22 August 2017

Genealogical Abstracts from the California Statutes - 1857


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NAME CHANGES

chapter 3, pg 2
It shall be lawful for the person known as Leopold Zorkowski to change his name to Leopold Ross. 

chapter 59, pg 57
It shall be lawful for the person known as Edward C. Higginbottom to change his name to Edward Compton Howard. 

chapter 160, pg 184
It shall be lawful for the person known as Frederick A. Peelsticker to change his name to Frederick A. Peel. 

chapter 196, pg 229
It shall be lawful for the person known as Nathan Pricket to change his name to Nathan Pricket Rice. 


PAYMENTS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

chapter 25, pg 18
$210 payment to Richard Cole for services rendered in translating certain laws into the Chinese language. 

chapter 202, pg 234
$750 payment to E. H. Burns for services rendered in the suppression of Indian hostilities in the County of Klamath. 

chapter 277, pg 366
$10,336.30 payment to James Allen for printing 4320 copies of the Surveyor General's report and for the paper in printing said report. 

resolution VIII, pg 371
$19,140.24 payment to General A. M. Winn for money expended by him in burying the dead, reviving the sick and distressed and building a hospital in Sacramento City in the years 1849 and 1850. 

resolution IX
$15, 280 payment to William Grove Deal for relief given to the indigent sick at Sacramento City in the years 1849 and 1850. 


GUARDIANSHIPS, ESTATES & PROBATES

chapter 97, pg 99
The executor of the estate of Josefa Soto de Stokes, deceased, late of the County of Monterey is authorized to sell the real estate of said deceased. 

chapter 112, pg 123
Agnes Howard, Henry F. Teschemacher and George H. Howard executors of the last will and testament of William D. M. Howard, deceased ,late a resident of the City of San Francisco, are empowered to sell the real estate of the said William D. M. Howard died seized. 

chapter 175, pg 198
Maria Ygnacia, wife of Jarvier Alvisa and Maria Juana, wife of Jose Rochine, who are both minors are hereby empowered to join with their husbands in the sale, transfer and conveyance of any real estate belonging to them in the State of California. 

chapter 205, pg 236
Thomas O. Larkin, guardian of his infant children is authorized to sell a tract of land belonging to Frederick H. Larkin, Frances R. Larkin, Caroline A. Larkin and Alfred O. Larkin situated on the west side of the Sacramento River in the County of Colusi containing 10 spanish leagues of land derived from a grant of the Mexican government dated December 1844. 

chapter 214, pg 246
Henry W. Halleck, Archibald C. Peachy and P. Warren Van Winkle, appointed executors by the last will and testament of Joseph L. Folsom, deceased, late of the County of San Francisco are authorized to sell real estate that the said Folsom died seized in the State of California as may be sufficient to pay allowances to the family of the deceased. 

chapter 215, pg 247
Rafael Gomez, a minor, aged about 18 years and a resident of the County of Monterey is empowered to receive receipt for, control, manage and enjoy any and all property to which he is entitled of the estate of his deceased father, Rafael Gomez. 

chapter 232, pg 269
The guardian of Jose Francisco de Salpha Knight, Gregoria Knight, Leonora Knight, Guillermo Knight, Victoriana Knight and Aldianita Knight, infant heirs of the estate of William Knight, deceased is authorized to sell an undivided interest in the tract of land in the County of Yolo known as "Rancho de Carmel" the aggregate of such sales not to exceed in quantity 2 and 1/3 leagues of land. 

chapter 259, pg 324
It shall be lawful for Priscilla H. Denham, wife of F.L. Sargent to sell land in the City of San Francisco known as fifty-vara lots, numbered 868 and 871, the lots being the property of her minor children Seth H. Lincoln, Granville H. Lincoln and George S. Lincoln, by her former husband Seth H. Lincoln.  It is her duty to retain the proceeds from any such sale free and independent of the control of her husband. 


MISC

chapter 198, pg 230
Authorizing Charles C. Collins to build a wharf in Suisun Bay at a point called Point Collberg in Solano County. 

chapter 217, pg 249
Authorizing William Moody and Morgan Hart to build a wharf in the County of Solano. 

chapter 47, pg 32

Authorizing John A. Rudisall to erect a wharf on the south side of Petaluma Creek in Sonoma County at what is called Hay Stack Landing not to exceed 100 feet in width and 600 feet in length and collect wharfage. 

17 August 2017

Selected Genealogical Abstracts From the California Statutes - 1852


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IMPORTANT ACTS 


chapter 35, pg 77
An Act for the relief of Immigrants travelling overland to California. This act provided for the welfare of immigrants travelling to California.  If upon arrival they were found to be in a suffering condition, then food and clothing will be provided to them and any other such relief necessary to insure their safe arrival.

chapter 36, pg 78
An Act concerning passengers arriving in the ports of the State of California. Within 24 hours of arrival, the commander of the vessel shall make a report stating the name, place of birth, last legal residence, age and occupation of every person who is not a citizen of the United States

chapter 37, pg 84
An Act to provide for the protection of foreigners and to define their liabilities and privileges:  whereas, great prejudices exist in the Mining Districts in relation to the propriety of foreigners being permitted to work placer and quartz diggings inasmuch they are not liable to the same duties as American citizens whilst they enjoy the same privileges and these contests produce great expenditure by the State in the maintenance of order.  Starting 1 June 1852 no person not being a citizen of the United States shall be allowed to take gold from any of the mines of this State unless he shall have a license.

chapter 42, pg 101
An Act to authorize Married Women to transact business in their own name as Sole Traders

chapter 45, pg 105
An Act to regulate the settlement of the estates of deceased persons


MISC

chapter 78, pg 150
James L. Freanser is authorized to construct a wagon road from Sacramento Valley to the Oregon line and collect the tolls on said wagon road.

chapter 148, pg 237
William Moody and Morgan Hart are authorized to build a wharf as long as 1200 feet near the island in the Tule in Suisun Valley, County of Solano

chapter 150, pg 238
William Morehead and Thomas Palmer are authorized to collect tolls on a bridge built by them across the Trinity River in Trinity County at place place known as the upper ferry on the trail leading from Shasta City to Weaverville

chapter 151, pg 239
Dennis B. Mooney is authorized to collect tolls on a ferry owned by him on the main branch of the Trinity River in Trinity County at a place commonly known as "Mooney's Ferry" on the trail leading from Weaverville into the Sacramento Valley

chapter 183, pg 261
The name of Jacob C. Kore shall be entered onto the payroll of the El Dorado Expedition against the Indians and that the said Kore shall receive such compensation as the law provides for the services performed by him as orderly Sergeant in Company D, commanded by Captain Porter under Major William Rogers

chapter 186, pg 262
Frank Maynard is authorized to build a wharf in the cove commencing at the slaughter house at what is known as Bull Head Ranch and running along the Straits of Carquinez to the Town of Martinez



