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SACRAMENTO: 

JEFFERIS & CO., BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS 

1872. 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 



^ACRAMENTO ^OCIETY 



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l^ND LIST OF 



Officers and Members. 




SACRA .M E N T (3 : 

K F F E 1{ 1 S & CO., BOOK A X D JOB P R I X T K 11 S 
1872. 



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^N PURSUANCE of a previous notice, about 
^seventy persons met at Jones' Hotel, on J 
®M^ street, between Front and Second streets, on 
Wednesday' evening, January 25th, 1854, for the pur- 
pose of organizing a Pioneer Association in Sacramento. 
Joseph W. Winans was Chairman, and Samuel Colville 
Secretary of the meeting. A Committee, consisting of 
R. P. Johnson, Samuel Colville, J. W. Winans, and 
R. M. Folger, was selected, who, on the 27th of 
the same month, reported a Constitution, which was 
adopted, and with some alterations is the one by which 
the Association is now governed. 

On the 3d of February, 1854, the Association met for 
the election of officers, to serve until September 9th of 
that year. The following are the names of persons 
present, viz : 

H. E. Robinson, M. D. Corse, C. Morrill, A. C. I 
Latson, Gr. B. Bonnell, Wm. Wolfesburger, J. G. Hyer, 
James Haworth, Jas. B. Mitchell, S. B. Bobbins, Geo. 
Cadwalader, Robert M. Folger, George Rowland, Jos. 
H. Nevett,E. B. Kenyon, John Wood, Edward Crowell, 
Charles Smith, J. L. Howard, E. J. Barroll, John 
Tingman, Edward McCarty, Frank Bush, John H. 
Carroll, W. F. Kennedy, C. W. Hoyt, Jesse Moore, 



Thos. H. Jackson, G. Backus, J. B. Blanchard, David 
Oliver, Jas. Anthony, Wm. P. Henry, Jacob F. Shaber, 
G. Griswold, James Alexander, Gregory J. Phelan, H. 
W. Harkness, A. C. Svveetser, H. H. O'Callaghan, Wm. 
Chesley, J. H. Culver, John L. Craig, Justin Gates, G.. 
W. Mann, C. C. Sackett, M. K. Murphy, C. H. Brad- 
ford, Chas. H. Shaw, Jonathan Williams, S. J. May, 
George Chedic, C. C. Hay den, John C. Hedenburg, and 
J. B. Starr— in all, fifty-six. 



Pfficers for 1854. 



President : 
JOSEPH W. WINAN8. 

Vice Presidents : 

J, B. Starr, Richard Rust, 

J. H. Nevett,. J. B. Mitchell, 

D. J. Lisle, Wji. M. Carpenter. 

Recording Secretary : 
Samuel Colville. 

Corresponding Secretary : 
N. A. H. Ball. 

Treasurer : 
B. F. Hastings. 

Directors : 

H. E. Robinson, R. P. Johnson, 

Volney Spalding, AV. C. Waters, 

C. C. Sackett, James Haworth. 

George Rowland. 



OFI'ICERS.^ 



Officers for 1854- 



Presidcnt : 
JOSEPH W. WINAN8. 

}'ire Piefi!(1ent>i : 
R, P. Johnson, J. II. Nfvett. 

Itecordinff Secrefarif : 
Ja.mks Anthony. 

Correapon ding Seer eta ri/ : 
N. A. H. Ball. 

Treasurer : 
B. F. Hastings. 

Directors: 

C. C. Sackrtt, W. C. Waters, 

J. F. Morse, A. G. Richardson, 

VoLNEv Spalding, J. R. Hardenbtrgh, 

H. E. Robinson. 



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,^^:^ OFFICERS. ^ -. 



Pfficers for 1855-6. 



President : 

JOSEPH W. WINANS. 

Vice Presidents : 
B. D. Fuv. J. F. Mouse. 

l{ecordiu(j Secretary : 
(jrEORGE CaUW'A LAI>EK. 

Correspondintj Secretari/ : 
H. B. LivixGSTux. 

Treiositrer : 
D. 0. Mills. 

Directors : 

11. E. RoBixsox, Geo. Kowlaxd, 

C. C. Sackett, J. P. Dyer, 

W. C. Waters, J. R. Hakdenbuugh, 

VoLXEV Si'ALDIXO. 



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Pfficers for 1856-7. 



President : 
A, a MONSON. 

Vice Presidents : 
J. F. MoK«E, J. H. Nkvett. 

Recordlntj Secretci rij .• 
S. B. ROBBINS. 

Cor respond ln(j Secretary ,• 
N. A. n. Ball, 

Treasurer : 
Ed«iar Mills. 

Directors : 

P. B. Cornwall, G. J. Phelax, 

J. Anthony, L. W, Ferris, 

J. A. Benton, James Queen, 

J. H. CULVKR. 



OFFICERS. 



Pfficers for 1857-8-9. 



President : 
JOHN F. MORSE. 

Vice Prcnidcnts : 
J. H. Nevktt, James Qukkx. 

Recording Secretary : 
S. B. ROBBIXS. 

Correxpondiny Sccrctarij : 
N. A. H. Ball. 

Treasurer: 
Edgar Mills. 

Directors : 

a. J. Phelax, a. (>. Richardson. 

James Axthonv, P. B. Cornwall, 

J. H. Carroll, J. G. Hyer, 

J. H. ClLVER. 



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Officers for 1859-60. 



