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Prohibits TIDE OR BEACH waste of crude petro- LANDS FOR MINER- leum oil; defines waste AL AND OIL PRO- as including physical DUCTION. 631 1.015 15.447 3,018 1.303 , 1.978 366.416 4.471 1.055 141 5.005 3.144 1.809 I 7. r .7 580 « 'ota'I regis- tered 217,557 71 3,108 14,748 ; ,; / ; 2,699 3.510 29,525 1,855 3,575 52,394 %&$ 19,207 15,668 2,343 30,646 6,996 3,270 4,493 1,040,644 4,799 16,896 1,828 9,825 10,876 2,294 439 14,427 9,687 4,947 54,320 9,239 2,519 29,385 58,231 4,239 53,743 97,183 214,883 30,501 10,^88 35,411 24,940 00,204 12,967 5,465 1,036 , , #,080 14,519 27,934 18,332 3,930 6,278 1,290 25,151 3.(173 18,801 7,378 4,637 2,377,143 Voting precincts 824 5 25 , 118 33 27 155 19 37 247 34 112 60 ; 33, .'205 48 28 43 3,278 :$ 95 21 91 62 24 51 ,42 ,244 '61 ' 27 156 263 ■? 4th Congressional District — San Francisco 5th Congressional District — San Francisco 6th Congressional District — Alameda Contra Costa Total vote 6th Congressional District.

AHK - 6 1984 fi OOM SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY REFERENCE BOOK Not to be taken from the Libemf OCUMENTS DEPARTMENT SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1223 04140 2661 Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant Statement of the Vote of California AT THE Special Election held May 3, 1932 ON Referendum Measures COMPILED BY FRANK C. SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 95487 CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE HARRY HAMMOND, STATE PRINTER SACRAMENTO. 10th Congressional District — Kern San Luis Obispo - Santa Barbara Tulare Ventura Total vote 10th Congressional District 11th Congressional District- Los Angeles 12th Congressional District — Los Angeles. 13th Congressional District — Los Angeles 14th Congressional District — Los Angeles 15th Congressional District — Los Angeles 16th Congressional District — Los Angeles 17th Congressional District — Los Angeles 18th Congressional District — Los Angeles 19th Congressional District — Orange Riverside _. Grand total 15 995 266 1,879 3,487 1,027 7,654 11,063 1,498 1,072 1,735 3,297 18,665 5,606 1,033 1,279 4,303 927 13,148 5,511 4,356 6,884 5,265 6,672 6,759 5,431 5,683 2,321 1,283 3,594 7,198 763 7,919 8,682 173,290 16 995 266 1,878 3,486 1,021 7,646 11,060 1,499 1,072 1,735 3,298 18,664 5,606 1,033 1,277 4,303 926 17 996 266 1,876 3,485 1,025 7,648 11,060 1,498 1,073 1,737 3,299 13,145 5,504 4,345 6,873 5,257 6,662 6,745 5,424 5,679 2,320 1,282 3,594 7,196 762 7,916 8,678 173,167 18,667 5,646 1,032 1,277 4,307 928 13,190 5,505 4,352 6,875 5,258 6,663 6,748 5,425 5,680 2,320 1,282 3,600 7,202 762 7,915 8,677 173,197 18 995 266 1,878 3,487 1,027 7,653 11,058 1,499 1,073 1,736 3,299 19 995 266 1,878 3,485 1,027 18,665 5,649 1,032 1,277 4,303 926 13,187 5,510 4,349 6,879 5,258 6,658 6,748 5,422 5,682 2,320 1,283 3,602 7,205 762 7,920 8,682 173,257 7,651 11,059 1,498 1,072 1,735 3,296 20 995 266 1,877 3,485 1,026 18,660 5,644 1,032 1,276 4,306 927 13,185 5,511 4,348 6,872 5,261 6,662 6,747 5,428 5,680 2,321 1,284 3,598 7,203 762 7,921 8,683 173,148 7,649 11,058 1,499 1,072 1,734 3,297 18,660 5,647 1,032 1,276 4,302 927 13,184 5,507 4,345 6,876 5,257 6,659 6,748 5,427 5,678 2319 1,282 3,598 7,199 763 7,922 21 995 266 1,880 3,486 1,026 7,653 11,062 1,498 1,072 1,736 3,297 18,665 5,648 1,032 1,277 4,306 928 13,191 5,507 4,354 7,879 5,260 6,664 6,750 4,425 5,682 2,320 1,282 3,602 7,204 764 7,924 8,685 173,121 8,688 173,181 24 STATEMENT OF ALL VOTES POLLED AT THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION HELD MAY 3, 1932 Delegates to National Convention (Democratic) Pref erring- Franklin D.

