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THE BAKER8FIELD OAUFOBNIAN. 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 utate treasurer Hold at public auction •to the highest bidder for cash, in such parcels and numbers ns said treasurer Khali be directed by the governor of the state, under seal thereof, after a resolution requesting such sale shall hnve been adopted liy 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 rfny purt thereof offered, to such time and place as he may select. Due notice of the time and place of LEGAL. LEGAL. LEGAL. 5. One member of the Assembly in and for the Sixty-sixth Assembly District of the State of California. of said bonds on controller's warrants, duly drawn for that purpose."— Amendment approved November 2H, A. D. 1907. Sec. 6. The state controller and. state treasurer shall keep full and j (i. One member of the Board particular account and record of all. f Supervisors in and for the First their proceedings under this act, and 1 ., ' . . , T .. . . . ,. ., „ ,-.„.„, they shall transmit to the governor > Supervisorial Distne.t of the Coun- an abstract of all such proceedings thereunder, with an annual report, to he by the governor laid before the leg Clerks: Henry A. Wallace, W. J. be held at Goler James. Islature biennially; and all books mul papers pertaining lo the matter pro- ty of Kern. | 7. One member ' of Supervisors in of the Board mid for the Election must Wells building. San Emlgdio Precinct. Judges: W. S. Delk, J. S. Douglas. ! Inspectors: Ramon Feliz, John Grant. Hailot Clerks: J. E. Collins, Guad- a'.niipe Cordova. Clerks: Thos. Desmond, Fernando LEGAL. LEGAT.. be held at Aztec Clerks: Arthur Filben, _..~ ••""-•; — "•« ""••.' ••"•' !"..>-" «• K (ate treasurer to pay the sale of all bonds must be given by said sald bonU8i wncn the sume 0 ._ ..... , Fourth Supervisorial vided for in this act shall at all times the County of Kern, he open lo the inspection of any party interested or the governor, or tho attorney general, or a committee of either branch of the legislature, or .a , joint committee of both, or any citi- to /en of the state. Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the Interest of District of I II- held at San 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 tlie ctty of Los Angeles, and by publication In one newspaper published In the city of Sacramento, once a week Curing four weeks prior to such sale. The coat of such publication shall be MtM out of the San Francisco harbor improvement fund, on controller's warrant's duly drawn for that purpose. The proceeds of the sale of ettch bonds shall be forthwith paid aver by said treasurer unto the treats- uj7, and must be by him kept in a separate fond 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 etit of eald fu&d in the same manner as drafts and warrants are drawn upon and paid out of the San Francisco har- 8. One member ot the Hoard of Supervisors in and for the Fifth Supervisorial District of the County of Kern. And it is hereby further order-'ed that the following named per- falls due, bor Improvement fund. Sec. 5. For the payment of ihe aud . out of the sinking fund provided for in this act, on controller's warrants, duly drawn for that purpose. Sec. 8. This act, if adopted by the people, shall take effecC 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 suld act, fund, . . ,- ._. principal and Interest of said bonds a to be known and deslg- 6 "InKjla Basin Sinking b°> antf * he "an 16 's here ' ns follows, to wit; The Fund,' liy cre(K«d, ' , »'tato treasurer shall, on tfce first day «'( «ach and every month, tfKer the of said bonds, take from tbe San Improvement £und Hticb sum us, multiplied by the time bonds ttieu sold ftnd-outstand- i tt i^, ««!i ea«rt UjjUPljK 1 -. of the bonds Bold and outtiauditig the time sjvld treasurer shall so •ke said sum from said Boa FranolacO •trbor improvement fnndv law Inft amount theretofore taken therefrom for said finrp^iBc; and he shall place fte sum in the India basin sinking bv this act Said state , 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 proc- lamntion calling for said general elec- ilon. Sec. 10. The Volea cast for or aga.lnst this act shall be counted, re- TlcTflea *ml £ a !ilJLW<l and <lecl < ire<1 ln 'tM sams «iaSnT?'au r d WWeQt $ the same rules as rotefl east foi> frtate c:' fleers; and If it appear that said act ahnll 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 ^r"lfM!WW*i!- ""d 8ntt11 l)B I'TepaaJable un-^ • • . ••>- •. mi i hl , Tirinrinal and lutorost of the rnnts. duly drawn for that Durpoae ' j^^ 1 f^ 1 ^e-a ihall be paid employ th§ moneys lne said^jnRWR »<*"'» scniirceil and tho governor shall fund In the purchase ofWu W the ""'^'"Suon th«n*of; but If a fttatM, or oHj**it»'A.o( Call- ™g« r , tpl< Si ll ^ 0 % ollM CMt aB aforesaid are against this act thon the same shall be and become void. "Sec. 1(HJ. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state to have this act published In at least one ni«wsp:ier in e-ich wjunty. or city and county, if OIK Klnch. S R o. «. sons be and the same are hereby 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, Win. D. Murry. Ballot Clerks: Ed Vaughn, O. W. Meyers, Clerks: E. L. King, John Neill. Election must be held at Hot Springs House. Weldon Precinct. Judges: Thoa. S. Smith, Henry B. John Nicholls, Wm. Robert Scybert, C. Robert Neill, LeRoy Ran- must be held at 'Weldon I-'.!'c (Inn must bo :iie,;j () ranch house. Mojave Precinct. Juii^e*; ,1. M. pake, H. S inspectors: J. J. Nester, a. jv.. Clark. | r.allut Clerks: Dave Crlchton, Kl "J' nl , d ' Samuel KrvKtall. tt I Clerks: H. K. Colemnn, G. H. Pip-! t>tr , ong pi tt | Klection must Election must be held at Mojave ; s '' h ° o1 house, school house. Rosamond Precinct. Judges: J. F. Glasgow, F. M. Hamill on. Inspectors: G. W. Kinton, J. F. McLemore. Ballot Clerks: J. C. Johnson, C. W. F. Ronsch. Clerks: W. H. Davis, R. A. Stuck- Election, must school bouse. Kern River Precinct. Jiulgps: D. U. Hill, J. J. Davis. Inspectors: C. A. Daugherty, Pat | King. | liallot Clerks: Geo E. Knowles, R. | i P.Hadloy: ; Clerks; F. F. Wallcy, B. F. Mas- len. Klection must ho held at vacant I hiiililliiK Democrat Springs. j Fairfax Precinct. | .Imlgos: Oscar Clendennen, A. J. j Faust. i Inspectors: Lee Hurges, .1. M. ! Akers. Hallot Clerks: W. G. James, F. J. be held ai Precinct. Phillips, B. E. Buckles, A. O. Arm- bo held at Fairfax Inspectors: F. Powers. Ballot Clerks: M. Vrooman. Election must be held at Mrs. Kenton's store. Soledad Precinct. Judges: A, C. KJopproth, Thomas Short. Inspectors: A. O. Woodward, F. S. West. Ballot Clerks: E. L. Wegmann, G. H. Skelton. Greenhorn Precinct. Judges: W. Weiser, H. Sarrett. Inspectors: Pedro Marvls, O. H. F. Hansen. Ballot Clerks: V. Bernard, B. F. Robinson. Clerks: Walter J. Burke, E. H. Hurbeau. Election must be held at Hulskamp mine on section 3, township 27, range 31. Long Tqm Precinct. Judges: John Hilton, Chas. Hltcfc- G. M. McBryant, must