President : 
JAMES QUEEN. 

Vice Presidents: 
J. H. Carroll, T. M. Lindley. 

Recording Secretari/ : 
S. B. ROBBINS. 

Corresponding Secretari/ : 
N. A. H. Ball. 

Treasurer : 
L. A. Booth. 

Directors : 

J. R. Hardexburgh, G. J. Phelax, 

J. D. B. Stillman, C. H. Swift, 

R. A. Pearis, James McClatchy, 

W. E. Knox. 



c^^ OFFIC:EItS.^^^ 11 



Officers for 1860-61. 



President : 
A. C. MUNSON. 

Vice Presidents : 
Edward MrCARTv, John H. Carroll. 

Recording Secretary: 

S. B. ROBBINS. 

Corresponding Secretary : 
N. A. H. Ball. 

Treasurer: 
N. J. Holland. 

Directors : 

James Anthony, J. R. Hardenburgh, 

S. R. Kneeland, G. J. Phelan, 

William M. Harron, N. L. Drew, 
M. K. Murphy. 



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OFFICERS. 



Dffickrs for i86i_2, 



President: 
JOHN H. CARROLL. 

Vice Presidents : 
R. IL McDoNALT., J. D. B. Stillman. 

Recording Secretary : 
S. B, Bobbins. 

Corresponding Secretary : 
N. A. H. Ball. 

Treasurer : 
Edgar Mills. 

Directors : 

N. L. Dreav, James Queen, 

E. McCarty, Isaac Lohman, 

William M. IIarron, W. F. Knox, 

C. E. Abbott. 



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Offickrs for 1862-3. 



Prenident : 
N. L. DREW. 

Vice Presidents : 
R. T. Brown, W. F. Kxox. 

Recording Secretary : 
S. B. Bobbins. 

Correspondiufj Secretary: 
Geo. I. N. Monell. 

Treasurer : 
EnoAR Mills. 

Directors : 

J. H. Carroll, Justin Gates, 

J. H. Culver, C. H. Swift, 

G. J. Phelan, James Queen, 

Thomas Letson. 



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Pfficers for 1863-4. 



President : 
GREGORY J. PHELAN. 

Vice Presidents : 
R. T. Brown, W. F. Knox. 

Recording Secretary: 
S. B. Bobbins. 

Corresponding Secretary : 
GkO. I. N. MONELL. 

Treasurer : 
Edgar Mills. 



Directors : 
C. 11. Swift, Asa P. Andrews, 

J. H. Culver, Justin Gates, 

N. L. Drew, N. D. Goodell, 

James Carolan. 



OFFICEBS. ^ . 15 



Pfficers for 1864-5. 



Presideitt : 

R. H. McDonald. 

Vice Presidents : 
George Rowla.vd, Ji:stin Gates. 

Recording Secretary : 
A. Leoxard. 

Corresponding Secretary : 
A. G. Richardson. 

Treasurer : 
Edgar Mills. 

Directors : 

J. H. McKuNE, James McClatchy, 

G. K. Vax Hetsex, Justus Hovey, 

E. D. Wheatley, W. L. Everett, 

Charles Heinrich. 

Marshal : 
G. K. Van Heusen. 



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Pfficers for 1865-6. 



Presidfnt : 
JUSTIN GATES. 

Vice Prcisidcnts : 
Wm. G. Wooi>, I. N. HoAG. 

liccorduKj Scci-etary : 
Albert Leonard. 

Corresponding Secretary: 
Wm. p. Coleman. 

Treasurer : 
Edgar Mills. 

Directors : 

W. F. Knox, N. D. Goodell, 

G. J. Phelan, C. C. Hayden, 

N. L. Drew, Charles Heinrkh, 

Warren L. Everett. 

3farsha/ : 
G. K. Van Heusen. 



^ OFFICJSItS. ^ . 



Pfficers for 1866-6' 



Prc^idcut : 
W . F . KNOX. 

Vice Presidcntn: 
I. N. HOAG, W. P. COLEMAX. 

Jiecoiduuj Secreta)-!/ : 
Albkrt Leonard. 

Correxpondiuy Secretary : 
Wm. G. Wood. 

Trensurer : 
Edgar Mills. 

Dirccff/r^- : 

X. D. GooDELL, G. J. Phelax, 

E. D. Wheatley, Asa P, Andrews, 

R. L. Bamptok, Chas. H. Ross, 

Wm. Ti'RTox. 

Marshal : 
Geo. S. Evaxs. 



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FFICERS FOR 1 867-68. 






















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Presidott : 
1. N. HOAG. 

Vice Presidents: 


\ 


James 


M 


cCl 


iTCHY, Charles 

Recordiuf) Secretary : 
Albert Leonard. 


Heinrich. 


















Corresponding Secretary ; 
Edward Collins. 










Treasurer : 
C. H. Swift, 










Director ii : 




Charles 


H. 


Ross, Asa P 


Andrews, 


Gl. J. 


Ph 


ELAN, N. D. 


Goodell, 


P. S. 


Lawsox, James 


Carol AN, 








R. L. Bampton. 










Ilarshal : 










Gr. K. Van Heusen. 





OFFICERS — Z . 19 ] 



Pfficers for 1868-69. 



President : 

JAJ^IES McCLATCHY. 