1932 REGISTRATION, VOTING PRECINCTS AND TOTAL Counties Republican Democratic Socialist 145,986 45 1,685 8,376 1,672 1,700 19,112 1,144 1,950 27,461 2,286 14,266 7,114 1,232 14,230 3,670 1,881 2,323 588,205 2,488 11,368 913 6,302 6,107 1.194 287 8,926 6,402 3,000 34,578 5,225 1,221 18,974 33,000 2,512 31,057 57,955 122,541 18,300 6,025 23,028 15,020 40,473 8,248 3,087 526 4,308 8,397 17,369 11,129 2,214 3,835 724 14,008 1,932 11,022 4.100 2.755 62,352 19 1,387 5,878 970 1,738 9,748 664 1,503 22,223 1,602 4,235 7,631 1,015 15,447 3,015 1,293 1,978 365,415 2,242 4.942 856 3,271 4,471 1,055 141 5,005 3,144 1,809 17,602 3,774 1,208 9,059 24,034 1,575 19,108 33,537 87,481 11,756 4,253 10,861 8,382 18,268 4.384 2,198 494 3,564 5,816 9,594 6,659 1,653 2,229 508 10,390 1,678 7,162 3,168 1,820 1,256 9 2 Butte 100 23 1 117 Del Norte . San Bernardino Total vote 19th Congressional District . Roosevelt — Continued Election returns by congressional districts 1 63' B es w g SO 1 6 27 28 2,360 763 210 559 1,375 326 952 632 2,461 747 708 2,360 764 210 559 1,375 326 953 632 2,457 747 706 2,361 762 211 558 1,374 327 952 632 2,457 747 706 2,360 2 762 210 558 1,376 1 325 953 633 2,458 2 747 706 ,361 762 210 559 ,374 326 952 632 ,459 747 707 2,360 762 209 558 1,373 325 952 632 2,459 747 706 2,360 762 210 Glenn .

ting waste by excessive production to desist therefrom; authorizes injunctions against vio- lating commission's or- ders and provides for closing wells pending court order. 299 1,062 509 717 2,922 14,449 8,955 7,591 4,386 31,593 19,604 14,153 367 1,825 1,045 998 San Rernar Hinn 4,252 26,936 16,630 13,120 7,050 41,139 16,618 28,854 42,251 2,695 89,498 18,366 57,912 10,987 60,991 9,059 1,215 6,087 3,930 2,969 5,250 3,440 8,789 1,629 392 113 764 1,491 2,590 1,197 275 275 117 1,665 376 3,617 505 339 12,454 11,333 26,697 6,886 2,586 533 3,991 7,166 11.808 11,942 2,460 3,377 546 13,672 1,798 7,993 4,433 2,317 7,858 . Office of Secretary of State of the State of California, Sacramento, California. Jordan, Secretary of State of the State of California, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement of the result of the vote cast in the State of California at the special election held on the third day of May, A. 1932, in so far as said statement relates to votes cast for two measures submitted to vote of electors by referendum petition, and I hereby make official declaration of this statement of the vote thereof. JORDAN Secretary of State CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE HARRY HAMMOND, STATE PRINTER SACRAMENTO.

9,256 16,802 4,172 1,125 224 2,077 3,611 5,062 7,457 1,051 1,383 219 9,148 1,058 7,436 2,267 1,121 8,077 4,935 16,583 3,905 Shasta -.- 1,600 359 2,404 4,456 8,119 4,959 Sutter . Ix Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the State of California, at office in Sacramento, this eleventh day of June, A. 1932 1 / , — 3 — REGISTRATION, VOTING PRECINCTS, AND TOTAL VOTE CAST AT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION HELD MAY 3, 1932 Counties ^meda »ine.

27,421 Contra Costa 9,927 Total vote 6th Congressional District 37,319 40,408 37,349 40,430 37,323 40,412 37,350 40,409 37,447 40,463 37,324 40,392 37,348 7th Congressional District — Alameda 40,407 — 13 — STATEMENT OF ALL VOTES POLLED AT THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION HELD MAY 3, 1932 Delegates to National Convention (Republican) Preferring Herbert Hoover— Continued Election returns by congressional districts 8 th Congressional District — Monterey San Benito .-- San Mateo - ._ . Riverside San Bernardino Total vote 19th Congressional District 20th Congressional District- Imperial San Diego Total vote 20th Congressional District Grand total..

