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chapter 44, page 25
The name of Mary Louisa Muller, a minor, stepdaughter of Hubertus Schardin, of the County of Nevada, is hereby changed to Mary Louisa Schardin.
chapter 60, pg 34
An Act to change the name of Robert Goodwin to Robert Henry Wright.
chapter 68, pg 39
An Act to change the name of William C. Perry to William C. Miller.
chapter 116, pg 85
An Act to change the name of Francis Butler McAlister to Francis Butler.
chapter 92, pg 58
An Act to change the name of Andrew Jackson Kneetle to Andrew Jackson Brewer.
chapter 150, pg 118
An Act to change the name of Charles Pearce to Charles Greenwich Howard.
chapter 187, pg 153
An Act to change the name of Jeremiah Gove Baker to Henry Tiffany Baker.
chapter 281, pg 263
An Act to change the names of the persons herein:
Ann Gunn to Ann Freeman
Edward Gunn to Edward Gunn Freeman
George Frederick Gunn to George Frederick Freeman
Mary Matilda Gunn (wife of George Frederick Gunn) to Mary Matilda Freeman
Emily Elizabeth Gunn to Emily Elizabeth Freeman
Chalkey P. Lolor to Charles P. Lolor
Edward Goetz to Edward Gets
Moses C. Phillipowski to Moses C. Phillips
Irwin Blanco to Yres C. Blance
George Reiser to Thomas Smith
ESTATES AND GUARDIANSHIPS
chapter 6, pg 6
John Wilson is authorized to sell land in San Luis Obispo County belonging to his infant son John D. Wilson, conveyed by Guadalupe Cantua and wife Mariano Pacheco, Ramualdo Pacheco and the said John D. Wilson as joint tenants.
chapter 46, pg 26
An Act to authorize the administrator of the estate of Samuel J. Crosby, deceased to sell real estate in the County of Santa Clara.
chapter 48, pg 27
Mary McKenna, administratrix of John McKenna, a late resident of the city of Benecia, Solano County is authorized to sell real estate of deceased.
chapter 51, pg 29
The lawful heirs of David Morgan are authorized to inherit the real estate owned by the deceased in the city and county of San Francisco.
chapter 78, pg 50
William Potter, guardian for James K. Polk Potter, infant and minor heir of John Potter, deceased is authorized to sell real estate in the County of Butte.
chapter 80, pg 51
John S. Berry, administrator of the estate of F. P. Bohem, deceased is authorized to sell real estate in the County of Butte.
chapter 102, pg 71
A. W. Rawson and F. M. Kittredge, executors of the estate of Peter Tracy, deceased are authorized to sell real estate in the County of Santa Cruz.
chapter 110, pg 80
Otis Greenwood, administrator of the estate of Joel Allen, deceased is authorized to sell real estate in the County of Tuolumne.
chapter 114, pg 83
Mary Hart, executrix of the last will and testament of William Hart, deceased is authorized to sell real estate in the city and county of San Francisco.
chapter 159, pg 127
Hiram Eckert, of Butte County, guardian of Frank Spencer Eckert is authorized to sell real estate.
chapter 166, pg 137
R. P. Andrews, administrator of the estate of John Andrews, late of Calaveras County is authorized to sell real estate.
chapter 182, pg 148
The administrator of the estate of Charles White, deceased is authorized to sell real estate in the County of Santa Clara.
chapter 183, pg 149
An Act for the relief of George W. Manchester, administrator upon the estate of Thomas Manchester, deceased.
chapter 188, pg 154
Jeremiah V. Hollinsead is authorized to sell his interest in the homestead claim in the County of San Francisco of him and his wife who is now in the Insane Asylum.
chapter 216, pg 178
Jose de Jesus Pico, guardian of his infant children Frederica Pico, Tenovio Pico, Thomas Pico, Isabel Pico, Virginia Pico, and Jose Pico is authorized to sell land situated on the bay of San Simeon in the County of San Luis Obispo.
chapter 285, pg 205
O. C. Coffin and F. M. Warmcastle, guardians of Alice Marsh are authorized to sell the real and personal estate in the County of Contra Costa.
chapter 245, pg 210
Samuel S. Phillips, administrator of the estate of Albert Wardwell, late of the city and county of San Francisco is authorized to sell real estate.
chapter 271, pg 253
The claim of Caroline M. Robertson, administratrix of Thomas Robertson, deceased for the sum of $180 for services rendered by John II. Stewart as Assistant Secretary of the Senate during 1854 and duly assigned to said Thomas Robertson is paid.
chapter 278, pg 259
Julia R. Olds, executrix of the last will and testament of William B. Olds, deceased is authorized to sell real estate in California and report all sales to the probate court of San Francisco.