Vice Presidents : 
C. H. Swift, Charles H. Ross, 

Record in(j Secretary : 

JOH\ TiNGMAN. 

Corresponding Secretart/ : 
G. J. Phelan. 

Treasurer : 
N. L. Drew, 

Directors : 

Asa p. Andrews, Harry Montfort, j 

Albert Leoxard, U. Bayer, | 

Justin Gates, W. F. Knox, j 

Charles Winter. \ 

Marshal : 
G. K. Van Heusen. 



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pPFICERS FOR 1869- 


70. 




















President: 










JAMES McCLATCIlY 










Vice Presidents : 








Isaac 


LOHMAN, E 


D. 


Shirlani). 




Recording Secretary: 










John Tingman. 










Corresponding Secretary 










G. J. PHELAN. 










Treasurer : 










N. L. Drew. 








N. D. 


Directors : 
GOODELL, 


W. 


C. 


Felch, 


T. M. 


LiNDLEY, 


Justin 


Gates, 


Asa P 


. Andrews, 

Charles Winter. 

Marshal : 
G. K. Van Heusen. 


W. 


F. 


Knox, 



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pPFICERS FOR 1870-71, 



Presideut : 
CHARLES II. ROSS. 

Vice Presidents : 
Charles HEi.viacH, Albert Leoxard. 

Pecording Secretary : 
John- Tingmax. 

Corresponding Secretary: 
G. J. Phelax. 

Treasurer : 
W. E. Chamberlaix. 

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Directors : 

W. F. Kxox, Asa P. Andrews, 

Charles Winter, Isaac LonsfAx, 

Harry Moxtfort, James McGuire, 

James McClatchy. 

Jfarshal : 
G. K. Vax Heusex. 



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Pfficers for 1871-72. 



President : 
ISAAC LOHMAN. 

Vice Presidents : 
Isaac S. Chiles, G. K. Vax Hki'skn. 

Recordinrj Secretary : 
John Tingman. 

Corres2iondin<j Secretary : 
0. C. Wheeler. 

Treasurer : 
N. L. Drew. 

■ Directors : 

W. F. Knox, N. D. Goodell, 

Charles AVinter, Harry Montfort, 

Asa p. Andrews, Jajies McClatchv, 

Charles H. Ross. 

3Iar8haI: 
Justin Gates. 



"^-^^ €OW8TITUTIOWo'-^^ 



^RTICLE 1. 
NAJIF, AND OBJECT. 

This Association shall be called the "Sacramexto 
Society of California Pioneers." Its object shall 
be to cultivate the social virtues of its members, to col- 
lect and preserve information connected Avith the early 
settlement and conquest of the countiy, and to perpet- 
uate the memory of those whose sagacity, enterprise, 
and love of independence induced them to settle in the 
wilderness and become the germ of a new State. 

^RTICLE 2. 

qualifications for membership. 

This Society shall be composed of native Califor- 
nians, foreigners, and citizens of the United States 
resident in California prior to the first of January of 
the year eighteen hundred and fifty, who shall be con- 
sidered active members, and who shall be entitled to 
all the privileges of the Society. Honorary and Life 
Members may be admitted in accordance with the pro- 
visions contained in the Bv-Laws. 



^RTICLE 3. 
ELECTIONS. 

Any person desiring to become a member of this 
Society may have his name proposed at any meeting, 
and the vote shall be taken by ballot at the next meet- 
ing, and three negative votes shall be sufficient to reject 
his application. Any person who shall have been once 
balloted for and rejected shall not again be proposed 
for membership within one year from said rejection. 
The officers of the Society shall be elected annually, by 
ballot, at the regular meeting in August. 



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^^RTICLE 4. 



APPROPRIATIOX OF FUNDS. 



Each person, on admission, shall pay such fees as 
shall be prescribed in the By-Laws. All funds arising 
therefrom, after the yearly expenses shall have been 
paid, shall be safely invested, and the income arising 
therefrom shall be appropriated to charitable purposes 
exclusively, for the use and benefit of the widows and 
orphans of the members of the Society. 

/Article 5 



The officers of this Society shall consist of a Presi- 
dent, two Vice Presidents, a Recording Secretary, a 
Corresponding Secretary, a Treasurer, a Board of Direc- 
tors consisting of seven members, and a Marshal, who 
shall assume the duties of their offices on the 9th day 
of September next ensuing their election ; shall hold 



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office for one year, and until their succej'.sors are elected 
and assume their duties. 



^RTICLE 6. 



MKETIXUS. 



Regular meetings of the Society shall be held on the 
last Saturday of each month. Special meetings may 
be called by the President, by the Board of Directors, 
or by five members making application therefor in Avrit- 
ing to the President. 



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RTICLE 



BOARD OP DIRECTOUS. 

The Board of Directors shall meet for business at 
least once every three months, and five members shall 
constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. 
The President and Recording Secretary shall be ex 
officio members of this Board, a majority of whom 
shall fill vacancies which may occur in their own body. 
The Board of Directors shall enact By-Laws for the 
government of the Society, which, with all their pro- 
ceedings, shall be laid before the Society at the first 
meeting thereafter J audit shall be competent for the 
Society to propose, alter, amend, reject, or enact any 
By-Laws by a majority of the members present at any 
stated meeting, and in no other way. 



/Article 8. 

I'RESIDEXT. 