10th Congressional District — Kern San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Tulare Ventura Total vote 10th Congressional District 11th Congressional District- Los Angeles 12th Congressional District — Los Angeles 13th Congressional District- Los Angeles 14th Congressional District — Los Angeles 15th Congressional District — Los Angeles 16th Congressional District — Los Angeles 17th Congressional District — Los Angeles 18th Congressional District— Los Angeles 19th Congressional District — Orange... In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of California, at office in Sacramento, this fourteenth day of December, A. JORDAN Secretary of State CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE HARRY HAMMOND, STATE PRINTER SACRAMENTO. VOTING PRECINCTS AND TOTAL VOTE CAST AT SPECIAL ELECTION, JUNE 27, 1933 Counties Total registered Voting precincts Total vote cast Alameda Alpine..

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Yuba 632 2,458 747 708 11,093 6 507 240 673 121 717 143 483 30 678 1,878 447 878 234 1,338 821 129 546 11,089 6 507 240 674 121 717 143 484 30 676 1,881 447 878 233 1,338 821 129 547 11,087 1 6 507 240 673 122 717 143 483 30 676 1,877 447 878 233 1,338 821 129 546 1,088 11 6 507 240 673 122 716 143 483 30 676 1,878 1 447 878 233 1,338 1 821 129 545 ,089 6 507 240 673 121 716 143 483 30 676 ,877 447 878 233 ,338 821 129 546 11,083 6 507 240 673 121 716 143 483 30 679 1,878 447 878 233 1,338 821 129 546 11,088 6 507 240 673 2d Congressional District — Alpine . 20th Congressional District — Imperial San Diego Total vote 20th Congressional District. 11,427 Mendocino -• 5,964 38 Totals 18,654 38 Second Assembly District — Albert F. ) Scattering Colusa 1,893 1,795 Glenn 1,855 2,134 Tehama 2,860 2,353 Yolo 2,766 5,037 Totals 9,374 11,319 Fourth Assembly District — J. Crowley Counties ' (Rep., Dem.) Scattering Lake 2,571 5 Napa 6,473 Solano 10,910 Totals 19,954 5 Sixth Assembly District — Jesse M. ) Scattering Marin 10,815 14 Sonoma 17,989 17 Totals 28,804 31 Eighth Assembly District — Roy. Anglim County (Dem., Rep.) Scattering Contra Costa 19,772 118 Eleventh Assembly District — F. Tll OEP County (Rep.) Scattering San Joaquin 10,808 75 Thirteenth Assembly District — Win. Counties Yes No Alameda 47,011 111,239 Alpine 22 49 Amador 465 1,4X7 Butte 3,699 7,244 Calaveras 391 1,245 Colusa 1,093 1,834 Contra Costa 5„992 15,162 Del Norte 340 1.057 El Dorado 1,202 1,719 Fresno 11,919 25,276 Glenn 1,402 2,032 Humboldt 3,461 9,73s Imperial 4,512 3,863 Inyo 447 967 Kern 6,555 14,013 Kings 1,769 3,868 Lake 1,169 1,674 Lassen 1, S23 1,491 Los Angeles 242,41s 479,972 Madera 1,212 2,384 Marin 2,920 9,697 Mariposa 552 801 Mendocino 2,867 4,192 Merced 3,661 4,389 Modoc S39 943 Mono 163 219 Monterey 5,544 7,142 Napa 2,992 4,006 Nevada 1,856 1,910 Orange 11,605 25,851 Placer 2,048 1,308 Plumas 514 1,250 Riverside 7,537 13,709 Sacramento 9, S07 27,740 San Benito 1,048 1,942 San Bernardino 25,402 15,846 San Diego 28,071 37,845 San Francisco 31,392 126,665 San Joaquin 8,219 18,339 San Luis Obispo 4,650 4,531 San Mateo 5,580 19,359 Santa Barbara 5,329 12,418 Santa Clara 9,553 35,292 Santa Cruz 4,984 7,367 Shasta 1,673 2,449 Sierra 190 536 Siskiyou 2,506 3,990 Solano 3,428 7,352 Sonoma 7,358 11,927 Stanislaus 5,124 11,653 Sutter 1,712 2,291 Tehama 1,910 2,372 Trinity 361 662 Tulare 6,862 11,639 Tuolumne 527 2,023 Ventura 3,878 9,294 Yolo 2,177 4,016 Xuba 997 2,170 Totals 552,738 1,144,449 10 AUTHORIZING CITY OF ESCONDIDO TO HOLD STOCK IN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY. Yes No 96,764 38,105 32 26 897 634 5,197 2,956 791 429 1,30S 794 11,851 5,323 812 268 1,440 668. Grants to City of Huntington Beach tide and submerged lands situated within present boundaries of said city. Provides that City of Glendale, in Los Angeles County, when authorized by majority vote at election therefor, may pay from sur- plus of its public service department to owners of property at time of such authorization the amount of any as- sessment for replacement of water mains levied upon such property be- tween May 11, 1921, and ratification of this amendment, and that no statute of limitations shall apply thereto. Question submitted to electors by Legislature as follows: 1.

