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BIENNIAL REPORT 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



STATE OF OREGON 



WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING NAMES OF ALL THE 0FFICEE8 OF THE TER- 
RITORY AND STATE OF OREGON AND SENATORS AND REPRESENTA- 
TIVES IN CONGRESS WITH BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF 
AS MANY AS COULD BE OBTAINED FROM RELIABLE 80URCES 
AND MEMBERS OF THK OREGON EXECUTIVE COM- 
MITTEES AND LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES 
FROM 1823 TO 1899, SUBMITTED 



TWENTIETH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 



FISCAL YEARS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1897, AND DECEMBER 31. 189J; 



H. R. KINCAID, SECRETARY OF STATE 




SALEM, OREGON 

W. IL LEEDS, STATE PRINTER 

1899. 



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BIENNIAL REPORT. 



Office of the Secretary of $tate, ) 

Salem, Oregon, v 

January!, 1899. j 

t^V To the honorable the senate and the house of representatives of the State of 
\. Oregon: 

^ I have the honor to submit the following report of the transactions of this 

C| office and of the fiscal concerns of the state and other matters 'connected 

' therewith for the biennial term ending December 31, 1898, with an appendix 

^ containing names of all the officers of the territory and state of Oregon, 

and senators and representatives in congress, with brief biographical 
sketches of as many as could be obtained from reliable sources, and mem- 
bers of the Oregon executive committees and legislative assemblies from 
1823 to 1899. 

INTRODUCTORY. 



Without reproducing the report submitted to the special {session of the 
twentieth legislative assembly, which convened September 26, 1898, in 
rv obedience to the proclamation of Governor Lord, it will be proper, in order 

r > to present a concise and intelligent statement of the transactions of this 

^ office and the fiscal concerns of the state during the last two years, to refer 

briefly to some of the matters contained in that report to the special ses- 
sion. 



THE NINETEENTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY DID NOT 

ORGANIZE. 

As explained in that report, when the senators and representatives of the 
nineteenth legislative assembly met in the state house January 11, 1897, the 
senate organized by electing Hon. Joseph Simon president and Hon. S. L. 
Moorhead chief clerk. The house failed to effect a permanent organization. 
Hon. E. J. Davis was elected temporary speaker and Hon. Ralph E. 
Moody temporary chief clerk by more than a quorum. Subsequently Hon. 
Henry L. Benson was elected speaker and A. V. R. Snyder chief clerk by 
less than a quorum. The senate held sessions thirty-six days and adjourned 
over at different times, including Sundays, seventeen days, covering a 
period from January 11 to March 3. The members of the house remained 



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4 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 

during the same time and some of them a few days longer. Those who 
claimed Benson for speaker quit holding sessions soon after the senate gave 
up trying to transact business. Those who claimed Davis for speaker re- 
mained a few days longer, trying to bring in a quorum, but did not succeed, 
and finally all went home without transacting any legislative business. 

NO APPROPRIATIONS. 

On account of the failure of the house to effect an organization no laws 
were passed and no money was appropriated to pay the expenses of the 
state during the years 1897 and 1808. 

THE SUPREME COURT DECISION OF 1871. 

Under the constitution and laws as construed by the supreme court in 
1871, claims against the state could not be audited and warrants drawn 
until money had been appropriated for their payment. Under that opin- 
ion of the supreme court it did not seem possible to carry on the business of 
the state without appropriations. At first I did not deem it expedient or 
practicable to attempt to issue certificates of indebtedness, which are neither 
authorized nor prohibited specifically by law, in sufficient amounts to carry 
on the entire business of the state. But when the necessities became great 
and the governor did not call a special session, I decided to issue duplicate 
vouchers on which money could be raised. The business of the state was 
carried on in this way for several months, until perhaps more than 4,000 
vouchers and duplicates had been filed and issued. 

THE SUPREME COURT IN 1897 REVERSED THE DECISION 

OF 1871. 

In the meantime three mandamus suits had been commenced before 
Judge Hewitt in the circuit court for Marion county by Hon. Ralph E. 
Moody against H. R. Kincaid, as secretary of state, to compel the auditing 
of claims and the drawing of warrants as follows: Hon. E. D. Shattuck, 
for salary as circuit judge of the fourth judicial district; A. B. Croasman, 
for supplies furnished the penitentiary, and the Irwin -Hodson Company, 
for ruling and binding, assessment and tax rolls. I employed Col. N. B. 
Knight and Hon. A. C. Woodcock as attorneys to represent the state in 
these suits, for the reason that the attorney-general agreed with the de- 
mands of the plaintiff's and took issue with the opinion of the supreme 
court, under which I was legally bound to act. Judge Hewitt sustained 
the opinion of the supreme court of 1871 and dismissed the suits. The 
plaintiffs appealed to the supreme court, and on the tenth day of August, 
1897, the supreme court, in an elaborate opinion by Judge C. E. Wolver- 
ton, reversed the former opinion of the supreme court and ordered the sec- 
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 5 

14 the legislature has through its enactments permitted and directed, either 
expressly or impliedly." 

ISSUING WARRANTS UNDER THE MANDATE OF THE 
SUPREME COURT WITHOUT APPROPRIATIONS. 

Under this opinion of the supreme court, reversing the former opinion, 
accounts were audited and warrants issued for all claims authorized by law, 
and the opinion of the court. In doing this, a great amount of extra labor, 
care and responsibility, such as has not occurred before and perhaps will 
not again, were thrown upon the secretary of state and the clerks during 
the last two years. For this reason I asked the legislative assembly at the 
special session for a sum sufficient to pay the clerks a little more than their 
regular allowance for extra work, and the amount asked for was readily 
granted without objection or opposition. While the amount paid was a 
little more than for the previous biennial term of 1895 and 1890, it was 
really less in proportion to the work done. 

AUTHORITY FOR TRANSACTING STATE BUSINESS. 

Before and after this decision of the supreme court directing claims to be 
audited and warrants drawn without appropriations, supplies were pur- 
chased and expenses incurred under the following statutes : — 

Hill's code, section 2207, authorizes the secretary of state to purchase all 
stationery required for the use of the state and audit such account and 
draw a warrant on the treasurer for the same. 

Section 2216 covers the rooms and furniture for the legislative assembly 
during sessions and vacation. 

Section 2948, requires the secretary of state, from time to time, as he may 
think proper, to cause to be printed blank assessment rolls and other forms 
and transmit them with instructions to the several county clerks who shall 
distribute them to the assessors. 

Section 3961 provides that the secretary of state shall purchase all paper 
required in the execution of the state printing and shall cause to be done 
the binding, folding and stitching. 

The Australian-ballot law requires the secretary of state to compile, index, 
publish and distribute the election laws, and procure and distribute suitable 
poll books, tallysheets and other necessary election supplies six months be- 
fore every biennial election. 

The superintendent of the penitentiary, under the direction of the gov- 
ernor, is authorized by law to purchase all supplies and do all things neces- 
sary to be done to carry on that institution. 

The governor, secretary of state and state treasurer, with the superin- 
tendent and other officers, are authorized by law to do whatever is neces- 
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6 RBI ORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

The governor, secretary of state and superintendent of public instruction 
have the same authority, with the superintendents, over the reform school, 
the school for the deaf-mutes and the school for the blind. 

Under|these«various laws the business of the state was carried on without 
appropriations for nearly two years, from January 1, 1897, until the special 
session made appropriations in October, 1898. 

MONEY APPROPRIATED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

The legislative assembly, at the special session, appropriated money to 
pay all the warrants I had issued and all the claims recommended for pay- 
ment, with'the single exception of the claim of Captain John Mullan. 

The following appropriations were made for objects not recommended by 
this office, most of them having been disallowed for reasons stated or not 
allowed to be filed at all, for the reason that they were not deemed valid 
claims against the state : — 

For the state normal school at M on month $ 21,500 00 

For the state normal school at Weston 16,875 00 

For railroad commissioners 18,900 00 

For W. H. Leeds, for printing for the weather service, 1895, 1896 3, 347 05 

For W. H. Leeds, for printing for state and district fairs, 1895, 1896, in excess 

of the amount allowed by law 2,657 23- 

For W. H. Leeds, for printing for weather bureau, including biennial report, 

1897 3,846 21 

For W.H.Leeds, for printing for state and district fairs, 1897, 1898, In excess 

of the amount allowed by law 1,444 10 

For W. H. Leeds, for printing for the legislature of 1897 1,683 87 

For pilot commissioners and clerk 2,523 40 

For fish and game protector 6,244 89 

For state university- 2,500 00 

For the state agricultural college 26,000 00 

Making a total of more than 105,000 00 

And money was also appropriated by the legislative assembly to pay a 
number of other claims which I had refused to receive and file or had dis- 
allowed for reasous reported to the legislature at the special session, but 
which need not be reiterated in this report, as they have all been disposed 
of, including those above enumerated. 

ECONOMY AND REDUCTION OF EXPENSES. 

During my four years' term of office I have made a special, persistent and 
unyielding effort, as auditor of public accounts, to encourage and enforce 
economy in every branch of the public service and to reduce expenses to 
the lowest limit consistent with efficiency, justice and fair dealing, with a 
view of reducing taxation. Much has been accomplished in this direction, 
by refusing to audit bills for newspapers for state officers, which caused a 
considerable leakage formerly , by cutting out several hundred electric lights 
in the capitol which were used during sessions of the legislature only, but 
paid for all the time, and by putting in electric light plants at the reform 
school, deaf mute school and college farm, instead of permitting the Salem 
Light and Power Company to include these institutions under their con- 



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tract, as they claimed, thus saving the state about 150,000 during the life of 
their 10 years' con tract; by adopting a system of weighing all paper used by the 
state, thus preventing a considerable loss annually; by requiring all bills to be 
presented in the name of the claimants, duly itemized and verified by the 
claimants, instead of paying the money out in lump sums to state institu- 
tions and the militia to be disbursed by them ; by refusing to purchase 
paper and audit bills for printing not authorized by law or in excess of the 
amounts allowed by law; by reducing the expenses of holding teachers' 
institutes; by cutting down or disallowing excessive bills for keeping non- 
resident paupers; by reducing bills for the delivery of the insane and crimi- 
nals to reasonable amounts, and by practicing and enforcing economy in 
every other way possible, without injustice or hardship to claimants, always 
endeavoring to protect the state without encroaching upon the rights of 
any of its citizens. A good many lawsuits were brought against me and 
considerable ill will and opposition resulted from this course, but they weie 
unavoidable under the circumstances. They were a result of a firm and 
faithful performance of duty, often unpleasant, as some who felt aggrieved 
at the time will perhaps realize hereafter, if they do not now. For some of 
these savings I am indebted to the assistance of my associates on the state 
boards. And without disparaging any other state administration, the 
records will show that during the last four years the business of the state has 
been economically, honestly* and carefully managed, and will compare 
favorably with any other four years in the history of Oregon. Notwithstand- 
ing the great increase in the number of insane and other classes who are 
maintained at public expense, or require an increase of expenditures in 
maintaining the judiciary or other state institutions, and the decrease in 
the assessed valuation of property many millions below what it was a few 
years ago, state taxes have been gradually reduced during the last 4 years, 
and would now be about the lowest they have ever been had the special 
session of the legislature not appropriated for the last two years largely in 
excess of what had been allowed and estimated by this office and levied aa 
taxes by the board for expenses of the last two years. 

INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

The sum appropriated for incidental expenses for the years 1896 and 1896 
was $28,000, the same as had been appropriated for and used by my prede- 
cessor for the two previous years, 1893 and 1894. Out of that appropriation 
for the years 1895 and 1896 several rooms in the capitol were furnished that 
had never been furnished before ; a new carpet was purchased for the senate 
chamber at a cost of over $600, for the first time in twenty years ; a well 
was drilled 347 feet deep, at a cost of more than $1 ,000, to supply pure water 
for the capitol, and more substantial improvements and betterments were 
made by the secretary of state and paid for out of that appropriation than 
had ever been done in any biennial term for many years. The sum appro- 



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priated by the special session in October, 1898, for incidental expenses for 
the years 1897 and 1898 was $26,000, or $3,000 less than was appropriated for 
each of the two previous biennial terms. 

CLERKS AND OTHER EMPLOYES IN THE DEPARTMENT 

OF STATE. 

The business of this office, which combines the duties of secretary of 
state, state auditor, state insurance commissioner and various other duties, 
is very important and extensive, and has been transacted with fewer clerks 
and less expense than the same amount of work of equal responsibility in 
any other public or private business. The clerks who have served in this 
department during the last four years are all exceptionally skillful, indus- 
trious and capable. It would be difficult, and perhaps impossible, to find 
the superiors of Chauncey M. Lock wood, chief clerk ; Prank K. Lovell, 
bookkeeper and auditing clerk ; Carey F. Martin, general correspondence 
clerk, law clerk and clerk of all work ; Nicholas J. Haas, assistant to the 
bookkeeper ; B. F. Giltner, recording clerk ; and Miss Ella Hod son, sten- 
ographer. They are all experienced experts in their line of work. Mr. 
Lockwood, who is wonderfully quick and versatile in his accomplish- 
ments, has been indispensable in attending to the vast amount of business 
which is concentrated in this department. Mr. Lovell has performed a 
vast amount of work, requiring the highest skill, integrity, industry and 
patience, which usually receive much more compensation than he has. 
Mr. Martin has attended to a great amount of work, requiring the highest 
order of intelligence, skill and industry, and his services have been invalu- 
able. Mr. Haas has been as faithful and industrious as any person could 
be. Mr. Giltner and Miss Hodson have been equally useful. Miss Hodson 
has perhaps not a superior in Oregon in her line of work, both as sten- 
ographer and typewriter, being remarkably accurate as well as rapid. 

Nine employed in the department of state served under my predecessor, 
and have been retained by me during my entire term. I have removed 
only one person in my department during my four years in office — the 
engineer in the capitol — and have filled five vacancies caused by volun- 
tary resignations. Those who served under my predecessor and have been 
retained by me are : F. K. Lovell, B. F. Giltner and N. J. Haas, clerks; 
J. H. Howell, janitor; George O. Cheney, carpenter (part of the time 
only); J. M. Howell, messenger and mail-carrier; Joseph H. Albricht, 
assistant janitor (who has served in this position continuously for about 20 
years) ; J. A. Vanderpool and E. A. Graham, laborers. Those appointed 
by me to. fill vacancies caused by voluntary resignations are: C. M. 
Lockwood and C. F. Martin, clerks; L. Rickel, nightwatchman ; Joseph 
Fones, florist and gardener ; and Miss Ella Hodson, stenographer. I. D. 
Driver, Jr., was appointed engineer in the capitol to fill a vacancy caused 
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KEPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 9 

For additional clerical service Id the office of the secretary of state for the 
.years 1895 and 1896, the sum of $11,960 was appropriated. Of this appro- 
priation $802.60 was not used but was left in the treasury. No greater sum 
would have been used during the last two years — 1897 and 1898 — had it 
not been for the issuing of duplicate vouchers and the auditing of claims 
«nd drawing of warrants under the decision of the supreme court without 
appropriations, the large increase of correspondence resulting therefrom, 
■and the special session of the legislative assembly, all causing a much 
greater amount of work than has ever been required in any other biennial 
term. 

SALE OF PROPERTY OWNED BY THE STATE AT CASCADE 

LOCKS. 

January 20, 1898, L. H. Russell, who was actiug as custodian of the loco- 
motive, cars, rails and other property owned by the state, which had been 
used as a portage railroad at Cascade locks, offered to purchase said prop- 
erty, including the land, and pay $1,915 ; or $1,830 for the personal property 
without the land. The other members of the board thought it would be 
advisable to accept his offer for the personal property, as it was not likely 
that any other person would want it, and it would soon become worthless. 
I suggested to the other members of the board that we advertise the prop- 
erty for sale, in order to give others a chance to purchase, and, with their 
consent, I advertised it for sale one month in the Oregonian. This brought 
out a number of bids — some from Seattle, Vancouver and other places — and 
on the twenty-fourth day of February we closed the sale of all the personal 
property to E. H. Thompson, representing the Bridal Veil Lumbering 
Company, for $3,700, of which $1,200 was paid down and the remainder 
secured by notes— $80o payable May 31, $800 payable August 31, and $900 
payable November 30, 1898, — thus realizing $1,870, less cost of advertising, 
more than if the offer of Russell had been accepted without advertising. 

BOOKKEEPING. 

I have followed the system of bookkeeping which has always been used 
in this office and have carried it out the same as my predecessors did. A 
better system of double entry bookkeeping and the balancing up of ac- 
counts with the treasurer should be adopted. Before I had been long 
enough in the office to become acquainted with the system then in use the 
appropriations for the years 1895 and 1896 had been made on the old basis. 
Then fin 1897 the legislative assembly failed to organize, and there was no 
appropriations for the years 1897 and 1898. Much extra work was performed 
during those years in making long delayed and much needed indexes to 
incorporation papers, and in mauy other ways, and in issuing duplicate 
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tions. 80, by the force of circumstances over which I had no control, the 
best that could be done was to follow in the footsteps of my predecessors in 
the matter of bookkeeping, which was in charge of a man who was as ac- 
curate as clockwork and whose integrity was and is above suspicion, 
making such improvements as were possible in other directions, and leaving 
to my successors to make such other improvements as more favorable cir- 
cumstances will permit. 

THE CAPITAL BOOK-BINDERY. 

My predecessor made an arrangement with Mr. Geo. F. Rodgers to do the 
binding for the state in Salem at a somewhat reduced price from the rates 
formerly paid. It is as necessary to have a bindery near the capitol as to 
have the state printing office here, for the reason that there is need of con- 
tinual and speedy communication between the bindery and the state de- 
partments. In order to provide for doing the work here promptly my 
predecessor arranged with Mr. Rodgers to put in a plant at Baltm capable 
of doing all of the binding and ruling, excepting perhaps, some unusually 
large forms. I found this arrangement existing when I entered upon the 
duties of this office, and, as it seemed convenient and eatisfatory, I have 
not tried to change it, but have had the bills reduced some from the rates 
formerly allowed and as low as seemed just and practical consistent with 
good work and reasonable pay to the people who do the work. As Mr. 
Rodgers has invested, for the convenience of the state, considerable money 
in a plant in Salem, where there is not sufficient business outside of that 
furnished by the state to justify such an investment, he is entitled to such 
treatment as will secure him from loss in his enterprise. 

PAINTING, 

Under direction of the board of building commissioners, the roof of the 
capitol has been painted for the sum appropriated for that purpose by the 
special session in accordance with the directions of the act. The best of 
materials were used and several coats were applied. The work was done 
by contract, as the law directed, but under the supervision of an expert and 
the direction of the board, as thoroughly and faithfully as could have been 
done by day labor. As stated in my report to the special session, the whole 
of the outside of the building should receive a coat of cement wash and 
then be painted, to protect and preserve it. The outside window frames 
and doors of the buildings have not been painted for many years, and 
some of them never received but one coat. They are decaying and need 
painting badly. A part of the interior also needs repainting. 



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IMPROVEMENTS IN THE HEATING SYSTEM AND ELECTRIC 
LIGHTING OF THE CAPITOL. 

Under the direction of the board of building commissioners the boilers 
have been overhauled and cleaned and new valves and cut-offs added to 
them by A. H. Forstner and Company so that the heat can be regulated. 
Before this was done there was no way to shut off heat until the fires cooled 
down and no way to increase it faster than could be done by putting more 
wood in the furnaces. By the time the furnaces were filled with wood the 
building would be too hot, and as soon as the furnaces cooled the rooms 
would be too cold. The heat can now be regulated by opening and closing 
a valve and kept at a uniform temperature. 

By putting in new transformers the electric lights, which were regulated 
by an old transformer which was out of date and too old to do good service, 
the lights in the capitol have been greatly improved, and the cost of the 
new transformer has already been more than saved in the cost of new 
burners. The burners now last much longer than they did before this im- 
provement was put in. 

ASSESSMENT ROLLS. 

Every year there have been complaints from different counties that the 
assessment rolls were not ready as soon as needed by the assessors. The 
state board of equalization did not complete its work until the first week in 
January, and as the board might suggest changes in the forms of the rolls, 
it was not deemed prudent to order them until after the board had ad- 
journed, and then they could not be completed as soon as called for by some 
of the counties. As the state board of equalization was abolished by the 
legislative assembly at the special session, it was possible to make arrange- 
ments for the printing and binding of the rolls earlier this year than for- 
merly. After writing to all the county clerks and ascertaining the number 
and size of books they would require, without eeuding certified copies to 
the secretary of state, as required by the present law, I ordered that num- 
ber of books for each county, assuming that at the regular session the leg- 
islature will repeal or modify the present law and require a certified copy 
of the summary or totals to be filed in this office instead of a certified copy 
of the entire rolls. The rolls for the first year of my term were ordered by 
my predecessor the same as I have done, only they were ordered earlier 
this year than on that occasion because the abolishment of the state board 
of equalization made it safe to do so, and for the purpose of having them 
ready as soon as needed. 

CLOSE OF FISCAL YEAR AND MEETING OF THE LEGIS- 
LATURE. 

My administration of this office commenced on the second Monday in 
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the second Monday in January, 1899, which is the ninth day of the month, 
being five days less than the four years provided in the constitution. The 
time between the last day of December, when the business of the state must 
close in this office and be reported for the last two years to the legis- 
lative assembly, and the second Monday in January, being only nine days 
this year, and never more than fourteen days, is entirely too short to have 
a volumnous report prepared, printed and bound and ready to be submitted 
to the legislature at the beginning or near the beginning of the session. 
For this reason the report of the secretary of state has, in former years, 
nearly always been delayed until almost the close of the session. My pre- 
decessor did not finish writing bis report 1893 and 1894 until some time after 
his official term had expired and it was not ready for distribution until the 
middle or latter part of the session. In 1897, by special efforts and much 
haste and inconvenience, I had my report ready almost as soon as the legis- 
lature assembled, which was on the eleventh of January, two days later 
than occurs on the present occasion, and will, if possible, have this report 
' completed, printed and bound in time for distribution to the members on 
the first day of the session or soon afterward, but it may be that a few items 
of expenses of some of the state institutions in the latter part of December 
will unavoidably be left out, as they are sometimes incurred at the very 
close of the year, and are then not promptly sent in. It seems to me that 
the law ought to be changed, so that the fiscal year would close on the last 
day of November or^ the legislative assembly should meet later than the 
second Monday in January. The time between the last day of December, 
when appropriations expire and accounts close, and the second Monday in 
January is not sufficient to enable this office to have all the fiscal concerns 
of the state prepared, printed and bound until some time after the meeting 
of the legislature. A month's time should be given. 

INDEXES FOR ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 

For more than thirty years articles of incorporation have been accumu- 
lating in this office and no index has ever been made until during the pres- 
ent administration. Frequently several hours would be required to search 
among thousands of old records to find whether a certain incorporation 
paper called for had been filed. I have had prepared by the clerks, in ad- 
dition to their other duties, and without extra cost to the state, a complete 
index to all articles of incorporation which have been filed from the year 
1862 to the present time. Instead of requiring a long and weary search 
among thousands of musty papers to ascertain whether any company named 
had been incorporated or not and the date, the information can now be ob- 
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REPORT OF THE 8B0BBTARY OF STATE. 13 

EXAMINATION OF THE ACCOUNTS OF THE STATE 
TREASURER. 

As required by law, I have examined the books and accounts of the state 
treasurer and the moneys belonging to the state every six months since my 
last report and reported the same to the governor. 

STATE DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER. 

The special session made appropriations to pay the salaries and expenses, 
with interest, of all the hold-over commissioners, with the single exception 
of the state dairy and food commissioner. The salary and expenses of this 
office were paid during the years 1893, 1894, 1895 and 1896 with money ap- 
propriated for that purpose by the seventeenth and eighteenth legislative 
assemblies in 1893 and 1895. Assuming that the act creating this office was 
technically defective by reason of not stating the full purpose of the law in 
the title, the fact remains that the office, with H. B. Luce as the incum- 
bent, was recognized by two legislatures in appropriating money to pay 
salary and expenses, by two secretaries of state in allowing the accounts, 
and by two executives, one in appointing Luce and one in attempting to 
fill his office with another man. Having thus been recognized by the leg- 
islative, executive and administrative departments of the state government, 
and having been de facto dairy and food commissioner, and kept open an 
office and performed the duties, and the supreme court having decided in 
favor of Compson in a parallel case, Mr. Luce is unquestionably entitled to 
the salary and expenses for the years 1897 and 1898. As the functions and 
duties of that office were of more benefit to the people than were some of 
the other commissions that were paid much larger sums, it would not only 
be unjust but inconsistent to pay larger sums for services of little or no 
benefit to the public and repudiate this smaller claim for services of more 
value. 

CLAIM OF CAPT. JOHN MULLAN. 

In my report of September 26, 1898 (page 12), made to the 20th legisla- 
tive assembly convened in special session by proclamation of the governor, 
I stated the claim of Capt. John Mullan for $10,540.86 due him by this 
state under his contract made under authority of law with the secretary of 
state, Hon. ±>. P. Earhart, to collect all moneys due this state by the 
United States. 

Under his said contract, Captain Mullan duly collected from the United 
States, at three different dates, three separate sums of money, which aggre- 
gate a sum total of $105,408.75, of which $70,268.08 was on account of an old 
Oregon Indian war debt, and $5,271.09 was on account of the so-called 15 
per cent, rebate of the amount of the direct war tax ($35,140.67) levied upon 
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8 and 53, pages 296 and 311 ), and $29,879.56 was on account of the remain- 
ing 85 per cent, of said direct war tax, the amount of which this state on 
the twentieth day of October, 1862, assumed to pay ( Oregon statutes, 1863, 
pages 108 and 109 ), and for which an appropriation was then made by the 
legislative assembly of the state, though not paid therefrom. 

This total sum of $105,408.75, so collected by Captain Mullan, was without 
any diminution whatsoever turned over by him to this state and duly paid 
into the state treasury, but, notwithstanding that fact, he has never been 
paid a single cent, if I am correctly informed, for his services in making 
said collections under his said contract The amount of his compensation 
for his services so rendered was fixed by law at 10 per cent, of the sums so 
collected. 

This claim was, I understand, duly considered by the committee on ways 
and means of both houses convened in joint session during the late extra 
session of the legislative assembly, and was unanimously favorably recom- 
mended for payment and passed the house, but payment was recom- 
mended in the senate to be deferred until the next regular session of the 
legislative assembly, in which recommendation the house concurred. 

It is very clear that this claim is just and valid and should be paid, and 
in view of all the facts in relation thereto, and the delay had in its pay- 
ment, it also seems that justice to the claimant, and fair dealing on the 
part of the state alike demand that this claim, when paid, should be paid 
with legal interest from the dates when the state received the benefit of 
said collections respectively to the date of the payment of the claim. 

I have not examined carefully the voluminous papers in the case, which . 
are in the hands of the committee and should be carefully examined by the 
committee, but I believe the foregoing summary, which has been prepared 
by a representative of the claimant, will be found substantially correct. 

That this claim will be paid is absolutely certain if laws are to be carried 
out and contracts enforced. If paid now the old man who performed valu- 
able service for the state would get the benefit of his labor. He has waited 
nearly twenty years, and once had the money in his possession but paid it 
into the state treasury on the assurance of the secretary of state that it must 
first be turned into the treasury and then would be paid back to him with 
a warrant on the treasurer. If delayed longer Mullan will perhaps pass 
away, leaving the money to go to others who did not collect the claims and 
did not render the state any service. 

Honesty and fair dealing demand the prompt payment of this claim. 
There is ample authority for auditing and drawing a warrant for this claim 
without an appropriation under the law by which Mullan was appointed 
to make these collections and the decision of the supreme court in the case 
of Shattuck et al. vs. Kincaid, Secretary of State, but as the main facts in 
the case were not known to me until a few days before the legislative 
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pate or forestall the wishes of the members who make all appropriations be- 
fore any money can be paid out of the treasury, and having referred the 
claim to the legislature I feel that as a matter of propriety, waiving the 
legal authority, I should not act before they have had time to carefully con- 
sider the claim, although I have been urgently requested to do so. 

TRANSCRIPTS OF VOTES. 

In transmitting the vote from the several counties to the department of 
state 17 out of the 32 county clerks in Oregon have failed to observe the re- 
quirements of the constitution of Oregon in the manner of sealing up and 
addressing the vote for governor. The constitution provides that the vote 
for governor shall be made out upon a separate sheet, securely sealed up and 
addressed to the speaker of the house of representatives. In a very large 
majority of the counties the vote is made out upon separate sheets of paper 
but is enclosed in an envelope either separately addressed to the secretary of 
state, or is enclosed with other abstracts in an envelope addressed to the sec- 
retary of state. In several counties it is not even made out upon a separate 
sheet of paper and is only found mixed in with other state officers. The 
statute of Oregon also requires that the vote for senators and representatives 
shall be made out separately. This has not been complied with in several 
counties. The following counties have not transmitted the vote for governor 
in proper form: Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Gilliam, 
Grant, Harney, Josephine, Lincoln, Malhuer, Multnomah, Polk, Sherman, 
Tillamook, Wasco and Washington. The following counties have trans- 
mitted the vote for governor and other state and congressional and district 
officers in correct form without errors in their official abstracts: Coos, Crook, 
Jackson, Lane, Umatilla and Yamhill. The following counties have trans- 
mitted the vote for governor properly addressed and sealed but having 
errors in other parts of their abstract : Curry, Douglas, Klamath, Linn, 
Morrow, Union and Wallowa. Out of the 32 counties 20 counties contain 
from one to four errors each in the addition of the precinct totals, that is, 
the totals as given for the several precincts when added do not correspond 
with the county totals as given in their respective abstracts. The errors in 
these counties vary from one to 100 votes. Quite frequently the error is 
made in addition and in none of the counties will the errors materially 
effect the general results. The errors in detail are as follows : Baker county, 
H. R. Klncaid, 1,398, should be 1,408; C. M. Donaldson, 1,217, should be 1,216; 
John C. Young, 178, should be 180; J. H. Aitkin, 1,171, should be 1,161. 
Benton county : J. D. Daly, 935, should be 926 ; G. E. Davis, 976, should be 
979; A. D. Hale, 821, should be 831. Clatsop county: W. D. Hare, 711, 
should be 811. Columbia county : G. W. Ingalls, 41, should be 40. Curry 
county : Henry Denliuger, jr., 176, should be 166. Douglas county : Ira 
Wakefield, 40, should be 39 ; James K. Sears, 87, should be 86 ; D. L. Grace, 
68, should be 69 ; R. M. Veatch, 1,843, should be 1,848. Grant county : J. O. 



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Booth, 661, should be 658. Josephine county : J. C. Bright, 44, should be 
47; J. L. Bachelor, 55, should be £9. Klamath county: J. Tressler, 28, 
should be 33 ; A. N. Soliss, 285. should be 287. Lincoln county : D. R. N. 
Blackburn, 405, should be 445. Linn county : H. C. Davis, 169, should be 
179 ; J. H. Ackerman, 1,968, should be 1,868. Morrow county : J. H. Acker- 
man, 567, should be 547. Multnomah county : B. £. Emerick, 542, should 
be 552 ; Charles A. Fitch, 4,363, should be 4,361 ; R. E. Sewell, 6,338, should 
be 6,438. Polk county : C. S. Moore, 1,274, should be 1,254 ; D. R. N. Black- 
burn, 1,276, should be 1,282. Union county : D. P. Hackleman, 88, should 
be 98. Wallowa county : F. I. Dunbar, 471, should be 470. Wasco county: 
Charles S. Moore, 1,319, should be 1,309; James K. Sears, 113, should be 123 ; 
J. H. Ackerman, 1,331, should be 1,341. 

ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION. 

The laws regulating assessments and taxation are indefinite and are not 
construed or complied with alike by the officers of differeut counties, and, 
consequently, confusion and lawsuits have annoyed the officers whose duty 
it is to levy and collect taxes, and it is difficult to determine how some of 
these suits will end or what effect they will have in settling this confusion. 
Section 2848 of Hill's code makes it the duty of the secretary of .state to 
cause to be printed blank assessment rolls and other forms, and transmit 
the same, together with such instructions as he shall think useful to the 
several county clerks, who shall distribute the same to the assessors of their 
several counties. In complying with this section in 1895, I acted upon the 
recommendation of the board of equalization and a large majority of the 
assessors, after having asked aud received the opinion of all the assessors in 
the state, in preparing the assessment rolls and other forms differing 'from 
those formerly used. The rolls and forms were sent to all the county clerks 
in the form recommended by the board of equalization and approved by 
the assessors. Marion county changed the forms furnished by the secretary 
of state and used by all the other counties, and used a different form not 
authorized by law, which hindered the board of equalization from making 
a uniform equalization. It resulted in a suit in the circuit court. This 
change was again made in the form of the assessment rolls by Marion 
county the next year, and resulted in other vexatious lawsuits. After 
changing the form of the rolls, Marion county refused, for two years in 
succession, to furnish the rolls in time for the board of equalization to use 
the complete rolls, and they were obliged to use the original assessment 
sheets which the assessor had submitted to the couuty board of equaliza- 
tion. Some other counties were slow in sending in the assessment rolls, 
and demands were made by the board of equalization in 1896 and again in 
1897 on the secretary of state for the immediate delivery of the assessment 
rolls from Marion and several other counties. I demanded them from the 
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board of equalization was well along with its work. The law defining the 
duties of county courts in examining the assessment rolls and in estimating 
and determining the amount of money to be raised in each county and ap- 
portioning such amount, together with the amount of state and school tax 
required by law to be raised In each county, says it shall be done within 40 
days after the term of the county court in September. The law creating 
the board of equalization says they shall meet on the first Tuesday in De- 
cember annually and complete their work within 30 days. This would 
require the assessment rolls to be at the state house on the first Tuesday in 
December, but there is no statute fixing the time when the rolls shall be 
sent, although by implication it would be within 40 days from the meeting 
of the county court in September or on or before the first Tuesday in 
December. This is too indefinite, and as there is no time fixed and no pen- 
alty provided by law, some county officers take their own time to send in 
the assessment rolls. This has caused the state officers and the courts a 
great deal of trouble. A new law should be passed or the present indefinite 
and inharmonious laws should be amended so as to prevent this difficulty 
in future. The present system of sending to the secretary of state certified 
copies of the assessment rolls, which consist of a number of large books 
from each county, is expensive and useless. The books are never used and 
cumber the storerooms of the state house. An abstract is all that is used 
here and is all that is needed. 

At the special session of the twentieth legislative assembly a bill was 
passed and approved October 13, 1898, repealing the law creating the state 
board of equalization. This law abolished the board of equalization and 
leaves the state tax to be levied the same as before that board was created. 
It was supposed that by repealing the law creating the state board of equal- 
ization the certified copies of the assessment rolls from the several counties 
would not be required to be sent to the secretary of state. But this* was an 
error. The new law repealing the board of equalization does not repeal nor 
change in any way section 2788 of Hill's code, requiring certified copies of 
the assessment rolls to be sent to this office. Letters have been received 
from nearly every county clerk in the state asking whether under the new 
law they are required to send copies of the assessment books, and they have 
been informed that the law requiring them to do so is still in force, and it 
is for them to decide what course to pursue. The law requiring certified 
copies of assessment rolls to be sent to the secretary of state should be 
repealed, and abstracts of the totals only should be required. The whole 
of title V, Hill's code, relating to the levy of taxes, should be revised or 
repealed ana a new law enacted in its place. 

The assessment rolls for next year have been ordered and prepared in 
suitable numbers only to supply the assessors and county clerks exclusive 
of the certified copies required by law to be furnished this office, which are 
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state taxes. For this reason the present law should be amended or repealed 
by the legislative assemby at its regular session in January and February, as 
was intended to be done at the special session in October, or more useless 
books must be prepared and paid for by the state and unnecessary expense 
imposed upon the counties. 

SOLDIERS' CLAIMS FOR RELIEF AND BOUNTY BONDS. 

In endeavoring to determine the legal status of soldiers' claims for relief 
and bounty bonds, I have examined the reports of the adjutant-general of 
Oregon for the years 1866, 1868, 1870 and 1872, and the biennial reports of 
the state treasurer from 1872 to 1897; also a number of messages of gov- 
ernors of Oregon between 1865 and the present time. From these docu- 
ments I have collected the following memoranda:— 

The acts authorizing the giving of bounty bonds, and relief bonds are 
both dated October 24, 1864, and are not published in any of the compila- 
tions of the laws of Oregon. They are published as an u insert" in the ses- 
sion laws of 1864 and 1865. From the adjutant-general's report, Hon. 
Cyrus A. Reed published as an appendix to the house and senate journals, 
of 1864 and 1865, it appears that prior to September 30, 1865, there had been 
issued 758 certificates from his office calling for soldiers' bounty warrants of 
$50 each. 

From the adjutant-general's report for 1865 and 1866 ( page 348) it appears 
that from January 1, 1865, to September 1, 1866, certificates calling for 
bounty warrants of $50 each were issued to the number of 2,622, calling for 
a total amount of $131,100. From the adjutant-general's report, published 
with the messages and documents of ,1868, it appears that between the date 
of his last report, September 1, 1866, and the date under which he writes, 
August 1, 1867, certificates calling for bounty warrants of $50 each were 
issued from No. 2623 to No. 2756, both inclusive, which last numbered 
certificate seems to have been the highest numbered, or last certificate for 
such bounty warrants. From Hon. Cyrus A. Heed's report, under date of 
September, 1868, referring to certain printed schedules of relief and bounty 
bonds, I quote the following: " Schedules E and F exhibit the entire num- 
ber of certificates issued both for relief bonds and bounty bonds up to Sep- 
tember 1 of the present year. There are some few soldiers and estates of 
deceased soldiers, who are entitled to relief bonds. These I do not make 
certificates for until lawful application is made for the same. All of the 
bounty bond certificates have been made up, the total number of which 
is 2,756, making a total amount of certificates made up of $137,i00." 

From the same authorities it appears that additional pay certificates of 
§180 each were issued by the adjutant-general, as follows: From February 
21, 1865, to October 23, 1865, certificates No. 1 to 337, both inclusive. From 
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both inclusive, and from August 10, 1866, to April 21, 1867, certificates num- 
bered from 461 to 566, both inclusive. 

From 1868 to 1870 Hon. Cyrus A. Reed seems to have been diligently en- 
gaged in searching for soldiers who juBtly deserved bounty certificates, and 
made an endeavor to settle up a^l these claims against the state. In his last 
report to the governor, dated September 1, 1870, he says: "The details of 
the business of this office will be found in the schedules hereto appended. 
It will be seen by schedule F that this office holds certificates for sixty 
bounty bonds that were made up upon the muster rolls on file at this 
office, many of which have been forfeited by desertion or otherwise. Un- 
doubtedly some of them are justly due the soldier in whose name they are 
made up, and could the true owner be found, they should be issued to 'them; 
but, as every effort has been made to find them and so long a time has 
elapsed since they became due, I would recommend that they be cancelled, 
which if done will lessen the state indebtedness some $3,000." 

As will be seen, this report and recommendation was made nearly thirty 
years ago, and it appears that at that time every effort had been made to 
find the persons who were entitled to bounties under the act of 1864, and the 
adjutant-general believing that there were only a very few, if any, persons 
who really were entitled to bounty bonds under that act, then recommended 
that the claims be cancelled. 

The act of the legislative assembly of Oregon of October 20, 1870, required 
the adjutant-general to turn over the papers in his office to the secretary of 
state of Oregon, and repealed all the laws allowing any salary to the office 
of adjutant-general. Just prior to the passing of this act, Hon. Cyrus A. 
Heed retired from the office of adjutaut-geueral and was succeeded by A. 
P. Dennison. Mr. Dennison, soon after the taking effect of the act which 
virtually abolished the office of adjutant-general, transferred to the then 
secretary of state, the books, documents, etc., of his office, among which, 
though not distinctly specified, appear to have been sixty certificates, call- 
ing for soldiers 7 bounty bonds, these being the sixty certificates referred 
to by Hon. Cyrus A. Reed in his report of 1870. Under date of September 
12, 1870, Hon. L. Fleischner, the incoming treasurer, receipted to Hon. £. 
N. Cooke, the retiring state treasurer, for sixty bounty bonds, which were 
at that time remaining in the state treasury, by reason, as he says, of the 
death of the real owners, or of the fact that such real owners were disquali- 
fied to receive such bounty bonds by reason of having deserted the army. 
On page 35 of the state treasurer's report of 1870 is found a detailed exhibit 
of such bounty bonds. The' state treasurer's report of 1872 shows that out 
of the sixty soldiers bounty bonds received by Mr. Fleischner in 1870, only 
forty-seven remained on hand, twenty-three of which number were in 
favor of deserters, who by reason of such desertion were rendered disquali- 
fied to receive the bounty bond. Gov. L. F. Grover in his message to 
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claims of soldiers for bounty and relief bonds, and recommends that the* 
state tax of one mill levied prior to that time to pay off the balance of out- 
standing military bonds be dispensed with, showing that at that time, 1874, 
it was thought probable that there would be established no valid claims for 
the bounty bonds then held in the state treasury. Hon. A. H. Brown, on 
assuming the duties of state treasurer, on September 14, 1874, received from 
and receipted for to Hon. L. Fleischner, forty soldier bounty bonds. From 
this it will appear that between 1872 and 1874 seven bonds were paid off. 
In his last biennial report to the legislative assembly of Oregon, under date 
of January 1, 1897, Hon. Phil. Metschan, says : " Forty soldier bounty bonds 
of $50 each (exclusive of interest) still remain uncalled for, the same hav- 
ing been issued under date of January 1, 1866." From this it will appear 
that since September 14, 1874, up to January 1, 1897, no soldiers' bounty 
bonds were paid off, and that the successive officers in charge of the state 
government either regarded that the parties to whom these bonds were 
drawn were disqualified from receiving them, or, else such officers were 
never asked to make such delivery. The condition, then, in which the 
bounty bonds now are is one of considerable uncertainty. At the time the 
records and certificates of the adjutant-general's office were turned over to 
the secretary of state in 1870, if the certificates were ali there for the forty 
persons whose bouuty bonds remain yet unpaid, they were evidently 
turned over with such papers to the secretary of state. Whether or not the 
secretary of Btate had previously drawn warrauts called "bounty war- • 
rants," corresponding to each one of these claim certificates is not known. 
The supposition, however, is that he had, as some of such warrants still re- 
main in this office. It may also be stated that some of the certificates cor- 
responding to these forty bounty bonds are also on file in this office, but 
only in a very few instances do the numbers of the certificates correspond 
with the number and name upon the bounty warrants, so that the chain of 
papers necessary to be procured in order to be able to demand the bounty 
bond itself, is in nearly every case broken. On October 21, 1897, it was as- 
certained that there were a number of adjutant-general's certificates calling 
for bounty warrants which had been inadvertently stowed away in an old 
safe in the office of the chief executive. These certificates, twenty-nine in 
number, were at that time delivered over by the governor, Wm. P. Lord, 
to the secretary of state, H. R. Kincaid, and by him filed along with the 
other certificates and stubs of bounty warrant books. How these adjutant- 
general's certificates came to be in the executive office is not known, but 
they were perhaps left there prior to 1870, at which time the governor was 
chairman of the military auditing board, and it was his duty to examine 
such certificates and pass upon their validity. As still further confirming 
the idea that not only the officers of Oregon, but the legislative assembly, 
regarded these claims for bounty bonds as having been all or nearly all paid 
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fund out of which these bonds had formerly been paid, and enacted that 
should any valid claims be established for such bounty bonds, such claims 
should be paid out of the general fund in the state treasury. 

In an official opinion, under date of July 19, 1897, the attorney-general, 
Hon. C. M. Idleman, in discussing the legal status of claims of soldiers for 
bounty bonds, outlines the method of procedure necessary to be followed 
out by an applicant seeking to recover upon one of these old claims. He 
says : ''The law is explicit in its direction for the issuing and delivery of 
these bonds, providing, among other things, that the warrant shall be drawn 
by the secretary of state only after presentation to him by the person in 
whose favor it is given, a certificate of the officer who mustered him into 
the service, attested by the signature of the commanding officer of the com- 
pany or regiment in which such officer has been enlisted, countersigned by 
the adjutant-general of the state." In accordance with this provision of 
the law, as above stated, 2,756 certificates were issued to soldiers, each cer- 
tificate calling upon the secretary of state for a bounty warrant. It is pre- 
sumed that the secretary of state issued bounry warrants for each of these cer- 
tificates when presented. This bounty warrant, after being issued from the 
secretary of state's office, when presented at the state treasurer's office, called 
for the real bounty bond. I have carefully searched for all the old bounty 
warrant books and adjutant-general's certificate books supposed to be on file 
in the office of the secretary of state, and I find that the records, and 
especially the stubs of warrant books in relation to these matters, are very 
deficient, irregular and incomplete. The two connecting papers which are 
first requisite before a bond can be required from the state treasury, being the 
certificate of the mustering officer, countersigned by the adjutant general, 
and the warrant of the secretary of state, are missing in all but a few cases, 
and even in these few cases there appear irregularities and memoranda 
which give reason to doubt whether the bonds should now be issued. The 
following is a list of such of the adjutant-general's certificates, as above 
referred to, and also a list of the bounty warrant book, stubs and of such 
bounty warrants as yet remain in this office : — 

Certificates from No. 1 to No. 331 are intact in receipt book, properly 
filled out and on file in the secretary of state's office, and warrants 
corresponding have been issued as shown by stubs of warrant books; 
No. 332, both certificate and warrant, in favor of Jacob Ackerman, are 
still intact in receipt and warrant books respectively; No. 333 to 448, certifi- 
cates for all are intact, and warrant book stubs show warrants were issued; 
No. 489, both the certificate and the warrant are gone; No. 490 to 628, cer- 
tificates are in place, warrants having been issued; No. 529 and 532, both 
certificates and warrants are gone; No. 530 and 531 are on file, but warrants 
are gone; No. 533 to 588, certificates on file, warrants are gone; No. 589, 
both certificate and warrant gone; No. 590 to 611, certificates are in place 
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614 and 615, certificates in place, warrants gone; No. 616, warrant not 
issued, but the certificate is still out, not having been returned; Nos. 617 to 
624, certificates in place, warrants gone; Nos. 625, 626 and 627, both war- 
rants and certificates are gone; No. 628, the warrant is here, but the certifi- 
cate is gone; No. 629, the warrant and the certificate are gone; No. 630, cer- 
tificate is in place, but the warrant is gone; No. 631, the warrant is in place, 
certificate is gone; Nos. 632, 633 and 634, both certificates and warrants are 
gone; No. 635, certificate and warrant both here; No. 636, certificate is 
here, but warrant is gone; No. 637, warrant here, but certificate gone; Nos. 
638 to 644, both certificates and warrants are gone; Nos. 645 and 646, certifi- 
cates here, warrants gone; Nos. 647 to 652, both certificates and warrants 
gone; No. 653, certificate here, warrant gone; Nos. 654 to 656, both certifi- 
cates and warrants are gone; Nos. 658 to 66o, both certificates and warrants 
are gone; No. 666, certificate here, warrant is gone; Nos. 667 to 669, both 
certificates and warrants gone; No. 670, certificate here, warrant gone; No. 
673, both certificate and warrant gone; No. 674, certificate here, warrant 
gone; No. 675, both certificate and warrant gone; Nos. 676 to 679, certifi- 
cates here, warrants gone; Nos. 681 and 682, certificates here, warrants 
gone; No. 683, both certificate and warrant gone; No. 684, certificate here,. 
warrant gone; Nos. 685 to 6S9, both certificates and warrants gone; No. 
670, certificate here, warrant gone; Nos. 691 to 699, both certificates and 
warrants gone; No. 700, certificate in place, warrant gone; No. 701, both 
certificate and warrant gone; Nos. 702 to 704, warrants gone, certificates 
here; No. 705, both certificate and warrant gone; Nos. 706 to 712, certifi- 
cates here, warrants gone; No. 713, both certificate and warrant here; Nos. 
714 to 720, certificates here, warrants gone; No. 721, warrant here, certifi- 
cate gone; No. 722, both certificate and warrant gone: Nos. 723 and 724, 
certificates here, warrants gone; No. 725, warrant here, certificate gone; 
Nos. 726 to 733, certificates on file, warrants gone; No. 734, both certificate 
and warrant are here; Nos. 735 to 743, certificates here, warrants gone; No. 744, 
both certificate and warrant gone; Nos. 745 to 747, certificates here, warrants 
goae; No. 748, both certificate and warrant gone; Nos. 749 to 758, certificates 
all here, warrants gone. Beyond 758 the stubs of warrant books cannot be 
found and there is no record as to where the warrants are, or' when they 
were issued. Warrants from No. 759 to 2756 are supposed to have been 
issued by the secretary of state. From certificate No. 759 many of the certifi- 
cates bear two numbers and some are duplicated. No. 759, numbered also 
827, and 760, numbered also 783, are intact in certificate book; No. 761, num- 
bered also 870, in favor of James O. Reed; No. 761 in favor also of James 
Alderson. 

The following certificates are in the original books, duly signed, etc. 
Some bear two numbers. The second number is given in parenthesis: 762 
(885), 763 (862), 765 (828), 766 (829), 767 (892). Certificates from No. 768 to 
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the stubs from which the certificates are not yet torn are various numbers, 
one corresponding to the certificate and one apparently written later. 
Some certificates are duplicated as to numbers, but are drawn to different 
persons, thus: No. 770, in favor of Granville C. Lawrence, and also one 
No. 770 in favor of Wesley T. Butler; No. 777, in favor of Francis Gruliu, 
also No. 777 in favor of Horace Carpenter; No. 779, in favor of John Huff, 
also No. 779 in favor of George Cook; No. 809 in favor of William Krausse, 
also No. 809 in favor of John Hall; No. 817 in favor of Edward Miller, also 
No. 817 in favor of John Jones; No. 831 in favor of John Adams, also No. 
831 in favor of Isaac Lang; No. 833, in favor of Joseph H. Butler, also No. 
883 in favor of Peter Seproit; No. 839, in favor of John G. W. Flook, also 
No. 839 in favor of George W. McFarland; No. 846 in favor of William 
Pooler, also No. 846 in favor of Edward Miller; No. 848, in favor of Lewis 
M. Pearce, also No. 848 in favor of Jas. E. Sawyers; No. 849 in favor of Wm. 
G. Rowland; No. 749, in favor of Jasper Roberts, also No. 749 in favor of 
Green berry Tedron; No. 750, in favor of Isaac G. Thompson, also No. 760 
in favor of Chas. M. Madison; No. 851, in favor of Frances M. Wright, also 
No. 851 in favor of John McCarthy. 

Following certificate No. 854, the last number in the highest book, is 
written this explanation: "This and the eight following names were 
transmitted to Major Rinehart on the eighteenth day of December, 1865, 
for his signature." There are nine certificate stubs .following, but not num- 
bered or signed. Detached and in another part of the book are the nine 
certificates, duly signed by "M. V. Rinehart, May 1, Oregon infantry," but 
not signed by the adjutant-general, and hence worthless. 

Detached are certificates numbered as follows: 874, 877, 889, 907, 911, 930, 
954, 987, 1063, 1893, 2090, 1928, 2055, 2056, 2063, 2079, 2092, 2664, 2689. 

The following warrants calling for soldiers 7 bounties are on deposit in the 
office of the secretary of state of Oregon and the payees therein respectively 
named are entitled to them upon presentation of bounty certificates duly 
signed by the adjutant-general under whom they served, Hon. Cyrus A. 
Reed, and the proof that they are the payees therein respectively named, 
and were not deserters or otherwise disqualified to receive them : — 



Jamet Woten 

Daniel W. Harrington 

Thomas Hancock 

James W. Barns 

Ira P. Chandler 

Nathaniel Conklin 



616 | $ 50 00 September 1, 1865. 

721 50 00 September 1, 1865. 

725 50 00 I September 1, 1865. 

628 60 00 I September 1, 1865. 

681 50 00 I September 1, 1865. 

687 50 00 September 1, 1865. 



The following bounty warrants, there being bounty certificates on file to 
correspond, can be procured by the persons thereto entitled by calling at 
the office of the secretary of state at Salem, Oregon, and proving their iden- 



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tity, and that they are aot disqualified to receive such warrants by reason 
of desertion from the army: — 



Jacob Aclcerman 

John W. Coleman 

Charles Martin 

Martin Conner 



. 332 , $ 60 00 I February 13, 1865. 

I 718 ' 60 00 ! September 1, 1865. 

_ 784 I 50 00 , September 1, 1865. 

. 635 50 00 September 1, 1865. 



BUILDING AND LOAN AND SAVINGS AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATIONS. 

During the years 1897 and 1898 only very slight changes have occurred in 
the number and classes of building and loan and savings and loan associa- 
tions doing business in Oregon. The statutes regulating this class of cor- 
porations prescribe that those doing a general business shall take out an 
annual certificate of authority or license on September 1 of each year. 
The fiscal year for associations of this character is therefore from Septem- 
ber 1 of one year till September 1 of the year following. On September 1, 
1897, the Inter-States Savings and Loan Association, of Minneapolis, which 
had been licensed September 1, 1896, withdrew from business in Oregon, 
and the following associations took out an annual certificate to do business 
from September 1, 1897, to September 1, 1898 : — 

FOREIGN ASSOCIATIONS DOING A GENERAL BUSINESS. 

Fidelity Savings Association, of Denver, Colorado. 

Guaranty Savings and Loan Association, of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Pacific States Savings, Loan and Building Company, of San Francisco, 
California. 

Renters Cooperative Investment Company, of San Francisco, California. 

United States Savings and Loan Company, of St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Washington National Building, Loan and Investment Association, of 
Seattle, Washington. 

Western Loan and Savings Company, of Salt Lake City, Utah. 

ADMITTED DURING YEAR. 

On January 5, 1898, the Continental Building and Loan Association was 
admitted to do business in Oregon and granted a temporary license to Sep- 
tember 1, 1898. 

DOMESTIC ASSOCIATIONS DOING A GENERAL BUSINESS. 

On September 1, 1897, the following domestic associations doing a general 
business in Oregon were duly examined, their securities found satisfactory 
and certificates of authority issued to them to do business till September 1, 

1898 :— 



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Oregon Building and Loan Association, of Portland, Oregon. 
Union Building and Loan Association, of Portlaud, Oregon. 

FOREIGN ASSOCIATIONS GRANTED CERTIFICATES IN 1898. 

On September 1, 1898, the following foreign associations were granted cer- 
tificates to do a general business in Oregon for one year : — 
, Continental Building and Loan Association, of San Francisco, California. 

Fidelity Building and Loan Association, of Denver, Colorado. 

Guaranty Savings and Loan Association, of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Pacific States Savings, Loan and Building Company, of San Francisco, 
California. 

Renters' Cooperative Investment Company, of San Francisco, California. 

United States Savings and Loan Company, of St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Washington National Building, Loan and Investment Association, of 
Seattle, Washington. 

Western Loan and Savings Company, of Salt Lake City, Utah. 

DOMESTIC ASSOCIATIONS DOING GENERAL BUSINESS. 

The two domestic associations doing a general business were again exam- 
ined on September 1, 1898, and an annual certificate, good until September 
1, 1899, was issued to each, as follows: — 

Oregon Building and Loan Association, of Portland, Oregon. 

Union Building and Loan Association, of Portland, Oregon. 

ADMITTED DURING YEAR. 

On September 6, 1898, the yEtna Savings and Trust Company, of Butte, 
Montana, applied for admission to do a general building and loan business 
in Oregon. It was required to file a regular annual report, and the date of 
application being near the beginning of the fiscal year for building and 
loan associations, a regular annual certificate, to expire September 1, 1899, 
was issued after the filing of requisite admission papers. 

This brings the total number of foreign associations up to 9, and, with 
the 2 domestic associations doing a general business, makes 11 associations 
doing business in Oregon under the statute of 1895. 

EXEMPT ASSOCIATIONS. 

The law of 1895 exempts from examination or other exactions all local 
associations which file in the office of the secretary of state an affidavit to 
confine their business to the single county in which their principal office is 
located and counties immediately thereto adjacent. The following are the 
associations of this character in Oregon: — 

Ashland Building and Loan Association, Ashland, Oregon. 

Albany Building and Loan Association, Albany, Oregon. 



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Brownsville Building and Loan Association, Brownsville, Oregon. 
Douglas County Building and Loan Association, Rose burg, Oregon. 
Franklin Building and Loan Association, Second street, Portland, Oregon. 
Haystack Building and Loan Association, Haystack, Oregon. 
Heppner Building and Loan Association, Heppaer, Oregon. 
Home Building and Loan Association, Baker City, Oregon. 
Independence Land, Loan and Building Association, Independence, 
Oregon. 
La Grande Building and Loan Association, La Grande, Oregon. 
Oakland Building and Loan Association, Oakland, Oregon. 
Oregon Installment, Investment and Loan Association, Milton, Oregon. 
Oregon Building and Loan Association, Pendleton, Oregon. 
Portland Building and Loan Association, Portland, Oregon. 
Roseburg Building and Loan Association. Rose burg, Oregon. 
Salem Building and Loan Association, Salem, Oregon. 
Willamette Savings and Loan Association, Oregon City, Oregon. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

The taxes on gross premiums are now paid direct into the state treasury 
by the various companies doing business in this state, as provided by the 
law of 1895, which requires every foreign fire, fire and marine, life, life and 
accident, plate glass and steam boiler insurance company doing business in 
this state, to appoint a resident general agent and attorney for service, to 
whom all other agents in this state make report of business transacted, 
said resident general agent being required to swear to and file in this 
office a statement of business transacted in Oregon. The secretary of state 
certifies to the state treasurer the amount of gross premiums shown by 
these statements, from which gross premiums are deducted returned pre- 
miums and losses paid in the state, and a 2 per cent, tax is required on the 
balance remaining, after deducting these two items. 

The amount of money received on account of the general fund from 
licenses authorizing insurance corporations to transact business in this state 
during the years 1897 and 1898 was $7,043.97. This has all been paid into 
the state treasury and I hold the treasurer's receipts for it. 

The following is a list of the insurance corporations authorized to trans- 
act business during the year 1898 : — 



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LIST OP INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



American Fire Insurance Company 

JEtDA Insurance Company 

American Central Insurance Company 

Alliance Assurance Company 

Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Company 

Agricultural Insurance Company 

Atlas Assurance Company . 

.Etna Life Insurance Company 

American Surety Company 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company 

Bankers' Life Association 

Bankers' Life Insurance Company 

Caledonian Insurance Company 

Commercial Union Assurance Company - 

Continental Insurance Company 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Company 

City Trust, Safe Deposit and Surety Company 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Equitable Life Assurance Society 

Employers' Liability Assurance society 

Fire Association of Philadelphia 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Company 

Fidelity and Casualty Company.. 

Fidelity Mutual Life Association 

Fidelity and Deposit Company 

Krankford Marine, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance Co- 
German American Insurance Company 

German Alliance Insurance Company.— 

Guarantor's Finance Company 

Germania Life Insurance Company 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Company 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company 

Home Mutual Insurance Company 

Home Insurance Company 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company. 

Hartford Life Insurance Company 

Home Life Insurance Company 

Insurance Company of North America 

Imperial Insurance Company 

Lancashire Insurance Company 

London and Lancashire Insurance Company 

Lion Fire Insurance Company 

Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company 

London Assurance Corporation —• 

Law, Union and Crown Fire and Life Insurance Company.. 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Company 

Manchester Fire Assurance Company 

Magdeburg Fire Insurance Company 

Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Company 

Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company... 

Manhattan Life Insurance Company 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. 

Maryland Casualty Company 

Northern Assurance Company 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society 

North British and Mercantile 

New Zealand Insurance Company 

National Fire Insurance Company 

Niagara Fire Insurance Company 

New York Plate Glass Insurance Company 

New York Life Insurance Company 

National Surety Company 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Orient Fire Insurance Company 

Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company 

Phcenix of Hartford 

Phoenix Assurance Company 

Palatine Insurance Company 

Paciflo Mutual Life Insurance Company 






Hotne office. 



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
I Hartford , Connecticut. 

St. Louis, Missouri. 
I London, England. 

Alx La Chapelle, Germany, 
i Watertown, New York. 

London, England. 
, Hartford , Connecticut. 

New York City. New York. 
, Liverpool, England. 

Des Moines, Iowa. 

Lincoln, Nebraska. 

Edinburg, Scotland. 

London , Englan d . 

New York City, New York. 

Hartford, Connecticut. 
: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
• Hartford , Con necticut. 
I New York City, New York. 

London. England. 
: Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. 
1 San Francisco, California, 
i New York City, New York. 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Baltimore, Maryland. 
, Frankfurt, Germany. 
! New York City, New York. 
, New York City, New York. 
! Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

New York City, New York. 

Hamburg, Germany . 

Hartford, Connecticut. 
! San Francisco, California. 
. New York City, New York. 
j Hartford, Connecticut. 

Hartford. Connecticut. 
I New York City, New York . 
, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
1 London, England. 

Manchester, England. 
, Liverpool. England. 

London, England. 

Liverpool. England. 
, London , England . 

London, England, 
i New York City, New York. 
,! Manchester, England. 

Magdeburg. Germany. 

New York City, New York. 

New York City, New York. 

New York City, New York. 

Newark, New Jersey. 

New York City, New York. 

Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Baltimore; Maryland. 

London, England. 

Norwich, England. 
/London, England. 
\ Edinburg, Scotland. 

Auckland, New Zealand. 

Hartford, Connecticut. 

New York City, New York. 
I New York City, New York. 
1 New York City, New York. 
| New York City, New York. 
i Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
I Hartford, Connecticut. 
, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Hartford, Connecticut. 
| London, England. 
I Manchester, England. 
I San Francisco, California. 



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LIST OP INSURANCE COMPANIES— Concluded. 



Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Provident Savings Life Assurance Society 

Preferred Accident Insurance Company 

Phd-nix Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Queen Insurance Company of America 

Royal Insurance Company 

Royal Exchange Assurance 

St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company 

Sun Insurance Office.. 



Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company- 
Scottish Union and National Insurance Company 
Standard Life and Accident Insurance Company 
Thurlngia Insurance Company 

Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Company... 

Travelers* Insurance Company 

United States Fire Insurance Company 

Union Assurance Society 

Union Central Life Insurance Company 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Union Casualty and Surety Company 

United states Fidelity and Guaranty Company 

Western Assurance Company.. 






Westchester Fire Insurance Company . 

Washington Life Insurance Company 



Home office. 



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

New York City, New York. 

New York City, New York. 

Hartford, Conectlcut. 

New York City, New York. 

Liverpool, England. 

London, England. 

St. Paul, Minnesota. 

London, England. 

Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Edinburg, Scotland. 

Detroit, Michigan. 

Erfurt, Germany. 
I (Liverpool, England. 
_k London, England. 

(Manchester, England. 
J Hartford, Connecticut. 
. I New York City, New York. 
. I London , England . 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Portland, Maine. 

St. Louis, Missouri. 

Baltimore, Maryland. 

Toronto, Canada. 

New York City, New York. 

New York City, New York. 



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ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES. 

I respectfully submit the following estimate of the current expenses of 
the state government for the biennial term beginning January 1, 1899 :— 

GENERAL FUND. 

For salary of governor 8 3,000 00 

For salary of private secretary to the governor 8,600 00 

For clerical aid Id office of governor, Including pay of stenographer 2,000 00 

For salary of secretary of state 1 3, 000 00 

For pay of chief clerk in office of secretary of state 3, 600 00 

For additional clerical service in office of secretary of state, Including pay of sten- 
ographer 12,040 00 

For salary of state treasurer 1, 600 00 

For salary of clerk to state treasurer 4, 000 00 

For salary of superintendent of public instruction 3,600 00 

For clerical aid in office of superintendent of public instruction, including pay of 

stenographer 3, 600 00 

For traveling expenses, superintendent of public instruction 1,800 00 

For uniform series of school record books and blanks 1 3,000 00 

For salary of attorney-general 6,000 Ou 

For salary of state librarian 2,000 00 

For advertising state warrants, etc 600 00 

For postage and contingent expenses, state library 600 00 

For books, etc., slate library 8,000 00 

For volumes XXXIII. XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVI, Oregon supreme court reports 2,400 00 

For salary of pilot commissioners * 1,200 00 

For salary of clerks to pilot commissioners 1, 200 00 

For salary of health officers 4,400 00 

For salary of janitor and assistant 2, 640 00 

For salary of nigh twatch man 1,800 00 

For salary of boatman at Astoria -1,000 00 

For salary and expenses of state dairy and food commissioner 8,000 00 

For salary and expenses of flsh and game protector 5, 000 00 

For Insurance and maintenance of pilot schooner 3, 000 GO 

For minor repairs and improvements of capitol building, for repairing and keeping 

capltol grounds, etc 3,840 00 

For purchase of wood for steam heating the capltol, and for the payment of firemen 

therefor 4, 600 00 

For electric lighting of capitol 9, 300 00 

For pay of teachers and current expenses of mute school, including electric lighting. 25, 000 00 

For pay of teachers and current expenses of blind school, including electric lighting. 16, 250 00 

State board of agriculture 10, 000 00 

For eastern Oregon district agricultural societies 6, 000 00 

For southern Oregon district agricultural societies 3, 000 00 

For pay and expenses of Oregon domestic animal commission 7, 000 00 

For state board of horticulture 9,000 00 

For rewards for arrest, etc., under section 2197, Hill's Code 1,200 00 

For support of the state normal school at Monmonth 12,000 00 

For support of the state normal school at Weston 18, 000 00 

For support of the Oregon soldiers' home 21,000 00 

For support of the university of Oregon 60,000 00 

For support of the Oregon national guard 60,000 00 

REFORM SCHOOL FUND. 

For general expenses of state reform school, including electric lighting S 45,000 00 

JUDICIAL FUND. 

For salaries of supreme judges, circuit lodges, salaries and fees of prosecuting attor- 
neys, pay of clerks, bailiffs, and other expenses of the supreme court, etc $129,000 00 

LEGISLATIVE FUND. 

For pay of mileage and per diem of members and officers, and other necessary ex- 
pense* of the twentieth biennial session of the legislative assembly $ 50,000 00 



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INCIDENTAL FUND. 

For gas, fuel, water, postage, expressage, telegraphing, expenses of slate teachers' 
ujbUiuietf, lor pay of laborers, messengers, ana other incidental expenses of the 
executive, administrative and other departments, and of the supreme court, 

INSANE AND IDIOTIC FUND. 

For pay of officers, employes, and other necessary expenses of the Oregon state 

insane asylum, including electric lighting r $818,000 00 

PRINTING FUND. 

For public printing and binding, and for the purchase of paper for the publio 

printing $ 60,000 00 

INSANE FUND. 

For conveying insane and Idiotic patients committed to the Oregon Insane asylum, f 28,000 00 

CONVICT FUND. 

For conveying convicts committed to the state penitentiary | 25,000 00 

FUGITIVE FUND. 

For the arrest and return of fugitives from justice $ 9,000 00 

INDIGENT FUND. 

For the support of nonresident poor in the several counties $ 8,000 00 

PENITENTIARY FUND. 

For salary of superintendent • 8,000 00 

For salary of wardens 4,800 00 

For salary of teamster 1, 800 00 

For salary of bookkeeper 2,400 00 

For pay of guards . 10,800 00 

For pay of shopguards - 4,820 00 

For pay of night watch men 5,400 00 

For pay of engineer 1,800 U0 

For pay of visiting physician 1,800 00 

For pay of prison inspector 1,000 00 

For general expenses of the penitentiary 41,000 00 

For electric lighting the penitentiary 4,500 Ou 

For purchase of wood 4, 500 00 

For rogues' gallery 500 00 

FROM THE TRUST FUNDS — INTEREST. 

COMMON- SCHOOL FUND. 

For salary of clerk of school land commissioners $ 3,000 00 

For maps, attorneys' fees, and other expenses Incidental to the management and 

sale of common school and state lands 6,000 00 

For attorneys' fees and other expenses of collecting money due the state from 

escheated estates 500 00 

For clerical service in treasurer's office, keeping account of school fund, notes and 

mortgages 3,000 00 



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UNIVERSITY FUND. 

For expenses incidental to management of university lands and funds $ 300 00 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 
For expenses incidental to management of agricultural college lands and funds f 300 CO 

FROM THE TRUST FUNDS— PRINCIPAL. 
UNIVERSITY FUND. 

For the return of money paid on land purchased as university land, to which the 

state cannot give title t 400 00 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 

* 

For the return of money paid on land purchased as agricultural college land to 

which the state cannot give title t 1,000 00 

COMMON SCHOOL FUND. 

For the return of money paid on land purchased as school and state land to whieh 

the state cannot give title 8 4,000 00 

SWAMP LAND FUND. 



For repayment of the twenty per cent, paid on swamp lands to which the state 
cannot give title, and for attorneys' lees and other expenses, under acts of 1887, 
1«89, 1891 8 12,000 00 



For repayment of money paid into tide land fund for lands to which the state 

cannot give title I 2,000 00 



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STATEMENT OF BALANCES 



Due the state of Oregon on the thirty-first day of December, 1898, from the several counties, on 
account of delinquent state taxes, including interest on deferred payments thereof, under 
the provisions of an act passed by the legislative assembly of 1893 :— 



Clackamas county — 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Clatsop county- 
Current expense tax of 1892 

Interest on current expense tax of 1893.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1894.. 

Current expense tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense tern of 1896 .. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Crook county — 

Current expense tax of 1897 

Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Douglas county— 
Interest on current expense tax of 1893.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1894.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense lax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Gilliam county — 

Current expense tax of 1894 

Interest on current expense tax of 1894.. 

Interest on state tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897-. 

Jackson county— 
Current expense tax of 1897 



9 166 40 ' 

! j 

S 12,399 68 ' 
258 69 
57 98 ' 
189 78 
152 93 ■ 
127 37 
217 95 



606 61 
208 06 



823 73 i 
168 39 
219 28 | 
602 32 
261 62 



124 29 ! 
49 77 
76 93 
60 39 . 
58 71 | 



; 8 3,094 50 j 



Lake county— 

Current expense tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897-. 

Lane county — 
Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Lincoln county — 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Linn county— 
Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Current expense tax of 1896.. 



248 80! 

197 01 ' 
46 38 i 
54 60 ' 



224 20 

658 55 

94 88 



Interest on current expense tax of 1896. 
Current expense tax of 1897 

Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 



19 23J 



597 29 i 
682 28 
696 04 i 
458 59 I 

588 71 | 



166 40 



13,354 38 



2,075 34 

369 99- 
3,094 50 

541 79 

977 18 
19 23 

2,917 91 



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STATEMENT OF BALANCES 

Due the state of Oregon on the thirty-first day of December, 1898, from the several counties, on 
account of delinquent state taxes, Including interest on deferred payments thereoi, under 
the provisions of an act passed by the legislative assembly of 1898 —Concluded. 



Malheur county — 

Current expense tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Marion county— 
Current expense tax of 18«6 

Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 

Current expense tax of 1896 

Interest on current expeuse tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Morrow county— 
Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Multnomah county — 

Curreut expeuse tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 

Current expense tax of 1896 

Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 

Current expense tax of 1897 

Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 

Polk county — 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense lax of 1897.. 

Tillamook county — 

Current expense tax of 1894 

Interest on current expense tax of 1894.. 

Current expense tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1895 .. 

Current expense tax of 1897 

Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 









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Union county — 

Current expense tax of 1898 

Interest on current expense tax of 1893. 

Current expense tax of 1894 

Interest on current expense tax of 1894.. 

Current expense tax of 1897 .., 

Interest on current expense tax of 1897. 

Washington county — 
University tax of 1892 

Current expense tax of 1895 

Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897. 

Yamhill county — 
Interest on current expense tax of 1895.. 
Interest on current expense tax of 1896., 
Interest on current expense tax of 1897.. 






162 99 
119 84 
81 69 

138 68 



830 00 
549 62 . 
2,866 17 | 
735 96 I 
408 06 I 



128 00 
35 28 
27 60 : 



25 08 
7,238 10 
3 11 
5,873 02 
1,922 M 
4 253 21 



417 01 
241 64 



1,897 63 
647 38 

1,657 57 
500 74 

1,682 28 
143 14 



6,607 12 : 
3,415 85 
3,561 38 t 
1,038 04 
4,745 87 
292 96 



443 08 
6,700 00 I 

1,657 as I 

240 31 
216 88 . 



254 04 
290 61 
304 84 , 



TtoUd 



452 70 

4,884 81 
190 88 

19,81;') 06 
6f>8 f.5 

6,528 (.9 

18,661 22* 

9,257 80- 

849 49* 
85,125 14 



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34 E SPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. 

Id closing this part of the report I wish to thank my associates in the . 
state offices and their clerks and employes, the members and officers of the 
nineteenth and twentieth legislative assemblies, and especially the clerks 
and other employes in the department of state, for many courtesies and 
valuable assistance during my term of office. 

I have the honor to be, Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 



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Secretary of state. 



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TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT 



Of the state levy of taxes made January 8, 1897. 

' Statement of the expenses to which the state of Oregon will be subjected for the Tear 1807, 
and of the items of deficiencies, payment of which has been authorised bylaw, of the total 
revenue to be raised by taxation therefor, of the rate of taxation, and of the apportionment of 
said revenue among the several counties of this state as ascertained, computed and declared 
bv the governor, the secretary of state and the state treasurer of the state of Oregon, acting 
jointly, on the eighth day of January, A. D. 1807, according to law :— 

FOR THE EXPENSES OF 1897. 



What for. 



Salary of governor ._, 

Salary of private secretary to governor 

Additional clerical aid to governor, including pay of stenographer 

Salary of secretary of state 

Pay of chief clerk to secretary of state 



Additional clerical aid to secretary of state, including pay of stenographer — 
Salary of state treasurer.. 



Salary of clerk to state treasurer , 

Salary of superintendent of public Instruction , 

Clerical aid to superintendent of public instruction, including stenographer 

Traveling expenses of superintendent of public instruction 

Salary of attorney-general 

Salary of state librarian 

Postage and contingent expenses of state library- 
Books, bookcases, binding, etc., for state library. 
Advertising state warrants. 



Five hundred copies each of volumes XXX and XXXI, Oregon supreme court ' 

reports (act approved February 15, 1889) 

Salary of pilot commissioners 

Estimated total cost of addltonal public buildings and improvements thereof, ex- 
clusive of the asylum ' 

Salary of clerk to pilot commissioners 

Salary of health officers 

Pay of janitor and assistant i- 



Pay of nUrhtwatchman, state capltol — 

Pay of teachers and current expenses of state school for deaf-mutes.. 

Electric lighting school for deaf-mutes 

Pay of teachers and current expenses of state school for the blind 

Electric lighting school for the blind 

Uniform series school blanks. 



-Insurance and maintenance of pilot schooner I 

Minor repairs and improvement, capltol building, improving and keeping capltol < 

grounds, etc i 

Purchase of wood for steam heating system, capltol, and pay of firemen therefor- 
Electric lighting capltol : 

State board of agriculture 1 

Eastern Oregon district agricultural societies 1 

Southern Oregon district agricultural societies ! 

8alary and expenses, fish and game protector 

Salary and expenses of state dairy and food commissioner.. 
Salary and expenses of railroad commissioners and clerk. 



Pay and expenses of Oregon domestic animal commission 

State board of horticulture. 



Salary of boatman at Astoria 

Pay and expenses of state board of equalization. 



I 1,500 00 
1,800 00 

800 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
5,080 00 

800 00 
2,000 00 
1,800 00 
1.650 00 

800 00 
8,000 00 
1,000 00 

800 00 
1,500 00 

800 00 

4,000 00 
600 00 

25,000 00 

600 00 
2,200 00 
1,320 00 

900 00 
12,000 00 

250 00 
6,500 00 

800 00 
1.500 00 
1,500 00 

1,670 00 
2,800 00 
4,600 00 
5,030 00 
8,000 00 
1,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,500 00 
10,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,500 00 
500 00 
3,250 00 



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TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT— Continued. 



