The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 22, 1908 · Page 11
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Bakersfield, California
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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIPORNIAN. LEGAL. warrants, duly drawn for that purpose. Sec. 4. When the bonds authorized to be issued under this act shall be duly executed, they shall be by the state treasurer sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, In such parcels and numbers as said treasurer shall be directed by the governor of the state, under seal thereof, after a resolution requesting such sale shall have been adopted by the board of state harbor commissioners; but said treasurer must reject any and all bids for said bonds, or for any of them, which shall be below the par value of said bonds so offered; 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. Due notice of the time and place of sale of all bonds must be given by said treasurer by publication in two newspapers published in 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 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 cost of such publication shall be paid out of the San Francisco harbor improvement fund, on controller's, warrant's duly drawn for that purpose. The proceeds of the sale of such bonds shall be forthwith paid over by said treasurer unto the treasury, and must be by him kept In a separate fund to be known and deslg- nlted as the "India Basin Fund." and must be used exclusively for the acquisition area described In the act referred to In 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. 6. For the payment, of the principal and interest of said bonds a sinking fund, to be known and designated as the "India Basin Sinking Fund,' shall be, and the same Is hereby created, as follows, to wit: The state treasurer shall, on the first day of each and every month, after the sale of said bonds, take from the San Francisco harbor Improvement fund such sum as, multiplied by the time the bonds then sold and outstanding have to run, will equal the principal of the bonds sold and oustanding at the time said treasurer shall so take said sum from said San Francisco harbor Improvement fund, less the amount theretofore taken therefrom for said purpose; and he.shall place the sum in the India basin 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 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 he must keep always on hand a sufficient amount of money in said sinking fund with which to pay the interest on such of the slate bonds heroin provided to be Issued as may have theretofore been sold. And to provide means for the payment of LEGAL. LEGAL. LEGAL. of said bonds on controller's warrants, duly drawn for that purpose."— Amendment approved November 23, A. D. 1907. Sec. 6. The state controller nnd state treasurer shall keep full and 5. One member of the Assembly in nnd for the Sixty-sixth Assembly District of the State of California. 0. One member of the Board Henry A. Wallace, W. J. be held at Goler particular account and record of all ,,f Hnnorvimn-q in «ni1 for the First I their proceedings under this act, and." 1 !M1111 . 1 % 1! ?° s .'." " ! . ul 1( i rt , rT they shnll transmit to the governor '. Supervw>nal District of the Coun- an abstract of all such proceedings' t v of Kern. thereunder, with an annual report, to I 7 Q. ]C mpm u er o f the Board be by the governor laid before the log-) /' "»«• .«»«"»" 01 ine »u»ru Islnture biennially; and all books nnd | of Supervisors in tiud for the papers pertaining to the matter pro- Fourth Supervisorial District 01 vlded for In this act shnir at all times be open to the inspection 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. 