26 August 2017

Selected Genealogical Abstracts from the California Statutes - 1867



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IMPORTANT LAWS PASSED IN 1867

chapter 222, pg 215
An Act to provide for the sale of escheated estates

chapter 344, pg 418
An Act to provide for compensating parties whose property may be destroyed in consequence of mobs or riot

chapter 500, pg 672
An Act to provide for the preservation of the Spanish Archives, title Papers of Land Claims and records relating thereto

Resolution 37, pg 754
Joint Resolution regarding the Mendocino Indian Reservation

Resolution 42, pg 755
Senators of the State of California are instructed to use their influence to secure aid for Captain Thomas E. Trueworthy from the Federal Government in perfecting the navigation of the Colorado River to Callville, Arizona



MISC

chapter 30, pg 28
David P. Mallagh and Hub Hollister shall have the right to construct and maintain a wharf on the Bay of San Luis Obispo in the County of San Luis Obispo to the west and near the mouth of San Luis Creek

chapter 48, pg 45
Charles M. Benbrook, Samuel Maben and Marcus D. Brundige of the City and County of Los Angeles are authorized to build a turnpike road from a point near Niley's Rancho in the County of Los Angeles running over the dividing ridge to the Canon of San Francisco

chapter 59, pg 57
W. G. Hunt and L. M. Curtis are authorized to construct a lock in Cache Creek near the outlet of Clear Lake in Lake County.

chapter 103, pg 87
Z. B. Heywood and J. H. Jacobs are authorized to construct a wharf at Ocean View Landing in Alameda County

chapter 105, pg 87
E. H. Perry is authorized to construct a turnpike road from a point on the Sonora and Mono Road near West Walker River to a point in Antelope Valley

chapter 158, pg 135
H.B. Tichenor and R. G. Byxbee are authorized to build a railroad, and  wharf and toll bridge in Mendocino County at the mouth of the Navarro River

chapter 178, pg 157
Niles Mills is authorized to build a wharf at Lakeville in Sonoma County on the east bank of Petaluma Creek

chapter 205, pg 199
Cyrus Cheeny is authorized to build and maintain a wharf on the San Joaquin river at the Town of Antioch

chapter 206, pg 200
Antonio Giorgiani and Paul Torre are authorized to maintain and use a certain wharf near the mouth of the creek in Alameda County located on Swamp Land survey #68 in Township 3S Range 3W of Mount Diablo meridian

chapter 240, pg 242
John K. Hackett and Charles D. Judah are authorized to maintain and use a certain wharf at the Pulgas Rancho in the County of San Mateo

chapter 241, pg 243
George Hearst and Joseph Clark are authorized to build a wharf at San Simeon Bay in the County of San Luis Obispo

chapter 263, pg 277
Frederick W. Kuelp, Hugo Schenk, John Foster, William Workman, Theodore Riser and A. Langenberger are authorized to construct and maintain a wharf in the County of Los Angeles on the Bay of Bolea Chiquita 13 1/2 miles from the Town of Anaheim

chapter 291, pg 312
Thomas B. Lewis, E. Thomas and Henry Pichoir are authorized to construct and maintain a railroad in the City and County of San Francisco near the terminus of the Potrero and Bay View Railroad

chapter 301, pg 342
William W. Waddell is authorized to maintain a wharf and railroad in Santa Cruz County

chapter 333, pg 402
Jerome B. Ford is authorized to construct and maintain a wharf at the mouth of the Big River in Mendocino County

chapter 385, pg 470
Robert Betge, Henry Winkle and Emile Kower are authorized to lay down and maintain a railroad in the City and County of San Francisco commencing at the intersection of O'Farrell and Market Street

chapter 388, pg 477
Elijah Beebe is authorized to construct a chute and moorings at Beebe's Landing in Mendocino County and collect a toll for the use

chapter 400, pg 486
James Kenny is authorized to construct and maintain a chute and landing at Cuffey's Cove in Mendocino County and to collect a toll for use

chapter 466, pg 625
William Dunphy, George D. Bliss and Peter McCann are authorized to carry on and maintain the business of slaughtering beef cattle, hogs, sheep and calves in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 489, pg 645
Charles Moss and Donald Beadle are authorized to construct and maintain a wharf in the County of Monterey at the point known as "Moss Landing" near the mouth of the Salinas River in the Bay of Monterey