Rewards for arrest, under section 2197 of Hill's code.. 

General expenses of the state reform school 

Electric lighting, state reform school.. 



Pay and expenses, regular session legislative assembly, 1897 

Lights, fuel for offices, waUr, postage, etc , and other expenses of the executive, 

administrative and other state departments 

Salaries of supreme judges, circuit judges, prosecuting attorneys, and clerks and 

bailiffs of tbetupreme court, etc ~ 

Pay of officers and employes and other necessary expenses of the Oregon state 

insane asylum — . 

Electric lighting asylum and asylum cottages 

Public prin tine and binding, and for purchase of paper for same 

Conveying insane and idiotic patients committed to the asylum 

Conveying convicts com mil ted to the penitentiary 1 

Arrest and return of fugitives from justice I 

Support of nonreFident poor In the several counties 

Pay of superintendent of penitentiary j 

Pay of wardens of penitentiary j 

Pay of teamster and farmer, penitentiary 

Pay of bookkeeper, penitentiary 1 

Pay of Bhopguards, penitentiary i j 

Pay of guards, penitentiary 

Pay of engineer and plumber, penitentiary 

Pay of four nlghtwatchmen, penitentiary i 

Pay of prison inspector . 

Pay of visiting physician, penitentiary.. 

Keeping prisoners and general expenses, penitentiary 

Purchase of wood for penitentiary I 

Rogues' gallery, penitentiary 

Electric lighting, penitentiary 

8upport of state normal school, Weston 

8upport of state normal school, Monmouth , - 

Support of the state university 

Support of the Oregon national guard 

Support of the Oregon soldiers' home 

Salaries of public building commissioners _ 

Estimated total cost of additional wing and improvements to state insane asylum- 
Support of reluge home for 1895; not levied for in 1896 as they had not complied I 

with section 16 of House bill 882 when levy wss made. The attorney- general 

decided that when they complied with the law, April 1896, they were entitled 

to the entire appropriation 1 

Electric, lighting reform school, amount levied for in 1896. It was thought only | 

half the amount appropriated would be needed, but the entire sum was used— 

For support of the state agricultural college, as per section 2691, Hill's code 

Interest on indorsed warrants during 1896-1896 



1TIMS OF DEFICIENCY J. EFT OVER FROM THE YEAR 1896. 

For construction of a sewer for the relief of the state Insane asylum, state peni- 
tentiary, and state house . — 

For pay of teachers, and current expenses of state school for the' blind 

For Insurance and maintenance of pilot schooner 

For public printing and binding, and lor the purchase of paper for the public 

For pay of officers and other general expenses of the Oregon state insane asylum, *i 

etc. 

For conveying Insane to asylum 

For pay and expenses, state board of equalization 



$ 600 00 

18,000 00 

2,350 00 

55,000 00 

14,000 00 

64,500 00 

125,000 00 

6,975 00 

80,000 (O 

14,000 00 

12, 500 00 

4,500 t'O 

4,000 00 

1,500 00 

2,400 00 

900 00 

1,200 tK) 

2,160 00 

5,760 10 

900 00 

2,700 00 

500 00 

900 00 

22,500 00 

1,750 00 

250 lO 

2, 175 00 

6,000 00 

9,000 00 

30,000 00 

SO, 000 00 

12,000 IK) 

2,000 00 

40,000 00 



2,500 00 

2,300 00 
5,000 00 
7,991 46 



2,747 15 

569 82 

12 52 

18,848 13 

2,941 21 
153 25 
980 92 

9697,534 46 



SURPLUS. 

The net surplus shown by the following statement will be applicable to the payment of a 
part of the foregoing expenses and deficiencies, so that the total amount of revenue to be 
raised therefor by taxation will be reduced by the amount of said net surplus:— 



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8TATEMKNT. 

The books of the secretary of state December 81, 1896, show unexpended balances 
01 appropriations of 1805 and 1896 of 9236,028.64. We estimate that unpaid 
claims payable oat of said appropriations amount to 924,001.55, leaving unused 
balances of 9212,027.09. No levy was msde for 9120,239.79 of said appropria- 
tions; therefore, there will remain unused balance* out of the amounis levied 
for said appropriations of 191,787.30 available for payment of the foregoing 
Items of expenses and deficiencies. In the* levy of January 9. 1896, it was 
thought that the estimate of 127,206.84. the amount of claims to be paid out of 
the balances of 1893 and 1894, was correct; but at the end of the year 1896, the 
books of the secretary of state show that only 923,751.52 of this amount was 
needed, leaving an available surplus of 93,455.32. The miscellaneous receipts 
<»f the year 1896 amounted to 930,059.27; of this amount 911,826.11 was set apart 
for payment of expenses levied for January 9, 1896, leaving a balance of 
918, 283. 16. We estimate the miscellaneous receipts of 1897 at 911 , 350. 80. These 
fums constitute a total net surplus of 9124,826.58 applicable to the payment of 
the expenses set forth in the foregoing Itemized statement, which sum, being 
deducted from the preceding total of 9697,534.46, leaves the total amount of 
revenue to be raised by taxation for state purposes 9572,707 88 

TAXABLE PROPERTY. 

The following table shows, first, the aggregate valuation of all the taxable property in the 
teveral counties of the state of Oregon according to the assessment of the year 1896, as equal- 
ized by the state board of equalization at Its session held in rialem. Oregon, In the month of 
December, 1896, as shown by a table containing the result of the action of said board, certified 
by the president and the secretary thereof, filed in the office of the secretary of state December 
31. 1896; second, the total amount of lawful exemptions in each of said counties, as shown by 
the copies of the assessment rolls of the several counties of the state f.»r the year 1896 to be de- 
ducted, according to law, from the aforesaid aggregate valuations of taxable property; and, 
third, the total amount of taxable property in this state after making the lawful deductions: — 



Count jf. 



ert» a* equaltxtd amount 0/ ex- property a/t^r 
bwatate board of I ""P" ** '« ««* [deducting late/Hi 
{equalisation. e0UHt »' I ««»*«<»«• 



Kaker 

Benton 

Clackamas.. 

Clatsop 

Columbia ... 

Coos 

CuTry 

Crook 

Douglas 



--• 




Union . 



2,408,612 
2,955,112 
4,915,726 
8,448,282 
1.474.S67 
3,024,886 

692,349 
1.854,196 
5,277,204 ' 
1,372,658 
1,821,829 
1,879,909 
5,068,577 
1,292,806 
1,584,245 
1,425,148 
7,221,319 

928,434 
7,672,496 
1,235,920 
9,333,952 
1,225,695 , 
52,659,555 
4,389,638 
1,006,689 
1,268,426 
7,044,964 
8,439,396 , 

909, 8n 
3,121,735 
4,818,620 
5,712,652 



~ "I - 
110.38Q I 9 
170,693 
857,767 
110,581 

98,672 I 
246,050 

80,3*9 1 
140, 183 ! 
471,281 
162,982 ; 

15,605 ! 

76,290 I 
258,042 

92,520 

49,278 

87,027 
730,180 

59, 247 
604,300 
115,325 
748,397 
123,262 ! 
1,243,360 ! 
348,512 j 
124,415 
141,912 ' 
434,864 , 
277,393 1 
149,793 
228,584 I 
365,790 
492,170 , 



,1 



2,293,227 
2,784,419 
4,557,959 
8,382,701 
1,875,696 
2,778,836 

511,9*0 
1,714,013 
4,805,923 
1,209,676 
1,306,224 
1,803,619 
4,810,533 
1,200,286 
1,534,967 
1,838,121 
6,491,139 

864,197 
7,068,196 
1,120,595 
8,585,555 
1, 102. 483 
51,416,195 
4,041,126 

882,284 
1,153,514 
6,610,600 
3,162,009 

769,522 
2,893,151 
4,447,830 
5,220,482 



Total 



! 8151,864,670 8 8,687,699 j 8 143,176,971 



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38 REiORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT — Continued. 

REVENUE. 

The total amount of revenue to be raised by taxation as aforesaid being $672,707.88, the result- 
ing rate of taxation on each dollar of said taxable property is four mills, and the same is 
apportioned among the several counties of this state, to be levied and collected and to be 
paid into the state treasury by each of said counties, according to the following schedule : 

Baker S 9, 172 91 

claca*mM~-Z~IIIII~~I"rZir~~^ 18', 281 84 

coiumb£n~i!i™iirriiiiT~r™i™ 5; «« 78 

crooK~riir!irrririzr~zriirri^ eisse 05 

Douglas $ 19,228 69 

Gilliam I 4,838 70 

Grant S 5,224 90 

Jackson Tiiiziiiiii -iiriiiiiiiiziziTiiriiiii~'iii -iziii ™iiizininm~nm~i izzizis m* 242 13 

Josephine , 1 4,801 14 

Klamath f 6, 139 87 

Lane ~ ziriimimiirnimmiii zzz izzizziimizmii iiimzizi zm mirzrz z in izzzii s 2&\ %4 06 

Linn ._ -ZZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZZTZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZI ZZZZ ZZZZZZZZ« 28/272 78 

Malheur t 4,482 38 

Marlon $ 34,342 22 

Morrow S 4,409 73 

Multnomah $ 206,664 78 

Polk t 16, 164 50 

Sherman — — * t 8, 529 14 

Tillamook 1 4,614 06 

Umatilla S 26,442 40 

Union $ 12,648 01 

Wallowa t 3,088 09 

Wasco S ll,5?2 60 

Washington $ 17, 791 32 

Yamhill. 8 20, 881 93 



Total $ 572, 707 88 

8TATE CAPITOL, 1 

Salxm, Oregon, January 8, 1897. / 
In accordance with law, we, the governor, the secretary of state and the state treasurer 
of the state of Oregon, acting jointly, have prepared the foregoing tabular statements and ap- 
portionment and have ascertained by computation- 
's*— That the total amount of revenue to be raised the fiscal year ending December 31. 
1897, for state purposes is the sum of five hundred and seventy-two thousand seven hundred 
and seven dollars and eighty-eight cents, which we hereby apportion among the several coun- 
ties of this state according to the amount of total taxable property in each. 

Second— That the amount of property subject to taxation in this state for the expenses and 
deficiencies, hereinbefore set forth, is the sum of one hundred and forty-three million one 
hundred and seventy-six thousand nine hundred and seventy-one dollars, as shown by the 
foreffoing statement of taxable property. 

Third— That the resulting rate of taxation upon each dollar of assessment within the said 
state subject to taxation is four mills. 

Now, therefore, we declare that the state levy of taxes for the said state purposes upon 
each dollar of property subject to taxation in the several counties of this state is four mini*, 
and we apportion the same among the several counties of this state according to the amount 
of total taxable property in each, as shown by the foregoing tabular statement and schedule, 
which is made a part of this order and declaration. 

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and have caused to be affixed the 
seal of the state of Oregon this the eighth day of January, A. D. 1897.' 

* WM. P. LORD, 

Governor. 
H. R. KINCAID, 

Secretary of State. 
PHIL. METSCHAN. 
State treasurer. 

OFFICE OF THE 8ECRETARY OF STATE, ) 
Balem, Oregon, January 8. 1897 J 
I hereby certify that the foregoing is an accurate transcript of the computation and appor- 
tionment of the state levy of taxes made January 8. 1897. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the state of 
Oregon, this eighth day of January, A. D. 1897. 

H. R. KINCAID, 

Secretary of state. 



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TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT— Continued. 

Statement of the expenses to which the state of Oregon will be subjected for the year 
1896, and of the Hems of deficiencies, of the total revenue to be raited by taxation therefoi. 
of the rate of taxation, and of the apportionment of said revenue among the several couniie* 
of this state as ascertained, computed and declared by the governor, the secretary of state, 
and the state treasurer of the state of Oregon, acting jointly, on the fourteenth day of Janu- 
ary, A. D. 1896. according to law :— 

FOR THE EXPENSES OF 1898. 



What for. 



Salary of governor 



Salary of private secretary to governor 

Additional clerical aid to governor, Including pay of stenographer (who Is also 

used by the attorney- general by permission of the governor) 

Salary of secretary of state _. 

Pay of chief clerk to secretary of state 

Clerical aid to secretary of state, including pay of stenographer.. 

Salary of state treasurer 

Salary of clerk to state treasurer.... 



Salary of superintendent of public instruction 

Clerical aid to superintendent of public Instruction, including pay of sten- 

Traveling expenses of superintendent of public instruction I"I~I..~II™ 

Salary of attorney-general 






Salary of state librarian. 

Postage and contingent expenses of state library 

Books, bookcases, binding, etc., for state library j 

Five hundred copies each of volumes XXXII and XXXIII Oregon supreme ; 

court reports (act approved February 15, 1889) I 

Salary of pilot commissioners j 

Salary of clerk to pilot commissioners 1 

Salary of health officers \ 

Pay of janitor and assistant • 

Pay ot night watchman, state capltol ? 

Pay of teachers and current expenses of state school for deaf-mutes, including i 

electric lighting i 

Pay of teachers and current expenses of state school for the blind, Including j 

electric lighting 

Uniform series school blanks ! 

Insurance and maintenance of pilot schooner i 

Minor repairs and improvements, capltol building, Improving and keeping cap- ■ 

itol grounds, etc i 

Purchase of wood for steam heating system, capltol, and pay of firemen therefor— » 
Electric lighting capltol ? 






State board of agriculture 

Eastern Oregon district agricultural societies 

Southern Oregon district agricultural societies 

Pay and expenses of Oregon domestic animal commission 

State board of horticulture 

Salary of boatman at Astoria 

Pay and expenses of state board of equalization 

Rewards for arrest, under section 2197, Hill's Code 

General expenses of the state reform school, including electric lighting, pay of 

industrial teachers, etc., hitherto paid from other funds, though really gen- 

— ■ — :pei — 

. n .. __ . , „_._„.. ._ 

administrative and other slate departments .__ ___ 

Salaries of supreme Judges, circuit judges, prosecuting attorneys, and clerks and 

bailiffs of the supreme court, etc . 

Pay of officers and employes and other necessary expenses of the Oregon state 

insane asylum, including electric lighting, returning patients, etc., hitherto 

paid out of separate subfunds 



eral exi 

Lights, fuel for office*, water, pontage, etc., and other expenses of the executive, 



8 1,500 00 
1,800 UO 

1,200 00 
1,600(0 
1,800 00 
7,200 00 
800 1.0 
2,000(0 
1,800 00 

1,750 00 
800 00 

8,000 00 

1,000 00 
800 00 

1,500 00 

4,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

?,200OO 

1,820 01) 

900 00 

12,250 00 

7,300 (0 
1,500 (0 
1,500 10 

2,000 GO 
2.S00 0O 
4,600 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,500 00 
2,500 00 
4,500 00 

500 00 
3,250 00 

600 00 



28,350 00 
14,000 00 
64,500 00 

146,105 00 



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TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT— Continued. 

What for. Amoi 



Public printing and binding, and for purchase of paper for same I 30,000 00 

Conveying insane and idiotic patients commuted to the asylum • 14,000 00 

conveying convicts committed to the penitentiary - , 12,600 00 

Arrest and return of fugitives from justice 4,600 00 

Support of nonresident poor in the several counties 4,000 00 

Pay of superintendent of penitentiary 1 1,600 00 

Pay of wardens of penitentiary , 2,400 00 

Pay of teamster and farmer, penitentiary 900 00 

H*y of bookkeeper, penitentiary ' 1,200 00 

Pay of shopguards, penitentiary 2,160 00 

Pay of guards, penitentiary 6,760 00 

Pay of engineer and plumber, penitentiary ; 900 00 

Pay of four night watchmen, penitentiary 2,700 00 

Pay of prison inspector ..„ 600 00 

Pay of visiting physician, penitentiary 900 00 

Keeping prisoners and general expenses, penitentiary • 22, 600 00 

Purchase of wood for penitentiary 1,750 00 

Rogues' gallery, penitentiary 260 00 

Klectrlc lighting, penitentiary, 2, 176 00 

Support of state normal school, Weston 6,000 00 

Support of state normal school, Monmouth . 1 ■ 9,000 00 

Support of the state university , 30,000 00 

Support of the Oregon national guard 80,000 00 

Support of the Oregon soldiers' home ' 12,000 00 

Salaries of public building commissioners > 2,000 00 

For support of state agricultural college, as per section 2691, Hill's Code 5,000 00 



ITEMS OF DEFICIENCY. 
From the year 1896 presented after levy was made, so not included in the tax levy of 1897.— 

What for- I Amount. 

For construction of a sewer for the relief of the state insane asylum, state peni- i 
tentiary and state house $ 

For pay of teachers, and current expenses of state school for the blind — < 

For public printing and binding, and for the purchase of paper for the public 
printing „ 1 

For pay of officers and other general expenses of the Oregon state insane asy- 
lum, etc i 

For conveying insane to asylum ■ 

State land agent ! 

Election supplies 

i - 



SURPLUS. 

In the levy of January 8. 1897, there was an item of 955,000.00 for pay and expenses of the 
regular session of the legislative assembly of 1897; but, as the house of representatives em- 
ployed no committee clerks and did not need extra supplies or appoint any special commit- 
tees, there will be at least $15,000.00 unused, probably more. Also items of $25,000.00 for the 
estimated cost of additional public buildings and improvements thereof, exclusive of the 
asylum, and $40,000.00 for the estimated total cost of additional wing and Improvements to 
state insane asylum which will not be used. The miscellaneous receipts of 1897 (including 
interest ou over due taxes ) amount to $7, 625. 67: but as 811, 350. 80 was set apart for payment of 
expenses levied for January 8, 1897, as the estimate of said miscellaneous receipts, this makes 
a deficiency of $3,725. 13. We estimate the miscellaneous receipts of 1898 at $5, 813.53. These 
various suras, less the deficiency of $3,725.13 (caused by the over-estimate of the miscellane- 
ous receipts of 1897) constitute a total net surplus of $82,088.40 applicable to the payment of 
the expenses aet forth in the foregoing itemized statement, which sum being deducted from 
the preceding total or $554,298.26, leaves the total amount of revenue to be raised by taxation 
lor state purposes $472,209.86 



40 60 
46 81 


1,767 42 


326 69 

37 26 

2,833 33 

1,836 15 


554,298 26 



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TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT — Continued. 

TAXABLE PROPERTY. 

The following table shows, first, the aggregate valuation of all the taxable property In the 
several counties of the state of Oregon according to the asset*nient of the year 1S97, as equal- 
ized by the state board of equalization at its session held in Salem, Oregon, In the months of 
December, 1897, and January, 1898. as shown by a table containing the result of the action 
of said board, certified by the president and the secretary thereof, filed m the office of the secre- 
tary of state January 5. 1898; second, the total amount of lawful exemptions in each of said 
counties, as shown by the copies of the assessment rolls of the several counties of the state 
for the year 1897, to be deducted, according to law, from the aforesaid aggregate valuations of 
taxable property; and, third, the total amount of taxable property in thla state after making 
the lawful deductions :— 



County. 



Aggregate valua- 
tion of all prop- 
erty at equalized 
, by the Mtate board 
of equalization. 



Baker 

Benton — 



Clackamas 

Clatsop.... 



Columbia 

Coos 

Curry 

Crook .. 

Douglas 

Olllfam 

Grant 

Harney 

Jackson . 






Josephine 

Klamath 

Lake — . 

Lane 

Lincoln - 

Linn 

Malheur 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Sherman 

Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wa?co 

Washini 
Yamhil 



gton. 
II 



Total. 



2,502, 

2,752, 

6,038, 

2,971, 

1,462, 

2,895, 

588, 

1,738, 

5,214, 

1,873, 

1,265, 

1,939, 

i 4,747, 

! 1,284, 

1.544, 

1,409, 

7,094, 

743, 

7,638, 

1,240, 

8,871, 

1 1,428, 

45,681, 

4,444, 

1,123, 

1,117, 

6,684, 

| 3,703, 

1 1,021, 

8,241, 

4,867, 

5,932, 

$ 143,539,( 



637 
243 
922 
983 
176 
407 
528 
711 
738 
417 
009 
159 
928 
789 
029 
365 
604 
791 
051 
225 
428 
495 
445 
394 
786 
611 
634 
503 
956 
617 
385 
880 



Aggregate 


1 Total taxable 


mnt of exemp- 


property after 


ion* in each 


\ deducting lawful 


county. 


| exemption*. 


120,641 


* 2,381,996 


139,530 


2,612,713 


404,679 


4,634,243 


82,997 


2,888,986 


93,560 


1,358,616 


251,477 


2,643,930 


80,586 


507,942 


136,821 


1,601,890 


497, 135 


4,717,603 


150,878 


1,222,539 


600 


1,254,409 


64,470 


1,874,689 


149,598 


4,598,330 


119,993 


1,164,796 


51,744 


1,492,285 


83,666 


1,325,699 


707,560 


6,387,044 


57,103 


686,688 


622,865 


7,015,186 


124,094 


1,116,131 


725, 147 


8,146,281 


108,937 


1,314,558 


1,317,155 


44,364,290 


32% 355 


4,119,039 


127,021 


996,765 


111,456 


1,006,155 


465,669 


6,218,965 


355,910 


3,347,593 


152,005 


869,951 


228,131 


3,018,886 


369,495 


4,497,840 


396,314 


5,536,566 


8,622,592 


, S 134,917,104 



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TRANSCRIPT OF THE APPORTIONMENT— Concluded. 

REVENUE. 

The total amount of revenue to be raised by taxation as aforesaid being $472,209.86. the re- 
sulting rate of taxation on each dollar of said taxable property is three and one- half mills, 
and the same is apportioned among the several counties of this state, to be levied and 
collected and to be paid into the state treasury by each of said counties, according to the 
following schedule :— 

Benton iizzzzzzzzzi iznzniiizrizzi iizizzzmzzznii- ziziiumzrziziizzziz znrzzzrz~i» 9, m w 

Clackamas $ 16,219 85 

Clatsop f 10,111 45 

coos — rrriirrzzrrririzrrirrrrririzirrrrrirrriiirrrzrrjrzzrrrirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrririrzs 9,'25s 75 

Crook IZZZZZZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIZIZZZs 5',606 6i 

Douglas $ 16,511 61 

Gilliam f 4,278 89 

Grant * 4,390 43 

Harney 8 6,561 41 

Jackson — - $ 16,094 15 

Josephine 8 4,076 79 

Klamath f 5,223 00 

Lake » 4,639 95 

Lane S 22,354 65 

Lincoln 9 2,403 41 

Linn * 24,553 15 

Malheur 8 3,906 46 

Marion f 28,511 98 

Morrow _ % 4,600 95 

Multnomah 8 155,275 01 

Sherman Z-ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ-LZZ.S 3,' 488 68 

Tillamook % 8,521 54 

Umatilla $ 21,766 38 

Union $ 11, 716 57 

Wallowa 8 3,044 83 

Wasco 8 10,546 85 

Washington 8 15, 742 44 

Yamhill- 8 19,377 98 

Total 8 472,209 86 

STATE CAPITOL. ) 

Salem, Oregon, January 14, 1898. j 
In accordance with law, we, the governor, the secretary of state and the state treasurer 
of the state of Oregon, acting jointly, have prepared the loregoing tabular statements and 
apportionment, ana have ascertained by computation— 

First— That the total amount of revenue to be raised »the fiscal year ending December 31, 
1898, for state purposes, is the sum of four hundred and seventy-two thousand, two hundred 
and nine dollars and eighty-six cents, which we hereby apportion among the several coun- 
ties of this state according to the amount of taxable property in each. 

Second— That the amount of property subject to taxation in this state for the expenses and 
deficiencies, hereinbefore set forth, is the sum of one hundred and thirty-four million, nine 
hundred and seventeen thousand, one hundred and four dollars, as shown by the foregoing 
statement of taxable properly. 

Third— That the resulting rate of taxation upon each dollar of assessment within the said 
state subject to taxation is three and one-half mills. 

Now, therefore, we declare that the state levy of taxes for the said state purposes upon 
each dollar of property subject to taxation in the several counties of this state Is three and 
one-half mills, and we apportion the same among the several counties of this state according 
to the amount of total taxable property in each, as shown by the foregoing tabular statement 
and schedule, which is made a part of this order and declaration. 

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and have affixed the seal of the state 
of Oregon, this the fourteenth day of January, A. D. 1898. 

WM. P. LORD. 

Governor. 
H. R. KINCA1D. 

Secretary of state. 
PHIL. METSCHAX, 
State treasurer. 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.) 
Salem, Oregon, January 14. 1898. j 
I hereby certify that the foregoing is an accurate transcript of the computations and ap- 
portionment of the state levy of taxes made January 14, 1898. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the state of 
Oregon, this fourteenth day of January, A. D. 1896. 

H. R. KINCAID. 

Secretary of state. 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS. 



GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS -1897-1898. 



1898. 



Oct. 21 

21 



21 



21 



21 



To legislative appropriations 

as follows :— 
For salary of governor, with 

interest 

For salary of private secre- 
tary to governor, with in- 
terest. — — . 

For additional clerical aid 
in office of governor. In- 
cluding pay of stenogra- 
ph interest.. 



i pher, wil 
I For salary 
,wit] 



21 
21 

21 

»! 

21 
21 
21 

21 

21 



of secretary of • 

. ith interest 

For pay of chief clerk in of- ; 
floe of secretary of state, 

with Interest 

For additional clerical serv- 
ice In office of secretary of 
I state, including pay of 
I stenographer, with interest. 
For salary of state treasurer, 

I with Interest 

For salary of clerk of state 
treasurer, with interest — 
For advertising state war- 
rants, etc — — 

For salary of superintendent 
of public Instruction, with 

Interest 

For clerical aid in office of 
superintendent of public 
instruction, including pay 
of stenographer, with in- 



Dr. 

$8,028 09 
8,797 70 

2,028 15 
8,024 91 ' 



I 1898. 

Dec. 81 
81 



For traveling expenses, su- 
perintendent of public in- 
struction, with Interest 

For uniform series of school 
books and blanks, provid- 
ed for public schools by 
the department of educa- 
tion, with Interest 

For salary of attorney-gen- 
eral, with interest 

For salary of state librarian, 
with iuterest 

For postage and contingent 
expense* of the state li- 
brary, with interest 

For books, bookcases, bind- 
ing, etc, state library, with 
interest 

For 600 copies each of vol- 
umes XXX, XXXI and 
XXXII, Oregon supreme 
court reports, act approved 
February 15, 1889, with in- 
terest 



8,665 20 



(I 



18,950 00 
1,612 98 
4,219 67 : 
800 00 !l 



8,628 90 ; 

i 

8,686 59 i 
1,600 00 

8,000 00 
6,048 50 | 
2,015 39 

300 00 | 

2,800 00 



'i 



'I 









By sundry warrants..: 
By sundry warrants..* 



Or. 

8 8,028 09- 
8,797 70-, 



81 By sundry warrants. 

81 | By sundry warrants.. 
81 ! By sundry warrants— 

81 I By sundry warrants.. 

i 

i 
81 ' By sundry warrants.. 

31 By sundry warrants- 1 

81 By sundry warrants. 

31 By sundry warrants— 

81 ( By sundry warrants J 3,686 59- 

I 

31 By sundry warrant*.- 1,600 0O 
81 I By Bundry warrants 



2,028 15- 


3,024 91 


3,655 20 


13,950 0O 


1,612 93 


4,219 67 


91 7* 


8,628 90- 



81 


By sundry warrants.. 


6,048 50 


81 


By sundry warrants.., 


2,015 39- 


81 


By sundry warrants..; 


212 15. 




By sundry warrants.. 


2,053 41 


81 


By sundry warrants. J 


4,037 7» 



6,087 78 || 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

GENERAL FUND- 1897-1898 -CONTINUED. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



21 
21 

21 

21 
21 
21 

21 

21 



21 
21 

21 

21 

21 
21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 
21 



For pay of F. V. Drake, for 
legal services for the slate 
of Oregon, with interest . — 

For salary of pilot commis- 
sioners, with interest 

For salary of clerk to pilot 
commissioners, wlih in- 
terest 

For insurance and mainte- 
nance of pilot schooner, 
with interest 

For salary of health officers, 
with lmerect 

For salary of boatman at As- 
toria, with Interest 

For pay of janitor, cap I to 1 
building, and assistant, 
with interest 

For pay of night watchman, 
capitol building, with in- 
terest. _ 

For minor repairs and im- 
provements, capitol build- 
ing, and for i m proving and 
keeping capitol grouuds. 
with interest; for painting 
roof at a cost not to exceed 
81,100.00; the painting to 
be let by contract ana to 
be under the supervision 
of the board of public 
building commissioners 

For purchase of wood for 
steam heating system, cap* 
itol building, and for are- 
man therefor, with inter- 
est _ 

For electric lighting capitol ' 
building, with interest j 

For pay of teachers and cur- 
rent expenses of the state I 
school for deaf-mutes, in- I 
eluding electric lighting, 
with Interest 

For pay of teachers and cur- 
rent expenses of state 
school for the blind, in- 
cluding electric lighting, 

.with interest. 

For deficiencies of 1896, with 
interest. 

For state board of agriculture.; 

For Eastern Oregon district 
agricultural societies. 

For Southern Oregon district 
agricultural societies i 

For salary and expenses of 
fish and game protector, 
with interest 

For salary and expenses of 
railroad commissioners 
and clerk, with interest 

For pay and expenses of Ore- 
gon domestic animal com- 
mission, with interest 

For pay and expenses of state 
board of equalization, with 
interest 

For deficiencies of 1896, paid, 
and interest thereon 

For rewards, arrests, etc. , un- 
der section 2197, Hill's code. 



Dr. 

% 840 93 
1,256 97 

1,266 48 

3,000 00 i 

4,441 09 

1,064 97 

i 
2,680 61 

1,827 55! 



I 



1 1898. , Or. 
Dec. 31 By sundry warrants., $ 340 93 

1 1 

81 1 By sundry warrants.. 1,249 58 

31 ; By sundry warrants.. 1,259 99 

31 By sundry warrants.., 3,000 00 

31 ' By sundry warrants..' 4,408 90 

31 . By sundry warrants. _, 1,054 97 

31 1 By sundry warrants— ! 2,680 61 

31 By sundry warrants— 1 1,827 55 

31 I By sundry warrants.. 4,487 15 



I 



4,440 00 j 

4,600 00 
9,200 00 

25,000 00 I 



16,250 00 ! 



653 25 
10,000 00 , 



6,000 00 1 

3,000 00 |i 

I 
5,244 89 

I- 
18,900 00 

I 
7,000 00 j 

1! 
4,450 00 

993 18 1 

1,200 00 I 



31 ' By sundry warrants.. 3, 173 36 

1 1 

I i 

81 j By sundry warrants.. 1 9,200 00 
31 ■ By sundry warrants.., 24,602 41 

: i 

31 ! By sundry warrants..! 16, 195 34 



653 25 



31 ! By sundry warrants.. 



31 By sundry warrants... 10,000 00 
81 I By sundry warrants..! 6,000 00 



3,000 00 
4,731 15 



31 ! By sundry warrants.. 1 



31 By sundry warrants—, 

31 ' By sundry warrants..! 18,552 61 



81 I By sundry warrants. J 6, 140 24 
81 I By sundry warrants.. I 3,875 65 



31 ' By sundry warrants.. 993 13 

31 By sundry warrants.. 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 



GENERAL FUND -1897-1898 -CONTINUED. 



1896w Dr. 

Oct. 21 I For physical and chemical ; 
I apparatus, and for collect- , 
i ing historical data for state 

1 university $ 2,600 00 

21 For support of the soldiers' 
home, act tiled February ' 

i 21, 1888, with interest , 24,000 00 

t ( The trustees of said soldiers' ■ 
home are hereby directed 
not to incur any deficiency 
whatever, and the forego- • 
ing appropriation is made 
upon condition that no de- 
ficiency be incurred by 
i them for said home. ) > 

21 For the support of the state 
agricultural college, act ap- 
proved February 18. 1889... 10,000 00 
21 , For pay ofgovernor.fi, 000 a 
year, and of the secretary , 
i of state and state treasurer, , 

each $500 a year, for serv- 
1 ices in supervising public 
works, public buildings, 
! etc., for which oompensa- 
' tion is not otherwise pro- , 
i vided, with Interest, and , 
ty of secretary of said 



1898. | 
Dec. 81 • By sundry warrants.. 



21 



£S£ 



For salary and expenses of 
state land agent, with in- 
terest _ — , , _ , 

21 J For deficiencies of 1895 and 



i 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



! 1896, paid, with Interest. ... 

For expense .of election 

i blanks, etc. (Australian 

i ballot system >, 1898 

I For deficiencies of 1896, paid, ' 

i with interest-.. — 

I For state board of horticul- i 

I lure, with interest — 

' For pay of George S. Down- 
ing, lor cash advanced to 
i discharged convicts, as per i 
section 8889 of the code, 

I with interest - 

I For pay of A. N. Gilbert, 
for ca*h advanced to dis- 
charged convicts, as per . 
! section 8889, Hill's code, , 

, with interest ' 

, For pay of A. C. Woodcock < 
I for attorney's teen fa re E. , 
' D. Shattnck et t»L v. H. R. 
* Kincald, secretary of state, , 

with interest . 

| For pay of N. B. Knight for > 

; attorney's fees in re E. D. ! 

Shattuck et al. v. H. R. I 

| Kincald, secretary of state, j 

i with interest 

t For pay of J. J. Murphy for I 
1 services as clerk of the 
supreme court, deficiency, 

1894, with Interest 

For pay of Lee Morehouse for 
services as clerk of the , 
supreme court at Pendle- 
ton, deficiency, 1894, with | 
interest 



4,419 66 

2,600 00 
2,606 71 !' 

1,742 96 ( 
1,943 94 
9,000 00 

408 89 

38 48 | 

318 93 

ij 
318 93 

820 83 j 
126 64 



'I 



81 By sundry warrants.. 



I 
31 j By sundry warrants.. 

31 . By sundry warrants.. 



31 By sundry warrants-. 

81 | By sundry warrants— 

31 ' By sundry warrants..! 

I 

31 By sundry warrants.. , 

31 i By sundry warrants.. 1 

31 By sundry warrants.. 



31 • By sundry warrants..; 



! 



! 



81 I By sundry warrants.. 

1 i 

i i 



31 , By sundry warrants..| 



31 By sundry warrants.. 



81 ; By sundry warrants.. 



Cr. 



18,716 33 



10,000 00 
4,419 66 



2,431 45 

2,606 71 
1,742 95 

1,943 94 

4,239 50 

408 89 



38 48 



318 ! 



318 93 



320 83 



125 64 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 



GENERAL FUND — 1897-1896 -Continued. 



1896. 

Oct. 21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



For pay of Salem Water Com- 
pany for water furnished 
to the blind school for the 
last quarter of 1894, with 
interest 

For pay of A. T. Wain for 
conveying an Insane pa- 
tient to the asylum In 1894, 
with interest 

For pay of T. W. Davenport 
for clerk hire during 1805, 
with interest 

For pay of L. Stillwell and 
F. Arthur for conveying 
an insane patient part of 
the way to the asylum 

For pay of Salem Water Com- 
pany for making change 
of fire service in capitol, 
with interest 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for the weather 
service, with interest, 1895, 
1896 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for the board of 
pharmacy, with interest, 
1895, 1896. 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for state normal 
school st Monmouth, with 
interest, 1895, 1898 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for state and dis- 
trict fairs, with interest, 
1895, 1898 

For pay of Geo. F. Rodgers 



for binding and ruling for 
the weather service, with 
interest, 1895, 1896 

For pay of F. A. Bancroft 
ana I. L. Patterson for ex- 
penses incurred under sen- 
ate concurrent resolution 
No. 16 of session of 1895, as 
members of senate com- 
mittee on fishing industry, 
with interest 

For pay of Astoria chamber 
of commerce for rent of 
office for pilot commis- 
sioner during 1895, 1898, 
with interest 

For pay for the construction 
of a sewer for the relief of 
the state insane asylum, 
state penitentiary and 
state house, deficiency, 
with interest 

For pay for insurance and 
maintenance of pilot 
schooner, deficiency, with 
interest 

For pay for the support of 
state normal school at 
Weston, deficiency 

For pay of B. F. Bon ham as 
referee in the state of Ore- 
gon v. Baker county 

For pay of J. H. McLauchlln 
for cash paid for attorney's 
fee Incurred in arresting 
and returning fugitive W. 
H. Qrann 



Dr. 

% 45 76 

10 12 
410 72 

68 70 

96 07 

3,847 05 

189 76 

1184 

2,657 28 

187 95 



1898. I 
Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. 



378 31 



272 74 

8,145 04 

14 16 

1,876 00 

50 00 

10 00 



By sundry warrants— 

By sundry warranted 
By sundry warrants.. 



81 { By sundry warrants.. 



By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants— 
By sundry warrants.. 
81 By sundry warrants.. 



81 



81 



31 



81 



By sundry warrants.. 



81 | By sundry warrants.. 



By sundry warrants.. 

By sundry warrants— 
By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.- 



Or. 
45 75 

10 12 

410 72 
68 20 

96 07 

8,847 05 

189 75 

11 84 
2,657 23 

187 95 
378 31 

272 74 
3,145 04 

14 16 

1,875 00 
50 00 
10 00 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

GENERAL FUND -1897-1898 — CONTINUED. 



1896. 
Oci. 21 



21 



21 



For Day of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for the weather 
bureau, including biennial 
report, with Interest, 1897, 

For pay~o7VrikrLeed8"for" 

Srlnting done for state and < 
istrict fairs, with Interest, 

1897, lb98 , 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 

printing done for the state ' 
board of pharmacy, 1897. . 

1898, with interest ' 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 

"ntlni '----- 



21 



21 

21 
21 
21 
21 



Dr. 

$3,345 21 

I 
1,444 10 

51 95 



C tinting done for the leg- 
lature of 1897, with in 
terest 

For pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing done for the state 
board of horicnlture. with ; 
interest, 1897, 1898 

For pay of Geo. F. Rodgers ' 
for binding done for ' 
weather bureau, 1897, 1898, 
with interest . ! 

For pay of Geo. F. Rodgers ' 
for binding done for the 
legislature, 1897, with in- i 
terest 

For pay of Geo. F. Rodgers 
for binding done lor state 
board of horticulture and , 
for the medical board, 1897, 
1898, with interest 

For pay of T. T. Geer, J. F. 

Caples, E. L. Smith and 8. 

M. Yoran for expenses and 

, per diem as presidential 

electors, with interest , 

For pay of Attorney-General 
Idleman for amounts paid I 
for telephone and stenog- 
raphers' services, 1895,1896, 
1897, 1898, to date 

For pay of R. E. Moody foe . 
cosis advanced in cases of 
E. D. Rhattuck, I r win- Hod- 
M>n Company and A. B. 
Croasman v. H. R. Kin- , 
caid, secretary of state 

For pay of Capital Printing 
Company for printing 57 
pages of brief in State ex 
rel. Wagner v. Compson. 

For the expenses and main- 
tenance of state fish hatch- 
ery on Siuslaw river | 

For general expenses of the ■ 
state normal school at Wes- , 

For general expensesof the 
state normal school Mt Mon- 
mouth, with interest 

For heating plant, painting 
building and general re- 
pairs state normal school 
at Monmouth 

For pay of W. T. Wright for 
moneys advanced on be- 
half of the st ste for the 
Kirchase of 620 acres of 
nd in Union county. Or., 
with interest 



... 1,688 87 

13 95 , 

I 

150 99 

240 01 , 

I 

17 85 

127 16 

I 
587 15 

317 50 i 

7125 
500 00 
15,000 00 < 
19,000 00 ; 

2,500 00 
82,688 88 



1898. < Or. 

Dec. 31 \ By sundry warrants.. 8,845 21 



31 i By sundry warrants..; S 1,444 10 

', i 

31 < By sundry warrants.. 51 95 

' i 

31 ' By sundry warrants.. , 1,683 87 

i 
i 
31 ! By sundry warrants..; 13 95 

81 By sundry warrants..! 150 99 

! i 

81 I By sundry warrants. _ 240 01 

j 

i 
31 , By sundry warrants.., 17 35 

81 i By sundry warrants.. ' 127 16 

31 ' By sundry warrants.., 687 15 

31 , By sundry warrants.. 317 50 



31 By sundry warrants.. 



7125 



31 ' By sundry warrants..; 107 47 

i 
31 ; By sundry warrants.. 14,971 18 

31 | By sundry warranto.. 16,924 35 

' 31 , By sundry warranto. J 

31 i By sundry warranto.. 32,688 88 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

GENERAL FUND— 1897-1898 - CONTINUED. 



1898 
Oct. 21 » For repayment to Z.F.Moody 
for making and repairing 

I fencing upon state lands— . 
21 For additional clerical aid 

in office of siate treasurer.. , 
21 I For general expentes of state 
normal school, including 
electric lighting, with in- : 

terebt <. 

21 For salaries of supreme 
judges, circuit judge*, sal- 
aries and fees of prosecut- ' 
lng attorneys and clerks 
and bailiffs and other 

! necessary expent-es of the 
supreme court, including 
stenographic aid for the 

I supreme judges in the 
preparation of their opiu- 

1 ions, with interest 

21 ' For pay of mileage and per , 

, diem of each member 

1 elected to, of aril officers 
elected or appointed by 
the senate ana both con 

1 testing houses of the nine- 
teenth biennial session of , 
the legislative assembly. 

I and clerks to senate com- 
mittees, and other neces- 
sary expenses thereof, with 
interest on each of the 
foregoing items; and that 
the compensation of the 
officers ot each contesting 
house shall be the same as 
allowed by the seuate for 
similar services, or so much 
thereof as may be neces- 
sary 

21 For pay of mileage aud per 

! diem of member*- aud offi- 
cers and other necessary , 
expenses of the special ses- 

I sion of the legislative as- 
sembly, 1898. or so much i 
thereof as may be neces- 

i sary 

21 For gas and fuel for officers j 
and rooms, water, ex press- 

I age, telegraphing, ex- 
penses of state teachers' 
institute, for pay of labor- 

I ere, messengers and other 
incidental expeuses of ex- I 

i ecutive. administrative 
and oilier departments, 
etc , and of the supreme ' 

court, with iuterest — , 

21 For pay of officers aud other ' 
general expenses of the ' 
state insane asylum, in- 
cluding the pay for the 
services of the trustees 
thereof, as follows: For 
the governor, $600.00 per 
year, and for the secretary 
of state and state treasurer, 
each $100.00 per year, to 
be paid quarterly, with in- 
terest 



Dr. 

% 182 00 

500 00 

61, COO 00 



1898. . Cr. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. $ 182 00 

; I 

31 By sundry warrants.. 500 00 

31 ! By sundry warrants— 61,000 00 



31 By sundry warrants.. 125,225 45- 



129,000 00 



40,000 00 



28,000 00 



25,000 00 



31 By sundry warrants.. 40,000 00- 



31 I By sundry warrants..; 25, 895 63 



31 By sundry warrants.. \ 24, 748 30 



31 ; By sundry warrants.. 1 311,284 66. 



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GENERAL FUND- 1897-1888 -CoNTWUBD. 



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1898. 
Oct. 21 



21 
21 



21 
21 

21 

21 
21 

21 

21 

21 
21 

21 
21 
21 
21 



21 
21 

21 

21 
21 
21 
21 

21 

21 
21 
12 



For improvements and re* i 

ftaire of state insane asy- ' 
urn ! 

For deficiencies of 1895, 1896, j 
paid, with Interest | 

For public printing and bind- 
ing and for paper for pub- , 
lie printing, with interest—' 

For deficiency account*, 1896, 
1896, paid, with interest. i 

For transportation of con- • 
view committed to peni- 
tentiary, with interest i 

For conveying insane and 
idiotic patients to insane > 
asylum, with Interest ' 

For deficiencies of 1896, paid, 
with interest _.j 

For the arrest and return of 
fugitives from justice, with 
interest , 

For the support of the non- 
resident poor in the sev- 
eral counties I 

For salary of superintendent : 
of penitentiary, with in- | 
terest 

For salaries of wardens at I 
penitentiary, with interest-! 

For pay of teamster and 
farmer at penitentiary, j 
with interest — 

For pay of bookkeeper at 
penitentiary, with tnterest. 

For pay of shopguards at 
penitentiary, with Interest. 

For pay of guards at peniten- 
tiary, with interest 

For pay of engineer and 
plumber at penitentiary, 
with interest 

For pay of four night watch- 
men at penitentiary, with 
interest 

For pay of prison inspector, 
with interest 

For salary of visiting physi- 
cian at penitentiary, with 
interest 

For keeping prisoners and 
general expenses of the 
penitentiary, with interest. 

For rogues' gallery, with in- 
terest 

For firewood for penlten- ; 
tiary, with interest- :. , 

For electric lighting penlten- | 
tiary, with interest 

For current expenses of the I 
Oregon national guard, 

For current expenses of the 
Oregon national guard, 

For current expenses of the 
university of Oregon, 1897.. 

For current expenses of the 
university of Oregon, 1898.. 

To reimburse Lincoln county 
for overpaid taxes. j 



Dr. 

9 5,000 00 

8,288 66 

i 

60,000 00 
15,311 40 

15,000 00 ■ 

26,000 00 | 
203 47 



1698. 
Dec. 31 . 



3,500 00 



'6,000 00 I 



3,024 80 
4,903 67 



I 



1,815 25 | 
2,419 61 j 
4,356 60 j 
10,789 05 



I 
i 
1,815 25 I 

I 

5,444 28 | 
1,054 92 ! 



1,814 80 

•41, 000 00 
.850 00 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 | 

-li 80,000 00 i 



30,000 00 

80,000 00 

80,000 00 

991 25 



81 | 

31 ! 

I 

81 | 

31 



31 

31 ' 

I 

31 , 

81 

31, 
81, 

31 | 
31 
31 j 
31 I 

81 

31 



1 
By sundry warrants..) 


Or. 
% 4,87157 


By sundry warrants.. 


3,288 64 


By sundry warrants— 1 


44,472 67 


1 
By sundry warrants..' 


15,811 40 


By sundry warrants— > 


14,169 20 


By sundry warrants.. 


23,754 21 


By sundry warrants.. 


203 80 


By sundry warrants.. 


2,736 27 


By sundry warrants— 


4,136 86 


By sundry warrants.. 


8,024 80- 


By sundry warrants.. 


4,908 67 


By sundry warrants.. 


1,815 25 


By sundry warrants— 1 


2,419 61 


By sundry warrants... 


4,356 60 


By sundry warrants.. 


10,787 05 


By sundry warrants— . 


1,815 25 



By sundry warrants.. 5,444 28 

By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 



31 

81 i By sundry warrants—, 



By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 

By sundry warrants.. 22, 114 44 



1,064 92 


1,814 80 


35,883 31 


381 19 


3,254 20 


4,460 03 


29,998 59 



By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 
By sundry warrants.. 



30,000 00 
28,359 17 



I 



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■ 



50 



1896. 

Oct. 12 



15 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 
TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

GENERAL FUND — 1897-1898 - CONCLUDED. 



21 



For compensating 
members of the ore- 
eon national guard 
who enlisted for ser- I 
▼ices in war with , 
Spain, but were re- \ 
jected 1 * 

To provide for the re- 
* lmbursement of the I 
ftwwnmissioners ap- i 
potnied by the gov- 
ernor to provide for | 
dUplay of Oregon's . 
resources at trans- I 
Mississippi exposition 

For construction of a 
building for state 
agricultural college 
to replace the one 
destroyed by Are 



Dr. 



5,000 00 



15,000 00 



25,000 00 



8 1,887,947 40 



1898. 
Dec. 81 

i 


! 

1 

81 

1 


i 
i 

81 

I 


81 



By sundry warrants.. 



By sundry warrants.. 



By sundry warrants.. 



By balance — 



Or. 



125,288 60 



81,837,947 40 



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51 



TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 



INCIDENTAL FUND -1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 , To legislative approprifition 
1 * * *iel * - — --- 



Dr. 



! for gas and fuel for offices 
and rooms, water, expresn- ', 
age, telegraphing, it ate 
teachers' Institute, labor- 
ers, messengers, etc., with 
interest $25,000 00 



i Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants ' 9 24,748 90 



i 125,000 00 



I 



I 



31 I By balance 



251 70 



8 25,000 00 



OREtiON 9TATE REFORM SCHOOL — 1897-1898. 



1898. I I 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation I 

for general expenses of 

state reform school, in- 



Dr. 



eluding electric lighting, 

with interest 161,000 00 

I 861,000 00 



1898. . . Or. 

Dec. SI | By sundry warrants.. I 61,000 00 



! 



; S 61,000 00 



JUDICIAL FUND — 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 , To legislative appropriation 
for salaries of supreme 

1 jndges, circuit judges, sal- 

1 aries and fees of prosecut- 
ing attorneys, and clerks 

i and bailiffs, and other 
necessary expenses of the 

I supreme court, including 
stenographic aid for su- 

I preme judges in prepara- 
tion of their opinions, with 

I interest 



Dr. 



1898. 
> Dec. 31 , 



By sundry warranto.. 



Or. 
! $125,225 45 



I 



IS129.000 00 
$129,000 00 



81 , By balance.. 



I 



3,774 55 
1129,000 00 



INSANE AND IDIOTIC FUND - 1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 , To legislative appropriation , 
for pay of officers and other 
general expenses of state 
Insane asylum, including 
nay of trustees thereof, as 
follows: For governor. 
1600 per year; secretary of ' 
state and state treasurer, 
each f 100 per year, paid 
i quarterly, with interest 1318,000 00 , 

[1318,000 00 , 



1898. 
Dec. 31 



I Or. 
By sundry warrants.. 1 1311,284 66 



i 



81 ' By balance.. 



6,715 34 
1318,000 00 



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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

IMPROVEMENTS. ETC., INSANE AND IDIOTIC — 1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for improvements and re- 
pairs, suae insane asylum. 1 $ 5,000 00 

$5, 000 TO 



1898. Cr. 

Dec. SI By sundry warranto.. S 4,87167 



81 i By balance.. 



128 48 
$ 5,000 00 



DEFICIENCIES, 1895 AND 1896, 8TATE INSANE ASYLUM -1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation I 

for deficiencies of 1895-96, 
paid, with interest $ 8,288 66 

$ 3,288 66 j 



1898. i Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. S 3,288 64 



31 By balance. 



5 02 
$ 3,288 66 



CONVICT FUND -1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



Dr. 
To legislative appropriation 
for transportation of con- 
victs committed to peni- 
tentiary, with interest $15,000 00 

t 
$15,000 00 , 



1898 Or. 

Dec. 31 : By sundry warrants.. $ 14,169 20 



31 I By balance... 



, 830 80 

' $ 15,000 00 



INSANE FUND— 1897-1898. 



Oct. 21 ! To legislative appropriation 
I for conveying Insane and 



Dr. 



1898 Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warranto.. $ 23,754 21 



idiotic patients to insane 

asylum, with Interest $26,000 00 

$26,000 00 



31 By balance 



2,245 79 
$26,000 00 



DEFICIENCIES, 1896, INSANE FUND — 1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for deficiencies of 1896, I 
paid, with interest $ 208 47 



1898 CV. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warranto., t 203 30 



31 By balance 



$ 208 47 



203 47 



FUGITIVE FUND— 1897-1898. 



1898. i 
Oct. 21 , To legislative appropriation , 
for arrest and return of fa- ' 



gitives from justice, with 
interest 



Dr. 

_j $ 8,500 00 i 
$ 8,500 00 i, 



1898. 
Dec. 81 



31 



Cr. 
By sundry warranto.. $ 2,736 27 

By balance | 763 73 

{ $ 3,500 00 



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53 



TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

INDIGENT FUND -1897-1898. 



1898. ! ! Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for support of non-resident 
poor in several coon ties 9 6,000 00 

; S 6,000 00 



1896. 
Dec. 81 



By sundry warrants.. 
By balance 



Or. 
8 4,136 86 

1,863 14 



8 6,000 00 



PRINTING FUND — 1897-1898. 



Dr. 



1898. 
Dec. 3] 



Oct. 21 i To legislative appropriation 
for public printing and 
binding, paper for public 
printing, with interest 860,000 00 31 

! 560,000 00 



By sundry warrants.. 
By balance 



Or. 
$ 44,472 67 



15,627 83 



8 60,000 00 



DEFICIENCY ACCOUNTS, PRINTING FUND - 1897-1898. 



1898. O. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for deficiency accounts, 
1895-96, paid, with interest., 815,311 40 ; 

', 815,811 40 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. 8 15,811 40 



8 15,811 40 



LEGISLATIVE FUND - 1897-1898. 



1898. 

Oct. a 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of mileage and per 
diem of each member 
elected to, all officers ap- 
pointed or elected by the 
senate and both contesting 
houses of the nineteenth 
biennial session of the leg- 
islative assembly, and 
clerks of senate commit- 
tees, and otner necessary 
expenses, with Interest, 
and compensation for 
each contest! ng house 
shall be same as allowed 
by senate for similar serv- 
ice, etc 



Dr. 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. S 40,000 00 



840,000 00 
840,000 00 



8 40,000 00 



SPECIAL SESSION — 1898. 



1898. 


Dr. ! 


1898. 


Or. 


Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 




Dec. 31 | By sundry warrants.. 


8 25,895 63 


for pay of mileage and per 


i 


1 




diem of members and offi- 








cers and other necessary 




, 




expenses of special session 
of 1898, or so much thereof 




1 




1 as may be necessary 


$28,000 00 


81 ' By balance 


2,104 37 


i 


128,000 00 


| 


8 28,000 00 



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54 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

GOVERNOR — 1897-1898. 

1898. I Dr. 1898. Qr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 81 i By sundry warrants— I $ 3,023 OS 

for salary of govern or, with > , 

interest $ 3,023 09 | | 

I | $ 8,028 09 | \% 3,028 09 



PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR -1897-1898. 



1898. | Dr. ,i 1898. I Or. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation I Dec. 31 I By sundry warrants.. $ 3,797 70 

I for salary of private secre- j I 



i tary to governor, with in- 

! terest ' 8 8,797 70 



i $ 3,797 70 8 3,797 70 

ADDITIONAL CLERICAL AID FOR GOVERNOR -1897-1898. 



1898. I Dr. 1898. \ Or. 

Oct 21 ! To legislative appropriation i Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. S 2,028 15 

for additional clerical Aid I 
in office of governor, in- ! 
' eluding pay of stenog- ! 

rapher, with interest j I 2,028 15 . 

I $ 2,028 15 S 2,028 15 

I L j'_._ j . _ __._!_ 

SECRETARY OF STATE - 1897-1898. 

, _ _ - - . 

1898. I I Dr. 1898. , Or. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation | Dec. 81 By sundry warrants. J $ 3,024 91 

I for salary of secretary of 
, state, with interest ' $ 8,024 91 i 

I— — ' 
j I $ 3,024 91 | 

CHIEF CLERK TO SECRETARY OF 8TATE - 1897-1898. 



$ 3,024 91 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



,1 



Dr. i 1898. I Cr. 



To legislative appropriation Dec. 81 [ By sundry warrants— $ 3,655 20 

for pay of chief clerk in I I | i 

office of secretary of state, ' , 

with interest 1 $ 8,655 20 ] !__ 

1 $8,655 20 i f 3,655 20 



ADDITIONAL CLERICAL SERVICE, SECRETARY OF STATE -1897-1898. 

1898. I | Dr. i 1898. : Or. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation . Dec. 31 By sundry warrants, j $ 13, 950 00 

I for additional clerical serv- ' 

ice, secretary of state, in- | . ' 

i eluding pay of stenog- I i 

rapher, with interest.* | 113,950 00 ,, 



I I $13,950 00 .[ I I $13,950 00 

i I! ' __J 



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REPORT OF TIIK SECRETARY OP STATE. 



55 



TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

STATE TREASURER -1897-1888. 



1896. 
Oct 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for salary of state treasurer, 
with Interest - 



Dr. 

% 1,612 93 ', 
$ 1,612 93 ' 



!■ 1898. Or. 

; Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. S 1,612 98 



i $ 1,612 93 



CLERK TO STATE TREASURER -1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



Dr. 
To legislative appropriation i 
for salary of clerk to state , 
treasurer, with interest — 9 4,219 67 

; I 4,219 67 



1898. 



Or. 



I Dec. 31 I By sundry warrants.. $ 4,219 67 



i % 4,219 67 



ADVERTISING STATE WARRANTS -1897-1898. 



1898. ' 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
fo< advertising state war- 
rants, etc 



Dr. 


1898. ! 
Dec. 81 i 


% 80000 
S 300 00 


31 ' 



Or. 
By sundry warrants.. $ 91 75 

By balance , 208 25 

S 30000 



SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation 
I for salary of superinten- 
I dent of public instruction, 



with Interest. 



Dr. 

$ 8,828 90 ! 
8 3,628 90 



1898. ' Or. 

Il Dec. 81 ' By sundry warrants..! S 3,628 90 

il I ' 



I 8 3,628 SO 



CLERICAL. AID, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION - 1897-1898. 



1898. ' I 

Oct. 21 | To legislative appropriation 
for clerical aid. superin- I 



Dr. 



I,' Dec. 31 , By sundry warrants.. i S 3,586 



Or. 



tendent of public instruc- i 

UoDt including pay of 

stenographer, with inter- I 



J S £,586 59 ,; 
, 8 3,586 59 ' 



3 3,586 59 



TRAVELING EXPENSES, SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



I Dr. 1898. 

To legislative apppropiatlon r Dec. 81 

for traveling expenses, i i 

superintendent of public i 
Instruction, with interest-. $ 1,600 00 

| I 1,600 00 |i 



1 Or. 
By sundry warrants., j I 1,600 00 



t 1,600 00 



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56 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE, 



TABULAR STATEMENTS —Continued. 

UNIFORM SERIES OF SCHOOL BLANKS -1897-1898. 



1898. i Dr. '! 1898. , 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation i i 1 Dec. 81 By sundry warrants 

for uniform series of school 
books and blanks, pro- 
vided for public schools 
by the department of edu 



L.' $-. 



Or. 



cation, with interest ' 8 8,000 00 , 

i S 8,000 00 



81 i By balance i 



3.0C0 00 
8,000 00 



ATTORN EY - GENERAL - 1897-1898. 



1896. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for salary of attorney-gen- 
eral, with interest 



Dr. 

J S 6,048 60 
8 6,048 60 



i 1898. 
Dec. 81 By sundry warrants. 



Or. 
$ 6,048 50 

S 6,048 50 



8TATE LIBRARIAN — 1897-1898. 



1898. 



Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation, 
lib 



Dr. 



salary of state librarian, 

with interest 8 2,015 89 



1988. 
Dec. 31 . By sundry warrants. 



-. S 



Cr. 
2,015 89 



8 2,015 39 J 

8TATE LIBRARY— 1897-1898. 



8 2,015 89 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 

for postage and contingent 

expenses, state library, : 

with interest , 9 300 00 , 

8 80000 I 



li 1898. i 

i, Dec. 31 | By sundry warrants.. 



31 , By balance 



Or. 
212 15 



87 85 
300 00 



STATE LIBRARY— 1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for books, etc., state li- 
brary, with Interest 8 2,800 00 

$ 2,800 00 



1898 ' Or 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 2,053 41 

81 j By balance : 746 59 

I $ 2,800 00 



SUPREME COURT REPORTS -1897-1898. 



1888. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for 500 copies each of Vol. 
XXX, XXXI, and XXXII, 
Oregon supreme court re- 
ports, act approved Febru- 
ary 15, 1889, with interest.. 



Dr. ' 1898. : 

I Dec. 31 | By sundry warrants.. 



Or. 
4,037 78 



r 



i 



$6,087 78 ' 31 j By balance.. 

S 6,087 78 J I 



2,000 00 
6,037 78 



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KKPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 57 

TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

RELIEF OF F. V. DRAKE — 1897-1808. 

1898. Dr. 1898. * l Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants- $ 340 98 



Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of F. V. Drake, le- 



gal services for Oregon, 

with interest $ 840 93 



S 340 93 $ 340 1 



PILOT COMMISSIONER*- 1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 18 c 8. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 31 By sundry warrants., 
for salary of pilot commis- 
sioners, with Interest S 1,256 97 31 , By balance 



Or. 
S 1,249 58 

789 



$ 1,256 97 | 8 1,256 97 



CLERK TO PILOT COMMISSIONER — 1897-1898. 



1898 Dr ' 1898 Or 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 31 By sundry warrants..' S 1,259 99 
for salary of clerk to pilot 
commissioners, with inter- 
est i SI, 266 43 i 81 By balance 6 44 



| 9 1,266 48 | $ 1,266 48 



INSURANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF PILOT 8CHOON ER - 1897-1898. 

1898. Dr. 1898. CV 

Oet. 21 To legislative appropriation i 1 Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. $ 8,000 00 

for insurance and mainte- i I 

nance of pilot schooner, , 

i with interest 8 8,000 00 ' > 

S 3,000 00 „ ' S 3,000 00 



HEALTH OFFICERS -1897-1898. 



1888. Dr. 1898. ' Or. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. $ 4,408 90 
for salary of health offi- 
cers, with interest 5 4,44109 81 By balance 32 19 

S 4,441 09 8 4,441 09 

BOATMAN AT ASTORI A - 1897-1898. 

1898. Dr. 189.'. Or. 

Oct. 21 . To legislative appropriation Dec. 31 By sundry warrants- 8 1,054 97 

for salary of boatman at 
Astoria, with interest 8 1,054 97 

S 1,054 97 S 1,054 97 



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58 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE, 
TABULAR STATEMENTS- Continued. 

JANITOR AND ASSISTANT- 1897-1888. 



1898. | Dr. 

Qct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
i for pay of janitor, capitol ' 
j building, and assistant, | 
i with interest , 9 2,680 61 



1898. 
Dec. 31 



I 9 2,680 61 



Or. 



By sundry warrants. J 9 2,680 61 



$ 2,680 61 



NIGHTWATCHM AN - 1897-1898. 



I 



1 Dr. 



Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation 

for pay of night watch man, | 

1 capitol building, with in- ' 
I terest , I 1,827 56 i' 

| 9 1,827 56 \ 



1898. , . Or. 

Dec. 81 ' By sundry warrants.. 9 1,827 55 



9 1,827 55 



CAPITOL REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS -1897-1898. 



Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for minor repairs and im- 

J movements, capitol bulki- 
ng. Improving and keep- 
ing capitol grounds, with 
i interest, painting capitol 
i roof at a cost not to exceed 
$1,100.00, etc 



Dr. 



Dec. 81 ' By sundry warrants. 



S 4,440 00 ' 
9 4,440 00 



31 By balance 



Or. 
9 4,437 15 



285 
9 4,440 00 



WOOD FOR CAPITOL, ETC. - 1897-1898. 



1898. i Dr. 1898. ' Or. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation ! : Dec. 31 . By sundry warrants..! 9 3,173 36 

for purchase of wood for ( i 

gteam- heating system, cap- 



itol building, and pay of < 

firemeo, with interest ' 9 4,600 00 

9 4,600 00 



31 By balance j 1,426 64 

, 9 4,600 00 



ELECTRIC LIGHTING FOR CAPITOL- 1897-1898. 



Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation 
hT . ........ 



Dr. 



for electric lighting capitol , 
building, with interest I 9 9,200 00 

i 9 9,200 00 ' 



1898 Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants— 9 9,200 00 



I 



9 9,200 00 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 
TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

DEAF-MUTE SCHOOL - 1897-1898. 



59 



1898. 
Dec. 81 



"I 



1898. I Dr. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation i 
for pay of teachers and ' 
current expense* of biate i 
school for deaf-mutes, in- I 
eluding electric lighting. ; 
with interest | $26,000 00 ] Dec. 31 | By balance ' 397 59 



| cv. 
By sundry warrants., $ 24,602 4 1 



1926,000 00 



$23,000 00 



BLIND 8CHOOL- 1897-1898. 



1898. ' | Dr. 1898. ! Cr. 

Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation I > Dec 81 | By sundry warrants.. 1 8 16, 196 34 

i for pay of teachers and | " i I 

current expenses of state , i| I 

school for blind, Including | | I 

electric lighting, with in- ' | • 

terest I 116,260 00 Dec. 81 , By balance I S 54 6* 



I $16,260 00 
BUND SCHOOL — DEFICIENCIES — 1896. 



, S 16,250 00 



1898. | Dr. '< 

Oct. 21 < To legislative appropriation 
for deficiencies of blind ' 
! school, 1896, with interest..! 8 653 25 

! i $ 653 25 ' 



1898. I Or. 

Dec. 81 ! By sundry warrants..! 8 663 25 

! I 

, i $ 653 26 



8TATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE -1897-1898. 



1896. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for state board of agricul- 
! ture 



| Dr. 



i Or. 



Dec. 31 , By sundry warrants.-! 8 10,000 00 
I j $10,000 00 , | ] 

$ lo.ooo oa 



i $10.000 00 ; 



j 



EASTERN OREGON DI8TRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES -1897-1898. 



I 



I 



1898. Dr. , 1898. . Cr. 

Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation < i Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.- 1 $ 6,000 00 

for Eastern Oregon district ' I 

1 agricultural societies , $ 6,000 00 i 



$ 6,000 00 



; $ 6,000 oo 



80UTHERN OREGON DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES -1897-1898. 



1896. I I Dr. 

Oct. 21 [ To legislative appropriation i ' 

for Southern Oregon dis- , 
trict agricultural socleties—l $ 8,000 00 

, l $ 3,000 00 j 



1898. I | Cr. 

Dec. 81 | By sundry warrants..! $ 3,000 00 



$ 8.000 00 



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60 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

FISH AND GAME PROTECTOR— 1897-1888. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation ' 
for salary of fish and game 
protector, with Interest $ 5,244 89 



Or. 



Dec. 81 By sundry warrants— 8 4,73115 

81 By balance ' 518 74 

$ 5,244 89 * 6,244 89 



RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS AND CLERK — 1897-1898. 



1898. i Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for salary and expenses of I 
railroad commissioners i 
and clerk , with 1 merest % 18, 900 00 



$18,900 00 



1898. | | Cr. 

Dec. 81 I By sundry warrants..! 8 18,552 61 



31 



By balance.. 



847 39 



f 18,900 00 



OREGON DOME8TIC ANIMAL COMMISSION — 1897-1898. 



Dr. 



Oct. 21 ' To legislative appropriation I 
| for pay and expenses Ore- i 

gon domestic animal com- |i 

| mission, with interest > $ 7,000 00 I Dec. 81 I By balance. 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. $ 6,140 24 



-I 



859 76 



I 



! 8 7,000 00 



$ 7,000 00 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION— 1897-1898. 



1898. i Dr. . 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of state board of ; 
equalization, with interest- $ 4,450 00 I 



1898. ! Or. 

Dec. 81 , By sundry warrants— i $ 8,875 65 



81 , By balance., 



1 $4,450 00 | 



1 574 85 

|$ 4,450 00 



DEFICIENCIES, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION -1896. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
* rdf" ' — ---- --— 



Dr. 



for deficiencies of 1896, and > 

interest thereon $ 993 13 

t $ 998 13 



I 1898. j Or. 

Dec. 81 I By sundry warrants.. 1 $ 998 18 



998 13 



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61 



TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

REWARD8 FOR ARREST — 1897-1898. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



Dec. 31 , By sundry warrants— i 



1896. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 

for rewards for arretst. etc., ,, 

under section 2197, Hill's I 

code 9 1,200 00 i 31 By balance $ 1,200 00 



, 8 1,200 00 



9 1,200 00 



APPARATUS FOR UNIVERSITY OF OREGON - 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 ' To legislative appropriation 
* -•- — * — * — lcnc~*~~* 



Dr. 



1896. 



Cr. 



for physical and chemical 

apparatus and collecting , 

historical data for state j 



J university 1 9 2,500 00 - 

. « 2,500 00 



Dec. 31 By sundry warrants... 

31 By balance 9 2,500 00 

| 9 2,500 00 



OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME— 1897-1898. 



1896. 
Oct. 21 



Dr. 
To legislative appropriation , 
for support of soldiers' I 
home, act filed February 
21, 1893, with Interest 924,000 00 « 

924,000 00 ,' 



Dec. 31 By sundry warranto— 
81 ! By balance 



Or. 
9 18,716 33 



5,283 67 
9 24,000 00 



8TATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE -1897-1898. 



1896. 



Oct. 21 ! To legislative appropriation 
for state agricultural col- 
lege, act approved Febru- ! 
. ary 18, 1889 910, 000 00 ; 

I , 910,000 00 



Dr. ' 1898. Cr. 

Dec. 81 • By sundry warranto.. 9 10,000 00 



, 9 10,000 00 



PUBLIC BUILDING COMMISSIONERS — 1897-1898. 



1896 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of governor, 81,000 
a year; secretary of state 
and state treasurer, each 
1500 a year, etc.. with in- 
terested pay of secretary 
of said board 



Dr. 



I 1896. | O. 

I I Dec. 81 ! By sundry warranto- 8 4,419 66 



9 4,419 66 |, 
I 9 4,419 66 1 



, 9 4,419 66 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULAR 8TATEM ENT8 — Continued. 

STATE LAND AGENT - 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 I 



! 



Dr. 



To legislative appropriation 
for salary and expenses of ' 
btate land agent, with in- , 
terest . 8 2,500 00 •" 

1 9 2,500 00 \ 

l 'i 



1898. , Or. 

Dec. 31 I By sundry warrants..' 9 2,431 45 

i i 

81 i By balance i 68 56 

I j * 2,500 00 



DEFICIENCIES, 1895-1896 — STATE LAND AGENT. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



Dr. 



ro legislative appropriation 
for deficiencies of 1895, i 
1896, paid, with interest.. $ 2,605 71 



I $2,6C5 71 



1898. , Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants. J 9 2,605 71 



I S 2,605 71 



ELECTION BLANKS — AUSTRALIAN BALLOT 8YSTEM — 1898. 



1898. 



Dr. 



■ 



Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 

I for expenses for election i I 1 

| blanks, etc , 9 1,742 95 ii 

I I 9 1,742 95 

j ■ '] 



1898. i | Qr. 

Dec. 81 | By sundry warrants..j 9 1,742 95 



[ 9 1,742 95 



DEFICIENCIES, 1896 - ELECTION BLANKS -1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for deficiencies of 1896, 



Dr. 



1898 ! Or. 

Dec. 81 i By sundry warrants.-' 9 1,943 94 



paid, with interest , 9 1,948 94 



I 



l 9 1,943 94 i 



9 1,943 94 



STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE— 1897-1898. 



Dr. 



Oct. 21 . To legislative appropriation 
for state board of horticul- 
ture, with interest 1 8 9,000 00 



' 8 9,000 00 



1898. I 



Or. 



Dec. 31 , By sundry warrants— 8 4,289 50 



1 I 
31 By balance., 



4,760 50 
9 9,000 00 



GEORGE 8. DOWNING — RELIEF— 1897-1898. 



1898. ' Dr. I 1 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 

for pay of George S. Down- i 

ing, cwh advanced to dis- t 
1 charged convicts, as per 
, section 3889 of the code, t ' 

i with interest 9 408 89 

I I 8 408 89 ' 



1898. 
Dec. 31 I By sundry warrants.. 



Vr. 
8 408 89 



8 408 89 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 



A. N. GILBERT— RELIEF— 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of A. N. Gilbert.ca.sh 
, advanced to discharged 
convicts, as per section 
3889, Hill's code, with in- 
terest 



Dr. 



1898. 



I 



Or. 



88 48 
38 48, 



Dec. 31 | By sundry warrants- 5 38 48 

I 



38 48 



A. C. WOODCOCK — RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898. . Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of A. C. Woodcook, 
attorney's fees, in re E. D. 
8hattuck et al. v. H. R. . i, 

Kincald, secretary of state, . 
with interest i I 318 93 , 

Is 318 93 ,j 



1898. 
Dec. 31 



I Or. 
By sundry warrants.-, $ 818 93 



818 93 



N. B. KNIGHT-RELIEF — 1897-1898. 



1896. ' 

Oct. 21 i To legislative appropriation 

, for pay of N. B. Knight, 

attorney's fees in re E D. 

Shattuck et at. v. H. R. Kin- 

i caid, secretary of state, 

with interest 



Dr. 



* 318 93 

t 818 93 



1898. ; I Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry warrants— 8 318 98 



818 M 



J. J. MURPHY- RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation ' 
for pay of J. J. Murphy, 
for services as clerk of 
supreme court, deficiency, ' 
1894, with interest 8 320 88 

8' 820 S3 



J 1698. | Or. 

J Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 320 83 



320 83 



LEE MOREHOUSE -RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898. ' 

Oct. 21 ' To legislative appropriation i 
for pay of Lee Morehouse. 



Dr. 



clerk of supreme court at 
Pendleton, deficiency, 1894, 
with interest 8 126 64 

$ 125 64 



1898. 
Dec. 31 



Or. 
By sundry warrants... 8 125 64 



125 64 



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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULAK STATEMENTS— Continued. 

SALEM WATER COMPANY — RELIEF — 1897-1898. 



Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation 

1 for pay of Salem Water 

i Company, water furnished 

blind school lata quarter 

of 1894, with interest 3 45 75 



Dr. I 1898. ' Cr. 

1 Dec. 81 I By sundry warrants— ' S 45 75 



I- 



45 75 



A. T. WALN- RELIEF- 1897-1898. 



45 75 



Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation 
I for pay of A. T. Wain for 
I conveying insane patient 
| to asylum in 1894, with in- 
i terest 



Dr. 



10 12 



1898. , 
Dec. 81 By sundry warrants— % 



Cr. 



10 12 



10 12 



10 12 



T. W. DAVENPORT- RELIEF — 1897-1898. 



1898. | ' Dr. i 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation i 
for pay of T W. Daven- 
port, clerk hire, 1895, with ' i 
interest $ 410 72 ( 

S 410 72 | 



1898 I Cr 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 410 72 



410 72 



L. 8TILLWELL AND F. ARTHUR- RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898. I Dr. 

Oct. 21 j To legislative appropriation i 
j for pay of L. Stillwell and 



1898. I Cr. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 68 20* 



F. Arthur, conveying in 
l sane patient part of way 



to asylum.. 



. $ 68 70 ,| 31 By balance. 



68 70 



I 



50 

68 70- 



8ALEM WATER COMPANY -RELIEF — 1897-1888. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative approptiatlon 
for pay of Salem Water ' ' 

Company, making change . 
of fire services in capitol, 
with interest * 96 07 

$ 96 07 



Dr. 1898. , Cr. 

i Dec. 31 i By sundry warrants.. $ 96 07 



96 07 



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65 



TABULAR STATEMENTS —Continued. 

STATE PRINTING — 1807-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 I To 



d legislative appropriation : 
for pay of w. H. Leeds, , 



Dr. 



!■ 



printing for weather ser- 
vice, with interest, 1895, ' 
1896 S 8,847,05 

| 8 3,847 05 J 



; Or. 
Dec. 81 By sundry warrants ' 8 8,847 06 



i 8 8,847 05 



STATE PRI NTING — 1897-1898. 



1898. i I Dr. 1898. i ! CV. 

Oct. 21 ! To legislative appropriation < ! Dec. 81 j By sundry warrants..! $ 189 75 

| for pay of W. H Leeds, ' | i 

■ priming for board of ohar- i 

maoy, with interest, 1896, 

1896 I $ 189 75 



I 8 18 J 75 



8 189 75 



STATE PRINTING -1897-1898. 



