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VALUE OF PROPERTY IN EACH COUNTY OF CALIFORNIA For the Years 1901 and 1902 and Rate of Taxation (State rate, .383 cents), according to report com

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Alameda..

$50,005,575 $28,684,825 $10,419,276 Alpine......

149,021 122,533 43,619 Amador...

2,519.952
1,368.570

591,008 Butte... 8,632,040 2,284,115

1,993,318 Calaveras.

3,079,235 1,634,545 816,575 Colusa ..... 8,873.688 1,060,705

1,253,621 Contra Cost ..... 8.947,060 2,946,835 3,482,076 Del Norte..

2,164.810 284,530 264,758 El Dorado.. 2,050,990 1,111,185

605,740 Fresno....

19,040,479 5,702,997 3,741,710 Glenn..... 7,755,707 756,704

1,030,656 Humboldt 13.110,017 2,781,445

2,649,062 Inyo..

888,734

510,823 511,579 Kern

13,103,218 2,793,583 3,904,011 Kings 4,889,929 1,134,179

1,173,618 Lake

1,973.954 707,577 438, 239 Lassen.....

1,707,270 542,618 1,155,238 Los Angeles.. 65,847,865 30,229,010 *16,979,898 Madera...

3,710,760 653,880 957,455 Marin....

7,487,160 2,847,090 1,156,220 Mariposa.,

1,425,603 423,303 343,456 Mendocino..... 6,893,935 1,862,826 1,744,119 Merced

9,619.004 1,200,134 1,687,342 Modoc

1,380,315

562,140

1,217,978 Mono

479,024 333,351 212,016 Monterey.

11,979,800 2,687,680 1,863,485 Napa ... 5,761,430 3,604,180

1,762,555 Nevada

2,713,900 2,636,965 1,046,800 Orange.

6,789,515 2,451,190 1,377,990 Placer

4,152,870

2,016,715 353,135 Plumas... 1,403,979

311,990 Riverside

6,213,261 3,435,125 1,133,760 Sacramento. 16,020,500 9,261,570

4,642,140 San Benito

4 124,150 947,065 914,500 San Bernardino.. 8,684,655 4,181,5501

1,323,620 San Diego...... 11,118,441 4,083,623

2,391,823 San Francisco.... 191,804,510 96,631,790 89 859,788 San Joaquin .... 19,600.504 6,542,634 3,769,322 San Luis Obispo. 8,133,632 1,635,841 1,910,701 San Mateo...... 8,632,895 3.584,225 1,952,795 Santa Barbara ...

9,093,647

2,703,615 1,601,795 Santa Clara........ 31,894,505 13,869,400

4,243,365 Santa Cruz....... 6,514,540 2,930,295 1,308,675 Shasta....

4,742,351 1,984,974 1,988,256 Sierra....

1,070,220 344,850 188,080 Siskiyou....

4,795,303 1,561,765 1,291,345 Solano..

10,919,982 3,918,782 1,923,852 Sonoma.

14,987,570 6,126,805 2,847,335 Stanislaus

7,592,585

1,428,255 1,669,130 Sutter.......

4,271,845 836,280 722,015 Tehama

6,389,235 1,715.550 1,929,990 Trinity.

747,871 438,564 290,764 Tulare...

9,500,020 2,433,491 1,970,482 Tuolumne

3,586,930 2,097,115 799,410 Ventura....

5,451 481 1,538,445 1,492,140 10,859,671 2,312,360

1,416,970 Yuba.

2,687,640 1,292,165 993,675

$89,771,005 $92,103,782 $1 25 -$1 65

300,828

317,508 4,641,489 4,618,830 13,879,046 14,174,591 I 45 - I 85 5,434,379

5.714,800 11,812,546 11,850,008 i 03 17,079,931 17,475,202 1 60 2,048,444 2,746,567 1 22 - I 50 4,039,566 4,243,585 1 89 - 2 20 30,770,729 32,049,386 1 35 1 65 10,007,218 10,330,877 1 13 - I 40 18,099,949

19,044,551 I 20 - I 60 1,885,336 2,000, 229

2 00 21,129,890 22,558,092 I II

I 40 7,565,903 7,871,294 1 09 - I 40 3,178,460 3,153.614 i 75

- 2 25 3,499,650 3743,520

1 85 103.328,904 118,266,624 i 20

I 80 6,289,942 6,469,885

2 25 12,108,904 12,292,947) I 19

- I 55 2,096,587 2,192,412 10,660,254 10,940,403 I 50 - 2 00 13,657,777 14,426,770 I 25 - I 60 3,003,805 3,216,423 i 50