7. It shnll be the duty of the Clerks: James. Election must Wells building. San Emlgdlo Precinct. Judges: W. S. Delk, J. S. Douglas. Inspectors: Ramon Feliz, John Grant. Ballot Clerks: J. E. Collins, Quad- aloupe Cordova. Clerks: Thos. Desmond, Fernando Salceilo. thn County of Kern. 8. One member ol the floard oev.. I. 11 tiiiuu uu uie tuny ui me i state treasurer to pay the interest of etl .... said bonds, when the same falls due, out of the sinking fund provided for in this act, on controller's warrants, duly drawn for that purpose. Sec. 8. Ttils act, if adopted by the people, shall take effect on the thirty- first day of December, A. D. nineteen hundred and eight 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 as to said excepted provisions this act shall take effect Immediately. Sec. 9. This act shall be submitted to the people of the state of California for their ratification at,the next general election, to be holden in the month of November, A. D. nineteen hundred and eight, and all ballots at said election shall have printed thereon and at the end thereof, the words, "For the India Basin Act," and in a separate line under the same words, "Against the India Basin Act," and opposite said lines there 'shall be left spaces In which the voters may make or stamp a cross to indicate whether they vote for or against the said act, and those voting for said act, shall do so by placing a cross opposite words, "For the India Basin Act," and all those voting against the said act, shall do so by placing a cross opposite the words, "Against the India Basin 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. Sec. 10. The votes cast for or against this act shall be counted, returned and canvassed and declared in the same manner and subject'to the same rules as votes cast 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 said election as aforesaid, then the same shall have effect as hereinbefore provided, and shall be irrepealable until the principal and interest of the liabilities herein created shall be paid and discharged, and the governor shall make proclamation thereof; but if a majority of the votes cast as aforesaid are against this act then the same shall be and become void. "Sec. lOVfe. H shall be the duty of the secretary of state to have this ac^t published In at least one newspaer Jn 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, A. D. nine- of Supervisors in nnd for the Fifth Supervisorial District of the County of Kern. And it is hereby further ordcr- the following* named per- and the same are hereby Elprtion must be EtneOio ranch house. Mojave Precinct. Judges: J. M. Dake, H. Inspectors: J held at San Clark. J. Kinch. S. R. interest on the bonds that may be I teen hundred and eight, the costs of! sold anil outstanding, said treasurer shall monthly take from the San Francisco harbor improvement fund, and pay into said India basin sinking fund, an amount equal to the monthly interest then due on all bonds then sold, delivered and outstanding. The board of state harbor commissioners are hereby authorized and directed by the collection of dockage, tolls, rents, wharfage and cranage to collect a sum of money sufficient for the purposes "of this act., over and above the 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 niiuneen Hundred an.t eighteen an! between the fit-si and tenth day of November, 1 of each yeur thereafter until the ma-! turity of'said bonds, the sal 1 treasurer. shall, in the presence of tin governor, proceed to drawby lots such an amount ui' bonds as shall be requisite to exhaust as nearly as may bo the amount in said sinking fund 1 at that