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CO N TENTS.
1—Affidavit by citizens of Oakland.
! 4—Indorsement of Senator Rogers' Bill relative to sweeping and cleaning the streets of San
| `5—Majority Report of the Committee on Mining Debris–Assembly.
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10—Memorial and petition to the Legišature of the State of California in relation to providing the City and County of San Francisco with a proper system of water-works, 11—Memorial of the San Francisco Board of Education to the Legislature of the State of California. 12—Memorial to the Legislature of the holders and representatives of the outstanding bonds and coupons of the County of El Dorado. | 13—Memorial of the Trustees of the San Francisco Lying-in Hospital and Foundling Asylum | to the Legislature of the State of California. 14–Message of Governor William Irwin, accompanied by Supplementary Report of Commis| sioners of Transportation. --15—Message from the Governor, accompanied by a communication from Hon. S. C. Hastings. 16—Minority Report on A. B. No. 119. 17—Minority Report of San Francisco Delegation on A. B. No. 116. 18—Minority Report of the Assembly Committee on Education relative to substitute for A. B. No. 289. ..” 19—Minority Report of Assembly Committee on Education on S. B. No. 309. ~20–Minority Report of the Committee on Mining Debris—Assembly. 21—Petition of the Officers and Directors of the Elliott Library Institute of San Francisco. 22—Petition of Henry M. Naglee. 23—Petition of John Mullán, for himself and other citizens of San Francisco. 24—Petition in relation to the Hybor Front of San Francisco. 25–Petition of the State Grange, Mechanics' State Council, and Mechanics' Deliberative Assembly, on the subject of education. ‘26–Petition of citizens of Siskiyou County in relation to the game laws of California. 27—Petition to the Legislature relative to the purchase of the Spring Valley Water-works. 28—Petition of property owners on Francisco Street, between Kearny and Jones Streets, San
-34–Report of the San Francisco Lying-in Hospital and Foundling Asylum to the Legislature
of the State of California.
35–Report of the Assembly Committee on State Prison on the effect of the proposed law known
as the “Goodwin Bill.”
36—Report of the State Prison Committee—Assembly.
37—Report on the State Prison by the Senate Committee.
38—Report on the State Prison at San Quentin, made by the Assembly Committee on State
39—Report on the proposed Branch Prison at Folsom, made by the Senate Committee on State
Prison and Prison Buildings.
40—Report of the State Land Commission to the Legislature of the State of California. \o
41—Reports of Committee on Labor Investigation.
42–Report of Committee on Military Affairs.
43–Report of the Committee on Education to the Assembly.
44–Report of Committee on Free Conference on Assembly Substitute for S. B. No. 200–
45–Report of Committee of Free Conference on Assembly Substitute for S. B. No. 200–Senate.
46—Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the facts in relation to the alleged
under-valuation of property in Kern County, California.
47—Report of Committee on Education on S. B. No. 51.
50—Report relative to the payment of “Special Committee on Chinese Immigration.”
51—Resolution of Cambria Grange, No. 25, P. of H., in relation to regulating assessments in
52—Supplemental Report of the Committee on State Hospitals—Assembly.
53—Synopsis of a lecture on Irrigation in California.
"'54—Testimony taken by the Committee on Mining Debris, as reported to the Assembly.
55—West Side Irrigation District Water Supply—Report of the Engineer on the result of the
reconnoissance of Tulare Lake.
CITIZENS OF OAKLAND.