I 85 1,137,276 1,071,641 18,016,456 18.772,749) 11,765,301 12,100,985 1 34 1 64

7,076,340 7,171,631 2 05 11,245,544 11,882,916 i 20 9,097,657 9,467,385 1 60

- I 95 2,093,004 2,256,279

2 00 12,248,709 13,498,385 1 50 - 2 00 34,346,017 35,018,484 +1 90 I 85 6,018,740 6,275,678 1 37 - I 70 16,416,149

18,687,923) 1 60 - 2 00 19,961,959 20,341,614 1 75 413,388,420 420,355,541 1 6082 32,023,372 33,307,767 I 20 12,313,984 13,078,101 i 33

173 14,484,957 14,937,522 I 205

I 77 13,969,868 15,276,271 I 45 1 85 51,920,963 51,990,152 I 04

I 44 11,222,967 11,540,781 i 50

- I 95 9,362,304 10 478,514 i 40 1,529,604 1,736,862 2 31

2 75 8,991,828 9,549,738 i 35 17,524,117 17,987,040 I 00

I 40 26,003,179 26,257,616 1 24 12,037,410 12,403,838 i 28 6,364,459 6,468,909

I 80 10,910,679 11,240,967 i 20

- I 50 1,567,998 1,502, 120 15,794,307 16,476,032 I 15

I 50 6,424 670 6,688,655 I 10 8,658,243 9,398,496 i 50 I 90 16,034,346 16,127,878 95

1 30 5,464,434 5,599,895 1 65 2 00

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454,166

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1 75

I 60

I 60 I 60

2 90

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Totals......... $690,974,783 $284,226,533 $200,164,271 $1,241,705,803 $1,290,750,465

Note-Where two rates of taxation are given, the lesser rate is that levied upon property situate within the limits of incorporated cities or towns, such property being exempt from road tax. Includes special school tax of 36.3 cents.

METEOROLOGICAL DATA OF SAN FRANCISCO.

THE ANNUAL RAINFALL.

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MEAN TEMPERATURE OF SAN FRANCISCO.

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MINERAL PRODUCTS BY COUNTIES The total valuation of the mineral products of California for the year 1901, amounted to $34,355,981, appportioned among the various counties as follows: Alameda.......... $786,366 Plumas....

$403,832 Alpine....... 27,747 Riverside.....

316,608 Amador 1,888,191 Sacramento.

302,882 Butte...... 879,767 San Benito......

255,219 Calaveras. 2,355,372 San Bernardino.

1,844,239 Colusa.....

115,107
San Diego........

514,522 Contra Costa. 101,900 San Francisco....

156,947 Del Norte 10,612 San Joaquin....

80,456 El Dorado. 347,263 San Luis Obispo..

116,083 Fresno.... 480,696 San Mateo......

15,725 Humboldt.. 108,425 Santa Barbara.

300,148 Inyo...... 668,618 Santa Clara..

421,150 Kern 2,423,918 Santa Cruz

195,779 Kings. 5,000 Shasta...

6,737,571 Lake......... 331,684 Sierra..

576,182 Lassen..... 6,100 Siskiyou...

1,067,451 Los Angeles.. 1,642,591 Solano..

12,600 Madera.... 400,825 Sonoma

173,147 Marin 128,227 Stanislaus.

29,169 Mariposa ........ 542,975 Tehama...

6,000 Mendocino... 10,720 Trinity.

752,280 Merced 12,453 Tulare.

69,526 Mono...... 522,911 Tuolumne..

1,710,171 Monterey

50,169
Ventura..

350,570 Napa.... 516,388 Yolo....

2,300 Nevada... 2,145,840 Yuba.....

189,754 Orange. 187,341 Unapportioned..

33,280 Placer.......