PAYMENTS MADE BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

chapter 158,  pg 249
$300 payment each to Drury P. Baldwin and Thomas J. Green for expenses incurred in selecting and laying off the public grounds in the City of Vallejo

chapter 176, pg 257
$600 payment to William E. P. Hartnell for services rendered as State Translator of the Spanish language

chapter 182, pg 260
$1000 payment to A. G. Kimball for distributing the Convention Debates in English and Spanish

chapter 198, pg 270
$23,781.82 payment to W. J. Whitney for furnishing the Capitol and for stationery


GUARDIANSHIPS, ESTATES & PROBATES

chapter 174, page 256
Henry Hartman, deceased, by his last will and testament, bequeathed to his wife Mary Bush Hartman, his entire personal and real estate which amount to the sum of $25,000.  The estate if free from debt and liability so the provision of the law which requires a bond is hereby waived


NAME CHANGES

chapter 200, pg 270
It shall be lawful for the person known as George Krantz to change his name to George James Cross

chapter 201, pg 271

It shall be lawful for the person known as Lucy A. Stoddard Wakefield to change her name to Lucy A. Stoddard

14 August 2017

Selected Genealogical Abstracts from the California Statutes - 1862


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NAME CHANGES

chapter 223, page 241
It shall be lawful for the person known as Meyer Ciechanowiecki, to change his name to Charles Meyer. 


PAYMENTS MADE BY STATE OF CALIFORNIA


chapter 61, pg 52
$500 payment to Peter Lothian as a reward for the capture and return of one John Estes, convicted of the crime of murder

chapter 219, page 238
James Whitney, president of the California Steam Navigation Company is paid for the transportation of the property and appurtenances of the Legislature to San Francisco and for fitting up apartments for the same.

chapter 247, page 269
$295 payment to Oliver and Lewis for supplies furnished  “Kibbe Rangers” in the Pitt River Expedition against the Indians, in the year 1859. 

chapter 327, page 445
$650 payment to Eugene Lies for translating state documents. 

chapter 406, page 531
Payment is authorized for Philip Caduc for coal furnished the Supreme Court and State Library in the year 1860. 


MISC


chapter 56, page 44
William D. Shirley is to be released and discharged from all liability or obligation entered into by him for the appearance of one John Brown who was held to answer upon a charge of assault with intent to commit murder. 

chapter 86, page  76
Louis Soher is granted the right to construct a bridge across the Mokelumne Rover at a point known as Big Bar in Calaveras County and to construct and maintain a road from Mokelumne Hill at a point  known as Dr. Soher's Road intersects the road leading from Mokelumne Hill to Middle Bar, down to said Big Bar, in the County of Calaveras to the Village of Butte in the County of Amador 

chapter 111, page 99
William H. Dickson, J.E. Clayton and J.W. Pugh to construct and maintain a toll road in the County of Mono, commencing at a point of rock near where the Sweetwater Creek crosses the Aurora Road thence following the survey of Clayton and company to the Town of Aurora in Mono County

chapter 113, page 101
Joseph B. Price and associates (aka "The Russian River Road Company")  are authorized to construct and maintain a turnpike road upon both banks of the Russian River from Cloverdale in Sonoma County to Sanel in Mendocino County and to charge and collect toll for travel thereon

chapter 125, page 112
James H. Deering and Charles J. Deering, owners of the bridge and ferry franchise at Stevens' Bar and Jacksonville on the Tuolumne River, are authorized to construct and maintain a bridge or bridges across the Tuolumne River

chapter 139, page 1928
Joshua Hendy, H.B. Tichenor and Robert G. Byxbee are authorized to construct a wharf at the mouth of the Navarro River in Mendocino County 300 feet wide

chapter 146, page 138
Jacob M. Tewksbury and associates is authorized to build a wharf at the potrero of the San Pablo Rancho in Contra Costa County and extending into the Bay of San Francisco to 12 feet of water at low tide

chapter 147, page 139
William O'Connell and John Fay are authorized to build a wharf at or near Slaughter-House Point  in Contra Costa County extending into the water 300 feet into the Bay of San Francisco at high water mark

chapter 157, page 149
James B. Vineyard authorized to construct and maintain a toll bridge across the Yuba River near Park's Bar in Yuba County

chapter 170, page 169
Thomas T. Baylis, J. B. Hunkle, Lewis Lamberton, Berthold Hoen and F.G. Hakman are authorized to construct a turnpike road between the City of Petaluma and the Town of Santa Rosa in the County of Sonoma

chapter 171, page 168
Lewis E. Morgan and his associates are authorized to construct and maintain a wharf in San Francisco Bay at such point selected on the San Pablo Rancho in Contra Costa County now owned by Lewis E. Morgan, T.J.A. Chambers and W.C. Daughtery

chapter 193, page 212
William H. Kelly is authorized to construct and maintain Booms on Gaspar Creek, in the Township of Big River, in Mendocino County

chapter 197, page 213
William H. Tillinghast is authorized to construct a wharf at the place called "New York, on the Pacific" in the County of Contra Costa

chapter 210, page 231
Frederick Brown is authorized to construct and maintain booms and piers on Garcia Creek in Mendocino County

chapter 222, pg 240
Hiram Thorne is authorized to construct and make a wagon road in the Counties of Contra Costa and Alameda to be known as "Thorne's Road." The road commences in the redwood canon or mauraga canon thence running through said canon in Contra Costa County to the Oakland and San Antonio Road in Alameda County a distance of 5 miles

chapter 242, page 262
Robert G. Arthur and his associates are authorized to construct and keep in repair certain roads upon the San Miguel Rancho and adjoining property in the city and county of San Francisco and to levy and collect tolls on them.  The road shall commence at the junction of Mission and Eagle street at Mission Dolores and running thence in a southwesterly direction over the Mission Mountains to the Ocean House and beach, thence in a southerly direction until it intersects the county road of San Mateo County.  the tolls shall be:  for horse, mule and rider: 10 cents, for each led or drove horse or mule: 5 cents for vehicle drawn by horse or mule: 10 cents for vehicle drawn by 2 horses or mules: 20 cents for vehicle drawn by 4 or more horses or mules: 1 dollar for drove of cattle: each 5 cents for sheep, hogs or other animals: 2 cents each