be held at Miners . Clerks: Baker. Election Hall. Cummings Valley Pi*eclnct. Judges: J. P. Brlte, Edward Cum cock. Inspectors: Shirley. Ballot Clerks: Hngle. Cterks: Henry John Williams. Election August Bigot, J. D. J. W. Record, W. H. B. Oardett, Walter mings. Clerks: Wn. Election store. Kernvllle Judges: James Pascoe. Inspectors: Robt. H. Simmons. Ballot Clerks: F. Runyon, Clerks: Bobt. Palmer, W. bet*. | C. Cnmmings. Ballot Clerks: R. G. Hill. Clerks: E. Fickert Election must Precinct. Elliott, Clarence Christian, J. W. S. Fngltt, O. F. B, Tib. Election Tlltisl Be field afc Petersen's ' *-~-auk* ^ SOn. Inspectors: - S. P. Allen, fbrnla, or of Vh? Revjji-y-i counties or .wunlrtpalitlesiof ,^v« Stato of Califor- 'j»««i-wlilrt. ?iua b/^.ds shall be. kept in \ proper •rflcji'Maclo, appropriately la- 'SeJcd; 1)}$^*- must keep always on •hand a,**!ttcient amount of money in •old stVUing fund with which to pay (tap 4iit«>rest on euch of tho slate Bauot Clerks: W. W. Waters "clerk/:"' Wm. Woods, Chas. Rankln. Election must fie held In th» Houser building, Havlltth. Walkers Basl n Precinct. Judges: Peter MeGuIrk, J. L. Baxter, Clarence Daniel Davenport, A-. Stowell, Phillip must be held at vacant ii- he'.d fft Cummings Valley school house. Rockplle Precinct. Judges: Isaac Hart, A. N. Habecker. Inspectors: M. F. Neunuu-l;«l, J. V. Tirado. Ballott Clerks: Myron C. Hart, P. A. Cnrry. Clerks: John O'Nell, 3. A. Belle. Election must be held at Rookplle gfhool house. Keen* Precinct. Ttrp Flannigan, J. P~. E. MalTaciiowitz. liallot Clerks: Jno. j;rmls F. Fickert, Clerks: J, D. MoOfS, A. I.. .Woolsey. ilr.ii Vii'u8t be teld at Keone house. Lak« Precinct. Judges'. PargueC provided to be Issued as ' • And e-ic . bo published therein, throughout this s«nte for three mouths - rfold theretofore been means for tho !,.-„ , ... on the bonds that may be i teen and outstanding, said treasurer raail monthly take from the San Francisco harbor improvement fund and pay into snid India basin sinking fund an amount equal to the tuonU- lv Interest then due on all bonds then sold, delivered and outstanding. 1' board of state harbor commissioner the general election l.un boar o s are hereby authorized and directed b) next jireced to be holden nine . and olgiu, uio coats of publication shall, be paid out of the San Francisco harbor Improvement fund on controller's warrants duly drawn for that P«n»Be."-Am..min, ( , n , approved November 211, A. 1). 1007. Sec 11. This act may bo knowu •iml cited as the Uulia Basin Act." 12. All acts and parts of acth ;'he collection of dockage, lolls, ren»«. wharfage and cranage to collect a sum rf money sufficient for the purposes o fhis act. over and abow tVe amount llrnUe( l i, y section two thouflan.lI five hundred and twenty-six of the Polltl- oal Cole of the State of CalHV.rnia Between the iirst and tenth day ot November, in the year nineteen h - ; dred an I euhteen and between tin- nrst »n<l tenth day of Noyon,bcr of each ve-,u- there-liter until the mn turitv'of'sal'l bonds, the sai.l treasurer sh'll' i" ilx* presence of the Kovernor. 