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Street laws of California, 1893  

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The general street law of California, approved March 18, 1855; as amended in 1889, 1891 and 1893...


San Francisco

George Spaulding & Co., Book and Job Printers



90 pp. 23x15 cm (9x6"), original printed wrappers.

Street laws and regulations of California as the earliest automobiles were just appearing. Includes laws for changing street grades, acts for providing shade trees and hedges, etc. OCLC lists ten copies.

The title continues: "...: also the street improvement bond act of 1893 : the act of 1893, for changing street grades : the act providing for shade trees, hedges, etc., in city streets : the act of 1889 for laying out, opening, closing up, etc., streets in all cities : the act of 1893 for laying out. opening, closing up, etc. streets in cities of 40,000 or more inhabitants : and the sanitary district act of 1891, as amended in 1893. With indexes and annotations by a Member of the California Bar."

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Darkening to wrappers, some small chips at edges; very good.

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