04 September 2017

Selected Genealogical Abstracts from the California Statutes - 1889

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chapter 6, pg 4
$6624 payment to N.P. Perine for furnishing granite and statuary and labor performed for the Insane Asylum at Napa

chapter 13, pg 11
$6500 payment for expenses in the case of Che Chang Ping, now on appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States.  $2500 payment to each John F. Swift and S. M. White for their services in representing the interests of the people of the State of California

chapter 33, pg 40
$1970 payment to Thomas O'Neil for services and material furnished in painting and frescoing the offices of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the offices of the State Treasurer

chapter 34, pg 41
$532 payment to J. J. Lynch for services rendered as Clerk in the office of the Surveyor General

chapter 35, pg 41
$585.43 payment to James Touhey for grading Fifteenth Street from L Street to N Street in Sacramento

chapter 36, pg 42
$116.55 payment to John A. Cole for conveying a prisoner from Folsom State Prison to San Bernardino for a new trial ordered by the Supreme Court

chapter 37, pg 42
$131.50 payment to Chas. E. Hughes for conveying a prisoner from San Quentin to Crescent City, Del Norte County for a new trial ordered by the Supreme Court

chapter 46, pg 48
$150 payment to W. E. Dodge for services rendered in reporting the proceedings of the Court Martial of Captain John A. Rapp

chapter 49, pg 49
$495 payment to William Guttenberger for the construction of an iron railing for counter in the office of the Treasurer

chapter 50, pg 50
$1300 payment to C. M. Bumbaugh for services in removing the rubbish deposited in the basement of the State Capitol and thoroughly whitewashing and fumigating said basement

chapter 51, pg 50
$288.35 payment to E. Lyons, C. M. Bumbaugh and L. M. Landborough for draping of the State Capitol on the occasion of the death of the late Governor Washington Bartlett

chapter 53, pg 51
$1220 payment to N.P. Cole for cabinets furnished the Governor's office

chapter 68, pg 65
$25 payment to A. A. Bennett for professional services rendered as consulting architect in making alterations in the State Capitol

chapter 69, pg 65
$118 payment to Ben Cohen for decorating the State Capitol for the Grant Obsequies

chapter 71, pg 66
$522 payment to William Pyburn, his heirs or assignees for services rendered as a private soldier in defending the eastern frontier of California against attacks of Indians

chapter 136, pg 146
$4240.85 payment to E. M. Gallagher for painting and glazing the Napa State Insane Asylum

chapter 147, pg 154
$1000 payment to Mrs. J. G. Lemon for services as Commissioner of Women's Department at the New Orleans World's Industrial and Cotton Exposition

chapter 157, pg 176
$1775.50 payment to I. G. Wickersham for the extradition of Ang Tai Duck charged with the murder of J.C. Wickersham and wife in Sonoma County

chapter 158, pg 176
$300 payment to Gregory Valerro for damage sustained by him due to his horse having been injured by a defect in the planking of Mission Street on the waterfront in the City and County of San Francisco

chapter 163, pg 199
$104.25 payment to John Cravens for services as Janitor of the Supreme Court at Sacramento

chapter 167, pg 202
$5000 payment to George W. Mayberry for damages sustained by him in falling through the sidewalk on the State Capitol grounds.  He suffered severe internal injuries which have been pronounced incurable and wholly incapacitate him from working

chapter 184, pg 218
$140 payment to John C. Edgar for transporting two insane persons - John Sweeney and Mr. Turno -  from Redwood City, San Mateo County to the Stockton State Insane Asylum

chapter 185, pg 218
$468.15 payment to W. T. Beville of Colusa County for the extradition of W. S. Welling a fugitive from justice charged with murder

chapter 260, pg 399

$4000 payment to Wilson De Letta, a carpenter working for the State Harbor Commission in San Francisco for personal injuries namely the breaking and permanent crippling of his right leg while obeying the orders of his superior officer

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