chapter 491, pg 646
P. K. Austin is authorized to construct and maintain a turnpike road from the Town of San Rafael to Point San Quentin in Marin County

chapter 525, pg 700
John B. Ward is authorized to construct and maintain a wharf in Santa Barbara County at the Guadalupe Ranch

chapter 526, pg 701
Lyman Leslie and Paul K. Hubbs are authorized to build and maintain a wharf at the City of Vallejo in the County of Solano

chapter 535, pg 709
William Bihler is authorized to construct a wharf on the east side of the Petaluma Creek, near Lakeville  in Sonoma County



GUARDIANSHIPS, ESTATES & PROBATES

chapter 60, pg 57
The administrator of the estate of Charles White is authorized to sell real estate of said deceased.

chapter 69, pg 62
The guardian of Victoriano Guerraro, minor child of Francisco Guerraro, deceased, is authorized to sell real estate in the County of San Francisco near the Mission Dolores known as "Las Manzanitas"

chapter 104, pg 87
Thomas Jefferson Clunie, a minor, of Sacramento County, is hereby declared of lawful age as if he were twenty-one years old.

chapter 201, pg 195
Richard Abby, administrator of the estate of R. H. Farquar, deceased, is authorized to sell land or real estate located in the County of Nevada

chapter 473, pg 641
Henry S. Dexter, the administrator of the estate of Annie B. Dexter, deceased,  is authorized to sell real estate of said deceased in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 474, pg 641
Montgomery Godley, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Charles G. McChesney, deceased is authorized to sell certain land belonging to said deceased in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 475, pg 642
Romualdo Pacheco, trustee for the infant heirs of Juana Castro, deceased is authorized to sell certain real estate in the County of San Luis Obispo

chapter 477, pg 641
John Hayes and Maria Hayes, guardians of William C. Kisling and Caroline A. Kisling, minors are authorized to sell certain real estate in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 490, pg 645
The Guardian of Minnie Locke, Belle Locke and Willie H. Locke, infant heirs of Frederick A. Woodworth, deceased is authorized to lease certain real estate in the City and County of San Francisco



PAYMENTS MADE BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

chapter 227, pg 220
$1000 payment to William O'Shea for cleaning the Streets in San Francisco

chapter 303, pg 346
$2000 payment to C. C. Townsend for damages sustained by him in arresting a murderer in the County of Nevada

chapter 338, pg 406
$370 payment in gold or silver coin to Mrs. E. Wright salary due her as a teacher in Jefferson School District, #1 in San Mateo County

chapter 346, pg 421
$500 payment to William Fitzpatrick for losses sustained by him on contract to grade Sixteenth Street from Guerrero to Dolores Street in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 399, pg 486
$200 payment to C. D. Lyman for extra services in the State Library

chapter 410, pg 503
$300 payment to W. W. Price for services rendered in building roads in Placer County

chapter 456, pg 599
$7627 payment to W. D. Harriman and William G. Wood for services as clerks of the Supreme Court

chapter 461, pg 616
$475 payment to Captain John H. Gilmore for services rendered as a commissioned officer of Company F, Sixth Infantry, California volunteers in recruiting for said company

chapter 488, pg 644
$300 payment to T. M. Brown for the capture of Indian Frank, the murderer of R. L. Stockton, the Indian Agent of the Hoopa Valley Reservation in Klamath County

chapter 494, pg 664
$1400 payment to Anna Lee, the widow of District Judge Harvey Lee who was accidentally killed

chapter 529, pg 703
$1000 payment to David L. Britten for damages sustained by him in the arrest of criminals in El Dorado County

chapter 544, pg 722
$1000 payment to Mark W. Higgins for furnishing uniforms to the Hugh O'Neill Guard of the California State Militia



NAME CHANGES

chapter 255, pg 268
The name of the Howard Street Religious Society, San Francisco, a religious association incorporated in the State of California is granted authorization to change the name to the Howard Presbyterian Society.

chapter 326, pg 372
The Italian Mutual Benevolent Association, incorporated in the State of California is authorized to change the name to "Societa Italiana di Mutua Beneficenza

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