bills, or to others having the same object in view, and to use their best endeavors in cooperation with the agent of this State, and in support of his efforts, to thus secure to the State the amounts by her expended, as aforesaid; be it further

Resolved, That a copy of the above preamble and resolution be sent, by the Governor of this State, to our Senators and Representatives in Congress, and to our State agent.

CHAPTER XIX.

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 8, relative to the forfeiture

of unearned railroad lands.

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[Adopted March 9, 1885.]

Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, That our Forfeiture of Representatives in Congress be requested and our Senators laud grants. instructed to use all honorable means to secure the passage of a bill, extending the time two years from the passage of the same, for the completion of the California and Oregon Railroad to the boundary line between California and Oregon, and to make connection with the Oregon and California Railroad, so as to form a through continuous line to Portland, Oregon, and providing that if, at the expiration of said term of two years, any part of either of said railroad shall not be completed, then all lands unearned by either of said roads, and lying opposite such uncompleted portions, shall be forfeited, and shall revert to the United States, without further legislation by Congress.

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CHAPTER XX.

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1, authorizing and directing the

publication and disposal of the reports and maps prepared by the State Engineer.

[Adopted March 9, 1885.]

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Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, That an To print edition, not to exceed three thousand copies, of the final final report report of the State Engineer, on the Problems of Irrigation, as Engineer. outlined in the report of progress, made to this Legislature, for the years eighteen hundred and eighty-three-eighty-four, together with the maps and diagrams accompanying the same, be printed and published under the joint direction of the Governor, the Superintendent of State Printing, and the State Engineer, and in good, substantial, useful, and salable style, as by them to be determined. Resolved, That these works shall be disposed of as follows:

How distributed.

Five hundred copies to be distributed gratuitously, under the direction of the Governor, to free libraries, State institutions, and in exchanges with foreign societies and institutions and notable persons; two thousand five hundred copies to be delivered to the Secretary of State, to be by him kept on sale at prices to be fixed by the Governor, at amounts about twenty-five per cent advance on cost of publication.

Resolved, That all moneys received from said sales shall be duly and separately accounted for, and immediately be paid into the State Treasury, to the credit of the General Fund.

Resolved, That a short abstract of the full report may be prepared, printed, and distributed gratuitously throughout the country, for the purpose of placing the main points of the work before the public, and as an advertisement of the work itself on sale.

CHAPTER XXI.

Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 18, relative to the direct war

tax assessed to and levied upon the several States under the Act of Congress, approved August 5, 1861.

[Adopted March 7, 1885.)

WHEREAS, The Congress of the United States has now pend

ing before it a bill to adjust the direct war tax as levied upon the several States and Territories, and the District of Columbia, under the Act of Congress, approved August fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, the passage of which by Congress was on June fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, favorably recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury, Hon. Charles J. Folger, and on May second, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, by the First Comptroller of the Treasury, Hon. William Lawrence; therefore, be it

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Resolved by the Senate of the State of California, the Assentax claims.at bly concurring, That our Senators in Congress be instructed

and our Representatives be requested to use every proper effort within their power to have said measure now so pend. ing enacted into a law.

Resolved, That the Governor of this State be requested to forward to our Senators and Representatives in Congress a copy of this resolution, properly attested under seal by the Secretary of State.

INDEX

ARRANGEMENT OF VOLUME.

1-LAWS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH (EXTRA) SESSION.--

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INDEX.

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PAGE.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT—Validating, certificate of; formation chambers of commerce, etc.- 55
ACTIONS—When may be dismissed...

76
ADJUTANT-GENERAL-Appropriation salary -

82
Appropriation salary Assistant.

82
Appropriation for Porter, and contingent expenses.

83
Appropriation traveling expenses...

83
Appropriation care of State Armory and transportation of arms.

83
On staff of Commander-in-Chief

103
On Board of Military Auditors.

105
Secretary of Board of Military Auditors

105
ADVERTISING, OFFICIAL-Appropriation for.

85
Deficiency appropriation thirty-second year

72
Deficiency appropriation thirty-sixth year.

124
ADULT BLIND HOME-Appropriation for.

18
Site to be selected for..

19
Contract for building-

19
Salaries of officers

19
Claims against, how approved.

19
Admission of applicants..

19
Who are Directors.

19
Superintendent, duties

22
AGREEMENT–To sell real property affected by lis pendens in action upon official bond-- 130
AGRICULTURE—College of, appropriation for..

87
District Boards, to report --

39
Organization of Boards and vacancy in office.

39
Formation of Districts Nos. 8 and 17.

126
Appropriation for Districts Nos. 8 and 17.

126
Appropriation for State aid to-------

87
State Society, appropriation --

87
Department of University, deficiency appropriation for special investigations thirty-

70
ALPINE COUNTY-Part of Agricultural District No. 8.

126
AMADOR COUNTY-Part of Agricultural District No. 8.

126
AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION--Railroad taxation proposed.

27
AMENDMENT—In forcible entry and detainer cases, of complaint to conform to proof.. 102
Continuance not granted on account of..

102
ANALYST, STATE-Appointed by Governor..

43
Duty to analyze minerals, food, etc.-

44
Report to State Board of Health

44
Who may submit articles for analysis to-

44
Effect of certificate of...

45
ANDREWS, A.- Appropriation, as Commissioner at New Orleans---

2
APPROPRIATIONS FOR—Support of institutions not to be used for improvements. 88
Expenditures not to exceed..

89
Agricultural, State Society, aid.

87
Agricultural, district societies, aid

87
Agricultural Districts, Nos. 8 and 17.

126
Agricultural Department University, deficiency for special investigation, thirty-fifth
year

70
Adult Blind Home, support.-

18
Advertising, official, deficiency Sacramento Publishing Company, thirty-sixth year. 65
Advertising, official, deficiency for thirty-second year

72
Advertising, official, deficiency for thirty-sixth year..

124
Armory, care of..

83
Arms, transportation of..

83
Armstrong & Patridge, Trustees for creditors of M. Miles—to pay

79

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