1,025,184

AUTHORITIES For facts furnished and assistance rendered in Elwood Mead, University of California, Berkeley; compiling this volume, credit is oue the following Professor Alexander McAdle, in Charge United authorities, in addition to those already noted else. States Weather Bureau, San Francisco; Out West where: The Officers and Members of the California Magazine, Los Angeles; G. A. Parkyns. A. G. F. & Promotion Committee : Harry Ellington Brook, Los P. A. Southern Pacific, Los Angeles; D. E. Perkins, Angeles; Colvin B. Brown, Secretary Chamber of Secreiary Board of Trade. Visalia; Pacific Oil Commerce, Stockton; W. A. Beard, Oroville; Pro. Reporter, San Francisco: R. X. Ryan, G. P. A. fessor Elmer E. Brown, University of California, California Northwestern Railway, San Francisco; Berkeley; J. F. Coope, Santa Cruz; B. L. Cad- Capt. A. F. Rodgers, United States Coast and Geowalader, Secretary Police Commissioners, San detic Survey. San Francisco ; James Sutton, RegFrancisco; Benj. W. Day, Chief Clerk United States ister University of California, Berkeley: San Fran. Miot, San Francisco; T.C Friedlander, Secretary

cisco Chronicle: Sausalito News; Supset MagaMerchants' Exchange, San Francisco; J. A Filcher, zine, San Francisco; Charles Howard Shinn ; Paul Secretary California State Board of Trade. San Shoup, San Jose ; Arthur A. Taylor, Santa Cruz; Francisco; Dr. R. M. Green, Oroville ; Mrs. Will S. William Thomas, San Francisco; Hon. Robert A. Green, Colusa ; H. K. Gregory, A. G. P. A., A. T. & Thompson, Santa Rosa ; Cress Upger, Chief Clerk, S. F. Ry., San Francisco; Geo. W. Heintz, G. P. A. Collector of Customs, San Francisco : Earle Ashley North Shore Railroad, San Francisco; Victor Hen. Walcott, San Francisco Esaminer; President Benj. derson, University of California, Berkeley, T. C. Ide Wheeler, University of California, Berkeley; Hocking, President Stanislaus County Board of Frank Wiggins, Secretary Chamber of Commerce, Trade, Modesto; Inyo Register, Bishop; J. J. Los Angeles; A. J. Wells, San Francisco; F E. Keegan, Secretary State Board of Horticulture, Wright, Secretary Sacramento Valley Development Sacramento; J. E. Locke. California Northwestern Association, Colusa; Harry L. Wells, San Jose ; Railway, San Francisco; J. W. McCarthy, Secre. Passenger Departments Southern Pacific and Atchi. tary Fire Commissioners, San Francisco; Professor son, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroads.

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BOOKS ABOUT CALIFORNIA Among many books written concerning California, Graham ; " Southern California," by Theodore S. the following may be listed as of special interest to Van Dyke; "Stanford Stories," by Charles K. those desiring to learn of the State's resources and

Field and Will Irwin; “For the Blue and Gold,” characteristics, both material and romantic:

by Joy Lichtenstein; “California and the Cali.

fornians" and "Knight and Barbara," by David "Ramona," by Helen Hunt Jackson ; " Under the Starr Jordan; “Autobiography of a Grizzly," by Redwoods," "A Ward of the Golden Gate," "A Ernest Seton Thompson; * The Black Curtain,'' by Sappho of Green Springs," by Bret Harte; “ The Flora Haines Loughead; "A Summer in a Canyon, Californians," "Los Cerritos" and "Before the by Kate Douglas Wiggio: "History of California," Gringo Came," by Gertrude Atherton; "The Remit. by Theodore Hittell; “History of the Pacific Coast tance Man," by Beatrice Harraden; "John States," by H. H. Bancroft ; "She of the West, Charity" and Quicksands of Pactolus," by Hor. by Bailey Millard ; “The Little Lady of Laguace Annesley Vachell ; " Blix,” “MacTeague' and nitis," bý Richard Henry Savage ; “Bird Notes "The Octopus," by Frank Norris ; "In the Foot. Afield" and “San Francisco and Thereabout," by steps of the Padres," by Charles Warren Stoddard ; Charles Keeler; “The Johnstown Stage," by Robert • The Picaroons,"by Gelett Burgess and Will Irwin; Howe Fletcher: “On the Trail of a Spanish Pio"Stories of the Foothills," by Margaret Collier neer," by Dr. Elliott Coues.

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Index-California To-Day.

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Alameda County.

131-133
Allalla....

98-162
Almonds, Sacramento Valley-illustration... 60
Alpine County.

160
Amador County.

74-107
Army Transport-Illustration.

29-35
Asparagus Growing on Bouldin Island-illus-
tration...

81
Assessed Valuation, Table of

187
Asti Wine Tauk....
Authorities, California Today.

190
Berkeley Oaks-Illustration..

21
Beet Sugar Factory at Spreckels--illustration 185
Big Basin, The..

152
Blossom Season, Santa Clara Valley

112
Bohemia Grove

114
Books About California

190
Bret Harte's Country

107
Buhach.....

94
Building a Warship-illustration..

46
Bully Hill Mine Shipment-illustration..

105
Burlingame..

140
Butte County

51-65
Calaveras County.