11th Congressional District — Los Angeles 12th Congressional District — Los Angeles 13th Congressional District — Los Angeles 14th Congressional District- Los Angeles 15th Congressional District- Los Angeles 16th Congressional District — Los Angeles 17th Congressional District — Los Angeles 18th Congressional District — Los Angeles 19th Congressional District — Orange Riverside San Bernardino Total vote 19th Congressional District. Difani Kimmerle (Rep.) (Dem.) Riverside 15.546 8,824 Thirty-ninth Senatorial District — Ben Hulse v. Burns Counties (Bep.) Scattering Del Norte 1,263 Humboldt _. ) Scattering Butte 10,287 Sutter 3,490 Yuba 2,969 4 Totals 16,746 4 Fifth Assembly District — Ernest C. Wilkie County (Rep., Dem.) (Liberty) Scattering Sacramento 25,789 2,052 14 Ninth Assembly District — Percy G. Desmond County (Rep.) (Dem.) Scattering Sacramento — 9.842 8.190 Tenth Assembly District — Clifford C. Rep.) Scattering San Joaquin 13,166 26 Twelfth Assembly District — .lames E. Cassidy County (Rep.) (Dem.) Scattering Alameda 11,516 13,605 Fourteenth Assembly District — William F. Knowland Mclnnis County (Rep.) (Dem.) Scattering Alameda 14,473 12,932 Fifteenth Assembly District — William W. Dem.) Scattering Alameda 20,864 Sixteenth Assembly District — Eugene W. Requires district apply to teachers' salaries seventy-five per cent of State moneys received for ele- mentary schools and seventy per cent of that received for secondary schools, unless it expends therefor seventy per- cent of maintenance budget less aux- iliary expenses. Authorizes City of Escondido, California, for purpose of supplying water for public or municipal pur- poses or for use of its inhabitants, to acquire and hold shares of capital stock of mutual water company or cor- poration; declares such holding shall entitle city to all rights, powers and privileges, and subject it to obliga- tions and liabilities, given or imposed by law to or upon other holders of stock in said corporation. _ Santa Clara Santa Cruz Shasta Sierra Siskiyou Solano Sonoma Stanislaus Sutter Tehama Trinity Tulare Tuolumne Ventura Yolo Yuba Totals DIVERTING GASOLINE TAX FUNDS FOR BIENNIUM ENDING JUNE 30, 1933.