1896. 
Oct. 21 



i Dr - 
To legislative appropriation I 
for pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for state normal ' 
school at Monmouth, with 
interest, 1895,1896 | $ 11 84 

S 11 84 



1898. 
Dec. 31 ; By sundry warrants.. 



I. *: 



11 84 



STATE PRINTING — 1897-1898. 



1896. ! 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of W. H. Leeds for 
printing for state and dis- 
trict fairs, with interest, 
1895,1896 




8 2,657 28 



GEORGE F. RODGERS— RELIEF — 1897-1898. 



1808. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of George F. Rodg- 
er* for binding and ruling 
for weather service, with 
interest, 1895,1896 



Dr. 



$ 187 95 
f 18795 



1898. , 
Dec. 31 By sundry warrants— 



Or. 
$ 187 96 



$ 187 95 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS -^Continued. 

F. A. BANCROFT AND I. L. PATTERSON — RELIEF -1897-1J 



1806. 
Oct. 21 


To legislative appropriation 
for expenses incurred un- 
der tenate concurrent reto- , 
lution No. 16 of session of 
1896, etc., with intere&t ' $ 

i 9 


Dr. 

378 SI ' 
378 31 


1898. 
Dec. 31 


By sundry warrants.. 


Or. 
8 378 31 

S 378 31 



A9TORIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE— RELIEF — 1897-1898. 



1898 .Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation ' 
for pay of Astoria chamber • 
, of commerce for rent of 
I office for pilot commission, 
, 1895, 1896, with interest $ 272 74 



S 272 74 



1898. Cr. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants..' $ 272 74 



» 272 74 



8TATE SEWER— DEFICIENCY -1897-1898. 



1898. 



Dr. 



Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay for construction of 
i sewer for use of state In- i 
sane a«ylum, etc, defl- 
cieucy, with Interest $ 3,146 04 

i $8,145 04 



1898. O. 

Dec. 81 | By sundry warrants.. 1 S 8, 146 04 



, * 3, 146 04 



INSURANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF PILOT 8CHOONER — DEFICIENCY -1897-1898. 



1898. ' Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay for Insurance and 
maintenance of a pilot 
schooner, deficiency, with 
interest S 14 16 

f 14 16 



Dec. 81 > By sundry warrants. 



Or. 
S 14 16 



14 16 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT WESTON -DEFICIENCY -1897-1898. 



1896. i Dr. '< 1898. i 

OeL 21 | To legislative appropriation I 1 Dec. SI By sundry warrants.. 



for pay for support of state , 
normal school at Weston, 
deficiency $ M76 00 

$ 1,875 00 , 



Or. 
8 1,875 00 



S 1,875 00 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

B. F. BONHAM- RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898. I Dr. ; 
Oci. 21 To legislative appropriation 
i for pay of B. F. Bon ham, 
referee In state of Ortgon 
v. Baker county 9 80 00 , 

i 9 5000 ; 



1898. | Or. 

Dec. 81 ' By sundry warrants.. 9 60 00 



50 00 



J. H. McLAUCHLIN- RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898 
Oct. 21 , To legislative appropriation 
for pay of J. H. McLauch- 
lin, cash paid for attorney's 
fee In arresting and return- 
ing fugitive W. H. Grann— . 




1898. 
Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. 



10 00 



Or. 
9 10 00 



10 00 



STATE PRINTING— 1897-1898. 



1898 I 
Oct. 21 To legislative ai . . 

for pay of w. H. Leeds, 

printing for weather bu- ' 

reau, including biennial 

report, with interest, 1897, 

1898 ' $ 8,845 21 

| $ 8,345 21 



Dr. ' 1898. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. 



Or. 
* 3,345 21 



9 3,345 21 



8TATE PRINTING— 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of W. H. Leeds, 



Dr. 



printing for state and dis- i 

trict fairs, with interest i 9 1,444 10 

$1,444 10 



1898. " Or. 

Dec. 31 ! By sundry warrants.. 9 1,444 10 

I . I 

, 9 1,444 10 



STATE PRINTING -1897-1898. 



1898. ! { Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation ' 
for pay of W. H. Leeds, 
printing tor state board of 
pharmacy, with interest— 9 51 95 

' | 9 51 95 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants..! 9 51 95 



51 95 



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REPORT OF THB SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

STATE PRINTING -1807-1898. 



1898. 



Oct. 21 ' To legislative appropriation 
for pay of W. H. Leeds. 



Dr. 



'I 1896. j 

i Dec. 81 By sundry warrants-, 8 1,683 87 



Or. 



printing for legislature of ; | 

| 1897, with interest | 8 1,688 87 , 



I 8 1,688 87 



'I 



, $ 1,688 87 



8TATE PRINTING -1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct 21 



Dr. f. 1898. I , Or. 

To legislative appropriation I Dec. 81 I By sundry warranto.. 8 18 96 

for pay of W. H. Leeds. ' |' , ' 

printing for siate board of 
horticulture, with Interest. 8 13 96 | ( 



18 95 



I* 



18 95 



GEORGE P. R0DGER8- RELIEF— 1897-1898. 



1898. _, , I 
Oct 81 I To legislative appropriation 
for pay of Geo. F. Rodgers, 
1 binding done for weather 
I bureau, 1897, 1898, with in- 
terest 



Dr. 



1898. | 
Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. 



'i 



S 160 99 

I 1 

i 8 150 99 ,| 



Or. 
$ 150 99 



150 99 



GEORGE F. RODGERS- RELIEF -1897-1898. 



1898. M , l 

Oct. 21 ; To legislative appropriation ■ 
1 for pay of Geo. F. Rogers, ■ 



Dr. 



i binding done for leglsla- i 

I ture of 1897, with Intere*t-_i f 240 01 ! 

! $ 240 01 



1898. 
Dec 81 



I O. 

By sundry warranto..- 8 240 01 



i 8 240 01 



GEORGE F. RODGER8- RELIEF— 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of Geo. F. Rodgers, 
binding done state board 
of horticulture and for 
medical board, with in- 
terest 




17 35 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS- 1897-1888. 



1898 
Oct. 31 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of T. T. Geer, J. F. 
Caples, E. L. Smith and 
S. H. Yoran for expenses 
and per diem as presi- 
dential electors, with in- 
terest 




1898. | Or. 

Dec. 81 i By sundry warrants..; 8 127 18 



127 16 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL — RELIEF— 1897-1898. 



1898. i 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for pay of Attorney-Gen- 
eral Idleman, amounts 
paid for telephone and j 
stenographer's service, 
1896, 1896, 1897, 1898 to date.-| $ 687 16 

$ 687 16 




By sundry warrants— 



Or. 
8 687 16 



687 15 



R. E. MOODY — RELIEF — 1897-1898. 



1898. < 
Oct. 21 ' To legislative appropriation 
for pay of R. E. Moody for 
costs advanced In cases of 
E. D. Shattnok, Irwin- Hod- 
son Company and A. B. 
Croasman v. H. R. Kin- 
* cald, secretary of state — 



Dr. 



8 317 50 

8 817 50 



1896. | 
| Dec. 31 , By sundry warranto— 



i Or. 



817 50 



817 50 



CAPITAL PRINTING COMPANY — 1897-1898. 



UK*. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of Capital Printing 
Company, printing fifty- 
seven pages of brief in 
state at rd. Wagner v. 
Compeon 



Dr. 



8 71 25 
8 71 25 



1896. : 
Dec. 81 | By sundry warranto.. 



Or. 
$ 71 25 



71 25 



8TATE FI8H HATCHERY — 1897-1898. 



1896. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for the expense and main- 
tenance of state flan hatch- 
ery on Siuslaw river 



Dr. 



$ 50000 

j 8 50000 

J 



1898. 
Dec. 81 ' 



81 



By sundry warrants.. 
By balance 



Or. 
8 107 47 



500 00 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

8TATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT WESTON— 1807-1898. 



1898. 



I 



Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
I for general expenses, state 

normal school at Weston. __ $15,000 00 



Dr. ! 1898. | Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 14,971 18 



I 



31 By balance.. 



$15,000 00 



28 82 
| $ 15,000 00 



SI ATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT MONMOUTH — 1897-1898. 



1898. i Dr. , 1898. j Or. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation , Dec. 31 I By sundry warrants..' $ 16,924 85 

! for general expenses, state i 

■ normal school at Mon- ; ' 

mouth, with interest $19,000 00 31 By balance i 2,075 65 



I 



$19,000 00 



$ 19,000 00 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT MONMOUTH -1897-1898. 



1898. i Dr. 

Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation ! , 

I for beating plant, painting i ' 

building and general re- 
I pairs, state normal school 
I at Monmouth | $ 2,500 00 

i ,$2,500 00 



1898. 
Dec. 81 ' By sundry warrants.. 



81 By balance. 



Or. 



$ 2,500 00 
$ 2,500 00 



W. T. WRIGHT -RELIEF— 1897-1898. 



Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation ' 

I for pay of W. T. Wright for | 

moneys advanced on be- ' 

I half of the state for the i 

{mrchase of 620 acres of 
and in Union county, Ore- ' 
! gon, with interest i $82,688 88 



Dr. I 1898. Cr. 

I Dec. 81 ' By sundry warrants.. $ 82,688 88 



I 



$82,688 88 I 



J 



$ 32.688 88 



Z. F. MOODY— RELIEF -1897^1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation I 
for repayment to Z. F. 
Moody for making and re- , 
Iring fencing upon state 



Dr. 



pairl 
land 



182 00 
$ 182 00 




O. 
$ 182 00 



182 00 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

ADDITIONAL CLERICAL AID FOR STATE TREASURER— 1897-1898. 

1898. Dr. 1898. Cr. 

Oci. 21 To legislative appropriation Deo. 31 By sundry warrants- 9 500 CO 

for additional clerical aid 
in office of state trersurer.. 5 500 00 

$ 50000 $50000 



PENITENTI A RY FUND - 1897-1898. 



1898. I Dr. 1898. Cr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 3,024 80 

for salary of superintend- I 
ent of penitentiary, with ; 
interest , $ 3, 024 80 

1 S 3,024 80 „ if 3,024 80 



PENITENTIARY FUND — 1897-1898. 



1896. Dr. 1898. Cr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 81 By sundry warrants..* $ 4,908 67 

for salaries or wardens of 
penitentiary, with interest.; $ 4,908 67 

, $4,903 67 , , * 4,903 67 



PENITENTIARY FUND — 1897-1898. 

1898. i Dr. 1898. ! Cr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation Dec. 81 By sundry warrants., $ 1,81515 

! for pay of teamster and 

fanner at penitentiary, , 
, with interest _ 8 1,815 25 I 

8 1,815 25 jf 1,815 £5 



PENITENTIARY FUND -1897-1898. 

= ^^^ = i • 

1898. I Dr. 1898. Or. 

Oct. 21 . To legislative appropriation Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 2,419 61 

I for pay of bookkeeper at i 

penitentiary, with interest. 8 2,419 61 

$2,419 61 ' $ 2,419 61 



PENITENTIARY FUND -1897-1898. 



1898. ■ I Dr. 1898. Or. 

Oct. 21 I TO legislative appropriation 1 Dec. 31 By sundry warranto.. ; $ 4,856 ( 

I lor pay of shopguards at , 

I penitentiary, with interest.' $ 4,856 60 , ' 

| ! $4,856 60 $ 4.856 ( 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

PENITENTIARY FUND — 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



To legislative appropriation 
for pay of guards at peni- 
tentiary, with interest 



Dr. 

$10,789 06 
$10,789 05 \ 



! 1898. , Or. 

Dec. 81 , By sundry warrants.. 1 $ 10,787 0% 



81 ' By balance. 



I 5200 

, $ 10,789 05 



PENITENTIARY FUND — 1897-1898. 



1898 
Oct. 21 ! To legislative appropriation 
for pay of e ~ * 
plumber at 
with interest 



, for pay of engineer and 
plumber at penitentiary, 



Dr. 



i 1 Dec. 81 I By sundry warrants..^ 



$1,816 25 



$ 1,815 25 



Or. 
$ 1,815 25 



$ 1,815 25 



PENITENTIARY FUND— 1897-1898. 



1898. i 
Oct. 21 , To legislative appropriation 
for pay of four night watch- 
men at penitentiary, with 
Interest 



Dr. 



I| 

$ 5,444 28 || 
$ 5,444 28 | 



1898. 
Dec. 81 



By randry warrants.. 



Or. 
$ 5,444 28 



$ 6,444 28 



PENITENTIARY FUND - 1897-1898. 



Oct. 21 I To legislative appropriation ' 
for pay of prison inspector, 
Ithintc * 



Dr. 



with Interest ( $ 1,054 92 | 

l $ 1,054 92 , 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 81 By sundry wrrrants.. $ 1.054 I 



I $ 1,054 92 



PENITENTIARY FUND— 1897-1898. 



1898. 1 
Oct. 21 , To legislative appropriation 
i for salary of visiting phy- 
sician at penitentiary, with 
interest !T J. 



Dr. 1898. 

Dec.81 



$ 1,814 80 j! 
$ 1,814 80 I 



By sundry warrants.. 



Or. 
$ 1,814 80 



I $ 1,814 80 



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73 



TABULAR STATEMENTS— Continued. 

PENITENTI ARY FUND - 1897-1898. 



i 



1898. Dr. | 

Oci. 21 To legislative appropriation i 

for keeping prisoners and | 

» general expenses of peni- 

i lentiary, with interest- : 141,000 00 i 

141,000 00 



1898 
Dec. 81 



Or. 
By sundry warrants— $ 35,888 31 



81 I By balance.. 



5, 116 69 
8 41,000 00 



PENITENTIARY FUND— 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 31 To legislative appropriatl 
v for rogues' gallery, with 



interest . 



ion 
- $ 
$ 



Dr. 

350 00 
350 00 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants— $ 381 19 



31 By balance 



18 80 
350 00 



PENITENTIARY FUND -1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 



Dr. 



To legislative appropriation 
for firewood for peniten- ' I 

liary,with interest I f 4,500 00 I 



1898. 
! Dec. 31 

31 



$4,500 00 



T 



CV. 
$ 3,264 20 



By sundry warrants. 

By balance j 1, 245 80 

$ 4,500 00 



PENITENTIARY FUND — 1897-1898. 



1898. 
Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for electric lighting peni- 
tentiary, with interest 



Dr. 

8 4,500 00 
8 4,500 00 



1898. Or. 

Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $ 4,460 08 



31 ' By balance.. 



89 97 
S 4,500 00 



OMAHA EXPOSITION. 



189K , 
Ort. 15 , To legislative appropriation ! 
to provide for the reim- ! 
bursement of commission- i 
ers appointed to provide 
for display of Oregon's re- i 
souroesat trans-Mississippi 
i exposition 



Dr. 



\\ 1398. 

i| Dec. 81 j By sundry warrants.. 



Or. 



815,000 00 || 81 By balance $ 15,000 00 

$15,000 00 ' $ 15,000 00 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

RELIEF OF LINCOLN COUNTY. 



1896. Dr. 1898. . O. 



Oct. 12 To legislative appropriation Dec. 81 By sundry warrants. 

* * i for overps 1 " 



to reimburse for overpaid 

taxes S 99126 81 By balance S 99125 

S 991 26 ^ ■* 991 2f> 



RELIEF OF VOLUNTEERS. 



I 



1898. Dr. 1898. ' Or. 

Oct. 12 To legislative appropriation : Dec. 31 By sundry warrants— ■ 

i for compensating members 

of Oregon national guard , I 

who enlisted for services , ' 

in war with Spain but ' 

wererejected ( S 5,000 00 j 31 By balance , $ 5,000 oo 

$5,000 00 . , $ 5,000 00 

MILITIA. 

1897. Dr. I 1897. Or. . 

Jan. 1 To current expenses of the Dec. 31 By sundry warrants.. $29,998 59 

Oregon national guard for 
1897 $80,000 00 



880,000 00 



81 By balance.. l 41 

' $ 30,000 00 



MILITIA 

1898. Dr. 1898. Or. 

Jan. 1 To current expenses of the Dec. 31 , By sundry warrants.. $ 22,114 44 

Oregon national guard for I 

1898 $80,000 00 31 By balance 7,885 56 

$80,000 00 $ 80,000 00 



UNIVERSITY. 

1897. I Dr. 1897. | Or. 

Jan. 1 To current expenses of state Dec. 31 By sundry warrants... $ 30, 000 Oo 

university i $80,000 00 , ' 

| $30,000 00 $ 30,000 00 



UNIVERSITY. 

1898. 1 Dr. 'M898. Cr. 

Jan. 1 I To current expenses of state : i Dec. 31 ; By sundry warrants. J $ 28,359 17 
I university $80,000 00 i 31 ' By balance i 1,640 8S 



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TABULAR STATEMENTS — Continued. 

BUILDING FOR STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 



1888. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation 
for construction of a build- 
ing to replace the one de- < 
I stroyed b j fire $25, 000 00 i 

l! 

' $25,000 00 ; . 



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81 By balance ' $ 25,000 Ofr 



$ 25,000 00* 



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1898. 
Oct. 21 



21 



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for salary of clerk of school 
land commissioners 



Dr. 

8 8,000 00 
$ 8,000 00 



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Or. 
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21 



For maps, attorney's fees and ' 
other expenses incidental 
to the management and 
sale of common school ' 
land and state land $ 6,000 00 

! $ 6,000 00 



For attorneys' fees and other ' 
expenses for collecting i 
money due the state from ' r 

escheated estates, foreclos- , ,i 

ore proceedings, etc. i 915,000 00 | 



i $15,000 00 I 



21 To legislative appropriation 
1 for clerical service In treaa- ' 
I urer*s office in keeping ao- i 
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and mortgages ; $ 3,000 00 



i , $ 3,000 0O 

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31 [ By balance 



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8 14,460 V6 

539 04 
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TABULAR STATEMENTS— Concluded. 

FROM THE TRUST FUNDS— PRINCIPAL. 
UNIVERSITY FUND -1897-1898. 



1898. J Dr. ' 1898. ' O. 

Oft. 21 | To legislative appropriation ' , Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. 

for return of money paid i I 

on land purchased as uni- j, 

, versity land, to which the , I 

state cannot give title \ $ 400 00 81 I By balance { $ 4,000 00 



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i for the return of money to 

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college l*«nds, to which the i i 

] state cannot give title $ 1,000 00 j 

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Cr. 



31 ; By balance.. 



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\ title $ 4,000 00 ji 

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1898. < Or. 

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81 By balance.. 



I 1,089 19 
I $ 4,000 00 



SWAMP LAND FUND — 1897-1898. 



1898. Dr. 

Oct. 21 To legislative appropriation i 
for repayment of moneys 
on swamp land to which ' 
the state cannot give title, i 
; under acts of 1887, 1889, 1891. $88, 000 00 

, 888,000 00 



1896 
Dec. 81 By sundry warrants.. 



81 | By balance.. 



Or. 



9 83,000 00 
9 88,000 00 



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• paid into the tide land | 
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• the state cannot give title.. 8 2,000 00 



1898. ! Cr. 

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81 ' By balance.. 



1,584 00 

8 2,000 00 



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MISCELLANEOUS 

INFORMATION AND STATISTICS 

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OBEGON STATE GOVERNMENT 

Including a litt of the offioen holding office in the several counties of the state of Oregon; 
tabulated abstract* of the votes oast in the several counties at the general election on June 6, 
1896, for state, congressional and district officers; tabular exhibits, showing the different kinds 
and classes of property as equalised by the state board of equalization during the two sessions 
immediately preceding the compilation of this report, being the exhibits as certified to by the 
secretary of state under the seal of the state and transmitted to the several county clerks in 
the months of January, 1897, and January, 1896; miscellaneous statistics relative to the finan- 
cial condition of the state compiled and tabulated from the assessment rolls; a detailed list of 
all the notaries public appointed between January 1, 1897, and December 81. 1898, showing 
date of appointment by the governor, date of receiving commission from and qualifying in 
the department of state (or their failure to qualify) and their postoffice address- a list of the 
alssloners of deeds for Oregon residing in other states; a list of the miscellaneous com- 



missions issued from January 1, 1897, to December 81, 1898; an alphabetical list of all articles 
of Incorporation filed during the biennial term; a list of the trade-marks registered during 
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REPORT OF THE 8KCBKTABY OF 8TATK, 



ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Albany, Lebanon, Sodaville and Water- 
loo Railroad Company 



Albina Sweedish M.E. Church 

America Mining Company 

Antelope Lodge, No. 116, A. F. and A. M.- 
Aurora Mining Company 

American Steel Company . 

Astoria Wharf and Warehouse Com- 



pany 

America, Universal Brotherhood of, 
Lodge No. 124 



Astoria and Suburban Railway Coin- 

Albina Lumber Company 

ABC Mining Company 

Atlantic Investment and Trust Com- 

Alaska-Sumdum Queen Gold Mining 
Company. 



Aribtos Club „ 



Alaska-Pacific Mining Company 

Aztec Mining and Development Com- 

Apfrno'ifinlnglinTWlli^ 

Alaska Exploration and Mining Com- 
pany 

American Ban kerb* Promotion Com- 
pany 



Alaska Steam Navigation Company.. 
Ashland Lumber Company 



Acme Mining Company 

Alaska Supply Company of Oregon 

Astoria and Alaska Transportation and 
Trading Company 



Alaska Mining and Transportation 
Company 



Albee, H.C., Company.. 



Datoo/JUing. 



Jan. 8,1897 



Jan. 80,1897 

Feb. 20,1897 
May 10,1897 



Feb. 
Mar. 



20,1897 
1,1897 



Mar. 28,1897 



Mar.' 31,1897 



April 7,1897 

April 18,1897 
April 21,1897 

May 11,1897 



June 21,1897 
July 1,18*7 



July 12,1897 



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8ept. 



28,1897 
24,1897 



26,1897 

29,1897 

2,1897 
7,1897 

21,1897 
1,1897 



Ftr what purpote. 



To operate railroad and telegraph 
line, etc 

Religious purposes 

To conduct a general mining business 
To control and manage the money, 

property, etc., of such lodge 

General mining purposes. 



For manufacturing purposes 

Supplementary 



To promote the study of theosophy. 
philosophy, etc. 



To operate railroads, street railways, 

Manufacturing and dealing in lumber 
General mining purposes 

To engage in a real estate and brok- 
erage business 

To own and operate mines, etc. 

To maintain a social club 



To operate mines, etc.- 
To engage in mining— 



To engage in mining.. 



To engage in mining 

For the furtherance and promotion 

of bank insurance — 

To own and operate steamships, etc.— 

To engage in a general lumbering 

business . 



To own and operate mine 

To conduct a general mercantile and 
hotel business 

Sept. 7,1897 I To engage in a transportation and 
mercautlle business ,. . 



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Sept. 
Sept. 



10,1897 
16,1897 



To trar sport goods, deal In merchan- 
dise, etc 



To carry on a general machinery bosl- 



Alaska-Klondike Mining and Explora- 
tion Company I Sept. 



28, 1897 { To engage in a general mining bosl- 



Alaska and Oregon Mining and De- . 

velopment Company Oct. 

Alaska Gold Mining and Navigation I 

Company i Oct. 



2,1897 
6,1897 



To own and operate mines.. 
To own and operate mines... 



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INCORPORATION 



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Florence. 



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1,000,000 
20.000 



Ineorporator$. 



M. W. Wilkins, W. W. Parrisb, J. P. Cheshire, T. J. 
Cheshire, J. H. Turpin, 3. W. Gould, J. S. Hughes. 

L. 8 wen son, F. O. Johnson, J. Larson, Andrew Ander- 
son, Ellas Olsen. 

Frank C. Savage, Fred A. Daly. Harry L. Keat. 

J. N. Burgess, W. Bolton, £. C. Height 

B. O. Whitehouse, F. C. Savage, W. H. Mead. 

F. M. Batcbelor, J. B. Pilkington, jr., W. H. Merrick. 

F. P. Kendall, William Timson, G. C. Fulton, If. M. 
Walker. 



Mrs. Mary Wilson, Rose M. Glasou, Mary A. Whitney. 



J. W. Conn. F. W. Newell, W. A. Sherman. 

L. J. O. Solden. John Kane, G. W. Bates. 

John Addison, Edward N.Camp, A. M.Crawford. 



C. Janes, W. A. Wills, M. E. Houck. 

E. R. 8wlnburoe, E. J. Sloeum, G. F. Mathews. 

Hugo B. Goldsmith, M. S. Hlrseh, A. Fenchtwanger, L. M. 

Spiegl, Daniel Rosenblum, Eugene F. Samuel, Julius 

LouissoQ. 
Elmer H. Cassel, John F. Maloney, Frank C. Hammond. 

R. W. MoLeod, A. McKeroher, R. C. Wright. 
Adolph A. Dekum, M. C. Wright, George P. Dekum, R. J. 
Hendrie. 

Julius C. Lang, M. Barber, W. B. Roberts. 



John Wheeler, C. W. Faull, James A. Panting. 
M. Siohel, A. T. Hoggins, Samuel Herrman. 

T. E. Hills, G. M. Eaton. D. A. McDonald, Charles Hoeum. 
I. Kaufman, V. A. Schilling, P. J. Collins. 

William Killings worth, J. P. Menefee, William Dent. 



R. J. Owens, James Finlayson, A. E. Plnttela, Joseph L. 
Kippo. 



S. Farrell, George Woodward, George W. Holcomb, jr. 
H. C. Albee. H. R. Albee, Sanford Smith. 

W.8. Mason, Richard Clinton, J. E. Hunt. Robert Glenn,. 
George W. McCoy. 

R. B. Knapp, J. B. Warner, Joseph 8imon. 

George H. Colter, J. F. W. Saubert, C. H. Holden* 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ARTICLES OF 

Piled In the office of the secretary of state 



Ancient Order of United Workmen 

Cemetery Association 

Alpine Gold Mining Company 

Arctic Hot Blast Mining Company 

Alaska-Oregon Mining and Develop- 
ment Company 

Alexander Clothing Company 

Alaska Thawing and Heating Company 

Alien and Lewis 

Alaska Gold Dredging Company 

Alaska Gold Quartz and Placer Mining 

Company 

American Mailing Bureau 

Arctic Trading and Mining Company.. 
Atlas Mining, Milling and Transporta- 
tion Company 

Alaska Mutual Aid and Protective As- 
sociation 



Alaska Mutual Aid and Protective As- 
sociation 



Alaska Water Company.. 
Albany woolen Mills.— - 



American Wood Working Machine 
Company. 



Andrews, F. V. and Company 

Athena Mercantile Company 

Astorla-Dyea Trading Company 

Albany Tent No. 5, Maccabees of the 
World 



American Personal Abstract Company 
of the United States of America 

Abell-Herrin Company 

Astoria, Tillamook and Nehalem Val- 
ley Railroad Company 

Arcadia Club 



Albany Contract Company 

Applegate Mining, Milling and Irrigat- 
ing Company 

Alaska Fishermen's Packing Company. 



DaU of filing. 



Oct. 
Oct. 



13,1897 
16,1897 



Oct. 18,1897 



Nov. 
Nov. 


5,1897 
9,1897 


Nov. 


9,1997 


Nov. 


15,1897 


Dec. 


1,1897 


Dec. 
Dec. 


21,1897 
22,1897 


Jan. 


6,1898 


Jan. 


6,1896 



Jan. 19,1898 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 



4,1898 
7,1898 
10,1896 

28,1896 
28,1898 

11,1898 

28,1896 



May 18,1898 



Alaska Fishermen's Packing Company. 

Beebe, Chas. F. Company 

Barrett, C. A. and Company 

Burnt River Gold Mining and Milling 
Company 

Bear Creek Mining Company 

Bloch Historical and Biographical 
Chart Company 



I 



July 
Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Feb. 



26,1898 
22,1898 

25,1898 
28,1898 
19,1898 
29,1896 
8,1898 

8,1898 

2,1897 

2,1897 

16,1897 
20,1897 



For nkot purpot*. 



To maintain a cemetery 

To engage in a general mining busi- 
ness : 

To use hot air, steam, etc., for mining 
purposes 

To engage in minlnj 



[ng 

To do a general merchandise business. 

To deal in thawing and heating ma- 
chines and stove* and operate mines. 

To conduct a wholesale grocery busi- 
ness 

To operate mines, etc. 

To operate mines, etc. 



To transact a general agency and 

mailing business, etc 

To deal in and operate mines 

To locate a tollroad, develop mineral 
lands, etc 

To protect persons from fraud, to dif- 
fuse information, develop mines, etc 

Supplementary. 

To operate water works and mines 

For manufacturing purposes 

For manufacturing purposes 

To engage in the business of seal es- 
tate, mining, etc 

To carry on a general merchandise 
store 

To engage in a general merchandise 
business 

To own and sell real estate, and to 
carry on the general affairs of said 
society . . 

To conduct a.general abstract busi- 
ness —_—____ .__. ______ , , . , . 

To engage In the business of photog- 
raphy 

To construct a railroad and telegraph 
line, etc , 

To establish and maintain a social 
club 

To do a general contracting business. 

For irrigating, mining and milling 
purposes 

To pack salmon, engage in merchan- 
dising, etc 



To engage In packing salmon 

To conduct a general shipping and 

merchandising bastness- 

To deal in hardware and implements. 



For general mining purposes. 
For general mining purposes. 



2,1897 To deal in charts and maps for 
j schools, etc l 



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77 



INCORPORATION 

from January 1* 1807, to January 1, 1899— Continued. 




Harrisburji 

Baker City — 

Portland 

Baker City... 
Baker City... 

Portland 



Portland . 
Portland. 



Portland . 



Portland — 
Portland.. 



Portland 

Portland 



Portland . 
Albany — 



Junction City, N. J.- 
Portland 

Athena 

Astoria 



Albany. 



Portland. 
Portland . 

Portland . 
Portland. 



Albany . 



Williams . 
Astoria — 
Astoria 



Portland. 
Athena — 



Baker City - 
Seattle 



1,000,000 



20,000 

1,000,000 
7,000 



26,000 

400,000 
60,000 

1,000,000 

100,000 
10,000 



1,800,000 

1,000 

50,000 
50,000 

1,000 
50,000 
10,000 

5,000 



8,200 
2,000 

1,800,000 

None 
60,000 

20,030 
70,000 
70,000 



16,000 
6,000 

1,000,000 
7,200 



E. E. Upmeyer, O. P. Hyde. 

J. 8. Beandry, J. W. McCoy, H. W. 8hurtleff, W. L. Young, 
D. W. If athias. 

H.F.Elbon, P.W. Smith, N.B.Harvey. 

L.W. Nelson, L. Bryan, L. O.Nelson. 
E. W. Hall, M. Alexander, Robert Wallbrum. John L. 
Rand. 

Harry K.Greenleaf, Charles E. Potter, John C.HoUliter. 

John C. Lewis, L. A. Lewis, F. A. Spencer. 
Joseph W. Hill, W. A. Qrondahl, William T. Muir. 

George Clark, Charles L. Hedges, Lewis Logerstedt. 

D. H. Turner, W. Q. Bobbins. D. M . Woodbury. 

Charles C. Nelson, Robert!. Wallace, John W. Newklrk. 



George M.Champlin, C. W. Miller, BenJ. M. Lombard. 

A. T. Brodbeek, Geoege L. Story, T. O. Hutchinson. 

W. H. H. Morgan, F. L. Zimmerman, J. V. Beach. 
P.A.Goodwin, Patrick F.McGee, Stephen L. Riley. 

Charles N. King, Nelson R. Vanderhoof, A. C. Kellogg. 

F.V. Andrews. F. H. V. Andrews, W.H.B. Scott. 

William Musgrove, Fred C. Marquam, Matt Musgrove. 

Benjamin S. Olsen, F. A. Fisher, A. C. Fisher. 



100 J. 8. Van Winkle, J. F. Troutman, N. M. Newport. 



Portland. 



O. C. Miller, W. H. Dodd, C. 0. Pick. 

Frank G.Abell, D.CHerrin, Margaret E. Herrin. 

Jeremiah A. Buckley, W.M.Gregory. Ralph R.Duniway. 

C. W. Lapsley, W. M. Lewis, C. E. Rhodes. 
J. W. Cuslck. J. K. Weatherford, I. F. Conn. 

Simon Messing, Hiram H. Spoarlin, W. F. Wright. 

T.Siverson. Chris. Christensen, Ole B. Olsen, JohnWood- 

strom, A. L. Clark, J, L. Carlsen. 
Theodore Sirerson, Chris. Christensen, Ole B. Olsen, 
' John Nordstrom, A. L. Clark, J. L. Carlsen. 

Charles F. Beebe, Wm.D. 8mitb, 8. B. Unthieum. 
C. A. Barrett, H. A. Barrett, W. D. Parker. 

James A. Panting. Mervin Swartz, Joseph Waddell. 
W.L.Gazzam, E.M.Carr, C.F.Yeaton, M.Dishon, Harold 
Preston. 



80,000 Jacob Bloch, jr., Henry Ackerman, D. Soils Cohen. 



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REPORT OF THK SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ARTICLES OP 

Piled in the office of the secretary of state 



s 

Date of filing. 



British Colombia Contract Gold Mining I 
Company i Feb. 6,1897 For mining purposes.. 



Baker Improvement Company 

Blain Clothing Company 

Benson Drag Company 

Bandon Light and Water Company 

Baker City Telephone Company 

Batty, George S.and Company 

Big FOur Mining Company 

Baker City Mutual Irrigation Company. 
Baby Alice Mining and Development 

Company 

Blue- Mountain Ice and Fuel Company. 
Barnes Market Company 

Bolin Creek Mining Company 



Black Hawk oold Mining and Explora- 
tion Company 



Bandon Block Gold Mining Company.. 
Big Creek Mining Company 

Blue Mountain Milling and Mining 
Company 



Mar. 


19,1897 


April 


6,1897 


April 


9,1897 


April 


9,1897 


April 12,1897 


April 


29,1897 


April 


80,1897 


May 


1,1897 


May 

June 
July 


8,1897 
10,1897 
28,1897 



To operate electric light and power 

To conduct a general clothing and 
furnishing goods store 

To carry on a general retail drug bus- 
iness 

To furnish light and water for the 
town of Bandon 



To construct and operate telephone 
I lines 

J To conduct a real estate and broker- 
age basic ess 

| For general mining purposes 

J For general irrigating purposes 

I To carry on a mining business 

• Bupplementary. 

I For mercantile and manufacturing 



purposes.. 



July 24, 1897 . To engage in mining. 



July 29,1897 



Aug. 
Sept. 



14,1897 
14,1897 



For general mining purposes.. 

Supplementary. 

For mining purposes 



Oct. 1,1897 For mining purposes.. 



Board of Hospital Trustees of the Dio- 
cese of Oregon , Oct. 

Batfdeley- Hart man Company I Dec. 

Butte Creek Sheep and Land Company-! 
Buos Tamcbn Tahmud Torah | 

Buxton Cemetery Association i 



21,1897 
27,1897 

i Feb. 28,1898 
April 26,1898 

I April 28,1898 



Supplementary. 

To engage in farming and stock raising 

To engage in stock raising 

To maintain schools, etc : - 

To maintain a cemetery 



Bright Carbonate Mining Company I May 21,1898 To operate mines, etc 



Bank of Lakeview I May 

Brown and Heath Company • May 

Bridgeport and Helena Railroad Com- I 
pany June 



Booth-Kelly Lumber Company 

Buehner and Blsgen Manufacturing 

Buszinl Mining Company I~ .III 

Bank of Huntington 

Benson Lode Mining Company 

Buehner and Blagen Manufacturing 



Bridge Point Ditch Company.. 
Beaver Coal Company, 



Bellonia Consolidated Mining Corn- 
Central" TrasVand~In\esTmen7~Com- 

Columbus Msccabean Building and 
Cemetery Association 



June 

July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



28,1898 
81,1898 

7,1898 

17,1898 

26,1898 
15, 1898 
18, 1898 
24,1898 

4,1898 
10,1898 
10,1898 

7,1898 

2,1897 

22,1897 



To do a general banking business 

To carry on a retail diug store, etc — 

To construct, own and operate a rail- 
road . 



To do a general lumbering business.. 

To manufacture iron and steel, etc — 

To engage in mining 

To do a general banking business 

For mining purposes 



Notice of dissolution. 

For mining and irrigating purposes — 

To operate railroads, mines, mills, etc. . 

For mining purposes 



i To deal in real estate, loan money, etc . 

; To deal in real estate, erect buildings, 
■ purchase ground for cemetery pur- 
I poses, etc 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1807, to January 1. 1899— Continued. 



Plata o/ buabuM. Capital ttotk. > 



/(•corporator*. 



Portland . 



Baker City 

Albany 

Cottage Grove— . 

Bandon 

Baker City 

Portland 

Grants Pan 

Baker City 

Portland 



: 91,000,000 | R. Livingstone, J. W. Curtis, T. J. Armstrong, L. H 

! Knapp, J. F. Dickson, J. F. Bell, William Macmaster, 

H. Binnian, J. W. Crultrus, A. H. Birrell, W. A. 



Portland 

Portland 



Baker City 

Portland 

Heppner 



—I 



1,000 
12,000 
8,000 
5,000 
8,000 



1,000 
5,000 



Hal tern an, Ernest A. D. Cawston. 

C. W. NIbley, Grant Geddes, Joseph Barton. 

William L. Vance, P. A. Goodwin, E. W. Langdoh.* 

J. A. Benson, J. 8. Benson, Jane Benson. 

Elbert Dyer, A. H. Buckingham, Fanny £. Dyer. 

C. A. Johns, J. I. Donnelly, F. L. Moore, S. L. Barr, W. F. 
Butcher. 

George S. Batty, S. C. Spencer, C. A. Croft, 
Jefferson Ownbey, J. M. John, John M. Keith, T. P. 
Judson. 



2, 100 ! W. J. Hughes, J. H. Jett, F. M. Saxton 
500, 000 J. McBrien, C. F. Sliter, John Montag. 



10, 000 F. C. Barnes, William Barnes, M. C. Mace. 
500,000 A. New lands, Minnie Mlchener, Max M.Shillock, Joe. 
McEee, Hosmer K. Arnold. 

100, 000 C. M. Kellogg, P. Ba<cbe, C. M. Foster, E. 8. McComas, H. 
W. Dwight, D. B. Reese. 

100,000 George A. Steel. William A. Cleland, Joseph Waddell, 
Walter Moore. 

i 
600,000 ] George Conser, Thomas A. Laforge, E. R. Bishop, D. A. 

1 Curray. 



Near Weston, on farm ! 

of G. A. Hartman ' 10, 000 I 

Fossil 15,000 

Portland 50 | 

Buxton ', 

Pendleton 60,000 

Lakevie w • 150, 000 ! 

Baker City 10,000 , 

Ontario 5,000,000 I W. Thomas Hart, C. M. Foster, William Miller. 

Saginaw 60,000 j R.S.Bootb.J.H. Booth, George H.Kelly.John F.Kelly 

Portland 250,000 

La Grande ' 500,000 

Huntington , 26,000 

Portland 54,000 



J. A. Baddeley . G. A. Hartman, G. A. S. McGrew. 
A. G. Ogllvie, 8. Freeland Ogilvie, W. W. Steiwer. 
Sophia Rosenstein, Essy Green berg, Molla Dellor, Hanna 

Bardichetsky, Anna Robinson, Rachel Llpavsky. 
C. J. Mendenhall, Arthur Knox, Clark Whicber, W. Folke, 

S. Paisley, W. M. Stephens, N. R. West, J. T. Lucas, R. 

Bullock, F. Nunchbauer. 
John Seibert, Frank Duprat, George Dureau, Henry 

Kopltt. 
Bernard Daly, W. T. Heryford. F. M. Miller. 
M. E. Heath, W. C. Brown, jr., J. H. Rupert. 



Philip Buebner, N. J. Blagen, 8. B. Linthicum. 
Paul Bozzini, J. E. Foley, William B. Sargent 
John H. Aitkin, A. W. Sutherland, W. M. McClure. 
William Allston, R. H. Martin, 8. K. Holllster, J. C. Byrne?. 



Grants I 
Marshfleld . 



Portland 

Portland 



10,000, W.G.Olkakers, Kelly Fields, J. A. Lewman. ' 
1,000,000 T.K.Sheridan, R.A.Graham, William Wad hams. 



500,000 



George Wood, Frank Lane, Lea Myers. 



100, 000 Van B. DeLashmutt, Henry Jones, Richard William?. 



Mayger. 



1, 500 George G. Mayger, S. R. Norgren, Henry Henderson. 



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HKPORT OF THE 8KCRETARY OF STATS. 



ARTICLES OF 

Filed tn the office of the secretary of state 



Dot* o/JUing. 



Cottel and Jancke Company 

Coolldge, Ai Company 

Church, Redeemed Israel 

Capital Soap Works 

Columbian Pharmacal Company 

Columbia Southern Railway Company.. 

Coast Range Mining Company 

Calvary Baptist Church 

Columbian Pharmacal Company 

Christian Church of Milton, Oregon 

Congregation Noyah Zedect 

Cohn and Company 

Chicago Store Company 

Copper Creek Mining Company 

Coos Bay Packing Company 

Cash Grocery Company 

Canyon City Telephone Company 

Canyon Creek Mining Company 

Carter Land Company 

Columbia Construction Company 

Costa Rica Coffee Land Company 

Commercial Company _ 

Columbian Pharmacal Company 

Christian Church of Scotts Mills 

Columbian Gold Mining Company 

Columbia and Willamette Rivers Op- 
position Stevedore Company 

Corporation of the Sisters of Mercy 

City Lumber Company 

Colombia Real Estate Company 

Congregational City Missionary Society. 

Central Lumber Company 

Columbia Commercial Company 

Camas Transportation Company 

Causey and Pierce Real Estate Com- 
pany — — — 

Corvallis and Eastern Railroad Com- 
pany 

Cleveland Cemetery Association 



Jan. 

Feb. 



26,1897 
10,1897 



Feb. 12,1897 



Feb. 
Feb. 



18,1897 
18,1897 



Supplementary. 

To deal lntreal estate, conduct farms, 

warehouses, etc 

For religious purposes 



Mar. 5,1897 



To manufacture soap 

To manufacture and deal in drags, 
medicines, etc. 



Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
April 
April 

May 
May 

j June 

| June 

June 
June 

July 

July 

July 
July 

July 
July 
July 

Aug. 
Aug. 



19,1897 
19,1897 
28,1897 
28,1897 
8,1897 
27,1897 

6,1897 
17,1897 

1,1897 

9,1897 

14,1897 
24,1897 

2,1897 

8,1897 

18,1897 1 
28,1897 



> To operate railroads, warehouses, ms 
chine shops, etc 

For mining purposes . 



For religious purposes 

Supplementary. 

For religious purposes 

For mutual aid or members 

To carry on a general merchandise 

business 

To engage in general merchandising. 
For mining purposes 

To engage in a general canning and 
packing business 

To conduct a general merchandise 
business 

Supplementary. 

For mining purposes.., _ 

To engage in a real estate and mining 
business. 



To engage in a general contract and 
construction business 

To own real estate, produce coffee, etc. . 

To carry on a real estate and i 
tile business... 

Supplementary. 



24,1897 ! 

81,1897 . _--_-. . 

81,1897 ! For general mining purposes. 



For religious purposes 



9,1897 
18,1897 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 
| Nov. 
I Dec. 



! 

28,1897 | 
2,1897 

4,1897 

21,1897 

29,1897 

11,1897 



To conduct the stevedore business — 
For religious and educational pur- 
poses 

To operate sawmills .. 

To engage in a general real estate 
business — — 

For religions and charitable purposes. 

To do a general real estate and kcok- 
business 



erage L 

To do a brokerage, commission and 
commercial business.. 



To do a general transportation busl- 



Dec. 14,1897 To deal in real estate, etc. 

Dec 15,1897 I To operate railroad and telegraph 

! lines 

Jan. 4,1898 I To maintain a cemetery , 



i 



Cleaver Brothers Dry Goods Company.. Jan. 11,1898 | To conduct a general merchandise 

I business 

Coqullle River and Alaska Mining , i 

Company i Jan. 19, 1898 | To do a general trading business . 



Chicago Mining Company 



Jan. 24,1898 ' For mining purposes.. 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1807, to January 1, 1899— Continued. 



I Capital Hock. , 



Incorporator*, 



SUverton ! S 

Coqullle City 

Salem , 



Portland 

The Dallea. 

Portland 

The Dalles. 

Milton. 



Portland—-. 

Tillamook 

La Grande — 
Portland — 



Marshfield . 
Warrenton . 
Portland 



Ashland.. 



Portland -~ . 
Portland 

Heppner 

Sootts Mills- 



Baker City . 
Portland . 
Portland . 
Portland . 



Portland 

Portland 



Portland ~ 
Portland — 
Portland ... 
La Grande.. 



Albany 

Cleveland... 



Pendleton 

Myrtle Point .. 



50,000 , AiCoolidge.F.McClalne, M.J. Adams. 

25 K. V. MUlard, R. D. Sanford, J. H. Cecil, J. H. James, 6. ' 
! Martin, Ada Millard, C. A. Hud scorn, S. M. Nosier. 
2,000 J Fred Achillea, J. E. Achilles, Andrew W.Andregg. 

1, 600 i Ralph Crysler, W. A. G radon, W. E. Pa 111am. 



100,000 
10,000 
1,000 

2,000 
100 

16,000 

20,000 ; 

500,000 



10,000 

3,000 

500,000 

9,000 

100,000 
1,000 

80,000 

600 
15,000 

6,000 

2,000 

600 

76,000 
45 

6,000 

2,600 

10,000 

600 



E. E. Ly tie, J. M. Murchie, T. A. Hudson. 
J. R. Williams, August Collin, O. W.Coote. 
Thomas John*, W. C. Alloway, Marshall Hill. 

W. T. Wright, A. M. El am, William Talbert. 
; N. Newman, H. Goodman, 8. Hochfeid. 

Mark L. Conn, George Cone, J. Sllverstone. 
Turner Oliver, J. W. Scriber, J. H. Robbins, Roy Reed. 
G. G. Ames, F. K. Arnold, D. E. Hall, I. W. Pratt, fc. R. Me- 
Michael. 

John F. Hall, R. C. Cordes, H. Sengstacken. 

Christ Gramma, Frank P. Lelnenneber, C. A. Leinennebar. 

L. L. Hawkins, E. B. McFarland, Frank V. Drake, A. New- 



H. H. Carter, Ellen M. Galey, P. H. Carter, E. V. Carter. 

Joseph Paquet, W. F. Burrell, D. P. Thompson. 
G.flTvanHouton.R.McC.Michler.Guy oTwiUis. 

J. W. Morrrow, William Penland, Thomas Quald. 

H. L. Skirrln. John E. Clark, C. W. Armstrong. 
Frank A. Baillie, J. H. Parker, John L. Rand. 

Thomas Williams, Thomas Germalne, Hugh Fitch. 

Mother Margaret Mary, Mother Mary Agnes, Sister Mary 

Catherine. 
John Paulsen. J. D. Young, W. A. Dempsey. 

Sam 91mon, A. T. Huggins, Joseph 8imon, 

i W.O.Nisley, Jc' " ^ ^ *" 

1 W.A.White. 

H. W. Donahue, T. T. Burkhart, George 8anford Smith 

T. W. Hind marsh, L.8winton, G. B. Cellars. 

F. W. Leadbetter, I. N. Day, H. M. Cake. 

Walter M. Pierce, M. 8. Causey, Charles M. Pierce. 



I D»m simou, a. i . nuKgiuS, Joseph 

! W.O.Nisley, John T. Whalley, H.G.Collou, W.B.Knapp, 



Portland . 



2,600,000 J.H. WeatberfordJ. R. Wyati, C.Sullivan. 

E.M.Marsterb, E/T. Woodruff, M.J. Burkhart, G.W.Alder- 

! son, Edward VanPessl, W. H. Murdock, E.D. Handy, 

Edgar C. Davis, R. N. Marstent, H. C. 8mith, Frank Long, 

i William Long, F. M. Good, W. J. Fairfield, L. L. Ramsey. 

10,000 ' Clifton Cleaver, E. E. Cleaver, Lee Teutsch. 

6,000 i W. H. Brown. William Page, S. C.Giles, J. T.Dunlap, John 

Bonewitz, R. P. VanDyke, John E. Danlelson, Niels A. 

1 Pederson, Elmer C. Wismer, William Hansen, J. H. Hunt, 

, Esau Prlvett, Rosa Van Luirn , Charles B. O wen , William 

Anderson. 

60,000 . W. A. Hutchinson, L. D. McArdle, C. J. Hutchinson. 



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Filed Id the office of the secretary of ftale 



Cape Fox Alaska Gold Mining Company 
Columbia River Canneries Company — 
Crystal Springs Irrigation and Power 

Company 

Cascades Construction Company 



Columbia Bridge Company 

Coryallis Lodge. No. 14, A. F. and A. M... 

Cuprum 8meliiog Company 

Columbia Star Manufacturing Company 

Catsklll Mining Company 

Corrallls fcvaporating Company 

Crider Brothers and Company 



Columbia Mining Company 

Cove Distilling Company 

Corona Land and Water Company 

Combination Mining Company 

Clearwater Valley Railroad Company.. 
Colombia and Klickitat Hallway Com- 
pany 

Chronicle Printing and Publishing 
Company 



Canyon and 8and Hollow Ditch Com- 
pany 

Columbia 3outhern Railway Company. 
Duniway, H. R. and Company 

Dry Gulch Ditch and Irrigation Corn- 
Davidson Fruit Company 



Dale of filing. 



Jan. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

Jane 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 
Jan. 



pany — I Feb. 

~ 'idson Fruit Company | Feb. 

Dry Gulch Ditch and Irrigation Com- I 



pany — 
Dyea Mercantile and Mining Company. 



Dyea-Klondike Transportation Com- 
pany 

Dyea-Klondike Transportation Com- 
pany 

Downing, Hopkins and Company 

Dillon Irrigation Company 

Dodd, Charles H., Hardware Company. 

Deer Creek Canyon Toll Road Com- 
pany 

Dalles The, Commission and Grocery 
Company . 



| Mar. 
, July 



26,1898 
12,1898 

26,1898 
8,1898 

1:111 

6,1898 
13,1898 
80,1898 
20,1898 
22,1898 

7,1898 
26,1896 
29,1898 
31,1898 

2,1898 

15,1898 

19, 1898 

28,1896 

12,1898 
14,1897 



8,1897 
16, 1897 



14, 1897 
29,1897 



To own and operate 

To operate canneries 

For irrigating purposes 

To engage in contracting, building, 
etc 

For purpose of constructing bridges.. 

For the benefit of its members 

For mining purposes 

For manufacturing purposes 

To engage in mining 

To dry fruit, etc.— 



To deal in hops and hop supplies 

To carry on a general mining business. 

To manufacture liquors, etc. 

For purposes of irrigation 

For mining purposes 

To build railroad and telegraph lines. 

To build a certain railroad 

To publish a newspaper, eta 

For irrigating purposes 

Supplementary. 

To carry on a general lumber and 
shingle business 

Supplementary. 

To deal in fruits and other farm pro- 
duce : 

Supplementary. 

To conduct a general merchandise 
business 



Sept. 30,1897 To conduct a general transportation 
' business 



■ May 
I Oct. 
. Nov. 
1 Nov. 



7,1898 
16,1897 
18,1897 
27,1897 



Supplementary. 

To do a general commission business- 

For irrigating purposes 

To engage in a general merchandise 
business 



Jan. 11. 1898 ! To conduct and operate a toll road.. 



I Jan. 28,1898 To condnct a general storage and 

1 commission business 

Dyea-Dawson Transportation Company.; Feb. 9,1898 ; To conduct a general merchandise 

business, etc. 

Dalles-Dufur- Deschutes Railway Com- t 

pany _ r . | Feb. 23, 1898 

Dawson City Mercantile company < Mar. 3. 1898 

DeBord Ariel Navigation Company ' June 24,1898 



To operate railway lines 

To deal in merchandise 

To conduct a general manufacturing 
business 



Dunn, F.B, The, Company June 25,1896 

Development Compauy j Nov. 23,1898 

Eggertr Young Company ._ J. , Jan . 16, 1S97 

i 

ElkLodgeNo.l84,I.O.O.F | Jan. 26,1897 

Eastern Investment Company, limited. Feb. 9,1897 

Klkhorn Mining and Milling Company.' April 29,1897 
Electric Gold and Silver Mining Com- , 

pany w May 4,1897 To engage In mining 



To conduct a real estate business, etc. . 

To operate water works, etc 

To conduct a general boot and shoe 

business 

Mutual relief of members 

To loan money, deal in real estate, etc.. 
For mining purposes 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899 — Continued. 



Itaot of buHne*$. 



Portland 

Astoria 

Klamath Falls 

Portland 

Portland 

Corvallls 

Baker City 

Portland 

Ontario 

Corvallis 

Dallas 

Portland 

Core 

Klamath Falls 

Roseburg 

Portland 

Wasco 

Portland 

Residence J. O. Thom- 
son, Malhear county 

Portland 



Capital ttock. 



Incorporator*. 



$1,000,000 
500,000 

10,000 

100,000 

10,000 

1,600 

500,000 

150,000 

1,000,000 

600 

10,000 

5,000 

2,000 

100,000 

100,000 

8,000,000 

800,000 

5,000 



M. O. Munly, E. C. Protzman, Alexander 8 week. 

James O. Ham horn, B. A. Sea bo rg, Thomas B. M ©Govern. 

L. A. Lewis, Henry D. Stout, C. C. Lewis. 

John M. Gearin, Raleigh Stott, W. L. Boise. 
Sidney 8ml tb, Harry Howard, P. L. Zimmerman. 
S. Chipman, F. L. Miller, A. W. Bowersox. 
Isaac E. Blake, J. S. Locke, William H. Pack wood. 
C. A. Fischer, jr., Ellsworth Plcke), Charles D. Stansell. 
Frederick Powell, Augustus Frank, Alexander Reed. 
F. P. Sheasgreen, E. E. Cal well, E. E. Paddock. 
J. W. Orider, H. B. Plummer, E. C. Kirkpatrick, R. E. Wil- 
liams. 
F. A. Knapp, W. F. White, F. R. Strong. 
E. P. McDaniel, T. C. Shea, J. J. 8hea. 
Samuel C. Trayner, A. L. Leavitt, C. L. Parrish. 
J. P. Sheridan, J. F. 8heridan, R. S. Sheridan. 
W. H. Kennedy, G. W. Mulks, J. C. Havely, Charles Steel. 

E. E. Lytle, D. C. O'Reilly, A. E. Hammond. 

George F. Birrel, Jacob Beck, F. C. Hoecker. 



1,400 N. C. Long, S. P. Stacey, S. E. Smith. 

5,000 ! H.H.Dumway.E.H. Thompson, J. A. Letter. 



Hood River 



1,000 H. F.Davidson, A. P. Bateham,S.E. Wrenn. 



Dyea. 



5,000 ' Adolph Miller, Henry Friedenthal, J. D.Donovan, Thomas 
; E. Ricket. 



Portland 



250, 000 J E. F. Cassel , Oscar R. Meyer, J. N. Teal. 



Portland . 
Echo 



50,000 F.B. Perkins, F.H. Hopkins, F.O. Downing, 
500 ! Arthur J. Dillon, N. J. Dillon, W. T. Reeves. 



Portland ■ 150,000 Charles H. Dodd, George W. Collins, W. L. Arch am beau. 

Paradise ! 1,000 i C. A. Ray, Alfred Kinney, R. D. Churchill, L. Berland, O. L. 

1 Berland. 



The Dalles.. 
Portland ... 



The Dalles. 
Portland — 

Portland 

Eugene.. 



Portland . 



Portland 

Elk City 

Portland 

Portland 



3,000 
25,000 



300,000 
5,400 

100,000 

35,000 
10,000 

50,000 

500 

25,000 

1,500,000 



P. J. Stadtleman, N. A. Boone, F. JsBonn. 

J. Closset, C. W. Miller, E. A. Mirck, C. E. Cook, F. W. Smith, 
S. H. Gruber, S. M. Leonard. 

E. E. Lytle, W. H. Moore, D. C. O'Reilly. 

J. Schwartz, John M. Budelman, L. Schwartz. 

J.S. Sympson, Adam Heinrick, Clark R.Long, George E. 
Hinton.KU F.DeBord, George F. Rusch, Frank Klekar. 

F. E. Dunn, Frederic S. Dunn, C. Irma Williams. 
H. N. Ross, F. B. Martin, C. C. Hutchinson. 

F. Eggert, A. Staiger, J. F. Kelly. 

L. W. Deyor, P. A . Miller, William Wood. 

A. W. Ocobock, H. E. Noble, W. L. Archambeau. 

Thomas Duffy, R. R. Giltner, Sarah J. 3anders. 



Portland \ 250,000 ' A. N. Wright, Charles H. Hunt, J. T. Milner. 



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Eastern Gate Rebekah Lodge No. 40, 
I.O.O.F... 



Eastern Oregon Gold Mining Company. 

Ea£t Side Annie Creek Ditch Company. 

Eureka District Gold Mining Company. 
Essex Lead and Silver Mining Com- 
pany 

Electric Power and Mining Company. 

Eagle Valley Building Association 

-•*- May Mining Company. 



Elk City Placer Mining Company 

Eastern Contract Company 

Electric Laundry Company 

Elgin Milling Company 

Eclipse Hardware Company 

Eagle Valley and Baker Railway Com- 



Df o/fiUng. 



May 14,1897 
June 5, 1897 



pany. 



Eugene Transfer Company 

Elisabeth Mining and Milling Corn- 
Elgin Building Association 

Elgin Trader^ Bank 

Economist Dry Goods Company 

Eagle Roller Mills _ 

First Methodist Episcopal Church of 
Wagner, Oregon 

First Congregational Church, Gaston 

Free Methodist Church of Lacomb 

First Church of Christ (Scientist) 

Florence Crittonton Refuge Home tor 
Women 

Fern Ridge Christian Church 

Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Nation- 
al Congregation 

First Methodist Episcopal Church of 
McMlnuville 

Florence Land and Building Associa- 
tion 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Mar. 



12,1897 

17,1897 

7,1897 
10,1897 
80,1897 
80,1897 
19,1897 

8,1897 

10,1898 

2,1898 
21,1898 

21,1898 
81,1896 



April 6,1898 



June 
July 

July 
Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



18,1898 
1,1898 

22,1898 
17,1898 

4,1897 

14,1897 

15,1897 
19,1897 

16,1897 
26,1897 
22,1897 



Mar. 81,1897 



Free Methodist Association of Spring- 
field 

First Methodist Episcopal Church of 
Ontario 

Florida Mountain Mining Company 

First Congregational Church of Klam- 
ath Falls 



April 19,1897 



April 
May 
8ept. 
Sept. 



28,1897 
25,1897 
18,1897 
20,1897 



Florida Mountain Mining Company i Oct. 18,1897 

Florence Gold Mining Company Nov. 8,1897 

Farmers' Fire Relief Association ! Nov. 10, 1897 



First German Baptist Church 

First Bank of Skagway 



j Dec. 
i Dec. 



1,1897 
8,1897 



Far what f iMf wi. 



Mutual relief of its members... 
For mining purposes 



For irrigating purposes 

For mining purposes 

To engage in mining.. 



For electric lighting purposes — 

To deal in real estate, etc 

To engage in mining 

TO engage in mining 



To do a general commission and 
brokerage bualne 



To engage in a general laundry busi- 



To do a general milling bu 
To deal in hardware, etc.. 



To operate railroads, etc - 
For navigating purposes.. 



To engage in mining and milling 

To erect, lease and sell buildings, etc.. 
To carry on a general banking boat- 



For mercantile purposes 

To manufacture flour, etc 

For religious purposes 

For religious purposes 

To erect a church. 



For religious purposes.. 



For benevolent purposes 

For religious purposes 

To promote the Christian religion — 



For religious purposes.. 
To deal in real estate.. 



For religious purposes.. 
For religious purposes. 
For mining purposes.. 



For public religious worship 



Supplementary. 

For mining purposes 

Protection of members against 1 
by fire 



For religious purposes.. 
To do a general banking bi 



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INCORPORATION 

froa January % 1897, to January 1, 1899 — Continued. 



Huntington. 
Baker Ctty- 



$ 260 

100,000 



Wood River precinct, ' 

Klamath county i 

Portland 

Portland . 



Portland. 
Richland. 
Portland — 
ElkClty.- 



Portland. 

Portland . 
Elgin. 



Artorta 

Baker City.. 



Portland. 
Elgin 



Elgin 

Albany 

Freewater. 



Kahler Basin 



Leoomb. 



Portland. 



Fern Ridge 

Aetorla 



MoMinnTille. 



Bnringfleld. 
Ontario 



Portland 

Klamath Falls. 



Salem 

Sublimity ... 

Salt Oracle. 
Skagway — 



100 
2,600,000 

200,000 

25,000 

1,200 

60,000 

1,000,000 



5,000 

5,000 

20,000 

4,000 

2,500,000 
4,000 

25,000 

5,000 

40,000 
10,000 
85,000 

000 

260 

750 
None 



2,500 
500 

800 

2,500 

2,400 

800 



1,000,000 



1,000,000 
20,000 



900 

25,000 



Incorporator*. 



If rs. If. C, Hartle, A. C. Dcgel, Leonard Cole. 

" ---_--— w. E. Gi ~ - " 

John L. Rand, M.S. Fobs. 



James F. Fei 
McKay, N. 



race, W. B. MoCarty, Joseph 
Imhaus, J. R. Bums, Joseph Manandas 



William W. Scott, J. O. Barker, W. A. Barker. 
J. Bourne, jr., James 8. Wyatt, W. H. Brown. 

George L. Story, R. E. Moody, John R. Ostman. 
H. W. Goode, J. C. Baird, W. A. Bark bolder. 
L. E. Chandler, J. N. Young, W. D. Nssb. 
H. A. Maddock, Charles OMiller, W. M. Gregory. 
G. A. Nichols, W. H. Rambo, H. A. Wilder, W. 8. Holbrook, 
I.Baldwin. 

James Rlntonl, jr., Henry Bolton, W. L. Archambeaa. 

J. G. Lore. T. M. Zwlckel, E. R. Pittlekau, G. L. Davenport. 
J. L. McKinnis, Charles Hallgarth, D. B. Hendricks. 
Max Skibbs, J. N. Laws, W. C. Laws. 

Cato J. Johns, H. W. Dwlght, Robert Dickson. 
W. W. Haines, Isaac Gray, A. C. Woodcock. 

A . E. Hammond, J. M. Merritt, Corliss Merrltt, H. C. Smith, 

L.L.8wetland. 
H. L. Buell, R. C. Mays, Arch Hollgarth. 

J. P. Gardner, George 8. Craig, G. S. Reayia. 
W. L. Vance. J. N. Duncan, H. R. Hyde. 
Higby Harris, William Johnson, C. B. Stewart. 

J.N. Robinson, Dora A. Young, M. C.Akln, J. B.Young, 
Ann Hughes. 

C.A. Raymond, A. A. Russell, M.W. Patton, Ida J. Ray- 
mond, Sarah 8. Henderson. 

J. M. Flangher, D. 8. Myers, H. Preever. 

Mrs. Lou Hatch, Mrs. Sarah Murphy, Rench V.Gordon, 
Mrs. Emma Contris. 

Mrs. Anna R. Riggs, Mrs. Susie E. Foster, Mrs.Hessie J. 

Shane. 
Sidney Stlckel, J. R. Hill, Thomas Bailey. 

Thomas Makko, Gustaf Kaski, K.A.Jurra, Albert Wuo- 
pio, Andrew Holm. 

William Hemstock, J. B. 8tlllwen, David Stout, H. C. 
Burns, C. F. Mills, J. O. Rogers, F. S. Harding. 

Alfred Mason, L.M.Cbrlstensen, John J. Anderson, Wil- 
liam Kyle, L. E. Ackerley. 

G. W. BiUmlre, Edwin Crawford, Charles Herald. 

T. C. Fletcher, D. I. Downs, J. T. Elliott, James Farley, E. C. 

Bunch. 
D. McKeen, H. 8. Rowe, L. L. McKeen, A. T. Lewis. 

Frances E. Boyd, Jennie R. Nickerson, Elisa A. Hale, Mol- 
lle E. Carrick, II. T. Chit wood, Oliver C. Applegate, 
George 8. Nickerson. 

J. J. Bartlett, W. C. Tillsou , J. M . Payne. 

August Albus, Charles Hettinger, Joe 8pencer, Martin E. 
Smith, John Henberger, Joseph Susbuner, Joseph Zim- 
merman, Charles Fischer, Joseph Hasler, 

Jacob Buhler, D. D. Shroeder, I. Peters. 

J. H. O'Brj an, 8. W. Aid rich, L. H. Tarpley. 



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ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Date ofjUing. 



I 



Far what purpoat. 



First Baptist Church of Helix.. — Mar. 14,1896 

Ferguson Chapter No. 6, Royal Arch 

Masons April 7,1898 

First Methodist Episcopal Church at 

Merlin — April 19,1898 

First Methodist Episcopal Church of 

Moro April 23,1898 



First Baptist Church of Goose Lake — ' June 

First Bank of Elgin '— 

Fidelity Land and Trust Company 

First Baptist Church of Barns 

First Christian Church of McMinnville. 

Fanners' and Traders' Company 

First Presbyterian Church of Sumpter.. 



17,1896 

June 80,1898 

July 7,1898 

5,1898 

6,1898 

20,1898 

27,1898 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Fletcher Company.. 



Finnish Apostolic Lutheran Church 1 Oct. 

Farmers' Warehouse Company Oct. 



Fiske Churn Manufacturing Company- 
First Christian Church of Elgin 

Grass Valley Lodge, No. 181, Indepen- 
dent Order of Odd Fellows 

German Methodist Episcopal Zion 

Church of Logan 

Gold Coast Company 

Gilliam County Telephone Company — 

Grimes Grove Land Company 

Gobbi.B. Company 

Grants Pass Lumber Company 

Gravelotte Mining Company 

Gold Gem Mining Company 

German Congregational Emmanuel 

Church 

Gold Ridge Mining Company 

Grants Pass Furniture and Casket Com- 
pany 

Great Mogul Mining and Development 
Company 



j Sept. 7,1898 

1,1898 

17,1898 

31,1898 
8,1898 



Gold Hill Mercantile Company 

Gait Creek Mining and Development 
Company 

German Evangelical Lutheran Imraan- 

uel Church 

Glasgow Coal and Coke Company 

Greer, R. D. Mercantile Company 

Green Peak Fruit Company 

Gold Coast Company 

Gold Bluff Miuing Company 

Grand Lodge Order of the dons of Her- 
mann 

Grande Ronde Sugar Beet Company — 
Goodnough Mercantile and Stock Com- 

Gastineauz Printing Company 

German Baptist Brethren Church! 

God's Regular Army 

Glofke. W. B. Company 

Gold Mining and Improvement Corn- 
Gold HilTLodgeTN^ 

Order of Odd Fellows 

Gold Bug Mining Company 



Oct, 
Dec. 



Jan. 8,1897 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 

April 

May 

May 

May 
May 

June 

June 

June 



14,1897 
23,1897 
23,1897 
18,1897 
19,1897 

23,1897 
8,1897 
8,1897 

18,1897 
26,1897 

16,1897 

28,1897 

23,1897 



July 8,1897 

July 24,1897 

July 24,1897 

July 29,1897 

July 29, 1897 

Aug. 9,1897 

Sept. 11,1897 

Sept. 27,1897 

Sept. 28,1897 

Oct. 15,1897 

Nov. 27,1897 

Nov. 29,1897 

Mar. 8,1898 

Mar. 21,1898 

Mar. 25,1898 

May 5,1898 

June 1, 1896 



For religious purposes 

For the benefit of its members. 

For religious purposes 

fror religious purposes 



For religious purposes 

To carry on a banking business 

To deal in real estate, etc ..- 

For religious purposes __- 

For religious purposes.. 



For mercantile purposes, etc... 
For religious purposes 



To carry on a manufacturing and 

milling business 

For religious purposes 



To deal in grain, and to conduct a 

general warehouse business.—. 

For manufacturing purposes 

For religious purposes 

Mutual relief of Its members 



For religious purposes 

For mining purposes 

To maintain a telephone line.. 
For a real estate business.. 



To engage in a wholesale and retail 
liquor business.. 



To manufacture and sell lumber.. 
For mining purposes.. 
For mining purposes.. 



Religious purposes 

Mining purposes 

To deal in furniture, etc... 



To engage in mining 

To engage in a general mercantile 
business 

For mining purposes 



For religious purposes 

To conduct a general mining business 
To deal in general merchandise . - 

To ship fruit, etc 

Supplementary. 

For mining purposes 

Supplementary. 

To grow sugar beets, etc 

For mercantile purposes. 



To publish newspapers, etc. 

For religious and educational purposes 
For religious purposes 



For mercantile purposes, etc. 
To engage in mining, etc. 



For mutual relief of members. 
To operate mines.. 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899 — Continued. 



Capital §tock. 



Helix 

Corvallis. 
Merlin _ 
Moro 



$ 500 ! 

4 

2,000; 



I 



New Pine Creek. 

Elgin 

Astoria 

Burns . 



McMJnnville 

Wallowa — 



Sumpter — 



Milton . 
Quincy - 



Portland 

Grants Pass.. 
Ro&eburg — 
Salem ._.. 



Needy 

Portland 

Grants Pass.. 

Portland 



Gold Hill. 
Portland - 



Oregon City ■ 

Portland 

Ontario 

Corvallis 

Chicago, Illinois 



La Grande 

Elgin 

Janeao, Alaska.. 

Damascus 

Portland 



Portland . 
Portland . 



Gold Hill. 



Pendleton.. 



Balm Station ! 

Oregon City . — j 

Elgfn j 

Grass Valley 

Logan -_ ' 

Portland : 

Condon j 

Astoria 



E. Pentland, A. D. Brooks, Perrin Clark. 

M. M. Davis, 8. Chlpman, H. T. French. 

W. A. Massie, Archie H. Frier, John J. Frier. 

R. J. Glnn, J. M. Parry, R. E. Hoskinson, 8. 8. Haynes, W. V. 

Johnson. 
T. W. Colvin, J. T. Bonner, George Vincent. 
J. L. McKlnnin, H. B. Starr, D. B. Hendricks. 
Charles H. Page, M. 8. Warren. W. L. Page, W. E. Warren. 
8. B. McPheeters, E. B. Reed, fl. G. Chatham. 

D. M. Caldwell, J. H. Nelson, C. T. Long. 
William Murphy, J. F.Johnson, Ira Baird. 
Gertrude M. Jackson, Sallie P. Stinson, Mrs. A. Hudson, 

Mary Young. 

W. H. Fletcher, Frank L. Fletcher, Fredrick J. Fletcher. 
N. B. Hendrlckaon, F. Mickelsen, Joseph Mustala, John 
Jolma, Lauritz Jolma, Isaac OUilo, Charles Aanda. 

F. M. Courter, Oliver Pearson, J. W. Allstatt. 
John Eve rh art, E. H. Cooper, Elmer Dlzon. 

E. 8. Crockett, T. H. Harry man, Jackson Graham. 

O. P. King, J. D. Wilcox, J. H. Smith. 

C. Thun, A. Dengler, J. Zurbuchen. 

D. H. Stearns, George Beeson, E. 8. Blakeslee. 
W. W. Stei wer, Charles McKensle, Charles L. Prindle. 
J. Q. A. Bowlby, Asmus Brix, F. A. Fisher, J. E. Higgins. 

Peter Lisfgnoll, Martha Gattanina, B. Gobbl. 
W. A. Haskins, Myron Wilbur. H. C. Telford. 
James M. Stevenson, C. A Sehlbrede, D. T. 8affbrd. 
John Pemberton, R. J. Spencer, J. H. Cook. 

Jacob 8chweitzer, John Gahler, Sam Hess. 

Louis Dammasch, Frank V. Drake, George C.8eare. 

C. M. Terrell, O. C. Terrell, L. L. Votaw. 

R. A. Wilson, E. A. French, T. J. Alexander, H. P. Smith, W. 
O.Sanford. 

7, 000 E. A. Leeston 8mith, Ed ward Nash Williams, I. H. Cole. 

60,000 F.A.Baker, E. L. Reed, R. B.Miller, J. F.McCartny.W. 
Hearn. 

700 William Stoevn, F. Cramer, John Roethe. 

100, 000 E. B. Barnes, Peter McCubben , James Moor. 

26, 000 R. D. Grear, H. T. Husted, E. C. Bunch. 

12, 000 H. T. Bristo w, W. W. Bristow, Laura A. Bristow. . 

600, 000 E. B. Sherman, George A . Gage , A. G. Brownlee. 



60,000 . Turner Oliver, J. H. Robbins, J. R.Oliver. 



28,000 
1,000 
6,000 

10,000 j 
1,100 



10,000 
100 



1,600 

1,000 

70 

600 

260 

100,000 

8,000 

6,600 

1.500 

3,900 

3,000,000 

1,000,000 

6 
26,000 

6,000 

600,000 



20,000 
10,000 ' 
600 
600 

10,000 

1,000,000 

1,000 
100,000 



G. W. Buck, W. I. Disham, E.P. Staples. 

W. A. Beddal, E. F. Cassel, Vinnie M. Cassel. 

Joseph Heiny, Frank M.Day, Jennie A. Staples. 

W.E.Purdey, O. C. Ramsdefl, F.F.Johnson, G.W.Ward, 

0. J. Purdy, Frank P. Baum, N. Ebert 
W. B. Glof ke, R. M. Wade, 8. M. Glof ke, R. L. Wade. 

J. M. Moore, A. F. Flegel, Valentine Brown. 

J. W. Hays, C. Vroman, E. R. Card well. 
William P. Mount, D. I. Stewart, Thomas 8myer, James H. 
Raley. 



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Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Golden Eagle Mining Company Jnne 1,1896 i For mining purposes. 



Dato o/JUing. 



Grants Pass and Crescent City Stage 

Company 

Graham and Wells 

Gold Run Creek Mining Company 

Great Western Yeast Company 

Gold Fields of Oregon 

Gale Ditch Company 

German Publishing Company 

Harmony Rebekah Lodge, No. 75, Inde- 
pendent Order of Odd Pillows 

Hnrlbort Hall Association 



June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 
Feb. 



10,1898 To operate a stage line 

29, 1898 To conduct a drug store 

7,1896 I For mining purposes 

14,1896 ' To manufacture yeast 



For mining purposes.. 

Forlrrlg 

To publi 



For Irrigating purposes., 
ibfish ai 



i newspaper. 



tfermosa Park Investment Company... Mar. 
Helix Lodge, No. 80, Independent Order 

of Odd Fellows I April 

Haggard Saddle Tree Company April 

Hope Grange, No. 269 1 April 

Harvester, King Company j April 

Hale and Kern Contract Company { July 

Hermes Lodge, No. 56, Knightsof Pythias July 
Hotallng, A. P. and Company ' Sept. 

Herbert Bradley Shoe Company | Nov. 

Haselline, J.E.and Company l Nov. 

Haystack Building and Loan Associa- < 

Harrisburg Lumber Company I Jan. 

Holland Mining Company | Feb. 

Hood River Transportation and Boom 
Company . Dec. 



19,1898 
20,1898 
25,1698 

13, 1897 For the m utual relief of members.. 
18,1697 For the physical, mental and moral 

• welfare of its members 

18,1897 j To deal in real estate, etc 



22,1897 
22,1897 
26,1697 
26,1897 

7, 1897 
15,1897 
4.1897 



For mutual relief of members.. 



