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Section 1917—Staff of Commander-in-Chief----

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Section 1929—Reasons for discharge of enlisted soldier, National Guard.

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Section 1962—Number of companies in National Guard .-

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Section 1974–Examining Board National Guard—how designated-officers to appear before
for examination

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Section 2007—Staff of Brigadier-General

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Section 2018– Parade of National Guard

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Section 2022—Expenses of Encampment of National Guard. Cadets may be attached to
company, and allowance

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Section 2026—Monthly drills of National Guard.

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Section 2027—Repealed

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Section 2093–Military Auditors, who constitute Board

105
Section 2094-Allowance annually to National Guard..

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Section 2349 — Navigable streams declared.-

220
Section 2642—Supervisors to appoint Road Overseers..

94
Section 3084—(New section.) Permit for burial of dead body not granted without certifi-
cate of death

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Section 3197—Trademark to be filed with Secretary of State

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Section 3199—Ownership of trademark, how transferred..

94
Section 3495—Sale of State school lands. Limit of acres to be sold to one applicant. 207
Section 3498—Applications to and approval of purchase of school lands. Unapproved
application void

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Section 3500—School lands. False statement in affidavit, perjury defeats application,
timber lands sold for cash..

208
Section 3643-Ferryboats assessed in two counties

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Section 3644—Registered vessels, where assessed

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Section 3713–State Board of Equalization to fix rate of taxation.

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Section 3780-Redemption of property sold for taxes.--

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Section 3785--Tax deed by Tax Collector, notice to owner of application for deed by pur-
chaser

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Section 3788—-Deed by Tax Collector conveys title, State lands sold for taxes, subject to
reëntry, former owners preferred purchasers.--

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Section 3824—Excess of taxes collected to be repaid by County Treasurer.

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REPORT.

STATE OF CALIFORNIA, TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

SACRAMENTO, June 30, 1884.

To his Excellency Governor GEORGE STONEMAN:

Sir: In compliance with section three hundred and thirty-two, Political Code of the State, I have the honor to submit the following report of the transactions of this department for the thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth fiscal years, ending June 30, 1884:

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First-Receipts from County Treasurers.
Second-Receipts from other sources.
Third-Disbursements.
Fourth-Transactions in each Fund.
Fifth-Recapitulation-balance in each Fund.
Sixth-Transactions in State bonds.
Seventh-Bonds held in trust for School Fund.
Eighth-Bonds held in trust for University Fund.
Ninth-Bonds held in trust for Relief of Jas. Saultry Fund.
Tenth-State debt, and kind of money in the Treasury.
Eleventh-Interest and coupon account.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

WM. A. JANUARY,

State Treasurer.

RECEIPTS INTO THE STATE TREASURY.

RECEIPTS.

Thirty-fourth
Fiscal Year.

Thirty-fifth
Fiscal Year.

Total.

FROM COUNTY TREASURERS.
Alameda
Alpine
Amador
Butte.
Calaveras
Colusa
Contra Costa
Del Norte
El Dorado.
Fresno..
Humboldt
Inyo.
Kern
Lake
Lassen.
Los Angeles
Marin
Mariposa
Mendocino
Merced
Modoc.
Mono
Monterey
Napa .
Nevada
Placer
Plumas
Sacramento
San Benito.
San Bernardino..
San Diego.
San Francisco
San Joaquin
San Luis Obispo
San Mateo
Santa Barbara.
Santa Clara
Santa Cruz.
Shasta
Sierra
Siskiyou
Solano.
Sonoma.
Stanislaus.
Sutter
Tehama
Trinity
Tulare
Tuolumne
Ventura
Yolo.
Yuba.

$265,270 09

2,222 37
19.006 31
88,344 31
21.217 84
106,996 31
50,644 72

8,265 35
23,243 24
58,653 30
55,549 75

8,802 62
52,704 15
17,894 44
10,012 70
131,131 94
45,974 47
12,670 36
68,256 49
40,989 39
12,298 10
20,196 06
49,363 77
60,320 40
47,437 58
32,593 35
16,050 74
143,352 13
24,103 27
34,670 26

65,864 64
1,131,071 08
167,521 35
39,950 90
53,048 25
44,468 60
156,025 89
39,890 27
19,658 69
13,329 30
31,842 92
66,332 56
118,812 60
68,399 34
35,717 38
44,668 22

9,401 26
51,508 96
12,236 77
20,281 65
88,349 34
25,635 17

$286,067 85

1,269 81
16,344 42
70,498 18
16,526 24
87,441 34
54,922 72

6,892 42
22,255 23
53,345 01
68,801 55

8,289 42
28,619 79
20,239 54

8,897 71
140,234 54
41,635 21

9.016 90
51,601 16
41,775 85
11,601 59
12,939 25
55,540 90
57,826 70
42,619 09
33,401 51

9,856 70
136,609 63
24,626 81
37,932 64

26,737 49
1,420,232 35
176,814 88
42,450 02
48,307 00
37,073 19
161,744 09
35,768 93
17,866 92
11,007 00
22,762 16
75,193 83
110,997 39
70,335 15
27,228 47
43,435 85

7,184 44
46,252 97
13,177 85
18,135 07
79,859 95
22,587 72

$551,337 94

3,492 18
35,350 73
158,842 49

37,744 08
194,437 65
105,567 44

15,157 77
45.498 47
111,998 31
124,351 30
17,092 04
81,323 94
38,133 98
18.910 41
271,366 48
87,609 68
21,687 26
119,857 65
82,765 24
23,899 69
33,135 31
104,904 67
118,147 10
90,056 67
65,994 86
25.907 44
279,961 76
48,730 08
72,602 90

92,602 13
2,551,303 43
344,336 23

82,400 92
101,356 01

81,541 79
317,769 98
75,659 20
37,525 61
24,336 30
54,605 08
141,526 39
229,809 99
138,734 49
62,945 85
88,104 07
16,585 70
97,761 93
25,414 62
38,416 72
168,209 29
48,223 19

Totals, carried forward

$3,832,251 25 $3,972,783 19

$7,805,034 44

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