The President shall preside over and preserve order 
at all meetings of the Society and Board of Directors ; 
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26 c^^^ CONSTITUTION.^^ . 

he shall approve all accounts pi-evious to their being 
paid by the Treasurer, which have been approved by 
the Board of Directors, and at the expiration of his 
term of office Shall address the members upon the con- 
dition and requirements of the Society. In the absence 
of the President, the Vice Presidents shall discharge 
his duties, taking precedence in the order of their elec- 
tion. 

Article 9. 

RECORDING SEORKTAUV. 

The Recording Secretary shall keep correct minutes 
of all the proceedings of the Society, preserve a regis- 
ter of the members' names, keep a correct account with 
the members, and collect and pay to the Treasurer the 
money due the Society ; he shall be responsible for the 
safe keeping of all the books and papers belonging to 
the Society, excepting those of the Treasurer; he shall 
certify all accounts and records under the direction of 
the Board of Directors, and countersign all orders on 
the Treasurer signed by the President; he shall make 
reports of his accounts at such times as may be required 
by the Society ; he shall report the name of each mem- 
ber in arrears to the Society immediately preceding the 
election for officers ; he shall be exempt from the pay- 
ment of dues and from serving on committees ; he shall 
give the members and Board of Directors proper notice 
of all meetings ; he shall also be the Librarian of the 
Society; shall receive and preserve all books, maps, 
pamphlets, records, magazines, etc., the property of the 
Society, and be responsible for the same; he shall have 
full charge and control of the hall or room appropri- 
ated for the use of the Society, subject to the directions 



^^ CONSTITUTION. :^. 27 

j of the President and Board of Directors; he shall give 

j bonds for the faithful performance of his duties in the 

sum of two thousand dollars, and for such services shall 

receive such remuneration as may be provided by the 

By-Laws. 

;^RTICLE lO. 

CORRKSFONDING SECRETARY. 

The Corresponding Secretary shall discharge such 
duties as ajipertain to his office or as may be i^reserilied 
by the Board of Directors. 

/Article ii, 

TREASURER. 

The Treasurer shall receive and safely keep the funds 
of the Society, recording all receipts and disbursements i 
in a book provided by him for that purpose, and shall [ 
report the same quarterly and at such other periods as i 
the Society or Board of Directors may require ; he shall 
pay no money without an order signed by the President i 
apd countersigned by the Secretary. At the expiration 
of his term of office he shall deliver all books and i 
papers, money, vouchers, and other property belonging [ 
to the Society in his possession, into the hands of his 
successor. The Treasurer shall give bonds for the faith- 
ful discharge of his duties in such sum as may be fixed 
bv the Board of Directors. 

THE MARSHAL. 

In all cases of public parade, while on the street, the 



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iiety shall be under the direction of the Marshal. 



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/Article 13. 

penalties. 

Any memlicr who may be in arrears at any regular 
mectin<!;, or avIio shall refuse to pay his monthly or 
other (lues when called upon by the Secretary, shall be 
ineligible to office, to vote at any meeting, or enjoy the 
honors of this Society in any manner, till such time as 
all arrears are paid. 

^RTICLE 14 
ANNIVERSARY". 

The annual celebration day of this Society shall be 
on the 9th day of September, being the anniversary of 
the admission of the State of California as one of the 
United States. 

^RTICLE 15. 

TRIAI>S AND PUNISHMENTS. 

Members guilty of misconduct or crime may be 
expelled or suspended by a vote of two thirds of the 
members present at any stated meeting, provided there 
be not less than fifteen members present, and any offi- 
cer of this Society, having first had an opportunity to 
make a defense, may be removed from his office by the 
Board of Directors for such cause as, in its opinion, 
may be sufficient; provided, that such proceeding shall 
have no effect until it is confirmed by a two-thirds vote 
of all the members present (there being not less than 
fifteen) at any stated meeting. 



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^RTICLE 16. 
ALTERATIONS OR AMENDMKNTS. 

This Constitution shall not be altered ov amended 
unless by a vote of two-thirds of the active members 
present at a regular meeting. All such alterations or 
amendments must be proposed at some meeting at least 
two months prior to passing thereon. And it shall not 
be in the power of this Society to alter or amend in any 
wav or manner Articde 11. of this Constitution. 



^^^BY-ZAWS. 



OHDEU OF BUSINESS. 

1. Reafling of Minutes. 

2. Propositions for Membership. 

o. Reports of Committees on Membership. 

i. Balloting for Members. 

5. Introduction of new Members. 

6. Reports from Standing Committees. 

7. Reports from Special Committees. 

8. Unfinished Business. 

9. Communications. 
10. New Business. 

APPLICATIONS FOR MKMBEUSHIP. 

Section 1. The fee for initiation shall be fifteen 
dolhns. No application will be considered unless the 
initiation fee and dues for the current year accom- 
pany it. Application for membership shall be made in 
writing, stating the name in full, age, birthplace, pro- 
fession or business, whether married or single, the place 
from whence the applicant emigrated, time of depart 
ure, the route of travel, the date, month, and year of 
nrrival in California. And having been elected and 
signing the Constitution and By-Laws, he will have 
become a member. 



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ANNl AL FKES. 

