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Article 8. Burro Sanctuary of California Fish And Game Code >> Division 7. >> Chapter 2. >> Article 8.

The following is a burro sanctuary: All that area within the following boundaries: Beginning at the point at which the northern boundary line of Death Valley National Monument intersects with the easterly boundary line of the State of California; Thence westerly along the northern boundary line of Death Valley National Monument to the point of intersection with the line common to R. 40 and 41 E., Mount Diablo Meridian, being the NE. corner of Sec. 24, T. 10 S., R. 40 E., M. D. B. & M.; Thence northerly along the line common to R. 40 and 41 E., M. D. M., to the point of intersection with the line common to T. 9 and 10 S., Mount Diablo Base, being the NE. corner of Sec. 1, T. 10 S., R. 40 E., M. D. B. & M.; Thence westerly along the line common to T. 9 and 10 S., M.D.B., and the prolongation thereof, to the point of intersection with the most easterly boundary line of the Inyo National Forest, as such boundary exists on the effective date of this act, being the NW. corner of Sec. 6, T. 10 S., R. 37 E., M. D. B. & M.; Thence southerly and easterly along the most easterly boundary line of the Inyo National Forest to the most easterly southeast corner of said national forest; Thence in a direct line in a generally southeasterly direction to the point at which the center line of State Highway Route 127 (No. 190) intersects with the line common to R. 41 and 42 E., M. D. M.; Thence southerly along the line common to R. 41 and 42 E., M. D. M., to the point of intersection with the line common to T. 20 and 21 S., M. D. B., being the SW. corner of Sec. 31, T. 20 S., R. 42 E., M. D. B. & M.; Thence westerly one-half mile, more or less, along the line common to T. 20 and 21 S., M. D. B., to the point of intersection with the line common to R. 41 and 42 E., M. D. M., being the NW. corner of Sec. 6, T. 21 S., R. 42 E., M. D. B. & M.; Thence southerly along the line common to R. 41 and 42 E., M. D. M., to the point of intersection with the boundary line between Inyo and San Bernardino Counties; Thence easterly along said county boundary line to the point of intersection with the easterly boundary line of the State of California; Thence northwesterly along said easterly boundary line of the State to the point of beginning.
Except as otherwise provided in Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 4600) of Part 3, Division 4 of this code it is unlawful to take, possess, harm, molest, harass, or in any manner interfere with any burro which is in the burro sanctuary described in Section 10930 of this code. Any violation of these provisions is a misdemeanor. The provisions of this section, other than those relating to the taking and possession of burros, do not apply to persons while lawfully on lands included within the sanctuary and engaged in the business of raising cattle.
The following constitutes a marine life refuge and shall be designated the Catalina Marine Science Center Marine Life Refuge: All that area bounded on the south and southeast by the mean high tide line and by the present seaward boundary of the lease to tide and submerged lands now held by the University of Southern California from the State Lands Commission (No. 3692.1 Public Resources Code Series) and extending from a point on the mean high tide line at 33 26 39" North Latitude 118 29 19" West Longitude, thence to 33 26 50" North Latitude 118 29 08" West Longitude, thence to 33 26 57.5" North Latitude 118 28 33.5" West Longitude, thence to 33 26 55" North Latitude 118 28 32" West Longitude, and thence to a point on the mean high tide line at 33 26 53.5" North Latitude 118 28 35" West Longitude.