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14. OFFICERS OF STATE PRISON* s>laty

John B. "Weller, Governor Director $900

Joseph Walkup, Lieut. Governor ... .Director and Chief Warden f900

Ferris Forman, Secretary of State..." 900

John C. Gordon Superintendent of Laborers 1,800

W. R. I. Mackay Commissary 1,800

J. P. Clay Brick-Burner per month, 200

Charles W. Robinson Assistant Superin't of Laborers ..1,200

James O'Connor Architect 1,200

George Simpton Commander of Boats 1,200

A. W. Taliaferro Physician 1,200

15. INSANE ASYLUM, STOCKTON.

P. Edward Connor Board of Trustees Expires 1861... .No comp'n

H. T.Higgins "" """

Andrew Lester "" ""...."

Thomas Marshall "" ""...."

Wm. H. Lyons '"" """

William D. Aylett Resident Physician.... "" 5,000

Thomas Kendall Visiting Physician "" 3,000

VI. — JUDICIARY. I
1. SUPREME COURT.

David S. Terry Chief Justice Sacramento Jan. 1860.. .§$8,000

Joseph G. Bald win... Associate Justice." Jan. 1862 [8,000

Stephen J. Field " " " Jan. 1864 6,000

Harvey Lee Reporter "May, 1858 4,000

Charles S. Fairfax .. Clerk "Jan. 1860 Fees.

David T. Bagley... Deputy "At will Feea:

Vacancy Secretary "At will 1,800

2. JUDGES DISTRICT COURT. J

1st District. .Benjamin Hayes San Diego Jan. 1865.... 5,000

2d ". .Joaquin Carillo San Luis Obispo. "" 3,000

3d "..Sam. Bell McKee....Oakland "" 3,500

4th ". .John S. Hagar San Francisco "**'61 7,500

* By the Act of April 24, 1858, the Treasurer, Controller and Attorney-General are constituted a Board of Examiners of State Prison Accounts.

t And ten dollars a day when employed. i See Article VI of Constitution, p. 74.

§ The Act of the Legislature of April 21, 1856, reduces the Balary to six thousand dollars, to tako effect after the expiration of present terms.

| Elected to vacancy occasioned by the death of IT. C. Murray. Expiration of term, Jan. 1862.

1 Salaries as provided by Acts of Legislature, of April 1856, March 1857, March and April 1858.

** C. Burbank was elected 1858. J. S. Hager'B term disputed. Salary alter present term, $5,000.

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VII. —JUDICIAL DISTRICTS,

AND THE COUNTIES COMPOSING THE SAME.

1st District. .Los Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego.

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VIII.—TERMS OF THE DISTRICT COURTS.

Alameda—First Monday in January, April, July and October.

Amador—Third Monday in February, June and October.

Butte—Third Monday in January, first Monday in May, fourth Monday in August, and second Monday in November.

Calaveras—First Monday in February, June and October.

Colusa—First Monday in January, fourth Monday in May, and second Monday in August

Contra Costa—First Monday in January, May and September.

* Salary after present term, $5,000.

+ The term of office disputed. The former incumbent, Hon. Ethelbert Burke claims to hold over to 1862.

Del Norte—First Monday in May, August and November.

El Dorado—Second Monday in February and May, third Monday in August

and November.
Fresno—Third Monday in February, June and October.
Humboldt—First Monday in March, June and September.
Klamath—First Monday in April, July and October.
Los Angeles—Third Monday in March, July and November.
Marin—First Monday in March, July and November.
Mariposa—Second Monday in March, July and November.
Merced—First Monday in February, June and October.
Monterey—Fourth Monday in April, August and December.
Napa—First Monday in February, June and October.

Nevada—Third Monday in May, first Monday in August and October, and

second Monday in December. Placer—Second Monday in January, April and July, and third Monday in

October.

Plumas—Second Monday in April, July and October.

Sacramento—First Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December.

San Bernardino—Third Monday in February, May and October.

San Diego—Third Monday in April, August and December.

San Francisco—Fourth District: First Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December. Twelfth District; First Monday in January, March, May, July, September and November.

San Joaquin—First Monday in January, April, August and December.

San Luis Obispo—Second Monday in February, July and November.

San Mateo—Third Monday in April, August and December.

Santa Barbara—Third Monday in March, August and December.

Santa Clara—Fourth Monday in March, July and November.

Santa Cruz—Third Monday in March, July and November.

Shasta—Third Monday in January, May and September.

Sierra—First Monday in April, July, September and November.

Siskiyou—First Monday in March, July and November.

SoL w—Third Monday in January, May and September.

Sonoma and Mendocino—Third Monday in February, June and October.

Stanislaus—Second Monday in February, June and October.

Sutter—First Monday in March, June and October, and third Monday in
December.

Tehama—First Monday in March, June and September.
Trinity—Second Monday in April, August and December.
Tulare—Fourth Monday in February, June and October.
Tuolumne—First Monday in March, July and November.
Yolo—Third Monday in March, second Monday in August, and third Monday
in December.

Tuba—Third Monday in January, April, August and November.

IX. —SENATORIAL DISTRICTS,

AND THE COUNTIES COMPOSING THE SAME.

\st District. .Los Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego, elect one Senator.

2d ". .San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara, elect one Senator.

3d ". .Monterey and Santa Cruz, elect one Senator.

4ft ". .Santa Clara and Alameda, elect one Senator.

5ft ". .San Francisco and San Mateo, elect four Senators.

6iA ". .Fresno, Mariposa, Merced, Buena Vista and Tulare, elect one Senator.

1th ". .Stanislaus and Tuolumne, elect two Senators.

8ft ". .Contra Costa and San Joaquin, elect one Senator.

9ft ".. Sacramento, elects two Senators.

10ft ". .Napa, Solano and Yolo, elect one Senator,

lift "..Marin, Mendicino and Sonoma, elect one Senator.

12ft ". .Del Norte, Klamath and Siskiyou, elect one Senator.

13ft ". .Colusa, Shasta and Tehama, elect one Senator.

14ft ". .Butte and Plumas elect two Senators.

15ft ". .Sutter and Tuba, (two by Tuba and one by Tuba and Sutter

jointly,) elect three Senators.

16ft ". .Nevada, elects two Senators.

11th ". .Placer, elects two Senators.

18ft ". .El Dorado, elects four Senators.

19ft ".. Amador and Calaveras, elect two Senators.

20ft ". .Sierra, elects one Senator.

Hat ". .Humboldt and Trinity, elect one Senator. Total, 35.

X. —ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS,

AND THE COUNTIES COMPOSING THE SAME.

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Ferris Forman, ex officio State Sealer.
"William H. Graham, San Francisco, for San Francis-
co, Santa Clara, Alameda and Napa Counties Fees

Samuel D. Kreider, Weaverville, for Trinity County.."

... .W. F. Leon, Placerville, for El Dorado County"

... .E. Aubery, Sacramento, for Sacramento County...."

. Clinton A. Patchen, DouMieville, for Sierra, Butte and

Plumas Counties"

... .Jacob Levy, MarysviUe, for Tuba County"

E. J. Bacon, Mokelumne Bill, for Calaveras County.."

John M. Neal, Stockton, for San Joaquin County"

William "Wright, Yankee Jim's, for Placer County..."

... .Charles R. Ay res, Los Angeles, for Los Angeles and

San Bernardino"Counties"

2. NOTARIES PUBLIC IN AND FOR THE VARIOUS COUNTIES*

[Corrected at the Office of the Secretary of State, August 21, 1858.]

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