To manufacture saddle trees, etc 

To maintain a grange 

To manufacture harvesting machines, 

To do a general contract business 

For mutual relief of its members 

To carry on a real estate business 

6,1897 To carry on a wholesale boot and 
bhoe business 

8,1897 I To do a general hardware business— 

I 
18, 1898 I To conduct a real estate business 



To do a genera] sawmill business .. 
For mining purposes 



22,1898 
3,1898 

2, 1896 i To improve the stream of Hood river. 



Hot Blast Mining Company Feb. 10,1898 

Hargadine Cemetery Association ; Feb. 16,1898 



Holy Rosary Church . 
Hawthorne Estate — 



! Feb. 26,1898 

.... Mar. 29,1898 



For mining purposes 



To maintain a cemetery.... 



For religious purposes 

To deal in real estate, etc.. 



Hale and Smith i April 6,1898 

Hawley and Wilcox May 14,1898 



Hudson Mining Company..- 

Hood River and Whtte Salmon Trans- 
portation Company 



Holmes' English and Business College— I 

Highland Grange, P. of H., No. 261 

Hall Street Synagogue Association : 

International Cooperative MiningCom- 

International Gold Mining and Milling 
Company — 

Independent Warehouse Company 

Independence and Monmouth Railway 
Company 

Irwin- Hodson Company 

Inland Empire Mining Company 



To construct railroad lines, etc 

To engage in the grocery business 

June 80,1896 ' For mining purposes 

Sept. 120, 1898 I To do a general transportation busi- 
I ness 



Oct. 24,1898 | For educational purposes 

Nov. 8, 1898 - To maintain a grange 

Dec. 3, 1898 ' To deal in real estate, etc 



„.| Jan. 9,1897 j To operate mines 

Mar. 16, 1897 ! To operate mines, etc 

April 9,1897 j To operate warehouses, etc 

April 12,1897 Supplementary. 
April 22,1897 Supplementary. 
April 23,1897 For mining purposes 



Interstate Mining Company July 19,1897 

Ingle Chapel Congregational Church I Jan. 22, 1898 

Isabell Mining Company , Oct. 7,1898 



For mining purposes 

For religious purposes 

To carry on a general mining busi- 
ness 



Irving Real Estate Company.. 



Dec. 8, 1898 ! To deal In real estate. 



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from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899— Continued. 



Hwm of burin***. Capital stock Incorporator*. 

Dalles City $ 21,000 i L. L. Hill, J. C. Hostetler, W. H. Biggs, J. S. Fisb, Roger B. 

Slnnott. J. H. Cradlebaugb. 

Grants Pass 1,000 ; Scott Griffin, J. C.Harper, D. VV. Graff. 

Corvallls 3, 000 . T. A. Jones, A D. Morrison, M. J. Wells. 

Portland _.' 10,000 i H.C.Schade, W. B. Kern an, James D. Malcolm, K, Hanson. 

Portland 600 ' D.Kellaher, J. M.Rice, Dlo P. Call. 

Baker Cltv , 100,000 O. G. Laberee, C. E. Gault , William Smith. 

Kcbo 1 5, 000 Austin Gale, Maggie Gale, May Ogara. 

Portland 6,000 B. Cruiksbank, Albert E. Kern, C. A. Bigelow. 

Gervais 100 : Joseph Goodman, Rose Merriman, Lou Taylor. 

Corbltt 300 A. F. Johnson, John A. Hurlburt, Mary J. Emily. 

Astoria __ 60,000 C. W. Fulton, G. Wingate, H. B. Ferguson. 

Helix „ 1,000 , Walter G. Lynn, P. H. Sones, Chris. Simpson. 

Portland 2, 000 i J. W. Haggard, J. L. Cline, W. L. Nutting. 

Alsea 600 W. H. Malone, A. L. Clark, O. E Barton. 

Harvey, Illinois-.. < 206, 000 William Brace, Edw. S. Elliott, Henry A. Ritter. 

Portlan 1 200,000 John Hale, Daniel Kern, John Kinnan. 

Aurora 1,000 Henry A. Snyder, M. G. Smith, H. J. Miller. 

San Francisco 1,000,000 A. P. Holaling, LavinaJ. Hotallng, A. P. Hotaling, jr., 

Richard Hotallng, F. C. Hotaling. 

Portland 10,000 Herbert Bradley, H. B. Bradley, H. E. Jergens. 

Portland 176,000 l James E. Haseltlne, J. A. Haseltine, H. A. Haseltine, W. C. 

, ' Haseltine. 

Haystack 800 William S. Hale, John Helfricb, jr., H. F. McCoin, B. B. 

I Helfrich. 

Harrisburg 10, 000 ! E. E. Upmeyer, L. H. Lassell. J. R. Bucknum. 

Portland 2, 000 I F. W. Gelderbloom, A. R. Zeller, A. P. Tim. 

Hood River 10, 000 . F. H. Button, E. L. Smith. R. Rand, G. P. Gowell, C. A. Bell, 

I D. McDonnell, G. D. Wood worth, A. S. Blowers, S. E. 
Bartmess. 

Portland 10,000 Charles L. DuBois, Charles E. DuBols, J. R. Stoddard. 

Ashland _. M. W. Hargadine, L. E. Norris, Mary F. Casey, G. F. Bil- 
lings, G. O. Van Natta, William Armltage, E. A. Carter, 
Eugene Walrad. 

Portland 20, 000 John Plus Murphy, Laurence Breen, Ed ward C. Warren. 

Portland 900,000 ' Rachel L. Hawthorne, Louise H. Hawthorne, Catherine 

Hawthorne-Beck. 

Portland 10,000 ' John Hale. J. H. Smith, H. B. Dickson. 

Pendleton 6, 000 , W. H. Hawley, R. H. Wilcox, L. A. Wilcox. 

Ontario 1,000,000 [' F. Powell, Augustus Frank, Alexander Reed. 

Hood River » 3,000 ' Clvde F. Bonney, Ira W. Rowland, Henry McGuire, John 

Leland Henderson. 

Portland 10,000 , Gertrude Holme?, G. 8. Henderson, Mary B. Henderson. 

qarkes I C. N. Larkins.O. R. Miller, Albert Harrington. 

Portland 6, 000 j S. Sinirsky, L. Fogel, S. Kafka, M. Fast. 

Portland 10,000.000 I Colin W.Cottam, Joseph H. Hawley, F. Breske. 

Union 1,600,000 ! J.F.Phy, A. S.Landis. J. B. Weaver, C.E. Cochran. 

Pendleton 10, 000 ! Thomas C. Taylor, Robert Forster, E. E. Purington. 



Portland 5,000 M. A. McEachern, William Landercock, Thaddeus W. 

Vreeland. 

Pendleton 10, 000 ! G. A. Hartman, W. M. Beagle, Lee Moorhonse, R. L. Oliver. 

Near Milton 700 John M. Hoon, John A. Ross, Charles B. Ingle. 

Tunnel No. 6, Douglas 

County 80,000 : Charles Cook, Lincoln A.Heafleld. Philip L. Auten. 

Portland 100,000 . Elizabeth I. Spencer, Nellie Chandler, E.W.Spencer. 



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| Datt of filing. 



For what purport. 



Josephine Mining Company _. Jan. 

Johnson and Company, G. W Mar. 

Junction Bar Placer Mining Company.. Aug. 

Jackson Mountain Mining Company 1— Aug. 

Jupiter Gold Mining Company Oct. 

Jupiter Gold Mining Company Oct. 

Jewell Hardware Company i Oct. 

Journal Publishing Company i July 

Jupiter Gold Quartz Mining Company.. Oct. 
Klamath Flume and Mining Company. i Jan. 

Kootenay Investment Company Feb. 

Kissell-Schilling-Danielson Fruit Land 

Company , : Mar. 

Krieg and Levy __ I April 

Ketchikan Mining and Milling Com- I 

{>any _ I July 
ondyke Mining, Merchandise and 
Transportation Company Aug. 

Kan, Charles and Company ; Nov. 

Kunzand Shelley Company ( Nov. 

Klondike Gold Mill Company Nov. 

Koltes Company j Nov. 

Kaleva Mutual Protective Insurance 
Association ' Dec. 

Klondike Outfitting Company | Dec. 

Klondike Company _ _., Jan. 

Klamath Improvement Company j Feb. 



7,1897 For mining pur poses 

3,1897 To carry on a general merchandise 

store 

10, 1£97 For mining purposes 



16, 1897 
15, 1897 
19,lh97 
20, 1897 
1,1898 

19,1898 
29,1897 
10,1897 

5,1897 
3, 1897 

10, 1897 

10,1897 

4,1897 

9,1897 
29,1897 
29,1897 



For mining purposes 

For mining purposes 

Supplementary. 

To engage iu the hardware business.. 
To establish and maintain a news- 
paper 

For mining purposes 

For mining purposes — 

For mining purposes 

To buy land, set out orchards, etc 

To do a general grocery business 

To engage in mining, etc 



To engage in merchandising, min- 
ing, etc 

To carry on a general merchandise 

business 

, Supplementary. 

I For mining purposes 

I For mercantile purposes 



24, 1897 For fire insurance business 



28,1897 
25. 1898 
8,1*98 



Kilham Stationery Company _. : April 16,1898 

• I 

Klondyke Consolidated Mining Com- j 
pany April 



Ketchikan Copper Mining Company... 
Lookout Gold Mining and Leasing Com- 



Oct. 
I Feb. 



pany. 
Logan, John A. Veteran Reunion Asso- 
ciation ; Feb. 



14,1898 | 
19,1898 
2,1897 
8,1897 



Lord and Company _. Mar. 12,1897 



Luckiamute Valley and Western Rail- 
way Company April 

Lewis, D. P. and Company May 

Lackamas Mining Company May 

Lava Coffee Company June 5,1897 



I To deal in merchandise, etc 

For mining purposes — 

To engage in the real estate and stork 

business 

To transact a manufacturing aud sta- 
tionery business — 

For mining purposes 

For mining purposes 

For mining purposes 

For the promotion of loyalty and 
patriotism - 

To engage in a general mercantile 
business 



29, 1897 To build and operate a railroad 



11,1897 ' 
25, 1897 



To engage in general mercbandising. 
For mining purposes 

For mercantile and manufacturing 
purposes - 



Leach andBowen I July 

Loewenberg and Going Company. Sept. 



8, 1897 I 
13, 1897 



Lostine Cemetery Association. Dec. 10,1897 



To operate grist mills, etc 

To carry on a hardware and manu- 
facturing business 

To maintain a cemetery 



Linderman and Yukon Boatand Trans- 
portation Company Dec. 14,1897 , To engage in a general transportation 

business 

Lyon Lodge, No. 29, Ancient Free and 
Accepted Masons ^ ... Jan. 7,1898 For the advancement of freemasonry. 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1. 1&99-* Continued. 



Place of kuaineu. , Capital ttoek. Incorporator*. 

Oregon City * 60,000 T. W.SulU van, F.T. Griffith, Charles P. Tbore. 

Salem | 10,000 , G. W. Johnson, F. A. Baker, B. N. Bowman. 

Junction Bar 60,000 ■ L.L. Baldwin, T. L. Rag*dale, J. Hammer, Silas Sharp, 

W. S. Holbrook, H. A. Wildcrs. 

Portland _ > 750,000 i D. M. Watson, C. L. Carr, E. J. Farmer. 

New York City, N. Y ( 1,000,000 Joseph A. Straight, Frances R. Wardel, John C. Church. 

Grants Pass . 20,000 L. L.Jewell, A. M. Jewell, S.S.Prentiss. 

Grass Valley 2,000 C. K. Brown, George B. Bourhill, J. H. Smith. 

Portland 100, 000 Ly nn H. Briggs, Charles G. Briggs, Thomas K. Minor. 

Portland 800.000 I. N. Day. H.C.Grady, John H. Hall. 

Portland _ _ 4.800 \V. E. Pulliam, George C. Stout, E. W. Murphy. 

Ontario 30,000 Fred J. Kissel, W. N. Schilling, T. T. Danielson. 

Portland 2, 100 Fernand Levy, George Krieg, Aaron B. Levy. 

Portland 1,000; 000 John C. Leasure, Annie L. Leasure, A. Walter Wolf. 

Portland 100,000 Thomas J. Hammer, Albert J. Paul, J. A. Waddle. 

Astoria.. 1,500 Young Mow, Check Loo, Charles Kan. 

Portland 25,000 ' J. H. Moon, M. L. Nicholas,G. W. Allen. J.T. Milner. 

Knger 1,000 J. H. Koltes, L. W. Koltes, C. B. Durbin. 

Astoria — _ Thomas Makko, Jacob Kankonen, K. A. Znrva, J. A. At- 

rain, Frans Kankonen, Audrew Holm, Thomas Erick- 
son. 

Portland * 50,000 Isam White, Isaac L. White, J. N. Teal. 

McMlnnville 60,000 James O. Rogers, Thomas H. Rogers, R. L, McMillan. 

Klamath Falls 250,000 G. W. Maylone, George W. Loosley, O. H. Harshbarger. 

Portland — 10,000 M. L.Sahlstrom, H. D. Kilham.L. A.Kilham. 

Portland 1,000,000 George Stevenson, M.F.Keller, F.M.Warren, G.W. Staple- 
ton, E. E.Coovert. 
Portland 500, 000 N. W. Roundtree, U. E. Parkhurst, S. H. Davis. 

Baker City - 1, 000, 000 J. W. McCoy, Clara A. McCoy, John D. Allan. 

Mebama 100 L.R.Feuton, J. D. Hlatt, W. Huntley, Peter Maner, Jessie 

T. Bennett. 

Arlington 10,000 W. Lord, E.C. Pease, C.W. Lord. 

FallsCity _ 50,000 H. E.Chipman, J. S. Talbott, Frank Butler, H. S. Mont- 
gomery, F. A. Lucas, J. O. MontKomery. 

Portland 2,000 John Bigelow. A. List, J. T. McKee. 

Portland 500,000 C.L. Fay, George P. Clark, Joseph F. Bachelder, Hubert R. 

Duniway, William M. Gregory. 

Portland 1,000 John G. Kleinhans, Auguste Kiesendahl, Emil Kieeen- 

dahl. 
Portland _. 25, 000 J. X. Leach, Charles I. Leach, William Sutherland. 

Portland 25, 000 J. Loewenberg, J. W. Going, A. C. Going. 

JxMtine Hiram N.Williams, J. F.Burleigh, C. W. Wornack, W.H. 

Allen, G.J. Bowmau.B.O. Foster, Charles Fitzpatrick, 
Sam Wade, Leander McCubbin, S. H. Biggs, Charles 
Smith. 

Portland _ 10,000 ' D. K. Howe.T. N. Stoppenbach, Hugh McGuire. 

Independence 500 J. W. Kirkland, J. M. Mitchell, H. Hlrschberg. 



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ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Date of filing. 



For what purpose. 



Ladies' Aid Society of First Christian 
Church 

La Grande Electric Company 

Lewis-Stenger Barber Supply Company. 
Lostine Telephone Company 

Lostine Milling Company 

Levy and Spiegl 

Lafayette Seminary 

Latourell Falls Lumber Company 

Lost Lake Lumber Company 

Martin, J. Company 

Middle Oregon Baptist Academy 

Manner, James and Company 

Monitor- Miner Publishing Company. .. 
Mi. Olive Rebecca Lodge, No. 45, 1. O. 

Mountaindale Lumber Company 

Multnomah Trunk Company 

Monarch Flexible Car Axle Company- 
Mutual Telephone Association 

Metropolitan Telephone-Messenger 
Company 

Medford Brewing Company 

Milwaukee Placer Mining Company 

Monroe Novelty Company 

Monroe Cooperative Creamery Com- 
pany 

McKinley Gold and Bryan Silver Min- 
ing Company 

Mclntire Lumber Company 

Milton Irrigation Company 

Morton Island Gold Mining Company.. 

Mountain Home Irrigation Company.. 

Maxon Marine Velocipede Company 

Moores' Cemetery Association 

Mabelle Mining Company 

Moyer Clothing Company 

McAlister Ditch Company 

Methodist Episcopal Church of Flora, 

Mamie Rebekah Lodge,Xo. 20, 1. 0. 0. F. 

Metropolitan Printing House 

Moro Mercantile Company 



Jan. 11,1898 For religious purposes 

Jan . 13, 1898 To operate telephones, etc 

Jan. 24,1898 To engage in general merchandising. 
Mar. 4,1898 To maintain a telephone system 

April 5, 1898 To operate a flouring mill 

May 14, 1898 To carry on a mercantile, brokerage 

and commission business, etc 

May 16,1898 ' To maintain an educational instltu- 

Dec. 2, 1898 To construct and repair railroads, etc 

Dec. 14, 1898 To do a general lumber business 

Jan . 6, 1898 To manufacture sashes, doors, etc 

Jan. 20,1898 For educational purposes 

Jan. 2d, 1897 To act as agents for insurance compa- 

i nies, etc 

Feb. 2,1897 To publish newspapers, etc 

Feb. 2,1897 For the mutual relief of members — 

Feb. 5,1897 To operate sawmills _ 

Feb. 17,1897 To manufacture and deal in tronks,etc. 
Feb. 24, 1897 To deal in car ax lee and paten t righto.' 
Feb. 25, 1897 To maintain a general telephone busi- 
ness 

Mar. 1,1897 To operate A certain invention, con* 
duct a messenger service, etc 

Mar. 8,1397 ' To conduct a brewing business 

Mar. 17,1897 

Mar. 24,1897 To deal in novelties, etc 

April 5, 1897 To carry on a general creamery busi- 
ness 

April 7,1897 For mining purposes 

April 18,1897 ' To engage in a real estate and lum- 
ber business 

April 24,1897 For irrigating purposes 

May 4,1897 ' For mining purposes 

May 19,1897 , For irrigating purposes 

July 7,1897 For manufacturing purposes, etc 

July 8,1897 To maintain a cemetery 

July 24,1897 For mining purposes 

July 20,1897, To engage in merchandising 

July 26,1897 For irrigation purposes 

July 28,1897 For religious purposses 

Aug. 6,1897' For mutual relief of members 

Aug. 6,1897 , Supplementary. 
Aug. 9,1897 ; To carry on a general merchandise 
i business - 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 181*9 — Continued. 



Ptaet of btixines*. Capital ttock. 



Incorporators. 



Eugene $ 60 

La Grande 100, 000 

Portland 8, 000 

Loeiine 1,000 

LotUne - 7,000 

Portland 15,000 

Lafayette 8,000 

Latnurell Falls 6,000 

Hood Rlver.__. _. 75,000 

Portland 10,000 

Grow Valley ft, 000 

Portland __. 6,000 

Medford 1,200 

Drain 150 

Hlllsboro 6,000 

Portlaud 10,000 

Portland 500,000 

Portland 2,500 

Portland _. _. 35,000 

Medford 15,000 

Milwankee, Wisconsin- 100,000 

Portland ._ 25,000 

Monroe 4,000 

Portland 1,000,000 

Portland _. 1,000 

Milton 1,200 

Ontario 1,000,000 

Residence of R. A.Sblnn, 

Wallowa county ■ 200 

Portland 50,000 

Jewell 

San Francisco, Cal 1, 000, 000 

Portland 25,000 

La Grande 1,000 



Mrs. H. J. Harris, Mrs. Iva Farrow, Mrs. Catherine Mc- 

Pherson. 
William B. Sargent, C. L. Fox, J. H. Hunter. 
George Stenger, Alton se Stenger, A. List. 
K. W. Rumble, G uy E. McCully , W. S. Burleigh, A . E. Cray, 

Harry Keefer. 
F. I). McCully, J. F. Hann, C. M. Smith, H. X. William*. 

Charles F. Levy, L. M. Splegl, II. B. McEwen. 

C. C. Polfnsr, A. L. Keenan, J. Bowersox.Eli Sease, W.L. 
Daggett, G. E. Lewis. M.J. Balling ton, B.J.Kelly, H.B. 
Pratt. 

William R. Moffet. F. Schlegel, George W.Joseph. 

F. H. Button, Ethel P. Button, R. S. Davidson, jr. 

J. A. Martin, S. B. Llnthieum, A. E Gebhardt. 

George D. Barnes, Albert A. Wintham, A. Zell, C. P. Bailey, 
J. W. Messenger, C. A. Heath, J. M. Powell, M. F. 8. Hen- 
ton, Alexander Scott. 

James Manner, A. H. Morgan, B. F. Boone, F. E. Manner. 

E. E. Phipps, G. P. Lindley, E. Kricbgossner. 

Myra Counts, Ella Burt, Lou Basset t. 

D. W. Dorrance, S. H. Dorrance, J. G. Dorrance. 
S. E. Wrenn, F. L. Demathln, Charles E.Jones. 
Maurice Abraham, Langley Hall, B. P. Card well. 

F. E. Beach, S. P. Hanawalt, R. W. Wilbur. 



Flora 

Coquille 



J.H. Hawley.C. D. Bruun.W. T.Wallace, D. Soils Cohen, 

8. G.Fulton. 
Henry '.Vein bard, Ellas Merz, Paul Wessenger. 
Charles M. Kipp, G. W. Marling, E. H. Dadmuu. 
A. M. Monroe, F. W. Monroe, O. V. Monroe. 

T. H. Wellsher, A.Wilhelm, Ed. Williams, J.H.Edwards, 
D. B. Farley. Casper Zeriolf, J. H. Laurence, Wesley Hin- 
ton, C.J. Ralls. 

F. L. Pick thorn, C. Gustafson, A. F. Herrington. 

J. M. Mclntire, A. F. Mclntire.C. E. Dubois. 

William Lloyd, J. M. Evans, D.J. Phelps, William S. Shaf- 
fer, A. H. Mum ford. # 

J. A. Morton, Clementine Morton, David Wilson, Mary 
Wilson. 

R. A.Shinn, R. F. Shinn, W. 8. Hayes. 

8. E. Maxon, L. W. Wynkoop, Marion Nickum, W.J. Kelly, 

C.W.Miller. 
James W. Walker, R. M. Wooden, Mrs. E. J. Wooden, L. 

Enquest, William McKeever, W. II. Lewis, Mrs. Nancy 

J. Foster, John Beneke, Charles E. Hutchlns, Walter 

Kiser, S.Taylor. 
Mackenzie Urquh art, Charles E. Tebbs, C. Christian Russ, 

C. E. Phillips, J. E. Bell, A. Dalton Harrison. 
J. M. Moyer, Louis Altmau, A. Buchanan, P. Selling. 
D. A. McAlister, Lou Snyder, Frank McAlister, W. F. 

Gekeler. 

J. A. Eddlemon, A. D. Buzzard, M. Evans, N. M. Devine, 

J.H. Huffman. 
125,000 Annie Laurence, A.W. Perkins, Lucy Buck. 



Moro 



20,000 W.H. Moore, H.A. Moore, L.K. Moore, R.J.Glnn, R.C. 
Craven, S. S. Hayes, U. 8. McDanel. 



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Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Datt of filing. 



Fur tchat purpo**. 



Malheur and Harney Lake Irrigation 
and Land Com;»any Aug. 

Multnomah Box and Manufacturing 
Company Sept. 

Moro Manufacturing Company Sept. 

Malarkey and Company Sept. 

Marsbneld Water Company Sept. 

Moore, E.W. Portrait Company Sept. 



27, 1897 To engage i n the real estate bustnera- 



15, 1807 
18, 1897 
22, 1897 
23, 1897 
30.1897 



Model Drug Store Oct. 7,1897 

Molalla River Mining Company Oct. 12,1897 



Merchants' Express Company Nov. 

McGee Company _. Dec. 

Moro Flouring Mill Company Dec. 

McKay Creek Irrigation Company Dec. 

Moro Mercantile Company Jan. 

Moore, E. W. Portrait Company July 

Missoula Water Company - ' July 

Mount Baker Development Company— Feb. 

Methodist Episcopal Church of Wallowa Feb. 

Methodist Episcopal Church of Lostine Feb. 

Moro Publishing Company Mar. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South, of 

Klamath Falls Mar. 

Mount Baker Mining Company Mar. 

McMinnville Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation Mar. 

Moro Hall Company— Mar. 

Mistletoe Re be k ah Lodge, No. 25, Inde- 
pendent Order of Odd Fellows 

Methodist Episcopal Church of Lone 

Morris Mercantile Company 

Merchants' Refrigerating Company — 

Monitor Trading Company 

Mount Motiah Hall Company 

Moro Water Company 

McMinnville College 

Maccabee Hall Company t 

Montana Metalurglcal Works 

Matschek, Uaradon and Company 

McPherson-Glmser Company 

Mountain Lion Cold Mining Company- 
Methodist Episcopal Church of Ukiah— 
Marlon Gold and Silver Mining Com- 
pany _ — 

Monarch Gold Mining Company 

Maccabee Building Association 

Methodist Episcopal Church of Knap- 
pa, Oregon 

Nebalem Camp, No. 225, Woodmen of 
the World- 



To engage in manufacturing, etc 

To operate a foundry and repair shops. 

To deal in nsh,game,etc 

To operate and maintain waterworks. 
To carry on a general portrait busi- 
ness 

To conduct a retail drug store r 

For mining purposes 

To conduct an express business 

For mercantile purposes — 

To operate a flouring mill 

For Irrigating purposes 

Supplementary. 
Supplementary. 

For irrigating purposes 

For mining purposes 

For religious purposes 



26,1897 

4,1897 

7,1897 

7,1897 

19, 1898 

12,1898 

22, 1898 

18, 1898 

23,1898 



23, 1898 For religious purposes 

2, 1898 To publish a newspaper, etc 



To maintain a church 

To develop mines, etc 



7,1898 I 
11,1898 

14, 1898 . To conduct a building and loan busi- 
ness 

28, 1898 To build a public hall 



April 22,1898 For mutual relief of members 

April 23,1898 For religious purposes 



May 
May 
May 
May 
June 

June 
July 
July- 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



4, 1898 To engage in merchandising 

9, 1898 To carry on a cold storage warehouse 

12,1898 For mercantile purposes 

26, 1898 To build store buildings, halls, etc 

9,1898 : To maintain waterworks 

16, 1898 For educational purposes 

12, 1898 To own and manage real estate 

18,1898 . For mining purposes 

27, 1898 To manufacture confectionery.etc — 
3,1898 , To deal in liquors, cigars, tobacco, etc.- 

10,1898 For mining purposes 

20, 1898 To maintain a church 



Oct. 20,1898 For mining purposes 

Nov. 21,1898 For mining purposes --— 

Dec. 14, 1898 To build, own and lease public hall*- 



Nov. 26, 1898 For religious purposes 



Northwest Fuel Company 

North Pacific German Mission Confer- 
ence oi the Methodist Episcopal 
Church ~ 



National Iron Works 

North Pacific Church Extension 

Nelson Construction Company 

Northwest Construction Company 

North port Mining and Milling Com- 
pany 



Jan. 
Jan. 



9, 1897 To maintain acemeterv 

23, 1897 To buy and sell fuel, etc 



April 23,1897 For religious purposes- 

May 5, 1897 To make and repair boilers, macbio- 

July 3, 1897 Supplementary. 

Aug. 19, 1897 To operate car lines, etc 

Aug. 21, 1897 Supplementary. 



Sept. 17,1897 To operate mines, etc... 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899 — Continued. 



Place of burint*t. 



Capital stock. 



Incorporators. 



La Grande $ 500,000 C. S. Dun p hey, W. J. Lindsey, J. D. Mathesou. 

Portland 25,000 S. E. Wrenn, B. D.SIgler, W.V.Smith. 

Moro ._ 4,000 | John Daley, D.C. Ireland, William Henricbs. 

Portland 6,000 ' Charles J. H. Malar key, Emily A. Malar key, J. J. O'Connor. 

MarshfleM 80,000 H. Orchard, James H. Flanagan, J. W. Bennett. 

Portland 1,000 E. W. Moore, B. I McNamer, Frank J. Strieblg. 

Portland 4,000 C. Allison, M. Allison, George J.Cameron. 

Portland 100,000 W. 8. Mason, Ed. Ehrman, Harry Beck, Frank Woolscy, 

Charles H. Gay lord, Harry G.Gaylord, Harry Erlich. 

Portland 5,000 Thomas Coeling, Carrie A. Colling, Dell Stuart. 

Myrtle Creek 5,000 : P.T. McGee, Frances J. McGee, H.J.McGee. 

Moro - 10,000 i W.H.Moore, H.A.Moore, R.J.Ginn, J. M. Smith. 

Prineville 500 ! J. B. Vanderpool, J. W.Vanderpool, M. E. Vanderpool. 

Portland _. 250, 000 Tyler Woodard, R. W. Baxter, Rufus Mallory. 

Portland 1,000,000 Henry Hah n, Leo Friede, Henry Stan inlaws ky. 

Wallowa _ _. 800 | G.W.Gregg, R.W.Dougherty, John McDonald, jr , K. A. 

I Holmes. 

Inline 100 i Charles Smith, D. A. Brid well, G.J. Bowman. 

Moro _ 800 ■ H. A. Moore, R.J.Ginn, J. B.Ho&ford.H.S.McDaniel. 

Klamath Falls 709 I G.R.Cooper, S.H.Taylor, John Hunsacker. 

Portland 100,000 ' Henry Hahn, Leo Friede, Henry Stanislawsky. 

McMinnville 40,000 J. D. Baker, Charles P. Nelson, B. F. Rhodes. 

Moro 1,800 . W. H. Moore, L. W. Hunting, W. B. McCoy, E. Peoples, 

George N. Bolton. 

Hardman 50 ■ Emma H. Cunimings, E. S. Cox. Sylva F. Shaner. 

Lone Rock • 400 C. J. Stahl, J. M.Williams, John M.Brown, J. B.Goff, Delia 

■ Goff. 

Xewberg 5,000 F. A. Morris, A. M. Morri*, M. Votau. 

Portland 10,000 Larkin J. Shell, Llewellyn E. Palmer, Raymond L. Palmer. 

Monitor 2,000 , J. P. Shuck, V. Pearl Shuck, W.E.Owen. 

Condon 2,000 I I). S. Brown, I.G.Johnwm, John H.Hudson. 

Moro 7,000 W. H. Moore, William Holder, L. W. Hunting, J. M, Parry, 

1 J. B. Hobford. 

McMinnville 75,000 A. J.Hunsaker, A.C Chandler, J. E.Magers. 

Summerville 600 J. H. Chatten, Dan. McKenzie, M. ulttebrandt. 

Portland 300,000 J. T.Gove, S.Chase, Valentine Brown. 

Portland 20, 000 J.N. Matscbek, F. F. Haradon, H. M. Cake. 

Marshfleld 10,000 H. II. McPberson, F.B.Jackson, Samuel McCarty. 

Portland 1,500,000 L. E. Bourne, Jonathan Bourne, jr., W. H. Brown. 

Ukiah V. A. Boy n ton. T. A. Gllltland, R. E. Sturdevant. 

Salem _. 100, 000 Alonzo Ges>ner, 1). G. Draper, George F. Judd. 

Portland.. 100,000 Andrew Smith, C. A. Robert, M.A.Robert. 

Cove 5,000 II. II. French, Joseph Trippar, H. S.Galloway, C.F.Ken- 
nedy, O. M. Gardner. 

Knappa 200 ! Jonathan 8 wayne, George Abernetby.Nels Haglund. 

Nehalem 600 • Samuel Lundburg, R. Krebs, William H. Neves. 

Portland 1,000 P. B. Whittlesey, T. D. M alone, A. Halstrom. 

Portland 50 J.C. Jahn, Adam Klippel, L. Gaiser, C. A. Preising, J. W. 

Beckley. 

Portland — 1,000 E. M.Oatfield, Carrie.Tenny, George L.Osbom, J. H.Tenuy. 

Portland — 1,000 ! Henry Ackerman, W.F.Nelson, Samuel Herman. 

Portland 1,000,000 J. E. Wolir, L. W. Bail, T. J. Richardson. 



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Northwest Real Estate and Investment 

Company 

Nottingham and Company... — 

New Eagle Tailoring Company 



Sept. 17,1897 i To deal in real estate, etc 

Oct. 20, 1897 To deal in building materials, farm 

produce, etc 

Nov. 6, 1897 To conduct a genu* furnishing and 

tailoring store 

• 
Nov. 11, 1S97 To engage in a real estate business 

Nov. 30,1897 ! To operate railways, etc «. 

Jan. 29, 1898 To deal in real estate 

Feb. 7, 1898 i To operate and maintain a railroad 

Feb. 7,1898 For mining purposes 

Feb. 15,1898 ', For mining purposes 

Feb. 28,1898 For irrigating purposes 

Mar. 5,1898 Supplementary. 

Mar. 15,1898 To maintain an electric power and 
light plant 

Mar. 19, 1898 Supplementary. 

April 12,1898 To operate telegraph and telephone 

lines 

May 6, 1898 , To manufacture and deal in gas, etc. ._ 

June 29, 1898 To deal in and manufacture liquors, 

etc — 

Northwest Theatre Association Aug. 1,1898 To lease and operate theatres 

North Pacific Flour Mills Company Aug. 19,1898 To engage In a general milling bosi- 

1 ness 

Native Sons of Oregon Ang. 22,1898 Mutual benefit of members 



New Hardanger Cooperative Associa- 
tion ___ 

Northern Railway and Improvement 

Company 

Northwest Townsite Company 

Northwest Railway Company 

Northwest Mining Company 

Northern Light Mining Company — 

Nessly Ditch Company— 

Northwest Railway Company — _. 

Newport Electric Power and Light 
Company— 

New Hardanger Cooperative Associa- 
tion 

Northwest Telegraph and Telephone 
Company 



Northwestern Light Company. 
Neckerman and Rogers 



Northwest Copper Company _ 
Nahmint Mining Company. 



New berg Monthly Meeting of Friends 
'-* rch 



Sept. 10,1898 
Oct. 22,1898 ■ 



For mining purposes.. 
For mining purposes.. 



Church — Nov. 3,1898 for religious purposes 



Ontario Gold Mining Company. 
Olben Boom Company 



Jan. 
Jan. 



2,1897 
26,1897 



Oregon Land and Construction Corn- 
pan y 

i 

Olalla Mining Company 

Oregon Gaslight, Heating and Power 
Company 

Oregon Women's Flax and Hemp Fiber 
Association 

Oregon Trading Company 



Jan. 30,1897 

Feb. 3, 1897 

Mar. 1,1897 

Mar. 17,1897 

Mar. 25,1897 



Oregon Women's Flax Fiber Associa- 
tion April 1,1897 

Oregon and Washington Flour Com- 
pany April 19, 1897 

Oregon and Washington Consolidated 
Fruit Company _ May 24,1897 

Oregon City Sanitarium June 26, 1897 

Oregon School Supply House July 6,1897 

Oregon and Washington Fruit Growers' 
Union. July 17,1897, 



For mining purposes 

To maintain a boom 



To do a construction, real estate and 

stock raising business, etc — 

For mining purposes 



To maintain a gas plant 

To grow and manufacture flax, etc.. - 

To do a general warehouse and com- 
mission business 



To grow flax and manufacfure same.. 

To operate flouring mills 

To grow and ship fruit, conduct stores, 

warehouses, etc 

To conduct a private hospital 

To deal in school supplies 

To purchase, sell and ship fruits, etc 



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from January 1, 1897, to January 1. 1899— Continued. 



Place of busttUM*. 



Capital stock. 



Incorporator: 



Portland — — 3 75,000 Sauguel Simon, A. T. Hoggins, Joseph Simon. 

Portland 10,000 , C. W. Nottingham, C.W.Pallett, B.C. Mathews, jr. 

Portland 4, 000 i M . Wein stein, Eva Weinatein, Benjamin Weinstein . 

Toledo 60, 000 Otto Krogstad, 9. Ramtvedt, Ola A. Tweitmore. 

Portland 200, 000 | S. Z. Mitchell, C. N. Hoggins, Frederick V. Holm an. 

liakerCity 110,000 P. Basche, William H. Pack wood, sr. f John L.Rand. 

BakerCHy 110,000 I J. a. Locke, William H.Packwood.sr.John L.Rand. 

BakerClty 110,000 i J.S. Locke, William H. Packwood.sr , John L. Rand. 

Portland 20,000 i H. Waterholter, A. Pederben.C.Schulenburg. 

I a Grande 3, 000 C. W. Newly, C. D. Huffman, R. G. Brown. 



Newport 



3,000 , R. A. Bensell, William Matthews, E. Williams. 



Huntington 3,000 1 J. H. Aitkin, B. L.Stayner, C. J. Millis. 

Portland 100, 000 \ 0. X. Denny, O. G. Leslie, Charles H. Carey. 

Salem «.— 25,000 , F.Neckerman, Fannie Xeckerman, J.P.Rogers, Mary E. 

i Rogers. 
Portland 100 I Cal. Helig, F. O. Downing, C. H. Prescott, John M. Gearin. 

Wasco 50,000 II. P. Isaacs, E. S. Isaacs, John Fulton, W. A. Murchle, W. 

i H. Moore. 

Portland : John C. Leasure, Eugene D.White, John W. Minto, Ralph 

> E. Moody, F. M. Robinson, Ralph W. Hoyt, Claude 
Strahan , Ralph R. Duni way, Arthur L. Frazer.Beniamln 
B. Beekman, Joseph D. Lee, Sol. Blumauer, C. T. Belcher, 
E. H. Thornton, H. C. Wortman. 

Baker City 2,500,000 Edward W. Cornell, Charles F. Hyde, John L. Rand. 

Portland i 100,000 J «. H. Hayes, W. A. Means, John W. Goss. 



Xewberg 

Ontario 

Warrenton 



14,000 t J.S.Smith, Jesse Edwards, Allen Smith, J.C.Colcord,E. 
1 H.Woodward. 
1,000,000 > David Wilson, Robert Balentine,C.W.Nibley. 

1,000 , B.S.Olhen, Perry Olsen, John Anderson, Luther Camp- 
1 bell, Sidney Campbell. 



Portland 

Portland 

Albany 

Portland 



100,000 G. W. Ingalls, O. C. Hunt, Charles W. Hunt. 
100,000 J.G.Day,H.R.Littlefleld,J.G.Day,jr. 

10,000 . F. E. Adams, W.F.Calbraith, Alfred H.Freerkson. 



10,000 I Mrs.W.P.Lord,Mrs.J.C.Card, L.W.Sitton.Mrs.G.M.Pit- 
tock. 

Wasco 10,000 I Ed. M.Williams, W. A. Johnston, George M.Crosfleld, A.O. 

J Sanford , E. O. McCoy. 

Portland 5,000 I Juliet Lord, Jane C.Card, L. W. Sltton, Mrs.G. M. Pittock, 

H. E. Failing. 

Portland 26,000 I D. D. Oliphant, John McCracken, James R.McCracken. 

Portland 30,000 1 W. A. Mansfield, H. P. McGuire, William L. Weatherred. 

Oregon City— 1,000 i George A. Harding, Elmer E.Charman, M. C. 8trickland, 

I J. M. Wells, J. W. Norris, M. D., J. W. Powell. 
Albany - 1,000 S. A. Landes, S. W. Mitchell, W. E. Potter, H. S. Traak. 

Portland 6,000 - a. C. Beach, X.D. Simon, G.K. Bird. 

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ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of Hate 



Date offttina. 



I 



Ft what purpose. 



OppenheimerandBowles,incorporated-| Aug. 2,1897 I 

Aug. 16,1897 1 

Aug. 24,1897 j 

Sept. 1,1897 | 

Sept. 7, 1897 | 

Oct. 19,1897 I 

Nov. 9, 1897 I 

Nov. 10,1897 



Oregon News Company j 

Oregon Red Hills Fruit Company i 

Oregon Sugar Refining Company . 

Oldenburg, Richardson and Nessley Ir- i 
rigating Company 

Oregon Building and Loan Association.; 

Oregon and Alaaka Transportation and 

Trading Company ' 

i 

O'Conner, J. Company ! 



Oregon Wood Company 

Oregon Evaporated Vegetable Com- 



pany . 



Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 
Jan. 



18,1897 

8,1897 

14,1896 
19,1898 



Oregon Mining Improvement Company. 
Oregon Oak Lumber Company 

Oregon-Klondyke Company I Jan. 26,1898 

Oregon Gold Mining Company 

Oregon Sugar Company 

Oregon Ice Company. 



Ocboco Gold Mining Company 

Oregon Gold Extraction Company 

Oregon Dredging and Mining Company. 
Oregon Mercantile Company 

Oregon Iron Fence and Foundry Com- 

Oakes Mercantile Company 

Oregon Placer Mining Company 

Oregon Fuel and Supply Company 



.' Feb. 
I Feb. 
.i Mar. 
1 Mar. 
i April 

.1 June 
1 June 



2,1898 
14,1898 

9,1898 
11,1898 
22,1898 

7,1898 
14,1898 



i June 17, 1898 

. June 20,1898 

1 June 21,1898 

I June 29,1898 



Oregon Lumber Yard. 



I Sept. 6,1898 | 



Occidental Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion 



[ Oct. 4,1898 



Oregon Automatic Telephone Exchange 
Company Oct. 



Oregon State Secular Union I Nov. 

Olympic Athletic Club , Dec. 

Oregon Historical Society | Dec. 

Pacific Furniture Company I Jan. 

Paragon Manufacturing Company ' Jan. 

Pendleton Camp, No. 41, Woodmen of , 

the World ! Feb. 

Portland Investment Company ' Feb. 

Pacific Woolen and Clothing Manufac- ' 
tu ring Company I Mar. 

Portland Mining and Development j 
Contpany... , Mar. 



26,1898 
12,1898 



15,1898 
20,1898 



To engage in the business of manu- 
facturers' agents and merchandise 
brokers 

To carry on a general merchandise 
business 

To produce and export fruit of all 
kinds 

To cultivate sugar beets and manu- 
facture sugar 

For irrigating purposes 

Supplementary. 

To build and operate a line of steam- 
ers between Portland and Alaska 

To carry on a general grocery and 
commission business 

To deal in wood, lumber, etc 

To operate vegetable and fruit evap- 
orators 

For mining purposes 

To manufacture and sell wood ma- 

For mining purposes 

For mining purposes 

To operate a sugar factory 

To manufacture and deal in ice 

To mine gold and silver 

For mining purposes 

To engage in mining 

To carry on a general merchandise 
business ., 

To do a general foundry business 

For mercantile purposes 

To operate mines of all kinds 

To manufacture lumber, wood, elec- 
tricity, etc 

To deal in lumber, building material, 
etc 

To conduct a savings and loan busi- 



To construct telephone and telegraph 

For religious, benevolent and educa- 
tional purposes 

To carry on an athletic club 

[ To collect material relating to history 
l of Oregon 



5,1897 ! 
8,1897 i 



8,1897 
9,1897 



10,1897 
11, 1897 



To manufacture and sell health foods 
j and medicines 

i For the mutual benefit of itemembera. 
i To do a general real estate business, 
j etc 



To operate woolen mills, etc 



I To engage in mining, build railroads, 
I etc 



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Plot* Of ilMHMM. 



I Capital itock. ■ 



Incorporator*. 



Portland ... 
Portlands. 
Rosedale_ 

Portland 

La Grande . 

Portland — 
Portland — 
Portland ._ 



Portland 

Portland 

Oregon City.. 
Portland 



. I f 1, 000 I J. R. Bowles, Solomon Oppenheiraer, George C. Strow. 
2,000 ! Cal. Heilig, George L. Baker, F. O. Downing. 



Leland 

Ijl Grande — 

Portland 

Chicago 

Portland 



Ontario 

Elgin 



Portland 

Mitchell 

Union 



Oregon City 

Pendleton 

Portland ! 



Portland 

8ilverton 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Independence . 

Pendleton 

Portland 



10,000 
760,000 



D. S. Kain, Joseph Gravelle, W. H. Mills. 
Henry Weinhard, E. C. Hochaffel, W. W. Boag. 



70{ L. Oldenburg, A . L. Richardson, J. J. Nessley. 



600,000 J. McCraken. J. C. Ainsworth, E. W. Murphy. 



5,000 
10,000 

2,600 
500,000 

5,000 
600,000 

250,000 

500,000 

1,000 

125,000 

10,000 

8,000 

12,000 

2,500 
15,000 
10,000 

50,000 

10,000 



Charles A. O'Conner, Joseph O'Conner, Charles J. B. 

Malarkey. 
George A. Brodie, George G. Mayger, C. W. Mayger. 



W. B. Roberts, G. P. Russell, J. F. Rinebart. 

William \. Munley, Charles C. Franklin, Fred K. Edwards. 

George B rough ton, C. P. Merrell, R. S. Wood. 

Charles E. Ladd, J. Frank Watson, E. Quackenbush, J. 

Thorburn Ross. 
Rutgers VanBrunt, Walter E. 8ml th, Robert G. Smith. 
David Eccle?,C.W.Nibley,*George Stoddard. 
T. J. Gorman, B. E. Gates, T. 9. Gorman. 
A. T. Griffin, E. A. Kluge,E.V. Johnson. 
G. W. Ingalls, A. T. Caldwell, 8. P. Lee, H. A. Townsend, F. 

McKercher. 
J. T. O'Brien, W. H. Stoyer, F. K. Lyon. 

H. C. Grady, M. Billings, E. E. Crossen, L. D. McArdle. 

A. Walker, R. Huflfechindt, D. McCarty. 

J. H. Oak ea, John L. Holltngshead, I. A.Johnson. 

J. H. Pomeroy,T. H. Crawford, John L. Austiu. 

W. H. Borghardt, J. W. Grout, M. Bollack. 

C. W. Nibley, E. Himebaugh, Frank Light. 



8, 000, 000 Henry Wagner, A. Lee Lewis, Samuel Grisson, J. M. Grass, 
| William Whigham. 



25,000 
100 



H. A. Heppner,Carl Barkman, Thomas K. Muir. 



E. Stewart, Kate DePeatt, L. Ames, Pearl W. Geer, M. P. 
; Hosmer. 
3,000 | George C. Sears, Charles F. Sliter, James Mollett. 

H.W.Scott, F.G.Young, L.B.Coz, Maria L. Myrick, Har- 
riet K. Mc Arthur, James R. Robertson, J. R. Wilson. 



3,000 
1,000 
1,000 
4,000 



D. Rolosky, L. Goldenberg, H. Gertzman. 

F. A. Douty, M. J. Wheeler, J. H. Alexander, W.H.Wheeler. 

G. A. Hartman, H. M. Sloan, T. F. Howard. 
Charles Underbill, Arthur Fellows, Ben L.Clark. 



Portland . 



Portland .« 



100,000 I Lewis Russell, John Eben Young, Charles Coopey. 
4,000 j H.E.Battin,J.P.Marshall.I.Kaufman. 



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Pacific Railroad and Improvement ' 
Company Mar. 18,1897 

Pacific Coast Home Supply Association.' Mar. 19,1897 

Portland and Northwestern Explora- 
tion and Mining Company Mar. 

Plymouth Congregational Church Mar. 26,1897 

Portland Cooperative Association , Mar. 25,1897 

Portland Second Rand Book Store i Mar. 29, 1897 



To operate railroads, street railways, 

i etc. 

To carry on a commission and mer- 
cantile business 



23,1897 , For mining purposes 



Portland Fruit Growers'' Union Mar. 30,1897 



Peoples' Irrigation Company , April 

Pacific Coast Abstract Company May 

Park Irrigation Company ' May 

Pearl Mining Company — June 

Pleasant Valley Cemetery Association.. June 



To maintain a church 

To deal in general merchandise 

To conduct a book and stationery 

I business.., 

To can and preserve fruits and veg- 
etables, ana do a general commis- 

1 sion business 

26,1897 I For irrigating purposes 

11,1897 I Supplementary. 

11, 1897 I For irrigating purposes 

11,1897 I To engage in mining, etc. 

15,1897 I To maintain a cemetery... 



Peoples' Clothing Company... June 18,1897 i To conduct a general clothing store 

Peoneer Morrison 8treet Fuel Com- 
pany June 19,1897 ; To deal in wood, coal and all kinds of 

fuel 



Portland Mining Exchange 



Portland and Alaska Trading and 
Transportation Company 



June 24,1897 



To deal in mines, distribute informa- 
tion regarding mines, etc. 



Aug. 



3,1897 For transportation, mining and mer- 
I can tile purposes 



Potrlmpos Wrecking Company.. 
Pacific Car Coupling Company.. 



Poormans' Prospecting and Mining 
Company 

Pacific Coast Mining and Investment 

Company — 

Pacific Investment Company 

Portland Box Company 



Aug. 18,1897 | To buy, own, sell and build vessels, etc. 

Aug. 26, 1897 I To manufacture, own and lease appli- 
I ances for coupling cars, etc 

Aug. 27,1897' For mining purposes 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Oct. 
Nov. 



Pioneers of the Pacific Nov. 



Portland Mining and Dredging Com- 
pany Nov. 



Pendleton Shoe Store Company.. 
Pierce Farming Company 



Pacific Coast Dredger Mining Com- 
pany 

Pacific Coast Gold, Mining, Milling and 
Developing Company 



Pacific Egg Company 

Pacific Hotel Company 



For mining purposes 

For mining purposes 

To manufacture and sell lumber, 

, boxes, etc. 

26,1897 I To deal in boots, shoes, leather, etc.— 
2, 1897 ' To carry on a general farming busi- 

I ness 

5, 1897 ! To furnish insurance and other bene- 
j fits to its members 



28,1897 
7,1897 I 
14,1897 



22, 1897 i To engage in mining, deal in real es- 
; tate, etc 



Dec. 21,1897 

Dec. 24,1897 

Jan. 11,1898 

Jan. 26,1898 



Portland Hat Company Jan. 26,1898 



For mining purposes 

For mining purposes 

To deal in and preserve eggs, and 
maintain poultry yards 

To carry on a general merchandise 
and hotel business - 

To do a general merchandise boii- 



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Place ©/ busincn*. 



Capital Btotk. 



Incorporator*. 



Portland 96,000,000 G.G.Gammans, Sydney H.Caw»ton, Ernest P.Caweton. 

Portland 80,000 J. R. Greenfield, M. G. A. DuBuisson, George C. Sear* 

Portland 250,000 F. Abraham, John Wagner, Charles Bart ram, ririch 

Zeltfuchs, Alexander Bernstein. 

St. Helens 300 C. C. Philbrook, M. C. Gray, James Spence. 

Portland 3,000 F. A. Bancroft, T. W. Cuthbert, William 8. Weeks. 

Portland 1, 500 ' E. E. Miller. M. J. Brown, Isaac Meyer. 

Portland 1 , COO , J. E. Courtney, J. F. Jaeger, R. W. Henneman. 

Prtneville 7, 500 A. Zell, C. C. Majing. D. F. Steward, I. SIchel. 

Residence of Le wi* Xeal 
in Wallowa county 500 Byron Jones, Thomas Johnson, William Himelwiight. 

Central Point 110,000 , Peter Applegate, William C. Leever, H. M. Kenxie, J. W. 

Merntt. 

Pleasant Valley James Neely, CD. Sexton, William Crowe, James Wright, 

Joseph McCaslln, James McCaslln, J. Rowe, A. Cole, 
James Devaney, George McCormick. 

Portland 3. 000 M. 8. Jacobs, E. A. Jacobs, H. M. Prater. 

Portland 5,000 William F. Hummell, Lycurgus C. Unger, Herman F. 

Gerspacb. 

Portland 2,500 P. K. Durham, 1. W. Pratt, F. K. Arnold, H. W. Monnasters, 

James Jackson, C. L. Kay, E. B. McFarland, J. F. Batchel- 
der, L. L. Hawkins. 

Portland 100,000 H. P. McGulre, E. B. McFarland, J. A. Yoakum, W. W. Mc- 

Gulre, F. B. Jones, W. S. Mason 
Astoria 2,000 Frank R. Stokes, Martin C. Foard, G.O.Moen, A.G.Spex- 

arth. 

Portland 400, 000 John J. Malloy, E. Lyons, R. W. Baxter. 

Portland 100,000 W.E. Jackson, H.D.Ponnay, Richard Ponnav, David Mc- 

Keen, F. W. Urquhart. 

Portland 500,000 F. O. Downing, Lydell Baker, Eugene D. White. 

Portland 500,000 John B. Davis, J. V.Creighton, H.L.Phillips, E.W. Spencer. 

Portland 6,000 William O. Siler, Jacob Slier, James C. Simmons. 

dalem 3,000 , O. E. Krausse, J. R. Krausse, J. W. Lewis. 

Pendleton 50,000 Walter M. Pierce, Henry F. Pierce, Charles M. Pierce. 

Pendleton Frederick W.Parxer, Ceryl J. Whitaker, Max M. More- 
head, James H.Raley. 

Portland 50,000 J. W. Whalley, Cleveland Reck well, C. D. Lounsdale, A. O. 

Eckelson. 

Portland 250,000 S. C. Spencer, S. W. Baird, George C. Durham. 

Grants Pass 1,000,000 , D. F.Strobeck, W.F. Horn, T. P. Judson.C.E. Brown, R.W. 

Prentice, F. E. Perry, Ole J. Olsen. 

Portland 10, 000 J. D. Taylor, C. R. Donnell, E. E. Robinson. 

Portland 4, 100 George P. Dekum, A. M. MacManus, C. E. Shaw, J. B. Liv- 

ingston, William L. Bantam, C. H. Dexter. 

Portland 1 3,000 John Brown, E. A. A. Brown, T.H.McAllls. 



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ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Date of filing. 



For what purpose. 



Portland Rock Company 
Powell Creek Mining Co 
Prineville Jockey Club. 



Pope and Company 

Pacific Trading Company. 



Jan. 



any — 



—I Feb. 
1 Feb. 



- I Feb. 
... Feb. 



31,1808 
1,1898 
19,1898 

19,1898 

21,1898 



To own and operate stone quarries 

To engage in mining, etc 

To maintain a race course, etc 

To engage in the plumbing and hard- 
ware business.. 



To do a real estate, trading and bank- 
ing business 



Portland Turn Vereln Krankenkasse , Feb. 

Pacific Coast Mercantile Company Feb. 

Prometheus Theosophical Society ! Mar. 

Posy Valley Irrigation Ditch Company. Mar. 14,1898 

Portland Granite and Stone Company— , Mar. 

Pomeroy Company Mar. 

Portland Marine Railway and Ship j 
Building Company Mar. 

Portland Meat Company i April 7 



24,1898 

28,1898 | 

8,1898 



21,1898 
23,1898 



Portland Seining Company 

Prineville Telephone Company 

Portland Dry Goods Store - 

Portland-Alaska Transportation Trad- 



ing Company, 
'endlc "• " 



Pendleton Wool Scouring and Packing 

Company 

Pendleton Woolen Mills 

Pacific Lumber Company 

Phoenix Land Company 

Portland Sand and Contract Company- 
Pacific Empire Publishing Company 

Portland Baseball Club ( July 

Portland Shipbuilding Company . Aug. 

Pacific Monthly Publishing Company..' Sept. 
Portland-Nehalem Railroad Company— I Sept. 

Pacific Acetylene Gas Company i Oct. 

Pioneer Woolen Mills Company | Nov. 

Pacific Coast Hotel Company j Nov. 

Peerless Door and Window Check Com- 



For relief of sick members, etc 

For mercantile purposes 

For the benefit of its members, educa- 
tionally, etc 

For irrigating purposes 

To maintain quarries, etc 

To engage in mining 

80,1898 To operate and sell marine railways, 
etc 

To deal in all kinds of livestock and 
| slaughter same 

April 13,1898 To conduct a fishing business 

April 18, 1898 | To operate telephone lines 

April 21,1898 For mercantile purposes 

| April 21,1898 To operate steamboats, railroads, etc 

21,1898 I Supplementary. 

21,1898 i Supplementary. 

3, 1898 To do a general lumbering business 

3, 1898 To engage in the real estate business. 
8,1898 To deal in building materials, do con- 
tracting, etc.- 



April 

April 

May 

June 

June 

July 7, 1898 . To do a general publishing businessll 

For the purpose of playing baseball— 
To do a general ship building busi- 
ness 

To do a general publishing business.. 
To operate railroad and telegraph 

lines 

To maintain a gas plant 

To operate woolen mills, etc 

To carry on a hotel 



pany. 



Dec. 



Rock Hill Cemetery Association ! June 

Roseburg Mining Company I June 

Raymond Creek Mining Company Aug. 

Retail Merchants' and Business Men's 

Protective Association of Oregon Sept. 

Rossland and Dew Park Mining Com- , 

pany Sept. 

Redwood and Railroad Company of 

California Nov. 



8,1898 
13,1898 

9,1898 
19, 1898 

28,1898 
14,1898 
23,1898 

8,1898 

11,1897 

21,1897 
3, 1897 

18, 1897 

1,1897 

4,1897 



Rasmussen and Company Nov. 15,1897 

Rainier Flume and Water Company Dec. 

Ridgefield Mercantile Company Dec. 

Richet Company Jan. 

Ross-Higgins Company April 

Rickreal Hall Association May 



23,1897 
27,1897 

25.1898 
19,1898 



For manufacturing and mercantile 

purposes 

To lay out a cemetery , 

For mining and milling purposes 

To operate mines 

Supplementary. 

Supplementary. 

To deal in redwood timber, construct 
railroads, etc 

To manufacture and deal in building 
materials 

For irrigating purposes 

To engage in a general merchandise 
busln 



To deal in merchandise 

To deal in merchandise 



6, 1898 < To manage a hall . 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899 — Continued. 



Place of burinea*. 



! Capital stock. 



incorporators. 



Portland $ 10, 000 Charles Ri vears, Richard C. Hart, James D. Hart. 

>Ion mouth 16,000 i J. H. Haw ley, E.M.Corbus, H.B.Plummer, B.F.Mulkev, 

Mneville 1,000 J. H.Templeton, George O'Neil, J. W.8mRh,Ed. N.White, 

D.N.Liggett. 

Oregon City. 10,000 Thomas A. Pope, Charles W. Pope, F.T.Griffith. 

Portland 60,000 

I'ortland 3,000 

Portland 1,500 

Portland 830 

P airway 900 

Portland. 25,000, w 

I'ortland 5,000 ! J. H. Pomeroy, Albert H. Ackerman, Henry Ackerman. 

Portland | 275,000 Frank B.Clark, D.Alexander Wassam, Charles Lawson. 

Portland 10,000 

Portland 6, 000 

Prineville 600 

I'ortland 10,000 

Portland 8,000 

I 

Tillamook 10, (X* 

Portland 1,000 

i'ortland 4,000 

Portland 1,260 

Portland 1,000 

I'ortland i»,000 

Portland 5,000 

Portland , 100,000 

Portland 25, 000 

Portland 10, 000 

Portland 5,000 

Moro 2,500 

J obanon 

•aeburg 200,000 

Portland 50u,000 



Donald Mackay, Edward T.Williams, William 1). Wheel- 
wright. 
August Berz, n. Han no, Harry Schoof. 
i H. S. Holmes, R. D. Yeiser, R. K. L. Simmons. 

Martha E. I m bod en, Laura D. Dart ee, Walter A. Denton. 
J.R.Fulp, J. W. Bloom, David Clark, H. H. Grubb, R. H. 
i Boyles. 
John W.Goss, Edward W. Bingham, Clarence A.Avery. 



I Frank Bruhn, Herman Smith, J. M. Miller, A. M. Miller. A. 

K.Gebhardt. 
i W. i .'. Haseltlne, Charles A. O'Connor, John Sand&trom. 
! T. M. Baldwin, M. A. Moore, William Wurzweiler. 
S. C. Armitage, J. F. D. Winkle, George D. Greene. 

R. W. Lewis, L. A. McNary, H. 0. 8tickney. 



, II. G. Davis. < \. W. TeflX, L. H. Brown, W. II. Cooper. 
W. H. Grindstaff, R. G. Ashley, C. II. Chance. 

J. R. O'Neil, John D.Drew, A. Hamilton. 

C. E.8. Wood, Lischen M. Miller, Frances E.Gotshall, John 

Gill.B.B. Beekman. 
G. B. Borchers, Arthur Devere, Ivan Hu mason. 

James Olsen, Charles M. Nelson, C. Honnes. 

Lischen M. Miller, William Bittle Wells, B. B. Beekman. 

R. V. Pratt, J. Thorburn Row, E. A. Winstauley. 
C. M. Idleman, O. H. Schwichtenberg, B. B. Turtle. 
Fred Carter, Charles Henry Carter, William Walker. 
W. A. Gainger, E. W. Peck, J. T. Mc3hane. 



A. C. San ford, Joseph B. Mouisor, O. P. Hulse. 

A. P. Blackburn, John W.Wilson, C. D. 8teen, Edgar C. 

Nichols, A. G. Williams, Grant Dodge, Frank Leslie. 
R. 8. Sheridan, H. W. Miller, E. McBroom. 
E. E. Merges, William H. Street, Frank E. Derby. 



To rt land 



Portland 

Rainier 

Portland 

I'ortland 



kreal 1 



2,500,000 I John McCracken, John R. Foster, R.L.Durham, Charles 
■ F.Beebe, Phil. Metschan, W.S.Mason. 

6,000 J. P. Rasmussen, Mathias Johnson, M.J. Higley. 
2, 000 Dean Blanchard, W. J. Deitz, J. Silver. 

5,000 E. L. Thompson, F.H. A lliston, J. L.Simpson. 
10, 000 Mary Richet, Frank Rlchet, Thomas E. Richet. 
15,000 J. E. HfKgins, J.F.Ross, H. C.Thompson, E. Z. Ferguson, 
C. B. Haraden. 
f>00 , Henry B. Thlelsen, It. F. Lucas, Willis Simon ton. 



L_ 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



IftUe of filing. For what purpoat. 



Reghltto Gardening and Trading Com- 
pany May 

Robinson and Company, Hatters ' July 

Raven Gold Mining Company — Nov. 

Ricker Ditch Company i Nov. 

Silver Eagle Mining Company Jan. 

Santiam Placer Mining Company Jan. 

Southern Oregon Fair Association Jan. 

Sheep Ridge Water Ditch Company Jan. 



St. Ann Company Jan. 

St. John's Cemetery Association Jan. 



21, 1898 To engage in farming and gardening.. 

14, 1898 To deal in hats, caps, clothing, etc 

7, 1898 For mining and milling purposes 

19, 1898 For irrigating purposes 

2,1897 For mining purposes 

2, 1897 , For mining purposes 

11, 1897 To manage a county fair, etc 

27,1897 To furnish water for irrigating and 
' domestic purposes 



27,1897 For mining purposes 

30,1897 i To maintain a cemetery. 



Sweet Home Cemetery Association Mar. 15, 1897 ' To maintain a cemetery. 

Stuart Brothers Company Mar. 19, 1897 ' To engage in a real estate business 

Summer Educational Association April 7,1897 ! For educational purposes 

Salem and Suburban Railway Com- , i 

pany April 7,1897 To own and operate railways 



Sardine Creek Hydraulic Mining Corn- 
Supreme Forest, Woodman Circle 



South Tacoma Mining Company- 
Sunset Mining Company 



Scotts Mills Development Company. _ 



Seven Devils Mining Company 

St. John's German Evangelical Church. 
St. Peter German Congregational Church 
Star Logging and Lumber Company ... 
Seven Devils Transportation Company. 



Steele Irrigation Ditch and Water Com- 
pany 

Sumpter and Bourne Railway Company. 



St. Stephen's Sunday School Guild 

Sixth Street Public Bowling Alley 
Company . 

Seven Devils Anaconda Copper Com- 



pany . 

Seaside Lumber Company.. 



April 12,1897 For mining purposes 

April 18,1897 For benevolent and insurance pur- 
poses 



April 26,1897 ! For mining purposes 

April 28,1897 For mining purposes 



May 7,1897 



Snipes Kinersly Drug Company 

Spaulding, Charles K. lagging Com- 
pany 

Sommer-Levy Mercantile Company 

Sumpter Mercantile and Warehouse 
Company 



Salmon River Toll Road Company 

Skaguay and Lake Bennett Tramway 
Company 



May 
May 
May 
May 
Juue 



June 
July 

July 

July 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



8,1897 
15,1897 ; 
15,1897 
24,1897 
14, 1897 

21,1897 
15, 1897 

24, 1897 

27,1897 

4,1897 
11, 1897 

14, 1897 

17,1897 

21,1897 

2,1897 | 

4,1897 I 

5,1897 



To prospect for coal and other min- 

For mining purposes 

For religious purposes 

For religious purposes 

To conduct a general logging business. 

To engage In a general transportation 

business . 



For irrigation purposes 

To construct and operate railroads, 
etc 



13,1897 
20,1897 
22,1897 
22,1897 



Salem Chamber of Commerce Nov. 

Smith Distributing Company Nov. 

Smead Fruit Farm Association Dec. 

Strowbridge Paint and Oil Company— Dec. 

Scotts Mills Development Company Jan. 7,1898 . Supplementary, 



For religious purposes 

To maintain a bowling alley 

To operate mines 

To carry on a general lumbering 
business 

To engage in a general drug business. 

For the purpose of logging, lumber- 
ing, etc 

To deal in merchandise 

To conduct a mercantile and ware- 
house business 

To maintain a toll road 

To operate railroads, telegraph Hoes. 

To conduct a chamber of commerce.. 

For mercantile purposes.. 

To grow fruit 

To deal in paints, oils, etc — 



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INCORPORATION 

from J an nary 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899— Continued. 



Pt«C* 0/fr«Mfo«M. 



Capital stock. I 



Incorporator; 



Sherwood 

Portland 

Baker City 

Vale 

Portland 

Portland 

Medford 



Wallowa ! 

Portland 

Blaine | - 

Sweet Home , 

Astoria 

Newport 1 

Salem -_ 



$ 3,000 i D. Reghitto, Andrew Brasesco, Angelo Cregbnio. 
4, 500 F. G. Huffman, F. N. Pendleton, W. W. Robinson. 
87,600 , Edwin Simpson, James A. Panting, James F. Ferguson. 
2,000 i F.M.Ricker,G.H.Ricker,A.Robbtns. 
1,000,000 F. A. Knapp. William Jones, F.R. Strong. 
50,000 William S. Phelps, E.J.Jaeger, Edgar J. Daly. 
5,000 A.S.Bliton, J. A. Whitman, l.L. Hamilton, J.W.Lawton. 

400 F. A. Lukins, James L. Hammock, Riel M.Cook, Jay Lewis, 
L. P. McCubbin. William L. McCubbln. 
100,000 Henry Hewett, Dixwell Hewett, E. B. William. 

A. R. Moon, A. W. Quick, George A. Mowers, V. Sears, Harry 

Patterson, William Lynch, E Lynch, J.K.Dillon, J.T. 
Moon. 
Oren Bennett, William H.Cox,George McMillen, Samuel 

S.Cox, Fred C. Krueger, George W. Carter. 
D. M. Stuart, L. Stuart, jr., D. K. Warren, J. E. Higgins, A. L. 

Ross. 
J. U. Bayley, R. A. Ben sell, W. L. Davis, S. G. Irvin. 



75 

10,000 

4,000 

6,000 



E. P. McCornack, Franklin R. Anson, F. H. Page, D. S. Tut- 
hill. 



Denver, Colorado ... 
Omaha, Nebraska... 



80, 000 M. G. Waybrlght, C. J. Pfusch, A. E. Wace. 



Taeoma .. 
Portland . 



Scotts Mills 

Baker City — a. 

New Era 

Mink 

Portland 



Hnntington . 
Canon 



Sumpter 1 

Portland — 

Portland ' 

Baker City 



Seaside 

Dalles City — 



500,000 
1,000,000 



600 

100,000 

76 

500 

25,000 

100,000 

250 

100,000 

25 

500 

1,000,000 

20,000 
7,500 



Joseph C. Root, William O.Rodgers, Mary J. II use, Ruby 

H. Root, G us taf A.Welse, George C.Thompson, George 

8. Colt, George H. Fitchett. 
G. H.Gilman, Oscar Oth, Charles D. Atkins. 
Wiley B.Allen, Thomas McCunker, H. W.Goddard, George 

A. Heidiuger, J. £. Whitney, E. C. Goddard, William M. 

Cake. 

' Thomas Scott, S. D. Adkins, G. A . Bennett. 

Herman Fuchs, Isaac Balls, Adolf Neuberger. 
i William Gutperlet, Peter Engel, John Mohsan. 
1 Jacob Steiner, Jacob Crossmuller, Lonhard Landeck. 

W. B. Ayer, J. H. Peterson, 8. B. Linthlcum. 

j C. J.Millis, J. S.Locke, John L. Rand. 

George Steele, W. H. Foreman, W. N. Wilson. 

1 B.L.McLain, J. H.Clark, Thomas McE wen, Arthur Phil- 
brick. 
J. W. Whalley, Horace D. Ramsdell, T. J. Gelsler. 

i E. Goldman, H.S. Moody, C.H. Logus. 

Moses Fuchs, A. E. Beard, Charles F. Hyde. 

; Herbert F. L. Logan, S. H. Maddock, Frank Spittle. 
, H.M.Beale,T. A. Hudson, W.H.Wilson. 



Newberg .„ 
Elgin 



80,000 
10,000 



Charles K. Spaulding, William McLaughlin, B. C. Miles. 
M. S. Levy, J. D. Sommer, Leon Levy. 



Sumpter 

Grande Ronde. 



20, 000 A. S. Blowers, Ed. W. Copner, L. N. Blowers. 
10, 000 William Baxter, G. T. Baxter, P. A. Baxter. 



Portland. 

Salem 

Portland . 
Blalock-. 



Portland . 



250,000 ! Harry E.Battln,Ensley A.Webster, Henry C. Ash, George 
H. Durham. 
800 George P. Hughes, James M. Kyle, J. H. Albert. 
1,000 I Nelson Smith, Almeda Smith, A. 8. Smith. 
50, 000 C. R. Smead, George E. Chamberlain, W. E. Thomas. 

800 Dave H. Strowbridge, Frederick H. French, Birdel Strow- 
bridge. 



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ARTICLES OF 

Filed In the office of tho secretary of state 



Name. ' DmU of filing. Far what purpose. 

Supreme Camp of the Union Knights > 

of Liberty of the World Jan. 7,1896 For charitable, patriotic and social 

. purposes 

Skagway Brewing Company 1 Jan. 15,1898 To conduct a general brewery busi- 



ness . 



pany ' Jan. 24,1898 For mining and milling purposes. _ 

" " ' *— "* ™ ^ atloi 



Security Gold Mining and Milling Com 

pany , _.-. 

St. Joseph Academy . i Jan. 24,1898 For educational purposes 

Salem Chamber of Commerce ' Jan. 24,1897 Supplementary. 

Sumpter Stage and TransporUon Com- 
pany 1 Jan. 25,1898 , To operate stage lines 

Stevenson Lumber Company j Feb. 5,1898 To do a logging and lumbering busi- 

I | ness 

Feb. 8,1898 For mining purposes 



Soda Springs Mining Company. 
Skamania Lumber Company 



Feb. 26,1898 • To carry on a general lumber busi- 
i ness 

Mar. 8, 1 898 To do a general real estate business... 
Mar. 8, 1898 . To construct a line of railroad 



Sterling Land Company 

Snake River Valley Railroad Company 
Stlckeen Townsite and Improvement 

Company _ j Mar. 5,1898 To deal in real estate, lay out the 

same into lots, etc 

Stavion Telephone Company Mar. 18,1898 To build and operate telephone lines. 

Swedish Aid Society I Mar. 29,1898 For mutual benefit of members 

Skamania Logging Company i April 4,1898 To do logging and lumbering busi* 

i ness 

Southern Oregon Cooperative Associa- ■ 
tiou I April 5,1898 To engage in farming, milling, lum- 
bering, etc 

Sunny Side Fruit Company April 5,1898 Supplementary. 

Sumpter Hardware Company , April 16,1898 « To conduct a general retail hardware 

| store 

St. Francis College and Academy May 6,1898 Foi educational purposes 

Suake River Irrigation Company May 9,1898 For irrigating purposes 

St. Elizabeth Hospital- May 23,1898 To maintain a hospital, etc 

Sherman County Lumber and Wood 

Company May 25,1898 To deal in lumber, building materi- 

s, e 

Snow Creek Irrigation Company , May 28,1898 ' For irrigating purposes 

sburteand Weir Company ' June 22,1898 , For mercantile purposes 

Starke y Assembly, No. 127, United Arti- 



sans i July 8,1898 For benevolent, charitable and lit- 

I erary purposes » 

Silverton Mining Company July 11,1898 For mining purposes 

Spring Lake Irrigation and Improve- 
ment Company.. ; Aug. 1,1898 For irrigation purposes, etc 

Silver Creek Electric Power Company.. 1 Aug. 10,1898 | To operate an electric power station, 

Sore n sen Lumber Company 1 Aug. 11, 1898 To do a general lumbering busineas — 

Summer Lake Irrigation Company Aug. 13,1898 ' For irrigation and manufacturing 

purposes, etc 

Silver Lodge, No. 21, 1. O. O. F Aug. 20, 1898 | Mutual relief of members 

Sherwood Mining Company Aug. 20,1898 i For general mining purposes 

Summervi tie, Blue Mountain and Walla 

Walla Railway Company I Sept. 10,1898 To construct and operate railroads 

Sumpter Water Company _.' Oct. 21,1898 j To maintain general waterworks 

Saint Louis Irrigating Ditch Company— 1 Oct. 24,1898 i For irrigation purposes 

Sugar Pine Company Nov. 22,1898 ' To deal in timber lands, manufacture 

lumber, etc . 



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from Jaooary 1, 1897, to January 1, \bW — Continued. 



ru*t >jf 4k <»!»• . 



I Vapttat <(<• '■ 



Rus>ellvil]e | 5 

Skagway ** 

For! .and . 



Pendleton - -— ,-^ 



1, 000 Louis E. Bprloger, Henry W. I.ang T Ratio Gable. 

;.,'.'"!■ \\\ Matlock. W. F.Matlock, H. L. Bwaggart. 

1 , 000. 000 W> W. Spudding, A.M. Molten, L. C, Dillman. 

30, 000 Mary E. Ileltenbender, Christina E, tie holler, Veronica r. 
role. 



ft gpp t f — ^ — - . 



Portland ** 
Ash) and.. _ 



Portland - 

FnrttaBd *. 

t\ inland „ 



Portland . 



Slay ton 

Portland __ 



8 .000 J . J . Fisher. L. Pat ten , U . W . Pe rk 1 ns , Fred Freeman .David 

COp-pibg 

900 I E, Hayes, James C, Stuart, Fred W. Graves. 
60,000 I B 2' l;^H.-r, H< F, R^eser, G, W,Pennebaker, D. V. Saow- 
gooae, JLJ,Reeser T 

10. 000 1 George St. Clair Segur, John Man a! ug, John V<Creigbton. 
10,000 J. W.Blain, W. A.Grindstaft;c, 11. Chance. 
1,000,000 \W R. Keaaedy, W. W. Cotton,. P. N. Teal. 



Portland . 



I 
irtnini.n -jl.1 26,000 A. C. Going, W.G.McPberaon, Thomas DufiV, A r L. Upsou, 

ILCtComitock, 

_| 150 G. B. Tmwk, A, L. Shreve, EL E. Porter, 

«•■. 250 John p H Wjstrand,A.P,Glbi-oa,J. Ingram,Sven Peterson, 

E. 11. tlaiseue, K. M. Paulson, 

__: jj; 10,000 Frank Klernan, Jamen Brown, Theodore 3, Wells. 



Ph-i nix . 



La Grande.. 
BwkerCUy- 



Ba ker tf ty— ^ 

Ba k t*T City. 



Bit ten 

Arlington ,. - 



4,800 1 A.J. Stevens. C. K. Keld, 1L M. Cbaraberlin, I>. M. Brower, 
Nils Ahlstrom 4 



7.500 
20.000 

3,000 



3.000 I 

2,000 
15,000 



Joseph palmer J. W.Scriber.J. I). Slater. 