Roosevelt — Continued Election returns by congressional districts 8th Congressional District — Monterey San Benito San Mateo Santa Clara Santa Cruz Total vote 8th Congressional District. Bowman County (Rep.) (Dem.) Scattering Los Angeles 13.258 12,879 3 Seventy-second Assembly District — Hobart Godfrey B. ) Scattering San Bernardino 10,570 8,336 Seventy-fourth Assembly District — James B. Counties Yes No Alameda 32,192 140,982 Alpine 23 37 Amador 393 1,758 Butte 2,051 10,358 Calaveras 343 1,527 Colusa 734 2,335 Contra Costa 4,367 18,876 Del Norte 346 1,145 El Dorado 766 2,295 Fresno 7,745 31,222 Glenn 776 2,792 Humboldt 2,058 10,835 Imperial 3,665 5,515 Inyo 433 1,075 Kern 4,761 16,601 Kings 1,531 4,449 Lake 719 2,178 Lassen 700 2,430 Los Angeles 257,423 560,612 Madera 928 2,860 Marin 2,233 11,553 Mariposa 490 887 Mendocino 1,597 5,404 Merced 2,181 6,160 Modoc 448 1,340 Mono 137 213 Monterey 2,803 9,901 Napa 1,376 5,818 Nevada 747 2,933 Orange 9,135 32,999 Placer 1,069 5,800 Plumas 388 1,451 Riverside 5,575 18,077 Sacramento 7,248 ' 35,003 San Benito 791 2,301 San Bernardino 10,708 31,336 San Diego 24,213 47,480 San Francisco 36,936 133,467 San Joaquin 6,811 23,425 San Luis Obispo 2,545 6,893 San Mateo 4,294 24,053 Santa Barbara 3,770 16,431 Santa Clara 6,617 41,909 Santa Cruz 2,060 10,786 Shasta 1,236 3,006 Sierra 142 552 Siskiyou 1,804 4,559 Solano 1,925 9,662 Sonoma 4,487 16,610 Stanislaus 4,798 13,521 Sutter 941 3,376 Tehama 1,003 3,640 Trinity 269 720 Tulare 5,334 14,168 Tuolumne 565 2,226 Ventura 4,093 10,679 Yolo 1,417 5,199 Yuba 790 2,678 Totals 484,930 1,386,098 REMOVING RESTRICTION UPON USE OF STATE'S HALF OF HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION TAXES. Yes 36,675 13 457 3,301 360 759 4,733 227 714 8,094 983 2,221 3,730 469 4,956 1,082 720 757 274,958 914 2,263 335 1,814 2,197 386 132 3,296 1,336 841 13,452 1,454 412 8,117 9,169 653 14,606 27,731 45,058 6,374 3,099 5,215 5,147 13,317 2,482 1,087 142 1,654 2,106 3,959 3,673 818 1,352 219 6,746 533 4,732 1,568 624 544,222 No 121,070 53 1,523 7,032 1,283 2,043 16,425 1,184 1,981 27,394 2,181 10,123 4,419 945 14,461 4,386 2,001 2,163 412,822 2,534 10,860 964 4,660 5,304 1,296 192 8,541 5,354 2,686 23,073 4,917 1,437 12,178 28,202 2,118 21,433 32,977 123,961 20,349 5,096 20,977 11,697 31,665 9,343 2,885 565 4,490 8,985 14,922 12,378 3,040 2,785 805 10,866 2,046 7,821 4,457 2,543 1,103,891 41 — PROPOSITIONS, CONSTITUTIONAL MEASURES- AMENDMENTS -Continued AND INITIATIVE 5 RACING. Creates California Racing Board, consisting of three members, appointed tjy Gov- ernor, empowered to regulate and li- cense racing and wagering, within race track enclosure, by system known as Certificate System ; limits racing period at each track ; requires all fees collected by board be paid into Cali- fornia Itacing Board Fund, appropri- ating Thirty Thousand Dollars thereof annually for payment of salaries and expenses of members of Board and its appointees, and annually dividing bal- ance thereof between Veterans' Wel- fare Board and State Board of Agri- culture; authorizes licenses for limited periods at county fairs or agricultural exhibits. Exempts from taxa- tion property to the amount of $1,000 of every resident of this State who served in the army, navy, marine corps or revenue marine service of the United States in time of war and has thereafter continued in such serv- ice, provided such person or his wife does not own property of the value of $5,000 or more, Yes No 67,340 103,277 46 26 1,048 1,089 4,200 7,213 915 853 1,379 1,599 10,365 12,837 604 911 1,356 1,636 19,487 19,232 1,190 2,245 4,909 8,036 5,162 4,117 870 