Excerpt from Transactions of the California State Agricultural Society During the Year 1883
Section 1. The State Capitol Commissioners shall, within ninety days after the passage of this Act, select and set aside not less than four hundred feet square of land in the State Capitol grounds, easterly from the State Capitol, for the purpose of erecting thereon a building to be known and used as hereafter provided.
Sec. 2. The State Board of Agriculture is hereby authorized to erect on the land set aside as provided for in section one, a building to be known as the State Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition Building, to be used by them for State exhibitions of the industries and industrial products of the State, and for the safe keeping and preservation of agricultural, mechanical, mining, and other specimens, products, and models Of the several branches of industry; provided, that said building, when completed, shall not cost in its construction exceeding the sum of eighty thousand dollars.
Sec. 3. The general form and plan of said building shall be submitted to and approved by the State Capitol Commissioners and the State Board of Agriculture, and be under their immediate supervision and control. All claims, contracts, or expenses incurred in the erection of said building shall be authenticated by the officers Of said Boards before payment can be made thereon or therefor.
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