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tion of docks, wharves, slips and piers and increasing the harbor facilities on the waterfront of the city and county of San Francisco, the board of state harbor commissioners is hereby authorized and empowered to acquire, when in its discretion it is deemed for the best interests of the harbor, by purchase, condemnation, gift, grant or cession, for and on behalf of the state of California, all that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the city and county of San Francisco, state of California, and particularly described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point in the bay of San Francisco, distant three thousand five hundred seventy feet southeasterly from the southerly corner of Brannan and Second streets, as the same are laid down on the official map of said city, said distance being measured along the extension southeasterly of the southwesterly line of Second street; thence in a southwesterly direction, at right angles with said line of Second street extended, five hundred feet; thence at right angles southeasterly eight hundred feet; thence at right angles northeasterly eight hundred feet; thence at right angles northwesterly eight hundred feet; and thence at right angles southwesterly three hundred feet, to the point of commencement; said tract of land being a square, including the rock known as Mission Rock, together with the wharves and other improvements thereupon and the appurtenances thereunto belonging.
§ 2. Jurisdiction extended. The jurisdiction of said board shall be and it is hereby extended so as to include all of the land described in section one of this act.
§ 3. How acquired. The portion of said tract that is held in private ownership may be separately acquired by said board, and the portions that are owned by the United States of America may be separately acquired by said board, and said board is hereby authorized to accept from the United States a cession or gift or grant of said last-named portions, if the same can be obtained, or to acquire the same by purchase or condemnation, in its discretion.
§ 4. Action for condemnation. The board of state harbor commis. sioners may institute any action or actions that may be necessary, and prosecute the same to final judgment, for the condemnation of any portion, or portions, of the said tract of land, and the purposes herein mentioned are hereby declared to be a public use, in behalf of which the right of eminent domain may be exercised by the board of state harbor commissioners for and in the name of the people of the state of California, for the estates and rights specified in, and in the manner provided in part three, title seven of the Code of Civil Procedure of the state of California.
§ 5. Price payable from what funds. The board of state harbor commissioners is hereby authorized to pay the purchase price thereof, or any judgment rendered in pursuance hereof in such condemnation proceedings, by drafts drawn upon the controller of the state, who shall draw his warrant or warrants therefor on the state treasurer, payable
money in the state treasury to the credit of the “San Fran
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cisco harbor improvement fund” or of the “Third San Francisco seawall fund,” or partly from one and partly from the other of said funds, in the discretion of said board of state harbor commissioners.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, TOWN OF.
Charter of. [Stats. 1911, p. 1699.]
Charter of. [Stats. 1913, p. 1549.]
SANTA MONICA, ACT 3527. An act granting certain tide-lands and submerged lands of the state of
California to the city of Santa Monica upon certain trusts and con
ditions. [Approved April 10, 1917. Stats. 1917, p. 90. In effect July 27, 1917.)
§ 1. Tide-land granted to Santa Monica. There is hereby granted to the city of Santa Monica, a municipal corporation of the state of Cali. fornia, and to its successors, all the right, title and interest of the state of California, held by said state by virtue of its sovereignty, in and to all the tide-lands and submerged lands, within the present boundaries of said city, and situated below the line of mean high tide of the Pacific Ocean, to be forever held by said city, and by its successors, in trust for the uses and purposes, and upon the express conditions following, to wit:
(a) Purposes for which land may be used. Term of franchises and leases. Said lands shall be used by said city and by its successors, solely for the establishment, improvement and conduct of a harbor and for the establishment and construction of bulkheads or breakwaters for the protection of lands within its boundaries, or for the protection of its harbor, and for the construction, maintenance and operation thereon of wharves, docks, piers, slips, quays, and other utilities, structures and appliances necessary or convenient for the promotion or accommodation of commerce and navigation, and the protection of the lands within said city, and said city, or its successors, shall not, at any time, grant, convey,
give or alien said lands, or any part thereof, to any individual, firm or corporation for any purpose whatsoever; provided, that said city, or its successors, may grant franchises thereon, for a period not exceeding twenty-five years, for wharves and other public uses and purposes, and may lease said lands, or any part thereof for a period not exceeding twenty-five years, for purposes consistent with the trusts upon which said lands are held by the state of California and with the requirements of commerce or navigation at said harbor;
(b) Harbor improved without expense to state. Said harbor shall be improved by said city without expense to the state, and shall always remain a public harbor for all purposes of commerce and navigation, and the state of California, shall have, at all times, the right to use, without charge, all wharves, docks, piers, slips, quays and other improvements constructed on said lands, or any part thereof, for any vessel or other water craft, or railroad, owned or operated by the state of California;
(c) No discrimination in rates. Right to fish reserved to people. In the management, conduct or operation of said harbor or utilities, structures or appliances mentioned in paragraph (a), no discrimination in rates, tolls, or charges, or in facilities, for any use or service in connection therewith shall ever be made, authorized or permitted by said city or by its successors. The absolute right to fish in the waters of said harbor, with the right of convenient access to said waters over said lands for said purpose, is hereby reserved the people of the state of California.
Charter of. [Stats. 1905, p. 867.]