chapter 257, page 275
D.B. Northrop, Horace Cole and E.B. Goddard (Mission Bay Bridge Company) are authorized to construct a public  plank road and toll bridge over the waters of Mission Bay in the City and County of San Francisco starting near the foot of Fourth Street on the north side of the bay to the foot of Noble Street on the south side of the bay

chapter 259, page 282
Charles H. Brinley, Andrea Pico and James R. Vineyard are authorized to build and construct a turnpike road from the ex-mission of San Fernando across the mountains of San Fernando to the Arroyo de Santa Clara in Los Angeles County

chapter 266, page 295
H.J. May, Charles M. Baxter, William Kohl are authorized to lay a railroad track along certain streets in Petaluma and through a public road in the County of Sonoma  commencing at a point on Petaluma Creek at a place commonly known as Italian Garden in the County of Sonoma thence southerly boundary City of Petaluma thence to a point not to extend north of Washington Street

chapter 267, page 297
Joseph M. Wood is authorized to construct a wharf in the City and County of San Francisco at the foot of Filmore Street outward into the Bay of San Francisco to a depth of 12 feet at low tide

chapter 275, page 308
Henry Owens is authorized to construct a marine railway in the City and County of San Francisco commencing on the northerly line of Shasta Street at a point 33 feet westerly from the southereasterly corner of lot number 427 thence running northeasterly to a point where the water in the Bay of San Francisco shall be 12 feet deep at low tide

chapter 292, page 334
Charles C. Bowman is authorized to construct a wharf at the western end of the Encinal of San Antonio Alameda County extending into the Bay of San Francisco 10 feet at low tide

chapter 313, page 426
John S. Williams is authorized to construct a wharf at the northern extremity of Van Ness Avenue and extend into the Bay of San Francisco 20 feet at low tide in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 315, page 429
T. S. Benoiste and his associates are authorized to construct and maintain a wagon road in Sonoma County from a point in Russian River Valley at or near Jordan's MIll thence to Quicksilver Mines in Pine Flat thence to the boundary line of Lake County and also from Pine Flat to the Geyser Springs

chapter 346, page 471
Eugene L. Sullivan, Nathaniel Holland and John Benson are authorized to lay down gas pipes in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 351, page 448
Maurice J. Dooly is issued a patent for certain lands in San Joaquin County.  The fractional NE quarter of section 32, township 2, north, range 6, east, Mount Diablo meridian, and described as follows: Beginning at the common corner of sections 28, 29, 32 and 33, Township 2, north, Range 6, east, being the westwardly boundary of El Rancho Campo de los Franceses, and running thence, due west, 40 chains; thence, due south, 31 and 90/100 chains, to right bank of Calaveras River; thence, up said river, by a meander line, north, 58 degrees 30 minutes, east, 9 and 80/100 chains; thence north, 52 degrees 30 minutes, east, 7 chains; thence south, 59 degrees 30 minutes, east, 7 chains; thence north, 78 degrees, east, 7 chains; thence north, 43 degrees 30 minutes, east, 5 chains; thence south, 75 degrees, east, 8 chains; thence north, 75 degrees, east, 2 and 13/100 chains, to section line and west boundary of El Rancho del Campo de los Franceses; thence, due north, 22 and 50/100 chains, to the place of beginning; containing 98 and 91/100 acres; magnetic variation, 15 degrees 35 minutes, east.  And before the said patent shall issue, the said Maurice J. Dooly shall execute a bond to the State of California, in the sum of $1000, conditioned against the presentment of the original certificate of purchase, Number 326, of Swamp and Overflowed Lands, as per Survey 123, issued to W. W. Fisher, May 25, 1859, which has been lost

chapter 449, page 571
John S. Rutherford and George E. Webber are authorized to construct a railroad and railroad wharf in Mendocino County on the northerly side of the Wallalla River and shore of the Pacific Ocean shall commence at the saw mill of Rutherford and Webber on the northerly side of said river and extend in a northwesterly direction to the Pacific Ocean a distance of about 2 1/2 miles



GUARDIANSHIPS, PROBATES & ESTATES


chapter 20, page 14
Benjamin F. Washington is authorized to bargain, sell, transfer, release, quitclaim, grant and convey all the right, title and interest of John Thompson, Franklin Bedinger, Frances Madison and Bertha James, infant children of himself and the late Georgiana H. Washington,  a certain dwelling and lot of land situated on Bryant Street in the City of San Francisco commencing at a point on the northerly line of said street, 275 feet from the corner of Third and Bryant streets running easterly with Bryant Street 68 feet 9 inches to the property of Louis McLane, thence northerly to Silver Street 155 feet, thence with Silver Street westerly 68 feet 9 inches thence southerly 155 feet to the place of the beginning for the benefit of said children

chapter 85, page 75
James Craig, Guardian of the infant heirs of Michael Flanigan, deceased, to sell both real and personal estate in the County of Tuolumne for the benefit of said infant heirs.  

chapter 102, page 93
Runaldo Pacheco and Mariana Pacheco, Executors of the last will and testament of John Wilson, late of San Luis Obispo County are authorized to sell as much of the personal property of the estate sufficient to pay the legal debts and maintenance of the testator's family

chapter 151, page 142
The Guardian of Minna C. Buchanan, the posthumous daughter of the late Robert B. Buchanan, deceased, of the City of Marysville, Yuba County is empowered to sell and dispose of her Real Estate and Chattels Real

chapter 152, page 142
The Guardian, now or hereafter to be appointed, of Matilda Florence Mott, Marcus H. Talbot Mott, William Wallace Mott, and Mary Green S. Mott, minor children of Isaac T. Mott, deceased, is hereby authorized to sell the real estate of the said minors, situate in the City and County of San Francisco and the State of California, or any part of said real estate, or any interest they, or either of them, may have therein, on such terms, and in such manner, either at public or private sale, as to the said Guardian may seem most advantageous to said minors. 1862.

chapter 153, page 143
Arthur W. Roman, the Guardian of Stephen C. Powell, a minor, is hereby authorized and empowered to sell, at public or private sale, in his discretion, any or all the real estate, or interests therein, of the said Stephen C. Powell, as shall, in his opinion, most promote the interests of the said minor, or to join, in behalf of said minor, in any deed of partition of any real estate in which said minor may be interested as a joint tenant in common with any other person or persons. 

