CHARTER ORDINANCE NO. 78
||Repealing Ordinance No. 46,
and setting apart certain other lands for cemetery purposes.
The Board of Trustees of the City of San Diego, State of
California, do ordain as follows:
Section 1. The real estate
in the City of San Diego, State and County aforesaid, being purchased
by said city from J. S. Mannasse by an exchange deed dated 11th day of
March, 1876, for cemetery purposes and described as follows: Commencing
at a stake marked cemetery at the southeast corner of a
tract of land deeded to J. S. Mannasse on the 18th day of February, A.
D. 1869, by the Trustees of said city, said initial point being common
to Pueblo Lots 1119, 1120, 1121, and 1122, as per Chas. H. Poole's official
map of the Pueblo Lands of said city, thence 9.25 chains to a stake, thence
north one degree (N. 1.00 E.), 10.94 chains to a stake on side-hill, thence
east 9.04 chains to a stake, thence south 10.94 chains to point of commencement,
containing ten acres, and more fully described by a
plat of the survey made by L. L. Lockling, Civil Engineer, accompanying
the deed, is hereby set apart, dedicated, donated and reserved for a cemetery.
Section. The west half, containing
five acres, of the real estate described in the preceeding section is
hereby placed under the free and exclusive control of the parish
of the "Immaculate Conception of the City of San Diego,"
State of California in the Diocese of Los Angeles and Monterey, Right
Rev. T. Amat, Bishop, to be held in trust and to be used and controlled
exclusively by said parish for ever for cemetery purposes only, subject,
however, to such general supervision of the corporate authorities of said
city as is now or may be vested in them by law.
Section 3. Charter
Ordinance No. 46, is hereby repealed and annulled, and the real estate
therein described reconveyed to J.
S. Mannasse, being unsuitable and impracticable for cemetery purposes.
The pastor of the above named parish, A. D. Ubach, having served notice
on the Clerk of this Board, relinquishing all claim to the real estate
described in Ordinance No. 46, which notice is
now on file in this office.
Passed and approved this 11th day of March, 1876.