History of Mendocino County, California : comprising its geography, geology, topography, climatography, springs and timber . h system and order have been brought out ofthe chaos and confusion of our State land affairs and titles to land made moresecure. He introduced and passed the bill establishing the Agricultural,Mining and Mechanical Arts College, and, although there were but thirtyDemocrats in the Senate and Assembly, was elected in joint convention oneof the Directors to locate that institution, which was located at Berkeley.The Board of Directors, consisting of Governor F. F. Son, Charl

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History of Mendocino County, California : comprising its geography, geology, topography, climatography, springs and timber . h system and order have been brought out ofthe chaos and confusion of our State land affairs and titles to land made moresecure. He introduced and passed the bill establishing the Agricultural,Mining and Mechanical Arts College, and, although there were but thirtyDemocrats in the Senate and Assembly, was elected in joint convention oneof the Directors to locate that institution, which was located at Berkeley.The Board of Directors, consisting of Governor F. F. Son, Charl Stock Photo
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History of Mendocino County, California : comprising its geography, geology, topography, climatography, springs and timber . h system and order have been brought out ofthe chaos and confusion of our State land affairs and titles to land made moresecure. He introduced and passed the bill establishing the Agricultural,Mining and Mechanical Arts College, and, although there were but thirtyDemocrats in the Senate and Assembly, was elected in joint convention oneof the Directors to locate that institution, which was located at Berkeley.The Board of Directors, consisting of Governor F. F. Son, Charl
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History of Mendocino County, California : comprising its geography, geology, topography, climatography, springs and timber . h system and order have been brought out ofthe chaos and confusion of our State land affairs and titles to land made moresecure. He introduced and passed the bill establishing the Agricultural,Mining and Mechanical Arts College, and, although there were but thirtyDemocrats in the Senate and Assembly, was elected in joint convention oneof the Directors to locate that institution, which was located at Berkeley.The Board of Directors, consisting of Governor F. F. Son, Charles F. Reed,William Holden, C. T. Ryland and three others, recommended to the Legis-lature that a University be established at Berkeley, and that the landsgi-anted to the State (one hundred and fifty thousand acres) for the estab-lishment of the Agricultural and Mechanical Arts College should be appliedto the maintenance of the Agricultural and Mechanical Arts Colleges, whichwere to be a part of the University. In 1867 and 1868 a bill was intro-duced establishing the University. Mr. Holden was the Lieutenant-Gov- .^^^^^. URIAH TOWNSHIP. 647 ernor and President of the Senate, and was placed, by resolution, on theCommittee to perfect the bill establishing the State University. The billmade the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor and State Superintendent of PublicInstitutions ex-ojjUcio Regents of the University. Previous to 1866 thereexisted by law a State Board of Swamp Land Commissioners. During thatsession Mr. Holden introduced a bill, which became a law, abolishing theSwamp Land Board and giving the control of the swamp land reclamationto the Boards of Supervisors of the counties in which the swamp lands weresituated. On taking the chair as President of the Senate, Governor Holdendelivered the following eloquent and pointed address:— Senators,—Having been elected by the free voters of this State to theoffice of Lieutenant-Governor, and having cheerfull}- taken the oath of office

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