Section 2. The aunual clues shall be live dollars 
per year for resident members, and two dollars and 
fifty cents for non-residents, payable annually in ad- 
vance j and any member failing to pay his dues for the 
period of twelve months shall be considered as having 
resigned his membership and shall not be entitled to 
any of the privileges of this Society. The fees shall 
be for calendar yeai'S, and all new members shall pay ' 
for the current year in which they were elected. 

HONOKAKY AND LIFE 1\[EMBERS. 

Section 3. Any person who may have rendered 
any distinguished or important services to this Society, 
the State or the United States, may be elected an hon- 
orary member, and any person who shall pay the sum 
of one hundred dollars and be approved by the Board 
of Directors, may be elected by the Society a life mem- 
ber thereof, but honorary members shall not be entitled 
to vote. 

FRAUDS. 

Section 4. Any person who shall become a mem- 
ber fraudulently, by making a false entry of his arrival 
in this State, shall be expelled from the Society. 

recording secretary's records. 

Section 5. The Secretary shall keep the following- 
records : A record of transactions at the regular or 
special meetings of the Society, and a record of the 
transactions at the meetings of the Board of Directors ; 
a " Death Record," in which shall be entered all the 
items requii-ed to be given in the application for mem- 



BY-LAWS.— . 33 



power to remit such dues 



Viership, together with the date of decease and place of 
burial; a "Record of Members,"' showing name and 
residence, with column for remarks, in which shall be 
ntited the resignation, decease, or any action of the 
Society affecting the status of members; an " Applica- 
tion Record," in which the names of all applicants for 
membership shall be entered, showing the date of [ 
ai)plication, name and residence, date of arrival, by 
whom proposed, to whom referred, the final action of 
the Society, and whether the parties have signed the 
Constitution. 

FU.NERALS. 

Sectiox 6. It shall be the duty of all members of 
the Society to attend the funerals of deceased brethren, 
unless excused by the President. 

REC01?DI\G secretary's SALARY. 

Section 7. The Recording Secretary shall be paid 
a salary of two hundred dollars per annum, one half in 
March and August each, subject to the approval of the 
Board of Directors. 

dues may BR REMITTED. 

Section 8, "When the Board of Dii-ectors are satis- ■ 
lied that any worthy member of the Society is for the 
present unable to pay the annual dues, they shall have 



^Wifjt ofj ^cccHSccl e^Umbml,^ 



Ambrose, Goodhue 
Aekly. AVarren 
Ball, N. A. H. 
Barber, E. L. 
Barr, John C. 
Barroll, E. J. 
Baylev, John T. 
Bell, R. 
Beutley, Henry 
Bigler, John 
Birch, James E. 
Boren, L. E. 
Bovd, D. M. 
Butler, M. F. 
Burton. John 
Cavanagh, Chas. F. 
Chase, Charles 
Chesley, Wm. 
Cleal, John G. 
Collins, Edward 
Conrad, Samuel 
Cook, Reuben 
Crowell, Edward 
Culver, John H. 
Culver, Edgar 
Bankers, Chas. W. 
Ellison, Capt. Juo. S, 
Flint, Wilson 
Fowler, John S. 
Frceland S. B. 
Geiger, Vincent E. 
Graham, Francis 
Gray, Ben.j , 
(Triffiths, Humphrey 
Griffiths, Geo. W. ' 



Grosmical, Jacol> 
Haas, Isador 
Hagar, Louis Z. 
Hammond, Daniel 
Hanum, James 
Henry, W. P. 
Hermance, Levi 
Hofstadt, F. 
Hooker, L. W. 
Hovey, Justus 
Howison, E. M. 
Hyer, John G. 
Keenan, John C. 
Kennedy, W. F. 
Kleinhans, T. P. 
Latta, Thomas 
Lee, Barton 
Lisle, D. J. 
Long, W. S. 
Locke, B. S. 
May, Samuel J. 
Melville, G. P. 
Me Alpine, Thomas 
McConnell, T. C. 
McConnel, Samuel 
McManus, Patrick 
McXulty, Wm. 
Mitchell, J. B. 
Morgan, Jas. A. 
Mo: rison , Murray 
Morrill, Jesse 
Munk, Thos. K. 
Murray, H. C. 
Nagle, Peter 
O'Bryon, Jno. F. 



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DECEASED 3IE31BEIIS.^^ 



I O'Callagliaii, H. H. 
0'Neil,J. P. 
Patcheii. T. A. 
Pearis, R. A. 
Pettus, Jr., John 
Polaski, A. 
Price, Charles L. 
Reid, M. M. 
Renaud, G. 
Requa, John 
Rhoades, J. P. 
Rich, Samuel 
Richardson, A. G. 
Rivett, John 
Robbins, S. B. 
Rohrer, Cyrus 
Sackett, C. C. 
Shallcross, W. D. 
Shirley, J. H. 
Shirland, Chas. R. 
Smith, E. M. 
Smith, Ralph 



Starr, J. B. 
Stcudeman, Louis 
Stockton, Edward 
Tooker, Lansing 
Van Dyke, W. B. 
Verjo, Jos. H. 
Wade, David E. 
AVaddilove, H. B. 
Warner, Louis 
White, 0. H. P. 
Whitcsides, W. B. 
Whitney, D. G. 
Williard, Daniel 
Williams, Jonathan 
Wolfesbero'cr, Wm. 
Wood, W.''G. 
Woodward, R. H. 
Woodworth, B. A. 
AVoolaver, John 
Wright, Geo. G. 
Winders, John 



PiTY PeMETERY. 