'pror-.'el to drawby lots such an amount of bonds as shall be requisite, to exhaust as nearly as may bo the amount in snid sinklns fund at that time, unfl Kinll thereupon and before tho tenth day'of December following, slve notice by public advertisement to be m- Kert'ed twice a week for two weeUs in nvo miwRpaperH published la the city •ma county of San Francisco, and also 1 = • one newppaper publlsh'cd In tho city of OakhiTl;!, and also in one newspaper published in the city of Los Angela •ind ulso in one newspaper publish',,' m the city of Sacramento, stating Vie number of bonds so drawn and that the principal of said bonds will be. ovl I on presentation to the treasurer n 01 beforo the second day ot Jam.," y following, thai from and aftor such last named •'••»• all int.'ivst u.ion bonilH drawn shall f'-awf, and H Yrc the duty of the treasurer as toon : . 1K K ald bonds so drawn by loL . . ^.rreadi-rt-.l to him and paid to cancel tlie same, iuid the inlerfst iliereon, and oach year be^ninlr, t;,e year nineteen hundred and eon, the wild treasurer shall, n t»^ nmnner,aforesaid, proceed to diaw D> lot such «n amount of bonds as shall he requisite to exhaust as nearly a. rray b« the amount In said siiiKin^ fiuid, and proceed in the manner here- inabove stated. After the payment ot all said bonds, tho sturplUH or balanct remaining In said slnklns fund. It «"> thore be, whall forthwith bo paid Into the Siui Francisco harbor improvement fund. At the time of the respective drawingw by lot, as aforesaid, and also at the maturity of said state bonds, said treasurer shall sell tm United States or other bonds then in Hnkl HinklilK fund, at Koverniilk' market i rates, after advertising the sale there-, of ill the manner herelnbelore pnnK.-, ed for the sale of bonds hereby an- ( thori/e.l to be lulled, and shall use, the proceeds for the payment ol suut bonds as may be drawn by lot. and at the maturity of said bonds outHtai d- Ins shall pay and redeem said ma" - • • ••-- bonds out of p>ei:. i £,. '»" »** — * , . . in conflict with the provisions ot this act arc htreby repealed. And I hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars for tho arrest, and conviction of any and every person violating any ot tho provision* of 11- tle IV, Part I, Of the. Penal Code ol the State of California; such rewards tii, i.e p:iia until Uie total amount here- •iVU-r expended for Vln> purpose veachoB the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars. IN TEStVMONY WHKUKOF. I, 1 N. Gil.LETT, as .Governor of the State of Ca'lfforhla, have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of said State to b'e. affixed at the City -if S-'i'f ramcnto. this Inir- teenth iiay of September, A. (Seal) D ' 1J ' J>N ' •'•• N- <iH'I-RTT. Governor of the State of California, Attest: 0. F. CURRY, Secretary of State. PROMOTION i _..OP- The Board of Supervisors, of Kern County, State of California Inspectors: Jacob W. Binninger, Wm. H. Johns. Ballot Clerks: N. J. Williams, Jesse Rankln. Clerks: J. C. Walser, Diiv* Cudde- hack. Election must be held at Walhcrf. Basin school house. Caliente Precinct. Judges: Jno. Ulploy, C. H. Dukes. Inspectors: J. McCarthy, Sanford Richard. Ballot Clerks: Chas F. Bennett Clerks: E. o'Meara, Election must be held at Caliente school house. Amalie Precinct. Jtidsos: Elbert S. Jones, McKay. Inspectors: Wm. C. Fitch, Ballot Clerks: Clifford C. Little, Thos. P. Borden. Clerks: Ellas M. Dearborn, James 10. Rnme-y. Election must be held at store. Thos, Kelly. Manuel Mc- W. Pool, W. B. Ttiapectore: Spencer. Hallol Clerks: A. E. V, eper. Clerks: Richard Burns, Fred Ejection must he held at Miller Lux ranch house. Tehachapl Precinct. Judges: J. M. Jackley, G. W. Love- ov V. Barnard. P. !'