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SCHOOLS. ACT 3535a. An act to authorize and empower the board of trustees of the San Fran
cisco state normal school to sell or exchange and convey the lands and buildings of said school; to acquire by purchase, gift, condemnation or otherwise a new site for said school and to erect thereon buildings suitable and appropriate therefor, or to remodel or reconstruct any building already erected on the site so purchased or acquired, and to purchase therefor necessary and appropriate furniture and equipment; to create a fund into which shall be paid the proceeds of the sale of the present school property and making an appropriation to carry out the purposes of this act.
[Approved January 11, 1916. Stats. Ex. Sess. 1916, p. 41.] Amended 1917; Stats. 1917, p. 573. The amendment of 1917 follows:
§ 3. Disposition of moneys received. Moneys received from the sale of said lands shall be paid into the general fund in the state treasury.
The board of trustees of the state normal school at San Franeisco is hereby authorized and empowered to examine the lands heretofore and now occupied or owned by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition or any corporation or individual representing or acting for or in coejunction with said exposition, and to select therefrom a new and suitable site for said school and to acquire by purchase, gift, condemnation or otherwise for and on behalf of the state of California the necessary lands and structures; and the lands so selected and purchased shall be and remain the site of the state normal school at San Francisco until otherwise provided by law. [Amendment approved May 17, 1917; Stats. 1917, p. 573.]
§ 6. Improvement and buildings. The said board is hereby authorized and empowered to improve the new site in a manner suitable for its intended uses, to erect and construct thereon new and modern normal school buildings and improvements necessary and proper for said normal school. The said board is also authorized and empowered to provide and purchase such furniture, fixtures, apparatus and other things as may be required for the proper equipment of said buildings and grounds for conducting said normal school.
§ 7. San Francisco State Normal School-Exposition preservation fund. A fund in the state treasury is hereby created and shall be known as "The San Francisco State Normal School-Exposition preservation fund." After the conveyance of said site to the state of California the state controller and the state treasurer shall transfer and make the proper entries upon their records, transferring the money paid into the San Francisco State Normal School-Exposition preservation fund and into the general fund under the provisions of an act entitled "An act to provide for the disposition of any money or other property accruing to or to be received by the state of California as its proportionate share of the returns from the holding of the Panama-Pacific international exposition.” approved January 11, 1916, to the general fund in the state treasury and placed to the credit of the appropriation herein made from the gen: eral fund of the state treasury. The money so transferred shall be used for the purposes of this act. [Amendment approved May 17, 1917: Stats. 1917, p. 573.]
§ 8. Appropriation. Condition. Out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of four hundred fifty thousand dollars, together with the sum of money herein ordered credited to this appropriation, is hereby appropriated to be expended in accordance with law for the purposes of this act; provided, that no part of the money appropriated herein from the general fund of the state treasury shall be used for the erection of buildings or the making of improvements uvtil any existing structures on said site shall have been removed. Any moneys received from the sale of structures existing on said site at the time of its purchase shall be paid into the general fund of the state treasury and placed to the credit of the appropriation herein made. [New section added May 17, 1917; Stats. 1917, p. 573.]
[Approved April 24, 1917. Stats. 1917, p. 192.] § 1. Where the board of supervisors of any county have purported to establish a school district of any kind or class situated within such county and such district has acted as a school district for a period of one year previous to the taking effect of this act, all acts and proceedings taken for the purpose of creating such district are hereby legalized, vali. dated and declared to be sufficient, and such school district is hereby declared to be duly incorporated and as such school district under its appropriate name shall have all the rights and privileges and be subject to all the duties and obligations of a duly incorporated school district.
School to exchange certain land belonging to said school for other
land belonging to the San Jose high school district. [Approved May 5; 1917. Stats. 1917, p. 260. In effect July 27, 1917.]
§ 1. Board of trustees of San Jose State Normal School may exchange land. The board of trustees of the San Jose State Normal School is hereby authorized and empowered to exchange, with the written approval of the state board of control and of the governor, a certain parcel of · land, the property of said normal school, commencing at a point on the original line of east San Fernando street easterly five hundred three feet from the intersection of the original westerly line of south Seventh street with the original southerly line of east San Fernando street; thence southerly at right angles two hundred ninety-six feet; thence easterly at right angles ten feet; thence northerly at right angles two hundred ninety-six feet; thence westerly at right angles ten feet to the place of beginning; for a parcel of land belonging to the San Jose high school district, commencing at a point westerly four hundred forty-three feet from and at right angles to the original line of south Seventh street and southerly three hundred fifty-six feet from the point of intersection of the original westerly line of south Seventh street with the original southerly line of east San Fernando street; thence northerly at right angles to said westerly line sixty feet; thence westerly at right angles fifty feet; thence southerly at right angles sixty feet; thence easterly at right angles fifty feet to the place of beginning.
An act to validate bonds of school districts and high school districts
and to provide for the levy and collection of taxes to pay the prin
cipal and interest on such bonds. [Approved May 4, 1917. Stats. 1917, p. 228. In effeet July 27, 1917.]
$ 1. School district bonds validated. Where in any school district of any kind or class, including union school districts and joint union school districts, or high school district of any kind or class, including union