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required, at their own expense, and to build so much of the outer half of Steuart street of a width of seventy-five feet by four hundred and seventy feet in length, as is not already built, and at the end of three years return the same to the State in good condition.

A portion of the easterly line of Sansome, and the northerly line of Chestnut streets, to T. Friedlander, for five hundred and forty dollars per month

A portion of the northerly line of Lombard street, and the easterly line of Battery street, to W. A. Green and A. J. McCabe, for one hundred and fifty dollars per month.

A portion of the northerly line of Greenwich, and of the easterly line of Front streets, to L. B. Edwards and L. P. Sage, for one hundred and forty dollars per month.

The Commissioners have also renewed the ferry lease of Charles Minturn for a portion of the outer half of Davis street, between Vallejo and Broadway Wharves.

The obligations of the lessees to the State are in each case secured by ample and responsible bonds.

The sum expended for repairs demanded by urgent necessity for the two years embraced in this report, is (for details of this expenditure see financial statement;) a further, but very moderate outlay will place all of the wharves and the portions of the water front now built upon in good condition.

The Commissioners estimate the revenue of the next two years as follows: net monthly receipts from November first, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, to November first, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, twenty thousand dollars per month; of which sum of two hundred and forty thousand dollars per annum, sixty-six and two thirds per cent. can be remitted to the credit of the Harbor Protection Fund, and the remainder, thirty-three and one third per cent., to the credit of the Wharf and Dock Fund, to be drawn upon to pay for any dredging or wharf improvements that

may

be required. Respectfully submitted.

C. L. TAYLOR,
S. S. TILTON,
JAMES LAIDLEY.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

R E CEI P T S

From November 4, 1865, to November 4, 1867.

Clay Street Wharf.......
Jackson Street Wharf.....
Washington Street Wharf..
Mission Street Wharf....
Vallejo Street Wharf.
North Point Wharf...
Folsom Street Wharf...
Howard Street Wharf.
*Pacific Street Wharf.......
* Broadway Wharf....
*Commercial Street Wharf...
*Market Street Wharf.....
East street water front (north of Market st.)...
East street water front (Market to Folsom st)..
Main street Wharf.........
Front street (portion of).........
Steuart Street......
Spear and Bryant streets (portion of).....
+Oakland and San Antonio Steam Navigation Company.
Vallejo street water front (Davis to Front st.).....
Davis Street (portion of water front on)........
Dry Dock Company....
Pacific Mail Steamship Company
Battery street (portion of).....
Alameda Ferry Company
Pacific Street Wharf..
Market Street Wharf..
Broadway Wharf...
Commercial Street Wharf.

$30,538 05 26.085 65 18,606 30 69,973 25 72,773 25 16,253 15 47.750 00 42,968 22 20,010 00 18,000 00

7,360 97 18,241 60 14,478 55 32,912 00 6,000 00 1,313 00 3,207 25 4,053 75 5,538 97 6,900 00

240 00 1.200 00 12,500 00

150 00

214 95 15,000 00 15,000 00 15,000 00 5,000 00

Total revenue from wbarves......

$527,268 91

Receipts for eight months since termination of suits.

+ This includes the amount of $3,338 97 collected by the Board since the purchase of the premises on the twenty-ninth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, since which time it has been known as “La Rue's Wharf.”

I The items marked thus were received in currency in the settlement of the suits with said companies. (See report of E. Tompkins, Esq., special counsel to Board.)

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