Sister Mary < upcrtina, titter M* Poly carp, Sister Mary 

Fcranao. 
F, Haw he, Nat. Cooper, F. L> Moore, 
lister Mary PhUomena, SUter Mary Germatne, 3r. Mary 

Anacleia, 



A . E > Lak e t < 1 eorge ^ V, J oh as toa , T. II . Job n ston , W . L, V a r> 

derpool. 
Tbumaa Arnold, William F, Fry reaf> Henry W.Carlin. 

lib. 



E. P. Weir.C. A. Shurte, Emma J, Goldsmith 



Starkey 

Marion 



Klamath Falls H 



Baker City 

Astoria -„* 



Ana River, Lake county. 

Si \ v erton . _. ,_ _ 

Portland mi ^ rttmmm 1 

Vnton _^ „-— „ ' 

Bumpier _—. ' 



Tale 

M-.lford.. 



500 Frank E. Wllhelm. James Br Igaa, Thomas Loflu*. 
10,000 O. A. Phelps, A. E. Smith, F.M Brooks. George Cusiter, G. 
W. Palmer. J. C. Wolf, M. A. MeCorkle, L. W.GuiBs, E, C. 
Patlon, F.K, Anson. 

10,000 Ohed Short, James W. J ory. Charles Jory. 

15.000 Joseph O. Engti*h T J, T, English, F. S. flatllle, 
fi.000 N. P.SoreuJrtfii, W. 3. Kinney. W. F. McGregor. 

10.000 Wi 11. Boil*. Ih B, Dafur. G C. Hatcalasoa, 
3. 000 H, PlUfwraU, T, \\\ Riches. C, W : . Younggrea. 
2f>,000 William Macbeth, R.F.Ayre% A Itar-S week. 

2, COO, 000 P. J Tsylor, F. A . Paddock. J. L. St ^n'. 

a, 000 J- J. Fiaher, A. Uilter, H, J, Crouse, W, 1L Gleason. K. A. 

Case. 
1. 000 Heary C, M array, George E, Bennett, Kli S« Smith. 

4. 000 Maggie 1 i ray , R. A, Proud foot, Charles H, Pierce. 



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ARTICLES OF 

Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Dot* o/JUtng. 



For Hkat jMifpoM. 



Silver Lake Irrigation Company 1 Dec. 5,1898 j For irrigating purposes.. 



Salem Benevolent Institute 

St. Charles Hotel Company 

Tillamook Opera House Company... 
Tribune Publiahing Company 



Third Street Theatre 

Toledo Lodge, No. 108, 1. 0. 0. F._ 
Trullingex Wharflng Company.. 



Thermopylae Lodge, No. 50, K. of P 

Tillamook Water Company 

Tenderfoot and Trail Gold Mining 

Com; any 

Tillamook Tug Company 

Triad Mining Company 

Tribune Printing Company 

Twin Sisters Gold Mining Company — 

The Dalles Crystal Ice Company 

Terwillinger Land Com pan y 

Tillson-Bartlett Grain Company 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar. 

, April 

I April 

April 

May 

May 

i June 

I July 

I Sept. 

Dec. 
. Feb. 

Mar. 

I April 
Aug. 



5,1898 
19,1898 | 

6,1897 
25,1897 ' 

21,1897 , 
26,1897 . 
28,1897 i 
I 
17,1897 , 
29,1897 I 

17, 1897 

20.1897 , 

4.1897 ' 
IS, 1897 ! 

8.1898 I 

17.1898 ' 
9, 1898 i 

10,1898 



For benevolent purposes 

To engage in a general hotel business. 

To deal In real esiate,etc — 

To do a general printing and publish- 
ing business 

To lease and operate theatres 

Mutual relief of its members 

To deal in real estate, erect wharves. 

Mutual relief of members 

To maintain waterworks, etc 

For mining purposes.. 



Trout Creek Flume and Mill Company. ( Oct. 14,1898 
Union Woolen Mill Company Feb. 28, 1897 



To operate steamboats and tugs 

To operate mine* 

To conduct a general printing business 

To operate mines, etc 

To manufacture ice, etc 

To do a real estate business 

To deal in grain, do a warehouse 

business, etc 

To construct a flume, deal in real es- 
tate, etc 

For manufacturing purposes 



Union Telephone Company 

Union Fisherman's Cooperative Pack- 
ing Company 1 Mar. 16,1897 

United Wheeling Association May 11, 1897 



Mar. 8,1897 t To operate telephone lines.. 



Supplementary. 

To advance the Interests of wheel- 



Umatilla Publishing Company July 2,1897 ' To publish a newspaper. 



Union-Baker Mining Company , July 

Union Lumber Company 8ept. 

United Workmen Benefit Degree Lodge, | 

No. 1 - 1 Nov. 

Union Ticket Agency 1 June 

Union, Cove and Valley Railway Corn- 
Union Warehouse Company 

Union, Cornucopia and Eastern Rail- 
way Company 

Union Investment Company 

Union County Abstract Company 

Union, Cornucopia snd Eastern Trans- 
portation Company 



12,1897 
8,1897 



17,1897 
14,1898 



I To operate mines 

! For manufacturing purposes 

For benefit of members 

To exchange railway and steamship 
tickets, etc 



Union Mercantile Company 

Virginia Consolidated Mining Com- 



Vale Milling Company 

Victory Placer Mining Company of 

Oregon 

Victor Sand 8tone Company 1 



June 
June 

Sept. 
Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



24,1898 
80,1898 

2,1898 
24,1898 



To build a railroad. 



To conduct warehouses, etc 

To construct and operate railways 

To do a general real estate business, 
borrow money, etc. . 



6,1898 | To do an abstiact business 

19, 1898 To construct railroad and telegraph 
lines 



17, 1898 For mercantile and milling purposes. 

24, 1897 For mining purposes 

26,1897 : To operate a flouring mill 

Mar. 6,1897 I To operate silver mines 

June 4,1897 To quarry and sell Btone 



Vale Electric Light Company , June 1,1897 



Victor Gold Mining Company- 
Vigilantes, The 



, Sept. 
Mar. 



Virtue Consolidated Mines Sept. 

Willamette Exceptor Company Jan. 



1,1897 
12,1897 



19, 1898 
6,1897 



To maintain and operate an electric 
light plant... 



For mining purposes . 

The maintenance of a fraternal and 
beneficial society 

For mining purposes.. 



To manufacture and sell excelsior 



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IN'CORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899— Continued. 



Ftac* of btutne—. 



I Capital ttoek. 



/fl QOTpOTfLtOT9 • 



Silver Lake $ 100,000 James M. Small, Gilbert B.Wardwell, James M. Martin, 

' Francis M. Chrism an. 

Salem 1 , 000 G. B. Collett, 8. 8. Collett, A . G. Coss, Grace Collett. 

Portland 40, 000 I C. T. Belcher, J. F. Davis, 8. Chase. 

Tillamook | 1, 500 | Abe J. Cohn, C. E. Reynolds, John Barker. 

Portland , 60,000 \ Robert Glen, Fred A. Dunham, H. £. Joyce. 

Portland 1, 000 Cal . Heilig.F. O. Downing, George L Baker. 

Toledo ! 600 . T.P. Fish,C.B.Crosno,J.S.Gaither. 

Astoria ' 15,000 , 8. G. Trullinger, T. 8. Trullinger, W. L. Trullinger. 

Grants Pass ' 600 I Jacob Moss, J D.Stlnebaugh, E.C. Dixon. 

Tillamook • 20,000 . H. Orchard, C. A. Doty, B. L. Eddy. 

Portland 1, 000, 000 Jonathan Bourne, Jr., James 8. Wyatt, W. H. Brown. 

Tillamook 1 10, 000 ' A. H. Malaney, John R. Malaney, W. A. Johnson. 

Portland .500,000 Charles E. Warrens, Marion Stoops, R.A.Hill, M.C.George. 

Portland j 10,000 | H. W. Ron nd tree, Robert Gleu, A. H. Ballard: 

Portland 100,000 Thomas K. Muir, L. A. McNary, E. E. Merges. 

The Dalles 8, 000 | Joseph Falco, F. Mathieu, Ben Wilson. 

Portland j 75, 000 E. B. Williams, H. Terwlllinger, F. J. Richardson. 

Salem ' 6,000 I Edward W. Tillson, W. C. Tillson, John J. Bartlett. 

Portland | 80, 000 j Joseph Gaston, W. W. Green, H. D. Chapman. 

Union 20,000 J. H. Hutchinson, A. E. Eaton, W. R. Hutchinson. M. Tar- 
ter, H. C. duse wind, J. M. Carroll, Samuel Truesaale. 

Tnion i 5, 000 J. M. Carroll, E. W. Davis, T. H . Crawford. 



Portland 

Pendleton— . 

Baker City.. 
Wasco 

Portland 

Portland — 

Cove 

Wasco 



Union . 



Portland 

Union 






H. H. Northup, F. W. Leadbetter, George F. Holman, Henry 

Goodman, R.W. Hoyt, L. L. Hawkins, J. W. Singletary. 
2, 000 John F. Adams, C. A. Barrett, J. E. Bean, R. Alexander, T. 

W. Ayen«, jr. 
• 1, 000 A. Edgar Beard, J. F. Phy , A. L. Beard. 
8,000 L.Clark, A. D. McDonald, John Medler. 

170 William Reld, Charles W. Cottel, Herman Claussenius. 

2, 000 E. Thompson, C. W. Thompson, F. Bollam. 

250,000 , E.P.McDaniel,J.F.Phy,P.J.Taylor. 
12,000 ' E.O. McCoy, V.C. Brock, John Medler. 



8, 000, 000 < P. J. Taylor, J. L. Story, James 8. Paddock. 

20,000 ! C. E. Brown, M. Billing*, Frederick A. French. 
4, 000 i H. H. Wilcox, W. H. Giften, Mabel Wilcox. 



Portland 

Newberg 

Baker City - 
Vale 



8,600,000 ' S.C. Spencer, B. B. Tuttle, Joseph Johnson, Charles N. 
i Scott, Lee Tung Yin. 
15, 000 i F. A. Morris, M. F. Hamilton, N. C. Christensen. 



160,000 
8,000 



Roseburg i 5,000,000 

Chitwood I 10,000 

Vale 2,000 

Portland 1, 000, 000 

Portland ' 600 

Baker City ' 100, 000 

Oregon City ! 5,000 



David Keith, Thomas McEwen, F. W. Christopher, John 

Vass, James X. Ferguson. 
M. G. Hope, J. N. Fell, D. C. Wells, C. W. Mallett, C. H. 

Brown. 

William H. Taylor, J. M. Stevenson, C. A. Sehelbrede. 
W. E. Mumpower, L. D. Mum power, J. J. Hatton, J. W. 
Watts. 

James N. Fell, M.G. Hope, A. W.Glenn. 
Peter Hobkirk, W. T. Jacobsen, C. B. Askew. 

F.J.McHenry, R.W.Hoyt, Dan J. Moore, D.M.LaMoree, 

E. M. Linden. 
O. G. Labaree, t J. E. Gault, C. H. Thompson. 
George B rough ton, H. H. Johnson, A. W. Howard. 



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ARTICLES OF 
Filed in the office of the secretary of state 



Date of filing. 



For what purpose. 



Walker Brothers . Mar. 16,1897 , 



Willamette Lodge, No. 96, 1. 0. 0. F 

Washington Investment Company 

Woodard and Company, C. H. incorpor- 
ated 



Woodberry-Slooan Mining Company — 



Western Novelty Company.. 



April 5,1897 
April 24,1897 ( 



To do general building and construct- 
ing 

Mutual relief of members 

To deal in real estate, etc 



April 24,1897 ! To deal in surgical instruments and 

i physicians' supplies 

May 7,1897 For mining purposes 



Webfoot Planter Company May 

Western Clay Manufacturing Company. | May 
Wead Hardware Company May 



May 7,1897 



8,1897 
16,1897 | 
22,18»7 I 



Willamette Boating Club.. 



-J May 28, 1897 



For manufacturing and selling toys* 
etc. . . _^_, 

To do anureerybuslnesa.etcr 

For manufacturing purposes 

To conduct a general merchandise- 
business 

For athletic purposes 



Willamette Savings and Loan Assoeia- ' 
Woodman"~Bui1ding Company — ~ I Aug. 



27,1897 
5,1897 



Wade, R.M. and Company.. 



15,1897 
27,1897 , 

21.1897 | 

14.1898 I 
2,1898 

Wrangel Commercial Company | Feb. 14, 1898 | 



Nov. 

Western Contract Company i Nov. 

Webb, C. P. and Company j Dec. 

Woodburn Mop Company Jan. 

Western Alaska Navigation Company..' Feb. 



Supplementary. 

To erect a public hall and store build- 
Supplementary. 
To do a commission and brokerage 

business 

To conduct a saloon 

To manufacture and sell mops 

To construct and operate water craft. 

etc 

To do a mercantile business and op- 
erate vessels, etc 



16,1898 . 
19,1898 | 

22,1898 ' 
28,1898 I 

9,1898 
18,1898 . 



July 
July 



14,1898 
18,1898 ; 



1 Sept. 10,1898 Supplementary. 



West Shore Mills Company . Feb. 

Win&low and Company, C.R | Feb. 

I 

Warren Packing Company Mar. 

White Stamp and Seal Company j April 

Wlnnifordand Wall Company : June 

White Cross Society June 

Willamette Fruit Company 

Womans' Flax Fibre Association 

Western Warehouse Company 

Washington Cooperative Life. Insur- 
ance Association 

Womans' Homeopathic Aid Assoc! a 
tion 1 Nov. 12,1898 l 

Westfall Opera House Company ■ Dec. 8,1898 I 

Wakeman and Morse Transfer Com- < 

pany j Dec. 16, 1898 I 

Young's Grocery 8tore April 28,1897 

Yick Xoung Company , Aug. 10, 1897 

Yukon Dredging and Milling Com- • 

pany Aug. 12,1897 

Yukon Transportation Company Aug. 12,1897 

Yukon Cooperative Transportation ' 
Company Sept. 8, 1897 

Yukon and California Consolidated 

Mining Company 

Yukon Transportation, Dredging and 

Mining Company 

Yorkshire Mining Company. 



Supplementary. 
To deal in rube 



rubbers, boots and shoes, 
eic _ 

To do a canning and packing business. 
To manufacture seals, rubber stamps, 

etc. 

To do a general commission business. 
For relief of soldiers 



July 12, 1898 ' To deal in fruits, operate evaporators, 

Supplementary. 

To conduct warehouses and grain 
elevators , 



To maintain a hospital 

To conduct an opera house 



I To do a general livery business.. 

' For mercantile purposes 

■ General merchandise business.... 



: For mining and milling purposes 

i To do a general transportation bufil- 



To do a general transportation busi- 
ness .. ._ . ..— 



.. Sept. 9. 1897 , For mining and milling purposes—. 



Oct. 
Dec. 



30,1897 
22,1897 



i To do a transportation business, etc.— 
j For mining purposes — 



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INCORPORATION 

from January 1, 1897, to January 1. 1899— Continued. 



Plac* o/ buttn*—. 



Capital ttoek. 



Incorporator: 



Portland . 
Newberg . 
Portland . 



6, 000 George Wal ker, D. C. Burnt, Dell St uart. 
900 L. M. Parker, 8. M. Calkin*. J. C. Colcord. 
10,000 Edward flolman, Isaac Fogel, Fred Fortmiller, W.J. Hol- 
man. 



Portland 6, 000 C. H. Woodard, E. D. Woodard. R. W. Wilbnr. 

Portland 100,000 R. Livingstone, George Good, William Macmaster, Zera 

Snow, William M.Whidden, T.I. Armstrong, F. H. Ho|>- 
kins, J. C.Flanders, Vincent Cook. 

Portland 3, 000 Fran k Harrington, George Kerr, George E. Good . 

Portland 10,000 Jacob Martin, H. L. Martin, Frank 8. Grant. 

Portland 100, 000 Aemdee M. Smith, Blaine R. Smith, William H. Britts. 

Roseborg 1, 600 H. M. Wead, W. W. Thackrah, L. H. Wead. 

Portland; 600 John Gill, M.J. Clohessy. John M. Budelman, D. Franklin , 

Gilbert Dalgleiscb, J. V. Reed, W. J. Patton. 



Ballston — 



1,000 F. A. Wester, X. M. Conner, William Parker, W. R. Birk?, 
Kenneth Campbell. 



Portland .« 
Portland — 
Woodburn . 

Portland ._. 

Portland 



5, 000 C. H. Chambreau , J. L. Slipp, Hen ry Bolton . 

2, 000 E. A . Jones, C. P. Webb , B. Davis. 

2, 000 J. H. Settlemier, P. J. Scharbach, C. C. McCorkle. 

12, 000 Charles G. Thayer, W. D. Thayer, E. A. Seeley. 

15, 000 W. A. Cleland, E. E. Miller, S. H. Gruber, C. R. templeton , 
J. R. Keep. 



Portland . 
Portland . 



Portland . 



Portland . 
Portland . 



Canby 



Portland 



60,000 Chauncey R. Winslow, Gilbert 8. Mann.O. F. Pax ton. 

20,000 Frank M. Warren, Francis M. Warren, Charles H. Carey. 

5,000 J. W.White, W.J. White, J. E. White. 

2,600 George W. Wall, Delia Wall, J.G. Winniford. 

Jane Creighton, Juliet Montague Lord, Laura Schivchten- 

berg. 

6,000 A. R.Cummings.F. A. Sleight, L. Rogers. 

40,000 Theodore B. Wilcox, William S. Sibson, Peter Kerr. 



Portland . 
Westfall.. 



Portland . 
Portland . 
Portland . 

Portland . 

Portland . 



100 Ethel Motter, 3. Virginia Hill, Bertha M. Breyman. 

500 P. H. Hand, Otto Peets, Philip Pfeiffer, J. C. Skelton, Wil- 
liam R. Hart, Pat Fahy, James Scott 

5, 000 M. B. Wakeman, A. P. Morse, L. B. Cox. 

3,000 Ann Young, James R.Young, James Young. 

2, 000 Wong She Moy, Moy Chung, Moy Pock. 

50,000 J. W.Kern, A. A. Yerex, C.W.Miller. 

10,000 F. B.Jones, Joel P.Geer.G. M.Stearns. 



Portland . 

tetJaad 



Portland, 



1^5,000 J. H. Fifilt K M, Starr, K. L. Heed, 1. ^edgwlck. 

100, 000 W\ J. Rlw, J. M t McCanley, L. E. SUnReld. 

io, OuU W, EL PaitenioD. A. L. Pease. H. A Kmken, 
1,000,000 George n. Flanders, A.W iicobock, J. W. Dhnlefc t W. I. 
Archamb^au, 



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Filed in tbe office of the secretary of slate 



Namt. Date of JUing. I 

Yukon Outfitting Company Jan. 27,1898 i 

Young Men's Christian Association ' Feb. 23,1898 

Yukon Repairing and Dredging Com- 
pany _. Feb. 23,1898 , 

Yamhill County Fruit Exchange j Feb. 27,1898 

Yukon Gold Company , June 20,1898 

Yaquina Stone Company Sept. 10,1896 

Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church. Mar. 19,1897 

Zion Cemetery Association I May 20,1897 

Zlon German Methodist Episcopal ' 

Church i Feb. 15,1898 



For what purpose. 



For mercantile purposes 

For spiritual, educational and social 
purposes 

To do a transportation bu. iness. etc 

To carry on a general fruit exchange 

business 

For mining purposes 

To do a general quarrying business... 

For religions purposes 

To maintain a cemetery 



For religious purposes. 




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from January 1, 1897, to January 1, 1899 — Concluded. 



/toce o/ frwtmeM. 



Capital »toek. 



Incorporator a. 



113 



Portland S 10,000 C. A. Was*, A. C. Burdick, W. K. 8mith, jr. 

Pendleton , Ralph Pruett, Frederick Noll, Hugh Miller. 

Astoria \ 10,000 John W. Welch, W. F.Ray, C.R.Thomson. 

Newberg . 600 ; A. C\ Churchill, C.F. Smith, O.K.HoskinR. 

Portland 200,000 Charles E. Ladd, J. Ft auk Watson, E. Quack en bush, J. 

Thorburn Koss, Addlum A. Lfndiiley. 

Albany] i 10,000 ' Edwin Stone, C. Rochester, R. A. Bensell. 

The Dalles 600 L.Owv.I.C. Niekelsen.R. Rordeu. 

Canby W. Dm>cbel f F. Meier, W. Vorpabil, H. C. Weber, j; Mun- 

dorff, John Koehler, Adam Eh ret, A. Zimmerman, Mrs. 

M. W. Winterrouie, W. ^heer, Charles Lucke, H. Rich- 

ter, M. Rtchter. 



Section 84.T.2a,R.5W._ 



200 J.Beismers.F.Alllnger, August Knop. 



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TABULATED LIST 



Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899, showing date of their appolutment, date of qualification ( if qualified \ and post- 
office address. 



Name of notary. 



Ackerman, Henry 

Adams, 1..J 

Adams, H. B 

Adams, L. K 

Adair, William B. 

Adkins.John W.H ! 

Adams, J. C 

Adklnson, E. C | 

Aiken, Squire 8 

Alexander, Don — ' 

Allen, J. F 

Albert, Joseph T 

Albert, J. H 

Alliston, F. H._ 

Allen, George W 

Allen, Harrison 

Allen, Ethan W,_ 

AHatock, E. J 

A mes, Granville G 

Atne^.W. B 

Anderson, (juaiav 

AppelRreu.Carl A, 

Arnold, B.H _ 

Arnold, U.K . 

Archambrau, W r L 

Attlliw ii. J, f^ .^ ,„ _ T - 

Au^tln* Llucoln *__. 

AverllL AJ1 - 

Avery, C.W .„„. 

Axtell, Abe 

Ayre. Menard 

Barum, Wilson M 

Haker. J.F,* 

Bal leray, John J .. 

Kai ley. Douglas W 

Bailey, J. K *— 

Kayard.tT.E _. 

Barron, J.W, — ^ 

Bay ue, John — ,,„,„„ 

Baker, Ernest* __, -.„ 

Barlow* Ov* „„__ 

Bauer, Cecil :H ^„„ 

Bat kfc, John 

Bagley, H, T 

Baker, Lydell ..... 

B at l y , ( j eor«e R _ _- . 

Bsumhoer, Herman..,.. 

Barnes, fi.W _ 

Ra*Jey, George Et- 

Barron, James T 

Bailey, W,S _„„,„. 

Bartholomew, AG _„ 

Bay ley, window 

Harnett, B.L , „. 

Barrett, W.N.„ I 

♦Failed to<|ualify. 



Dat« of appoint- 


Vote of qualifi- 


n 


ent. 
17, 1897 


cation. 


Nov. 


Nov. 


19,1897 


Feb. 


8,1897 


Feb. 


6,1897 


April 


14, 1897 


April 


23,1897 


July 


27, 1897 


July 


31,1897 


Mar. 


31, 1898 


April 


5,1898 


Mav 


26,1898 


June 


7,1898 


Aug. 


26, 1898 


Aug. 


31,1898 


Oct. 


13, 1898 






April 


26,1897 


June 


3, 1897 


Jan. 


6,1897 


Jan. 


9, 1897 


June 


16, 1897 


July 


1ft, 1897 


June 


19, 1897 


June 


22,1897 


June 


19, 1897 


June 


22, 1897 


June 


30,1*97 


July 


3,1897 


Dec. 


3,1897 


Dec. 


14, 1897 


Jan. 


17,1898 


Jan. 


24, 1898 


April 


P. 1898 


April 


12, 181W 


N T rw. 


nj*i> 


Nov, 


5,1B9K 


If 11 


:;u, 1>97 


June 


25,11*97 


Mar, 


9, IBM 


Mar. 


l.-. l*w 


Feb 


■JS.l-> 


Feb, 


23. IMG 


M ii \ 


13, 1*9* 


May 


Jt), 1698 


1 1* 1 1 . 


7.1897 


J an . 


9 T 1 KU7 


June 


"2, l«G7 


J one 


A 1897 


June 


7. 1897 


June 


% 1897 


Feb. 


s, |:n:»T 


Feb. 


10, 1897 


Aug. 


5,1898 


All* 


18.1 $98 


May 


10.1BS7 


May 


lv h 1897 


July 


11,1897 


Aug< 


12,1897 


June 


ID. 1H98 


June 


UJafK 


Hay 


1M. JS97 


April 


13,1807 


Jan. 


I, 1897 


Jan, 


5,1897 


Jan, 


B, 1K97 


... __ 


. . . ... 


Jan, 


2b, 1897 


Feb, 


3. 1897 


April 


&. 1*97 


AU W , 


4,18W7 


April 


10.1997 


._ . 


. 


June 




June 


19,1*97 


July 


S\ IK97 


July 


\ WJN 


A in;. 


2iJ t lh97 


AU(T. 


aa, 18P3 


Oct, 


5,1 m 






Nov* 


U, 1*97 


Nov. 


U, 1897 


Not, 


2C.1897 


Nov 


j: H 1897 


Kr 


10, 1897 


Dee, 


lli, 1897 


|..-,- 


5». 1807 


Jan. 


2rl, 1*9* 


Jan. 


&, 1896 


Jan. 


10. 1*98 


Jan. 


H, imh 


Jan, 


14,1898 


Jan, 


7JS98 


Jau. 


11, 1*98 


Jan, 


as, im 


Jan, 


31,1898 


Jan. 


29 t 1898 


Feb. 


7,1898 


Ken. 


ll.liiSW 


Feh h 


17, 1898 


Feb. 


^,1*98 


Mar. 


S,189S 


Mar, 


SI, 1898 


April 


I4,l&« 


June 


7, 1*9& 


June 


H.1898 


.IllIU' 


27,1 hi* 


July 


1, 1JS!*H 


July 


B,lH9ft 


July 


H,l*W 



Po*toJlce addrtu. 



Portland, Multnomah county. 
Silver ton, Marlou county. 
Portland, Multnomah county, 
iiillsboro, Washington county. 
Asiorla, Clataop county, 
(iales Creek, Washington county. 
Dallas, Polk county. 
Elklou, Douglas county. , 
Prospect, Jackson county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Fox, Grant county. 
Salem, Marlon county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Porflnnfl, Multnomah county 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county 
Portland, Muitnoiuab county 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
f.. [itiiii! Muliuocuan coonty. 
Portland, Multnomah county 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Furl lam J, Multnomah eouu'y 
F I ora , W al I o w a co u n ty ♦ 
Portland, Mul' iiomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
G ran ts Pas*, J oa*e ph 1 ne cou n ty. 
Empire CI i. y , Coos cou u ty. 
Wh^co, Sherman county. 
Enterprise, w si Iowa county, 
Pendleton. Umatilla county. 
TiiiaUll*, I'iuuhLIh connty 
N«\rpurt, Lincoln county. 
The Dalle*, Wasco county. 
Hubbard. Marion county, 
salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Hurhiw, < lurk u mats county 
Purl land, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah cuunty. 
HilUhoro, Washington county. 
Port I ami, Multnomah count)'. 
Pot 1 1 a u • I . M m t In oma h cou n t y . 
Portland, MuHuomah county. 
> i utniy. t I'luiubia county* 
nilMntru. Washin(ju>n county, 
Portlnnd. Multnomah county. 
Kuhli, Jtcksou county, 
Heppucr, Morrow couoty. 
Lakevleu, iJLke county. 
A therm, Umatilla county. 
Iiillsboro, Washington couuty 




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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1. 1897, and January 1, 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (If qualified), and post- 
office address — continued. 



.Vom. •/ notary. \ DaU <* «¥»•"•«- 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Pottojflet addreta. 



Barln. L. T j Dec. 8, 1898 

Bell, Robert F Mar. 12,1897 

Bernstein, Alex* April 20,1897 

Beach, E. F _ July 31, 1897 

Benson, F. W j 8ept. 10, 1897 

Beswick, Sam ' Sept. 16,1897 

Beebe.W. B Sept. 20,1897 

Bell, C. A | Oct. 5, 1897 

Belknap. E. H ' Oct. 18,1897 

Beialer, Ira J.* , Nov. 1, 1897 

Bean. H. J Nov. 17,1897 

Benttey. W. H | Jan. 24, 1898 

Berkley. Norbome ] Jan. 19,1898 

Bean, Fred C . Mar. 15,1898 

Bean, Louis E ' April 15,1898 

Bennett, Charles E. I J u ne 10, 1 898 

Bell, R. C. ; June -, 1898 

Bell, W. A 'June 27,1898 

Benson, J. R i July 11,1898 

Bennett, J. W Oct. 11,1898 

Beck, Joseph B Sept. 15, 1898 

Beckley, Phil ! Oct. 27, 1898 

Bensell, R. A , Nov. 7, 1898 

Billings, M May 11,1897 

Bilyeu,W. R Sept. 28,1897 

Billings, T. W.* i Jan. 15, 1898 

Billings, Q.F. Feb. 14,189* 

Bilyen,L. i May 5,1898 

Bircher.C -. June 7,1898 

Biggs, M.R i July 11,1898 

Bingham, George G > J uly 21 , 1898 

Bingham, E. W. Aug. 8, 1*98 

Bingham, R. M.* ' Sept. 20, 1898 

Bigger, H.J I Sept. 28,1898 

Blimenrother.CharlesT. Jan. 29,1897 

Blackburn, D.R.N I Feb. 5,1897 

Blakealee, C. L _. i A pril 5, 1897 

Blain,J.W , July 10,1897 

Black.George , Jan. 8,1898 

Blaekburne, J. W I Jan. 8, 1898 

Blumauer, Sol , Aug. 8, 1898 

Black, T.J ! Sept. 7, 1898 

Bloom, Lot Oct. 20,1898 

Bly the, Percy H Dec. 2,1898 

Bolton, Henry Jan. 1,1897 

Borth wick. A. £ Jan. 20, 1897 

Boelllng, V , Feb. 16,1897 

Bosorth, Scott- ~1 Mar. 6, 1897 

Booth, J. a April 8, 1897 

Booth, R. A i May 10,1897 

Bonaly, Louis i May 10,1897 

Bowerman, Jay : Aug. 28,1897 

Boyce, Joseph A Sept. 24, 1897 

Booth, J. S I Oct. 26, 1897 

Boyd, E. D Dec. 6, 1897 

Boyer.W.s Feb. 24,1898 

Boynton, J. E i Mar. 2, 1898 

Bowlby, J. Q. A , Mar. 7, 1898 

Booabe.J.F Sept. 28,1898 

Bowers, W. 8 ' Oct. 1?, 1898 

Boise, W.L. Dec. 8,1898 

Boyd, Will T , Dec. 7. 1898 

Botae.Jr , R.p 1 Dec. 14,1898 

Brock, V.C Jan. 2,1897 

Brooks, W.L. Jan. 4,1897 

Bradley, E. L Jan. 11,1847 

Brewer, David E. , Mar. 15,1897 

Brown, Valentine 1 May 1,1897 

•Vailed to qualify. 



1 Nov. 


27,1897 


Jan. 


26,1898 


! Jan. 


26,1898 


: Mur. 


28,1898 


I April 16,1998 


i June 


14,1898 


July 


7,1898 


! July 


6,1898 


i July 


28,1898 


I Oct. 


20,1898 


, Oct. 


26, 18i<8 


! Nov. 


12, 1898 


i Nov. 


19,1898 


May 


17, 1897 


| Sept. 


29,1897 


, Feb. 


17,1898 


' June 


24, 1898 


June 


24, 1898 


July 


20,1898 


i July 


22,1898 


| Aug. 


12, 1898 



Dec. 20, 1898 Portlaud, Mnltuom ah county. 
Mar. 19,1897 » Portland, Multnomah county. 

— i Portland, Mulinomah county. 

Aug. 10,1897 Portland, Multnomah couuiy. 
Sept. 18,1897 ; Koseburg, Douglas county. 
Sept. 18,1897 Portland, Mulinomah county. 
Oct. 2,1897 Beaver Hill, Coos county, 
oci. 21,1897 j Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oct. 18,1897 > Turner, Marlon couuiy. 

1 Gold Hill, Jackbon county. 
I Pendhtou, Umatilla county. 
I Baker City, Baker county. 

Pendietou, Umatilla county. 
I Mapleion, Lane county. 
| Eugene, Lane county. 
i Portland, Multnomah county. 

Rainier, Columbia county. 
I Priiifville, Crook county. 

Myrtle Point, Coos county. • 
i Marsh field, Coos county . 
, Portland, ttulluow ah county. 
■ Oakland, Douglas county. 
Newport, Lincoln county, 
i Portlaud, Multnomah county. 
, Albany, Linn county. 

Glendale, Douglas county, 
i A>b land, Jackbon county. 
I Eugene, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county, 
i Prinevi lie, crook county. 

Salem, Marion county. 
1 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
I Nov. 26,1898 Salem, Marion county. 
I Feb. 13,1897 Bandon,Coo» county. 
I Feb. 6, 1897 , Albany, Linn county. 
April 7,1897 Union, Union county. 
I July 18,1897 Poitlaud, Multnomah county, 
i Jan. 11,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

June 29,1898 ' Grant, Sherman county. 
! Aug. 5,1898 Portland, Multuomah county, 
i Sept. 13,1898 Portland, Mulinomah county. 
I Oct. 28,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
I Dec. 5,1898 -Portland, Mulinomah county. 
; Jan. 18,1897 Poitlaud, Multnomah county, 
i Jan. 25, lb97 Portland, Mulinomah county. 
| Feb. 18,1897, Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Mar. 6, 1897 Salem, Marion county. 
, April 8,1897 Salem, Marlon county. 

May 12,1897 ; Grants Pass, Joseph lne county. 
i May 24,1897 Mt. Angel, Marion county. 
I Aug. 24,1897 Salem, Marlon county. 
.Sept. 27,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
, Nov. 3,1897 Yaquina, Lincoln county. 
. Dec. 13,1897 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Mar. 2,1898 i Portland, Multnomah county. 
Mar. 4,1898 , Portland, Mulinomah county. 
1 Mar. 11,1898 Astoria, clatsop county. 

Oct. 3,1898 Portland, Multnomah county, 
i Oct. 20,1898 Baker City, Baker county. 
{ Dec. 12,1898 ' Portland, Multnomah county. 

Dec. 14,1898 Lakeview, Lake county. 
j Dec. 16,1888 , salemJUarion county. 
Jan. 5, 1897 , Wasco, Sherman county. 
I Jan. 16, 1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 
i Jan. 19,1897 I Malheur, Malheur county. 
Mar. 18,1897 I Chemawa, Marlon county. 
I May 6,1897 ■ Portland, Multnomah county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov William P. Lord between January l. 1897. and January 1, 
1899. ubowiug date of their appointment, dale ot qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office addrei*— Continued. 



Same of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Postojlce addretn. 



Brtebam, A.J.._„_._ May 20,1897 

Briefly, M. M June 23,1*0" 

Brttberton, W, W July 7, 1H97 

tiTnbct,r*Lj . A tur< 17 .189? 

Brings, E, D SepC 3, 1897 

Bracke, A T— — -^ - s«pu 30,1897 

Brown f JJ.G. ™,„- Oct. 4.1897 

Brmvn. J,N\- ~— Oct. lir, H*"H7 

KndBefordpJ.H Oct. 14.1*97 

ItrvaowB «-, iifL 21,1897 

Hie water, Willi am L,.„. Nov. 3,1*97 

Bryann. Edwin R._ ._. Nov. 4,1897 

hrl^KH.W, W _._.__. Nov. 11,1897 

Brooke, John _ ' Nov. 20, 1897 

Brower, DaTSf Dec 15,1897 

Bristol. \V,C Jan, \%Wk% 

Brouaugb, jr..E.C Ian. tf4,l89H 

B ri ggs. W. F. Fe b , 2 J 83» 

Brijjbt,C.J April 11.189* 

Brodle, George A A mil 38* IBM 

Hrtae.JameJtE. ...... May I a, 1898 

H row n e 1 1 , G corae C M ay It. 1 SW 

Bretauo J. P. ami T. B. . June i , 1898 

Browning, L,E... June 21,1898 

Brink, M.E ___. Jon* 17,1898 

Brush,A, C._ Julv 1IJ8S8 

Brown, W,M,,_ Sept. 1,18% 

Brock, f!, A..__. Sent. 27,1K*8 

II rower. C. C. Oct. i8»l898 

Brownbill.T . Dec, 2, 1898 

Butler, J J Jan. 4,1897 

Burke, W, ft.*- _ ■ Jan, 22, 1897 

Bufflneton,W. o,.._„„_ Jan. 25,1897 

DLirlctah,J_ F Feb, 25,1897 

Hurlcn&haw. Luther L..J Mar. 13,1897 

Butler J>% r .B April 1,1897 

Hun, Clarence May JJ, 1897 

Burcbard, K. H . May 3,1897 

Burkhart, C,G. _. „„.." May 10.1897 

Bui*ken mey er . C> H ,__ May U , 1 897 

Bull,W. L.. „„_„„„„ May 27,1897 

Buchanan, J. A> July 9.1897 

Burden. Warren J... July 31,1897 

liurkbart, 1.1 Aug. 2,1897 

Butler. F.fr. ! Rept. 9a, 1897 

Bush, A, R ..__ ____ flct, 1,1897 

Bu m en . Brad y F . Xo r . 4.1 S97 

Buck.G.W .-„.„ , Dec. "3,1897 

Buchanan. W. A .__. Jan. 11,1898 

Butler, CO,. _, ■ Jan. 26,1898 

Bniney, W. T Feb. 18,1*98 

Burner*. James u...„„. Mar. 9,1898 

Buettkofer, K April 4,1898 

Bucber, Joseph,-, April 13,1898 

Butler, M. A ____. April 21,18^8 

Bullock, s I May 28, 1898 

Burnett, Cilui on D.___„. June 13,1898 

Butler.lra F, M May 2.1,189s 

Burckhardt, Charles A.*. June 29,189* 

Butcher, W.F .. April 19,1898 

Buck, A, C mimm \ Aug. 2fl, P98 

Bumeti . John i Oel . 4. 1898 

Buttolph.A. II ., Oct,. 11,1888 

Uurke, W, E.. .... ..„„„ , 2fov. 9, 1898 

Burner, Jettfti B,,--,„- Nov. 11,1898 

Buel),W, B- Not. 17,1898 

Butler, Frank , - Dec. 9,1898 

By are, W, H April 10,1897 

* Failed to qualify. 



June 


24.1897 


June 


SO, 18117 


J Mi) 


10J8&7 


Sept. 


7, 1SN7 


Sept. 


7,1897 


Oct. 


hJW* 


net. 


:-.X8&7 


Oh 


15.1897 


Jiilv 


50,18!^ 


Kov. 


8,1897 


Nnv, 


17,1897 


Not, 


fU897 


NOV. 


2fi, 1897 


Hov m 


!IU. 1897 


iK^i', 


20,1897 


Jan. 


24, 1898 


Feb, 


8,1898 


Feb, 


4, 181*8 


April 


1A.1898 


May 


3,1898 


AUg. 


22.1898 


Mav 


27. 1898 


June 


9. WM 


July 


ft. 1898 


June 


27,1898 


July 


la. Ib08 


Sept, 


e,1898 


net. 


10. 1898 


Nov, 


7,1898 


Jan, 


7JBff7 


Jan. 


"28J897' 


Mar. 


21, 1897 


Mar. 


17,1897 


April 


20,1897 


May 


11,1897 


June 


1,1897 


May 


12, 1897 


June 


9, 1897 


.luue 


8, 1897 


July 


24,1*97 


Aug. 


24,1897 


v . Hi-. 


4,1897 


Oct. 


16,1897 


OCL 


2, 1897 


Nov. 


8,1897 


Dec, 


20 J 897 


Jan. 


14,1897 


F^b, 


15,1897 


Feb 


23,18ns 


Mar, 


11,1898 


April 


7,1898 


April 


23, 1898 


April 


25, 189H 


J U 1 if 


2, 1898 


July 


18,189M 


June 


22,1898 


Any, 


M.18P8 


Sept. 


19, 18W8 


' Oct. 


'i, 189S 


i Oci, 


19, 1888 


Nnv. 


16,1898 


Nov. 


21,1898 


Dec. 


21,1898 


April 


1A,1897 



Dufnr, Wasco county. 

UliJS ll'"|i.'irjiTl! —MiTiM . 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
Central Holm, Jarkfion eounty, 
A»hland, Jackpon conniy, 
AhiO'ia, ClaiMip county. 
yj*lem. Marion county. 
HllKboro, WflKhlngton county. 
I'nrtlaud, MulLnomah counts- 
Albany, Una county. 
FnrilHnii, Multnomah county. 
t!orvalli>, BetlCOJD county. 
Ilrtrnhburg, Lane county. 
Mount Tabor, Mulmomab cotiiity. 
< i rai ; H I'as^, Jnscpblne county, 
Portland, Multnmnah coiiiity. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
{'anyouvllJc, DouslM courtly, 
Wasco. Shenn an county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Pnrllaud. Multnomah county. 
Oregon t*i tv, Clack am ** county, 
^t. Paul, Marlon county. 
Placer, Josephine county, 
Prmev] Me. Crook county, 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Lebanon, Linn county. 
Wasco, Sherman ooiiniy. 
A«torla,Clat*np county. 
The Dalies, W*&co county. 
Junction. I^ane county. 
Portia nd , M u U n u m ah county . 
pQriUnd. Multnomah county. 
Loptine, Wallowa county. 
Myrtle t'nint. Coos county. 
Monmuulb, Polk count v. 
tfftwbejft,, Yamhill comity, 
acolt^bur^, Dour la* county, 
Albany, Linn county. 
Portland, Multnomah county, 
Wheatlaud, Vam hill county. 
Roacbur^, Dou^lae county. 
Mon la villa, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah comity, 
Klamath Agency, Klamath county. 
NiltTii , Marion county, 
r'or^allls, Ftenton county. 
VAg in. Union county. 
Portland, Muftnomah county. 
Wa Id ron, Creole county, 
Portland) Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Porttau ii. Vulmomah county. 
Forest (irove, Washinirton county. 
Pendleton, Dniatllla county, 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Li'land, Josephine county. 
Monmouth, Polk county. 
!'■ -n land, Muitnomaii county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Sweet Home, Liu u county, 
Corvalllp, Benton county. 
FlorcucCi Lane county, 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
St. Helen*, Columbia county. 
Falls City, Pol* county. 
Bom- burp, Douglas county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of —notaries appointed by Gov. William P Lord between January 1, 1897. and January 1, 
2899, Knowing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office add teas— Continued. 



Same of notary. 



Datt of appoint- 
ment. 



Pate, of qualifi- 
cation. 



By Trrlee, D. N Oct. 

Bram, Loren Dec. 

Catlin, Robert i Mar. 

CaaaeU.W. C I Mar. 

Carroll, J. M... Mar. 

Cake, H.M April 

Campbell, J. R, April 

Carson, Frederick D May 

Campbell, Luther Sept. 

Carter, Charles H Nov. 

Carson, John A < Nov. 

Cameron, George J , Dec. 

Catea. D.L Jan. 

Carr, James B. — Jan. 

Carter, M. H Mar. 

Caspary. Charles G.— „-- April 

Catlanach, George H April 

Carroll. J. E. May 

Cannon. A. M May 

Carey, Charles H. Jure 

Carey , Robert A.* July 

Caplea, J. R July 

Carnner, Robert J.* 1 July 

£AHock,H.M Aug. 

£*tteey, M.L. Dec. 

E*HerberKh,EndreM.-„ Oct. 

pilars, O. B April 

Chalmers. A leek I Mar. 

Chresman , K. M June 

Chamberlain, F.D ' Aug. 

Cbambreau,C.H. Sept. 

Cham berlln, M.L ' Sept. 

Chamberlain, 0. R Oct. 

Chamberlain, George E.* Mar. 

Chapman, J. D June 

Chance, C.H 1 July 

Cambreau. W. W ; Nov. 

Chrifftenson,W. H Dec. 

Citron, Raphael Oct. 

Clark , George P 1 Jan . 

Clow, Robert i Feb. 

Cleland. W. A < Mar. 

Clark, Andrew L . Mar. 

C\arno, Francis Mar. 

Clark, George Knight May 

Ctart, H. fL_ | June 

Hayum, h. F^„„ T June 

<.'lnhe&j t M. J..„_ ! July 

CManif.Jnhna July 

Clark, J, <! _ , Aug. 

Oleveisiifl, a. a..-™ , Oct. 

Hoeton, Frank «,____ Dec. 

< Hark , y F Feb. 

^■rk.LeaW.™ July 

Olirfc.Roben K , Oct. 

nsrk.Jnbu BL___ i Nov. 

CoaUflloe, Heter. «.. Jan. 

fioMff- M. N Feb. 

<>0,J.C Feb. 

„ Feb. 

8&isn* Mar - 

ooiMor k , e. C May 

■ W t £d + F May 

(VOID. &■ T - June 

/iLtim. Arthur — — — June 

C0P*]]Tf _. , July 

folF. ^jrelL. 1 July 

'^>,0,D j Aug. 

jailed to qualify. 



7,1897 
28, 1897 

6,1897 
19,1897 
23,1*97 

2,1897 
19, 1897 
13,1897 

8, 1897 | 
.4,1897 

27.1897 I 
3, 1897 
7,1898 

21,1898 
1,1898 

14,1898 

29,1898 
9,1898 

17,1898 

17. 1898 
11,1898 
16,1898 
29, 1898 
18, 1898 
17,1898 

5,1897 

8,1898 

8,1897 

7,1897 

30,1897 

8, 1897 

27,1897 

18,1897 

28,1898 

15,1898 

13,1898 

25, 1898 

20,1897 

7,1897 

2,1897 

4,1897 

4,1897 

17,1*97 

26, 1897 

24,1897 

4,1897 

8,1897 

16,1897 

31,1897 

14, 1897 

16, 1897 

3,1897 

21,1898 

8,1898 

24,1898 

9,1898 

28,1897 

11,1897 

18,1897 

28,1897 

30,1897 

1,1897 

6,1897 

3, 1897 

7,1897 

1,1897 

9, 1897 

20,1897 



Oct. 


11,18 7 


Dec. 


29,1897 


Mar. 


16, 1897 


Mar. 


25, 1897 


Mar. 


29,1897 


April 


6,1897 


Oct. 


13, 1897 


May 


15, 1897 


sept. 


20,1897 


Nov. 


8,1897 


Nov. 


29,1897 


Dec. 


6,1897 


Jan. 


11,1898 


Jan. 


24,1898 


Mar. 


11,1898 


April 


25,1898 


May 


5,1898 


Aug. 


10, 1898 


May 


20,i898 


June 


23,1898 


Aug. 


19, 1898 


Aug. 


20, 1898 


Dec. 


20, 1898 


Oct. 


7,1897 


April 22,1898 


Mar. 


12,1897 


June 


26,18v7 


Sept. 


2,1897 


8epi. 


8,1897 


Sept. 


27,1897 


Oct. 


26,1897 



, June 

! July 

Nov. 

"Oct.*" 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

June 
. June 
I July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Feb. 
' Aug. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Dec. 



23,1898 
18, 1898 
29,1898 

~liri897 
25,:897 
17,1897 

6,1897 
22.1897 
29, ^97 
27,1897 
11,1897 
11,1897 
17,1897 

8,1897 
10,1897 
19,1897 

7,1897 
26,1898 

9, 1898 
19, 1898 
16, 1898 
23,1897 
lft, 1897 
30, 1897 
22,1897 

1,1897 

4,1897 
10, 1897 
16,1897 

7,1897 

7,1897 
24, 1897 

9,1897 



I'ostofflee address. 



Portland, Multnomah county. 

Baker city, Baker county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Union, Union county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 
Toledo, Lincoln county. 

Warren ton, Clatsop county. 

Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Salem, Marion county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Cascade Locks, Wasco county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Peninsular, Multnomah county. 

John Day, Grant county. 

Canyon City, Grant county. 

North Powder, Union county. 

Albany, Linn county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Harbor, Curry county. 

Forest Grove, Washington county. 

Wagner, Grant county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

La Grande, Union county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
, Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah count v. 
; silver Lake, Lake county. 

Portland, Multnomah countv. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
! Salem, Marion county. 
1 Spencer, Tillamook county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Sell wood, Multnomah countv. 
. Portland, Multnomah count>. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
, Oretown, Tillamook county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Junction, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
1 Rainier, Columbia county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Warren, Columbia county. 

Portland, Multnomah county, 
i Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Forest Grove, Wa>hlngton county. 

Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

Junction City, Lane county. 

Cornucopia, Union county. 

Island City, Union county. 

Harbor, Curry county. 

Cany on vi lie, Douglas county. 

Silver Lake, Lake county. 

Lakeview, Lake county. 
1 Marion, Marion county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Dallas, Polk county. 

Wapinitia, Wasco county. 

Grants Pass, Josephine county. 
I St. Helens, Columbia county. 
| Paisley, Lake county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 



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Of Dowries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1. 1897, and January 1, 
1899. showing date or their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address — Cow *m ueit. , 



Samr. of notary. 



Date of appoint- i 
meut. 



Date of qwtUft- 
cation. 



Poitofic addretm. 



Coshaw, 0. P. Oct. 5, 1897 

Cottou, \V. B Oct. 8, 1897 

Conner, Henry F Oct. 28,1897 

Cornelius, I. R i Nov. 1,1897 

Combs Vicca Nov. 16,1897 

Coke.jr.J.8- Nov. 19,18'7 

Cowi ng, T. F , Dec. 7, 1897 

Cook, J. S.* Dec. 9,1897 

Collin*, Edgar L Dec. 11,1897 

Cooper, Arthur Dec. —.1897 

Corby, C. W. • Jan. 6, 1898 

Cook, F. R. Jan. 10,1898 

Con vera, Mrs. A.J ■ Jan. 22, 1898 

Collier, CM ! Mar. 16,1898 

Coovert.E.E Mar. 22,1898 

Colcord, J.C April 7,18*8 

Cole, Clarence July 11,1898 

Coshaw, O.P July 13,1898 

Cotten berry, G. B Aug. 11,1898 

Conner, R.L Sept. 3.1898 

Cochran, E.C Sept. 20,1898 

Collins, C. F Oct. 3.1898 

Couyer»,W. H. , Oct. 17,ls98 

Coudit, A. O Oct. 24,1898 

Conn, George Nov. 11,1898 

Cork! ns, O. M Dec. 1 , 1898 

Crawford, Wlllard ' May 1,1897 

Cro well, George P Sept. 2,1897 

Crandall, Rudolph -, Sept. 18,1897 

Croisan. E. M Oct. 12,1897 

Crews.W.W i Oct. 15,1897 

Craw, George F ' Nov. 4,1897 

Cradlebaugh.JohnH. Nov. 15,1897 

Crosno.C.B Jan. 3,1898 

Cross, H.E.* | Jan. 4,1898 

Cress, John M April 2,1898 

Crawford, A. M June 14,1898 

Crump. Thomas* 'June 17,1898 

Cranston, C. K Oct. 13,1898 

Cuslck, E. D Mar. 26,1897 

Currin, George J June 1,1897 

Cummings, Herbert H.*. ; July 8, 1897 

Curtis, C.J July 12,1897 

Cunyughan, James R Sept. 27,1897 

Curry, Bruce C Mar. 15,1898 

Cushman, I.B i June 29,1898 

Culver, M.F.* | July 16,1898 

Curl. L.M Oct. 3,1898 

Cyrus, A. R..._ Dec. 7,1898 

Dalrymple, C. H , Jan. 6,1897 

Davis, L.J Feb. 8,1897 

Davis, C. P ' Feb. 11, 1897 

Davison, Martin ; April 7,1897 

Davenport, T. W ' April 8, 1897 

Davis, George E ' June 7,1897 

Davis, J. Frank . June 9, 1897 

Davis, N. A July 20, 1897 

Davis, Napoleon ! Aug. 17,1897 

Davis, G.G.* Oct. 4,1897 

Danforth, V. G i Nov. 4, 1897 

I>aie, N.C I Nov. 5,1897 

Davis, M. M. I Mar. 9,1898 

Davis, W.M May 20,1898 

Day, Silas J I May 25,1898 

Davis, George W Aug. 8, 1898 

Davis, James N _. Oct. 12, 1898 

Dabney, P. P Nov. 8, 1898 

Davenport, L.J. | Nov. 7,1898 

* Failed to qualify. 



Oct. 


13, 1897 


Oci. 


11,1897 


Nov. 


2,1897 


, Nov. 


8,1897 


Nov. 


23, 1897 


Nov. 


26, 1897 


Dec. 


9,1897 


Dec. 


18,1897 


i Jan. 


15, 1898 


1 Jan. 


10,1898 


Jan. 


20,1898 


Feb. 


15, 1898 


Mar. 


19,1898 


Mar. 


24, 1898 


April 


13, 18 8 


July 


25,1898 


July 


16,1898 


Aug. 


20, 1898 


Sept. 


8,1898 


Nov. 


2,1898 


Oct. 


6.1898 


I ov. 


1,1898 


Oct. 


28,1898 


1 Dec. 


7, 1898 


May 


10, 1897 


Sept. 


7,1897 


. Sept. 


24, 1897 


'■ Oct. 


14, 1897 


Nov. 


4, 1897 


! Nov. 


6,1897 


Nov. 


26, 1897 


Jan. 

i 


8,1898 


April 


5,1898 


June 


24, 1898 



Oct. 
Mar. 
June 



21,1898 

29, 1897 

9,1897 



July 


20,1897 


Sept. 


30, 1897 


Mar. 


17, 1898 


Sept. 


14, 1898 


1 Oct. 


6,1898 


1 Dec. 


10,1898 


' Jan. 


15, 1897 


Fdb. 


12, 1897 


i Feb. 


15, 1897 


April 


14, 1897 


! April 


8,1897 


Jnne 


11,1897 


; June 


15, 1897 


i July 


24,1897 


Aug. 


19, 1897 


1 Nov. 


11, 1897 


Dec. 


7,1897 


1 Mar. 


16, 1898 


i May 


23, 1898 


May 


27, 1898 



I £ ug - 

Oct. 

Nov. 

I Nov. 



12,1898 
14,1898 
5,1898 



Brownsville, Linn county. 

Ashland, Jackson county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
I Cornelius, Washington county. 
1 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Marsh field, Coos county. 

Oregon City, Clackamas county, 
i Salem, Marion count v. 

Dallas, Polk county. * 

Hnrbor, Curry county. 

Wood burn, Marlon county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Clatskauie, Columbia county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Newburg,$famhill county. 

Baker City, Baker county. 

Roseburg, Douglas county. 

Hubbard, Marlon county. 

McMinnville, Yamhill county, 

Union, Union county. 

Port' and, Multnomah county. 

Clatskame, Columbia county. 

Salem, Marion county. 

Paisley, Lake county. 

Wallowa, Wallowa county. 

Grants Pass, Josephine county. 
; Hood River, Wasco county. 

Hillsboro, Washington county. 

Salem, Marion county. 
, Erwin, Union county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 

The Dalles, Wasco county. 

Toledo, Lincoln county. 

Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Roseburg, Douglas county. 

Warner Lake, Lake county. 

Pendleton, Umatilla county, 
i Albany, Linn county. 
' Currinsville, Clackamas county. 

Mi. Vernon, Grant county. 

Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
; Acme, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
; Albany, Linn county. 

Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Albany, Linn couuty. 

Union, Union county. 

Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

Vernonia, Columbia county. 

Salem, Marion county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Milton, Umatilla county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Salem. Marion county. 

Detroit, Marlon county. 
> Mist, Columbia county. 

Yaquina, Lincoln county. 
1 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Jacksonville, Jackson county. 

Salem, Marion county. 
j Portland, Multnomah county. 
i Portland, Multnomah county. 
' Mosier, Wasco county. 




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Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899. showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and poet- 
ouice address— Continued. 



Xame of notary. < Datt J' 

Davly, John D Dec. 

D'Arcy.W. J Jan. 

De Pue, Frank A.._ ■ Jan. 

Den linger. H Nov. 

Delcbman.C. E. Jau. 

Decker, Charles — Feb. 

Deropsey.W.A Jan. 

Deady, Edward N Aug. 

Deere, L. M >ept. 

Dennis, Benjamin F Oct. 

Dickson, J K Feb. 

Dimick,G. B Sept. 

Diuer, John A Nov. 

Ditch burn, John Se;t. 

Dilmar*,J.N Sept. 

Dimmick, Z. L Sept. 

Dillard.W.B Nov. 

Dobyns, W. H ..' War. 

Donnelly, J. T i Mar. 

Dolan. G.W Mar. 

Dolph, Chester V June 

Dodd.W. H June 

Douglass, James H. Oct. 

Dorm, George A Oct. 

Dooley.Jere J. Feb. 

Dodge, E. A I April 

Douglas. G. A Nov. 

Dobert y. J Nov. 

Dorner.J.T Nov. 

Dorris, George B , Dec. 

Douglas, W.W Dec. 

Dresser. A. S „_. April 

DriRg*. L. C* Aprfl 

Drury, George A. June 

Dufur. D. S ' Jan. 

Durham, S.A < April 

• Durham, George H Oct. 

Duncan, J.W Jan. 

DunMon, Henry Mar. 

Dunbar. E.E — , July 

Duckworth, Charles E.__ July 

uuni way, Ralph R. Oct. 

Dungs n, Frank H , Dec. 

Duainbery, W. S i Dec. 

Dyer, H ! Jan. 

Dygert, N.8.* Jan. 

Dye, C. H :.... Dec. 

Eakln, S. B April 

Eastham. H. C May 

Eakin, H. C Sept. 

Eakin.J.A Dec. 

Eby, F. G Nov. 

Eckerson, R. J Julv 

Edwards, CD. Jan. 

Eddy, B. L Aug. 

Elliott, J. C _ Feb. 

Elliott, M. R June 

Elmer. A. B July 

Emmons. H.H.* July 

Emmon, A. C Jan. 

Emmerick, D. B.* Pent. 

Endicott. Solomon S Feb. 

Erdmaun, Otto Mar. 

Erford.J. R , April 

Esson, Alfred M. Jan. 

Evan*, Owen > Jan. 

Evans. W. H , Feb. 

Evenden, W Oct. 

* Failed to qualify. 



r appoint- 
cut. 



DaU o/ qualifi- 
cation. 



Po4tofic« addrctt. 



12,1898 , I Duwsey, Harney county. 

6,1897 Jau. 7,1897 Salem, Marion county. 

21.1897 June 24, 1897 , Siiverton, Marion county. 

6.1897 Nov. ll,18i»7 . Toledo, Lincoln county. 
6,l8y8 Jan. 11,1898 . Hillsboro, Washington county. 

IS, 1898 Feb. 21,1898 Waldo, Josephine county. 

28.1898 July 6,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
19,1898 Aug. 24,189s , Portland, Multnomah county. 

7.1898 8epi. 10,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
31,1898 Nov. 5.1898 Pendletou, Umatilla county. 

5,1897 , Feb. 9,1897 i Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

3,1897 . Sept. 7,1897 , Oregon Uuy, Clackamas county. 

27. 1897 Dec. 4, 1897 , Sublimity, Marion county. 

14.1898 Sept. 14,1898 i Portland, Mulmomah county. 

23, lh95 | Granite, Grant county. 

2H.1898 Sept. 27,1898 , Oakland, Douglas couuty. 

12,1898 , Nov. 21,1898 St. Helens, Columbia county. 

9.1897 Mar. 25,1897 i Arlington, Clackamas county. 

19,1807 Mar. 23,1897 , Baker City, Baker county. 

24,1897 Nov. 27,1897 Si Ivertou, Marlon county. 

6,1897 June 17,1897 , Portland, Multnomah county .- 

11,1897 June 14,1897 , Portlaud, Multnomah county. 

4,1897 , Oct. 9,1897 , Troutdale, Multnomah county. 

7.1897 Oct. 8,1897 ! Eugene, Lane county. 

14.1897 Feb. 23,1897 Bridgeport, Baker county. 

i6, 1898 May 18, 1898 | Myrtle Point, Douglas county. 

1, 1898 Nov. 4, 1898 . North Yamhill, Yamhill county. 

25, 1894 Nov. 30, 1898 The Dalle*, Wasco county. 

29.1898 Dec. 8,1898 Cornelius Washington county. 
3, 18«i8 Dec. 5, 1898 i Eugene, Lane county. 

7. 1898 Dec. 13, 1898 ! Mar*hfleld, Coos county. 
12,181)7 April 15,1897 | Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

11,1898 _. Portland, Multnomah county. 

18,1898 June 22, 1898 ' coburg, Lane county. 

13, 1897 Jau. 16, 1897 i The Dalles, Wasco county. 

23,1897 April 27,1897 Tualatin, Washington county. 

29.1897 Nov. 4,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

24.1898 Feb. 4,1898 Umatilla, Umatilla county. 
22,1898 Mar. 29,1898 Dundee, Yamhill county. 

8,1898 July 12,1898 , Grants Pass, Josephine county. 

8,1897 July 13,1897 Sumpter, Baker county. 

5,1897 Oct. 17,1897 ■ Portland, Multnomah county. 

6.1897 ' Molalla, Clackamas county. 

IS, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

8. 1898 Jan. 14, 1898 Myrtle Creek, Douglas county. 
11,1898 ' Portland, Multnomah county. 

8,1898 Dec. 10,1898 i Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

15,1897 April 17, 1&97 Eugene, Lane county. 

24.1897 June 1,1897 Baker City, Baker county. 

20.1898 Sept. 22,1898 Dallas Polk county. 
20,1898 i i Astoria, Clatsop county. 

4, 1897 Nov. 9, 18 «7 Woodburn, Marion county. 

14,1898 Aug. 18,18i«8 Portland, Multnomah county. 

15.1897 Jan. 21,1897 Eugene, Lane county. 

6.1897 Aug. 11,1897 , Tillamook, Tillamook county. 

10. 1898 Feb. 15, 1898 Damascus, Clackamas county. 
18,1898 June 20, 1898 Prineville, Crook county. 

2.1898 Aug. 6,1898 Baker City, Baker county. 
29,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

7,1897 Jan. 10,1896 Portland, Multnomah county. 

20,1897 Scholls, Washington county. 

9,1897 Feb. 16,1897 Oak, Coo» county. 

3,1897 April 30.1M97 , Por land, Multnomah county. 

2,1897 April 6, 897 , Med ford, Jackson county. 

18,1897 Jan. 30,1897 i Warrenton, Clatsop county. 

27,1897 Feb. 8,1897 Huntington, Baker county. 

1,1897 Feb. 6,1897 Canby, Clackamas county. 

22, 1897 Nov. 16, 1897 Gervais, Marion county. 



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1899. showing date of their appointment, date of qualification ( if qualified ). and pott- 
office address — Continued. 



Xame o/ notary. 



Date o/ appoint- | Date of qnaH/1- 
ment. cation. 



Postoglee address. 



Evans, Clyde , Oct. 

Everts, Luclen Nov. 

Ewald, F.G._ Jan. 

Fawcett. George N i Jan. 

Fenton, Prank W , Feb. 

Fenton, W. D ; Mar. 

Ferrera. Albert B.» Oct. 

Ferguso, Frank C — Jan. 

Ferguson, E. Z Mar. 

Ferguson, H. B Sept. 

Ferguson, M. A 1 Dec. 

Fitzgerald, Thomas Nov. 

Fields. C. E i Feb. 

Finn, C. R , June 

Fitch, Charles A June 

Finch, J. A ! Aug. 

Fitzgerald, J. J . Sept. 

Filzhugh, J. 8 Oct. 

Fitzgerald, Maurice Oct. 

Fitzpatrick, Nora ' Nov. 

Fishburn.J.W i Dec. 

Flangher.John M.* ■ Feb. 

Flower, J.H Jan. 

Fletcher, J.C. J Jan. 

Flegel, A.F _| Feb. 

Fletcher, J. I i April 

Flory, A.P.— - April 

Flanders, J.C Oct. 

Fleming, R.J | Nov. 

Fleming, T. M 1 Nov. 

Florey, A.J , Nov. 

Foley, William ' Sept. 

Ford, T. K » Dec. 

Foss, James A I Sept. 

Folsom, William 8ept. 

Forbes, S.W | Nov. 

Frame, F.R. 1 Mar. 

Fran ke, Joseph May 

Freeland, E.L July 

Fraser.John* 1 Sept. 

French, H. W Dec. 

Freerksen, Alfred H Feb. 

Francis, Fred H I Feb. 

Fries, H.W ' April 

Freeman, William J , May 

Fred en burg, O May 

Freeman, W. D ' June 

Frazier, Charles R I July 

Freedman, Harry G I July 

Friendly, Milton S 1 Sept. 

Fryer, J. B Dec. 

Fulton, C. W ! July 

Fundman, Paul Sept. 

Fullon.G.C Jan. 

Fugate.W. L i July 

Fullerton, J.C i Aug. 

Gaten*, William N , Jan. 

Gaylord, Charles H Mar. 

Gal breath, Joseph P ' Aug. 

Gantenbein, C.W i Sept. 

Gammans, G. G I Dec. 

Gage, C. A June 

Gatewood.R.M July 

Gaston, J.» _.| July- 
Gardner, William T.* , Aug. 

Galloway, Robert W ! Sept. 

Galey, H. C 1 Nov. 

Garland, Samuel M , Dec. 

* Failed to qualify. 



25,1898 ' Nov. 16,1898 Stafford, Clackamas county. 
25.1898 i Dec. 17,1898 Long Creek, Grant county. 

6,1898 Jan. 10,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
28,1897 , Jan. 29,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

8,1897 Feb. 9,1897 McMinnville, YamhM county. 

25. 1897 ' Apnl 1,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

7. 1897 Portland, Muliuomah county. 

27.1898 .Feb. 2,1898 McMinnville, Yamhill county. 
28,1898; Mar. 26,1898 Astoria, Clatsop county. 
24,1898 Sept. 29,1898 Astoria, Clap-op county. 
14,1898 .'. Adams, Umatilla county. 

15.1897 Dec. 9,1897 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
»,1898 Feb. 14,1898 ; Portland, Multnomah county. 

17.1898 Aug. 8,1898 La Grande, Union county. 

80, 1898 I uly 8, 1898 . Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

30,181*8 , Sept. 3,1898 Aloany, Linn county. 

23, 1898 Sept. 28, 1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

8.1898 Oct. 12,1898 Ro*eburg, Douglas county. 
lu,i898 Nov. 14,1898 , Burns, Harney couuty. 
14, 1898 Dec. 14,1898 Astoria, Ciatwp county. 
14,1898 Dec. 19,1898 Dayton, Yamhill county. 

8.1897 '._ i Lacomb, Linn county. 

8.1898 i Jan. 29,1898 ; Dayton, Yambill county. 
18, 1898 | Jan. 20, 1898 McCoy, Pol k couuty. 
10,1898 . Feb. 18,1898 ' Portland, Multnomah county. 

5, 1898 April 13, 1898 i Gales Creek. Washington county. 
18,1898 ' May 2,1898 , 8odaville, Linn county. 

4, 1898 i Oct. 6, 1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
18,1898 . Nov. 19,1898 ' Salem, Marion county. 
21,1898 ' Nov. 21,1898 Salem, Marion county. 
28,1898 Dec. 6,1898 , Eagle Point, Jackson county. 
27,1897 i Sept. 29,1897 Portland, Multnomah count}. 

28.1897 , Dec. 29,1898 • Salem, Marion county. 

30. 1898 Oct. 3, 1898 I Portland, Mul nomah county. 
30, 1898 _ Pilot Rock, Umatilla county. 

7,1898 : Nov. 14,1896 Browertowu, Josephine county. 

3, 1897 Mar. 6, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
12,1897 May 18,1897 Lakeview, Lake county. 
14,1897 July 26,1897 . Heppner, Morrow county. 

3.1897 Newbridge, Uniou county. 

20. 1897 Dec. 29, 1897 ' The Dalles, Wasco county. 

15.1898 Feb. 21,1898 i Albany, Linn county. 
25,1898 Mar. 12, 1898 , Blodgett, Benton county. 
19,1898 April 23,1898 Portland, Multnomah county 

3.1898 May 11.1898 ' Central Point, Jackson county. 
16,1898 Juue 2,1898 i Mt. Hood, Wasco county. 

7,1898 June 13,1898 , Portlaud, Multnomah county. 

21.1896 July 21,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
29,1898 Aug. 3,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
16.1898 Sept. 21,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

12,1898 ._ i Sumpter, Baker county. 

81,1898 Aug. 5,1898 , Astoria, Clatsop county. 
14,1898 Oct. 7,1898 I Wlllainina, Yamhill county. 
19,1898 Jan. 22,1898 Astoria, Clatsop county. 
26,1898 Aug. 31,1898 i Summerville.Uuion county. 
12,1898 . Roseburg, Douglas county. 

8.1897 Jan. 14, 1897 ' Portland, Multnomah county. 

24.1897 Mar. 27,1897 I Portland, Multnomah county. 
31,1897 Sept. 2, 1897 i Albany, Linn county. 
17,1897 Sept. 20,l8y7 I Portland, Multnomah county. 

18. 1897 Dec. 29, 1897 ! Portland, Multnomah county. 

27.1898 July 13,1898 Coqullle, Coos county. 

1.1898 July 6, 1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
1,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

11,1898 ' Portland, Multnomah county. 

13,1898 I Sept. 15,1898 j Portland, Multnomah county 

7,1898 i Nov. 9,1898 , Ashland, Jackson county. 

5,1898 , Dec. 7,1898 Lebanon, Linn county. 



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Of notaries appointed by Got. William P. Lord between January I, 1897. and January l r 
1899, showing date or their appointment, date of qualification ( if qualified ), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Date o/ appoint- 
ment. 



Date o/ qualifi- 
cation. 



Pottojflee addrtst. 



Geeser, Frank E. Mar. 2,1898 

•ellariy.Jobn A June 23,1898 1 

Getoler.T.J July 7,1898 

Geiould, P. E. Sept. 12,1898 i 

Gebhardt, A. E Nov. 8, 1898 , 

Gilmore, 8. M Jan. 11,1897 

GlUespie, 8. S May 5,1897 

Glbbs, B.L Sept. 23,1897 

Giltner, R . R .Dec, 8, 1897 

Gilman, D. E *Dec. 10, 1897 

Gibson, Frank Jan. 6,1898 

Gilstrap, M. J Mar. 81,1898 ' 

Gibson, J. H '. July 21 , 1898 

Glesy,A.H Aug. 15,1898 

Glisan, R. L July 3, 1897 

Gleason, James Dec. 4,1897 

Goff, J.B.— Feb. 8,1897 

Good, George Feb. 12. 1897 

Goodale, J.C Mar. 8,1897 

Gordon, F. 8 Mar. 8,1897 

Go wan, A. W May 4,1897 

Goyne, T. H June 21,1897 

Gordon. W. A Dec. 10,1897 

GossUn, W. G Jan. 8,1898 

Goodman, J. T Feb. 11.1&98 

Goldsmith,|I May 25, 189k 

Golira.J.O Oct. 10,1898 

Goldsmith, Louis J Dec. 5,1898 

Gregory, W. M Jan. 6,1897 

Griffin, M.G.* Feb. 8.1897 ' 

Griffith, F.T Feb. 26,1897 

Greene, 8. H Mar. 3,1897' 

Gray, William F May 10,1897 

Gram, Frank 8 May 5.18J7 

Gray, William F May 10,1897 

G renter, Gregoire June 21,1897 

Grout, D. A Aug. 17,1897 

Griffin. Robert Oct. 28,1897 

Greene, Thomas G Jan. 6,1898 

Gragg.J. P Feb. 15,1898 

GraKF.R Feb. 28,1898 

Graves, Glenn O Mar. 11,1898 

Graham, R. P , April 18,1898 

Grubbe, G. W Sept. 8,1898 

Gregory, E. R Sept. 27,1898 

Grendstaff, W.H Oct. 3,1898 

Griffin. M G Dec. 3,1898 

Gurley, 8.A.D June 8,1*98 

G wilt, John W Dec. 4,1897 

Hartman,E.M Jan. 13,1897 

Harrington, 6. R Feb. 16,1897 

Hadley, J. G Mar. 9,1897 

Hall. John Mar. 24,1897 

Hardy, Charles A Mar. 31,1897 

Hart, Frank E. June 4,1897 

Hall, James J* June 14,1897 

Hamaker, J. June 24, 1897 

Harlocker.L '. July 3,1897 

Hastings, H.G.* July 6,1897 

Haller, JohnW July :4,1897 

Hamilton, James D Aug. 7,1897 

Hammer, I.J. « Aug. 12,1897 

Hathaway, William Aug. 13,1897 

Hailey.T.G Aug. 16,1897 

Handley, George H. Aug. 21,1897 

Harbaugh,C. K. Aug. 26.1897 

Hasly, c. F I 8ept. 3, 1897 

Hang, Albert A I Sept. 17,1897 

• Failed to qualify. 
J 



May 2, 1898 Baker City, Baker county. 
July 18,1898 Corvallis, Benton county. 
July 11,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Sept. 17,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Nov. 5,1*98 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Jan. 23,1897 Cornucopia, Union county. 
May 7,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oct. 9,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 10,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 27, 1897 Heppuer, Morrow county. 
Jan. 15,1898 Rickeral, Polk county. 
April 14,1898 Franklin, Linn county. 
July 27,1898 Corval lis, Benton county. 
Auk. 29.1898 Aurora, Marion county. 
July 8,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 7,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Feb. 23,1897 Lone Rock, Gilliam county. 
Feb. 16,1*97 Portland. Multnomah connty. 
Mar. 16,1897 Coburg, Lane county. 
Mar. 17,1897 Victor, Wasco county. 
May 11,1897 Hums, Harnev couniy. 
June 29,1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 
Dec. 15.1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Jan. 20, 1898 Ah ton a. Clauop county. 
Feb. 18, h98 Lookinsglass. Douglas count v. 
May 28,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oct. 13,l»98 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 1H.1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Jan. 16,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Feb. 27,1897 Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Mar. 5,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
May 12, 1897 Cottage Grove, Laue county. 
May 8,1897 Portland, Multnomah couniy. 
May 12, 1897 Cottage Grove, Lane county. 
June 24, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Aug. 23,1897 Ml. Tabor, Multnomah county. 
Nov. 3,1897 Lemati, Lane county. 
Jan. 10,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Feb. 25, 1898 Dusty, Benton couuty. 
Mar. 15, 1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Mar. 16,1898 Independence, Polk county. 
April 21,1898 Portland, Multnomah countv. 
Sept. 19,1898 Wilbur, Douglas county. 
Oct. 4,1898 Hillsboro, Washington county. 
Oct. 5,189* Portland, Multnomah couniy. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Arlington, Gilliam county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Marquam, Clackamas county. 

Portland, Multnomah couniy. 

Newberg, Yamhill county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Empire City, Coos county. 

Bonanza, Klamath couniy. 

Coquille,Coos county. 

Air lie, Polk county. 

Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

Roseburgt Douglas county. 

Portland, Multnomah connty. 
Aug. 17,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Aug. 23,1897 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
A ug. 28, 1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 
Aug. 28, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Sept. 9,1897 Ashland, Jackson county. 
Sept. 21,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 



June 


11,1898 


Dec. 


10, 1897 


Jan. 


19, 1897 


Mar. 


1,1897 


Mar. 


12,1897 


Mar. 


29,1897 


April 


8,1897 


June 


7,1897 


July 


2,1897 


July 


7,1897 


Sept. 


1,1897 


Aug. 


12,1897 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897. and January 1 
1S99. showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office add was— Continued. #• i~- 



Xante of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Hate of qualifi- 
cation.. 



Portofice addrtu. 