time, and shall thereupon and before the tenth day of December following, give notice by public advertisement to be Inserted twice a week for two weeks in two newspapers published in the city and county of San Francisco, and also in one newspaper published in the city of Oakland, and also In one newspaper published in the city of l.os Angeles and also in one newspaper published in the city of Sacramento, stating the number of bonds so drawn nnd that the principal of said bonds will be paid on presentation to the, treasurer on or before the second day of January following, that from and after such lust named date, all interest upon bonds thus drawn shall cense, and it shall be the duty of the treasurer as soon us said bonds so drawn by lot are surrendered to him and paid to cancel thci same, and the interest coupons thereon, nnd each year beginning with fun year nineteen hundred and eighteen, the said treasurer shall, in the manner aforesaid, proceed to draw by lot such an amount of bonds as shall lie requisite to exhaust as nearly as may be the amount In said sinking fend, and proceed in the manner here- inahove stated. After the payment of all said bonds, the surplus or balance remaining in said sinking fund, if any there be, shall forthwith be paid into the San Francisco hurbor improvement fund. At the time of the respective drawings by lot, as aforesaid, and also at tin' maturity of said slate bonds, said treasurer shall sell the I'nlted Suite:-; or other bonds then in raid sinking fund, at governing market rates, after advertising the sale theie- of In the manner hereinbefore, provided for tfi<' sfile of bonds hereby an- 1 thorl/.ed to be issuf'd, and shall use-j the proceeds for the payment of such' bonds as may be drawn by lot, and at the maturity of said bonds outstanding shall pay and redeem said matured outstanding bonds out of said moneys in said fund In extinguishment publication shall be paid out of the San Francisco harbor improvement fund, on controller's warrants duly drawn for that purpose."—Amendment approved November 23, A. D. H»07. Sec. II. This act. may be known nnd cited as the Indin Basin Act." Sec. 12. All nets nnd parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. And I hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars for the arrest and conviction of any and every person violating- any of the provisions of Title IV, Part 1, of the Penal Code of the State of California; such rewards to be paid until the total amount bere- i after expended for the purpose reaches I the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1, .1. N. G1LLETT, as Governor ol the State of California, have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of said State to be affixed at the City '.if FiKTainento, this thirteenth day of September, A. D. 1008. (Seal) ..'. N. GILLETT, Governor of the State of California. Attest: C. F. CURRY, Secretary of State. sons . __ r t . appointed as members of the Board of Election in the respective election precincts of the County of Kern, as indicated, and that the polling places mentioned below be and the same are hereby designated as the places or houses within each of said precincts where the said election shall be held, viz: Hot Spring* Precinct. Judges: Char. H. Heldman, Frank A. Howard. Inspectors: Edgar L. Allison, Wm. D. Murry. Ballot Clerks: Ed Vaughn, 0. W. Meyers. Clerks: E. L. King, .Tohn Nelil. Election must be held at Hot Springs House. Weidon Precinct. Judges: Thos. S. Smith, Henry B. True. Inspectors: John Nlcholls, Wm. F. Powers. Ballot Clerks: Robert Scybert, C. M, Vrooman. Clerks: Robert Nelll, LeRoy Rankin. Election must be held at Weidon store. Kernvllle Precinct. Judges: James Elliott, Clarence Pascoe. Inspectors: Robt."Christian, J. W. H. Simmons. Ballot Clerks: F. S. Fugltt, O. P. Runyon. Clerks: Robt. Palmer, W. B. Tibbets. Election must be held at Petersen's hall, Main street, Kernville. Havllah precinct. Judges: Gus Miller, W. H. Wilson. Inspectors: S. P. Allen, Jake Est- llnbaum. - Ballot Clerks: W. W. Waters Jno. Hays. Clerks: Wm. Woods, Chas. Rankin. Election must be held in the Houser building, Haviiah. Walkers Basl n Precinct. Judges: Peter McGuirk, Walker Rankin, Sr. Inspectors: Jacob W. Binninger, Wm. H. Johns. Ballot Clerks: N-. J, Williams, Jesse Rankin. Clerks: J. C. Walser, Dave Cuddeback. Election must be held at Walkers Basin school house. Callente Precinct. Judges: Jno. Ripley, C. H. Dukes. Inspectors: J. McCarthy, Sanford Richard. Ballot Clerks: A. Y. Robinson, Nester, : Dave Crlchton, Coleman, G. H. Pip- be held at Mojave Ballot Clerks Samuel Ifrystall. Clerks: H. E. pltt. Election must* school house. Rosamond Precinct. Judges: J. F. Glasgow, F. M. Hamilton. Inspectors: G. W. Kinton, J. F. McLemore. Ballot Clerks: F. Rensch. Clerks: W. H. J. C, Johnson, C. W. Davis, R. A. Stuck- Ken- Election must be held at Mrs. ton's store. Soledad Precinct. Judges: A. C. Klopproth, Thomas Short. Inspectors: A. O. Woodward, F. S. West. Ballot Clerks: E. L. Wegmann, G. H. Skelton. Clerks: G. M. McBryant, John Baker. Election must be held at Miners Hall. Gumming* Galley Precinct. Judges: J. P. Brite, Edward Cum- mlngs. | Inspectors: J JC. Cummlngs. Ballot Clerks: R. G. Hill. Clerks: E. Flckert. Election must L. Baxter, Clarence Dnniel Davenport, A. Stowell, Phillip be held at Cum- mlngs Valley school house. Rockplle Precinct. Judges: Isaac Hart, A. N. Habecker. = . Inspectors: M. F. Neumarkel, J. V. Ibcrlaln. Tirado. ] Inspectors: J. Ballott Clerks: Myron C. Hart, P. j Pryor. A. Curry. Ballot Clerks: Clerks: John O'Neil, J. A. Gelle. Election must be held at Rockplle school house. Keene Precinct. Judges: Tim Flannigan, J. P. Fargues. Insy^tors: George Strongman, C. E. Mallachowitz. Ballot Clerks: Jno. Klrkhatn, Louis F. Flckert. Moore, A. L. Wool- Electlon must school house. Kern River Precinct. Judges: D. D. Hill, J. J. Davis. Inspectors: C. A. Daugherty, Pat King. ' Hallot Clerks: Geo. E. Knowles, E. i P.Hadley. | Clerks: F. F. Walley, B. F. Masten. Election must be held at vacant I building Democrat Springs. ! Fairfax Precinct. j Judges: Oscar Clendennen, A. J. | Faust. I Inspectors: Lee Burgos, J. M. ; Akers. Ballot Clerks: W. G, James, F. J. Klncaid. Clerks: B. E. Buckles, A. O. Armstrong. Election must be held at Fairfax school house. Greenhorn Precinct. Judges: W. Welser, H. Sarrett. Inspectors: Pedro Marvls, O. F. Hansen. Ballot Clerks: V. Bernard, B. Robinson. Clerks: Walter J. Burke, B. Barbean. Election must be held at Hulskamp mine on section 3, township 27, range 31. Long Tom Precinct Judges: John Hilton, Chas. Hltcn- cock. Inspectors: August Bigot. J. D. Shirley. Ballot Clerks: J. W. Record, W. H. Engle. Clerks: Henry B. Garden, Walter Williams. Election must be held at vacant building at Granite Station. Delano Precinct. Judges: John L>. Wassen, J. R, Atherton. Inspectors: R. W. Ammons, C. H. Dorsey. Ballot Clerks: James Hamlin, T .Boone. Clerks: E. H. Ramsey, Frank Panero. Election must be held at Justice Tlmmons' office, corner H and Marl- posa streets in Delano. Sumner Precinct. Judges: J. T. Basye, Fred Cham' Harry Wiley Roberts, Justtt* Gen M. Phillip*, H. P. H. S. Merrltt, W. B W. T. White. Dom- .1. Borgwardt, W. G be held at Keeno F>,*clnct. Thos. K.