chapter 155, page 148
Charles Lindley, the natural Guardian of his children, Metella S. Lindley, Curtis H. Lindley, and Josephine Lindley, is hereby empowered and authorized to sell and convey, at private sale, all real and personal property, situated in this State, in which they, the said Metella S. Lindley, Curtis H. Lindley, and Josephine Lindley, or each, or either of them, may now own or possess any interest therein. 

chapter 156, page 149
Charles S. Capp, guardian of Albert Dorente, a minor, is hereby authorized and empowered to sell any portion of the real estate of said minor, or any right, title, or interest, in real estate belonging to said minor, situated in the City and County of San Francisco, on such terms and in such manner, either at public or private sale, as may seem most advantageous to the interest of said minor

chapter 159, page 159
Authorize Philip G. Galpice, Guardian of Franklina C. Gray, a minor, to compromise certain claims, and to convey certain real estate. Franklina C. Gray, a minor, residing in the State of New York, claims to own certain real estate in the State of California, to recover which, sundry actions at law have been
brought, and are now pending; and, whereas, certain parties in possession of said real estate desire to compromise with said minor upon equitable terms, and to receive a conveyance of her title to said real estate, therefore— Philip G. Galpice, Guardian of Franklina May C. Gray, a minor, be and he hereby is authorized to compromise compromise or settle by arbitration, or without any suit, or suits, in which the said Franklina C. Gray is, or may be, a party plaintiff or defendant, affecting the title of the said Franklina C. Gray to any real estate in the City and County of San Francisco in the State of California

chapter 160, page 160
The Administrator of the Estate of Francis Tribon, deceased, is authorized to sell any real property lying in the City and County of Sacramento

chapter 161, page 160
The Administrator of the estate of Daniel B. Mosby, deceased, is authorized to sell all real estate owned or claimed by the deceased at the time of his death in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 172, page 169
Catharine Myers, Administratrix of the estate of Christopher Myers, late of the County of Plumas, is authorized to sell all real estate lying in the County of Plumas, or elsewhere in this State, and to execute and deliver proper deeds of conveyance

chapter 264, page 294
Mrs. Mary Comstock and her minor children, Bertha Comstock, John Felt Osgood Comstock and George Comstock are empowered to sell her family homestead situate on Pine Street in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 265, page 295
Catherine M. Haun, relict of Henry P. Haun, deceased, and Administratrix of the estate is authorized to sell, at her discretion and without having first obtained an order of the Probate Court of Yuba County, the real estate of the estate

chapter 280, page 279
Almira Ingram, the parent  and guardian of Jonetta M. Ingram, a minor, is hereby authorized and empowered to sell, at private sale, and to convey, by good and sufficient deeds of conveyance, the real estate of said minor, situated in the City and County of San Francisco; provided, said guardian shall, before making such sale, enter into such bonds as may be required of her by the Probate Court of said City and County of San Francisco; and, provided, also, that such sale shall be duly approved by the Judge of the Probate Court of said City and County

chapter 287, page 329
Eliza Frye and Charles D. Burleson, Executors of the last will and testament of John Frye, deceased, late of the Town of Volcano, Amador County are authorized to sell the real estate of any gold mines or mining claims, flumes, ditches, aqueducts and everything appertaining thereto as may be sufficient to pay the debts of the testator, allowances to his family and expenses of the administrators

chapter 327, page 312
Jose Lorenzo de Jesus Maria Pina of Sonoma County being in his 20th year is hereby authorized and empowered to sell, convey, and dispose of all and any interest he has, or may claim, in and to any real estate in the City of San Francisco, inherited by him from his father, Lazaro Piña, deceased, and all deeds and conveyances, made and executed by him, shall have the same force and effect as if he were of full age; provided, however, that said sale shall, on the petition of said Piña to the Probate Judge of the County of San Francisco, showing the property and the interest therein sold, and the amount for which the same was sold, be approved by the Probate Judge of said County of San Francisco

chapter 379, page 497
Rita de la Osa is empowered to sell the real estate of which her deceased husband, Vincente de la Osa, died seized. 

chapter 423, page 546
Phebe Beckley the administratrix of the estate of Lucius R. Beckley, deceased is empowered to sell all real estate owned by deceased in his lifetime.

chapter 429, page 551
H. L. Dodge and George Cadwalader, Administrators of the Estate of Gilbert A. Grant, deceased, are authorized to sell and convey Real Estate at a private sale in the City and County of San Francisco


11 August 2017

Selected Genealogical Abstracts From The California Statutes - 1869-1870



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IMPORTANT ACTS PASSED

chapter 73, pg 72
An Act concerning escheated estates

chapter 161, pg 226
An Act to protect the rights of married women

chapter 188, pg 291
An Act concerning divorces

chapter 227, pg 328
An Act relating to the care and custody of minor childrern

chapter 230, pg 330
An Act to prevent the kidnapping and importation of Mongolian, Chinese and Japanese females for criminal or demoralizing purposes

chapter 231, pg 332
An Act to prevent the importation of Chinese criminals and to prevent the establishment of Coolie slavery

chapter 237, pg 338
An Act authorizing the Trustees of the San Francisco Lying-in Hospital and Foundling Asylum to take charge of, bind out and give away children coming under their care

chapter 295, pg 400
An Act to regulate the settlement of the estates of deceased persons

chapter 296, pg 400
An Act to regulate the settlement of the estates of deceased persons

chapter 385, pg 530
An Act providing for the adoption of minors and the legitimizing of children born out of wedlock

chapter 404, pg 569
An Act to regulate the rights of mine owners

chapter 530, pg 791
An Act to provide for the appointment and prescribe the duties of guardians

chapter 533, pg 793
An Act to regulate the settlement of the estates of deceased persons

chapter 534, pg 798
An Act to provide for the recording of certified copies of final decrees of partition of real estate