• building at Granite Station. Delano Precinct. Judges: John L. Wassen, J. R, Atherton. Inspectors: R. W. Ammons, C. H. Dorsey. Ballot Clerks: James Hamlln, W, T .Boone. Clerka: E. H. Ramsey, Frank Pan ero. Election must bo held at Justice Timmons' office, corner H and Marl posa streeta In Delano. Sumner Precinct. Judges: J. T. Basye, Fred Cham berlain. Inspectors: J. S. Merrltt, W. B Pryor. Ballot Clerks: W. T, White, Dom Itlllo Castro. Clerks: M. J. Borgwardt, W. G. Bartenatefa. Election must he held at aflabt house at Fred Chamberlain's place near Offer'i Rorart. Woo.-ty Precinct. Ollle G. Wood, S. N. "Brown. Inspectors: Martin V. Brunk, Jag. V. Buntaln. Ballot Clerks: Don 0. Maltby, F. .T. Worrlnger, Clarka: P. E. Bohna, A. H. But- | flngtov. Election must be held at Blako school house. Asphalts Precinct. .Indues: S. A. Hubbard. H. C. Ball. Hell, I). W. Mad- Miller. Election must school house. Peso Judges: 11. K. tro. Inspectors: \VI.e\- Halsey. Ballot Clerks: Gr-i Richard Ward. Clerks: luaiy Kol/ man. Election must be held at, Poao 1 house, Fainoso. Marlcopa Precinct. Judges: H. E. Mosher, C. S.. C?s Inspectors: G. R. Neill, Wia. tor. | Ballot Clerks, Gilbert Phelps > C. 3L Harvey. Clerks: O. S. Garfleld, Ecrw. CUrtt. Klection must be held at aahMiS house, Maricopa. Button Willow Precinct. Judges: M. J. Avala, Ed Lewis. Inspectors: .1. E. Kincer, Geoi^e K. Stinson. Ballott C'ierks: William Traes, ney William Smith. Clerks: C'. C. I Airy. Chnrles. W. lee. Election must be held- at House. Button Willow. Bakersfleld Precinct, No. t.. Judges: R. F. Gregory,. Ed, null. Inspectors: G. Paehllg, Geo. aker. Ballot Clerks: Ell May, H« Dumble. Clerks: C. W. Curtzwiler. Powers. deletion must be held in K«ro<_ ty Land Company's harness stM|» ••» 20th street between G and H Bakersfield Precinct No. 2. Judges: Wm. Tyler, F. S. Inspectors: J. B. Hunt, C. A •Ballot Clerks: Henry Shields^ ' Hay. Clerks: Geo. Brundage, R. K. uum. • Election must be held In building on Chester avenue, ctunwr «Jt 17th street. Bakersfleld Precinct No. 3 Judges: Chas. Cohn, H. W. JUHSMSt. Inspectors: A. F. Nagle, A. K. Brtfc nap. Ballot Clerks: Herbert Robert*. W. A. Smartt. Clerks: E. L. Willow, I.*o feld. Election must be r«Ml :if nrnev ol ; No. < John H- F. W. W. JDallt- & A. Y. Robinson, "w. Kinney, P. J. A. D. C. Chas. John Kf'tt, H\ Knapp, R. . . be held at Chorml- Piute Precinct. Judges: F. Schwartz, C. F. May. Inspectors: J. H. Rehman, Chas W. I^imont. Ballot Clerks: Chas. J. Bowman John B. Clifton. Clerks: Morris Burk, bd < Election must be held at oli! nut cabin. Kelso Precinct. Judges: Fred Butterbredt. John H. Scott. , Inspectors: Louis Bowers, Frank lln P. Whitney. Ballot Clerks: Jno. Butterbrtdt, Jerry Robinson. I Clerks: George Albert Char.? erlv P. Robinson. Inspectors, C. .affarKUn- Ballot Clerks: l#t'. Clerks: W. Spencer. Election must :le hall. Tfejon Canyon Precinct.* Judges: James Winter, Asa K'^nzle. Inspectors: C. Ellas Johnson. Ballot Clerks: McKenzie. Clerks: Edwin Kenzie. Election must be held Can von school house. Old Town Precinct. Judges: J. B. Brlte. Wm. A. Inspectors: R. K. L. Hicks, C. 0. H. M. Thompson. E. Me- Bergmann Vincent, D. W. F. John Winter, IX J. Meat Tcjon High- r. R. lUlllhUU. _ , , must be held at funnel jtion Clerks: Henry F. Wiggins, Roger Whalen. Clerks: J. J. Henderson, James <,,. Hud-I^Ellcllon must be held at Old Town (school house. 