-lly, Manuel Me- G. W. Pool, W. E. C forks * Chas. F. Bennett. Clerks: E. W. Kinney, P. J. O'Meara. Election must be held at Calicnte school house. Amalie Precinct. Judges: Elbert S. Jones, A. D. C. McKay. Inspectors: Wm. C. Fitch, Chas. Hart. Ballot Clerks: Clifford C. Little, Thos. P. Horden. Clerks: Ellas M. Dearborn, James E. Hamey. Election must be held at McKay's store. Piute Precinct. F. Schwartz, C. F. May. J. H. Rcbman, Chas. Clerks: J. D. sey. Election must school house. Lake Judges: Daniel. Inspectors: Spencer. Ballot Clerks: A. E. Weger. Clerks: Richard Burns, Fred Hill. Election must bo held at Miller Lux ranch house. Tehachapl Precinct. Judges: J. M. Jackley, G. W. Love- Joy. Inspectors, C. V. Barnard, P. L. Luff-argue. Ballot Clerks: Leo. Clerks: W. Spencer. ho held at Chorml- itlllo Castro. Clerks: M. Bartensteln. Election must be held at hotipe at Fred Chamberlain's near Offer's Resort. Wco.-ty Precinct .Judges: Ollle G. Wood, B'rown. Inspectors: Martin V. Brunk, V: Buntain. Ballot Clerks: J. Werringer. Clerks: P. E. Bohna, A. H. fington. Election must be held at Blake school house. Aaphalto Precinct. Judges: S. A. Hubbard, H. (!. Ball. D. Bell, D. W. Mad adobe place S. N, Jas Don O. Malthy, F 6uf John H. Kett, Knapp, & C. O. R. M. L. Phelan, If. J. Hess, held at Hodmen's Chas. J. Bowman, Burk, Ed. Cough- PROCLAMATION —OF— The Board of Supervisors, of Kern County, State of California In accordance with the proclamation of the (iovci'nor of (In- State of California, issued on the MOth day of September. A. D. 1SIOS, ciillinsr 11 general election throughout the State (if Californi to be held on Tuesday, November Urd, liios. for the purpose of clouting the following officers, namely: 1. Ten electors of President and Vii-r President of the I'niled Stair*. '2. ( hie Associate .Illstiee of the Supreme ColU't of the Slate of California for the unexpircd term. !{. One Ki'prcsi-ntativc ill Congress for the Mi^lith Congi'cN.siona) District of the State of California. 4. One Judge of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Kern. Judges: Inspectors: W. Lamont. Ballot Clerks: John B. Clifton. , Clerks: Morris ran. Election must be held at old Hudnut cabin. Kelso Precinct. Judges: Fred Butterbrcdt, Sr., John H. Scott. Inspectors: Louis Bowers, Frank lln P. Whitney. Ballot Clerks: Jno. Btitterbrcdt, Jerry Robinson. Clerks: George Albert Chanz, Beverly P. Robinson. Election must be held at Tunnel Springs. Randsburg Precinct No. 1. J. \V. Mci.eod, Fred I. Cut- Inspectors: dux. Ballot Clerks: H. M. Thompson, E. M. Brown. Clerks: K. B. Election must bo hall, McKlttrick. Adobe Precinct. Judges: Wm. D. Knight, Sam Williams. Inspectors, J. F. Beimelt, J. C. Plum- in er. Ballot Clerks: Ora Smith, Peter McCaffrey. Election umst ho held at Cliormi- clerks: Jack Fowler. Louis E. Form- cle ball. i w ,,y. Tejon Canyon Precinct. Election must, be held at .Tuck FOWJudges: JaniOH Winter, Asa Me-! 1( ,,.- K rarlc( , house. Kenzle. f „, „ „ Rosedale Precinct. Inspectors: C. W. F. Bergmnnn, Judges: Peter Heimforth, W T A I- Ellas Johnson. ' [o n . Ballot Clerks: John Vincent, D. inspectors: Robt. Rudd, S B Dew- McKenzle. ev . Clerks: Edwin Winter, D. .T. Me-j "u n \ lot cierku: Jacob Mosslnger, A. Kcnzie. a Kenfro. Election must be held at Tejon; ci ( >rks: ,j 0 hn Waters, F. W North- Canyon school house. j WIIV . Old Town Precinct. . i Election must be held at Rosedaie Judges: J. B. Brite, Wm. A. High- .school house. Inn(I - ,,,,., , Antelope Precinct. Inspectors: R. E. L. Hiclis, C. R. judges: Rob!. D. Duncan, S. B. Brite. ' Sumner. Ballot Clerks: Henry F. Wiggins,; inspector: A. A. Still, John Bakem. Roger Whalen. , Haliot Clerks— KingKloy King, AnClerks: J. J. Henderson, .lames C.'drew Imfeld. Wiggins. j Election must be held at Old Town school house. Tejon Precinct. Judges: W. H. Branch, E. S. Pool. I Inspectors: C. L. Woods, 15. P. Fees. I Ballot Clerks: Wm. Pettit, A. J. Tyndall. Clerks: J. J. Lopez, Henry A, Taylor. Election must be held at Rose Station ranch house. North Kern Precinct. .Judges: T. J. O'Boyle, Leo G. Panly. Percy Catling, Robt. L. be held at Annette W. Austin, Chas. Brldger, Albert held at Frank P. Judges: J. \V. Mci.eod, Fred I. Cut- Inspectors: A. W. Hess, .1. C. Builer. linger. Inspectors: \V. D. Moors, C. C II- Ballot Clerks: .1. B. Crandall, M. K. llngsworth. I McKenzle. Ballot Clerks: D. Gunderson, Wm. j dorks: R. J. Bower, C. L. .Cham- Atkinson, j berliiln. Clerks: James Montgomery, Clyde; Election must be held at Kern Huff el. | brary building on Baker street. Election nitist be hold at thn office :tween K and L streets. of Justice of the Peace. South Kern Precinct. Randsburg Precinct N6. 2. .fudges: R J. Marsh. C. Ritzmnn. Judges: K(! Baker, Pat Fahry. Inspectors: Jean Eyraud, T. B. Orr. Ins|iecioi>: Jack Nosser, I). .1. Me- Ballot Clerks: J. T. Stanton, O. F. Cormick. Howell. Ballot Clerks: R. P. Houser, L. J. Clerks: Montgomery. borne. Clerks: R. F. Dickinson, W. B. Election must be held I^awrence. Marlon's office, on Kern Election must be held at Pamper- tween H and I streets. in building. Linns Valley Precinct. Johannesburg Precinct. Judges: J. F. McKnmy, J, F. White Judy's: \\'a!t<-i- .). .Miicnmbrr, man. Chas. Adams. | Inspectors: F. H. Jameson, W. II. Inspectors: Howard Bland, Oscar Zdler. E. ChcpsebroiiBh. j Ballot Clerks: (luy Hughon, C. C, Ballot Clerks: Id nest L. Parker, , Wicker. Wm. P. C. R-.y Libe- W. T. Rawlings, J. L. Os- iit Justice. Street, he- Jack Harrison. Clerks: Chas. Tingle, Fntnk He Foresi. Mann. Election must be held at Johannesburg school house. Goler Precinct. Judges: N. J. Ayer, Joseph rihort. Inspectors: Osgood S. Catland, Lorenzo Glboney. Ballot Clerks: Chas. Coehn, Geo. E. Johnson. Clerks: Will La verts. Tom Fugiit. Election must be held at McKiimy's ball at (ilennvllle. Petroleum Precinct Judges: W. W. Coirn, J. M. Dye. Inspectors: H. Sangulntietti, Jesse P. Fox. Ballot Clerks: C. H. Brown, W. E, Hales. Clerks: J. H. McDonald, J. C. Flieklnger. Clerks: Kalk. Election must school house. Paleto Precinct. Judges: J. H. Abbott, C. E. Black. Inspectors: C. F. Hysung, H. W. Kllpstein. Ballot Clerks: E. A. Barnhnrt. (Merits: James Wilkes. Election must he Francis hall. Midway Precinct. Judges: Harry S. HaneH Cunningham. Inspectors: Harry Sccor, Greene. Ballot Clerks: Chas. C. Snyder, Martin .1. Spellncy. Clerks: Edwin D. Elliott, Jr., Fred O'Brien. Election must be held at Santa Fo headquarters office. Panama Precinct. .IiuUes: O. J. Stntil, Asa McKenzIn. Inspectors: ('lias. I,. Uennen, J. SI el 11. Ballot Clerks: Maurice Hi Baldwin, A. I!. Robinson. Clerk*: Dave Hlrshfeld, E. M. Anile. Election must he held at Panama .school hoilbc. Canfleld Precinct. Judges: Jasper Meyers, W. W. Fra- •/.ier. Inspectors: Horace; Freear, .1. W. Summers. Ballot Clerks: James Oarlick, K. A. Stubblcflcld. Clerks: ,1. Ji. ('anipliel. Elect ion must .school Wasco Judges: J. E. CJovcrn. Inspectors: A. Hetnour. Ballot Clerks: Ganvood. school Precinc.. Judges: tro. Inspectors: Halsey. Ballot Clerks: Richard Ward. Clerks: Harry Uobeson, Lon Wiseman. Election must be held at Poso war*- houso, Fnmoso. Marlcopa Precinct. Judges: H. E. Moshor, C. S. Green. Inspectors: G. R. Neill, Wm. Carter. Ballot Clerks, Gilbert Phelps, C. S. Tarvey. Clerks: C. S. Garflelil, Edw. Clark. Election must be held at school ouse, Marlcopn. Button Willow Precinct. Judges: M. J. Avnla, Ed Lewis. Inspectors: J. E. Klncer, George B. itlnson. Ballott Clerks: William Tracy, Sid- iey William Smith. Clerks: C. C. Lary, Chnrles