Harrlf«,W. A I Sept. 18,1897 Sept. 27,1897 

Harrold, George Sept. 28,1897 > Sept. 27,1897 

Haas, N.J 8ept. 80,1897 Oct. 1,1897 

H ay ter, Oscar Oct. 4,1897 t Oct. 7,1897 

Hamilton, Charles L Nov. 1,1897 ' Nov. 4,1897, 

Mardesty, Edith M Nov. 6,1897 Nov. 13,1897 ' 

Wawkins, C. E , Nov. 11,1897 Nov. 15,1897 

Hartman, G. A I Dec. 3,1897 , Dec. 9,1897 i 

Harrison, M.A ; Dec. 7,1897 Dec. 13,1897 , 

Hailey, jr. John Dec. 14,1897 Dec. 18,1897 

.Hart,j. N I Jan. 4,1898 Jan. 8,1898 

'Hall, I. F Feb. 3,1898 | Feb. 15,1898 

«art, George B 'Feb. 14,1898 Feb. 18,1898 

'Hammer. Seth R — Feb. 7, 1898 Feb. 7, 1898 

Haines, E. W ' Feb. 14, 1898 Feb. 18, 1898 

'ifiallock, F.J | Mar. 28,1898 April 4,189s 

Haley, E.M | Mar. 28,1898 ; May 4,1898 

Hammersly, Joseph April 4,1898 ! April 13,1898 

Harrett, J. B , April 8,1898 . May 2,1898 | 

Hamaker, J. W ! April 16, 1898 ' May 22, 1898 

Halstead, Herbert I April 23,1898 i Sept. 15,1898 

Hartman.J. L May 6,1898 I May 13,1898 

Hathaway. Ed. F ] May 14,1898 Juue 8,1898 

Harrison, Robert • ! May 27,1898 

Hall.L. F I June 3,1898 j June 8,1898 

Havmona, Benjamin. June 7,1898 June 9,189* 

Hayes, George W. I June 15,1898 June 23,1898 ' 

Hayes. G. E June 11,1898 July 13,1898 . 

Hazen, George W June 19,1898 , July 21,1898 ' 

Harris, Laurence T.* Aug. 5,1898 _ 

Hayes, Walter G -J Aug. 12,1898 Aug. 15,1898 ' 

Hall, John F Aug. 8,1898 Aug. 18,1898 

Hare. Joseph* Aug. 15,1898 i. 

Hale, X.J._ , Sept. 6.1S98 ' Sept. 17,1898 

Hamilton, J. F Sept. 7,1898 , Sept. 12,1898 

Hard m«. Sterling F \ Sept. 10,1898 Sept. 14,1898 

Hawtev.J.H Sept. lu, 1898 , Sept. 15,1898 

Hale. W. C ' Oct. 4,1898 Oct. 8,1898 

Harlow, Frederick E Oct. 8,1898 ; Oct. 17,1898 1 

Hayford, George . Oct. 13,1898 Oct. 28,1898 

Harris, M. M Oct. 14,1898-| Oct. 22,1898 j 

Halght, K.J. Oct. 21,1898 : Nov. 9,1898 

Haight, Clinton P Oct. 21,1898 Nov. 9,1898 

Hazard, S.H i Nov. 1,1898 | Nov. 5,1898 

Hendricks, H.H Jane 5,1897 June 16,1897 

Hendricks. R.J ..June 8, 1897 'June 9,1897 

Heniou, George E. June 26,1897 • July 3,1897 

Hedges, . i. E Oct. 23,1897 i Oct. 26,1897 

Hendricks, H. B I Nov. 11,1897 I Nov. 18,1897 

Hesse, Fred i Dec. 13,1898 Dec. 29,1898 

Henderson, John L Feb. 21,1898 Feb. 21,1898 

Heppner. II. A 1 Mar. 10,1898 Mar. 12,1898 

Heydan.WIllP July 19,1898 July 22,1898 

Henderson, Henry I July 13,1898 July 22,1898 

Helms, jr. A Aug. 12,1898 i Sept. 19,1898 

Henry, Charles K I Oct. 4,1898 Oct. 11,1898 

Hendricks, M.M ' Nov. 9,1898 i Nov. 30,1898 

Hemenway, James Nov. 16,1898 Nov. 26,1898 

Hewitt, H.H Dec. 9,1898 Dec. 9,1898 

Hicks, I. C Jan. 8,1897 Jan. 16,1897 

Higgins.C.R Feb. 3,1897 Feb. 10,1897 

Hill, C. H I July 7,1897 July 10,1897 

Hinsdale, O.B Dec. 31,1897 ' Jan. 5,1898 

Hind man, W.W ' Feb. 21,1898 Mar. 9,1898 

Hill, Hale S Mav 3,1898 May 9,1898 

Hilleary, W. M \ June 30,1898 July 2,1898 

Hirsshberg, H . Nov. 5,1898 Nov. 8,1898 

Hovey.A.G , Jan. 11,1898 Jan. 18,1898, 

* Failed to qualify. 



St. Helens, Columbia county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Dallas, Polk county. 
Rose burg, Douglas county. 
Silverton, Marion county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Island City, Union county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Dallas, Polk county. 
Lone Creek, Grant county. 
Grants Pass, Josephine county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Fo re st Grove, Washington county. 
Sump ter, Baker county. 
Antelope, Wasco county. 
Gold Hill, Jackson county. 
Marsbrleld, Coos county. 
Klamath Falls, Klamath county. 
Lost Valley, Gilliam couuty. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dryden, Josephine county. 
Waldport, Lincoln county. 
Newberg, Yamhill county. 
Rock Point, Jackson county. 
Burns, Harney county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Eugene, Lane countv. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Marsh field, Coos county. 
Hare, Curry county, 
lone, Morrow county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
McMinnville, Yamhill county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Empire, Coos county. 
Fossil, Gilliam county. 
Salem, Marlon county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Condon , Gilliam county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Hood River, Wasco county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Roseburg, Douglas county. 
Mayger, Columbia county. 
Twickenham, Gilliam county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Fossil. Gilliam county. 
Forew Grove, Lane county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Gardiner, Douglas county. 
La Graude, Union county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Turner, Marion county. 
Independence, Polk county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 



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123 



TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897. and January 1, 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Xam* o/ notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



I>ate of qualifi- 
cation. 



PoBtofflte address. 



Hodgkin, Frank E , Jan. 15,1898 

Hough, John, E Jan. 18,1898 , 

Hoeye, D. F I Feb. 3, 1898 

Howard, James A Feb. 8,1898 

Howell, T.J ' Feb. 12,1898 

Hobbs.J.W Mar. 4,1898 

Homer, S.S I Mar. 6,1898 ' 

Ho I man, George F Mar. 31,1897 

Hodges, Edwin ' July 14,1897 ! 

Holliugsnead, John L— July 29,1897 

Hoyt. George W Aug. 17,1897 

Hoffman. J. N Aug. 20,1897 

Hogue, H.W Sept. 7,1897 

Holmes, Webster 8ept. 7,1897 < 

Holme*, E. A... Deo. 10,1897 

Hoskinson, R. E Dec. 30,1897 

Holm.R.F Jan. 15,1897 

Hoelbing, D.W.* j Jan. 26,1897 

Holman, G.O.* Mar. 18,1897 

Holmes, Frank May 3,1897 

Holden, E.C ' May 12,1897 

HOHford.J.B June 11,1897 i 

Hoy t, R. W I June 15, 1897 

Horton, Marion July 5, 1897 i 

Holgate, E.— July 13,1897 

Hosmer, J.E. July 22,1897' 

Hoecker, F.C ' Aug. 13,1897 

Hodson, C.W Sept. 7,1897 

Honeyman, J. L ■ Oct. 3,1897 ; 

Holmes, Mark Oct. 17,1897 

Howard, John W Nov. 19,1897 

Hough, A. C Nov. 28,1897 

Hofer, E Dec. 3,1897 

Hutton.J.C i Feb. 20,1897 

Hunt, J. W Mar. 16,1897 

Hurst. W. 8 April 12,1897 

Hughes, J. M May 17,1897 

Hull, Frank W June 28,1897 

Hunnicutt, H. F Aug. 7,1897 

Hugglns,C N | Aug. 10,1897 

Huntington. J. B Aug. 30,1897 

Hutchison, Mont. E , Aug. 31,1897 

Hudson, J. Nat. Sept. 7,1897 

Huntley, J , Nov. 11,1897 

Huntington, B. 8 Dec. 22,1897 

Hunter, Henry Dec. 31,1897 

Hudson, D. L Jan. 27,1898 

Humphreys, G. H April 20,1898 i 

Hudson, T. A ! June 7,1898 

Hufford, W. S , June 9,1898 i 

Huntington, J. M ' July 8,1898 

Hubbard, J. E Sept. 6, 1898 

Hyde, Charles F Feb. 18, 1897 

Hyde, J. E ' Sept. 20, 1897 " 

Irvine, J. D Jan. 25,1897 

Ingalls.H. H Feb. 6,1897 i 

Inman, I. P , Feb. 20,1897 

Ivanhoe, F. 8. June 16,1897 

Ingle, J. w , Jan. 18, 1898 

Idleman, H. L.» - April 22,1898 

Isaacson, Isidor July 28,1898 

Irvine, J. D Dec. 5,1898 

Isaac, S.T Dec. 7,1898 

Jackson, W. M Feb. 11,1897 

James, C.W Mar. 9,1897 

Jamea, A.B Mar. 15,1897! 

Jack, J. E ; April 14,1897 

Jackson, D. R, Sept. 30, 1897 

* Failed to qualify. 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



19,1898 
27,1898 
13, 1898 
11,1898 
24, 1898 
8, 1898 
18,1898 . 

2. 1897 
26, 1897 I 
14, 1897 ' 
19, 1897 , 
23, 1897 
14,1897 j 
14,1897 | 
18, 1897 

5.1898 , 
3,1898 



May 

May 

June 

June 

Aug. 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

April 

June 

June 

Julv 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

June 

Jan. 

Aug. 
Dec. 

Feb."" 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

Oct. 



3,1898 , 
16, 1898 
lo, 1898 , 
17, 1898 ' 
22,1898 , 
16, 1898 ' 
10,1898 , 
16, 1898 
12, 1898 

5, 1898 
21, 1898 

9, 1898 | 
14,1898 

6,1898 i 

1, 1897 i 
25, 1897 
17,1897 • 
20,1897 . 

3. 1897 ! 
30,1897 , 

6. 1898 
4, 1897 

27, 1897 | 
14, 1897 
26,1897 • 

28. 1897 
5,1898 

12. 1898 
23, 1898 
11,1898 
11,18*8 
14, 1898 
12, 1898 
18, 1897 
28,1897 , 
30,1897 , 
17,1897 ' 

3.1897 ; 

26. 1897 

28.1898 | 

~2^1898"i 

9. 1898 , 

"i5"l897" 
22, 1897 
29,1897 . 
16, 1897 
4, 1897 



Salem, Marion county. 
La Grande, Union county. 
Mill City, Marion county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Ashland, Jackson county. 
McMinnville, Yamhill county. 
Humpter, Baker county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Prineville; Crook county. 
Antelope, Wasco county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Wallowa, Wallowa county. 
Moro, Sherman county. 
Philomath, Benton county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Moro, Sherman county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Diamond, Harney county. 
Cnrvallis, Benton county. 
Silvenon, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Whiteson, Yamhill county. 
Kerby, Josephine county. 
Grants Pa«B, Josephine county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Waterloo, Linn county. 
Kerby, Josephine county. 
Aurora, Marion county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Mehama, Marion county. 
Fall Creek, Lane county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Athena, Umatilla county. 
Merrill, Klamath county. 
Sumpter, Baker county. 
Gold Beach, Curry county. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Carlton, Yamhill county. 
Hillsboro, Washington county. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Corvallis, Benton county. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Lafayette, Yamhill county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Brownsville, Linn county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Lorane, Lane county. 
La Grande, Union county. 
Philomath, Benton county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Hubbard, Marion county. 
Independence, Polk county. 
Helix, Umatilla county. 
Dilley, Washington county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Pilot Rock, Umatilla county. 
Marquam, Clackamas county. 
Newberg, Yamhill county. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1. 1897, and January k 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Same of notary. 



' Date of appoint- 
| ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Postojtct addrtet. 



Jackson, J. 8 Mar. 

Janes, H . C Nov. 

Jett, Geo. W Feb. 

Jenne, W. G Mar. 

Jennings. J. J June 

Jeffreys, 8. 1 June 

Jesse, W. W Dec. 

Jennings, J. A Nov. 

Johnson, H. A ' Jan. 

Jones, W. A. M.~ Feb. 

Johnson, W. Carey Mar. 

Johns, C. A ! Mar. 

Joljn, David April 

Johnson, J. J May 

Johns, M. M - | June 

Joy, Allen R - July 

Jones, Clarence H ~ ! Auir. 

Jones, William V ' Sept. 

Johnson, J. C , Deo. 

Johns, James M Feb. 

Jones, F. A I May 

Jones, B.F June 

Johansen, John H ' June 

Joseph, George W.P.* — Sept. 

Johnston, A. W. < Oct. 

Jones, Willlard N i Nov. 

Jones, Leigh Nov. 

Judson, T. P | Sept. 

Katka, Samuel Feb. 

Kavanaugh, John P i Oct. 

Kane.F. T ' Feb. 

Kaiser, W. M 1 May 

Keys.W.G ' Jan. 

Kearney. L •. Mar. 

Keesa, H.W June 

Kelly, Percy R „ — I July 

Keenan, Fred S • Ocr. 

Keady, W. P , April 

Kellogg, Frank ' July 

Keeley, J. A.* Aug. 

Kelley, H.* ! Sept 

Kelly, H.L Nov. 

Kear, C. F. Nov. 

Keyt, D.L Nov. 

King. H.C. — — ' Jan. 

Kissinger, Chas. M | May 

Kindt, C. E June 

Kinney, Geo. W i July 

Kirkland, J.W , Dec. 

Kimball, Chas. W Dec. 

KiJlgoie, J.R. i Jan. 

King, T. J i Jan. 

King, Gilbert L. , Mar. 

Kirkland, J. E.— ' Mar. 

King, Will K i July 

Kirby, J. H ' Oct. 

Klink, 8. A - Nov. 

Knox, 8. V ' Feb. 

Knowles, J. iV July 

Knight, Wm Nov. 

Koonlz, James H.. , Mar. 

Kramer, Otto J Oct. 

KrewFon, John W I Jan. 

Kuratb.Jobn J , June 

Lakin, Thos.N ! Mar. 

Lang worthy, J. H. Mar. 

Lam son, R. B June 

Lawton, D. I.. j Nov. 

♦Failed to qualify. 



2,1898 
11.1898 
20,1897 

5,1897 

1,1897 
111,1897 
10,1897 ' 
22,1898 

7,1897 
19,1897 

4,1897 
19, 1897 

5,1897 

7. 1897 
1,1897 

14. 1897 
11,1897 
25,1897 

6,1897 
10,1898 

5. 1898 

20. 1898 
27, 1898 
20,1898 .. 

8,1898 

2,1898 
12,1898 . 

6,1897 
11,1897 

5,1897 
17, 1X98 , 
11, 1898 

16. 1897 
3,1897 

16,1897 

21,1897 

7,1897 

18. 1898 
2,1898 

12,189b , 
8,1898 , 
8,1898 
7,1898 
28,1898 
23,1897 
17,1897 
16, 1897 
9,1897 

81.1897 , 
31,]897 

8,1898 
11,1898 
18,1898 
18,1898 

28.1898 , 
27,1898 

1,1897 ; 
9,1897 , 
11,1897 

29. 1897 

10.1898 i 

21.1897 , 
18,1898 

16.1898 ' 
10,1897 ' 
22,1897 
15,1897 I 

3,1897 ; 



Mar. 12,1898 



Feb. 

Mar. 

June 

June 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Oci. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

May 

June 

July 



25,1897 

10, 1897 ' 

7,1897 

18, 1897 

20. 1897 

26. 1898 
8,1897 

24, 1897 
8,1897 
23,1897 
18,1887 
16,1897 
7, 1897 
17, 1897 

19. 1897 
6,1897 
4,1898 

25. 1898 
11,1898 
23,1898 

2,1898 



Oct. 
Nov. 



8, 1898 
4,1898 



sept. 

M^r. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

May 

Feb. 

Mar. 

June 

July 

Oct. 

April 

July 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

May 

April 

July 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

July 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

Mar. 

Mar. 

June 

Nov. 



12. 1897 
1,1897 
7,1897 

21,1898 

12. 1898 

23. 1897 
8,1897 

20,1897 
22,1897 
11,1897 
21,1898 

19. 1898 



18,1898 
9,1898 
18, 1897 

20. 1897 
21,1897 
14,1897 

4,1898 
27,1898 

24. 1898 
14, 1898 
18,1898 

2,1898 
26, 1898 

5,1898 

5,1897 
26,1897 
16,1897 

3,1897 
17, 1898 
25,1897 
20, 1898 
22,1898 
17, 1897 
25,1897 
17,1897 , 

5,1897 , 



Glencoe, Washington county. 
Carson, Urlon county. 
Baker Cit> , Baker county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Barlow, Clackamas county. 
Grants Pass, Josephine county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Williams, Josephine county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Athena, Umatilla county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Woodville, Jackson county. 
Woodburn, Marion county. 
Arlington, Gilliam county. 
Brooks, Marion county. 
Toledo, Lincoln county. 
Seaside, Clatsop county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Hobsonville, Tillamook county. 
Grants Pas*, Josephine county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Mayville, Gilliam county. 
Pendleton .'Umatilla county. 
Bonanza, Klamath county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland. Multnomah county, 
bak-m, Marion county. 
An tone. Grant county. 
Burns, Harney county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Bourne, Baaercountv. 
Perry dale, Polk county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Independence, Polk county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Weston, Umatilla county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Oniario, Malheur county. 
Milton, Umatilla county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Adams, Umatilla county. 
Beaverton, Washington county. 
Weston, Unvatilla county. 
La Grande, Union county. 
Canby. Clackamas county. 
Echo, Umatilla county. 
Port land, Multnomah county. 
Drain, Douglas county. 
Bethany, Washington county. 
Sellvood, Multnomah county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Medford, Jackson county. 



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TABULATED LI8T 

Of notaries appointed bv Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899. showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address. 



.Vim* of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Postofflce addrett. 



Lathrop, W.P Nov. 

Lambert, A. W. Jan. 

Lang ley. W. M Jan. 

lAfulleu, 0. B Feb. 

Lawrey, J. H. . Feb. 

La Force. Win. M May 

Lawton, R.T. June 

Labbe, r. Henri \ July 

Lachner. ffm.J Feb. 

Latoureiie, CD. i Oct. 

Latoureue, D. C Nov. 

Latbrop, P. N i Dee. 

Leland, Benjamins ; Jan. 

Lewellen,W.J Jan. 

Lewellen, J. L. i April 

LeRoy, A. May 

Lehnberr, J. A Sept. 

Lewis. C. A Nov. 

Leonard, J. 1) , Mar. 

Lam an, John A ' May 

Leonard, Mary E. June 

Leisure, John C* Sept. 

Lent.<reor?eF : 3ept. 

Lewis, A. T Z. . Oct. 

Leslie, M. A ' Dec. 

Leedy, a. D Dec. 

Linton, E. E I Feb. 

Lines, H.M I May 

Linden. C. C. — _ i Oct. 

Lippincott, B. E ' Nov. 

Livermorc. Lot Jan. 

Little. Charles P Jan. 

Lindsley, A. A ; Dec. 

Lloyd, R. H. i Jan. 

Lockwood,C. M Jan. 

Loring, D. i Feb. 

Lovelf, Frank K ' May 

Locke, F.S , May 

Long, I. M | June 

London, T.W Oct. 

Lomox, Leroy Oct. 

Long, J. M.* ! Jan. 

Lombard, B. M Mar. 

Lottritz, Nellie J ' Mar. 

Lord, Charles F ' June 

Looney.A.D.* Aug. 

Longacre, E. S '■ Nov. 

Loggan.J. II Dec. 

Luckey.W. X * Sept. 

Lueddvmann, E. L ! Nov. 

Lyons. John July 

Lyons, Henry . Oct. 

Lytle, W. S Dec. 

Alar tin, Carey F | Jan. 

Martin, Z.J i Jan. 

Malarkey , Dan J. Feb. 

Mars, J. L ..! Feb. 

Mac A Ulster. A. S* I Mar. 

Marsell,J. n ; April 

Mallory, Eliner I April 

Macleay, Roderick L , June 

Marsh, G.W.* 'June 

Matteson, F. 9 July 

Ifaoesby. l.T._. ' July 

Mayger. G.G. July 

Maxwell, M. s.._ Sept. 

Maltby. Alfred E ■ Oct. 

MacMahon, M.J __ Nov. 

•Failed to qualify. 



17.1897 Nov. 19,1897 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

18.1898 Feb. 2,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 
24,1898 Jan. 25,1898 i Forest Grove. Washington county. 

4,1898 Feb. 12,1898 Sheridan, Yamhill county. 

17,1898 Feb. 21,1898 «' Peudletou. Umatilla county. 

21,1898 May 24,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

18,1898 June 17,1898 ! Med ford, Jackson county. 

0,1898 July 11,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 

7,1898 Sept. 28,1898 Baker City, Baker county. 

4,1898 Nov. 11,1898 Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

2,1898 Nov. 10,1898 Oregon City. Clackamas county. 

17,1898 _ . Elk City, Lincoln county. 

4,1897 ' Feb. 17,1897 Monument, Grant countv. 

22,1897 Feb. 10,1897 , Springwaier, Clackamas county. 

3,1897 ' April 7,1897 Myrtle Point, Coos county. 

8,1897 May 11,1897 La Grande, Union county. 

15.1897 Dec. 4,1897 Myrtle Point, Coos county. 

1.1897 Nov. 3,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

9.1898 I Mar. 11,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
9,1898 June 1,1898 i Huntington, Baker county. 

28.1898 July 20,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
8,1898 _. Portland, Multnomah county. 

11,1Mb Sept. 26,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

14,1898 Oct. 17,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

6,1898 Dec. 12,1898 Wa*cn, Sherman county. 

7,1898 . — _. Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

1,1897 Feb. 10,1897 Nehalera, Tillamook countv. 

10,1897 May 19,1897 Independence, Polk county. 

5.1897 , Oct. 8,1897 Sheridan, Yamhill county. 

29.1897 Dec. 2, 18«7 , Portland, Multnomah county. 

18.1898 Jan. 22,1898 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
29,1898 Feb. 23,18^8 Portland, Multnomah county. 

7.1898 Dec. 10,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
30, 1897 Mar. 3, 1897 , Union, Union county. 
13,1897 Jan. 14,1*97 Salem, Marion county. 

3,1897 Feb. 10,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

14,1897 May 14,1897 Salem, Marion county. 

28, 1897 June 2, 1897 Troutdale, Multnomah county. 

3.1897 June 12,1897 Astoria, Clatsop county. 
27,1897 Nov. 6,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

10.1897 Nov. 12,1897 Union, Union county. 

10.1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

14,1898 Mar. 18,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

30,1898 ' Mar. 30,1898 Salem, Marion county. 

20,1898 June 28,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

22,1898 „ Mitchell, Crook county. 

2. 1898 Nov. 7, 1898 Buena Vista, Polk county. 
8,1898 Harney, Harney county. 

11,1897 ' Ashland, Jackson county. 

8,1898 Nov. 22,1898 Antelope, Wasco county. 

28,1897 Aug. 2,1897 , Condon, Gilliam c.unty. 

11.1897 Nov. -14,1897 Lyons, Linn county. 

20. 1898 Wasco, Sherman county. 

5,1897 Jan. 6,1897 , Salem, Marion county. 

22,1897 Feb. 20,1897 Poplar, Grant county. 

1,1897 Feb. 6.1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

5,1897 Feb. 23,1897 La Grande, Union county. 

29, 1897 The Dalles, Wasco county. 

1,1897 April 3,1897 Astoria, Clatsop county. 

2,1897 April 6,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

7,1897 July 22.1897 Portland, Multnomah county, 

22,1897 _. r'enierville, Washington county. 

8,1897 July 12,1897 Turner, Marion county. 

20,1897 July 27,1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 

23,1897 Aug. 9,1897 Mayger, Columbia county. 

10,1897 ' Sept. 27,18**7 Gooseberry, Morrow county. 

27,1897 Nov. 1,1897 Oakland, Douglas county. 

10,1897 Nov. 15,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January l r 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Name of notary. 



Date «»/ appoint- 
ment. 



Datr of qualifi- 
cation. 



PtHtojfice ad&rcM. 



May, W.J Nov. 27 

Matthews, H.V Dec. 1 

May, C. O Dec. 15i 

Mayer, P. J. and Alex ' Jan. 

Marcellus, L. C Jan. 15, 

Marquam.jr.P.A ' Feb. 

Maaton, E. C Feb. 15; 

Maegly, A. H Mar. 21 

Macleod, Donald Mar. 1t\ 

MacDougall,C.J i April 4, 

Macrum,W.8 • April 15, 

Mack, J. W 1 June 18, 

Marshall, J. B , June 18, 

Marsh, C.H I June 29 t 

Mager*, J. E 1 July 5, 

Mays, Edwin July 22, 

Mackie.D.B ] Aug. 16, 

Man ley, A. B Sept. 2, 

Masters, W.Y ! Sept. 16 

Manning, F.M 'Oct. 12| 

Mays, E.M Oct. 17, 

Mann, J.D . Oct. 24, 

Martin, William Q Oct. 29; 

Maloney.H.S I Nov. 4, 

Mai lory, A Nov. 5, 

Maybee, Charles E Dec. 7, 

Merrick, W. H ', Jan. 18, 

Meyers, F. L Feb. 20, 

Meredith, Frank i Mar. 

Medley, J. 8 May 10, 

Merrill, H. F 1 July 6, 

Mendenhall, E. J July 6, 

Mellis.Fred R ! Aug. 10, 

Menefee, W. R , Sept. Sj, 

Merges. Ernest E Oct. 15, 

Mendenhall, A. R ■ Dec 3 V 

Measinger, J. A , Dec. 8, 

Meier, Julius L Jan. 

Menefee, Frank . Jan. 10; 

Meyer, F. A April 5, 

Merritt, N.B April 16, 

Messick,J.B June 15, 

Mess, Peter A Aug. 22, 

Menzer, Fred .Nov. l v 

Menefee, R. E. Dec. 5, 

Miller. J. L , Jau. 6, 

Miller, G.R Jan. 14, 

Minot.T.S i Feb. 9, 

Miller, George M Feb. 10, 

Miles, H. A Feb. 16, 

Miller, Jacob G Mar. 

Mitchell, H. E ' Mar. 17, 

Milner. John T April 6, 

Miles, Thomas E , April 18, 

Miller, A.D ' April 16, 

Miller, H. W ., Au*. 10, 

Minor, E. Aug.. 17, 

Miller, E.0 Sept. 30, 

Miller, E.E Jan. 21 

Miller, William , Jan. 19| 

Miller, J. E ! Jan. 24 

Mlnnaugh.J.H Feb. 24, 

Miller, G.S April 18, 

Miller, M. E.* May 19, 

Miller, Wm 'June 7, 

Mlddleton, J. H June 11 

Miller, O. L June 21 

Miller, Robt. A .A ug. 22, 

• Failed to qualify. 



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. Dec. 4,1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 

, Dec. 1,1897 Salem, Marion county. 

■ Dec. 81,1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 

I Jan. 26,1898 Portland, Multnomah count?. 

I Jan. 18, 1898 Oakland, Douglas county. ' 

Feb. 11,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Feb. 17,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Mar. 24,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Mar. 24,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

1 April 6,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

April 19,1898 i Portland, Multnomah county. 

July 1, 1898 Prairie City, Grant county. 

I June 24,1898 ' Bandon, Coos county. 

July 6,1898 Union, Union county. 

July 7,1898' McMinnville. Yamhill county. 

July 27,1898 , Portland, Multnomah county. 

Aug. 20,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Sept. 17,1898 i Portland, Multnomah county. 

Sept. 19,1S98 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Ocr. 22,1898 Mulino, Clackamas county. 

Nov. 22,1898 Elk City, Lincoln county. 

Oct. 29,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Oct. 29,1898 , Eujfene, Lane count v. 

i Nov. 7,1898 McMinnville, Yanrnill county. 

Nov. 22,1898 i Heppner, Morrow county. 

Dec. 14,1898 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

Jan. 20,1897 ' Portland, Multnomah county. 

Feb. 24,1897 La Grande, Union county. 

Mar. 10,1897 , Salem, Mariou county. 

May 13,1897 Cot tage Grove, Lane county. 

Aug. 12,1*97 Albany, Linn count v. 

July 12,1897 Buxton, Washington county. 

Aug. 18,1897 Baker City, Baker county. 

> Oct. 4, 1897 I Dufur, Wasco county. 

Oct. 18, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Dec. 8,1897 j Portland, Multnomah county. 

, Jan. 8,1898 , Laurel, Washington county. 

Jan. 6,1>98 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Jan. 13, 1898 ] The Dalles, Wasco county. 

April 9,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

I May 3,1898 I Union, Union county. 

, July 11,1898 , Baker City, Baker county. 

Aug. 24,1898 ! Mt. Angel, Marion county, 

i Nov. 4, 1898 Yoncalla, Douglas county. 

Dec. 10,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Mar. 8,1897 , Sclo,Linn county. 

Jan. 27,1897 Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

Mar. 23,1897 i Marsh field, Coos county. 

Mar. 3,1897 Eugene, Lane county. 

Feb. 27, 1897 i Woods, Tillamook county. 

1 Mar. 8,1897 Aurora, Marlon county. 

> Mar. 23,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
April 13,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

I April 24, 1897 Scotts Mills, Marion county. 

April 20,1897 j Portland, Multnomah county. 

, Aue. 12,1897 Roseburg, Douglas county. 

Aug. 20,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Oct. 4,1897 | Portland, Multnomah county. 

Jan. 26,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

Jan. 22,1898 La Grande, Union county. 

Jan. 26,1898 PenrUeton, Umatilla county. 

Mar. 7,1898 Perry, Union county. 

April 26,1898 ' Creswell, Lane county. 

Antelope, Wasco county. 

June 3,1898 Ontario, Malheur county. 

June 15,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 

Aug. 6,1898 Baker City, Baker county. 

Sept. 2, 1898 Oregon City, Clackamas county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1867, and January J, 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified ), and bom- 
offlce address — Continued. 



Name of notary. 



Doit of appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qnaHJi- 
cation. 



Miller, F. M. • Aug. 3, 1898 

Miller, S.W Oct. 4,1898 

Mintie, F. L Nov. 14,1898 

Miller, F.C Nov. 17,1898 

Miley, Henry Nov. 23,1898 

Moagrove, Wm Jan. 13,1897 

Moore, Frank L Jan. 20,1897 

Montleth.D. B Mar. 12,1897 

Mooman, D.L April 26,1897 

Morris, Joseph A. June 16,1897 

Montgomery, H. M July 9,1897 

Mount, O.B.* Nov. 6,1897 

Moser,H.A Jan. 10,1898 

Moore, W.J _ Jan. 11,1898 

Moon,C.L._ Jan. 28,1898 

Morrow, Robt. G Jan. 7,1898 

Moore. C. F Aj>ril 26, 1898 

Morgan, Clarence O '. May 9,1898 

Morse, A. D June 24,1898 

Moir, John July 8, 1898 

Motter, Frank July 28,1898 

Montague, J. V. W Aug. 5,1898 

Moores, Wiley A Aug. 25,1898 

Morcom. E. P i Sept. 7, 1898 

Moore, Jas. F. * ; Sept. 9, 1898 

Moser, G.C Sept. 14,1898 

Moor. C. A Oct. 4,1898 

More) and, J.C Oct. 10,1898 

Morton. O. F ( )ct. 29, 1898 

Morrow, J. W Oct. 29,1898 

Moore, Chas.W _. Nov. 11,1898 

Mulker,F.M _. Feb. 2,1897 

Muir.Wm.T April 14,1897 

Murphv, E.W.* June 11,1897 

Murphy, J. H Aug. 20, 1897 

Murdock, Hiram F April 8,1898 

Munly, M.G Aug. 18,1898 

Myers. W.S Mar. 11,1898 

Myers. Jefferson Oct. 3,1898 

McCulloch, J. W Jan. .11,1897 

McClure.A.S Mar. 2,1897 

McClanahan, E. J Mar. 12, 1897 

McCornack, E. P. May 7,1897 

McCully. J.D June 26,1897 

McCoy, Newton June 28,1897 

McCulloch, C.H Oct. 7,1897 

McCall, J. A Oct. 14,1897 

McClary,T.J Oct. 19,1897 

McClelland, A. C Dec. 4. 1897 

McCord.I.H July 9,1898 

McCourt, John Aug. 6,1898 

McDonald, William H... May 21,1897 

McDonald, D Nov. 20,1897 

McDowell, CD Oct. 21,1898 

McDevlti,T.B Nov. 12,1898 

McDaniel,F.8 Dec. 2,1898 

McEwen, H. B Sept. 17,1897 

McFadden, A. L Jan. 13,1*97 

McFadden, W.'S June 24,1897 

McGee.J.J July 16,1897 

McGrew.J.C Oct. 7,1897 

McGee, P. T Aug. 5,1898 

McGinn, nenry E Nov. 14,1898 

Mclnnis, M May 13,1897 

McIntyre.J.T.* May 19,1897 

McIntyre,L.J Aug. 25.1898 

McKinn, Maurice Jan. 25,1897 

McKitricks, E.J June 17,1898 

•Failed to qualify. 



Oct. 


11, 1898 


Nov. 


21, 1898 


Nov. 


25, 1898 


Dec. 


5, 1898 


Jan. 


27, 1897 


Jan. 


2>,1897 


Mar. 


16, 1897 


April 


30, 1897 


July 


6, 1897 


July 


14,1897 


Jan. 


"14*1898" 


Jan. 


19,1898 


April 


1,1898 


Feb. 


28, 1898 


Mav 


12, 1898 


May 


12,1898 


July 


14,1898 


July 


9,1898 


July 


30, 1898 


Aug. 


9, 1898 


Aug. 


27, 18% 


8ept. 


12, 1698 


Sept. 


17, 1898 


Oct. 


19, 1898 


Oct. ' 


12, 1898 


Nov. 


2,1898 


Nov. 


28, 1898 


Nov. 


21,1898 


Feb. 


6.1897 


April 


18, 1897 


Aug. 


25, 1897 


April 


15,1898 


Aug. 


20,1898 


Mar. 


15,1898 


Oct. 


3, 1898 


Jan. 


13, 1897 


Mar. 


4, 1897 


Mar. 


23, 1898 


May 


13, 1898 


July 


12,1898 


June 


30,1898 


oct. 


23, 1*98 


Oct. 


18,1898 


Dec. 


20, 1898 


Dec. 


10, 1898 


Julv 


19, 1898 


Sept. 


3, 1898 


May 


26. 1897 


Dec. 


6, 1897 


Nov. 


2, 1H98 


Nov. 


15, 1898 


Dec. 


5, 1898 


Sept. 


20, 1897 


Jan. 


28,1897 


June 


26, 1897 


A ne. 


10, 1897 


Oct. 


11,1897 


Aug. 


12, 1898 


Nov. 


19, 1898 


May 


26, 1897 


Sept." 


" *9 J8^8 


Jau. 


28, 1897 


June 


21,1898 



l*o«tofflce addre$r. 



Lakeview, Lake county. 
Burns, Harney county. 
Oswego. Clackamas county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Wilson vllle. Clackamas county. 
Athena, Umatilla county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Linnens. Lane county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Silverton, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Lakeview, Lake county. 
Coquille, Coos county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Creswell. Lane county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Bandon, Coos county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Woodburn, Marion county. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Heppner, Morrow county. 
Grass Valley, Sherman county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Klamath Falls, Klamath county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Salem, Marlon county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Eugene, Lane couuty. 
Eugene. Lane county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Joseph. Wallowa county. 
Port land, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Ashland, Jackson county. 
Gate*. Marion county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Snleni. Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Bik'gs Sherman county. 
Siimniemlle, Union county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Corval lis, Benton county. 
Corvallts, Benton county. 
Hardman, Morrow county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Myrtle (.reek, Douglns county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
The Dalle«, Wasco county. 
Salmon, Clackamas county. 
Milton, Umatilla county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah couuty. 



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Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897. and January 1, 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualiSed), and post- 
office address —Continued. 



Name of notary. 



Pate of appoint- 
mtnt. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Ptoto/flcc addrw. 



McLeod, N. C Dec. 

McNary, L. A , Jan. 

McPherson, W. E.» June 

McQuillam. William Feb. 

Nay lor, Edward L Feb. 

Newhall,H. H April 

Newberry, 8. A July 

Newbury, William S Sept. 

Newell, P. D Jan. 

Nelson, A July 

Newport, N. M. v Oct. 

Nicholas, H. B June 

Nixon. Richard « Sept. 

Nicholson, T. J. B . Nov. 

Nlles, Allen R Oct. 

Nixon, C. G. Nov. 

Nolan, Oak Mar. 

Norton, H. D Mar. 

Nolan, G. O. April 

Northup, Harry E June 

Norrle, D. H — Nov. 

Noland, George Jan. 

Nordstrom, John* Sept. 

Norton, E O Oct. 

Norrie.D.H Nov. 

Northup, H. H Nov. 

Nutting, W. L April 

Oatman, John R * Feb. 

Oral, Charles B. Feb. 

Orr, John S Mar. 

Ohlhoflf, A April 

Osburn, F. W April 

OMver, A. P Sept. 

Ovialt, Frank Nov. 

Ogilbee.John Dec. 

O'Xeil, Robert J Sept. 

O' Day, Thomas Dec. 

<>' Conner, Joseph July 

Paulson, Thomas » :. Jan. 

Patton, Frank Jan. 

Parrish, L. M Jan. 

Parker, W. H Feb. 

Patterson, Otis Feb. 

Palmer, Fred Mar. 

Parker, Kate K April 

Palmer, A. C Sept. 

Patterson, Orln L Sept. 

Patterson, J. H Oct. 

Pannenberg, Kugene — Nov. 

Pagett,C. W._ Dec. 

PaTlett, C.\* Jan. 

Parker, M.H. Feb. 

Parrett, Samuel L April 

Parrish, C. L April 

Payne, John M July 

Palmer, H.J* Aug. 

Parkes.Joe H Oct. 

Paddock, i . W Oct. 

Parker, H . H Oct. 

Park, Charles A Oct. 

Parker, E. R Nov. 

Patterson. S. A Nov. 

Paddock, F. A Dec. 

Payne, B. M Dec. 

Pearce. Lot L Nov, 

Perdue, L. I Jan. 

Pendleton, May W Mar. 

Peterson, W. C Mar. 

* Failed to qualify. 



10.1897 June 21,1898 Elgin, Union county. 
6,1897 Jan. 26,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

—,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

15.1898 Feb. 17,1898 Hillsboro, Wash iugton county. 
15,1897 Feb. 19,1897 Forest Grove, Washington county. 

9.1897 April 13,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
26,1897 Aug. 6,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 

14.1897 Sept. 18,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 

8.1898 Feb. 4,1898 Nehalem, Tillamook county. 

21.1898 Aug. 1,1898 West Che halem. Yamhill county. 
3,1898 Albany, Linn county. 

9,1897 June 11,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

10,1897 v Sept. 13,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

17.1897 Nov. 29,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. ' 

24. 1898 Oct. 3, 1898 Huntington, Baker county. 
18,1898 Nov. 25,1898 Albany, Linn county. * 

8,1897 Mar. 25,1897 Tillamook. Tillamook county. 

31,1897 April 17,1897 Eugene, L#ne county. 

5,1897 April 13,1897 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 

23.1897 July 1,1897 Portland, Multooraah county, 

8.1897 Nov. 5,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 

22.1898 Jan. 26,18l>8 Astoria, Clatsop county. 
20,1898 _. Astoria, Clatsop county. 

7.1898 Astoria, Clatsop county. 

15,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

29,1898 Dec. 5,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 

22. 1897 April 30, 1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 
4,1898 Feb. 9,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
9,1898 Feb. 25,1898 Pine, Union county. 

10.1898 Mar. 16,1898 Klamath Falls, Klamath county. 
4,1898 April 12,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

11,1898 April 14,1898 Eugene, Lane county. 

20,1898 Sept. 23,189* Newberg, Yamhill county. 

25,1898 Dec. 14,1898 Sheridan, Yamhill county. 

7,1898 Dec. 10,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

8.1897 Sept. 11,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 
20,1897 Dec. 23,1897 Portlaud, Multnomah county. 

5.1898 July 15,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 
6,1897 Jan. 11,1897 Garden I I<ime, Washington county. 

13,1897 Jan. 18,1897 Astoria, ClatNOD county. 

23,1897 Jan. 28,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 

10,1897 Feb. 18,1897 Medford, Jackson county. 

17,1897 Mar. 22,1897 Heppner, Morrow county. 

5,1897 Mar. 23,1897 Jordan Valley, Malheur county, 

13,1897 April 15,1897 Portlaud, Multnomah county. 

20,1897 Sept. 28,1897 Mitchell, Crook comity. 

25,1897 Oct. 4,1897 lx>ng Creek, Grant county. 

12,1897 Oct. 18,1897 Portland, Multnomah countv. 

19.1897 Nov. 24,1897 Ooquille. Coos countv. 

6. 1897 Dec. 17, 1897 Kiug's Valley, Benton county. 

6.1898 Jan. 10,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 

11.1898 Feb. 19,1898 Greenville, Washington county. 
11,1898 April 16, 1K98 The Dalles, Wasco county. 
18,1898 May 9,1898 Klamath Falls, Klamath county. 

7,1898 July ll,lh98 Salem, Marion county. 

23,1898 Mitch el I, Crook county. 

17,1898 Oct. 29,1898 Pendleton, Cmatilla county. 

20,1898 Oct. 24,1*98 Portland, Multnomah county. 

25,1898 Nov. 1,1898 Portland, Multnomah QOunty. 

24,1898 Dec. G,1898 Salem, Marion county. 

14,1898 Nov. 26,189k Trent, Lane county. 

17,1898 Nov. 25,1898 Condon, Gilliam county. 

20,1898 Union, Lin ion county. 

2i t 1898 Albany, Linn county. 

27.1897 Nov. 27,1897 Salem, Marion county. 

17.1898 Feb. 3,1898 Perdue, Douglas county. 
23,1898 April 14,1898 Gold Hill, Jackson county. 
26,1898 Mar. 29,1898 l^ebanon, Linn county. 



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129 



TABULATED LIST 

of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1. 1897, and January 1* 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if quail fled), and post- 
office address — Continued. 



Mane of notary. 



Date o/ appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



PoitofUt addrt*: 



Pearce, VineW June 3,1898 

Pentz,S.s June 7,1898 

Pengra, B.J.* June 29,1898 

Peterson, Charles July 19,1898 

Peterson, C. A July 25,1898 

Perry, Walters Oct. 4,1898 

Perry, J. B Nov. 9,1898 

Pferdner, Paul June 27,1897 

Pfluger, C\ F Feb. 25, 1898 

Phelps, George W Jan. 16,1897 

Philips, J. 0. B Jan. 20, 1897 

Philbrick. Arthur Feb. 1,1897 

Phelps, Gilbert W i Sept. 14,1897 

Philebaum.E.M - Aug. 20,1898 

Pike, L. A Feb. 19,1897 

Pittenger, H. A • Mar. 27,1897 

Pipes. Martin L. April 27,1897 

Pittenger, John M ' June 15,1898 

Pierce, Walter M Aug. 11,1898 

Pierce, CM Nov. 11,1898 

Plummer, H.C Feb. 4,1897 

Plympton, t\ F Sept. 24,1897 

Ply male. Mrs. W. J May 16,1898 

Plan, Harrison G._ T Aug. 5,1898 

Piatt, Robert Oct. 4,1898 

Pollock, Robert L Feb. 11,1897 

Porter, M.O Mar. 6,1897 

Powell, L.H Mar. 19,1897 

Potter, M rs. Emily B April 3, 1897 

Powell, Ira C April 6,1897 

Potter, L L May 16,1897 ' 

Potter, Thad. S Oct. 9,1897 

Powell, W. <:.♦ Dec. 17,1897 

Porter, H.C Dec. 29,1897 

Potter, S Feb. 10,1898 

Power. H. L April 25,1898 

Poujade. L. II Aug. 12,1898 

Pound. F. L Oct. 5,1898 

Powell, G. W Nov. 9,1898 

Pogue, M.E Dec. 17,1898 

Prescolt.A.W April 19,1897 

Prather, George T Oct. 7,1897 

Prlngle.John Aug. 8,1898 

Pugh,Jarae*M July 30,1897 

Puter, S. A.D Sept. 8,1897 

Putnam, G.K Mar. 10,1898 

Pnffar.W.C _ June 22,189s 

Pugh,G.W Dec. 5,1898 

Queener, W. H Aug. 6, 1897 

Quackenbusb, E. H May 6,1898 

Quick. E. E , June 20,1898 

Ragsdale.W. H Feb. 8,1897 

Raley.J.H April 5,1897 

Ramsev.W.M Aug. 9,1897 

Ransom, J. W Oct. 19,4x97 

Rand, John I Nov. 8,1897 

Rafter, Will J Dec. 9,1897 

Raymond, H.C Oct. 8,1898 

Ralston, L.O Nov. 7,1898 

Raley, Frank J Nov. 1,189m 

Reid, jr. R.R. Feb. 4,1897 

Revenue, John H Feb. 6,1897 

Reed.Cvrus A Feb. 12,1897 

Reed, James S Feb. 15,1897 

Rea, G.W Mar. 4,1897 

Reeder, L. B. Mar. 8,1897 

Redneld, T. M April 15,1897 

Reed, Sanderson — Aug. 2,1897 

* Failed to qualify. 



June 


8,1898 


June 


9,1898 


SeptT 
July 


""271898 


29, 1898 


Oct. 


6,1898 


Nov. 


21,1898 


Feb. 


5, 1897 


Feb. 


28,1898 


Feb. 


2,1897 


Jan. 


23,1897 


April 


26, 1897 


Oct. 


2,18*7 


Aug. 


27,1898 


Mar. 


1,1897 


Mar. 


80, 1897 


May 


15, 1897 


June 


18, 1898 


Aug. 


80,1898 


Nov. 


19, 1898 


Feb. 


9,1897 


Sept. 


28, 1897 


Sept. 


6,1898 


Aug. 


10,1898 


Oct. 


6,1898 


Feb. 


23.1897 


Mar. 


12, 1897 


May 


15, 1897 


April 


6,1897 


April 


16, 1897 


May 


18, 1897 


Oct. 


12, 1897 


Jan. 


4,1898 


Feb. 


15,1898 


May 


9, 1898 


Aug. 


16, 1898 


Oct. 


25, 1898 


Nov. 


14, 1898 


April 


20, 1897 


Oct. 


13, 1897 


Aug. 


24,1898 


July 


80, 1897 


Sept. 


15, 1897 


April 


21, 1898 


June 


24, 189H 


Dec. 


9,1898 


Aug. 


27,1898 


May 


10, 1898 


June 


23,1898 


Mar. 


4, 1897 


April 


7,1897 


Sept. 


8,1897 


Oct. 


25,1897 


Nov. 


12, 1897 


Dec. 


10, 1897 


Oct. 


17, 1898 


Nov. 


21,1898 


"Feb? 


"""9,1897 


Feb. 


17.1897 


Feb. 


15, 1897 


Feb. 


18, 1897 


Mar. 


9, 1897 


Mar. 


22, 1897 


April 


[ 16,1897 


Aug. 


5, 1897 



North Yamhill, Yamhill county. 
Med ford, Jackson county. 
Rossi and, Crook county. 
Olney, Clatsop county. 
Buxton, Washington county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla couuty. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Netarts. Tillamook county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Heppner, Morrow county. 
Fort Stevens, Clatsop county. 
Portland, Mnlmomah county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Weston, Umatilla county. 
Sherwood, Washington county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Jacksonville, Jackson county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oswego, Clackamas county. 
Independence, Polk county. 
Rittfr, Grant county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Monmouth, Polk county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
McMinnvillc, Yamhill county. 
Aumsville. Marion county. 
Sheridan, Yamhill county. 
Bridal Veil, Multnomah county. 
Gervals, Mariou county. 
A umsville, Marion county. 
Stay ton, Marion county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Hood River, Wasco county. 
Vernon is, Columbia county. 
Salem, Marlon couuty. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Freewater, Umatilla county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Holly, Linn county, 
stay ton, Marion count* 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
St. Helt* us, Columbia county. 
Moro, Sherman county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
McMinnvllle, Yamhill county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Baker City, Baker couniy. 
Salem, Marl*>n county. 
■ Gaston. Washington county. 
Olex, Gilliam county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Sandy, Clackamas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Heppner, Morrow county. 
Pend I eton, Umatilla county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Portland, Multnomah couuty. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address — Continued. 



Name of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
meat. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



PottoJUe addre**. 



Reames, A. F : Sept. 10,1897 

Reinbold, G. A.» i Oct. 27, 1897 

Reynolds, Edwin W , Dec. 11,1897 

.Redfield.C. E April 22,1893 

Reed, Warren P April 80,189b 

Reed, E. L* Sept. 20.1898 

Reid, William _. Nov. 1,1898 

Rhode*, B. F July 8,1898 

Rlggs.T.A — Jan. 23,1897 

Rieder, Franks April 29,1897 

Rice, Dexter Aug. 24,1897 

Rlntouljr. James Nov. 3u,1897 

Riddle, Ira B. Jan. 10,1898 

Rlggen.S.B Mar. 10,1898 

Rice, W.J April 27,1898 

Rice, Clyde I April 30,1898 

Riley, E. F -. May 20, 1898 

Richardson, Fredene B.- June 8,1898 

Riddle, George R July 5, I8i*8 

Richards, Daniel Jnly 6,1898 

Rinehart, Arthur W Aug. 10,1898 

Ritter.J.D Nov. 2,1898 

Richardson, S.T Nov. 9,1898 

Robinson, A. N Jan. 12,1897 

Rountree, N. W Jan. 16, 1897 

Robinson, L.M Feb. 8,1X97 

Roland, JohuW __ Mar. 3,1897 

Ross, H.N Mar. 17,1897 

Robertson, Frank Mar. 19,1897 

Roberts, L. A May 27,1*97 

Robertson, H.C Oct 28,1897 

Roork.P.H Dec. 15,1897 

Roe.H Feb. 9,1898 

Roger?, E.G Feb. 9,1898 

Rosenblatt, G Mar. S, IS98 

Roberts, D. H April 1,1898 

Robinson, John W July 8,1898 

Robb, W. L July 9,1898 

Rouse, L. J.* July 15,1898 

Rosenberg, Geo. P Aug. 11, 1898 

Rowe, H. S , Oct. 27, 1898 

Roing, J. K Nov. 5, 18'.«8 

Rumelm, E. E Feb. 5,1897 

Ratenlc.J.C* Feb. 8,1897 

Russell, Geo. I Julv 27,1897 

Russell, Lewis.. Sept. 7,1897 

Rumble, J. A Sept. 23,1897 

Rudd.Z H _ Sept. 20,18«8 

Ryan.ThomasJ? Oct. 29,1897 

Ryan, R.R Sept. 2,1898 

San ford, Alfred O Jan. 6, 1897 

Sanford, G. A Jan. 15,1897 

Sanford,A.C April 1,1897 

Samuels, L April 10,1897 

Savage, U. G April 16,lh97 

Saunders. W G* Aug. 16,1897 

Saxton,F.M. Nov. 6,1897 

Sargent, William B Nov. 13,1897 

Sargent, H.K Apnl 11,1898 

Salomon, Lewis bept. 7,1898 

Sabin, R.L Oct. 4,1898 

Savage, E. E Oct. 17,1898 

Schnrtz, Charles A Jan. 5,1897 

Scott, H.W Jan. 8,1897 

Schnabel, Charles J .... May 15,1897 

Scott, Nellie B Aug. 23,1897 

Schmidt. William D Oct. 5,1897 

Scott, John H Oct. 9,1897 

* Failed to qualify. 



Sept. 18,1897 



Jan. 

April 

May 

Nov. 

July 

Feb. 

June 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

May 
I Juue 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 
• Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

April 

Aug. 

July 



25, 1898 
26, 1898 
16, 1898 

"4," 1898 
13, 1898 
11,1897 
21,1897 
3, 1897 

2. 1897 
13, 1898 
12, 1898 
29, 1898 

5. 1898 
23,1898 
15, 1898 
13, 1898 

8, 1898 
29, 1898 

7, 1898 
10, 1898 
19, 1897 
20, 1897 
10,1897 

5,1897 
22. 1897 
20,1897 
28, 1897 

2,1897 

21. 1897 

11. 1898 
11,1898 

8, 1898 
4, 1898 
5, 1X98 
15, 1898 



Aug. 


15, 1898 


Oct. 


31, 1898 


Nov. 


8,1898 


Feb. 


9, 1897 



July 


'i9, 1897 


>ept. 


9,1897 


Sept. 


28, 1897 


&ept. 


24,18 , .'8 


Nov. 


1, 1897 


Sept. 


3, 189* 


Jan. 


14, 1897 


Feb. 


15, 1897 


April 


3, 1897 


April 


14,1897 


April 20,1897 


Nov. 


12,1897 


Dec. 


20.1897 


April 


18, 1898 


Sept. 


14, 1898 


Oct. 


6, 1898 


Nov. 


2, 1898 


Jan. 


8, 1897 


Mar. 


15,1897 


May 


18, 1897 


AU*. 


24, 18^7 


Oct. 


12, 1897 


Oct. 


13,1897 



Jacksonville, Jackson county. 
Burns, Harney county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Heppner, Morrow county. 
Gardiner, Douglas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
McMinnville, Yamhill couuty. 
Crawfordsville, Linn county. 
Burns, Harney county. . 
Roseburg, Douglas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Roseburg, Douglas couuty. 
Portlaud, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Euger, Marlon couuty. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Huuiiugiou, Baker county. 
Riddle, Douglas county. 
Gold H ill, Jackson county. 
Uuiou, Union county. 
Needy, Clackamas county. 
Salem, Marlon county. 
Falla City, Polk county. 
Portlaud, Muliuoniah'county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
t*alem, Marlon county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah couuty. 
M\rtle Point, Coos county. 
Portland, Multnomah county- 
Orient, Multnomah county. 
Por.laud, v.ultnomah county. 
Astoria, 1. lauop county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
The Dalles Wasco county - 
Wimer, Jackson couuty. 
Abtoria, Clatsop county. 
Enterprise, Wallowa county. 
Pendleton. Umatilla county* 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
La Grande, Union county. 
Portlaud, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Oakland, Douglas county. 
Portlaud, Multnomah county. 
Joseph, Wallowa county. 
Albauy. Ltuu county. 
Oregon Cii y, Clackamas county. 
Salem. Maiiou county. 
The Dalies, Wasco county. 
St. Helens, Columbia county- 
Portland, Multnomah county 
Portlaud, Multnomah county 
Portland, Multnomah county- 
New Bridge, Union county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
La Grande, Union county. 
Por.laud, Multnomah county- 
Portland, Multuomah county- 
Portland, Multnomah county 
Hood River, Wasco couuty. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Forest Grove, Washington ©onniy. 
Portlaud, Multnomah county - 
Salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county - 
Salem, Marion county. 



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131 



TABULATED LI8T 

Of notaries Appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1. 1897. and January 1, 
1890, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and po&t- 
offlce address— Continued. 



Samt of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Dots of qualifi- 
cation. 



Poatojict address. 



Scott, Thomas 

Scott, Charles. 



Scott, H.N 

Schroeder, William H._. 

Schrelver, Jr. J 

Scott, Charles N 

Scroggln, S. L.* 

Schnltz,Add.. 



Scbaefer, A. H 

Scroggln, P. M. 

Scarborough, William K. , 

Sewall, Russell E 

Severance, A.W. 

Sehlbrede, C. A 

Sellers, W. T 

Sengstacken, Henry 

Senders, M - 

Selig, L. E. 

Seabrook, E. B 

Seaweard, L. M 

Seton, Waldemar 

Seitlemier, F. W 

Shurte, C. A 

Shelton, It 

Shelton, C. B -•-. 

Shedd, C.J 

Sholes, C. H 

Shumate, J. W.*._ 

Shaw. J. J 

Shields, Thomas J 

Shaw,E.K 

Shepherd, George S 

Shirk. D.L 

Shatiuck, Solon O 

8heaham, D.W 

Shattuck, Lewis 

Sherman, D. C 

Shape, John H 

Shinn. A. C 

Sherwood, A.J 

Shutt, Sloan P 

Shine, R. E 

Sherman, D. F 

Sibiey.J.E 

Simpson, J. T 

Silvestone, J 

Sinnott, Nicholas J 

Simmons. Seth 

Sine, E. P 

Sinclair, Walter 

Simon. N. D 

Siebold, Margaret 

Sinclair. Walter 

Skeel.C.M. 

Sklpworth, O.F 

Skipworth, E. R 

Skelton, J. C* 

Sladen, H.T 

S locum, Frank M 

Slater, W. T 

Slater, J.D 

Smith, A. M 

Smith, D M 

Smith, O. M 

Smith, J.N 

Smith, Henry A 

Smith, H.G 

Smith, J. W 

• Failed to qualify. 



Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

July 

Sept. 

8ept. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

June 

July 

Jan. 

April 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov, 

Nov. 

June 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

May 



18,1897 

11,1898 

15,1898 

7,1898 

22,1898 

26,1898 

25.1898 

16, 1898 

9,1898 

8,1898 

12,1898 

12,1897 

2, 1897 

22, 1897 

4,1897 

7,1897 

11,1897 

26,1897 

16. 1897 
18,1897 
28,1898 

13. 1898 
9, 1897 

19, 1897 
27, 1897 

7. 1897 
23,1897 

11. 1897 

18. 1898 
23, 1898 
14, 1898 
17, 1898 
19, 1898 

8,1898 
2,1898 
11,1898 

6. 1898 
11, 1898 

8,1898 
15, 1898 
19, 1898 
20, 1898 

7, 1898 
19, 1897 
19,1897 
27,1897 

1,1897 
15, 1897 
17, 1897 
19,1897 

23. 1897 

24. 1898 
18,1898 

5, 1897 

12. 1897 
2, 1897 

16. 1898 
19,1X97 
18, 1897 

5,1898 
1,1898 
8, 1897 
19,1897 
11, 1897 
12, 1897 
18,1897 
27, 1897 
14,1897 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

May" 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Dec. 

April 

June 

July 

Jan. 

April 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

April 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

April 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Aue. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

June 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 

Oct." 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

April 

June 



24,1897 
14,1898 
19,1898 
14, 1898 , 
26, 1898 
80,1898 

"26,"l898" 
13,1898 
20, 1898 
17, 1898 
16, 1897 
8, 1897 
25,1897 
20,1897 
11,1897 
14, 1897 
29,1897 

18. 1897 

4. 1897 

30. 1898 
18, 1898 
18, 1897 
26, 1897 

4,1897 
11,1897 

26. 1897 

"1871898* 

23. 1898 
16,1898 
23,1898 

9,1898 
16, 1898 

8,1898 
20, 1898 

8. 1898 
13,1898 
11,1898 
20, 1898 

8,1898 

2,1898 

10,1898 

27,1897 

23,1897 

4,1897 

4,1897 

24, 1897 

26,1897 

26,1897 

26. 1897 

29. 1898 
31,1898 
10, 1897 
13,1897 

3, 1897 

"2M897* 

28. 1897 

17. 1898 

"21,"l897" 
20, 1897 
25,1897 
13, 1897 
22,1897 
3, 1897 
4,1897 



Scotts Mills, Marlon county. 
Wood burn, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Arago,Coos county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
8heridan, Yamhill county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Salerr, Marlon county. 
Sheridan, Yamhill county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Tillamook, Tillamook county. 
Roseburg, Douglas county. 
Ukiah, Umatilla county. 
Marshfield, Coos county. 
Albany, Linn county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Cord, Malheur county. 
Ponland, Multnomah county. 
Woodburn, Marion county. 
Arlington, Gilliam county. 
Scio, Linn county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Shednp, Linn county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Waltervf lie, Lane county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Riley, Harney county. 
Brook?, Marlon county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Shirk. Harney county. 
Fort Klamath, Klamath county. 
Enterprise, Wallowa county. 
Gresham, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Roseburg, Douglas county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Coqullle, Coos county. 
Sumpter, Baker county. 



Empire City, Coos county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Hobsonvi lie, Tillamook county. 



Sheridan, Yamhill county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Green leaf, Lane county. 
Lexington, Morrow county. 
Coqullle City, Coos county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Coqullle, Coos county. 
Medford, Jackson county. 
Junction City, Lane county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Wes-tfall, Malheur county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Union, Uniou county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
La Grande, Union county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Beulah, Malheur county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Athena, Umatilla county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Xame of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Poatoffiee addren. 



Smock, J. C June 15,1897 

Smith, Robert G. Sept. 21,1897 

Smith, GeorgeS Oct. 4,1897 

Smith, F.K Nov. 4,1897 

Smith, Milton W Dec. 9,18'.»7 

Smith, A. Y Feb. 25,1898 

Smith, George A Mar. 3,1898 

Smith, John J Mar. 5,1898 

Smith, Hod. E.L April 5,1898 

Smith, B.M July 7,1898 

Smith. William Aug. 3,1898 

Smith, J. T Oct. 14,1898 

Snow, Edgar J.* Feb. 2,1897 

Snyder, B Mar. 21,1898 

Snow. J. E April 11,1898 

Snelling, E. S • June 21,1898 

Snyder, Henry A Sept. 1,1898 

Soliss, A.N SepL 10,1897 

Som mervi He, Frank B.__ Nov. 8,1897 

Somers.John* Jan. 24,1898 

Sox, C.E Feb. 10,1898 

South, John G.* Aug. 23,1898 

So renson. George Oct, 4,1898 

Spencer, Itirael Feb. 8,1897 

Spencer, A. C Sept. 7,1897 

Spencer. S. C , Oct. 5. 1897 

Spittle, Frank _. Oct. 22,1897 

Spencer, Israel Feb. 10, 1898 

Spencer, James O ■ April 8,1898 

Springer, B. H __„__ April .11,1898 

SprouLW.W June 15,1898 

8roat,Paul H Dec. 10,1898 

Stanley, W „ Feb. 28,1897 

Stearns, DavidS.- Mar. 2,1897 

Stevens, Jasper G _. Mar. 13,1897 

Stimpson, John April 5,1897 

Stephens, Jennie A April 10,1897 

Sticbt. Carl* April 12,1897 

Staley, George W May 28,1897 

8tillman, A. D Aug. 5,1897 

Stein hart, Leon H Aug. 20,1897 

Stuart, Dell Oct. 14,1897 

Stutter, C. II .. Oct. 9,1897 

Stevens, L.L Oct. 30,1897 

Sterling, James A Nov. 15,1897 

8tewart,G. E Nov. 23,1897 

8tearns,G.M Nov. 29,1897 

atillwell, A. J Jan. 6,1898 

Straight, J. A Jan. 10,1898 

Strong, Thomas N Feb. 12,1898 

Strode, V. K Mar. 2,1898 

Steele, N.S. Mar. 22,1898 

Stewart, William J Mar. 28,1898 

Stephens, J. S._ Mar. 23,1898 

Stoddard, J. R May 5,1898 

Story, J. L _. June 8,1898 

Stevens, B.F July 7,1898 

8tewart. L. V July 11,1898 

Strong. Fred R : July 20, 1898 

Stott, Samuel R Aug. 30,1898 

Stark, J. M - Oct. 17,1898 

Streeter, George E ■ Oct. 21,1898 

Steeves, X. N Oct. 31,1898 

Sturgess, O. D Nov. 8, 1898 

Struble, W. B Dec. 1,1898 

Struble, T. T Dec. 1,1898 

Sutherland, C. G July 8,1897 

Sutton, Walter Oct. 8,1897 

* Failed to qualify. 



April 18,1898 

April 22,1898 

June 25,1898 

Sept. 6, 1898 

Sept. 13,1897 

Nov. 20,1897 

Febr""i7,"l898" 



June 23,1897 Sherwood, Washington county. 
Oct. 15,1897 Grants Pas.*, Josephine county. 
Oct. 7,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Nov. 8,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 13,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Mar. 1,1898 Oakville, Linn county. 
Mar. 7,1898 Independence, Polk county. 
Mar. 24,1898 Sisters, Crook county. 
April 11, 1*98 Hood River, Wasco county. 
July 9,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Aug. 18,1898 Baker City, Baker county. 
Oct. 25,1898 Newberg, Yam hill county. 

Cleone, Multnomah county. 

Baker City, Baker county. 

Day ville, Grant county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Aurora, Marion county. 

Jacksonville, Jackson county. 

Hay Creek, Crook county. 

Albany, Linn county. 

Albany, Linn county. 

Ranch, Harney county. 
Oct. 4,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Feb. 17,1897 Vernooia, Columbia county. 
Sept. 9,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oct. 7,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oci. 27, 18«7 Astoria, ClatM>p county. 
Feb. 17, 1898 Vernonia, Columbia countv. 
April 18,1898 Clifton, Clatsop county. 
April 14,1898 Amity, Yamhill county. 
June 20, 1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 12,1898 £alem, Marlon county. 
Mar. 3, 1897 Moro, Sherman county. 
Mar. 4, 1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 
Mar. 19,1897 Cove, Union county. 
April 17,1897 NewDort, Lincoln county. . 

April 16,1897 Pleasant Home, Multnomah county. 

Umatilla, Umatilla county. 

June 9, 1897 Yoncalla, Douglas county. 
Aug. 80,1897 , Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Aug. 24,1897 ' Portland, Multnomah county* 
Nov. 4,1897 Portland, Multnomah county* 
Oct. 13, 1897 Baker City, Baker county. 
Nov. 2,1897 Eugene, Lane county. 
J an . 8, 1896 Dral n , Doug 1 as coun ty . 
Dec. 6, 1897 The Dalles, Wasco county. 
Dec. 3,1897 Por i land, Multnomah county- 
Jan. 12,1898 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 
Jan. 14,1898 Eugene, Lane county. 
Feb. 23,1898 Portland. Multnomah county - 
Mar. 5,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 
Mar. 23,1898 Albany, Linn county. 
April 1,1898 Halsey, Linn county. 
April 19,1898 Tillamook, Tillamook county. 
May 9,1898 Portland, M'lltnomah county. 
June 15,1898 The Dalles, Wasco county. 
July 11,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
July 19, 1898 Grants Pass, Josephine county- 
July 22,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Sept. 18,1898 Sumpter, Baker county. 
Oct. 21,1898 Elkton, Douglas county. 
Oct. 26,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Nov. 2,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Nov. 10,1898 Arlington, Gilliam county. 
Dec. 8, 1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Dec. 3,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
July 12, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oct. 16, 1897 Port Orford, Curry county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1889, showing date of their appointment, date of qualification ( if qualified ), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Xamt of notary. 



DaU of appoint- 



DaU of qualifi- 
cation. 



Pontofflc* address . 



Summers, James Nov. 

Swope, B.F : Mar. 

Sweek, Alex. Oct. 

Swan, L. L Oct. 

Swett, lease Nov. 

Swope, George W ' Jan. 

Swanton. Bennett June 

Swetland , L. C Oct. 

Tapp, Charles J , Jan. 

Taylor, Frank J Jan. 

Talmage, C. W April 

Taylor, T. H.» May 

Taz well, George Sept. 

Tarpley, Louis R.» Jan. 

Taylor, Frank M.« Aug. 

Taggart. E.T Oct. 

Taylor. W. Scott Dec. 

Teal, J. N | Feb. 

Thompson, James M July 

Thornton, J. G Oct. 

Thompson, M. E.* Nov. 

Thompson, Reginald W._ Dec. 

Thompson, J. B Jan. 

Thompson, L. £ Mar. 

Thomsom. C. R Mar. 

Thomas, H. A April 

Thomson, Winthrop June ' 

Thomas, W. E Oct. 

Thompson, C. H Nov. 

Tigard.C.F Feb. 

Timson, William July 

Tiflft, A.P Sept. 

Timms, E. D May 

Torgler, F. W May 

Torier. Albert Sept. 

Topping, George P Dec. 

Tongue, E. B , Feb. 

Townsend.J.H Feb. 

Tows, Frank F Mnr. 

Tomlinson, H. M.*: July 

Tooze, Chsrles T Dec. 

Tracy, James M.J Jan. 

Trask, L.C July 

Trefren , George W Oct. 

Tram, 8. 8 April 

Turner, F. A April 

Tuaslng, AmorA ,.. April 

Tattle, B. B Dec. 

Treltmoe.OlaA Oct. 

Upton, James M June 

Upton, J. H Nov. 

Unher.W.R Dec. 

U'Ren.W.S. July 

Umbach, Charles* Sept. 

Updegraff, 8. B Dec. 

Vanghan. Ida H. Feb. 

Vawter.W. I Mar. 

Varner, Franklin C May 

Van Bants, J Mar. 

Van Dusen, H. G Mar. 

Vantlne, A. J May 

Vert, John Aug. 

Veazfe, A. L Sept. 

Vidlto, Willis Jan. 

Vinton, W.T. Aug. 

Volk. Mathias Feb. 

Voornees, Amos , Nov. 

Wagner, J. P Feb. 

♦Failed to qualiry. 



30,1897 Dec. 17,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

12,1897 April 12,1897 Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

8,1897 Oct. 13,1897 Portland. Multnomah county. 

30.1897 Nov. 11,1897 Albany, Linn county. 

5.1897 Nov. 12,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

11.1898 July 6,1898 , Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

27.1896 July 6,1898 Marshfield, Coon county. 

8.1898 Oct. 17,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
4,1897 Jan. 12,1897 McMliinville, Yamhill county. 

25.1897 Jan. 30,1897 i Astoria, Clatsop countv. 
5,1897 April 12,1897 McMinnvllle, Yamhill county. 

18,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

8.1897 Sept. 10,1897 Portland, Multnomah couuty. 

10.1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

19,1898 Portland, Multnomah couuty. 

25,1898 Oct. 26,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 

2.1898 Dec. 3,1898 Gervals, Marion county. 
28,1898 Mnr. 3,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
26,1897 Oct. 1,1897 Forest Grove, Washington countv. 
18,1897 Oct. 26,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

19.1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

9.1897 Dec. 11,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

12.1898 Jan. 14,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

9.1898 Mar. 15,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 
21,1898 Mar. 25,1898 Astoria, Clatsop county. 

4,1898 April 5,1898 Salem, Marion county. 

24,1898 July 7, lh9M Vida, Lane county. 

29,1898 Nov. 1,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

9,1898 Nov. 11,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 

9,1897 Feb. 12,1897 Tigardville, Washington county. , 

31,1897 Aug. 5,1897 Astoria, Clatsop county. 

22. 1897 Sept. 28, 1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

23.1898 July 9,1>98 Portland, Multnomah county. 
6,1897 May 7,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
1,1897 Sept. 21,lh97 Portland, Multnomah county. 

6.1897 Dec. 16,1897 Baudon, Coos county. 

7.1898 Feb. 10.1898 Hillsboro, Washington county. 
21,1898 Feb. 24,1898 Dallas, Polk county. 

18,189-s Mar. 21,1898 Salem, Marion county. 

19,1898 _.' Portland. Multnomah county. 

20, 1898 Wilsonville, Clackamas county. 

19.1897 Jan. 30,1897 Logan, Clackamas county. 
1,1897 Sept. 18,1897 Jordan, Linn county. 

7.1897 oct. 16,1897 Ashland, Jackson county. 

5.1898 April 12,1898 Albany, Linn county. 

3.1897 April 5,1897 Salem, Marion county. 

29.1898 May 3,1898 Brownsville, Linn county. 

3.1898 Dec. 14,1898 Portland. Multnomah county. 
7,1897 Jan. 13, 1898 . Toledo, Lincoln county. 
9,1897 June 17,1897 Bandon, Coos county. 

10. 1897 Nov. 18, 1897 . Langlois. Curry county. 
6,1897 Dec. 27,1897 Richland, Union county. 

11.1898 Aug. 11,1898 Oregou City, Clackamas county. 
8,1898 Lakeview, Lake county. 

22, 1898 Salem, Marlon county. 

2,1897 Feb. 10,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 

8,1897 Mar. 5,1897 Medford, Jackson county. 

10.1897 May 14,1897 Sherwood, Washington county. 

10.1896 Mar. 15,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

21.1898 Mar. 24,1898 Astoria, Clatsop county. 
27,1898 June 14,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

9.1897 Aug. 24,1897 Pendleton, Umatilla county. 

17.1897 Sept. 20,1897 Portland, Multnomah county. 
27, 1S97 Feb. 2, 1897 Alsea, Benton county. 

20.1898 Sept. 6,1898 McMinnvllle, Yamhill county. 
10,1898 Feb. 15,1898 Portland, Multnomah county. 

4.1898 Nov. 14,1898 , Grants Pass, Josephine county. 
8,1897 Feb. 8,1897 Forest Grove, Washington county. 



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Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899, showing date of tbeir appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address— Continued. 



Same of notary. 



Date of appoint - 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Pottofice address. 



Watson, H.C Feb. 

Wall, John M Feb. 

Walton, Joshua J April 

Wade, Henry April 

Walls, F. A May 

Walker, J. H June 

Watts, Mrs. Ray E. Aug. 

Ward. Winfield 8cott — Aug. 

Watson, J. T Sept. 

Warren, M.S.* Oct. 

Wade, Edward C Oct. 

Wagner, Alex Nov. 

Walker, Albert Nov. 

Watters, W. 8 Dec. 

Wakefield, W.R Dec. 

Waite, Charles 8 Dec. 

Waters, A. W Jan. 

Watson, J. W Feb. 

Wagner, Harry Feb. 

Ward, Peter H. Mar. 

Walker, L.C , April 

Ward, Lewis A May 

Walpole,W. R ' May 

Ware, Joll June 

Waters, F. W July 

Watt, George W July 

Wakefield, D.W _., July 

Watson, D.L I July 

Wait'.AhioS ' Aug. 

Wallace, John E „, Aug. 

Wallace, Fred N Aug. 

Washburne.W. C Oct.- 

Walker, James W > Oct. 

Watts, T.C Oct. 

Watkins, Frank E Oct. 

Walton, Maurice Nov. 

Ward, T. H Dec. 

Warren, H. L Dec. 

Wenigs, L.G — May 

Westfall, Ora E.* Ang. 

Wells. Frank M Sept. 

Wetherbee.J.R Sept. 

Weatherly, J. F Nov. 

Wensh, William Dec. 

West. Peter Mar. 

Welch, D.H Mar. 

Welch, James W Mar. 

Wells, J. L May 

Webber, W.W _. July 

Weatherby, Hiram July 

Webb, George A Aug. 

West, Henry F Nov. 

Wheeler, C. A Jan. 

White, Frank E Jan. 

Whitman, J. H Jan. 

White, T. Brook Feb. 

Wneeler.A.E May 

White, W. F. July 

White, James July 

Whitney, J. J Oct. 

Whalley.JohnT Nov. 

Whitney, C.T Dec. 

White, G. W Dec. 

White. E. T Dec. 

Wheeler. A. F : Jan. 

White, Samuel Feb. 

White, J. R April 

White, Eugene D June 

* Failed to qualify. 



1897 


Feb. 


9,1897 


1897 


Feb. 


26,1897 


1897 


April 


6,1897 


1897 


April 


15,1897 


1897 


June 


9,1897 


1897 


July 


7, 1897 


1897 


Aug. 


26,1897 


1897 


Sept. 


