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DISTRICT OF SAN DIEGO.

Jos6 M. Covarrubias Collector, San Diego *3,000

W. G. Hoffman Deputy 2,190

DISTRICT OF SAN PEDRO.

John G. Downey Collector, San Pedro *3,000

William G. Ross Deputy 2,190

Pedro Carillo Surveyor 2,000

DISTRICT OF MONTEREY.

Joseph A. "Watson Collector, Monterey *3,000

F. M. Kitterage Inspector, Santa Cruz 1,825

Charles H. Johnson "San Luis Obispo 2,190

DISTRICT OF SONOMA.

Timothy B. Storer Collector, Benicia *3,000

DISTRICT OF SAN JOAQUIN.

Andrew Lester Collector, Stockton *3,000

DISTRICT OF SACRAMENTO.

Thomas W. Sutherland Collector, Sacramento *3,O0O

VI—DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

Jacob Thompson Secretary of the Interior.

Moses Kelly Chief Clerk

8,000 2,200

1. U. S. SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE, CALIFORNIA. James W. Mandeville, Survey or-General 4,500

Owen P. Sutton, Chief Clerk. .$2,000
R. C. Hopkins, Archive Clerk.. 2,000
John W. Shore," ".. 2,000
Edw'd Conway, Field-Note Cl'k 2,000
Wm. Melvin Smith," "2,000
Theodore Snell, " "2,000
J. E. Terrell, ""2,000

A. S Easton, Field-Note Clerk. 2,000

John D. Hoffman, Draughtsman 2,000

Alexander Zakreski, " 2,000

J. D. Saunders, "2,000

R. W. Fishbourne, " 2,000

John F. Williams, " 2,000

Patrick McGee, Messenger

* Two thousand dollars allowed as lees, when collected from the revenues of the office.

2. LAND DISTRICTS OP CALIFORNIA.

NUMBER ONE—HUMBOLDT. Salary.

■William MoDaniol Register Humboldt *$3,000

George W. Hook Receiver" *3,000

NUMBER TWO—MARYSVILLE.

E. 0. F. Hastings Register Marysville *3,000

Joseph Hopkins Receiver " *3,000

NUMBER THREE—SAN FRANCISCO.

Ira Munson Register San Francisco *3,000

... .Receiver " *3,000

Paschal Bequette

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A. C. Bradford

"William B. Norman Receiver

NUMBER FIVE—VISALIA.

William Baker Register Visalia *3,000

Edward Hart Receiver" *3,000

NUMBER SIX—LOS ANGELES.

"Walter T. Harvey Register Los Angeles *3,000

Augustin Olvera Receiver " *3,000

3. INDIAN DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA. Thomas J. Henley, Superintendent, San Francisco; salary, $4,000.

Name. Office. Station. Salary. When appointed.

Thos. P. Madden.. Clerk to Svp't.. .San Francisco.. .$2,500. .Aug. 25, '54 J. R. Vineyard .. .j. idian Agent... Tejon Reserve... 3,000..May 11, '56

C'rk & Comiss'y." " ... 1,800..

VincentE.Geiger.il iian Agent.... Nome Lacke R'vn 3,000..June 1, '67

"W. Martin CI -k & Comiss'y." " ... 1,800. .March 1, '56

H.L.Ford Sub Agent Mendocino Res'vn 1,500..May 29, '56

"Wilson Clerk & Comiss'y." "1,200..July I, '58

D. E. Buel Indian Agent... .Klamath Reserve 3,000. .July 26, '58

P.H.Pierce Clerk &, Comiss'y. " "1,200.. Oct. 3, '56

M.B.Lewis Sub Agent Frezno Reserve.. 1,500. .July 26, '56

J. J. Kendrick Special Agent Colorado River.. 1,500..Aug. 1, '57

A. N. Dorsay "" Tule River 1,500..April 1, '57

A.C.Godwin "" Russian River... \ ..Dec. 11, '54

J. B. Smith "" Clear Lake \ ..Dec. 13, '54

O. P. H. Coleman . "" Bodega j ..Dec. 21, '54

J. H. Foster "" Mendocino Co... j • •Jan- 10, '65

J. J. "Warner "" San Diego Co ... j ..May 29, '55

J. Rains "" San Luis Rey ... f . .Jan. 17, '55

J. N. Angier "" Mokelumne Hill. f . .Sept. 19, '55

P.B.Reading "". ..Cottonwood f . .Sept. 19, T55

* And office rent. t No compensation.—[See note next page.]

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John B. Floyd Secretary of War Salary, $8,000

William R. Drinkard Chief Clerk "2,200

DEPARTMENT OF THE PACIFIC.f Newman S. Clark, Colonel 6th Infantry, and Bvt. Brig. Gen'l, Commanding. 1. Officers Of The Department Staff.

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* No compensation. These agents hold special appointments from the Superintendent, for the purpose of exercising the authority of the Department in maintaining tranquility among the Indians, in the district of country where they reside.

t The country west of the Rocky Mountains, except the Territory of Utah and the Department of New Mexico. So much of the Territory of Utah as lies west of the 117th degree of longitude, is added to the Department of the Pacific, per general orders No. 2 from the head quarters of the army, dated January 14th, 1858. $ Salaries as officers of the army.