1 Tejon Precinct. Judges: W. H. Branch, E. S. Pool Inspectors: C. U Woods, E. P. Ballot Clerks: Win. Pettit, A. J. Tyndall. . _ Clerks: J. J. Lopez, Henry A. Tay- Election must be held at Rose Sta Sr., Bev- , ,, ( <• In aeeor.lance with the proehi- .tatioii of tlie (lovemor of tile. Slate ot' California, issued on the Mth day of September, A. D. 1908, Election Springs. Randsburg Precinct No Judges: J. W. Mcl.eod, Fn ler. Inspectors: W. IX Moors. lingsworth. Ballot clerks: D. Gunderson Atkinson. Clerks: James Montgomery, Huffel. Election mu«t. be bold at tn f of Justice of '.he Peace. Randaburp Precinct No. Judges: Kd Hake". Pat Fali*-y Inspecloi-s: J Cormlck. Ballot Clerks: Wm. Clyde office ir\\ | * »««• - •— - t-k Nosser, D .1. M R - general election throii(jrh- otit the Slate of ('alit'orni to \w held on Tuesday, November :?rd, 1<)(I8. for tlie purpose of eleelinj,' the following iillieers, namely: ] Ten electors of President im ,i Vice President of the United •2 (I,,,. Associate .lustice of the Supreme Court of the Slate ol California for the uiiexpirrd term. I :{. One Representative in Con- n-ess for the Kitfhth Congressional District of the State of California. 4 One .Tudtro of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for tho County of Kera. Montgomery. R. P. Houffr, "R. F. Dickinson, W. B. Clerks: Lawrence. Election must bo held at Pamper- In building. Johannesburg Precinct. Judges: Walter J. Mi.comber, Chas. Adams. Inflpo<-tors: Howard Bland, Oscar E. Choesehrough. Hallot Clerks: Ernest L. Parker, Jack Harrison. I Clerks: Chas. Teagle, Frank Re Forest Mann. I Election must he hold at Johannes burg school house. Goler Precinct. Judges: N. J. Aver. Joseph Short. Inspectors: Osgood S. Catland, Lorenzo Glboney. Ballot Clerks: Chafi. Coehn, Geo B. Johnson. ranch bouse. North Kern Precinct. Judges: T. J. O'Boyle, Leo G. Pauly. Inspectors: A. W. Hess, J. 0. Ballinger. Hallot Clerks: J. B. Crandall, M. K. McKenzie. Clerks: R. J. Bower, C. L. Chamberlain. Election must be hold at Kern Library building on Baker street, be tween K and L streets. South Kern Precinct. Judges: F. J. Marnh. C. Hit/man. Inspectors: Jean Eyraud. T. B. Orr. Hallot Clerks: J. T. Stunton, O. K Howell. Clerks: W. T. Ruwlings, J. L. Osborne. Election must bo held at Justice Marion's office, on Kern street, bo- ween H and I streets. Llnnn Valley Precinct. Judges: J. F. McKamy. J. F. \Miite man. ... ,, Inspectors: F. H. Jameson. \\. H J< I!aliot Clerks: Guy Hughes. C. C. Wicker, Clerks- Will lAverw, Tom Higltl. Election must be held at McKamy a hall at Glennvlllo. petroleum Precinct, ludges- W W Colm. J. M. Dyo. Inspectors: H. Sanguinnetti, Jesse Inspectors: L dux. Ballot Clerks: M. Brown. Clerks: H. D. Phelan. H. J. Hess. Elee.Uon must be hold at Rediiien's hall. McKiltrlck. Adobe Precinct. Judges: \Vm. 1). Knight. Snm Wil- llanifl. Inspectors, J. F. Bennett, J. C. Plum- mo r. Hallot Clerks: Oru Smith, Peter Me-' Caffrey. ' Clerks: .lack Fowler, Louis E. Form-j way. Election must be held at Jack Fowler's ranch house. Rosedale Precinct. Judges: Peter Hclmforth, \V. T. Allen. Inspectors: Robt. Rudd, S. B.' Dewey. 'liallot Clerka: Jacob Messlnger, A H. Renfro. ! Clerks: John Waters, F. W. Northway. Election must be held at Rosedale school house. Antelope Precinct. Judges: Robt. IX Duncan, S. H. Sumner. Inspector: A. A. Still, John Bakem. Ballot Clerks—Klngsley King, Andrew Imfcld. Clerks: Percy Catling, Robt. L. Kalk. Election must be held at Annette school house. Paleto Precinct. Judges: J. H. Abbott, C. E. Black. Inspectors: C. F. Hysung, H. W. KlIpHteln. Ballot Clerks: E. A. Barnhart. Clerks: James Wllkes. , , Election must bo hold at Frank I Francis hull. Midway Precinct. Judges: Harry S. Hanes Cunningham. Insptto.tors: Harry