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Section 105. (Amended by Stats. 1952, 1st Ex. Sess., Ch. 2.)
Cite as: Cal. Harb. & Nav. Code §105.

The following streams and waters are also navigable and are public ways:

Sacramento River, between its mouth and a point 100 feet below Reid’s Ferry, in Shasta County.

Salinas River and Elkhorn Slough, or Estero Viejo, in Monterey County, from its mouth to a point as far up as tidewater flows.

San Joaquin River, between its mouth and Sycamore Point.

San Leandro Bay, in the County of Alameda, the waters included in the estuary of San Antonio and the tidal canal connecting it with San Leandro; and the airport channel extending from the bay.

San Rafael Creek, in Marin County, from its mouth to a point as far as tidewater flows therein.

Sonoma River, between its mouth and a point opposite Fowler’s hotel in the town of San Luis.

Stockton Slough, between its mouth and a line 160 feet west of the east line of Center Street extended in Stockton.

Suisun River, between its mouth and the Town of Suisun embarcadero.

Tuolumne River, between its mouth and Dickinson’s Ferry.

Yuba River, between its mouth and a point at the mouth of the slough at the foot of F Street, in the City of Marysville.





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