ESTATES, GUARDIANSHIPS AND PROBATES

chapter 96, pg 93
Authorizing Bridget Stonnah, administratrix of the estate of William Stonnah, deceased to sell real estate in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 118, pg 109
An Act to authorize Eliza Madison Hartley, administratriax of the estate of Henry Flare Hartley, deceased, to sell real properly belonging to said estate in Sacramento County

chapter 147, pg 214
Elizabeth W. P. Keeny, administratrix of the estate of George Keeny, deceased, is authorized to sell land of said estate in Nevada County

chapter 182, pg 280
Several conveyances made by Gretta C. Thomson, late of Alameda County, now deceased, to her husband, James S. Thornton are hereby legalized

chapter 246, pg 351
An Act for the relief of Mary Likins and others. The sales of real estate belonging to the estate common of William Likins, late of Vallejo, in Solano County, deceased, purporting to be made by Mary Likins, executrix of the last will and testament of said William Likins, deceased, are hereby confirmed, and the present administrator of said estate is authorized to execute a conveyance therefore

chapter 306, pg 406
An Act to authorize Harriet Wilkins, administratrix of the estate of Henry Wilkins, deceased, to sell the real and personal estate of said Henry Wilkins, deceased in the County of Marin

chapter 368, pg 506
The guardians now or hereafter to be appointed by the Probate Court or Probate Judge of the City an County of San Francisco, of James Boyd, Jr., and Willie Alexander Boyd, infant children of Alexander Boyd, deceased, under the order and direction of the Probate Court, are hereby authorized and fully empowered to sell, at public or private sale, any and all real estate, and any right, title or interest therein, belonging to said infant children, or either of them, in this State

chapter 429, pg 622
An Art to authorize the guardian of Frank G. Bartholomew and Ralph II Bartholomew, infant heirs of Jacob Bartholomew, deceased, to sell real estate of said minors at public or private sale in Butte County

chapter 435, pg 634
An Act to authorize and empower Joshua A Neal to sell and convey all the interest, property and estate of Maria Neal and Josefa Areal, minor children of said Joshua A. and his deceased wife, Angela Bernal Neal, in certain lands in Alameda County

chapter 577, pg 881
The right is hereby granted to Frederick B. Lewis, his heirs or assigns, to appear and prosecute his claim for the recovery of real estate of James M. Lewis, deceased, described in a judgement entered in favor of the State of California 5 October 1864 in the County of Stanislaus


MISC

chapter 77, pg 77
The Assembly of the State of California entered 22 articles of impeachment to the Senate against James H. Hardy, Judge of the 16th Judicial District.  The Senate acquitted all of the articles except the 15th and pronounced the following:  James H. Hardy, being duly convicted of the high crimes and misdemeanors, is declared suspended and removed from the office of District Judge of the 16th District.  The said action was influenced by a spirit of partisan feeling and unhealthy excitement in the popular mind and that justice and the safety of the citizens require that the Legislature expunge all evidences of past vindictive legislation in the Journal of Proceedings of the Senate of the State of California.

chapter 97, pg 94
Authorizing Morton Bourn to construct and maintain a wharf and chute at Bourn's Landing on the Pacific Ocean in Mendocino County

chapter 98, pg 94
Authorizing Lew Gerlock to construct and maintain a chute and moorings at Scott's Landing on the Pacific Ocean in Mendocino County

chapter 105, pg 101
Authorizing Lyman Leslie & Paul K. Hubbs to build and maintain a wharf at the City of Vallejo in the County of Solano

chapter 106, pg 101
Authorizing Wm S. Ferguson to construct and maintain a chute and landing at Fish Rock Landing in Mendocino County and to charge and collect tolls for the use of the same

chapter 210, pg 309
The Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco are ordered to pay $13,506 in gold coin to Patrick Creighton on the contract of grading Union Street from Taylor to Larkin Street, $3390 in gold coin to James Brennan for the contract on grading Taylor Street from Bush to Sacramento Street, $2047 in gold coin to Patrick Donohue on the contract of grading Dupont Street from Francisco to Bay Street.

chapter 334, pg 441
Authorizing David N. Darlington and Isiah Hanscom to buid a wharf in Solano County

chapter 428, pg 621
Authorizing J. Bidwell and J.C. Mandeville to construct a wagon road in the counties of Butte and Plumas

chapter 432, pg 624
Lovick P. Hall and Samuel J. Garrison shall have the right to institute and prosecute to judgment an action against the County of Tulare, to recover any damages they may have sustained for the destruction, in March 1863, by violence, of their newspaper office and business at Visalia, in said county, known as the “ Equal Rights Expositor" office, printing press, materials, account books, subscription book and other property, including any injury to the building in which said printing office was kept, as well as other damages sustained by reason of the destruction of said office


PAYMENTS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

chapter 45, pg 51
$225 payment to Mrs. C. T. Overton for services rendered by her husband Dr. C. T. Overton, lately deceased, as visiting physician to the State Insane Asylum

chapter 47, pg 53
$1050 payment and $360 payment to H. F. Hastings, assignee of the claim of George Seekel, Clerk of the Supreme Court

chapter 78, pg 78
$1200 in gold coin payment to James S. Houseman for moneys expended by him for clerk hire during his term as Harbormaster of the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 79, pg 78
$250 payment to Green T. Martin for 4 days service as an attorney at law in the U.S. Land Office at Stockton

chapter 84, pg 82
$1000 payment to John W. Ball for services rendered as foreman of blacksmith work at San Quentin

chapter 92, pg 89
$750 payment to John Scott for the expenses of the celebration of the 5th of July in Oakland, Alameda County

chapter 103, pg 100
$300 payment to Patrick Campbell for services rendered in grading a school lot on 8th Street between Harrison and Bryant Streets in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 126, pg 121
$500 Payment to Henry N. Morse, Sheriff of Alameda County for services rendered in the capture and arrest of Juan Burton

chapter 207, pg 308
$493 payment to S.D. Smith for work and labor performed and material furnished by him in the State burial ground

chapter 234, pg 334
$100 payment to Charles Carvalho for services rendered as a Chinese interpreter in the cases of The People of the State of California vs. Hop Chung and The People vs. Muck San in the County of San Mateo

chapter 377, pg 518
$500 payment to J. Scott Ashman.  On 2 October 1861, James Harron killed Eugene Steddum, in the County of Fresno, and soon thereafter James Sayles, Jr., then County Judge of said county, issued a warrant for the arrest of said Harron, and the same was placed in the hands of J. Scott Ashman, then Sheriff of said county, for execution; and whereas, the said Ashman, in obedience to said warrant, did, on or about the 10th day of October 1861, arrest said Harron at Greenhorn Gulch, then situated in Tulare County, a distance of 150 miles from the county seat of said Fresno County, at a cost to him, the said Ashman, of $500; and said Ashman delivered said Harron at such county seat, and there guarded him, there being no jail in said county, until he was removed to the County of Mariposa, where on the 4th day of August 1862, the said Harron was duly convicted of murder in the second degree and sentenced to the State Prison for the term of 18 years, at which place he now is; and whereas on the 14th day of October 1866, one, John G. Downey, then Governor of this State, issued his proclamation, whereby he offered a reward of $500 for the arrest, delivery and conviction of said Harron; and whereas, said reward was offered four days subsequent to the arrest of said Harron by said Ashman, and the same was not paid to said Ashman on the ground that the arrest was made before the reward was offered; and whereas, all the requirements of the offer of reward were executed by said Ashman