2, 1897 


1897 


Sept. 


11,1897 


1897 




_ .. - 


1897 


Oct. 


14,1897 


1897 


Aug. 


1,1898 


1897 


Nov. 


9,1897 


1897 


Dec. 


15, 1897 


1897 


Dec. 


30, 1897 


1897 


Feb. 


11,1898 


1898 


Jan. 


28,1898 


1898 


Feb. 


5,1898 


1898 


Feb. 


15, 1898 


1898 


Mar. 


24,1898 


1898 


April 


19,1898 


1898 


May 


10, 1898 


1898 


May 


10, 1898 


1898 


June 


16,1898 


1898 


July 


6,1898 


1898 


July 


8,1898 


1898 


July 


9,1898 


1898 


July 


28,1898 


1898 


Aug. 


9,1898 


1898 


Aug. 


80,1898 


1898 


Sept. 


3,1898 


1898 


Oct. 


14, 1898 


1898 


Oct. 


18,1898 


1898 


Oct. 


12, 1898 


1898 


Oct. 


17, 1898 


1898 


Nov. 


17,1898 


1898 






1898 


Dec. 


14,1898 


1897 


May 


14,1897 


1897 






1897 


Sept. 


7, 1897 


1897 


Sept. 


29,1897 


1897 


Nov. 


12,1897 


1897 


Dec. 


21,1897 


1898 


Mar. 


17,1898 


1898 


Mar. 


18,1898 


1898 


xMar. 


25, 1898 


1898 


May 


7, 1898 


1898 


July 


25,1898 


1898 


Aug. 


8,1898 


1898 


Aug. 


16, 1808 


1898 


Nov. 


18,1898 


1897 


Jan. 


20, 1897 


1897 


Feb. 


20,1897 


1K97 


Feb. 


1,1897 


1897 


Feb. 


16, 1897 


1897 


May 


19, 1897 


1897 


Aug. 


2, 1897 


1897 


Aug. 


4, 1897 


1897 


Oct. 


29,1897 


1897 


Nov. 


9,1897 


1897 


Dec. 


4,1897 


1897 


Dec. 


29, 1897 


1897 


Jan. 


13,1898 


1898 


Jan. 


20,1898 


1898 


Feb. 


11,1898 


1898 


April 22,1898 


1898 


June 


25,18.8 



Albany, Linn county. 
Hillsboro, Washington county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Gardiner, Douglas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Goble, Columbia county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Dayton, Yamhill county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Grants Pass, Josephine county. 
Portland. Multnomah county. 
Springfield, Lane county. 
Slay ion, Marion county. 
Waldport, Lincoln county, 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Burns, Harney county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Forest Grove, Washington county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Marsh field, Coos county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Antelope, Wasco county 
Junction City, Lane county. 
Jewell, Clatsop county. 
Reuben, Columbia county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Clatskanie, Columbia county. 
Mount Tabor, Multnomah county. 
Westfall, Malheur county. 
Portland, Multnomah county- 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Woods, Tillamook county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Pendleton, Umatilla county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Scottsburg, Douglas county. 
Silverton, Marion countv. 
Myrtle Creek. Douglas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
John Day, Grant county. 
Med ford, Jackson county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Eugene, Lane county. 
Canyon City, Grant county. 
Portland, Multnomah county- 
Albany, Linn county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Portland, Multnomah county- 
Medford, Jackson county. 
Damascus, Clackamas county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Monitor, Marion county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 



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1899, showing date of their appointment, date or qualification (if qualified), and nost- 
ottice address— Continued. ^ ar ^ 



Xante of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Pottoffice addrtue. 



Whealdon, N , Dec. 22,1898 

Wilbur, R.W Jan. 6,1897 

Williams, A. C Jan. — , 1897 

Wirt, J. B Feb. 4.1897 

Willis, Guy G , Mar. 1,1897 

Willis, P. L Mar. 3, 1897 

Williams, H.T Mar. 5,1897 

Wickersham, J. L . Mar. 9,1897 

Wilcox, F. E _. Mar. 9,1897 

Willeit, Frank T May 7,1897 

Wilkes, L. E May 20,1897 

Wilbern. Henry May 23,1897 

Winchell, Virgil. .-„ : Aug. 16,1897 

Willis, Leo Aug. 20,1897 

Williams, E.B Aug. 27,1897 

William.W.A.* Aug. 30,1897 

Wilson, T.J Sept. 22,1897 

Wilmot, Frank i Sept. 29,1897 

Wilson, Thomas E Oct. 1,1897 

Winn. C. B 1 Oct. 14,1897 

Winton,F.D Oct. 16,1897 

Wintermeir, C. A Oct. 18,1897 

Williamson. John Nov. 5,1897 

Wilson, E. E | Nov. 4,1897 

Wilbur, R.M Nov. 12,1897 

Williams, F. H , Nov. 19, 1897 

Wilson, A. King— Nov. 23,1897 

Williams, 0.0. T Dec. 3,1897 

Wilson. B. F , Jan. 8,1898 

Wilhelm.Adam M '"Feb. 9,1898 

Wintzengerode, C. V Feb. 19,1898 

WInson. W. S Feb. 25,1898 

Wilson, Frank B Mar. 24,1898 

Wimberly, Ira April 5,1897 

Wilson, W. H ' May 16,1898 

Wilbur, D. W June 22, 1898 

Wilsou, Gustaf June 22,1898 

Williams, S. R July 5,1898 

Wilkins, M. A July 14, 1898 

Withington, A.H , July 21,1898 

Williams. John M July 29,1898 

Wlssinger, O , Aug. 30,1898 

Wilcox.JohnD ] Sept. 17,1898 

Wilson, J. H Oct. 25,1898 

Witten, T.M Nov. 11,1898 

Williams, A. J Nov. 14,1898 

Wood, L.S. — May 10,1897 

Woodcock, H. F. , May 12,1897 

Wood.C. E.S Aug. 18,1897 

Woodcock, M.S Nov. 6,1897 

Worsley,Ben8 Dec. 18,1897 

Woodard, Frank T Jan. 10,1898 

Wood, William Horace.. Feb. 24,1898 

Wood, James Mel July 5,1898 

Woolery. J. A July 19,1898 

Wood, Nina E July 20,1898 

Wood, C. E.S Oct. 11,1898 

Wright, J. K Jan. 6,1897 

Wright. George W June 16, 1897 

Wright, R. V. June 1,1897 

Wright, C. F Oct. 7,1897 

Wright, J. A Jan. 7,1898 

Wrigh t, William P May 5,1898 

Wright, J. M Nov. 2,1898 

Wright, J. H Dec. 20,1898 

Wurzweiler, A Jan. 24,1898 

Wyatt.J.R May 21,1897 

Yates, J. Fred Jan. 26,1897 

• Failed to qualify. 



Jan. 


8,1897 


Jan. 


19,1897 


Feb. 


16, 1897 


Mar. 


3, 1897 


Mar. 


6,1897 


Mar. 


8, 1897 


April 


10,1897 


April 


10, 1897 


May 


12, 1897 


June 


11,1897 


June 


8,1897 


Aug. 


23, 1897 


Aug. 


20,1897 


Sept. 


1,1897 


Sept. 


27,1897 


Oct. 


8,1897 


Oct. 


5, 1897 


Oct. 


16,1897 


Oct. 


19,1897 


Oct. 


21. 1897 


Nov. 


8,1897 


Nov. 


9, 1897 


Nov. 


17, 1897 


Dec. 


3,1897 


Nov. 


27,1897 


Dec. 


7, 1897 


Jan. 


10,1898 


Feb. 


17,1898 


Feb. 


24,1898 


Mar. 


4, 1898 


April 


1, 1898 


April 


7,: 898 


June 


11,1898 


June 


28,1898 


June 


27, 1898 


July 


6,1898 


July 


16,1898 


July 


28, 1898 


Aug. 


1,1898 


Sept. 


6,1898 


Sept. 


21,1898 


Oct. 


29, 1898 


Nov. 


21,1898 


Nov. 


21,1898 


May 


14,1897 


May 


17,18«>7 


Sept. 


1, 1*97 


Nov. 


9, 1897 


Jan. 


8, 1898 


Jail. 


13,1898 


Mar. 


3,1898 


July 


8, 1898 


July 


30,1898 


Aug. 


12, 1898 


Nov. 


1,1898 


Jan. 


13,1897 


June 


19,1897 


July 


3, 1897 


Oct. 


8, 1897 


Jan. 


11,1898 


May 


7, 1898 


Nov. 


8,1898 


Feb. 


~2lj898~ 


Ma >' 


24,1897 


Feb. 


6, 1897 



The Dalles, Wasco county. 

Portland, Multnomah count v. 
, La Grande, Union county. 

Lebanon, Linn county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 
. Portland, Multnomah couuty. 
; La Grande, Union county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Milton, Umatilla county. 

Liberal, Clackamas county. 
I Hillbboro, Washington county. 

Eagle Creek, Clackamas county. 

Hood River, Wasco county. 

Salem, Marion county. 
• Portland, Multnomah county. 
, Baker City, Baker county. 

E I kton, Douglas county. 

Bridal veil, Multnomah county. 

Portland. Multnomah county. 

Albany, Linn county. 

Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

CorvalllSi Benton county. 

Portland. Multnomah county. 

Huntington, Baker county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Oregon City, Clackamas county. 

La Grande. Union county. 

Monroe, Benton county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Port Orford, Curry county. 
! Florence, Lane couuty. 

Drain, Douglas county. 
, The Dalles, Wasco county. 

Grants Pass, Josephine county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Eueene, Lane county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Eugene, Lane county. 

Mllwaukie, Clackamas county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Corvallis, Benton county. 

Jefferson, Marion county. 

Philomath, Benton county. 

Weston, Umatilla county. 

Wamic, Wasco county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Corvallis, Benton county. 

Astoria, Clatsop county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

lone, Morrow county. 

Portland. Multnomah county. 

Portland, Multnomah county. 

New berg, Yamhill county. 

Albany, Linn county. 

Portlands Multnomah county. 

Harrlsbnrg, Linn county. 

Sparta, Uni6n county. 

Grants Pass, Josephine county. 

New berg, Yamhill county. 

La Grande, Union county. 

Joseph, Wallowa county. 

Albany, Linn county. 

Corvallis, Benton county. 



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TABULATED LIST 

Of notaries appointed by Gov. William P. Lord between January 1, 1897, and January 1, 
1899, showing date or tbeir appointment, date of qualification (if qualified), and post- 
office address— Concluded. 



Same of notary. 



Date of appoint- 
ment. 



Date of qualifi- 
cation. 



Pottoffice address. 



Young, J. E Mar. 15,1897 Mar. 20,1897 

Young, J. E | Sept. 7,1897 Sept. 14,1897 

Yates, W.E ! Sept. 26,1897 Sept. 29,1897 

Yates, Wallace Oct. 20,1898 Nov. 3,1898 

Young, Oglesby Nov. 3,1898 Nov. 5,1898 



Cottage Grove, Lane county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Corvallis, Beuton county. 
Ballston, Polk county. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 




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COMMISSIONERS FOR OREGON. 



The following commissioners for Oregon have been appointed since January 1, 1897. 

Doit. Name. ' State. Pottofilce addrw. 

1«97. ~~ - - - 

Jan. It Taylor, John A Washington i Walla Walla. 

Feb. 1 i Corey, Edwin F New York New York. 

Mar. 27 Ryan, E. B. California San Francisco. 

April 19 Mosebach, F. C. ■ California 3an Francisco. 

July 7 : Torrey, Arthur R ' Massachusetts - Boston. 

19 Vincent, Roseman New York New York. 

28 Klesher, Walter Jennings— New York < New York. 

Sept. 22 , Young, Elmer K i Massachusetts - Boston. 

Oct. 15 Harrison, Joseph T Ohio.- t Cincinnati. 

Dee. 1 ■ Cann, Thomas H Washington Seattle. 

1898. i 

Jan. 14 Soniat, Moloney C Louisiana New Orleans. 

28 Baker, ueorge B Washington 1 Dayton. 

Feb. 8' Hunt, George W < Pennsylvania Philadelphia. 

8 i Garvey, Isaac £ New York i New York. 

23 Hunt, Thomas J Pennsylvania Philadelphia. 

Mar. 2 Mansfield, Walter D California ' San Francisco. 

June 7 Shlllaber, William , New York New York. 

10 Hillery.John A ' New York , New York. 

26 Reardon.G. Evelt Maryland Baltimore. 

Aug. 22 Bartlett, J. Kemp • Maryland Baltimore. 

Sept. 18 Mathiew, Harry C ■ Maryland Baltimore. 

Oct. 14 Miller, Nicholas J New York. _ New York. 

Nov. 8 Taylor, Samuel L Pennsylvania Philadelphia. 

Dec. 17 King, James L California San Francisco. 

27 Bundy, Charles S 1 D. strict of Columbia Washington, D.C. 

27 i Adams, Charles Hall ■ Massachusetts Boston. 

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MISCELLANEOUS COMMISSIONS 



Issued since January 1, 1897. 



Xature of commiMlon. 



1897. 
Mar. 11 




16 




16 




22 


April 12 




12 




12 


May 


20 




20 




24 




24 




24 


June 17 


July 


8 


Aug. 


3 




13 




20 




20 


Sept. 


14 




16 


Oct. 


21 


Nov. 


b 




13 


bee. 


8 



Member of board of medical examiners for the term of fire 

years from February 28, 1897. 
. ' Trustee of the Oregon soldiers' home for the term of four 

years from February 21, 1897, to succeed himself. 
,. Trustee of the Oregon soldiers' home for the term of four 

years from February 21, 1897, to succeed William Galloway. 
. Trustee of the Oregon soldiers' home for the term of four 

years from February 21, 1897, to succeed Henry Rust. 
.. Member of the board of regents, university of Oregon, for the 

term of twelve years from April 15, 1897. 



Carll.Dr. W. E 

Robertson, John P 

Sheridan, Thomas R... 
Abraham, Sol 

Bellinger, C. B 

, term oi twelve years irom April 10, hot. 
Worthington, Preston A. Member of the board of regents, Eastern Oregon normal 
school, for the term of six years from April 8, 1897. 

Lynn, Walter G Member of the board of regents, Eastern Oregon normal 

school, for the term of six years from April 3, 1897. 

1 Thompson, D.P Member of the board of regents, unlveislty of Oregon, for 

the unexpired term of L. L. McArthur, deceased, to end 
April 15, 1899. 

! Blakely, George C Member of the Oregon board of pharmacy for full term from 

May 20, 1897, to succeed M. M. Davis. 

Butler, J. B. V Member of the board of regents, state normal school, for the 

term of six years from May 20, 1897. 

' Pentland, E. C Member of the board of regents, state normal school for the 

term of six years from May 20, 1897. 

Daly, J. J i Member of the board of regents, state normal school, for the 

term of six years from May 20, 1897. 

Hamilton, I. L ' Commissioner of first Southern Oregon district agricultural 

society for the term to end March 25, 1806, to succeed J. W. 
Merritt, resigned. 

Reynolds, Lloyd Member of the board of horticulture for the second district 

of Oregon for the term of four years from April 1,1895, to 
succeed C. L. Darley, resigned. 

Northup, H. H Trustee of the Oregon soldiers' home for the term of four 

years to end February 21, 1899, to succeed S. B. Ormsby, re- 
signed. 
Smith, E. L Member of the Oregon state board of agriculture for the un- 
expired term of Van B. DeLashmutt, resigned. 

Wagner, Albert I , Member of board of railroad commissioners, vice H. B. 

Compson, term expired. 

Baker, William W Oregon state dairy and food commissioner, vice H.B.Luce, 

term expired. 
Gillie, Dr. A. B Member of the board of medical examiners to fill the unex- 
pired term of Dr. W. A. Cusick, resigned; term to expire 
i February 28, 1899. 

Lafollett, A. M Member of the Oregon state board of agriculture to fill the 

1 unexpired term of Van B. DeLashmutt; term to expire 
December 1, 1899. 

George, Melvin C Judge of the circuit court of the state of Oregon, fourth 

judicial district, department No. 4, to fill vacancy caused 
by the death of Thomas A. Stephens. 

Farrar, Squire. Member of the state board of equalization for the third judl- 

i cfal di>trict of Oregon, to till vacancy caused by the death 

1 of S.D.Gibson. 

Christie, James R Boatman of the Port of Astoria, to fill vacancy caused by the 

death of E. T. Bradford. 

i Chandler, George Member of the Oregon state board of agriculture for the 

term of four years from December 1, 1897, to succeed Jeflfer- 
| son Myers, term expired. 



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MISCELLANEOUS COMMISSIONS 

Issued since January 1, 18U7— Continued. 



1MJ7. 
Dec. 8 McAllister, D. A 



Jan. 1 Cleland, John B._ 



15 
Mar. 10 
May 16 

16 

16 

16 

27 

27 

27 

Jane 11 
14 



Wright, C. S 

Patterson, M. D. Alex.. 
Woodruff, Deloss 

Norton, Frank P 

London, V. C."~ 

. Aiken, J. C 

Deuel, F. K 

Lee,T.C 

Pendleton, J. C. 



Gillis, M.D., A.B 

Yates, Wallace E 

14 Pague.B.S 

14 Lake,E.R 



21 Contris, W. W 

21 | Keene, James M 

21 Chance, George H. 

21 Nicklln, Thomas L 

24 Daly, John D 



July 12 Croxton, T. F.. 



8ept. 6 
15 
90 

Oct. 6 | 
13 

18 

22 

22 

22 



Caukin, CaptG.E 

Wilson, John Q 

Irvine, B. F 



Hobson, Andrew 

Cox, Norris R 



Smith, Herbert a 

Cohen, D. Soils 

Hunt, J. E 

Bates, George W 



Saturr of commission. 



Member of the Oregon ttate board of agriculture for the 
term of four years from December 1, 1897, to succeed him- 
self. 

., Judge of the circuit court of the state of Oregon, fourth 
judicial district, department No. 3, to fill vacancy caused 
by the resignation of Loyal B. Steams. 
: Member of board of pilot commissioners, to succeed John 

Fox, resigned. 
. Health officer at Gardiner, to succeed Dr.J.JL. El wood, re- 
! signed. 

I Commissioner of second Southern Oregon district agricul- 
I tural society, for the county of Curry, to hold office for the 
• term of two years. 

. Commissioner of second Southern Oregon district agricul- 
1 tural society, for the county of Coos, to hold office for the 
i term of two years. 

1 Commissioner of second Southern Oregon district agricul- 
tural society, for the county of Douglas, to hold office for 
| the term of two years. 

, Commissioner of second Southern Oregon district agrlcul- 
I tural society, for the county of Douglas, to hold office for 

the term of two years. 
. Commissioner of first Southern Oregon district agricultural 
society, for the county of Jackson, to hold office for the 
1 term of two years. 

Commissioner of first Southern Oregon district agricultural 
| society, for the county of Josephine, to hold office for the 
I term of two years. 
Commissioner of first Southern Oregon district agricultural 
society, for the county of Jackson, to hold office for the 
term of two years. 
.1 Member of board of state medical examiners for the term of 
1 five years from February 28, 1898, to succeed himsel f. 
i Member of the board of regents, state agricultural college, 
for the term oi nine years, to end December 15, 1906, to suc- 
ceed himself. 
Member of the board of regents, state agricultural college, 
for the term to expire December 15, 1903, to succeed Sam uel 
Hughes, deceased. 
Member of the board of regents, state agricultural college, 
i for a term of nine years to end December 15, 1906, to suc- 
ceed Mr. Wallace Nash, term expired. 
1 Member of the board of dental examiners. 
, Member of the board of dental examiners. 
■ Member of the board of dental examiners. 
. Member of the board of dental examiners. 
; Member of the board of regents, state agricultural college, 
for the term of nine years, to expire December 15, 1906, to 
| succeed Mr. T. W. Davenport, term expired. 
. Commissioner of first Southern Oregon district agricultural 
\ society for the term of two years from May 27, 1898, to suc- 
ceed T. P. Lee, resigned. 
.. . Trustee of the Oregon soldiers' home, term of four years 

I from February 21, 1895, to succeed B. F. Alley, resigned . 
.J Member of state board of agriculture to succeed Hon. Z. F. 

I Moody, resigned, for term to end December 1, 1899. 
..' Member of the board of regents, state agricultural college, 
for the term of nine years from December 15, 1897, to suc- 
i ceed E. R, Lake , resigned . 
.. Port warden of Columbia district 
.. i Member of the board of dental examiners to succeed George 

H. Chance, resigned. 
.-i Commissioner for the county of Multnomah under act ap- 
proved October 15, 1898. 
... Police commissioner of the city of Portland for the term 

i ending July 1, 1902. 
J Police commissioner of the city of Portland for the term 

; ending July 1, 1900. 
.. Police commissioner of the city of Portland for the term 
; ending July 1,1902. 



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MISCELLANEOUS COMMISSIONS 

Issued since January 1, 1897— Concluded. 



1898. ; 
Oct. 22 ' Fleidner, William 

22 ! Everding, Richard 

22 Rowe, H.S 

26 Moody, L. W 



27 f McGuire, Hollister D.- 



Nov. 80 Holt, S. H. 

I 

80 I Klncaid, Harrison R.— 



80 j Dolph, Cyrus A 



80 
Dec. 6 



Bean , Robert 9 

Dosch, Henry E 

Casey, J. R 

Williamson, Dr.W. T.. 
Griffith, Dr. L. F. 



6 | Cirdwell.J.R. 



Cooper, J. C 

Gosslin, William G 

Pitiock, Hemy L 

Roberuon.John P 

Failing, William S 



Nature of commitiion. 



Fire commissioner of the city of Portland for the term end- 
ing July 1,1900. 

Fire commissioner of the city of Portland for the term end- 
ing July 1,1902. 

Fire commissioner of the city of Portland for the term end- 
ing July 1,1904. 

Member of the Oregon board of pharmacy to succeed him- 
self. 

Fish commissioner of the state of Oregon for the term of 
four years. 

Member of the board of trustees, Oregon soldiers' home, to 
fill an unexpired term of four years, beginning February 
21, 1897, to succeed John P. Robertson. 

Member of the board of regents, university of Oregon, to fill 
an unexpired term of twelve years, beginning April 15. 
1891, to succeed A. G. Hovey, deceased. 

Member of the board of regents, university of Oregon, to fill 
an unexpired term of twelve years, beginning April IS. 
1891, to succeed Henry Failing, deceased. 

Member of the board of regents, university of Oregon, to fill 
an unexpired term of twelve year*, beginning April 15, 
1898, to succeed Asahel Bush, resigned. 

Member of the state board of horticulture for the first dis- 
trict of Oregon, reappointed lor the term of four years from 
April 1, 1897. 

Member of the state board of horticulture for the third dis- 
trict of Oregon, reappointed for the term of four years from 
April 1,1897. 

First assistant physician, Oregon state insane asylum, for the 
term of four years from December 7, 1898. 

Second assistant physician, Oregon state insane asylum, for 
the term of four years from November 1, 1898. 

Member at large of the Oregon state board of horticultnre, 
reappointed for the term of four years from April 1,1897. 

Commissioner of immigration. 

Commissioner of immigration. 

Commissioner of immigration. 

Member of the state board of horticulture for the term of 
four years, to succeed Job n M . Al bert. 

Member of the slate board of agriculture, for the term fixed 
by law, to succeed John Simpson, term expired. 



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141 



TRADEMARKS. 



The following trademarks have been filed and recorded In this office since January 1, 1897, 
In accordance with the provisions of title 1, chapter LXXX, Hill's annotated laws of Oregon :— 



Place of bvninet*. 



Filtd and re- 
corded. 



Wad ham* and Com- 

Einy, by Henry 
olm, president. _. 
Union Fishermen' 8 
i'ooperalive Pack- 
ing Company, So- 
lus Jensen, secre- 
tary 

Alfred Baker 

S. N. A. Downing. — 
Frits Strobel and 

Company _. 

Dalryroeu'H Union 

of California 



Johnson and Phil- 
lips 



Portland, Oregon — "Pheasant Brand Oysters" (label) Feb. 18,1897 



Gray Brothers 

Philip F. Kelley 

Anacortes Packing 
Company, Ld 

Anacoates Packing 
Company, Ld 

Anacortes Packing 
Company, Ld 



Astoria, Oregon — 

Portland, Oregon- 
Portland, Oregon- 
Portland, Oregon. __ 

San Francisco, Cal- 
ifornia 



Scio, Oregon 

Salem, Oregon 

Seattle, Washington 



Anacortes, Wash- 
ington 

Anacortes, Wash- 
ington 



Anacortes Packing 
Company, Ld 

Henry Melville 



Anacortes, Wash- 
ington 



Anacortes, Wash- 
ington _. 

New York, New 
York 

Anacortes, Wash- 



ington 
mlanc 



Anacortes Packing 
Company, Ld 

L. Coblen ts Portland , Oregon . - _ 

Oregon Fruit and 
Prod uce Company. 

Westacott and Irwin _ 



Salem, Oregon 

Salem, Oregon 



Anacortes Packing 
Company, Ld • Anacortes, Wash- 
ington 

Anacortes Packing 

Company, Ld Anacortes, Wash- 

I ington 



"Union Cooperators' Brand" (la- 
bel) i Mar. 19,1897 

"A.B.." brand for butter (label) Mar. 29,1*97 

" Oxyvita " Mar. 30, 1897 

"The Louvre" , April 10, 1897 

"Eagle Brand of Fancy Creamery , 
Butter" (label) | April 16, 1897 

"Golden Pheasant Flour" (label).— May 25,1897 

"Tioga" June 7,1897 

" Rainier," as ap r lied to salmon ( la- 
bel ) J une 17, 1897 

••Rainbow Brand" (label) 1 Jane 80,1897 

" Moon Brand " ( label) June 80,1897 

"Sun Brand" (label) June 30,1897 

"Swan Brand" (label) June 80,1897 

"The Apenta Actienge*ellschaft" , July 28,1897 

"Game Cock Brand" (label) • July 24,1897 

" North Star," as applied to whiskey 
( label ) - July 24, 1897 

"Red Hills' Brand," applied to fruit 
(label) _ Aug. 2,1897 

"Strong's Restaurant, Pioneer Bak- 
ery and Candy Manufactory" (la- 
bel) Aug. 12,1897 

"Blue Star Brand " ( label) Aug. 17,1897 

" Express Brand " (label) Aug. 21,1897 



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Tbe following trademarks have been Hied and recorded in this office since January 1, l*ft 
in accordance with tbe provisions of title I, chapter LXXX, Hill's annotated laws or Oregon:- 



Name. 

L. Coblentz 

L. Coblentz 



I 



L. Coblentz .. 



Elijah Smith 

Elijah Smith 



8. N. A. Downing 

Wad hams and Kerr. 

Wad hams and Kerr. 
Wad bam 8 and Kerr. 
Wad bams and Kerr. 
Wadhams and Kerr. 



H. B. Litt 

The Star Medicine 

Company 

The Star Medicine 

Company 

The Star Medicine 

Company 

Catton, Bell and 

Company .. 



Catton, Bell and 
Company ^ I 



Plaet of buiine**. 

Portland, Oregon.—; 

Portland , Oregon ... I 

Portland, Oregon ... 

Empire City, Oregon 
EmpireCity, Oregon 

Portland, Oregon 

Portland , Oregon _ _ _ 

Portland, Oregon- 
Portland, Oregon „. 
Portland , Oregon .__ 
Portland, Oregon- 
Portland, Oregon ... 
Portland, Oregon ... 
Portland, Oregon- 
Portland, Oregon.— 1 

3an Francisco, Cal- 
itornia 



Fikd and re- 
corded. 



"Black Diamond Old Kentucky 
Bourbon." as applied to barrels of 
whiskey ( label ) 

"Black Diamond Old Kentucky 
Bourbon," as applied to bottles of 
whiskey ( label ) 

"North cUar Old Kentucky Bour- 
bon," as applied to barrels of whis 
key (label) : _ — 

"Invincible Brand Chinook Sal- 
mon " label ) 

" Oregon Southern Packing Compa- 
ny's Oregon Salmon, Cape Arago 
Brand" ( label) 

"Oxyvita" ( label ) 

" White Clover Brand Pure Lard " 
I label ) 

" Grandma's " ( label ) 

"Up-to-date Brand" (label) 

" Up-to-date" (label )_ — 

Ionic Cross, with or without the let- 
ters •• K. B. P. " ( label ) 

Crown within a wreath (label) 

"German Dandelion Bitten "(label). Nov. 4,1897 
"German Dandelion Bitters" (label). Nov. 4,1897 
"Dandelion Bitters" (label) Nov. 4,1897 



Aug. 21,1997 

Aog. 24,1897 

: Aug. 24,1897 
, Sept. 4,1897 



8ept. 7,1897 
| 8ept. 15,1897 

Oct. 12,1897 

| Oct. 18,1897 

| Oct. 18,1897 

Oct. 18,1897 

J Oct. 18,1897 
. Oct. 22,1897 



'Sheep Dip"- 



Henry F. Allen. 
Henry F.Allen. 
Henry F.Allen . 



Wyatt and Labbe 

J.G.Megler 

J. G. Megler , 



J.G.Megler 

J.G.Megler 

Oregon City Manu- 
facturing Com- 
pany 



San Francisco, Cal- 
ifornia ' 

San Francisco, Cal- I 
ilornia 

San Francisco, Cal- 
ifornia _. 

San Francisco, Cal- ' 
ifornia _. 

Portland, Oregon — 

Brookfleld, Wash- 
ington 

Brookfleld, Wash- 
ington — 

Brookfleld, Wash- 
ington _ ; 

Brookfleld, Wash- 
ington 



Nov. 6,1897 



Little's Fluid Dip" Nov. 6,1897 

'Empress" Nov. 15,1897 

■Snowdrop" Nov. 18,1897 

' Electric " Nov. 18,1897 

Kuick Kough Kure K-K-K " Nov. 26,1897 

■Mascot"- ; Nov. 26,1897 

■Forget-me-not" (label) Nov. 26,1897 

1 St. George's Brand " Nov. 26,1897 

' Pansy " ( label ).__ Nov. 26,1897 



Gardner Brolhen 
and Company ! 

The Northwestern 
Gun and Bicycle 
Company.. -. 

The Centaur Com- 
pany 

Benedict Gottwald 
Prior 



Oregon City, Ore- ' 1 ^ 

gon "Klondike" (label) : Dec. 7,1897 

Stayton, Oregon.-. I " Stayton Roller Mills " ( label ) ! Dec. 9, 1897 



Portland, Oregon "StapleShot Gun Cartridges" (label). Dec. 15,1897 

■Castoria" ! Jan. 6,189* 



New York, New 
York 



Chas. Frederick La 
Mont-. 

Chas. Frederick La 
Mont 



Mount Angel, Ore- | aM 

gon "Benedictine Salve "(label) ; Jan. 21,1898 

St. Louis, Missouri- "Crystallized Egg" I Feb. 18,1896 

St. Louis, Missouri- "Crystal Egg" Feb. 24,1898 




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TRADEMARKS — Continued. 

The following trademarks have been filed and recorded In this office since January 1, 1897, 
in accordance with the provisions of title I, chapter LXXX, Hill's annotated laws of Oregon: — 

.Vam«. Pt*C9 of buHnema. Trademark. Filed «""* re ' 

J corded. 



Chat. Frederick La 

Mont St. Louis, Missouri— , "Condensed Egg" Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Frederick La 

Mont 8t. Louis, Missouri— "Evaporated Egg" ! Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Frederick La 

mont St. Louis, Missouri- "Preserved Egg" Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Frederick La 

Mont St. Louis, Missouri- "Prepared Egg" I Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Frederick La 

Mont St. Louis, Missouri- " Desiccated Egg " Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Frederick La | 

Mont St. Louis Missouri— "Concentrated Egg" Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Fred, rick La 

Mont St. Louis, Missouri- "Dried Egg" _ Feb. 24,1898 

Chas. Frederick La : 

Mont .__ St. Louis, Missouri- " Crystalline Egg " Feb. 24, 1898 

Chas. Frederick La 

Mont St. Louis, Missouri- " Exsiccated Egg " , Feb. 24,1898 

Emery and Miller , Oakland, Oregon... •'' Acoru," as applied to flour (label )— Mar. 15, 1898 

Chas. Frederick La 

Mont St. Louis, Missouri— Soup howl encircled with wreath of i 

| peavines Mar. 17,1898 

MaryGeitzman Portland. Oregon.- "Mary Geitzmau's Salve" (label).— April 1,1898 

John H.King New York City. , 

I New York. "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup" 

1 (label) — _ April 5,1898 

Wadhamaand Kerr. Portland, Oregon... "Grandfather's" (label) ; April 11, 1898 

Wadhamsand Kerr. Portland, Oregon "Grandmother's" (label) ' April 11,1898 

Wadbams and Kerr. ; Portland, Oregon.— "Grandpa's" (label) April 11, 1898 

Clarkson and Com- I 

pany Portland, Oregon— . "The Russo-Chinese Brand Patent 

Roller Flour" (label) 1 Aprill6,1898 

Clarkson and Com- 
pany Portland, Oregon.— "Troika Brand Choice American 

Flour" ( label ) I April 16, 1898 

T. M. Stevens and , 

Company Portland, Oregon... " Chrysanthemum," applied to flour 



T. M. Steveus and , 



(label) — May 5,1898 



Company 1 Portland, Oregon... " Feather Flour" ( label ) ! May 5,1898 

W. J. Van Patten — , Burlington, Ver- , 

mont — "Improved Butter Color" ( label ) June 28,1898 

W. J. Van Patten — Burlington, Ver- ■ 

mont > •• Diamond Package Dyes" (label).— ■ June 28,1898 

W. J. Van Patten Burlington, Ver- 

mont " Will's English Pills" (label) June 28,1898 

W. J. Van Patten— Burlington, Ver- 
mont " Paiue's Celery Compound" ( label ). June 28, 1898 

W. J. Van Patten Burlington, Ver- 
mont - — "Lactated Food'' (label) June 28,1898 

Lakin and Lee Portland, Oregon "Oregon Brass Works" \ July 7,1898 

George Lawrence 

Company Portland, Oregon — "G. L. Co." July 13,1898 

Oregon Emergency ■ i 

Corps _.! Portland, Oregon... "Oregon Emergency Corph" (label).. I July 15,1898 

Cleveland Oil and 
Paint Manufactur- 1 

ing Company Portland, Oregon — "Progress White Lead' 1 (label) July 20,1898 

M. Bloskower and 

Company San Francisco, Cal- , 

lfornia "La Flora de Casanova" (label) July 19,1898 

M. Bloskower and 
Company San Francisco, Cal- 
ifornia " La Rosa de Castellane" ( label ) Julv 19, 1898 

Mrs. Z. F. Moody, 

president Salem, Oregon "Capital Emergency Corps" July 28,1898 

Sprague Roller Mills Sprague, Washing- 
ton "Choice" . Aug. 31,1898 



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TRADEMARKS — Concluded. 

The following trademarks have been filed and recorded in this office since January 1, 1897, 
in accordance with the provisions of title I, chapter LXXX, Hill's annotated laws of Oregon:— 



Place of husint.it. 



Filed and re- 
corded. 



Sprague Roller Mills Sprague, Washing- 
ton 

Marx and Jorgenseu I Portland, Oregon- 
Allen and Lewis , Portland, Oregon... 

Flanders and Oco- ' 

bock I Portland, Oregon... 

Emil Simon ' Spokane, Washing- 

I ton 

Blnmauer-Frank 

Drug Company I Portland , Oregon — 

Sarah V. Hill Portland, Oregon — 

Closset and Devers... Portland, Oregon— I 
Wad hams and Com- 
pany Portland, Oregon- 
Otis, McAllister and ' 

Company ! San Francisco, Cal- 

, ifornia 

dtis, McAUlsier and ' ' 

Company | San Francisco, Cal- , 

Ifornia 

Corbitt and Macleay ' I 

Company , Portland, Oregon , 



"Blue Stem Washington's Best " Aug. 31,1896 

" Commodore's Royal O. K." —I Sept. 7, 1898 

"Allen & Lewis," "A. & L." (labels). Sept. 9,1898 

"Italian Beauty" (label) Oct. 17,1898 

"Spokane" sewing machine I Oct. 21,1896 

"B. F. D. Co." (label) Oct. 27,1898 

"The Hill" Nov. 21.1898 

"Devers' Blend" i Not. 28,1898 

Woodlaud's Best Full Cream Cheese.. 1 Dec. 16,1898 

"Mariposa" (label) : Dec. 21,1898 

"Empire" (label) Dec. 21,1898 

"Tiger Brand" (label) Dec. 28,1898 



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POLITICAL AND OFFICIAL • 

istory and Register 

OF OREGON 



Names of members and officers of all the provisional, constitutional and legislative 
committees and legislative assembles of the territory and state. Names of all officers of 
the territory and state and senators and representatives in congress, with brief biographi- 
cal sketches of as mauy as could be obtained from reliable sources With much other 
valuable information, covering a period of seventy-five years, from the earliest settlement 
of the country hi I823 to 1899. 



COMPIKKD, KDITKD AND ARRANGED 

My HARRISON R. KINCAID 



From official documents on file in the archives of the state, old newspapers, written 
and oral statements of those who took part in the transactions or from their relatives 
or friends, and from all other reliable sources. 



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BY 
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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 9. 



Whereas the forthcoming biennial report of Secretary of State H. R. Kin- 
oaid, for the years 1897 and 1898, will contain as an appendix a list of names 
of all the governors and other officers, and all the territorial delegates and 
senators and 'representatives in congress of the territory and state of Oregon, 
from 1823 to the present time, with brief biographical sketches of each, and 
a list of names of all the superintendents and principal officers of territorial 
and state institutions, and members of all the territorial and state 
legislative assemblies, and other historical matter, much of which 
would have been lost if not collected now from those who are rapidly pass- 
ing away, making it the most valuable book for reference ever published of 
the early history of Oregon; and 

Whereas, a great amount of care and labor, not required by law, has been 
given in the collection of material from incomplete records and in corres- 
pondence with those who took part in the transactions described or with 
their friends or relatives who survive them, without any cost to the state; 
therefore, be it 

< J^sot<oedby the senate, the house concurring, That H. R. Kincaid, secretary 
of state, be and is hereby authorized and directed to have 500 extra copies of 
his biennial report for the years 1897 and 1898 and the appendix thereto 
printed and bound, without the abstract of warrants, the same to be delivered 
to him for distribution. 

Adopted by the senate October 14, 1898. 

JOSEPH SIMON, 
President of the senate. 
Concurred in by the house, October 14, 1898. 

E. V. CARTER, 
Speaker of the house. 



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OFFICERS OF THE TERRITORY 

AND 

STATE OF OREGON 

FROM 

THE YEAR 1823 TO 1899. 

COMPILED BY 

H. R. KINCAID, SECRETARY OP STATE, 
JANUARY 1, 1899. 



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Office of the Secretary of State, \ 
Salem, Oregon, January 1, 1897. j 

I have compiled the following list of the governors and other officers of 
the territory and state of Oregon, including senators and representatives in 
congress, from the earliest time down to the present day, with brief bio- 
graphical sketches of most of them, as far as any data could be found, and 
the same is printed as a part of this report. This was voluntary work, not 
specifically required by law, but in the line of the duties of this office where 
the records are kept, germane to this report, and required by the import- 
ance of the subject. If not fully appreciated now it will be hereafter, and 
will become more and more valuable for historical data as time rolls on. It 
has cost the state nothing for compiling and ought to be acceptable to every- 
body interested in the enlightenment of the people, whose happiness and 
success in life depends largely upon knowing what has been done in the 
past, by whom it was done, and how it was done. The lamp of experience 

is the best guide for the future. 

H. R KINCAID, 

Secretary of State. 



Office of the Secretary of State, \ 
Salem, Oregon, January 1, 1899. / 

The list of governors and other officers of the territory and state of 
Oregon, and senators and representatives in congress, with brief biographi- 
cal sketches, published as an appendix to my biennial report of 1897, as 
referred to above, has been revised, corrected and extended, and is repub- 
lished as an appendix to this report In addition to this revised and 
extended list, I have compiled and included in this volume, as far as can 
be done from the incomplete records and all other information obtainable, a 
complete list of superintendents and principal officers of state institutions 
and members of all the territorial and state legislative assemblies and their 
officers from the earliest settlement of the country up to the present time; 
a brief history of each constitution or bill of rights, with a list of the mem- 
bers and officers of the convention that framed our present state constitu- 
tion ; and other historical matter. A great amount of extra care and labor 
not required by law has been cheerfully given in this work, with the belief 
and hope that it will be valuable hereafter. Much that would have been 
lost to future generations will be preserved in this volume. 

H. R. KINCAID, 
Secretary of Slate. 



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MEMBERS 



OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES 

COMPILED BY 

H. R. KINCAID, SECRETARY OP STATE, 

JANUARY 1, 1899. 

Tabular lists of the Oregon legislative assemblies from the time of the earliest attempts to 
form a government in Oregon to the present day. compiled by sessions, giving names of mem- 
bers, the district or county they represented, their politics where known, the duration of the 
sessions, the names of the officers and employes, and other information, as far as possible from 
the very incomplete records on file in the department of state. 



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OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES. 



PRIOR TO PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT— FEBRUARY 18, 1848. 

The first committee chosen for the framing of a constitution and code of laws for the area 
of country known as " Oregon." 



David Leslie ~ 
8idnby Smith. 



..Chairman. 
..Secretary. 



Gubtavto Hunts.. 



.Secretary. 



Rev. P.N. Blanched. 

Rev. Jason Lee 

David Donplerre 

Mr. Charlevon 

Robert Moore 

J. LParrish 

EUenne Lnde 

William Johnson 



Members of the committee chosen at a "full meeting of the inhabitants 
of the Willamette valley," held at the American Mission House, Feb- 
ruary 18, 1841. 



PRIOR TO PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT— 1843. 

Sessions of the legislative committee in 1843, being the second committee chosen for legis- 
lation by the people of Oregon. 



Robert Moore. 



George W. LeBretom . 



8peaker or chairman. 

..Territorial recorder, ezofficio clerk. 



MEMBEB8— FOR OREGON AT LARGE. 



Robert Shortness. 

David Hill 

Dr. Robert Newell 

Alanson Beers 

Thomas Hubbard 

W.H.Gray 

James O'Neil 

Robert Moore 

William Dangherty 



The legislative committee was chosen at a public mass meeting held at 
Champooick, May 2,1848. 

The committee met at Willamette, May 16,1848, and continued in session 
for three days. An adjournment was then taken till the 27th of June, 
1848, on which date a session was held. Also a session on June 28. 

At a public mass meeting of the citizens of Oregon held at Champooick 
on July 5, 1843, the legislative committee submitted a number of re- 
ports which were adopted as the laws of Oregon. 




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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 



PRIOR TO PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT —1844. 

The third legislative committee chosen before the organization of the provisional govern- 
ment held a session at Oregon City, at the home of Mr. Hathway, beginning Jnne 18 and 
continuing to June 27, 1844. 

The same committee reconvened on December 16, at Oregon City, at the house of J.E. 
Long, and continued in session till December 24, 1844. 



M.M.McCarvee.. 
Dr. John E.Long.. 



.Speaker. 



..Territorial recorder, cx-cfficio clerk. 



Name. 


District. 


Remark*. 


Daniel Waldo 

T. D. Keizer 

Dr. Robert Newell 

A. L. Lovejoy 

Peter H. Burnett 

David Hill 

M. M. McCarver.. . 


Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Klackamas 

Tuality 

Tuality 

Tuality . 


Hon. Osborn Russell and Hon. P. 0. 8tewart, a 
majority of the "executive committee" submitted 
a message to the members of the legislative com- 
mittee at the December session, in which they 
stated that there was adverse claims to the country 
known as Oregon, both Great Britain and the 
United States claiming the territory west of the 


M. Gilmore 


TuaUty 


Rocky mountains and north of the California line. 



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PRIOR TO PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT — 1846. 

The fourth legislative committee chosen befere the organization of the pro virion al govern- 
ment met at the home or J. B. Long, in Oregon City, June 24. 1846. After the assembly was 
organised the residence of Mr. M. MoGruder was secured in which to hold the sessions of the 
committee. 

This session continued from June 24 to July 5, 1845. 



OFFICERS. 



M. M. McCabvbb 

J. E. Long 

Mb. Shaw 



.8peaker. 



Territorial recorder and ex-offlcio clerk of committee. 

_ Sergeant-at-arms. 

Rev. Mb. Clabk, Rev. Mb. Hill, Rev. Mb. Demabss Alternate chaplains. 

Fbbdbick Pbigg-. -. .- Revising clerk. 



Robert Newell 

J. M. Garrison 

M.O.Foisy 

Barton Lee 

H. A. G.Lee 

William H.Gray 

H. Straight 

John McClure 

M.M.McCarver 

J.W.8mlth 

David Hill 

Jessie Applegate — 
A. Hendricks 



Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Clackamas ... 
Clackamas ... 
Clackamas — 
Clatsop. 



Tuallty 

Tuality 

Tuality 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



Elected speaker. 



Note.— This was the last session of the legislative committee under the regime of the 
" Executive Committees " of Oregon. Hon. Osborn Russell and Hon. P. J. Stewart, who jointly 
governed Oregon as a majority of the " Executive Committee " at this time, retired from office 
at the close of this session to give place to Hon. George Abernethy, the first governor of Oregon. 

Nora.— Tualatin county was sometimes called " Tuality" county and is written that way 
in many early records. Champoeg county is also written " Champoic " and is so pronounced 
by early pioneers ; also the county of Clackamas was then spelled " Klaokamas." 

Notb.— The members of this committee before entering upon the duties of their office 
each took the following oath : 

" I do solemnly swear that I will support the organic laws of the provisional government 
of Oregon, so far as the said organic laws are consistent with my duties as a citizen of the 
United States, or a subject of Great Britain, and faithfully demean myself in office, so help 
me God." 



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REPORT OF TUB SECRETARY OP STATE. 



PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT— 1846. 

A special session of the legislative committee, being the first session of each body after the 
ratification by the people of the organic laws of the provisional government and after the 
inauguration of the provisional governor, Hon. George Abernethy. 

Session held at Oregon City, commencing August 5, 1845, and ending August 20, 1845. 



M. M. McCarver.. 
J. E. Long 



.Speaker. 



Fred. Prigg. 



..Territorial recorder and ex-officto clerk. 
Engrossing clerk. 




Robert Newell 

J. M. Garrison 

M. G.:Foisy 

Barton Lee 

H. A. G. Lee 

W. H. Gray 

H. Straight 

John McClure 

M. M. McCarver 

J.W.Smith : 

David Hill 

Jesse Applegate 

A. Hendricks 



Champoeg 
Champoeg 
Champoeg 
Champoeg 
Clackamas 
Clackamas 
Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Tuallty 

Tuality 

Tuallty 

Yamhill- 
Yamhill— 



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Note.— Mr. W. H. Gray was elected speaker on August 5th, but as this session wss held to 
be only a continuation of the session of July of the same year, Mr. McCarver, the speaker at 
that session, claimed the right to preside, and after a time was allowed to assume the duties 
of the office. 

Hon. George Abernethy, the first governor of Oregon, submitted a message to this legis- 
lative committee or assembly, but it was not preserved. It would be the first executive mes- 
sage to the legislative body in Oregon, and would no doubt be an interesting document if it 
could be reproduced. 



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PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT— 1845. 

Tbe fir*t regular session of the provisional legislative assembly of Oregon was held in the 
house of Mr. T. McGruder, at Oregon City, commencing December 2, 1845, and ending De- 
cember 19, 1845. 

OFFICERS. 



ROBKRT NSWELL., 
J. E. LOHO 



.Speaker. 



Theopolib McGbudkr. 



.Territorial recorder, ex officio chief clerk. 
Sergeant-at-arms. 



I 



Robert Newell ._ 
J. M. Garrison.... 

M. G. Fotay 

Barton Lee 

H. A. G.Lee 

W. H. Gray 

H. Straight 

John McClure — 
M. M. McCarver. 

J. M. Smith 

David Hill 

Jesse Applegate. 
A. Hendricks 



Champoeg — 
Ghampoeg .... 
Champoeg — 
Champoeg .... 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas ... 

Clatsop 

Tuallty 

Tuality 

Tuality 

Yamhill 



Yamhill.. 



Elected speaker. 



Not*.— Prom December 11, 1846. to December 19, 1845, Mr. H. A. G. Lee acted as speaker, 
Mr. Newell having been called to his home by the severe illness of his wife. 



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PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT- 1846. 

Second regular session of provisional legislature. Met at Oregon City, Oregon, at the house 
of H. M. Knighton, December 1, 1846. 



A. L. Lovejoy. 
N. Hubbb 



Speaker. 

..Chief clerk. 



H. M. Knighton 



_8ergeant-at-arm*. 



County. 



Angus McDonald—. 

A. Chamberlain 

Robert Newell 

Jesse Looney 

Hiram Straight 

A, L. LoypJot — i 

\\\ G.T Vaults, 

'iwir-c summers . . 
WlUlumF.Tolmie.-,, 

J. B. Williams. 

John 1/. LAooue , 

Joseph L, Meek 

U. 11. LownsdaUs 

Law re me Hall 

Henry N. Pew „. 

Tltotnaii Jeffreys. ._._ 
Absalom J Heinbree 



Champoeg . 
Champoeg . 
Champoeg . 
Champoeg . 
riRPknmivs 
Hack a mas 
c-iji.-krtniH-i 
Clat*op_™, 

Lewis , 

Htfk™„ 

Polite, 

Tuallty 

TuaJiiy™. 

TuaUty 

Vancouver . 

Yamhill 

Yamhill.™ 



J Elected speaker. 






The original record of the proceeding* of this session In complete and In regular for 
Itanmber 1, imfi, lo the aflernuna tension of ihu liHh day of December, after which dale the 
record Is m feeing. It doe* not, therefore, appear from the original document* wben Lb Is ses- 
sion closed, but ft is presumed to hare finished It* labors before the holiday season, and surely 
bcfoie the 1st of January , 1447, 




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PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT— 1847. 

Third regular session of provisional legislature. Met at Oregon City, Oregon, December 7, 
1847, and adjourned December 28,1847. 



Robert Newell.. 
Calvin W. Cook. 



J. E. Lyle. 



Speaker. 

Chief clerk. 

-Engrossing clerk. 



WlLJJAM H0LME8 . 



. Sergeant-at-arms. 



William Rector . 
W.H.Reese 

A. Chamberlain _. 

Anderson Cox 

Robert Newell __ 

M. Crawford 

J.M Walr. 



8. S. White 

J.Robinson 

B.Plamondean. 
J.W.Neamlth.. 

M. A. Ford 

R. Wilcox 

D.H11L. 



J.L. Meek 

H.W. Peers 

A. J. Hembree 

L. Rogers 

-Rice 



Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Clackamas 

Clackamas . 



Elected speaker. 



Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Lewis 

Polk 

Polk 



Tuality 

Tuallty 

Tuality 

Vancouver . 
Yamhill ._. 
Yamhill — 
Yamhill ._ 



Did not attend session. 



In the original record of the proceedings of this session it is not stated in what building 
the sessions were held. In the proceedings of the second day's session mention ft made of an 
adjournment to the " New Methodist Church " from which it is presumed that sessions were 
held in. that building. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT — 1848-1849. 

4*3 Fourth regular session of provisional legislature met December 5, 1848 and adjourned to 
February 6, 1849 ; also last session of that body. 



Ralph Wilcox 

W. G. T ' Vault 

William Holmks 

jame8 s.clu8b 

S. H.L. Meek 



Mb. Wilson Blain. 



.Speaker ( resigned ) succeeded by L. A. Rice. 

Chief clerk. 

Sergeant-at-arms. 

Enrolling clerk. 

Doorkeeper. 

Chaplain. 



J. C. Avery 

W. J. Bailey 

Samuel Parker 

William Porter 

Robert Newell 

Albert Gains 



A. L. Lovejoy 

J.L. Snoot 

G. L. Curry 

M. Crawford 

A. F. Hedges 

John Hudson 

H. J. Peterson j 

A. Cox , 

LeviL.8mith 

J.W.Nesmith I 

O.Rus&ell 1 

Jesse Applegate i 

P.H.Burnett 

Ralph Wilcox I 

David Hill 



8.R Thurston* 

A. L. Lewis 

A. J. Hembree 

L.A.Rice. 



W.J.Martin 



Benton 

Champoeg 

Champoeg .- 
Champoeg ... 
Champoeg ... 
Champoeg .. 
Clackamas — 
Clackamas.- 
Clackamas... 

(;iackama8 

Clackamas _., 

Clatsop 

Linn 

Linn 

Lewis 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Tuality 

Tuality 

Tuality 

Tuality 

Vancouver ... 

Yamhill 

Yamhill Elected speaker February 5, 1849. 

Yamhill 



Resigned in fall of 1848. 
Elected, but did not qualify. 
Resigned in fall of 1848. 
Resigned in fall of 1848. 



Resigned in fall of 1848. 
Resigned in fall of 1848. 
Resigned in fall of 1848. 

Resigned in fall of 1848. 






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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1849. 

First regular season territorial legislature, July 16, 1849. to September 29, 1849. 

council — officers. 
Samuel Parker 



C. 1*. Walker 

A. A. Robinson 

C. Davib 

8. Kinney 

Rev. Mr. Leslie 



-President 
Clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



-Sergeant-at-arme 

Doorkeeper 

Chaplain 



A. L. Humohrlee 

Samuel Parker 

Wesley 9hannon 

W. U. Back 

a F. McKean 

W. B. Maley. 

Nathaniel Ford 

Wilson Blaln 

James B. Graves 



County. 



Benton 

Champoeg 

Champoeg 

Clackamas 

Clatsop, Lewis and 

Vancouver 

Linn 

Polk 

Tualatin 

Yamhill 



Elected speaker. 



Note.— The name Champoeg county was changed to Marlon, Tualatin to Washington, 
and Vancouver to Clarke, at this session of the territorial legislature. 

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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1849. 
First regular session territorial legislature, July 16, 1849, to September 29, 1849. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



A. L. Lovejoy 

William Porter 

B. Gbnois 

William Holmes 

D. D. Bailey 

H. Johnson 



8peaker 

.Chief clerk 



Assistant clerk 

..8ergeant-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 

Chaplain 



No. 


Name. 


County. 
Beuton 


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1 


J. Mulkey 




2 


G.B.8mith 


Benton 




8 


W.W. Chapman 


Champoeg 




4 


W T.Matlock 


Champoeg 




5 


John Grim 


Champoeg 




6 


G. Walling 


Clackamas 




7 


A. L. Lovejoy 


Clackamas 




8 


W. D. Holman 


Clackamas 




9 


M. T. Simmons 


Clatsop, Lewis and 


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Vancouver 


government of the house so far as applicable. 


10 


Jacob Conser 


Linn 




11 


J.8. Dunlap 


Linn 




12 


H. N. V. Holmes 


Polk 




18 


S.Jlurch ..._ . 


Polk . 




14 


D.Hill... 


Tualatin .... .. 




16 


W. M.King 

A.J: Hembree 


Tualatin 




16 


Yamhill 




17 


R. Kinney 

J. B. Walling 


Yamhill 




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Continuation of the first regular session territorial legislature. 



EXPLANATION. 



In the archives and other public documents found in the department of state there is no 
record of this session of the territorial legislative assembly. Judge O. C. Pratt in his opinion 
on the location of the capital refers to this session of the legislature. Bancroft in his history 
of Oregon Bays the members convened at Oregon City and were In session about two weeks 
and passed a number of acts. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT — 1860-1861. 

Second regular session territorial legislature, December 2, I860, to February 8, 1851. 
( This was the last session of the legislative assembly held at Oregon City.— See note.) 



W. W. Buck. 



GSOBGB L. CUBRY.. 

Jambs D. Tubhbb . 



COUNCIL— OPFXCBB8. 



President. 

-Chief clerk. 



.Assistant clerk. 



Hkman a Buck 

Nbbuzabadan Coffby. 



_8ergeant-at-arma 
Doorkeeper. 



1 
2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



A. L. Humphries _ 

W.W.Buck 

S.T.McKean 

W.B.Maly 

Samuel Parker i 

Miller | 

Frederick Wavmlre 

lAwrence Hall 

James McBride 



Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop, Clarke and 

Lewis 

Linn 

Marion.. 




Elected president. 



Formerly Champoeg county. 
Initials not given in archives. 



; Formerly Tualatin county. 



Notb.— Messrs. Humphries, Back, If cKean, Parker and Maly were hold-over members, 
baring sat in the council of 1849. Messrs. Miller, Way mire, Hall and McBrlde were elected 
in I860. 

Notb.— On February 1, 1851, an act making Salem the seat of government of the territory 
of Oregon was passed and the next regular session was held at Salem. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1SBM661. 

Second regular session territorial legislature, December 2, I860, to February 8, 1861. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Ralph Wilcox. 
Abahil Bush — 
B. Grkois 



..Speaker 



..Chief clerk 



William Holmes . 
8eptimu8 hbulat . 



Assistant clerk 

Sargent-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 



County. 



_l_ 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 



I J.C.Avery I Benton. 

1 W. St Clair Benton. 

I W.T.Matlock ; Clackamas 

1 Benjamin 81mpsou. 
I Hector Campbell— . 
I Truman P. Powers. 






; William Allphlne.. 
I EUasL. Walters — 

B.F. Harding 

William Shaw 

I William Parker — 
I H. N.V.Holmes — 

I John Thorp-- 

; Ralph Wilcox 

| William If. King... 

I Aaron Payne 

, 8. M.Gil more 

Matthew P. Deady. 



Clackamas I 

Clackamas i 

Clackamas, Lewis 

and Clark 

Linn 

Linn I 




Elected speaker. 



Yam Hill" was printed as two words In 
many of the early records. 



Note.— This session of the territorial legislature created the new counties of Pacific 
(north oi Columbia river) and Lane and Umpqua south of Benton. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT — 1851. 



Third regular session territorial legislature, December 1, 1851, to January 21, 1868. 
session held at Salem, Oregon. 

Sessions were held In the Oregon institute building. 



First 



council — officers. 



Samuel Pabkbr 

Richard J. White ... 
Chester N. Terry.. . 

Thomas B. Mioou 

Rich akd B. Wiley. . 
Septimus Huelat 



President 

Chief clerk 

Assistant clerk 



..Enrolling clerk 
. Sergeanuat-arms 
Doorkeeper 



2 
8 

4 
6 
6 

7 
S 
9 



A. L. Humphrey — 

A. L. Lovejoy 

i ColnmbosLancaster 

W. B. Mealey 

Joseph M. Garrison. 
Samuel Parker 

Fred'k Waymire 

Lawrence Hall 

M. P. Deady 



County. 



Benton, Lane, and 
Umpqua. 



Clackamas ' 

Clarke, Lewis, and : 

Vancouver . Refused to qualify at Salem. 

Linn ! 

Marion ■ 

Marion and Clack- , 

ami 
Polk- 



Washington 
Yamhill.— 



Note. — Mr. Lancaster refused to meet with the council tt Salem. He proceeded to Oregon 
City and declared himself president of the council, drew up a memorial to congress, and after 
a tune returned to his home. 

On the ninth day of January, 1802, the houses of the territorial legislature convened in 



Joint assembly and Judge O.C. Pratt, associate Justice of the supreme court, read to them his 
- '^Aon sustaining their action in convening the legislature at Salem. Chief Justice Thomas 
on and Associate Justice William Strong had opened a session of the supreme court at 



Oregon City, but the legislative assembly did not recognise their rulings. 



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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1851. 

Third regular session territorial legislature, December 1, 1861, to January 21, 1852. 
( First session of the legislature to be held at 8alem). 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 

William M. King 

Benjamin f. Harding 

E. L. Massky 

Benjamin McCobmick 

William L. Frazbr 



-Spevker 



.Chief clerk 



— Assistant clerk 
..8ergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



No. 


Name. 


County. 


Bemark$. 


1 


J. C. Avery 

Q.E.Cole 


Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop and Paclflc. 
Clatsop and Pacific. 

Linn 

Linn 

Lane 

Marion 

Marion 

Marlon 

Polk 

Polk 

Umpqua 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 




3 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 


George L. Curry — 

A. E. Wait 

W.T.Matlock 

John A.Anderson— 

D. F. Brown field 

William Allphin... 

Luther White 

D.M.Risdon 

Wilie Chapman... 
James Davidson — 
Benjamin Simpson 

J.S.Holman 

Nathaniel Ford — 
Joseph W.Drew — 

Ralph Wilcox 

WilllamM. King. .. 

Z.C. Bishop 

A.J. Hembree 

Samael McSween.. 
R. C.Kinney 


Refused to qualify at Salem. 
Refused to qualify at Salem. 

Refused to qualify at Salem. 



Note. —Messrs. A. E. Walt, W. T. Matlock, and D. F. Brownneid. refused to go 1 
where the majority of the members had assembled. They met in the territorial library room 
at Oregon City, and not having a quorum adjourned from day to day for two weeks then dis- 
banded. 



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TERRITORIAL GO VERNMENT — 1852. 
Special session territorial legislator©, July 95, 1832, to July »» 1*62. 



COUNCIL — OFYICSB0. 



M. P. D*ADY 

Chester N. Tebby. 
A. B. P. Wood 



...President 
..Chief clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



Septimus Huelat.. 



George H. Nelson 



-8ergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 

7 

8 



A. L. Humphrey 

A. L. Lovefoy 

L. W.Phelps 

Joseph If. Garrison. 
Frederick Waymlre 
LeTl Scott 

Lawrence Hall 

M.P.Deady 



Benton and Lane.. 

Clackamas 

Linn 

Marion 

Polk — 



Umpqua, Douglas 

and Jackson 

Washington 

Yamhill 



Elected president. 



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REPORT OF THE StiORBTARY OF STATE. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1862. 



Special session territorial legislature, July 26, 1863. to July 29, 1882. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Benjamin F. Harding.. 

Richard J. White 

J. c. Peebles 



8peaker 

.Chief clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



C. SIMMS 

A. ZlEBBE 

T. T. Thomas.. 



Unrolling 

~8ergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

26 



I J. C. Avery 

G. B.Cole 

W. T. Matlock 

A. E. Wait 



LotWhltcomb — 
John A. Anderson.. 
P. A. Ohenowith — 

Curtis 

J. R. Hardin 

Thomas N. Aubrey. 

James Curl — 

Royal Cottle 

, B. P.Harding 

1 Benjamin Simpson. 

! Jacob Conser 

i J.M.Falkerson 

H.N.V. Holmes 

. A.CGibbs 

Isaac N.Kby 

John Richardson 

F.B.Martin 

John Carey 

Benjamin 8tark — 

Milton Tuttle 

Israel Mitchell.. 



Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Clark and Lewis — 
Douglas 

Jackson 

Lane 
Linn 
Linn 




Yamhill 

Yamhill 

Yamhill. 



Washington 

Washington 

Washington 



Did not qualify. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1852. 

Fourth regular session territorial legislature. December 6, 1852, to February 8. 1868. 

COUNCIL — OFFICERS. 

M. P. Dsady President 

Chbstbb N.Tsbby Chief clerk 

A. B. P. Wood Assistant clerk 

8EFTarot Huelat r Sergeant-afrarms 

Gbobgk H. Nelson Doorkeeper 



mpL. 

A.L. Lovejoy 
L. W.Phelps. 
Joseph M. Garrison- 
Frederick Waymire 
LeTi Scott 



Lawrence Hall. 
If. P. Deady 



Cbwafy. i 

Benton and Lane ' 

Clackamas , 

Linn 

Marion 

Polk I 

Umpqua, Douglas 

and Jackson 

Washington 

Yamhill Elected president. 



Notb. —The officers elected at the special session in July held over and entered upon their 
duties at the regular session. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT — 1852, 



Fourth regular session territorial legislature, December 6, 1853, to February 3, 1851. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



B.F. Harding. — — - - 

Richard J. White . ^ ..^„ — ^ 


Speaker 

..Chief dark 


J t J» Peebles — - .. -.,,... 


AMifltautctork 


C. SIMMS 


Enrolling clerk 



John M. Barnes . 
A.Zieber 



Doorkeeper 

-8ergeant-at*armi 



I 



County. 



1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

25 



i J.C.Avery 

. O.E.Cole 

I W.T.Matlock 

i A. K. Wait 

Lot Whitcomb.... 
! John A. Anderson. 
I F. A. Chenowetb . 

I Curtis. 

I J. R. Hardin... 
i Thomas N. Aubrey 

James Curl 

Royal Cottle 

B. F. Harding 

Benjamin Simpson 

Jacob Concer 

J. M. Fulkerson 

H.N. V.Holmes 

A.C.Glbbs 

Isaac N.Eby 

John Richardson... 

F.B. Martin 

John Carey 

Benjamin 8tark 

Milton Tuttle 

Israel Mitchell. .... 



] Benton... 

.1 Benton . 



Clackamas 

I Clackamas I 

Clackamas j 

, Clatsop i 

I Clark and Lewis ... 



i I Douglas 

1 Taiilr0i\M 



Jackson 

I Lane 

Linn 



Linn 

Marion... 
Marion .. 
Marion.. 

Polk 

Polk. 



! Umpqua 

I Thurston 

, Yamhill 

1 Yamhill 

I Yamhill- 



Washington 

Washington 

Washington 



Note.— Names of C. Slmms as enrolling clerk and A. Zleber as sergeant-at-amu do not 
appear in the original journal of the house for this session, but inasmuch as the other omcwj 
are the same as those elected at the special session In July, 1852, and Messrs. Simmaand Zieoer 
both served in July, it is presumed that they served during this session. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1863. 



Fifth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 5, 1868, to February 2, 1854. 

COUNCIL — OFFICERS. 



Ralph Wilcox 

Samuel B. Gabrstt.. 



— President 
.Chief clerk 



A. B. P. Wood. 



.Assistant clerk 



T. W. Bkalr 

John K. Dslashmut . 
John Gould 



— Enrolling clerk 
.. Sergeant-at- arms 
Doorkeeper 



1 I 



A. L. Humphrey 

. James K. Kelly 

| T. P. Powers 

Lucius W. Phelps 

1 Benjamin Simpson. 

i Jas. M. Fulkerson 

| Levi Scott 

| Ralph Wilcox 

i John Richardson 



County. 



Benton and Lane.. 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Linn. 



Marlon 

Polk 

Umpqua, Douglas, 

and Jackson 

Washington 



Yamhill 



Elected president. 



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REPORT OF TLIfi tfBGKBTABY OF STATS. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1858. 
Fifth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 5,1868, to February 2, 1864 



houm— OFnoute. 



Z. G. Bishop 

John McCbackkn. 

G. D. R. Boyd 

G. P. Cbamdall 



.Speaker 



Chief clerk 

-Assistant clerk 



.Enrolling clerk 



Gkobgi L. RUSBELL- 



Joseph Hunsakbb. 



_8ergeant~at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 



F.C.Gason — 
L.F.Cartee._ 



B. B. Jackson 

L.F.Grover 

John C. Peebles . 



E. F.Colby 

Luther Elklns-. 



I.N. Smith. 

Stephen Goff 

H.B.Hadley 

| John F. Miller 

Channcey Nye 

George H. Ambrose. 
James A. Bennett .. 

B. F. Chapman 

R. P. Boise 

W. 8. Gilliam . 



Andrew Shuck , 

A.B.Westerneld-.l 
Orlando Hnmason . 

A. A. Durham 

Z.C. Bishop 

Robert Thompson— 

J.W.Momtt 

L. 8. Thompsoon 

— Martin 



The committee on credentials made no report 
and there is nothing in the original journals 
to show the counties from which the mem* 
bers were elected. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1864. 

Sixth regular Beaton of the territorial legislature, December 4, 1864, to February 1, 1856. 



council — omenta. 



J AMIS K. KELLY ... 
B. GENOIB 

James Cobtbllo — 
M. a Edwards 



John K. Dslashmutt . 
James L. Gwinn 



President 

Chief clerk 

Assistant clerk 

— Enrolling clerk 



-Sergeant-at-arms 



.Doorkeeper 



1 
2 

8 

4 
6 
6 
7 

8 
9 



A.L.Humphrey 

James K. Kelly 

E. H. Cleareland 

L. W.Phelps 

John C. Peebles 

Jaa. M. Fnlkerson 

Q. E. Greer 



John Richardson- 
.Ley! Scott 



County. 



Benton and Lane 

Clackamas and 

Wasco 

Jackson 

Linn 



Marlon 

Polk. 



Washington and 

Colombia 

Yamhill 



Umpqua and Doug- 
las 



Elected president. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1864. 

Sixth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 4, 1864, to February 1, 1856. 



HOUSE —OFFICERS. 



L. T. Cartes. 



- Speaker 



Victor Trlvitt 

James Elk ins 

G. M. Hammond 

George L. Russell 

ALEX BLFY1N8 



Chief clerk 

Assistant clerk 

Enrolling clerk 

.8ergeant-at-anns 
Doorkeeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



County. 



Wayman St. Clair.. 

R.B.Hinton 

L. F.Cartee 

W. A. Starkweather 

A. L. Lovejoy 

G. W. Cofflnberry 

James F. Gazley 

Patrick Dunn 

Alex. Mclutiie 

A. W. Patterson 

Jacob Gillespie 

Luther Elklns 

Delazon Smith 

Hugh L. Brown — 

C. P.Crandall 

R.C.Geer 

N. Ford 

H.N.V. Holmes 

Ira F. M. Butler 

E. 8. Tanner 

D. H.Belknap 

Orlando Hu mason. 

A.J. Hembree 

A. G. Henry 

Robert J. Ladd 

J. B. Condon 

C. S. Drew 

Jesse Walker 

David Logan 



Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Douglas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Polk 

Polk 

Washington 

Washington — 

Wasco 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 

Umpqua. 

Columbia 

Jackson „ 

Jackson 

Multnomah 



Elected speaker. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1856. 



8erenth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 8, 1866, to January 81, 1866. 
Held at Conrauis, Oregon. 



COUNCIL — OFFICERS. 



Hon. A. P. Dknnison .... 
Thomas W. Bjulb 

A. 8ULOKB 

L. W. Phelps 



President 

Chief cleik 

Assistant clerk 

Enrolling clerk 

Doorkeeper 



Count*. 



A. A. 8mith 

James K. Kelly 

John K. Ro«s 

Charles Drain 

John C. Peebles 

A. P. Den Di son 

James M. Pulkerson 

Hugh D.O' Bryan t_. 
N.Huber 



Benton and Lane - 
Clackamas and 

Wasco 

Jackson 

Linn 



M arion 

Multnomah 

Polk and Tilla- 
mook 

Umpqua, Douglas 
ana Coos 

Yamhill 



Elected president. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1866. 

Seventh regular session of the territorial legislature, December 8, 1866, to January 31,1856. 
Held at CoryaUUs, Oregon, in a room furnished by Mr. Avery. Esq. 



HOUSE— OFFICERS. 



Hon. Delazon Smith — . 

T. H. B. Odeneal 

Jambs Elkins 

D. Mansfield 



.Speaker 



Chief clerk 

.Assistant clerk 



Andrew J. Welsh 

Albbbt Roys 



.Enrolling clerk 
.Sergeant-at-anns 
— Doorkeeper 



1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 



26 
27 
28 
29 
80 



H.G. Buckingham.. 

John Robinson 

Hiram Straight 

James Officer 

Orvllle Rteley 

Philo Callenaer 

| John Harris.. 

i William Tichenor.. 

1 William Hutaon 

M.C.Barkwell 

John E.Hale 

Thomas Smith 

George Briggn 

Isaac R.Moore!* ._ 

A. Mc Alexander ... 

Delazon Hmiih 

Hash L. Brown 

B. P. Grant 

L. F Grover 

William P.Harpole. 
John M. Harrison... 
George W. Brown... 
Hyer Jackson 

Fred. Waymire 

R, P. Boise 

J.M.Cosard 

H.N.Gates 

H. V.V.Johnson... 

A. R. Bur bank 

Andrew Shock — . 



| County. 

.1. . 

' Benton 

I Benton 

i Clackamas 

,. Clackamas 

. Clackamas 

I Clatsop 

; Columbia 

Coos 

' Douglas 

1 Jackson 

Jackson 

, Jackson 

Jackson 

Lane 

. Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

, Marion 

. Msrion 

.' Marion 

., Multnomah 

Multnomah and 

Washington 

Polk 

Polk and Tilla- 
mook 

, Umpqna 

Wasco 

Washington 

, Yamhill 

J Yamhill I 



Elected speaker. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT — 1866. 

Eighth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 1, 1866, to January 29, 1857. 



J. K. KlLLY— 
A. S. Watt — 



COUNCIL — OFFICERS. 



— President 
-Chief clerk 



John Costello 

T. McP. Patton 

GEOHOE M. HOLKE8-. 

E. E. McClane. 



— Assistant clerk 

Enrolling clerk 

Sergeant-at-arms 



.Doorkeeper 



J.K.Kelly 

John E. Ross 

A. A. Smlih 

Charles Drain 

John C. Peebles 

Nathaniel Ford 

Hugh D.O' Bryant- 
Thomas Cornelius.. 



J. R. Bayley . 



County. 



Clackamas and > 
Wasco Elected president. 

Jackson 

Lane and Benton — 

Linn 

Marion 

Polk and Tilla- 
mook 

Umpqua, Douglas 
and Coos 

Washington, Mult- 
nomah and Col- 
umbia 

Yamhill and Clat- 
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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1866. 

Eighth regular Nation of the territorial legislature, December 1, 1866, to January 29, 1867. 



house — omens. 



L. F. Gboveb 

D. C. Dade 

E. N. Bowman 

Thomas B. Miood 

Jacob 6. Risi.ey 

J. Henby Brown 



8peaker 

Chief clerk 

.Assistant clerk 

.Enrolling clerk 

-8ergeant-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 

18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 

25 
26 

n 

28 
29 
80 



J.C.AYery 

J. A. Bennett 

W. A. Starkweather 

F.A.Collard 

A.i*. Lovejoy 

J. W. Moffltt 

Samuel E. Barr 

A. E. Rogers 

Aaron Rose 

John 8. Miller 

Thomas 8mhh 

A. M. Berry 

W.J. Matthews 

James Monroe 

R. B. Cochran 

Delason 8mlth .1 

H.L. Brown... 

William Ray 

L. F. Qrover 

William Harpole... 

Jacob Conaer 

O W. Brown... 

T.J. Dryer 

A. J.Welch 

William M.Walker. 
D. C. Underwood — 
H. V. V.Johnson— 

N. H. Gates 

William Allen 

A.J. 8huck 



Benton 

Be u ton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Colombia 

Coos and Curry 

Douglas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson and Jose- 
phine 

Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Manon 

Marion 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah and 

Washington 

Polk — - 

Polk and Tillamook 

Umpqua 

Washington 

Wasco 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



Elected speaker. 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT — 1867. 

Ninth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 7, 1857, to February 6, 1868. 



COUNCIL — OFFICKB8. 



H. D. O'Bbyant — 

THOKA8 B. MlCOU . 

William Whit* — 
Gkobqb A. Edbs — 



Robert Shortess. 



William A. Wright. 



-President 

Clerk 

Assistant clerk 

..- — Enrolling clerk 
— Bergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



"I 



Natme. 

A. E. Wait — 
A. M. Berry.. 



. A.A.8mlth 

I Charles Drain 

I Edward Shlel 

Nathaniel Ford 

Hugh D.O' Bryant- 

8 Thomas Cornelias— 



Thomas Scott.. 



Count}/. 



Clackamas and 
Wasco 

Jacknon and Jose- 
phine 

Lane and Benton — 

Linn 

Marlon 

Polk 

Umpqua, Douglas, 
Coos, and Carry.. 
Washington, Mult- 
nomah, and Co- 
lumbia 

Yamhill and Clat- 
sop 



Elected president. 