Secor, Greene W. Austin, Chas. Brldger, Albert Wm. I C. R'. BalU>t Clerks: Chas. C. Snyder, Mur-, IX HIHolt, Jr.. Fred Fo Clerks: Tt'llftH Clerks: J. FUcklngcr. H. C. H. Brown, W. E. McDonald, J. C. O'Brien. Election must be held at Santa headquarters office. Panama Precinct. , Judges: G. J. Stahl. Asa McKenzie, Inspectors: Chan. L. Dennon, J. Hullot Clerks: Maurice H. Baldwin, A. H. Robinson. ... Clerks: Dtivo Hlrshfe.ld. E. M. Ashe. Election must In; held ut Panama school koiiHo. Canfield Precinct. Judges: Jasper Meyers. W. W. T-ra- zior. T -,. Inspectors: Horaco Freoar, J. W. j Summers. ,, , _ . Ballot Clerks: James Garllck, R. A.j Stuhhlefluld. I Cltrkw: J. H. McCutchen, Allan Eleo.llon in.1st bo held at Canfield school house. Wasco Precinct. Judges: J. E. Garvln, T. II. McGovern. . „ ,. Inspectors: A. J. McCombs, N. M. Rotnour. ._ T Ballot Clerks: H. L. Wecms, P. J. Garwood. house, on K stn street. Bakersneiu f ; Judges: Jake Inspectors: J. Campbell. Hallot Clerks: Henry Chas. N. Johnston. Clerks: W. A. Eardley, ley. Rluctlon must be held at 1726 CbMK tor avenue. While's second hand stow^ corner Chester iivenile and ISth. R-trwriL. Bakersfield Precinct No-, b* Judges: J. H. lUwllt. T. A. HeteaK. Inspectors: Frank M. Reynolds, Jk. M. Bolknap. Uallot Clerks: John Mintei'i Duncan. Clerka: A. C. Tuimian, T. IS. stein. Election must be held at building in rear of Tenth struct acbo*ffl house, corner of II and 10tl» str^stfe. Bakersfleld Precinct No. R Judges: W. J. WeemH, Waller jVtnXSt- son. Inspectors: John Oswald, C. £*•*• Ballot Clerks: Ralph Galloway, <2. L. Zander. _^ Clerks: A. TX WhlUemore, James «. Baker. Election must be held at Abe er's paint shop-on 22nd street, ul of K street. i Bakersfleld Precinct No. 7. I Judges: W. L. Hill, Walter Flsbeft. I inspectors: Tom McCaffrey, Haus. Hallot t Clerks: Alex Hoy man,. L. Gardner. Clerks, Jo P. Carroll, T. Election must be held ut old _ . Hall, on Wall street, between I stwafc and Chester avenue. South Bakersfleld Precinct. Judges: 1). R. Miller, S. W. Mill***, Inspectors: Chris Mattley. U. T^ Wllhlte. __ Hallot Clerks: H. F. Banks, TOBk. Wilson. Clerks: F. <!. Colfbn, L. A. Castrak. ISIectlon must, be held at H. A. Hicks' barn on Chester Avenue-. Oil Precinct. Judges: J. W. Heard, Geo. St. Mary. Inspectors; J. E. Roberts, R. SL Longhead. Ballot Clorkn: Dan A. MacK, JaMb I). Jones. Clerks: W. W. Krotzer, Polo A«fc- tratid. IClectlon must be held at San Joa*- quln wiirohoiise. Stockdale Precinct. Judges: J. T. Taylor, J. M\ Nngoafe, inspectors: B. F. Bedlnger, BurkMt. Ballot Clerks: Clarence W. R. M. Dodge. Clerks: J. T. Elmore, W. H. Tayte*. Election must be held at BeIl«vM» ranch store house. Frultvale Precinct. i Judges: Florence filenson, TJrsu T*HBr~ ham. '" C. f'.' Pierce, .f. C. Rx>2»~ Haiuly, Inspectors: I erts. I Ballot fieri jW. We.ar. 1 Clerks: J. W. Tat.uu, A. W. FW*r- ' man. I Election must be held at Beardxtear i School houst!. i Hy order of the Board of Sup*nrl»- I ors of Kern County, (Ulllfor " 1 J 1 ' rKO | Chairman of the Board ut of suld Kern County.. fslmlV I. L. MIM.B". . «''erk. SENATE BILL No. 850. CHAPTER 98. An act *° cha "»" seat of government of the Stats of California from the city of SacramMK' to to the town of Berkeley^nd to Mil*. mlt the question of such change to. the people, and to provide refl«l»* tlons and provisions for such """Approved March 6, 1907. The people of the State of u • represented In- senate and

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