Index of Economic Material in Documents of the States of the United States: California, 1849-1904, Volume 3

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Carnegie institution of Washington, 1908 - California - 316 pages
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Page 41 - For the purpose of preventing the spread of contagious disease among fruit and fruit trees, and for the prevention, treatment, cure, and extirpation of fruit pests and the diseases of fruit...
Page 295 - Value of personal property.. •Value of improvements on real estate assessed to persons other than the owners of the real estate. Value of improvements thereon...* Value of city and town lots. Value of improvements thereon. Value of real estate other than city and town lots.
Page 230 - Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Placer, Plumas, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara...
Page 3 - In addition to furnishing a list of reports and messages, the index undertakes to supply a reference by volume and page to all material of economic importance which they contain, with the exception of that contained in the reports of bureaus of labor.
Page 3 - This index undertakes to deal only with the printed reports of administrative officers, legislative committees, and special commissions of the states and with governors 'messages for the period since 1849.
Page 214 - Volume i. Carboniferous and Jurassic Fossils. By FB Meek. Triassic and Cretaceous Fossils. By WM Gabb. || Volume II. Cretaceous and Tertiary Fossils.
Page 176 - Chiefly the large grants, as the missions, and whether the title to them be in assignees, or whether they have reverted, and vested in the sovereign ?" I took much pains, both in California and in Mexico, to assure myself of the situation, in a legal and proprietary point of view, of the former great establishments known as the missions of California. It...
Page 136 - District. Stockton, Cal., February 1, 1891. Pamphlet, cream-color, 9.X — X5.9, pp. 11. Sacramento: 1891. The Commissioners. . How to raise the Price of Grapes, and an analysis of the Sweet Wine Law. By Charles A. Wetmore, Chief Executive Officer. Pamphlet, gray, 9.X — X5.8, pp. 15. Sacramento: 1891. The Commissioners. California, Directory of the Grape Growers, Wine Makers, and Distillers of, and of the Principal Grape Growers and Wine Makers of the Eastern States. Published by the Board of State...
Page 277 - Report of the Committee on Internal Improvements with reference to a road across the Sierra Nevada.
Page 4 - Uniform entry words for subjects recurring in different states will be retained throughout the series. It will thus be possible to make a study not only of the historical development of an economic subject as reflected in the documents of an individual state but also to make a comparative study of that development as it has taken place in the country at large. To accomplish this purpose it has...

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