VIII.—NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Salary.

Isaac Toucey, Secretary of the Navy $8,000

Charles W. Welsh Chief Clerk 2,200

NAVY YARD, MARE ISLAND.

Captain R. R. Cunningham Commandant *

Commander D. C. McDougall Executive Officer *

INDEPENDENCE RAZEE—RECEIVING SHIP.

Commander A. B. Fairfax Commanding *

J. S. Messersmith Surgeon *

CIVIL OFFICERS.

Austin E. Smith Navy Agent and Acting Purser.... 4,000

Jesse Sawyer Naval Storekeeper 2,500

Isaiah Hanscom Naval Constructor 2,300

Daniel Turner ._.. Civil Engineer 4,000

NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE.

Austin E. Smith Navy Agent, San Francisco 4,000

H. Clay Smith, Clerk $3,000

John R. Kittrell, Clerk 2,500

H. C. Logan, Clerk 1,500

Jordan Gr. Gardner 750

IX.—POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Aaron V. Brown Postmaster-General 8,000

Horatio King Assistant" 3,000

William H. Dundas "" 3,000

John Mason "" 3,000

G.G. Poindexter. Chief Clerk. 2,200

1. DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA.

D. Fry Special Agent

Offices And Postmasters.

[ Corrected at the San Francisco Post-Office, August 14, 1858. ]

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ALAMEDA.

Alameda Arthur S. Barber

Alvarado A. E. Crane

Brooklyn B. F. Rynders

Centreville B. Z. Clements

Oakland S. Gallagher

San Leandro L. Lengfeldt

San Lorenzo J. A. Griffin

AMADOR.

Butte City. Jno. Lelear

• Salary as officers of the Navy.

Dry town B. F. Riehtmyer

lone City. S. Heacock

Jackson J. H. Bradly

Pine Grove A. Leonard

Sarahsville H. Robinson

Sutter Creek Giles M. Crandall

Volcano H. T. Barnum

BUTTE.

Bangor James D. Watson

Butte Mills J. S. McCleery

t And two dollars per day when employed.

Bidwell's Bar. Gordon Serviss

Brash Creek D. G. Martin

Charley's Rancho* John Lowery

Cherokee E. J. Davis

Chioo J. Bidwell

Forbestown ¥m. E. Dudley

Frenchtown J. J. Stewart

Hamilton R. Davis

Hansonville J. H. Hanson

Lassena W. P. Mayhew

Oroville D. C. Downer

Pea-Vine D. Whipple

Rio Seco A. B. Porkner

Stringtown Joseph Kreugle

Tarr's Ranch J. L. Tarr

Thompson's Flat Francis Peters

"Woodville Joseph Wood

CALAVERAS.

Angels J. C. Scribner

Campo Seco J. W. McGiveay

Chili E. M. Farmer

Double Springs D. W. Briant

Fourth Crossing A. Z. Bentzhoof

Half Way House D. W. Fanning

Jenny Lind D. S. Thompson

Mill Valley E. J. Ospern

Mokelumne Hill H. S. Anheiser

Murphy's A. H. Stevens

Musquito Mumford Eldred

North Branch E. T. Lake

Poverty Bar John Fitzsimmons

Rail Road Flat Geo. W. Angiers

Reynold's Ferry C. Johnson

Rich Gulch T. H. Weaver

San Andreas H. Austin

Valecito P. J. Prendergast

West Point A. Walbaum

COLUSA.

Colusa Wm. Vincent

Grand Island Thomas Eddy

Jacinto B. 0. Smith

Monroeville J. Weston, Jr

Moon's Ranch R. T. Nonett

Princeton H. Vansickle

CONTRA COSTA. J. M. Jones

Antioch J. C. McMaster

La Fayette Benj. Shreeve

Martinez H. Fogg

San Pablo C. E. Witherbee

San Ramon Wm. Russell

DEL NORTE.

Crescent City D. C. Lewis

Ferry Point R. Humphreys

Happy Camp H. Doolittle

EL DORADO.

Bottle Hill Geo. W. Jenks

Cedarville "...George Thatcher

Clarksville. D. Cummings

Cold Springs Smith Buttermore

Coloma S. Courtney

Diamond Springs W. S. Day

El Dorado Alex. Irvine

El Dorado Ranch LA. Hoyt

Fiddletown D. Townsend

Garden Valley H. J. Bunting

Georgetown J. Turner

Greenwood W. Gunn

Grizzly Flat A. J. Graham

Indian Diggings B. R. Sweetland

Kelsey's L. Borneman

Newtown J. W. Smith

Pilot Hill A. J. Bay ley

Placerville A.M. Thatcher

Salmon Falls R. Berry

Spanish Flat J. Forrester

Yeomot Edwin Beebe

FRESNO.

Millerton H. A. Carroll

Scottsburg W. W. Hill

HUMBOLDT.

Bucksport. Robert M. Stoker

Eel River Henry Rohner

Eureka E. J. Vail

Uniontown A. H. Murdock

KLAMATH.

Cottage Grove J. M Fry

Orleans Hugh Anderson

Sawyer's Bar John Daggett

Trinidad K. C. Darling

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