Title: California Districts Securities Commission Records
California Districts Securities Commission
Extent: 638 boxes
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The California Districts Securities Commission (CCDS) was created in 1931 and changed with the direction and supervision of
the fiscal and physical affairs of irrigation and other agricultural districts organized under the laws of the state (
stats. 1931, ch. 1073; in effect Aug. 14, 1931). The CCDS succeeded to the powers and duties of the California Bond Certification
stats. 1921, ch. 706) and an earlier Irrigation District Bond Commission (
stats. 1911, ch. 157;
stats.1911, 1st Ex. Sess., ch. 3;
stats. 1913, ch. 366) which provided for a commission to which the Board of directors of a California irrigation district [UNK] apply
in order to have district bonds certified as legal investments for trust funds, [UNK] The CCSC was abolished in 1969 under
the Governor's Reorganization Act and its powers and duties transferred to the State Treasurer (
stats. 1969, ch. 1369). In 1970 the Treasurer appointed a Districts Securities Advisory Commission and the program became an operational
division within the Treasurer's Office in December, 1970.
Unless indicated below each series is arranged chronologically and numerically by volume number. Each volume includes a table
of contents and index by name of irrigation district. Each volume is represented by two or more file folders.