chapter 379, pg 522
$292 payment to T.D. Murphy ($78), W.D. Murphy ($108), G.E. Nottage ($18), S. Malloy ($18), M.J. Bolan ($12), Courtland Wood ($12), Henry J. Quinn ($36) and Ira Thompson ($10)  all of the city and county of San Francisco for services rendered as officers of election

chapter 394, pg 550
$59.06 payment to Thomas R. Eldredge for translating into the Spanish language the Governor's Message and other public documents during the 17th Session of the Legislature

chapter 539, pg 804
$235 payment to Francis McGrath for enrolling and making out lists of all persons in the County of Amador subject to military duty

chapter 555, pg 823
$555 payment to John H. Smith for the capture of John K. Best, the murderer of Michael Flynn in San Joaquin County















09 August 2017

Selected Genealogical Abstracts From The California Statutes - 1859


There is a digital copy of this publication located at Internet Archive.


IMPORTANT ACTS PASSED

chapter 109, pg 102
An Act to provide for the Registration of Marriages, Births, Divorces and Deaths in California

chapter 317, pg 352

An Act to provide for the licensing of Auctioneers and to define their duties and liabilities

NAME CHANGES

chapter 84, pg 65
It shall be lawful for the person known as Walter Scott Tarbox to change his name to Walter Scott

chapter 111, pg 106

It shall be lawful for the persons known as Dr. John Frederick Hillerscheidt of Nevada County and of his wife Hortense, his son Frederick and his daughters Anna, Bertha and Ida to be changed to John Frederick Hiller, Hortense Hiller, Frederick Hiller, Anna Hiller, Bertha Hiller and Ida Hiller

chapter 112, pg 106

It shall be lawful for the person known as John August Stromdohl to change his name to August William Stromdohl

chapter 166, pg 164

It shall be lawful for the person known as Jacob Schlechwey to be changed to Jacob Robinson

chapter 235, pg 240

It shall be lawful for the person known as Frederick Ferdinand Seidenbinder to change his name to Ferdinand Seiden

chapter 260, pg 263

It shall be lawful for the person known as John Henry Kounse to change his name to John Lee Cambridge

chapter 261, pg 263

It shall be lawful for the person known as Julien Neuschwander to change his name to Neuschwander Julien



ESTATES, GUARDIANSHIPS AND PROBATES

chapter 17, pg 14
Eben L. Childs, Frederic H. Larkin and Rachael Larkin, executors and executrix of the last will and testament of Thomas O, Larkin, deceased, late of the City and County of San Francisco are authorized to sell personal property of the testator at a private sale

chapter 18, pg 14

Henry Hare Hartley, trustee for Augusta H. Dean is authorized to sell all real estate conveyed to him as such Trustee by Humphrey Griffith of Yolo County

chapter 54, pg 38

Carmen Castro de Soto, executrix and Bernardino Soto, executor of the last will and testament of Joaquin Soto, deceased, late of Monterey County are authorized to sell real estate of which the said Joaquin Soto died seized in the State of California

chapter 71, pg 65

John McDougal, administrator of the estate of George McDougal, late of the City and County of San Francisco,  is authorized to sell at a private sale all the real property of said George McDougal

chapter 76, pg 58

It shall be lawful for Berthold Hoen, guardian of Juan West, Juliana West, Maria Del Carmel West, Carlos West and Genavieve West, infants and minor heirs of William Mark West, deceased, late of Sonoma County, to sell in whole or any portion of the land known as Rancho San Miguel in said County

chapter 87, pg 70

Mariano Malarin, guardian for the minor heirs of the estate of Juan Malarin, deceased, late of the County of Monterey, to wit:  Josefa, Cristina and Ygnacio Malarin is authorized to sell real estate belonging to said Juan Malarin

chapter 90, pg 72

I shall be lawful for William B. Atterbery, administrator of the estate of Martin E. Cook, deceased, to execute good and sufficient deeds of conveyance to the purchasers of the lands of said estate, sold by F.G. Hahman, late Public Administrator of Sonoma County

chapter 125, pg 121

Nicholas Pacheco, Ines Pacheco and Lorenzo Pacheco, children of Lorenzo Pacheco, deceased, and of Rafaela Soto de Pacheco, his wife, being minors, between the ages of 15 and 21 years are enabled to partition or sell real estate

chapter 126, pg 122

The executor of the estate of Joshua W. Redman, deceased, is authorized to sell the real estate of said deceased in Santa Clara County

chapter 142, pg 137

The legally appointed guardian of Jose Antonio Baca, Juan Baca, Miguel Baca, Dolores Pena and Jose Pena, minor heirs of the estate of the late Manuel Baca of Solano County, deceased, is authorized to sell real estate of said deceased

chapter 170, pg 176

The guardian of Memecio Berreyessa, a minor and the guardians of the minor heirs of Francisco Berreyessa, deceased - of Ignacio Berreyessa, deceased - of Encarnacion Berreyessa, deceased - and of Lorenzo Pineda, deceased - are authorized to sell any land within the State of California EXCEPT land whereupon the mine of New Almaden, in the County of Santa Clara, is situated.

chapter 174, pg 178

H.W. Bragg, guardian of the minor heirs of David Martin and Anne Martin, deceased is authorized to sell real estate of said minors

chapter 279, pg 305

It is hereby lawful for William Evans of the County of Butte, only surviving heir of Charles Evans, deceased to take possession of the property and effects of said Charles Evans without the process of administration



MISC

chapter 78, pg 59
It is hereby lawful for Michael Massett to disinter and remove the remains of all deceased persons, together with all monuments, etc. from the old burial place in the Town of Bidwell's Bar on the court house hill in the County of Butte and inter the same in the new burial place within a quarter of a mile on the south side of said town on the high ridge now occupied for that purpose

chapter 169, pg 175

Solon S. Simonds is authorized to construct a canal in the Town of Alviso in Santa Clara County commencing at the head of Steamboat Slough in a direct line to the Guadalupe River a length of 150 yards and 10 feet wide

chapter 189, pg 189

Charles B. Ryder is authorized to construct a wharf at Trinidad Bay in Klamath County commencing at a point known as Chesapeake Bay and running along Trinidad Head 150 feet in length

chapter 197, pg 209

George H. Ensign is authorized to lay down water pipes in the public streets in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 227, pg 234