W. Rowee. I) Election must be held at Station House, Button Willow. Bakersfield Precinct, No. 1. Judges: R. F. Gregory, Ed O.'Do* nell. Inspectors: G. Puehllg, Geo. Whlfr aker. Ballot Clerks: Ell May, Herman Diimble. Clerks: C. W. Curtpwller. Sydney, lowers. Eelctlon must be held In Kern Coun- y Land Company's harness shop on 20th street between G and H streets. Bakersfield Precinct No. 2. Judges: Wm. Tyler, F. S. Benson. Inspectors: J. B. Hunt, C. A. MauL Ballot Clerks: Henry Shields, Oett, Hay. Clerks: Geo. Brundage, R. B. Farnum. Election must be held In S toner'H building on Chester avenue, corner of 17th street. Bakersfield Precinct No, 3, Judges: Chas. Cohn, H. W. McCray. Inspectors: A. F. Nagle, A. R. Belt- nap. Ballot Clerks: Herbert Roberts, W. A. Smartt. Clerks: E. L. Willow, Leo Hlrsh- feld. Election must be held at engine house, on K street, corner of 20th street. Bakertfleld Precinct No. 4. Judges: Jake Walters, John Lacay. Inspectors: J. H. Redstone, T. A. Campbell. Ballot Clerks: Henry F. Fowler, Chas. N. Johnston. Clerks: W. A. Enrdley, W. W. Laidley. Election must be held at 1726 Chester avenue. White's second hand store, corner Chester avonue and 18th street. Bakersfield Precinct No. 5. Judges: J. B. Hewitt, T. A. MetcalC. Inspectors: Frank M. Reynolds, A* M. Belknap. Ballot Clerks: John Minter, Jean Duncan. Clerks: A. C. Tupman. T. E. KHp- stein. Election must bo held at frame building In rear of Tenth street school house, corner of H and 10(h streets. Bakersfield Precinct No. 6. Judges: W. H. Weema, Walter Mattson. Inspectors: John Oswald, C. Duo- lap. Hallot Clerks: Ralph Gnlfoway, C, L. Xander. Clerks: A. D. Whittemorc, James HL Baker. Election must be held at Abe Meyer's paint shop on 22nd street, at DOT- of K street. Bakersfield Precinct ,No. 7. Judges: W. L. Hill, Walter Fisher. Inspectors: Tom McCaffrey, Morgan llaiiB. ,. Ballot t Clerks: Alex Heymnn. Alois L. Gardner. Clerks, Jo P. Carroll, I. Hirnhfelcl. Election must be held at old City Hall, on Wall street, between 1 street and Chester avenue. South Bakersfield Precinct. Judges: IX R. Miller, S. W. Miilard. Inspectors: Chris MaUIey, R. T. Wllhlte. Ballot Clerk*: H. F. Banks, Wm. Wilson. Clerks: F. G. Colton, I.. A. Castro. Election must be held at H. A. Hicks' barn on Chester Avonue. Oil Precinct. .TndgoH: J. W. Heard, Geo. St. Mary. Inspectors; J. E. Roberts, It, 8. Longhead. Ballot Clerks: Dan A. Mack, John D. Jones. Clerks: W. W. Krof/.er, Polo An- trand. Election must be held at San Jos* quln warehouse. Stockdale Precinct. Judges: J. T. Taylor, J. M. Nugent Inspectors: B. F. Bedlnger, Geo. R. Burkett. Ballot Clerks: Clarence W. Clark; R. M. Dodge. Clerks: J. T. Elmore, W. H. Taylor. Election must be held at Uel!evn« ranch store liovise. Frultvale Precinct. Judges: Florence Gleanon, Dun Dunlin))!. C. Pierce, J. C. HobInspectors: C erts. Ballot Clerks: W. Wear. Clerks: .1. W. man. Election must School house. Hy order of the Board of Su OI-H of Kern County, California. H. A. JAHTKO, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of said Kern County, Thos. B. Handy, Geo* Tat inn, A. W Froe- held at Beardsloy rvi3- bt M( Cutelieii, Allan he held at Canfleld Precinct. Garvin, T. If. Me- J. McCombs, N. M. H. L. Weems, P. J. (Heal) I SENATE BILL No. 850. CHAPTER 98. An act to changa the seat of government of the State of California from the city of Sacramento to the town of Berkeley.and to tub- mlt the question of such changft to the people, and to provide regulations and provisions for such 'tub- mission. Approved March 6, 1907. The people of the State of California, represented In senate and assort)-

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