chapter 290, pg 271
Henry M. Halleck, Archibald C. Peachy and P. Warren Van Winkle appointed executors by the last will and testament of Joseph L. Folsom, deceased of the County of San Francisco are authorized to sell land.
chapter 295, pg 275
Frederick Gautier, Consul of France at the Port of San Francisco is paid $719.66 for the benefit of the heirs of P. Maurin, deceased.
chapter 326, pg 316
William Norris, administrator of the estate left unadministered of the estate of James Blair is authorized to sell real estate in the county of San Francisco.
chapter 333, pg 329
An Act for the relief of the Heirs of P. Dillon - Gustave Tonchard has been appointed guardian of Francois Guillaume Dillon, Guillaume Augustin Dillon, Amilie Pauline Dillon, Charles Dillon, Helie Eliza Marie Dillon, and Patrice Henry Dillon, minor children of Patrice Dillon, deceased, late Consul of France at the city of San Francisco.
chapter 347, pg 338
The Guardian of the minor heirs of Antonio M. Armijo is authorized to sell real estate in California.
chapter 39, page 22
William Green and Michael Hayes are authorized to construct and maintain streets in San Francisco
chapter 50, pg 28
D. O. Shattuck is paid $286 for services as a Judge of the San Francisco Superior Court
chapter 54, pg 30
Herbert Chilion Jones is authorized to practice as an Attorney and Counselor at Law.
chapter 79, pg 51
William T. Barbour is paid $7200 for back pay due to him as District Judge of the Tenth Judicial District.
chapter 93, pg 58
Martha Buckelew is authorized to build a wharf at Agnes Island in Marin County.
chapter 124, pg 94
An Act providing for the payment of $20,427 of a judgment in favor of Trustum C. Gilman against the County of Contra Costa.
chapter 129, pg 101
J. Bithell is paid $178.50 for stationery furnished at the 10th Session of the Legislature.
chapter 160, pg 127
R. Augustus Thompson is paid $2000 and Ferris Forman is paid $2000 for services and expenses incurred as Commissioners from the State of California to the President of the United States.
chapter 168, pg 138
Charles S. Collins is authorized to build a wharf at Point Colberg in Solano County
chapter 169, pg 138
A. P. Overton is authorized to build a wharf on the southwest side of Petaluma Creek in the County of Sonoma.
chapter 170, pg 139
Justus Hovey, assignee of Thomas R. Eldridge is paid $623.70 for translating the laws of California passed in 1856 into the Spanish language.
chapter 241, pg 208
J. M. Warner is paid $75 for services rendered by him as Appraiser at the State prison.
chapter 243, pg 209
Joshua Chadbourne and Josiah Bacon are authorized to construct and maintain a wharf at Lakeville in the County of Sonoma.
chapter 282, pg 263
J. C. Cissna is authorized to construct a breakwater and wharf at the Port of San Luis Obispo
chapter 285, pg 266
Charles B. Polhemus, John Center, Robert Allen, John Perry, Jr., and W. Southwick are authorized to construct streets in San Francisco
chapter 301, pg 281
D. J. Snyder is paid $200 for indexing the journals of the Senate and Assembly
chapter 322, pg 314
B. F. Hastings is paid $2000 for arms and transportation he furnished the State
chapter 323, pg 314
D. H. Whipley is paid $630
chapter 330, pg 327
Peter II. Burnett is paid $1860.22 due him for salary as one of the Justices of the Supreme Court.
chapter 338, pg 333
A. J. F. Phelan is paid $1170 for services rendered by him as Clerk of the Board of War Debt Commissioners in 1859.
chapter 353, pg 342
J. B. Dayton is paid $210.25 for his services as Clerk of the Sixth Judicial District Court.
chapter 367, pg 358
John J. Tomlinson is authorized to build a wharf at the Port of San Pedro in the County of Los Angeles.
chapter 371, pg 406
John S. Love is paid $119.75 for expenses incurred by him as one of the Board of Land Commissioners in 1855.
res 3, pg 410
Charles Fernald, Judge of Santa Barbara County is granted 5 month leave during the year 1860.
res 5, pg 410
R. B. Sherrard Judge of the County of Sutter is granted a 4 month leave during the present year.
res 15, pg 415
Michael Martin is to be paid $4 per day for his services as fireman of the furnaces in the basement of the state house.
res 25, pg 418
Samuel E. Marshall is granted a 6 month leave from the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors.
res 31, pg 421
Carlos Lindley, Judge of the County of Yuba is granted a 4 month leave during his present term of office.
res 38, pg 424
A. J. Moulder, Superintendent of Public Instruction is granted a 5 month leave to visit the Atlantic States.