J. B. Starr October 12th, 1862 

Stephen B. Freelaml February 8th, 1864 

D.M.Boyd October, 1865 

Justus Hovey December 15th, 1865 

John Pettis March 20th, 1866 

Germain Renaud May 9th, 1866 

R. H. Woodward May 20th, 1866 

Jacob Grosmical December 12th, 1868 

Cyrus Rohrer March 9th, 1869 

Henry Bentley May 7th, 1869 

Benjamin A. Woodworth December 19th, 1869 

Peter Xagle July 28th, 1870 

Ralph Smith October 27th, 1870 

C. W. Dauckers May 4th, 1871 

George W. Griffith May 16th, 1871 

Chas. Chase August 14th, 1871 

Isador Hass March 17th, 1872 



^lIEAZBMBS.'^^ai 



Akin. Edward F Sacramento 

Alvord, Henr3- Sacramento 

Andrews, Asa P Sacramento 

Andrews, Moses Auburn 

Andrews, John X Sacramento 

Andriot, Peter Sacramento 

Anthon}' , James Sacramento 

Arents, Hiram Chico 

Arenz, Martin Sacramento 

Armstead, Wm. Oakh- Lincoln 

^Austin, Joseph C San Luis Obispo 

Babcock, I. X Sacramento 

Bailey, Josuah H Yolo County 

Baldwin, S. S Sacramento 

Baldwin, Stephen F Sacramento 

Ballard, J(din Q... Placerville 

Bampton. R. L Yolo County 

Bannon, Patrick Sacramento 

Bates, Benjamin Onisbo 

Bates, Zealous Folsom 

"■■'■Bayer, Ulrich Sacramento 

Bayley, A. J Pilot Hill 

Beck , Robert Sacramento 

Bell, G. W Yolo County 

Benton, Rev. J. A San Francisco 

Benueit, A. A Sacramento 

Berry, S. A Georgetown. El Dorado 

Berry, George G Unionville, Nevada 

Binney, A. J Marysville 

Blanvelt, W. H Gold Hill, Nevada 

Boggs, John Colusa 

•••Boice, Nathaniel iSacramento 

* Denotes Life Members. 



Brockway, Charles V Sacramento 

Brooks, W. N Yolo County 

Brown, R. T Sacramento 

IJrown, Thomas R Yolo County 

Brown, W. W Davisville 

Bryan, John E Sacramento 

Bugbey, B. N Folsom 

Burns, Alex. W Sacramento 

Burns, Peter Sacramento 

"■•■Burnett, P. W Sacramento 

I' -■■Butterfield, Rufus Sacramento 

I Cady, "\V. J San Francisco 

Cadwalader , George Sacramento 

Callahan, D. E Sacramento 

Callahan , George W Sacramento 

Callish, Louis Sacramento 

Calvyn, James M Sacramento 

Camp, Charles E Sacramento 

Campbell, J. AV, H San Francisco 

Campbell, W. B Truckee 

Caples, Dr. James Folsom 

Carlisle, S. S Sacramento 

Carolan, James Sacramento 

Carroll, John H Sacramento 

Caruthers , Andrew Sacramento 

Cassidy, Michael Lincoln 

I Caswell, Harvey San Francisco 

Chadwick, George Sacramento 

-••Chamberlain, W, E Sacramento 

Chandler, L. C Sacramento 

Chapin, Samuel M Onisbo 

•■•'Chesley, Geo. W Sacramento 

"'■■'Chiles, I. S Yolo County 

"^^Churchill. L. B Nevada City 

Clark, AV, L Sacramento 

Clark, Howell Sacramento 

Clark, W. J Grafton, Yolo County 

Clock, Hiram Sacramento 

Cole, Cornelius U. S. Senate 

Colby, G. W Colby's Landing 

"■-Coleman, AV. P Sacramento 

Coleman, Thos Grafton, Yolo County 

* Denotes Life Members. 



MEMBEBS.~^y . 41 



Cooley, Chas. B San Francisco 

Cooper, John II Sacramento 

Cooper, Jas. B Sacramento 

Corbusier, W. M Sacramento 

Couch, Jesse Latrobe 

Crackbon, Joseph Sacramento 

Crandall, J. R Auburn 

Crane, S. S Sacramento 

Cross, G. J Sacramento 

Croxall, Julius D San Francisco 

Cumminsjs, William San Francisco 

Cunningham, Jno. Q. A Sacramento 

Day, J. T Brighton 

Dalrymple, Henry Paradise Valley 

Davis, J. Z San Francisco 

Davis, Peter Sacramento 

Deal, Samuel Sacramento 

Delano, A Grass Valley 

Devalin, W. H Sacramento 

Drescher, Philip E Nicolaus 

^Drew, N. L Sacramento 

Drake, George Sacramento 

Dunlap, William Sacramento 

Edwards, John Tone Valley 

Egbert, Robert S Colfax 

Ehvell, Stephen B Sacramento 

English, AV. G Sacramento 

Estell, AndreAV Lincoln 

Felch, W, C Sacramento 

"-•■Figg, E. P Sacramento 

Fiske, George D Woodland 

Freeman, W. B Yolo County 

Freeman, F. S Yolo County 

Freer, Peter Oroville 

Frey, Dr. Jos. M Sacramento 

Frierson, W. J Grafton, Yolo County 

Folger, R. M Alpine County 

Forrester. Geo. H. H Shingle Springs 

Fuller. W. P San Francisco 

-Gardner, John Sacramento 

Garrett, John Sacramento 

* Denotes Life Members. 