692 11,866 9,560 2,860 3,172 1,061 1,847 1,428 1,767 467,594 314,269 1,880 1,919 5,367 8,380 663 747 2,771 4,305 3,811 4,327 716 1,090 257 139 5,470 7,208 2,916 4,552 1,969 1,930 18,876 21,680 3,315 3,480 981 924 8,037 14,647 22,326 18,766 955 1,919 16,150 23,972 33,161 37,346 72,585 96,398 15,134 13,981 4,258 4,970 11,915 15,944 9,185 9,745 15,615 32,306 3,367 9,235 1,878 2,313 371 359 3,344 3,345 5,118 6,518 8,228 11,828 8,220 9,188 1,870 2,239 1,759 2,740 494 565 8,457 11,022 1,421 1,436 6,820 7,518 3,007 3,553 1,701 1,651 918,048 898,563 — 42 PROPOSITIONS, CONSTITUTIONAL MEASURES- AMENDMENTS -Continued AND INITIATIVE 8 LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES. Counties Yes No Alameda 23,615 124,198 Alpine 31 30 Amador 31G 1,425 Butte 1,187 8,290 Calaveras 286 1.16S Colusa 397 2,102 Contra Costa 3,208 15,888 Del Norte 177 1,097 El Dorado 424 2,00S Fresno 4,007 29,660 Glenn 510 2,385 Humboldt 1,279 10,088 Imperial 2,095 5,362 Inyo 324 865 Kern 2,924 15,263 Kings 527 4,577 Lake 490 ■ 1,972 Lassen 432 2,107 Los Angeles 134,553 527,051 Madera 429 2,718 Marin 1,683 10,052 Mariposa 188 892 Mendocino 985 4,914 Merced 920 6,184 Modoc* 32S 1,197 Mono 7.9 217 Monterey 1.836 8,910 Napa 884 5,330 Nevada 505 2,677 Orange 5,421 29,605 Placer 802 5,007 Plumas 372 1,150 Riverside 2,776 16,879 Sacramento 5,235 30,905 San Benito 251 2,231 San Bernardino 6,941 27,660 San Diego 12. Requires proponents of any initiative or referendum petition, before circulating same for signatures, submit draft thereof to Attorney Gen- eral with written request that he pre- pare therefor a title and summary in not to exceed one hundred words, such request to be preserved by him until after next election. S S 5 a, Cl, K go co S'l O e c a c c rt rt c5 c5 rt CO to GO GO GO fl CQOO ~ n rj n r d a c "5 n r5 « « C5J3 co co co a.' co « ? C C3 -*J 2 c C3 *3 "3 (t»'u3 p — 10 — 6 Is &J2 ° 5 S3 -13 c G — a § - CO CM *C3 -H^MOt* oi *-i OO *0 CM OO O -^ W5 CM CO ^H^H CO t-H 00 t-H i-Ht-^ ^T 3 ^ CM l O OO Oi COOi O^ CO r~ CM *c* OO CM CO CO CO CO CM CO CM r-i T^OOt^^H^ OO H^Mifl O CO ~H Oi^cf HCMUOOO CBOOiflm CO r~ CD CM CM CD l OO^ HMOIH^ *— t— co id o oo i O COCO OO CO c ) t-t CM i Ct co I s - as oo io w b f *- _ 5,2.2 2 ~ E ^ ss e3 X c3 o'S'a^ a be a a" w S « « 08. S3 o o -3 cocgcccgcg — 12 — CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AND PROPOSITIONS Counties TAXATION. Regulates taxation of banks and insurance companies. Yes No Yes No Alameda Alpine 60,597 35 1,040 3,866 833 1,341 8,953 527 1,396 15,162 1,269 5,100 2,897 513 8,030 2,008 1,036 1,114 305,489 1,369 5,797 446 2,520 3,874 672 146 4,946 3,203 1,801 18,070 3,442 860 10,042 21,876 2,062 19,597 24,177 81,787 13,377 3,871 11,867 6,906 18,975 4,295 1,793 273 2,439 4,752 7,670 6,911 1,501 1,651 326 7,200 1,096 5,561 3,055 1,272 30,337 8 335 1,559 257 455 4,047 251 414 3,846 572 2,280 779 190 3,346 685 531 378 85,147 460 2,342 151 1,670 929 330 67 1,929 1,591 480 6,858 805' 198 3,122 3,397 387 4,591 13,300 33,959 3,980 1,476 3,819 2,459 8,928 2,916 670 168 993 1,853 3,938 1,818 521 706 178 2,333 466 1,493 906 457 57,130 22 1,049 3,606 869 1,315 8,979 545 1,387 15,146 1,385 5,440 2,961 545 7,957 1,951 1,171 1,135 287,401 1,385 5,875 489 2,284 3,971 742 161 5,302 2,621 1,741 14,554 3,117 867 9,691 20,824 1,121 18,167 23,480 79,331 13,237 4,145 11,289 6,857 16,714 4,011 1,822 278 2,623 4,831 8,094 7,305 1,338 1,693 337 7,033 1,153 5,631 3,002 1,076 37,130 28 420 Butte 2,202 354 620 4,803 353 529 4,873 661 2,565 1,013 255 4,535 930 594 489 Los Angeles . 207 1,120 2,202 4,534 Stanislaus _,_ Sutter 2,250 857 839 Trinity 221 3,141 634 1,960 Yolo ..