An act to authorize the courts of record of this state to admit Adolphus Daniel Grimwood as an Attorney and Counselor at Law

chapter 307, pg 335

An act to authorize the courts of record of this state to admit E.G. Browne to practice as an attorney and counselor at law



PAYMENTS MADE BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

chapter 8, pg 6
$1000 payment to Moses Scott, Jr. for services rendered as Assistant Chief Clerk to the Board of Examiners.

chapter 16, pg 13

$500 payment to Henry L. Davis for services rendered as Assistant Clerk to the Board of Examiners.

chapter 28, pg 19

Payments of $1752. $2580 and $2942 to H. M. Willis for services rendered as Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court of City and County of San Francisco

chapter 56, pg 40

$300 payment to D. R. Dale for services as a witness in the case of The People of the State of California against Thomas W. Browder

chapter 135, pg 150

$375 payment to Sands W. Forman for services as Secretary of the State Board of Forestry 

chapter 143, pg 139

$2000 payment to H. Toler Booraem for volume 8 of the Reports of the Supreme Court of the State of California

chapter 160, pg 158

$23 payment to O.D. Avaline for publishing proclamations of the governor of the state
$20 payment to Woodworth Johnson for work done at the Insane Asylum

chapter 161, pg 158

$1344.31 payment to Adam Schuppert for printing and translating in the German language the report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

chapter 164, pg 163

$6000 payment to Michael Fennel for loss sustained on contract for the creation of the north wing of the Insane Asylum

chapter 165, pg 164

$270 payment to Chas. Forman and Alfred H. Estill for writing up the Senate Journals, 9th Session of the Legislature

chapter 167, pg 164

$200 payment to F. E. Corcoran for services rendered as Superintendent and Architect of the west wing of the Insane Asylum
$562 payment to William V. Fisher for milk supplied to the Insane Asylum
$250 payment to William Gravatt for services as Steward at the Insane Asylum
$481.91 payment to Luschinger & Hubbard for furniture, bedding, etc. furnished to the Insane Asylum
$134 payment to D.J. Oullahan for stove wood furnished to the Insane Asylum
$2869.98 payment to William Ward for meat supplied to the Insane Asylum
$170.95 payment to L. C. Van Allen for books and stationery supplied to the Insane Asylum
$268.64 payment to D. Cohen for clothing, vegetables, and supplies furnished to the Insane Asylum
$30 payment to Joseph Ware for services as Messenger to the Insane Asylum
$75 payment to J. W. Boucher for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$75 payment to E. M. Botts for services as Clerk at the Insane Asylum
$60 payment to William Weeks for services as Assistant Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$60 payment to James A. Rogers for services as Watchman at the Insane Asylum
$82.50 payment to Mr. Smith for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$368.35 payment to Nash & Beamis for boots and shoes supplied to the Insane Asylum
$495.07 payment to Mills & doll for hardware and tinware furnished to the Insane Asylum
$921.96 payment to Gray & Hickman for supplies furnished to the Insane Asylum
$75 payment to Mr. Welch for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$40 payment to Mrs. Welch for services as Washer at the Insane Asylum
$58 payment to William Weeks for services as Assistant Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$601.56 payment to Timothy Paige for lumber supplied to the Insane Asylum
$78 payment to Mary Roberts for services as Housemaid at the Insane Asylum
$75 payment to John Boyd for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$75 payment to S. I. Szaroarah for services as Cook at the Insane Asylum
$60 payment to William Teeter for services as Assistant Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$150 payment to Bridget Kelsey for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$175 payment to Jacob Melbourne for services as Cook at the Insane Asylum
$120 payment to James Trainer for services as Assistant Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$225 payment to Jacob McNutt for services as Carpenter at the Insane Asylum
$150 payment to Delia Gilloney for services as Cook at the Insane Asylum
$225 payment to William Teresa for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$45 payment to Mary McCarthy for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$50 payment to Joseph Wan for services as Messenger at the Insane Asylum
$240 payment to William Duke for services as Gardener at the Insane Asylum
$250 payment to M. Healey for services as Matron at the Insane Asylum
$30 payment to Henry Wood for services as Waiter at the Insane Asylum
$60 payment to James H. Rogers for services as Watchman at the Insane Asylum
$60 payment to Jesse Atwill for services as Assistant Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$51.32 payment to Sanders & Hickman for hardware supplied to the Insane Asylum
$34.14 payment to L. Vihae for vegetables supplied to the Insane Asylum
$76.05 payment to F. Depois for vegetables supplied to the Insane Asylum
$46.70 payment to H. M. North for vegetables supplied to the Insane Asylum
$1051.36 payment to C. R. Bowen for groceries supplied to the Insane Asylum
$133.75 payment to M. L. Bird for plows, harness, saddlery, etc furnished to the Insane Asylum
$42.71 payment to Simpson & Gray for lumber furnished to the Insane Asylum
$50.93 payment to Hall & Higgins for vegetables supplied to the Insane Asylum
$163.82 payment to J.B. Houche for groceries supplied to the Insane Asylum
$112.83 payment to R. W. Noble for butter and eggs supplied to the Insane Asylum
$2976.86 payment to John Gross for bread supplied to the Insane Asylum
$100 payment to S.P. Christy for services as Hospital Steward at the Insane Asylum
$435.01 payment to Eldridge & Bros.  for vegetables supplied to the Insane Asylum
$32.92 payment to S. Selig & Bro for tobacco supplied to the Insane Asylum
$124.33 payment to Stockwell & Underhill for dry goods furnished to the Insane Asylum
$135 payment to Charles Benjamin and wife for services as Keepers of the Male and Female Wards at the Insane Asylum
$574.30 payment to H. T. Compton for groceries supplied to the Insane Asylum
$125 payment to P.E. Gordon for services as Steward at the Insane Asylum
$23.33 payment to Isabella Hayes for services as Female Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$20 payment to Bartholomew Hayes for services as Assistant Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$296.35 payment to Hale & Wheeler for vegetables supplied to the Insane Asylum
$173 payment to Fox & O'Connor for liquor supplied to the Insane Asylum
$71 payment to Bisayne Bros. for merchandise supplied to the Insane Asylum
$67.10 payment to Rolland & McCahill for dry goods furnished to the Insane Asylum
$257.95 payment to Chas. P. Greenley for hardware furnished to the Insane Asylum
$227.86 payment to E.O. Langley for medicines supplied to the Insane Asylum
$46 payment to Kierski & Bro for paper and stationery supplied to the Insane Asylum
$124.47 payment to W. Hart for blacksmithing to the Insane Asylum
$106.91 payment to W. W. Webster for merchandise supplied to the Insane Asylum
$53.44 payment to Luchsinger & Hubbard for mattresses supplied to the Insane Asylum
$78 payment to Volney Cushing for castings supplied to the Insane Asylum
$40.30 payment to G.V. Fisher for work done at the Insane Asylum
$10 payment to George H. Sanderson for crockery supplied to the Insane Asylum
$10 payment to Charles S. Morris for rubber boots and pants supplied to the Insane Asylum
$45.92 payment to O.C. Gage for paints, oil, etc, supplied to the Insane Asylum
$33.75 payment to A.S. Gage for paint furnished to the Insane Asylum