42 c<=jMEMBEItS. 



-'•Gates, Justin Sacramento 

-■■Gelwicks, D. W Sacramento 

Gilpin, Leman San Francisco 

Glass, Samuel Cherokee Flat 

•■■'Goodell, N. D Sacramento 

Gordon, A. C Hamilton, White Pine 

Gourlie, Robert: Freaport 

Gove, Amos F Lincoln 

Green, Charles E Yolo County 

Griggsby , B . W Sacramento 

Griffith, A Cachville 

Gunn, Y. W Sacramento 

*G wy nn , William Sacramen to 

Hall, Thos. J Lake County 

Hammer, L. Iv Sacramento 

Harris, L. B Sacramento 

Harris, Joseph Sacramento 

Harris, Leonard Sacramento 

Harris, William Greenwood Valley 

Harrison, Ham. C Sacramento 

Harper, Thos. B Lincoln 

Harkness, H. W Sacramento 

Hatch, John Sacramento 

Harthane, Lucius Folsom 

Haskell, D. H Sacramento 

Hastings, B. F San Francisco 

Haworth, James Marysville 

-■•"Hayden, C. C Sacramento 

Heacock, Josiah. lone Valley 

Hedenberg, J. C Sacramento 

Hedenberg, W. A New York 

Henley, A Sacramento 

-Heinrich, Charles Sacramento 

Hetzel, George Sacramento 

Hoag, I. N..... Sacramento 

Hoagland, John Yolo County 

HoflFman, Augustus Cache Creek 

■-••Holmes, H. T. San Francisco 

Hopkins, Mark Sacramento 

Hornlilnwcr. F. A >.. Sacramento 

H(jtchkiss, F. S Sacramento 

Howard, B. F Richland 

* Denotes Life Members. 



Howell. M. D Reno, Xevada 

lloyt. W. H Sacramento 

-IIlnllphrie^^. Jas. W Ukiah Cily 

Hunt, Samuel L Yolo County 

Hunt, John A Sacramento 

JIustin, W. S Grafton. Yolo County [ 

Hutchinson, John J San Franci^-eo 

Ishell. Philo J Georgetown, El Dorado 

•^Jackson. T. II Sacramento 

Jacobs, Enoch Sacramento ' 

Jacobs, R. P Sacramento 

Jefferis, E, G Sacramento 

Johnston, J. R Sacramento 

Johnston, Henry F Re<l BluflTs 

Johnston, William Richland 

Johnston, William Sacramento 

Kay, Isaac N Alameda 

Kenyon, E. B Sacramento 

Kleinhans. D. W New Jerse}^ 

•••Knox, W. F Sacramento 

Kosta, Frank Sacramento 

••Lansino;, James Sacramento 

Larue, 11. M Sacramento 

Laufkotter, C Sacramento 

Laufkotter, W Sacramento 

Lawson, P. S Sacramento 

Leonard, Albert Sacramento 

Letner. S. II Davisville 

Lilli:ird. Jas. T Davisville 

Limbach, Herman Sacramento 

•^•Lincoln, Lysander Sutterville 

Lindlevs T. M Sacramento 

Littlefield, T. P Sacramento [ 

Logan, Archibald Sacramento 

■Lohman, Isaac Sacramento 

»Lorenz, -George Sacramento 

Luther, W. H lone Valley 

■•^'MeClatchy, James Sacramento i 

McCleerv, James Sacramento 

■^^xMcDonald, R. H New York 

McDonald, Archibald Sacramento 

*McGuirc, James Sacramento 

* Denotes Life Members. I 



McKune, John H Sacramento 

McXeil, Archibald Sacramento 

McWilliams, W. A Sacramento 

Mace, William Sacramento 

Mack, Charles E Sacramento 

Mahoney, D. Nicolaus 

Marsh, K. C Sacramento 

Martin, James P lone Valley 

McGowan, David Yolo County 

*Mills, Edgar Sacramento 

Miller, Jr., E. H Sacramento 

Miller, John S Sacramento 

Miller, Joseph Yolo County 

-Miller, Jacob Folsom 

Mitchell, Tab Sacramento 

Monson, A. C New York 

Montfort, Harry Sacramento 

Mott, F. N Grand Island 

Murphy, R. ^Y Sacramento 

Marph3\ J. H Sacramento 

Myers, Henry Sacramento 

Myers, Joseph R Lincoln 

■•■•Newbaur, Adam Sacramento 

Nixon, A. B Sacramento 

Nickerson, James R Lincoln 

Nomis, D. H Sacramento 

Nourse, George F Chieo 

Nye, Emanuel Virginia, Nevada 

Oatman, Ira E Sacramento 

O'Flyng, C.C Elko 

O'Neil, C. P Sacramento 

Osborn . Hosmer P Sacramento 

O.-ich wal d , John Sacramen to 

Paden, Thomas Sacramento 

Page, G. P Sacramento 

Palm, Adolph Y(.ii(j County 

Parnell, John H Sacramento 

Patterson, A. D Folsom 

*Phelan, G. J New York 

Pollock, James Michigan Bar 

Post, Benj. F Placerville 

Powers, Jr., Lucius Sacramento 

* Denotes Life Members. 