107
California Polytechnic School..

156
California Promotion Committee

7-8-12-20
Celery

183
Chemistry Building. State University-illus-
tration...

132
Cloverdale

115
Colgate, Electric Power House--illustration... 167
Colusa County

52-58-59-61
Combined Harvester

83
Combined Harvester in action-illustration, 92
Contra Costa County

137
Counties of California.

186-187
Dairying in Marin County--illustration. 110
Dairying in San Joaquin-illustration.

99
Dairying..

90-98
Del Monte, Hotel.

153
Del Norte County

111
Delta Lands of San Joaquin Valley

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Educational Features.

19-81
Eel River Valley.

124
El Dorado County.

52-61
Electric Power Development. 47-51-62-76-78-115
Farm Labor

21-69
Figs....

98
Flower Growing

140
Fresno County.

94-96-98-100
Fresno, City of

104
Fresno's Shaded Highways, One of-illustra.
tion...

95
Gleon County.

52
Glenwood Hotel.

180
Gold Discovery

30
Golden Gate, The.

32
Gold Output.

12-32
Gold Dredging

62
Gold Ridge Country. The.

118
Goll, The Winter Sport,

13-14
Grain Sheds, San Francisco-illustration

50
Healdsburg

115
Hearst, Mrs. Phoebe A

39
Hollister, City of .

158
Hopfield Vista-illustration,

116
Howell Mountain

112
Humboldt County.

130
Independence Lake.

164
Introduction (Chapter I).

10-21
Inyo County

164-169
Irrigating Olive Orchard-illustration.

103
Irrigation in San Joaquin Valley.

78-88-95
Jordan. David Starr.
Kern County...

74 - 105-107
Kings County
Klamath River, Headwaters-illustration.

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Korea, Pacifio Mail Steamship-illustration... 37
La Grange Dam.

78
Lake County

127-129
Lakeport..

129
Lake Tahoe

70
Lassen County

160-164
Lick Obseryatory

146
Logging in Humboldt-illustration

127
Los Angeles.

171-172-176
Annual Rainfall.

189
Bank Clearings.

173
Population...

172
Temperature

176-189
Lumbering Industries

64-102
Madera County

74
Mare Island Navy Yard.

64
Market Street, San Francisco-illustration.. 22-48
Marin County.

121-127
Mariposa County,

107
Marshall, James W., Discoverer of Gold

30
Mendocino County.

130
Merced County..

91-93
Mills College

134
Mineral Product by Counties

190
Mineral Springs

16
Mineral Output.

61-62-107-166
Minietta, Mines of

166
Mining Building, State University-illustra-
tion.

136
Mirror Lake, Yosemite-illustration,

11
Mission San Antonio

154
Missiou Dolores, Founding of

28
Modesto, City of
Modoc County

160
Mono County

159-164-166
Monterey County

153
Mountain Counties (Chapter VII)

159-168
Mountains, Wonders of the.

16
Mt. Lowe.

178
Mi. Shasta

54
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2
Mt. St. Helena

117
Mt. l'amalpais.

124-126
Mt. Whitney.

105-164
Napa County

114
Nevada County

61
New Almaden Quicksilver Mines.

148
Nob Hill, San Francisco-illustration,

33
North Coast Company's (Chapter 1).. 111-130
Oakland, City of...

131-133-134
Orange Boxing near Los Angeles-illustra-
tion.

170
Orange County

171
Orange Culture.

66-87-98
Orange Grove, Riverside County - illustra-
tion...

185
Oranges, Shipments of

12-65-179
Orchard Home-illustration

18
Orchard near Sebastopol-illustration,

119
Oroville Citrus Ass'n.

55
Oroville Olive Culturo.

66
Oroville Orange Grove--illustration

53
Owens Valley.

168-169
Pacific Grove.

154
Palm Springs...

182
Palm Tree, Butte County-illustration

57
Paso Robles, Hotel and Hot Springs.

156
Pasadena, City of

178
Peach Drying in Sacramento Valley-illustra-
tion,...

67
Peach Drying in Stanislaus County-illustra-
tion...

88
Pears of Santa Clara-illustration.

155
Petaluma. Town of

123
Petaluma Poultry Farm-illustration

113
Petroleum, Production of..

47-102-105-107
Picking Olives-Illustration

106

19-41

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