chapter 206, pg 215

$5388.42 payment to Joseph Nougues for labor done and materials furnished for construction of the State Capitol in the City of Sacramento

chapter 207, pg 216

$270 payment to John S. Lee for services as Journal Clerk to the Senate
$50 payment to John C. Boggs for arresting an escaped convict Thomas Lawrence
$17.50 payment to Martin Clark for services as a Waiter at the Insane Asylum
$22 payment to Henry Lewis for services as an Assistant Cook at the Insane Asylum

chapter 208, pg 216

$97.77 payment to Marks & Brothers for groceries provided at the Insane Asylum
$173.25 payment to Cohn & Co. for blankets furnished at the Insane Asylum
$700 payment to H.M. Fanning for removing main frame building at the Insane Asylum
$23.75 payment to J.J. Ames for publishing proclamation of the Governor in the San Diego Herald
$137.25 payment to J. Sarles for milk furnished at the Insane Asylum

chapter 213, pg 221

$103.58 payment to Richard Savage for services rendered as Journal Clerk of the Assembly of the 9th Session
$330 payment to J.T. Ewing for services as Assistant Secretary of State
$103.58 payment to Cyril Hawkins for completing Assembly Journals of the 9th Session
$673.52 payment to F.S. McKenzie for services as State Prison Director
$376.52 payment to Alexander Bell for services as State Prison Director
$360 payment to Thos N. Cazneau for services as Secretary of the Senate
$138.11 payment to J. W. Scobey for services as Chief Clerk of the Assembly
$126.60 payment to J.N. Bingay for services as Assistant Clerk of the Assembly
$104 payment to J.S. Gillan for services as Warrant Clerk to Controller
$280 payment to H.H. Whitman for services as Clerk to the Controller
$45.51 payment to Chas. D. Cushing for services rendered to the Legislature of the 9th Session
$8.50 payment to E.G. Moreto for furnishing the Eco del Pacifico to Senators at the 8th Session
$29 payment to Augustus Miller for services as Cook at the Insane Asylum
$198.30 payment to Austin E. Smith for temporary state loan bond no. 645
$27 payment to William H. Crowell for clerk fees in the County of Sonoma in the suit The People of the State vs. W.A. Buster, William Spron and John Headley
$896 payment to R.P. Lee for examination of the books of the Treasurer

chapter 224, pg 337

$300 payment to Allen Kelly for his salary while acting as Executive Officer for the State Board of Forestry 

chapter 225, pg 338

$25,000 payment is authorized to erect a monument over the grave of ex-Governor William Irwin.

chapter 231, pg 344

$800 payment for the care and maintenance and preservation of trees, tools, and teams belonging to the State at Chico and Santa Monica - N. Southmayd $200, Ira H. Locey $200, Henry Locey $100, Wm. S. Lyon $300

chapter 232, pg 237

$1000 payment to Edward Potter for arresting the murderers of Frank Lane
$400 payment to M.G. King for services as Draughtsman in State Land Office
$400 payment to Wilson Halsey for services as Draughtsman in State Land Office
$500 payment to N.A.H. Ball for services as Clerk to the Select Committee of the Assembly for investigating the books, accounts, etc. in suits of the People vs. The Pacific Express Company and Henry Bates
$50 payment to C.W. Robinson for conveying insane convict to the Insane Asylum
$65 payment to Dr. A.W. Taliaferro for conveying 2 insane convicts to the Insane Asylum
$508.09 payment to C.T. Meader for groceries purchased for the Insane Asylum

chapter 243, pg 535

$1000 payment to Cyrus Lyon for the capture of Anastacio Garcia in 1855

chapter 257, pg 262

$500 payment to F. Castro for arresting a murderer named Pio Leneares

chapter 273, pg 299

$1000 payment to Wm H. Peterson for arresting a murderer by the name of Anastacia Garcia indicted for the murder of Isaac B. Wall and Thomas Williamson in the County of Los Angeles
$504.37 payment to T.R. Eldredge for translating the reports of the State Treasurer and Controller in the French language

chapter 286, pg 308

$146 payment to Thomas K. Monk for services as Clerk to the Select Committee of the Assembly

chapter 316, pg 351

$217.25 payment to Thomas Hoffy for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$205.50 payment to John Senour for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$698.33 payment to T.J. Arnold for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$485 payment to C.P. Edson for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$485 payment to Roger S. Day for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$495 payment to Loren Oviatt for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$291 payment to Wm Milligan for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$210 payment to Thomas Hill for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$69 payment to James Green for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$72 payment to Richard Yarnell for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$357 payment to F.A. Bishop for services on wagon road survey across the Sierra Nevada
$78.34 payment to Albert W. Bee for provisions delivered to Sherman Day for the wagon road surveying party across the Sierra Nevada

chapter 318, pg 355

In the City and County of San Francisco
$720 payment to Samuel R. Gerry for medical services rendered in trying cases of insanity
$1500 payment to Philip Martin for services rendered in cleaning and watching the Hall of Records
$250 payment each to John McQuade and William Fell for services rendered as Copying Clerks in the Recorder's Office
$2151 payment to E.B. Vreeland as assignee of J.H. Kent for services rendered by Kent as Coroner
$150 payment to John C. Griswold for services rendered as Clerk in the office of the Superintendent of Streets and Highways

chapter 319, pg 357

$75 payment to Charles Smith for services as Keeper at the Insane Asylum
$30 payment to Henry Lewis for services as Cook  at the Insane Asylum

chapter 320, pg 358

$125 payment to M. Healy services as Matron at the Insane Asylum

chapter 329, pg 373


$5388.42 payment to Joseph Nougues for work done and material furnished for the State Capitol