r-c^ M£:jibi:rs.^^^ 45 



Powers, A. H Saeiv.mento 

Putnam, Geo. A Sacramento 

Putnam, Samujl Emigrant Uap 

Quinn, John Sacramento 

Ramsey, Charles Bri(l;^ei)ort 

Reed, Charles F Grafton, Yolo County 

Reed, Robert lone Valley 

Reid, C. C Sacramento 

Reid, James Yolo County 

Richards, John. Sacramento 

Richardson, Monroe Sacramento 

Roberts, E. W Nevada City 

Rose, James H Pilot Hill 

*Ross, Charles H Sacramento 

Ross, David S Sacramento 

Roush, William Bath, El Dorado 

Ruddock, Calvin Woodland 

Russell, F. H Sacramento 

Rowland, George Sacramento 

Salsbury, T. G Sacramento 

Sargent, Aaron A U. S. Senate 

Satterfield, Daniel Sacramento 

Saunders, Benj Vallejo 

Saunderson, Levi T San Jose 

Schacht, H. W Sacramento 

Schmidt, John B Sacramento 

*"Schreiber, Simon Sacramento 

Shaw, Joseph Sacramento 

Sherman, E. A San Francisco 

Shipman, C. G Xewcastle 

*Shirland, E. D Sacramento 

*Siddons, William M Sacramento 

Sims, Joseph Sacramento 

Sites, Abraham Sacramento 

Smith, A. P.. Sacramento 

Smith, Myron Sacramento 

Smith, Samuel R Grafton, Y''olo County 

Soule, A, J Lincoln 

Spaulding, Volney White Pine 

Stephens, John D Woodland 

Stewart, T. K Sacramento 

Stevenson, James San Francisco 

* Denotes Life Members. 



46* ^S^MEMBI!:iiS. 



Strobridce, Jas. II Sacramento 

SU-(*n^, W. R Sacramento 

Stump, John F Oregon 

•^•Sullivan, Jas. H Sacramento 

Suydam, John F San Francisco 

'••Sweetser, A. C Sacramento 

Swift, C. H Sacramento 

Thomas, S. P Sacramento 

Tingman, John Sacramento 

Toole, William Sacramento 

Torrey, Midian Unionville, Nevada 

"*Treichler , Henry Sacra mento 

Turner, Samuel S Sonora 

Turton, William Sacramento 

Tyler, John Alex .....Grass Yalle}' 

-Van Heusen, G. K Sacramento 

Wads worth, Eden Sacramento 

■•^■Wallace, George W Sacramento 

Wallace, W. H Colfax 

AVaring, Amos Yolo County 

Warren, J. L. L. F ^.San Francisco 

Webb, Jr., James Sacramento 

Weber, Augustus Davis ville 

Weeks, J. E. P Sacramento 

AVelch, Samuel Edgar Truckee 

West, Philo Sacramento 

Wetzlar, Julius Sacramento 

AVheatley , E . D Sacramento 

Wheeler, Rev. 0. C Sacramento 

Wiggins , George Pacheco 

Willett, W. II Green Valley 

AV^illiard, Louis A Frankliu, Sacramento County 

Williams, Joseph C Dry town 

Williamson , P. T Sacramen to 

Wilcoxson, Jackson Freemont 

Wilkinson, T. S Sacramento 

* Win ter , Charles Sacramento 

Withington, George lone Valley 

Wolcb, Charles Sacramento 

W^ood , David San Francisco 

Woodward , E . F Sacr.imento 

* Denotes Life Members. 



Wi-ight, L. (t Sacramento 

Wright, W. C ({raff.n, Yolo County 

Young. Jas. Edgar Lincoln 

Yule. William Sacramento 

Ziimwalt, Jotei)h Princctown 



APR 22 1912 

AND 

Liht^airy: ^-ssnciaiitin. 

Iitcorjmi'fited tilst Jauitavy, 186S. 



For the purpose of erecting a Hall for the meeting 
and library rooms of the Sacramento Society of Cali- 
fornia Pioneers. 

Stock held only by members of the Society and the 
Society itself. 



INCORPORATING DIRECTORS. 

I. N. KOA^T, I ~ N. L. DREW, 

JAMES McCLATCHY. G. J. PHELAN, 

N. D. GOODELL. 

TRUSTEES FOR 1868-69. 

G. J. PHELAN. I W. F. KXOX, 

CHARLES H. ROSS, N. L. DREW, 

N. D. GOODELL. 

TRUSTEES FOR 1869-70. 

JAMES McCLATCHY, I W. F. KNOX, 

N. L. DREW, I G. J. PHELAN, 

N. D. GOODELL, I. N. HOAG, 
CHARLES H. ROSS. 

TRUSTEES FOR 1870-71. 

JAMES McCLATCHY, I W. F. KNOX, 

N. L. DREW, I G. J. PHELAN, 

N. D. GOODELL, CHARLES H. ROSS, 
P. W. BURNETT. 

TRUSTEES FOR 1871-72. 

W. I\ KNOX, I N. L. DREW, 

JAMES McCLATCHY, | G. K. VAN HEUSEN, 

N. D. GOODELL, CHARLES H. ROSS, 
JUSTIN GATES. 



Annual Meeting held Second Saturday of tTnne 
in each year. 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 




017 167 198 P 



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