52 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP 8TATE. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1857. 

Ninth ^egnlar session of the territorial legislature, December 7, 1867, to February 5, 185ft. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 

Ira P. Butler — *. Speaker 

Charles B. Hand ; Clerk 

N. T. Caton Assistant clerk 

George L. Russell Enrolling; clerk 

J. B. Sykes Bergeant-at-anns 

-Doorkeeper 




County. 



1 i Reuben C. Hill I Bentou 

2 I James H. Slater , Benton • I 

8 I S.P.Gilliland I Clackamas. .- 

4 ' P. A. Collard i Clackamas 1 

5 I George Rees Clackamas , 

6 Joseph Jeffers I Clatsop I 

7 I P.M.Warren . Columbia : 

8* T. G. Kirkpatrlck I Coos and Curry I 

9 A.A.Mathews j Douglas j 

10 H. H. Brown.. ' Jackson ' 

11 William M. Hughesi Jackson 

12 R. 8. Belknap ■ Jackson and Jose- 



18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
80 



phine . 

J. G. 8pear Josephine — 

J. W. Mack ' Lane 

John Whiteaker i Lane 

Anderson Cox j Linn 

N.H.Craner j Linn 

H.M.Brown ' Linn 

George Able , Marion 

E. C. Cooley ' Marion J 

J. Woodside* I Marlon 

William M. King— 1 Multnomah .- 

Ira F. M. Builer i Polk I Elected speaker. 

Benjamin HaydenJ Polk and Tillamook i 

James Cole I Umpqua 1 

N.H. Gates Wasco | 

Thomas J. Dryer I Washington and ' 

i Multnomah i 

H. V. V. Johnson ' Washington . 

A.J. Shuck I Yamhill. 1 

William Allen Yamhill— 1 



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TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1868. 

Tenth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 6,1858,10 Januai 



Charles Drain.. 
N. Hubbr 



William L. Whitb. 
H. H. Howard 

D. 8. Hkrbin 

JAKB L. 3TEWARD. 



COUNCIL— OFFICERS. 



-Assist 



.Enrol 



-Sergeai 
Dc 



A. E. Wait 

A.M. Berry 

James W. Mack 

Charles Drain i Linn . 



County. 



Clackamas and 
Wasco 

Jackson and Jose- 
phine 

Lane and Benton.. 



Samuel Parker. 
N. Ford 

Hugh D.O' Bryant.. 

Thomas Cornelius.. 



George H. Steward. 



.1 



Marion . 

Polk and Tillamook 
Umpqua, Coos, Cur- ' 

ry and Douglas...' 
Washington, Mult- ' 

nomah and Co- 

lumbla . 



Yamhill and Clat- ! 
sop 




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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF 8TATB. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT— 1868. 

Tenth regular session of the territorial legislature, December 6, 1858, to January 22, 1859. 



HOUSE —OFFICES*. 



N. H. Gates — 
James H. Pylb . 
H. W. Allen — 
J. D. Porter 



-Clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



.Enrolling clerk 



B. C. McLane 

J. Henry Brown ... 



-Sergeant- at- arms 
. . Doorkeeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



80 



Jameb H. Slater — 
H.B.Nichols 

A. F. Hedges 

D. B. Hanna 

B. Jennings 

W.W.Parker 

W.B. 8trong 

William TJehenor.. 

A.E.McGee 

W.G.T Vault 

8. Watson 

D. Newcomb 

D.8.Holton 

W. W. Chapman 

W. 9. Jones 

N.H.Craoer 

B.E.McIninoh 

John T. Crooks 

B. F. Bonham 

J.H. Stevens 

J.H.Lasater 

T.J. Dryer 

Isaac Smith 

H. N.V.Holmes — 

James Cole 

N.H.Gates 

Wilson Bowlby 

E.D.8hattuck 

A.Zleber 

J.H.Smith 



Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop... 



Columbia 

Coos and Curry 

Douglas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson and Jose- 
phine 

Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 



Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Polk 



Polk and Tillamook 

Umpqua. 

Wasco. 



Washington 

Washington and 

Multnomah 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



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SUPPOSED STATE GOVERNMENT— 1858. 

of the state legislature of Oregon, July 5, 1858, to July 9, 1858; also 

8SNATB — OFFICERS. 



luthbr elkins 

George Carpenter. 
H. Harpole 



President 

.Chief clerk 



-8ergeant-a*-arsas 



1 
2 

8 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
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14 

15 



16 



County. 



J. 8. Mclteeny ~ 
J.8.Ruckel 

A. M. Berry 

J. F. (Haley 

8. R. 8cott 

W.W.Bristow — 
A. B. Florence... 
Charles Drain.. 

L.Elkins 

J. W. Grim. 



E. F. Colby 

J. A. Williams 

F. Waymire 

D.Wells .._ 



Thomas Cornellus. 



J. Lamson - 



Benton. 



Claokamas and 
Wasco 



Jackson 

Douglas. 



Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 



Marion 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Umpqua, Coos and 
Curry 

Washington, Co- 
lumbia. Clatsop 
and Tillamook 

Yamhill 



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SUPPOSED STATE GOVERNMENT— 1858. 



Supposed first session of the state legislature of Oregon, July 5, 1866, to July 9, 1868 ; also 
September 18 and 14. 1858. 



William G. T'Vault-. 
Chester N. Terry — 

N. T. Caton 

C. P. Crandall... 

James M. Hunt 

J. Henry Brown .. 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



..Speaker 



Chief clerk 

- Assistant clerk 
.Enrolling clerk 



.Sergean t-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



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9 
10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
SI 
32 
83 



Henry B. Nichols — 

James H. Slater 

Dolphus B. Hannah 
Absolom F. Hedges. 
Berryman Jennings 
Robert W. Morrison 

Nelson Hoyt 



William Tichenor. 

Thomas Norria 

A. G. McGee 

John W. McCully- 
Daniel Newcomb — 
William G. T'Vault. 

D. 8. Holton 

A.J.Cruzan 

R. B. Cochran 

A. 8. Patterson 

M. H.Craner — 

J. T. Crooks 

E.E. Hclnlnch 

T. T. Thomas 

B. F. Bonhom 

S.F.Harding 

J.H.Lansater 

J. H. Stevens 

T.J. Dryer 

A.D.8helby 

B.F. Burch 

J.K.Walt . 

J. M.Cozad 

W. Bowlby 

Victor Trevltt 

A. shuck 



Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook 

Columbia and 

Washington 

Coos and Curry 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 

Marlon 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 

U mpqua 

Washington 

Wasco 

Yamhill 



Joint. 



Joint. 
Joint. 



Note.— Above is given the lists of officers and members of the legislature of Oregon which 
convened July 5, 1858, prior to the time that Oregon was admitted as a state, it having been 
unofficially reported that Oregon had been admitted into the Union. Both branches of the 
legislature met at Salem on July 5th, remaining In session four days, there being grave 
doubt as to whether Oregon had yet been admitted owing to the Impossibility of obtaining 
any direct and speedy communication with the national capital, It was decided to adjourn 
until September of the same year. On the thirteenth day of September a part of the members 
of both branches of the legislature assembled at the capital, and it appearing that the state 
had not yet been admitted again adjourned to their respective homes. The territorial legisla- 
ture, as had been its usual custom, then convened in December, 1858, and transacted the busi- 
ness of the state as usual during the session, which lasted until the twenty-second of January 
of the year 1859. 




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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1869. 

Pint extra session of the state legislature Hay 16, 1850, to Jane 4, 1869, 

SEN ATE — OFFICERS. 

Luthur Elkins : President 

E. E. Haft Chief clerk 

J. N. Choykski Assistant clerk 

H. P. Casay Enrolling olerk 



A'o. Itamr. County. Mtmark*. 

1 ■ J. S. Mcl teeny i Benton i 

2 I J. 8. Rnckel Clackamas , 

8 ' J.F.Gazley ' Douglas 

4 1A.M. Berry 1 Jackson ■ 

6 | S. R. Scott Josephine ' 

6 A. B. Florence ! Lane i 

7 i W.W.Bristow I Lane 

8 I H . L. Brown ■ Li nn 

9 Luthur Elkins . Linn 

10 1 E. F.Colby Marion 

11 J, W. Grim I Marion 

12 J. A. Williams Multnomah 

15 F. Waymire j Polk 

14 [ D.Wells Umpqua,Coos and ' 

i Curry , 

16 Thos. H. Cornelius.! Washington. Co* I 
' ' lumbia, Clatsop ' 

i and Tillamook I 

16 jJ.Lamson Yamhill 

' J I 

Note.— The journal of this sesbion of the legislature is very incomplete and nowhere 
gives the complete list of the senators with counties they represent The report of the com- 
mittee on credentials does not appear. It seems, however, that sixteen senators were entitled 
to seats and that fifteen of these did qualify and take part in the session. The name of Mr. 
3. R. Scott, who was a senator from Josephine county does not appear in any of the proceed- 
ings, and it is probable that he did not attend the session. He is in one place in the journal 
mentioned as being absent. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1859. 
First extra session of the state legislature, May 16, 1860, to Jane 4, 1869. 

HOUSR — OFFICERS, 

William G. T'Vault 

Chrstrr N. Terry .- , , . 



.Speaker 



Theodore Burmbstbr 

J. C. Franklin 

William A. Colbrbtson 



Chief clerk 

Assistant clerk 

-8ergeant-at-erms 
Doorkeeper 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
88 



Henry B. Nickols — 
James H. Slater — 
Dolphus B. Hannah 
Absolom F. Hedges. 
Berry man Jennings 
Robert W. Morrison 



7 I Nelson Hoyt 



William Tichenor.. 

Thomas Norris 

A.G.McGee 

JohnW.McCully— 
Daniel Newcomb — 
William Q.T Vault. 
D.8.Holton 

A. J. Cruzan 

R.B. Cochran 

A.S.Patterson 

N.H.Craner 

J. T. Crooks 

E.K. Mclnlnch 

T.T.Thomas 

B. F. Bon ham 

B. F.Harding 

J. H. Lasater •_ 

J.H. 8tevens 

T.J. Dryer 

A. D. 8helby 

B.F. Burch 

J K.Wait 

J.M.Cosad 

W.Bowlby 

Victor Trevitt , 

A.8huck 



Benton 

Benton.. 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook 

Colombia and 

Washington 

Coos and Curry — 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 
Linn. 



Joint. 



Joint. 
Joint. 



Linn 

Marlon 

Marion 

Marlon 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 

Umpqua 

Washington 

Wasco 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT — 1860. 
Pint regular Mate legislature, begun September 10, I860, and ended October 19, 1860. 

SENATE— OFFICERS. 

Luther Elfins President 

J. C. Peebles Chief clerk 

W. D. Daniels . Assistant clerk 

J. 8. Rinearson Enrolling clerk 



Richard A. Barker., 
James Brown 



. Sergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



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8 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
U 
12 
18 
14 
15 

16 



Sfry. 



James K. K< 
Solomon Fitshugh - 
A. M. Berry. 
D. S. Holt-. 



A. B. Florence.. 



James Monroe. 
Lather Elkins. 

H. L. Brown 

J. W. Grim 

E. F.Colbr 

J. A. WiUIi 



William Taylor.. 



William Tichenor 

Thomas R. Cornelius.. 



James R. MoBrlde.. 



W*#n 
•teclarf. 



Benton 

Clackamas and Wasco.. 

Douglas 

Jackson 

Josephine 



Lane. 
Linn . 
Linn . 



Marion . 



Marion .. 

Multnomah . 
Polk. 



Umpqaa, Coos, and Curry • 

Washington, Columbia, Clatsop, and : 

Tillamook. :_-—-- 

Yamhill I 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1860. 



First regular session of the state legislature, began September 10, 1880, and ended October 

19, 1860. 



HOU8K— OFFICERS. 



Benjamin Harding.... 

T. McF. Patton 

H. W. Allan 

J. B. TlCHENOR 

W. K. Leveripge 

J. Henry Brown 



Speaker 

.Chief cleric 



-.Assistant cleric 
.Enrolling cleric 



.8ergeant*t-«i 



-Doorke 



County. 



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8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
82 
88 
34 



i Reuben C. Hill— 

i M.H.Walker 

i A. Holbrook 

I W. A. Starkweather 

H.W.Eddy 

j U. J. Trenchard 

' S E. Morton 

I R.A.Cowles 

I James F. Gazley 

i (r.W.Keeler 

; J. B. White 

J. N.T.Miller 

George T. Vining — 
I Joseph Bayley. 
, John Duval 



R. B Cochran 

I J. Q. A. Worth 

i BATtlettCurl 

AsaMcCnlly 

James P. Tate 

Samuel Parker 

I Robert Newell 

l C. P. Crandall 

I B.F.Harding 

I Benjamin Stark 

A.CGibbs 

: Ira F.M.Butler 

1 C. C.Cram ! 

> J. W. P. Huntington! 

Robert Mays 1 

Wilson Bowlby 

E. W. Conyers I 

Medorum Crawford! 
8. M.GIlmore 



Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

ulatsop and Tilla- 
mook 

Coos and Curry 

Douglas 



Joint. 
Joint. 



Douglas __ 
Jackson — 
Jackson — 
Jackson — , 

Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

l,ane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn . 



Linn -«.. 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 



Marlon 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 1 

Polk i 

Umpqua | 

Wasco i 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill. 
Yamhill.. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1862. 
Second regular session of state legislature, September 8, 1862, to October 17, 1862. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



Wilson Bolby. 
Samubl A. Clarke.. 

W. B. Daniels 

Wiley Chapman 



—President 
.Chief clerk 



Richard a. Barker 

D. M. Fields 



Assistant clerk 

...Enrolling clerk 
. Sergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 



County. 



A. G. Hovey 

James K. Kelly 

i Joseph D. Drew 

I Solomon Fitzhugh 

Jacob Wagner 

I D. 8. Holton 

James Mnnroe 

: Campbell £. Chrisman.. 

Bartlett Cnrl 

D. W. Ballard 

J. W. Grim 

1 William Greenwood 

J. H. Mitchell.. 



,.! Benton 

. Clackamas and Wasco.. 
. ' Coos, Curry and Umpqna — 

.! Douglas 

.j Jackson 

.» Josephine 

. i Lane — 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn . 






William Taylor . 
Wilson Bolby — 



16 John R. McBride . 



Multnomah 

Polk 

Washington, Columbia, Clatsop and , 

Tillamook 

Yamhill 



When 
fleeted. 



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REPORT OF THR SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT -1862. 

Second regular session of state legislature, September 8, to October 17, 1882. 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Joel Palmib 

8. T. Church 

Henry Cummins . 
Paul Cr and all.. 
H. B. Parker 



.8peaker 



Chief clerk 

..Assistant clerk 
.Enrolling clerk 



Joseph Myers. 



-Sergeant-at-arme 
Doorkeeper 



County. 



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9 
10 

11 

12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 



88 
84 



A.M. With am 

C. P. Blair 

P.A.Uollard 

. M.Ramsby 

J.T.Kearn 

i P. W. Gillette 

1 Archibald Steven- 

! son 

! R. Mallory - 

: James Watson 

L. Applegate 

I. D. Haines 

8.D.Van Dyke 

J.D.Fay 

i V.8.M.MoClure 

A. A. Hemenway — 

M. Wilkins 

i H.M.Brown 

John Smith , 

William McCoy 

| A.A.MoCully 

I 1. R. Moores ... 
i Joseph Eugle. 

C. A. Reed 

1 John Mlnio 

1 A.J.Dufur 

I P. Wasserman 

; B. Simpson 

Ct. W.Richardson— 

W.H.Wilson 

I O. Humason 

1 R. Wilcox 

I E. W. Conyers 

I Joel Palmer 

John Ctimmlngs 



— Benton. 



..I 



Benton 

Clackamas — 
Clackamas ... 

Clackamas 1 

Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook Joint. 



Joint. 



-I 



Coos and Curry 

Douglas 

. Douglas 

j Jackson 

I Jackson | 

I Jackson 

, Josephine 

Lane 

I Lane 

i Lane . 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn i. 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion . 

Marlon 

Multnomah • 

Multnomah i 

Polk I 

Polk 

JUmpqua 

Wasco 

Washington 

Washington and 
Columbia I Joint. 

Yamhill I 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1864. 
Thtrd regular session of the state legislature, September 12, 1864, to October 22, 1864. 



SEN ATE — OFFICER8. 

J. H. Mitchell __. 

E. P. Henderson 

A. L. Buckingham 

C. P. Church 

R. A. Bark.br 



Peter H Hatch 



President 

» hief clerk 

. — AvirtJitit cU-rk 
.. Ki uliiiiK clerk 
..SorK«'"iii-Hi-Hrin8 
I mum keeper 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 



James M. Pyle 

A. Q. Hovey 

H. W. Eddy. 



County. 



Wkm 
*l*cud. 



Baker and UmatllJa 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Douglas, Coos and Curry 

Douglas. 



G. 8. Hinsdale 

James Watson 

Jacob Wagner ■ Jackson 

C. M. Caldwell -I Josephine 

BartlettCurl Linn 

D. W. Ballard I Linn 

8. B. Cranston Lane 

C. E. Chrlsman l Lane 

John W. Grim Marion 

, William Greenwood I Marion 

J. H. Mitchell I Multnomah 

John A. Frazer Polk 

L. Donnell I Wa*eo — 

Thomas R. Cornelius Washington, Columbia, (Jlamjj. 

I Tillamook 

Joel Palmer i Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT -1864. 

Third regular session of the state legislature, September 12, 1864, to October 22, 1864. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 

I. R. Moobes Speaker 

J. L. Collins . Chief clerk 

John L. Boone Assistant clerk 

A. W. Dennis, J. H. Gale Enrolling clerks 

C. L. Fisher Sergeant-at-arms 

E. Thatchbr Doorkeeper 



County. 



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2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
88 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 



Samuel Colt Baker , 

Daniel Chaplin Baker 

J.Quln Thornton — Benton I 

James Qlngles Benton 1 

H. W.Sblpley ' Clackamas 1 

Owen Wade I Clackamas 

E.8.8. Fisher Clackamas 

P. W. Gillette Clatsop, Columbia 

and Tillamook ' Joint. 

Isaiah Hacker ; Coos and Curry 

E W. Otey .., Douglas ' 

A. Ireland — ; Douglas 

P.C. Parker Douglas 

James D.Fay Jackson 

T.F. Beall Jackson 

William F.Songer . Jackson 

Isaac Cox , Josephine i 

G.Calllson lAne 

J. B. Underwood ._ ' Lane 

J. M. McCoruack .. i Lane 

Robert Glaw* Linn , 

J. N. Perkius ' Linn 

J. P.Tate 1 Linn 

H. A. McCartney Linn : 

I.R. Moores • Marion 

J.C.Cartwright . — Marlon 

J. J. Murphy — :... Marlon 

H. L. Turner Marlon 

P. Wasserman Multnomah , 

L. H. Wakefield .... Multnomah : 

John Powell Multnomah 

C. Lafollet Polk 

James S.Holman... Polk . 

L. P.Lane t Umatilla 

A.J.Borland i Umatilla I 

W.Bowlby i Washington 

D.O Quick- Washington - 

G. W. Lawson Yamhill . 

H. Warren Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1865. 

Special session of the state legislature, December 5,1866, to December 19, 1865. 

SENATE — OFFICERS. 

J. H. Mitchell President 

J. C. Pebbles Chief clerk 

T. H. Reynolds . Assistant clerk 

J. H. Brown Engrossing clerk 

W. H. Davis Enrolling clerk 

R. A. Bakeb Sergeant-at-arms 

Peter H. Hatch Doorkeeper 



County. 



Wh*n 
elected. 



1 ; James M. Pyle Baker ! 1864 

2 ; A. G. Hovey ' Bentou 1862 

8 , H. W. Eddy Clackamaa 1864 

4 : G. 8. Hinsdale Douglas, Coos and Curry 1864 

5 ! James Watson Douglas 1864 

6 Jacob Wagner , Jackson , 1862. 

7 c. M.Caldwell .'Josephine 1864 

8 Bartlett Curl Linn I 1862 

9 ,D.W. Ballard Linn 1864 

10 iS. B.Cranston 'Lane 1864 

11 C. E. Chrisman Lane 1862 

12 John W. Grim Marion 1862 

13 William Greenwood Marlon .*. 1862 

Multnomah 1862 

Polk 1864 

Wasco 1864 

17 ' Thomas R. Cornelius Washington, Columbia, Clatsop and . 

Tillamook 1864 

18 Jik-1 Pnlmor Yamhill 1864 



14 J. H. Mitchell 

15 John A. Frazer. 

16 L. Donnell 



Note. — Seu ator» II. W. Eddy, of Clackamas, and D. W. Ballard, of Linn county, were not 
in attendance during the besslon, their name* Hppeariug among the absentees at each roll call 
recorded in the Journal. 

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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1865. 
Special session of the state legislature, December 6, 1865, to December 19, 1865. 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



I. R. MOORE8 

J. C. COLLIN8 

William M. Turner 

8. T. Church 

F. N. Wadswobth 

C. L. Fishkr 

E. Thatcher 



Speaker 

Chief clerk 

Assistant clerk 

Enrolling clerk 

Engrossing clerk 

Sergeant-at-arms 



Doorkeeper 



No. 


Name. 


County. 


Rtmark*. 


1 


Samuel Colt 


Baker 




2 


Daniel Chaplin 


Baker 




S 


J. Q. Thornton 


Benton 




4 


James Gingles 

Isaiah Hacker 


Benton 




5 


Co«B and Curry 


Joint. 


6 


P. W. Gillette 


Clatsop, Columbia 








and Tillamook — 


Joint. 


7 


E.T.T. Fisher 


Clackamas 




8 


H W. Shipley 


Clackamas 




9 


Arthur Warren 


riackamas 




10 


E. W. Otney 


Douglas 




11 


P. C. Parker 


Douglas 




12 


a. Ireland 


Douglas 




18 


James D. Fay 


Jackson 




14 


T.F. Beall 


Jackson 




15 


William F.Songer.. 


Jackson 




16 


IsaacCox 


Josephine 




17 


G. Callison 


Lane 




18 


J . B. Underwood .. 


Lane 




10 


A. McCornack 


Lane 




20 


Robert Gla^s 


Linn > 




21 


J.W. Perkins 


Linn 




22 


J P. Tate 


Linn 




78 


H. A. McCartney 


Linn 




?4 


1. R. Hoores 


Marion .. 




25 


J, C. Cartw right 


Marion 




26 


J.J. Murphy 


Marion 




27 


II. L.Turner 


Marion 




28 


P. Wasserman 


Multnomah 




29 


L. H. Wakefield... 


Multnomah 




30 


John Powell 


Multnomah 




81 


James 8. Holman... 


Polk 




32 


Isaac Smith 


Polk 




33 


L.F. Lane 


Umatilla 




84 


H.A. Hogue 


Wasco 




85 


W.Bowlby — 


Washington 




86 


D.O. Quick 


Washington 

Yamhill 




87 


George W. Lawson— 




38 


J. W. Pierce 


Yamhill.— 





Note — In explaining to the legislative assembly the object for which the/ bad been called 
together in extraordinary session, Governor Gibbs said: "The principal object for which I 
have called you together is to recommend that you adopt the amendment to the constitution 
of the United States, proposed by the last session of congress for the purpose of abolishing 
slavery wherever it exists in the united States." The amendment referred to is the thirteenth 
amendment to the constitution of the United States, and was duly ratified by both branches of 
the legislative assembly of Oregon during this session. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT — 1866. 

Ponrtb regular session of the state legislature, September 10th, to October 20, 1866. 



8KNATE — 0PFICKR8. 



T. R. CORNELIUS- 



J. C. PeEELES 

A. L. Buckingham ... 
C. P. Church 



— President 
.Chief clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



A. F. Wheeler. 



P. C. Parker 

Wiley Chapman .. 



Enrolling clerk 

Engrossing clerk 

.Sergean t-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



County. 



1 I James M.Pyle... 

2 ' S.Ison 

8 J. R. Bay ley 

4 . H.W.Eddy 

5 W.C.Johnson 

6 I G. 8. Hinsdale 

7 . James Watson 

8 L O. Sterns 

9 I J. N.T.Miller 

10 CM. Caldwell 

11 R.H.Crawford 

12 I William Cyrus 

18 I D.W.Ballard 

14 i S.B. Cranston 

15 | H.C.Huston 

16 Samuel Brown 

17 J. O. Cartwrlght 

18 | J. N. Dolph 

19 David Powell 

20 John A. Frazer 

21 W. D. Jeffries 

22 I L. Donnell 

23 Thomas R. Cornelius. 

24 N.Ford 

2d ' Joel Palmer 

_l 



Baker 

Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas . 
Clackamas . 



When 
elected. 



Douglas, Coos, and Curry . 

Douglas 

Grant 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Linn 

Linn . 



Lane 

Lane 

Marion 

Marion . 



Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk- 



Wasco 

Washington, Columbia, Clatsop, and 

Tillamook 

Umatilla — 

Yamhill 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1866. 

Fourth regular session of the state legislature, September 10 to October 20, 1866. 



HOUSE— OFFICERS 



F. A. Chenowrth 

T. McF. Patton 

John L. Boon 

James Garden 

•Irving Freehart — 

C. E. Monteith 

J. 8. Baltimore 

Willard White 



Speaker 

Chief clerk 

- Assistant clerk 



8ergeant-at-arms 

Enrolling clerk 

Engrossing clerk 

Doorkeeper 

Page 



Cvttnty. 



1 


A.C.Loring 


Baker 




2 


W.C. Hind man 


Baker and Union 


Joint. 


8 


F. A. Cbenoweth 


Benton 




4 


James Gingles 


Benton 




5 


J. D. Locoy 


Clackamas 




6 


J.D.Garrett 


Clackamas 




7 


W. A. Starkweather 


Clackamas 




8 


Cyrus Olney 


Clatsop, Columbia, 
and Tillamook... 








Joint 


9 


F.G.Lockhart 


Coos and Curry 


Joint. 


10 


B. Herman 


Douglas 




1L 


James role 


Douk1s# 




12 


M M.Melvin 


Douglas 




13 


Thoma» H. BTentz.. 


Grant ^._ 




14 


M. M. McKean 


Grant 




IS 


E.D.Fnudray 


Jackpon 




16 


Giles Wells 


Jackson.. ... 




17 


John K. Ross 


Jackson 




18 


Isaac Cox 


Josephine.. 




19 


John W hi leaker 


Lane 




20 


J. E. P. Withers 


Lane 




21 


R.B.Cochran 


Lsne 




22 


E.B. Moore 


Linn 




28 


G.R.Helm 


Linn 




24 


J. Q. A. Worth 


Linn 




'2b 


S. R. South 


Linn 




26 


W.C. Baird 


Linn 




27 


J.I.O.Nieklin 


Marion 




2i< 


W. E. ParriN 


Marion 




29 


C. B. Roland 


Marion 




80 


B A.Wiizel 


Marion 




81 


L.S.Davis — 


Marion 




32 


W.W.Upton 


Multnomah 




8K 


A. Rosenheim 


Multnomah 




84 


J.P.Garliok 


Multnomah 




aft 


John 8. White 


Multnomah 




?6 


J.Btouffer 


Polk. 1 


87 


J. J. Dempsey 

William Hall 


Polk I 


88 


Polk 




3i» 


James Hendertbott 


Union 




40 


T. W. Avery 


Umatilla 




41 


H.A.Gehr 


Umatilla 




42 


O. Huma>on 


Wasco 




43 


F.T. Dodge 


Wasco 




44 


G. C. Day 


Washington 




45 


A. Hinman 


W ashington 




46 


R. B. Laughlin 


Yamhill 




47 


J.Lamson 


Yamhill 





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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1868. 
Tlfth regular session of the state legislature, September 14 to October 28, 1868. 

SENATE— OFFICERS. 





B. P. Bttrch .. 


. Praririnnt 




8. C. i8imwon. . _..___ _ chief clerk 




J. M. Thompson.—. ...,,..... .... , u — . r Assistant clerk 




J. T. Ford .._—.- ... Enrolling clerk 




Charles Lauer .... ..... .„ , ... . ..Kngrosflng cler k 




P. B. Hannah., ..,.™r, rt -^-^,,.- r ........ ....... ... J .. J u _ Scrgeant-at-arms 




J. K. Dblashmut. _ Doorkeeper 

MEMBERS. 


No. 


Nam*. | County. 7 h T\ 

9 elected. 

I 


1 
2 
8 

4 


J.' R. Bay ley" ~~III~ I~ I ~~1 1~II 

D. P. Thompson.. 

B. Hermann 

0. M. Pershbaber . 


Baker 1866 

Benton 1*66 

Clackamas " 1868 

Douglas, Coos and Ourry . 1868 


ft 


Douglas, Coos and Curry 1868 

Grant 1866 

Jackson 1866 

Josephine 1868 

Lane 1868 

Lane 1866 

Linn — 1866 


6* 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 


John A. Drlebblesby 

J. N. T. Miller- 

B. P. Holtzclaw 

R. B. Cochran 

H. C. Huston 

William Cyrus 

R. H. Crawford 

8amuel Brown 

8am uel Miller* 

Pavid Powell , _ 


12 


i-in" . 1866 


18 
14 
15 


Marion 1866 

Multnomah III"~~~IIIIIII"IIII"III~~ ■ 1866 


16 
17 

18 


Lansing 8tout 

B. F. Burch. 

James Hendershott 


Multnomah i 1868 

Polk 1868 

arnatllla ,, ; 18S6 


19 


Union . ' 1868 


20 
21 


Victor Trevltt 

T. R Cornelius - 


Wasco . 1868 

Washington. Columbia, Clatsop and ' 

Tillamook .. ... 1868 

Y*«nhHl— .. ^- - ... * - i 1868 


22 


8. 0. Adam*..— , 









* Elected to fill vacancy. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1868. 

Fifth regular session of the state legislature, September 14, 1868, to October 28, 1888. 



HOU8X — OFFICERS. 



John Whitbakkr.. 
W. L. White 



.Speaker 



W. W. Moeeland 

M. H. Abbott 

E. E. Funk 

A. M. Snydkb 

O. H. (SMITH — 



Clerk 

— assistant clerk 
— Enrolling clerk 
-Engrossing clerk 



-Sergeant-at-anns 



.Doorkeeper 



County. 



40 
41 
42 
48 



R. Beers 

D.R.Benson 

J. C. Alexander... 

J.W.Garrett 

D.P.Trulllnger - 
Richard Pendergasi 
W.D.Hoxter 



8 
9 

10 | 

11 I 

12 | 
IS I 

U i 

15 ! 

16 ! 

17 I 

18 I 

19 i 

20 1 
21 
22 I 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
88 
34 
85 
86 
87 



John G.Flook 

James F. Gazley — 

James Applegale 

R.W.NeaL 

Thomas E.Gray. 

J. B. White 

Thomas Smith 

J. L. Louden 

Isaac Cox 

Job n Whit eaker 

H.H.Gilfrey 

E.N.Tandy 

John T. Crooks 

John Bryant 

B.B. Johnson 

W. F. Alexander 

T.J.Stites _ 

John F.Denny 

J.B.Lichtentbaler. 

T. W. Davenport 

John Minio 

David Rimpbon 

W.W. Chapman 

T.A.Davis 

James Powell 

R. J. Grant 

F. Waymire 

Ira S. Townsend 

A. L. Kirk 

H. Rhinehart 

D.W.Butler 

George J. Ryan 

John A. Taylor 

Edward Jackson 

W.W.Brown ; 

G.W.Burnett I 



-I 



Baker 

Baker and Union —I Joint. 

Benton ■ 

Clackamas > 

Clackamas \ 

Coos and Curry . 

Columbia. Clatsop 

and Tillamook Joint. 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Douglas I 

Grant 

Grant 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn — 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

M arion 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Umatilla 

Union i 

Wasco ' 

Wasco I 

Washington | 

Washington ; 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1870. 
8txth regular session of top state legislature, September 12, 1870, to October 26. 1870. 

SENATE — OFFICERS. 



Jamb* D. Fay 

SyijVestee C. Simpson. 
Orlando M. Packard . 
John Holton 



President 

.Chief clerk 



Jambs M. Moore. 



Assistant clerk 

..Sergeant-at-arms 



.Doorkeeper 



Cfeunfy, 



1 

2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



A.H.Brown 

R.S. Strahn 

D. P. Thompson 

L. P. Mosher 

C.M.Pershbaker.. 
J.W.Baldwin. 

James D. Pay 

B.F.Holtsolaw.. 
A>. W. Patterson . 
ft. B. Cochran — 
Enoch Hoult.. 

R. H.Crawford 

Samuel Brown 

John H. Moores 

David Powell 

L. 8tout 

B.F.Burch 

T. T. Lteuallen 

J. Hendershott 

Victor Trevitt 

T. R. Cornelius 

W.T. Newby 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas . 



Douglas. 

Douglas, Coos and Curry 

Grant 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion. 
Marion. 



Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wasco. 



... J Yamhil 



Washington, Columbia and Tillamook. 
Li. 



1870 
1870 
1868 
1870 
1868 
1870 
1870 
1868 
1870 
1868 
1870 
1870 
1870 
1870 
1870 
1868 
1868 
1870 
1868 
1868 
1868 
1868 



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Note.— Hon. Binger Herman, elected to the senate from Douglas county in 1868, was un- 
seated after having served four days, on the ground that he had accepted the office of deputy 
collector of internal revenue, a lucrative office within the meaning of the constitution, and 
had thereby rendered himself Ineligible to sit as a state senator. Hon. L. P. Mosher, who con- 
tested Mr. Herman's seat and who had been elected at the June election In 1870 on the suppo- 
sition that Mr. Herman by his acceptance of the federal office had vacated his ieat in the 
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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1870. 
Sixth regular session of the state legislature, September 12, 1870, to October 26, 1870. 

HODSK — OFFICE Rfl, 

Ben. Haydbn — Speaker 

E. 8. McComab Chief clerk 

Johh OosTKLLO — _ Assistant clerk 

W. L. White Engrossing clerk 

John T. Crooks __* Enrolling clerk 

Albert M. Snyder ___8ergeant-at-anns 

Thomas Smith Doorkeeper 

Frank McCoknell Page 



1 ' J. R. McLaln 

2 I H. Porter— 

8 W. J. Kelly 



Baker and Union — 

Baker 

i 'en ton 



Joint. 



4 ' W. J. Dunn_ , Benton , 

5 J. T. Appenon Clackamas ' 

6 W. A. Starkweather ! Clackamas 1 

7 P. Paqnet | Clackamas 

8 F. G. Lockhart | Coos and Carry 1 Joint. 

9 0. Olney. Clatsop 1 

10 a M. Caldwell — .| Douglas ; 

11 J. C. Hutchinson.., Douglas • 

12 J. C. Drain • Douglas ' 

13 J. M. McCoy I Grant j 

M W. H. Clark Grant 

15 J. Ruder— I Jackson 1 

16 A. J. Burnett ., Jackson 

17 J. Wells Jackson 1 

18 A. L. Waldron . Josephtne 

19 John Whiteaker ... i Lane I 

20 <». B. Dorris _ i Lane 

21 r. F. Amis... .... Lane I 

22 VV. F. Alexander..! Linn , 

23 Thomati M linkers _. Ltnn ' 

24 W. 8. Elkins I Linn i 

26 J. Ostrander '. Llnu 

2H George R. Helm.... 1 Linn i 

27 W. R. Dunbar i Marlon 

28 J. M. Harrison Marlon I 

29 T. W. Davenport...! Marion 

30 George P. Holman.j Marlon . 

81 R. P. Earhart ! Marion 

82 D. O' Regan I Multnomah ! 

88 J. W. Whalley ! Multnomah j 

34 L. P. W. Quimby.J Multnomah 

85 , J. C. Carson i Multnomah 1 

86 W. Comegys I Polk 

87 1 R. J. Grant , Polk 

88 B. Harden..- I Polk 



F. A. Da8hiel 

40 J. Thompson 

41 J. T. Hunter 

42 ' O. 8. Savage 

48 J. Fulton— I 

44 W. A. Mills 

45 W. D. Hare - „___ 

46 ' L. Loughlin _. YamhilT. 

47 A. Hus*ey-_ — I Yamhill 



Umatilla. 

Umatilla ' 

Union | 

Wasco : 

Wasco 

Washington ! 

Washington I 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1872. 

Seventh regular session of the state legislature, September 9, 1872, to October 28, 1872. 

SKKATS — OFFICERS. 

Hon. James D. Fat — — — — President 

3ylyb8T1B C. Simmon Chief clerk 

Orlando M. Packard Assistant clerk 

K. D. Foudray Sergeant-alarms 

T. B. Allkn Doorkeeper 

W. L. Whiti Enrolling clerk 

W. A. Holbrook Engrossing clerk 

H. K. Hanna Judiciary clerk 

Martin Calloway Page 



l *«* ! ZSS 



1 Albert H. Brown i Baker ! 1870 

2 R.«. Strahan 1 Benton — i 1870 

3 : John My ere i Clackamas 1872 

4 J. F. Watson Douglas, Coos, and Curry 1872 

5 G.Webster ! Douglas, Coos, and Curry 1872 

6 | J. W. Baldwin j Grant.- 1870 

7 ' James D. Fay ' Jackson 1870 

8 • E. N.Tolen - i Josephine i 1872 

9 ' W. W. Bristow ' Lane I 1872 

10 i A. W. Patterson I Lane ' 1870 

11 R. H. Crawford , Linn „ : | 1870 

Enoch Hoolt Linn , 1870 

Samuel Brown. 
J.H. Moores 



12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 T. t. Lieuallen. 

19 ', Samue' Hannah. 



David Powell. 
J. N. Dolph.... 
R. 8. Crystal . 



Marion — I 1870 

Marion— 1870 

Multnomah ' 1870 

Multnomah I 1872 

Polk 1«72 

Umatilla ' 1*70 

Union 1872 

20 William Munroe Wasco 1872 

21 ' Thomas R. Cornelius I Washington, Columbia, Clatsop, and 

I Tillamook _. ! 18?2 

22 J.W. Cowles ! Yamhill 1872 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1872. 

Seventh regular session of (he state legislature, September 9, 1872, to October 28, 1872. 



HOUSE— OFFICIOS. 



Hon. Bufus Mallory. 
Samuel Clarke 



.Speaker 



.Chief clerk 



Samuel L. Simpson 

K. C. H ADA way 

Andrew Wagner 



— Assistant clerk 
-Sergeant at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



l 

2 
8 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
38 
34 
85 
36 
87 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



J.B.Onstien 

Dunham Wright ... 

James Gingles 

Benjamin Simpson. 

L.T.Barin 

J. D.Crawford 

N. N. Matlock 

John West 

M.Riley 

Thomas Hodgkins . 
Samuel Cor win 

G.W. Riddle 

James T. Cooper 

D. Bushey 

C. N. Thornbury 

3. R. Johnson 

Ell C. Mason 

E. Walker 

Nathaniel Langell . 

A.L.Waldon 

N. Martin 

C.W.Washburn 

A. 8. Powers 

James Blakely 

R.B.Willoughby — 

N.H.Cranor 

J.T.Crook8 

H.Shelton 



County. 



Rufus Mellory 

John Downing 

T.McF.Patton 

Joteph Engle 

William Darst 

J.B.Congle 

J.F.Caples 

Sol Hirsch 

J. D. Biles 

J.H.White 

J.C.Allen 



Baker. 

Baker and Union _.i Joint 

Benton 

Benton. 

Clackamas 

Clackamas | 

Clackamas i 

Clatsop 

Coos and Curry I 

Columbia — _.| 

Clatsop, Columbia ; 

and Tillamook Joint. 

Douglas 

Douglas I 

Douglas | 

Grsnt J 

Grant 

Jackson I 

Jackson | 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Lane — 

Lane I 

I Lane | 

, Linn . 

I Linn 

| Linn 
Linn 
Linn ... 






R.Clow. 

1 George A. LaDow .. 

I James Curran 

<>. D.Andre ws 

T.J.Stephenson 

R.Grant 

Thomas A. Stott— . 
George H. Collier— 

A.R.Burbank 

T. R. Harrison 



Marion I 

Marion i 

Marion 

Msrion I 

Marlon 

Multnomah 1 

Multnomah I 

Multnomah ! 

Mu lino man I 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk I 

Umatilla 1 

Umatilla 

Union 

Watco 

Wasco | 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill— ~. 

Yamhill | 



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STATE GOVERNMENT — 1874. 

Eighth regular session of the state legislature, September 14, 1874, to October 24, 1874. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



R, B. Cochran 

Stlvestor C. Simpson.. 



Charles C. Botce . 

R. M. GURNEY 

J. C. Head 



Thomas R. Sheridan — 
Charles F. Beat-tie... 

W. A. Holrrook 

Frank McConnell 



President 

.Chief cleric 



Assistant clerk 

.. Sergean t-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 

— Enrolling clerk 



.Engrossing clerk 

Judiciary clerk 

Page 



County. 



I 

2 

S 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 , 
20 

21 | 

on 



John W. Wisdom. 

J.B.Lee 

A.M.Witham 

J.W.Offleld 

John Myers 

S.H.8mith 

W. F. Owens 

J.F.Watson 

O. Webster.. 



William H.Clark. 
John S. Herrin - 



E.N. Tolin 

W.W. Bristow — 
R. B. Cochran . 
S. D.Haley. 



Thomas R. Hunters _.. 
T. P.Goodman. 



James A. Richardson . 

M. L. Savage 

Joseph Engle 

Solomon Hirsch. 



J. S. M. Van Cleave . 
J.N.Dolph. 



28 

24 I R.S. Crystal 

26 ~* -- - - 

26 I 

27 



Charles L. Jewell- 
Samuel Hanna 

Eliaha Barnes.. 



T. R. Cornelius 

William Townsend . 
J.CBraly 



Baker 

Benton 

Benton and Polk 

Clackamas __ 

Clackamas 

Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook . 

Douglas 

Doogla&, Coos and Curry 

Douglas, Coos and Curry 

Jackson... 



Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn. 



Marlon 

Marlon 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wasco 

Washington 

YambilF 

Yamhill - 



When 
elected. 



1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1872 
1874 
1872 
1874 
1874 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1874. 

Eighth regular session of the state legislature, September 14, 1874, to October 24, 1874. 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 

J. C. Dbain Speaker 

W. L. White Chief clerk 

A. E. BORTHWICK 



L. P. STEARNS.. 



M. H. ABBOTT 

C. Hadaway 

A. F. Wagner 

John Dougherty 

Claude Gatch 



.Assistant clerk 



.Engros&ing clerk 



..Enrolling clerk 
-Sergeant~at-arms 

Doorkeeper 

Pegs 

pais 



l 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

11 

12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
SO 
81 
82 
33 
84 
35 
86 
37 
88 
39 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 
45 
46 
17 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



i C.G. Chandler 

J. c. Wilson 

I James Bruce 

; W.J.Kelly 

. James Chambers... 

P.S.Noyer 

I J. M. Reed 

i S. P. Lee 

, Henry HcGugln 

| W.R.Deane 

J.S.Rlnearson 

1 John P. Dully 

H.Blake 

O.W. Riddle 

John C. Drain 

Tnos. Ledger wood-. 

D.W.Stearns 

Bart. Curl 

William J. Plymale 

G.B.Van Riper 

Tnomas Wright 

. William Fidler 

John McClung 

R. B. Hayes 

A.J.Doak 

J.D.Matlock 

Joseph Lame 

Jonathan Wassom.. 

Harvey Shelton. 

Frank 8hedd 

G.F.Crawford 

A.W.Stanard 

C. A. Reed 

, David Simpson.. 

Warren Cranston 

William Dam 

F. X. Matthleu 

A.N. Gilbert 

William Cornell 

, R.S.Jewett 

. Jacob Johnson 

R.8tott 

I John M.Gearin 

, P. Kelly 

, T.L. Butler 

David Stump 

W. C. Brown 

, Durham Wright — 

W.W.Ross 

1 T.Roe 

I U.Jackson 

i J. M. Partlow 

I E.B.Dufur 

1 Robert Mays 

i Lee Laugblin 

| E. C. Bradshaw 

I William Galloway 



Baker 

Baker 

Benton 

Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook 

Columbia 

Coos. 



Coos and Curry... 

j Douglas 

I Douglas. 



., Douglas 

Douglas 

' Grant 

I Jackson 

I Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine 

i Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Liun 

Linn — . 



1 






Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marlon 

Marion . 



M ulinomah .. 

Muliuomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Union 

Union 

Umatilla .. 
Umatilla . 

Umatilla 

Wasco 

Wasco 

Yamhill. 






I Yamhill 

1 Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1876. 

Ninth regular aeation of the state legislature, September 11, 1876, to October 20, 1876. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



John Whiteakeb— 
Sylvester C. Simpson.. 
J. W. Base* 



GeoboeP. Wren.. 

John Hansen 

C. P. Beattie 

W. T. Cooke 

W. J. Kelly 

Lonner Ralston. 



President 

.Chief clerk 



— Assistant clerk 
_ Sergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 



. Engrossing clerk 
.Enrolling clerk 
.Judiciary clerk 
Page 



County. 



Whtn 
elected. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 , 

9 i 
10 

11 I 
12 

13 I 
14 
15 

16 ■ 
17 
IB 
19 

20 I 

21 i 



j J. W. Wisdom.- 

I J. B. Lee 

j J. W. Offleld 

John Myers 

J. 8. Palmer 

A. G. Brown ... 



James Appelgate I 

G. W. Colvig I 

W. H. Clark ' 

John 8. Herrin ' 

D. L. Green 

R. B. Cochran 

John Whiteaker 

T. R. Munkers 

T. P. Goodman 

S. D. Haley 

M. L. Savage 

J. A. Richardson 

Joseph Kugle 

J. 8. M. Van Cleave 

T. A. Davis.. 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



M. C. George.. 

L. Bentley 

C. L. Jewell.. 
M. Jasper . 



8. G. Thompson ... 

A. 8. Watt 

J. C. Braley 

B. C. Brad8haw._ 



Baker 1874 

Benton | 1874 

Clackamas 1874 

Clackamas • 1876 

Benton and Polk 1876 

Coos and Curry ' 1876 

Douglas i 1876 

Douglas 1876 

Grant ■ lb74 

Jackson 1874 

Josephine ' 1876 

Lane ' 1874 

Lane 1876 

Linn • 1874 

Linn 1874 

Linn 1876 

Marion 1874 

Marion 1874 

Marion 1874 

Multnomah . 1874 

Multnomah i 1876 

Multnomah 1876 

Polk 1876 

Umatilla 1874 

Union 1876 

Wasco and Lake 1876 

Washington 1876 

Yamhill 1874 

Yamhill i 1876 



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STATE GOVERNMENT -1876. 

Ninth regular session of the state legislature, September 11, 1876, to October 20, VS&. 



J. K. Weathbrford. 

Coi.. W. L. White 

Thomas Nkaly 

J. R. Wiley 

J. F. Savory 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Speaker 

.Chief clerk 



Assistant clerk 

-8ergeaQt«t-armi 
Doorkeeper 



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10 

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1 A. J. Lawrence — 

I I. D. Haines 

i J.T. Hughes 

, R. A. Benaell 

James Chambers.. 

1 J.M. Read 

• H. Straight. Jr._ — 

. J. W. Cochran 

Henry Will 

R. W. Wilson 

T. A. McBride 

i R. H. Rosa 

h. I. Gould 

W. F. Benjamin — 
1 K.A.Klrkpatrick.. 
I W. P. T. Grabble— 



M. M. Melvin — 



__ F.Winnegar 

19 I Joseph Crain 

20 | J.M. McCali 

i W.W.Fidler 

. R. B Hayes 

1 A.D. Burton 

Rodney Scott 

\ lien Bond 

A. W. Stanard 

T. I,. Porter 

J. K. Weatherford.. 
J.T. Crooks 

, John Sumner 

B R. Grimes 

D. W.Chee 1 eman— . 
Stephen Smith 

, F.R. Smith 

, A.N.Gilbert. 

• 1). Pay ton 

! H. K. Hundsaker... 

• William Porter 

I R. H. Love 

| B. Z. Holmes 

i William Cornell — 
■ Gideon Tibbetts — 

• J. M. Scott 

i D Goodsell 

l J.B.Roberts 

, Stephen Staats 

T. J. Hayter 

I J.B. stamp 

1 J. L. Morrow 

I W. S.Goodman 

i M W. Mitchell 

1 R. 0. Buckman 

, J. H. Mosier 

1 D.W. Butler..: 

! E. E. Fanning 

I D. M.C.Gault 

' C.T. Tozier 

I W. D. Fenton... 



Baker 

Baker 

Benton 

Benton 1 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook 

Columbia 

Coos 

Coos and Curry 

Douglas 

Douglas.. 



Douglas 

Douglas 

Grant 

Jackson 

Jackson . 



Josephine 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

i Lane .. 

! Llnu 




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I J. L. Ferguson 

J.J. Henderson 



Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 

Union 

Union I 

Wasco 

Wasco 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1878. 
Tenth regular session of the state legislature, September 9, 1878, to October 18, 1878. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



John Whitbakbr 

Sylvester C. Simpson . 

J. W. Barer 

Martin Angel 

George P. Wren 



— President 
..Chief clerk 



— Assistant clerk 
.. Sergeant-at-arms 
Doorkeeper 




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| I.D.Hainea 

• John Burnett 

J. 8. Palmer 

■ J.T Apperson 

1 John Myers 

. C. W. Fulton 

> A.O.Brown 

James Applegate 

I G.W.Colvig 

Thomas Davidson 

| J.E.Ross 

D L. Green . 



, John Whiteaker... 

R.B. Cochran 

J.H.Smith 

I W.R.Bllyeu 



S. D. Haley — 

W. P. Lord 

William Waldo 

J. W. Grim 

Sol. Hlrsch 

, r. A. Davis 

I M. C. George 

L. Benlley 

S. M. Pennington 

1 M. Jasper 

S. G. Thompson 

, A. a. Watt 

E.C. Bradshaw 

C. H. Burch 



Baker 

Benton 

Benton and Polk 

Clackamas 

CI aokamas 

Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook. 
Coos and Curry 

Douglas ZS—ZH1 ~~.Z 

Grant.. 



Jackson 

Josephine .„„. 

Lane 

Lane . 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marlon 

Marlon 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Umatilla 

Union ... 



Wasco and Lake 

Washington 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1878. 

Tenth regular session of Ihe state legislature, September 9, 1878, to October 18, 1878. 

HOUSE— OFFICERS, 

J. M. Thompson Speaker 

W. L. White Chief clerk 

L. F. Williams Assistant clerk 

P. F. Castleman Sergeant-at-arms 

W. H. H. Myees Doorkeeper 



County. 



1 ■ W.R. Curtis | Baker 1 

2 I C.G. Chandler Baker 1 

8 I J.T.Hughes Be d ton ■ 

4 I H. Green Benton 1 

5 . Talbot Carter | Benton 1 

6 ' Henry Will ■ Clackamas 

7 I Edward Forbes ' Clackamas 

8 ! W. A. Starkweather ; Clackamas 

9 ; Richard Bradley Clackamas 

10 I J. H. Schroeder Coos 

11 I M. Riley Coos and Curry 

12 Nelson Cole Columbia 

13 ' James Chenoweth . Douglas 

14 A. F. Campbell Douglas 

15 'John Stewart ! Douglas 

18 Henry Beckley Douglas 

17 R. D. Johnson I Grant.. 

18 | G. B. Caldwell i Josephine 

19 ' Matthew Fountain.! Jackson 

20 | William Kahler ... Jackson 

21 George Gilbert Lane 

22 ' John M. Thompson l«ane i 

28 B. F. Dorrii Lane I 

24 H.F. Stratum i Lane I 

26 Charles W. Broback Lake ' 

26 Jason Wheeler Linn I 

27 J. P. Schooling i Linn . 

2H C.H.Hewitt Linn ' 

29 Joseph Hamilton... Linn 

50 F.C.Hausard Linn ' 

31 Jarob Newman Linn 

82 F.X.Maltbleu ... Marion | 

88 C. a. Reed .. Marlon 

34 A. Schelberg | Marion | 

36 R.C.Ramsby , Marlon ■ 

38 F. R. Smith _. Marion ._ I 

37 L. S. Scott Marion 

88 L.B. Steams Multnomah.- : 

39 l.Freiland _. Multnomah ; 

40 James Bennett Multnomah 

41 Penumbra Kelly ... Multnomah \ 

42 C.V.WintzeDgerorie Multnomah . 

43 Joseph A clou Multnomah... I 

44 D.P. Thompson ' Multnomah 

45 Ira 3. Tow use ud — , Polk I 

46 R.J.Grant ' Polk , 

47 J.D.Lee Polk 

48 John S.White Umatilla 

49 L. Everts , Umatilla 

60 Dunham Wright... Union j 

51 J.H Rinehart Union 

52 Ira E. Purdin Washington 

68 R.H. Tyson Washington i 

64 Wilrlam Reeves ' Washington I 

55 N.H.Gates t Wasco ■ 

66 A. B. Wendell . Wasco 

57 J.C.Bewley Tillamook... ' 

58 William Galloway..; Yamhill i 

59 D.O.Durham Yamhill | 

60 | M. B. Hendricks .... i Yamhill ., 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1880. 
Eleventh regular session of the state legislature. September 18, 1880, to October 28, 1880. 



SENATE —OFFICERS. 



80L. HlBSCH — 

J. C. Pebbles.. 



President 

.Chief clerk 



Glenn O. Holhan... 

George Tatom 

Joseph Acton 



-Assistant chief clerk 

Sergeant-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 



1 I 

2 

8 

ji 

7 . 

8 I 
9 

10 : 

11 ; 

12 1 
18 

14 

15 | 

16 

17 | 

18 

19 

20 , 

21 

22 

28 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

80 



I. D. Haines 

E. Woodward 

J. T. A p person 

W. A. Starkweather 

O. W. Fulton 

J. M. Slglin 

D. W. Stearns 

George W. Oolvig 

Thomas K Davidson ._ 

J. E. Ross 

John B. Sifers 

R. B. Cochran 

T.G. Hendricks 

J. H. 8mith 

W.R.Bilyeu. 



Wke* 
eUcUd. 



N. B. Humphrey ' 

N.B. Knight I 

William Waldo I 

J. W.Grim 

Sol. Hirsch.... 1 

Joseph Simon ' 

A. W. Waters , 

Robert Clow 

J.D.Lee ' 

S. M. Pennington .. \ 

Dunham Wright - 

N.H.Gates , 

R. H. Tyson 

C.H.Burch 



W.J. MeConnell ! 



Baker | 

... Benton 

-I Clackamas 

. Clackamas 1 

J Clatsop, Columbia, and Tillamook ■ 

. ! Coon and Curry 1 

. Douglas ' 

J Gran t .—I I"IIZ~~IZ~7 '. ~ III I 

.1 Jackson 1 

J Josephine 

,., Lane 

,.t Lane „... 

J Linn 

Linn 

Linn I 

Marion "™III~IZIIIZI""~II 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah I 

Multnomah 

Polk and Benton . 

Polk _ J 

Umatilla 

Union i 

Wasco and Lake 

Washington i 

Yamhill. ! 

Yamhill 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT — 1880. 



Eleventh regular session of the atate legislature, September 18, 1880, to October 28, 1880. 

HOUSE — OPTICUS, 

Z. P. Moody 

C. B. MOORES 



Speaker 

.Chief dark 



J. W. 8TBANOB 

E. C. Hadaway . 
T. A. Bacon 



Aaafatant clerk 

.Sergeanfrafrermi 
— --■.Doorkeeper 



9 
10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
10 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
31 
82 
88 
84 
86 
86 
87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
£0 
51 
52 
68 
54 
55 
66 
57 
68 
69 
60 



A.J. Lawrence 

L. B. Rinehart 

Geo, A. Waggoner. 
F.M.Wadsworth-. 

Allen Parker 

A. C. Wilbur 

H.Will 

R. J. Sharp. 



G. W. Proa»er 

Frank J. Taylor — 

Thomas Hodgklns 
William Morraa — 

Raleigh Scott 

B. B. Brookway 

T. Barnard 

L. D. Mortgomery _. 

F. M. Spencer 

J. J. Worcester 

Thomas Smith 

A. C. Stanley 

G.B.Caldwell 

O.A.Stearns 

J. M. Thompson — 

A.J.Zumwalt 

J.C.Wallace 

J.W.Harpole 

G. A. Chamberlain 

J. P. Schooling 

William A. Paul — 
Harvey 8helton — 

8. a. Dawson 

Jacob Newman 

Henry Smith 

John Mlnto 

Wm. M. Collard 

T T.Geer 

D.W.Craig 

Tilmon Ford 

Chris. P. Yates 

Frank Payne 

0. P. 8. Plummer 

J. D. Biles- 

Penumbra Kelly ... 

F. A. Meyer 

W.S. Beebe 

William Savage 

F.A.Patterson 

M.L. Pipes 

John Q. Wilson 

P.J.Kelly 

J.J.Blevans 

Terry Tattle 

Z. F.Moody 

J H. Bird 

W. N. Barrett 

1. L. Smith 

L. Patterson 

Lee Laugh 11 n 

William Galloway. 
D.O. Durham 



Baker 

Baker 

Benton 

Benton 

Benton. 



Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas . 



Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook.. 



Columbia 

Coos. 



Coos and Curry 

Douglas 



Douglas. 
Douglas . 
Douglas . 



Grai't. 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine . 

Lake 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn . 



Linn 

Linn 

Linn 



Linn 

Linn 

Marlon 

Marlon 

Marion 



Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

M ultnomah 

Polk 



Polk 

Polk 

Umatilla... 
Umatilla.. 
Union . 
Union . 



Wasco 

Wasco 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVEBNMBNT— 1882. 
Twelfth regular session of the state legislature, September 11, 1882, to October 19, 1882. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



W.J.MOCONNELL-. 

AUSTIN Ml&EB 

W.W.OlBBB 



Wiley Chapman. 
C.E.DuBois 



President 

Chief clerk 

— Assistant clerk 
. 8ergeant-at*rms 
Doorkeeper 



1 

2 

8 

4 

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25 

26 

27 



ao 



I. D.Haines. 



Thomas E.Cauthorn— . 
Robert Clow. 



W. A. Starkweather. 

John Myers 

F.C.Reed. 



J.M.Biglin 

D.W.Stearns 

George W.Colvig— . 
Henry Hall. 



P. P. Prim 

! John B.Sifers 

I Thomas G. Hendricks.. 

I George B. Dorris 

W. K. Bllyeu 

I Enoch Hoult . 

N.B.Humphrey 

William Waldo 

T. W. Davenport— 
Jacob Voorhees .. 
Sol. Hirsch- 



Joseph Simon 

A. w. Waters 

J.D.Lee 

•*. M. Pennington.. 

Dunham Wright 

N.H.Gates. 



I K. H.Tyson 

| W.J.McConnell. 
KJessup 



Baker . 
Benton 



Benton and Polk.. 
Clackamas . 



Clackamas 

Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook.. 
Coos and Curry. 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Grant 

Jackson 

Josephine... 
Lane . 
Lane. 
Linn. 



When 
alectod. 



Linn 

Linn . 



Marion. 
Marion . 
Marion . 



Multnomah . 



Multnomah... 

Multnomah 

Polk- 



Umatilla 

Union . 



Wasco and Lake 

Washington 

Yamhill- 

Yamhill 



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REPORT OF THB SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1882. 



Twelfth regular sewion of the state legislature, September 11, 1882, to October 28, 1882, 

HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Gsoboe W. McBride. 

J. W. Strange 

S. G. Irwin 

E. C. Hadaway 

8. B. Califf 



Speaker 

-Chief clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



-Sergeant at-arma 
Doorkeeper 



J- 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

11 
12 
18 
14 
15 



17 
18 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
88 
84 
85 
96 
87 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
62 
58 
54 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 



| L. B. Inon 

W. K. Curtis 

Allen Parker 

W. P. Keady 

Tolbert Carter 

I P. 8. Noyer 

R. J. Sharp 

K. A. Moses 

A. C. Wilbur 

Jasper Smith 

Geo. W. McBride — j 
William Morras — 
Frank A. Stewart-. 

W. A. Perkins 

H. P. Webb 



Baker 

Baker 

Benton 

Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook 

Columbia 

Coos 



16 I John A. Hnnt 



Coos and Curry 

Douglas 
Douglas 



H. J. Brown 
Lyman Perkius ... 



, Douglas 

1 Douglas 

1 Grant. 



19 I A. C. Stanley I Jackson 

~ * ""-- 'Jackson 

Josephine - 



Samuel Furry. 
Henry Thornton — I 

S. P. Moss 

R. M. Veatoh 

John Long 

8. B. Eakin.Jr l 

R. B. Hayes i 

G. P. Crawford 

P. M. Kiser I 

J. A. Robnett I 

Henry Cyrus 

J. J. Whitney 

J. N. Rice I 

A. N.Gilbert- j 

J. G. Bleakney I 

Tilmon Ford | 

M. L. Jones i 

W. T. Rigdon 

J. H. Baughmaii I 

O. P. S. Plummer— ; 

J. C. Carson 

P. A. Marqusm 

A. H. Tanner 

P. Kelly 

W. H. Harris 

D. M. C. Gault 

Warren Truitt ! 

F. A. Patterson I 

John Hawley i 

J. B. 8perry ' 

Benjamin 8tanton..l 

C. M. Jameson i 

J. W. B. Hlndman. 

B. F. Nichols I 

James Bruce | 

D. M. Dunbar 

John Sappington 

H. L. Marston I 

Y. N. Faulooner | 

J. C. Nelson J 



Lake 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane — . 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn .... 

Linn 

Linn _ ... 
Marion. 



Marion . 

Marion 

Marion 



Marion 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Muliuumah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk. 



Polk 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 

Union 

Union 

Wasco 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1886. 

Thirteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 12, 1886, to February 21, 1886. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



William Waldo... 

J. W. Strange 

Frank a. cook 

Joseph S. Purdoh. 
A. M. Brown 



— President 
.Chief clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



Eddie Crawford.. 
Laurant Smith . 



- Sergeant-at-arms 

Doors eeper 

Page 

Page 



CfetMiy. 



When 
elected. 



3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

12 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

10 

20 

21 

22 

22 

24 

26 

26 

27 

28 

29 

80 



I. D. Haines 

Taos. E. Cauthorn .. 

John Myers 

CO. T.Williams.. 

i F.C.Reed 

1 J.M.8iglin 

John Emmitt 

J.H.Shune 

Henry Hall... 

P. P. Prim 

H.B. Miller 

E. P. Coleman. 

Geo. B. Dorris 

Enoch Hoult — 
W.R. Bllyeu.. 



J Baker 

J Clackamas 

,.| Clackamas 

.. Clatsop, Columbia, and Tillamook 

„ Coos and Curry— : 

.., Douglas 

J Douglas 

. ' Grant 

-I Jackson 

J Josephine 

Lane —_ . .- 

Lane . 



Jas. K. Weatherford . 

William Waldo 

T. W. Davenport 

Jacob Voorhees 

8oL Hirsch 

Joseph 8imon 

J. C. Carson 

Jos.D. Lee 

JohnC. Allen.. 



8. M. Pennington. 

L.B. Rinehart 

C.M.Cartwright- 

W.D.Hare 

Henry Warren 

C. H. Burch 



Linn 

Linn . 



Linn 

Marion 

Marlon 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

j Multnomah. 






Polk and Benton 

Polk 

Umatilla 

Union... 



I 



Wasco, Crook, Klamath, and Lake ■ 

Washington 1 

Yamhill ' 

Yamhill I 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1885. 

Thirteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 12,1885, to February 21,1885. 



HOUSE— OFFICJBB8. 



W. P. Keajdy 

L. S. HOWLKT 

J. T. Grbog 

John C. Booth— _ 
Philip Saunders, 
c. e. uzafovagk- 



-Speaker 



Anson W. Thompson. 



Chief clerk 

.Asalatant chief clerk 

8ergeant-et-enns 

Doorkeeper 

Fife 

FtfS 



No. 1 Name. 

| 


County. 


*_* 


1 1 George Chandler — 


Baker 




2 


R.A.Lockett 


Baker 




8 


W.P.Keady — 


Benton 




4 


John A. Henkle 


Benton 




5 


M. J. Conner 


Benton 




6 


P.C.Geer 


Clackamas 




7 


H. Will 


Clackamas 




8 J.K.Walt 


Clackamas 




9 1 Alex. Thompson — 


Clackamas 




10 C. Lelnenweber 


Clatsop and Tilla- 
mook 




1 




11 - John H. Roberto 


Coos 




12 ' Walter Sutton 


Coos and Curry 




18 | R. D.Cole 


Columbia 




14 G.W. Riddle 


Douglas 




15 1 Henry Rogers 

16 . Charfes B. Wilcox.. 


TV>ug1a* „ ..^ .,..-.,.. 




Douglas 




17 William Manning.. 


Douglas 




18 


Grant 




19 
20 


T.F.Beall 


Taclmon _. .... r _, . 




Theodore Cameron _ 


Jackson . . 




21 , Arthur A. Porter — 


Josephine 




22 | W. F.Abshler 


Klamath and Lake. 




28 I R. B.Hayes 


Lane - 




24 1 L. Bilyeu. 

26 i R. M. Veatoh 


Lane 




Lane __ 




26 1 A. D. Burton 


Lane ,_.... , . 




27 1 Henry Cyrus 


Linn 




28 


L. H. Montanye 


Linn 




29 


Harvey Shelton 

J. H. Peery 


Linn 




80 


Linn 




81 


T.J. Black 


Linn 




82 


F. A. Watts 


Linn 




88 


A.N.Gilbert 


Marion 




84 


W.A.Cusick 


Marlon 




85 


M. Flinn 


Marlou 




86 


Lewis Bleakney 


Marlon 




37 


Alex. Downing 


Marlon 




88 


Charles Miller 

Joh n Ken worthy 


Marion . 




89 


Multnomah 




40 


J. Bourne, Jr 


Multnomah 




41 


George L. 8tory Multnomah 




42 


William Barne* 


Multnomah 




48 


H. S. Davenport 


Multnomah 




44 


J. E. Mayo 

L. Therkelson 


Multnomah 




45 


Multnomah 




46 


8. D. Gibson 


Polk 




47 


W.H.KuykendalL. 


Polk 




48 


Joseph Craven 

J. L. Morrow 


Polk 




49 


Umatilla 




50 


L.B.Cox 


Umatilla 




51 


F.T.Dick 


Union 




52 


E. E Taylor 

A. R. Lyle 


Union 




58 


Wasco and Crook _. 





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No. 


Name. 


Oountf. 


_* 


64 
56 

66 
67 
68 
69 


W. McD. Lewis 

W. A. Proner 

W.B. Jolly 

J. L. Smith 

J. R. Sanders 

J. C. Nelson 

B. H. Woodward 


Waseo and Crook .. 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

YamhUI. 

Yamhill, 




60 


Yamhill 





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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATS. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1887. 



Fourteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 10, 1887, to February 18, 1887. 

8KNATB — OFFICERS. 



JOHWC. CARSON... 
E. G. HUBSH 



— President 
-Chief clerk 



a W. Watts 

T. C. 8TRPHBN8 

J. H. MCCORMICK 

Fred. W. Pipbr 

G. B. MlLLOY 



.Assistant clerk 




> George Chandler.., 

> T.E,Cauthorn 



1 
2 
8 
4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

16 J.K.Weatherford. 

17 , M. L. Chamberlin . 

18 IJ.B.Looney. 



19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 



29 
80 



L.T.Barln . 
I C. O. T.Williams 

J. H. D.Gray 

I J.M.81glin 

i John Em mitt 

I John H. Shupe 

, J.H.Hamilton 

i A. C. Stanley 

H. B. Miller ... 
! E. P. Coleman. 
. R. M.Veatch. 

1 R. A. Irvine 

, 8. A. Dawson 



| J.B.Dimlck 

. George A.8teel.. 

> Joseph Simon.. 

I J. C. Carson. 

1 J.C.Allen.... 

I Joseph D. Lee 

J. P. Wager 

L.B.Rinehart 

C. M.Cartwrlght. 



Baker. 
Benton - 



Clackamas . 



Clackamas 

Clatsop, Tillamook and Columbia... 
Coos and Curry 




W. D. Hare.. 

R. P. Bird* 

J. W. Watts... 



Umatilla and Morrow... 

Union . 

Wasco, Crook, Klamath, Lake and I 
Gilliam i 

Washing 



ington... 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 



1886 

im 

1886 
1884 
1886 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1884 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1886 
1884 

1884 
1884 
1886 
1886 



♦ Elected ai special election in 1885. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1887. 

Fourteenth regular session of the stale legislature, January 10, 1887, to February 18. 1887. 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



J. T. Gregg 

A. C. Jennings — 

J. P. COLR 

I. M. ADAIR 



Henry Rogers 

Thomas Young 

Lorin La ig HEAD- 

Frrd Baker 

Mac Smith — 



Speaker 

..Chief clerk 



.Assistant clerk 



— Reading clerk 
- Sergeant* at-arms 

Doorkeeper 

.Page 
-Page 
.Page 



Jfo.l 



County. 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
« 
7 
8 
9 
10 



11 
12 
IS 
14 

15 I 

16 , 
17 

18 

£ ' 
21 ( 



28 ' 
24 I 
25 

24 I 
26 

27 | 

28 ' 

80 I 

81 ' 
32 ' 



36 
86 * 

37 I 

88 

89 

40 

41 

42 

48 

44 

46 

46 

47 

48 

49 



R.A.Lockett 

J.H.Holland 

J.M.Osborn 

D.H.VanderpooL. 

M.M.Davis 

M.PGard 

J.Kruse 

L. Mayer 

P. S. Noyer 

J.W.Maxwell 



M.Pomeroy 

J. S. Roberts 

A.H.Crook 

W.H.Wilcox 

W.F. Benjamin ._. 
James £. Blundell. 

H. McKenzie 

P. P. Palmer 

J.B.Johnpon 

J.T.Bowditch 

K.A.Miller 

«. U.Mitchell 

L.Bilyeu 

C.K.Hale 

J. M.StaiTord 

S. G. Thompson 

Robert McLean ... 

A.Blevins 

B.R.Henry 

F.C.Hansard 

I.D.Miller 

W.W.Richardson. 

J. W. Swank 

W.B. Culver 

»: F. Hicks 

A. M. Lafollett 

S. Layman 

D.J.Pendleton 

J.T.Gregc 

H.C Gay 

D. Good sell 

W.H. Harris 

9. R. Harrington... 
William Munger .. 
D. Mackay. 



I Baker 

I Baker 

Benton 

! Benton 

. Benton 

| Clackamas 

Clackamas 

j Clackamas 

I Clackamas 

I Clackamas, Tilla- 
1 mook and Co 

lumbla 

Columbia 

Coos 

Coos and Curry I 

... Crook, Gilliam and ' 

Wssco I 

I Donglas 

,. Douglas i 

i Douglas : 

. Douglas 

I Grant , 

. Jackson 

! Jack Mm I 

. I Josephine 

J Lane I 

Lane , 

Lane ' 

Lane i 

Klamath and Lake. I 

Linn I 

Linn _.. 
Linn ... 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion 

Marion 



O. Summers 

John Wilson 

J.J.Daly 

A.M.Holmes 






Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1887— Concluded. 



A'©. 


Ham*. 


(Jaunty. 


Rtmarkt. 


60 


P.W.Haley 

F.M.Crockett 

F.D.McCuUy 

E.E. Taylor 

W.H. Biggs 

D. Gabsor 

T. Paulson.... _. 


P^lk. , 




61 
52 
68 


Umatilla 

Union 

Union -- __. 




54 


Wasco, Crook and 




55 
6ft 


Washington 

Washington 

Washington 




57 


D.Bmlth 




58 


Charles Lafollett 

R.R. Langhlin 

F.N. Utile 




50 
60 


Yamhill 

Yftinhm 











Note.— The name of Mr. Langhlin is given as "R R. Langhlin " and also as "K R. 
Laughlin " in the house Journal. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1889. 



Fifteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 14, 1889, to February 22,1889. 

SENATE — 0FFZCBB8. 



Josbph Simon.. 



John H. Shupe.. 
S. O. Hubsh 

C. W. WlTTS 

M. POMEROY 

ABE McCULLY.. 



— President 
.Chief clerk 



.First assistant clerk 



.Second assistant clerk 

8ergesnt-at-arm8 

Doorkeeper 



1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

80 



George Chandler.. 

T. E. Cauthorn 

L.T.Barin. 



J. H.D.Gray 

Walter Sinclair.. 
C. A. Cogswell.. 
J.C. Fuuerton.. 



J.H.Hamilton 

A. a Stanley 

R. M. Veatch 

8. B. Eakin. 



R. A. Irvine 

8. A. Dawson 

M.C.Chamberlin- 



J.B. Looney... 
J.B. Dimlck... 

George A. Steel 

J. C. Carson 

Donald Mackay.. 
Joseph Simon . 
J.KVWait. 



E.T. Hatch. 
J. P. Wager. 
J. H. Raley. 
J.W. Norval— 
Thomas H. Tongue.. 
F.A.Moore- 



George Watklns.. 
Charles' HU ton— . 



J. W. Watts.. 



o™*' ] Z2S*. 

Baker I 1886 

Benton ' 1886 

Clackamas , 1886 

Clatsop, Tillamook, and Columbia j 1886 

Coos. Curry, and Josephine , 1888 

Crook, Klamath, and Lake ! 1888 

Douglas , 1888 

Grant I 1886 

Jackson , 1886 

Lane I 1886 

Lane , 1888 

Linn I 1886 

Linn , 1886 

Marlon 1886 

Marion ; 1886 

Marion ' 1886 

Multnomah , 1886 

Multnomah ! 1888 

Multnomah 1888 

Multnomah 1888 

Multnomah 1888 

Polk 1888 

Umatilla and Morrow 1886 

Umatilla and Union ' 1888 

Union and Wallowa 

Washington 1888 

Washington, Columbia, and Tillamook- 1888 

Wasco 1888 

Wasco and Gilliam 1888 

Yamhill 1888 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATIC 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1880. 

^Fifteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 14, 1889, to February 22, 1889.. 



HOU8E — OFFFICEH8. 



•E. L. Smith 

J. T. Gregg __ 
•O. P. MlLLXR.. 



Speaker 

-Chief clerk 



•G. 0. Holman ... 

R. G. CALLIBON— 

S. J. Finch 

C. O. BOYNTON— 
G. M. 8MTTH 

N. J. Haas 

Carl Gray 

Mac Smith 



„_ AisifitantCchief clerk 
-Second assistant clerk 
Beading clerk 



Lloyd Scott-. 



.Sergeantatarms 
.Doorkeeper 
.Assistant doorkeeper 
.Mailing page 

Psge 

Psge 

Psge 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
88 
84 
35 
86 
87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 
45 
46 



1 N.C.Haskell 

, C. B. Croeno 

E.H.Belknap 

J. T. Apperson 

■ Peter Faquet 

1 K.V.8bort 

John Hahn 

i H. B. Parker. 



Judson Weed 

John H. Roberts 

A. H. crook 

J. N. Williamson __ 

J.K.Blundell 

1 h.E. Labrle 

C. E. Ricker 

J. A. Thomas 

G. W. Gilham 

. J T. Bowdltch 

R. A. Miller 

W.K.Price 

C.J. Howard 

S.W.Condon 

1 A C. Jennings 

i J. M. Stafford 

, R.C. Miller 

J. B. R. Morelock 

J. Myers 

S. P. Moss 

William Armstrong 

T.T.Geer 

1 Samuel Layman 

i J.B.Waldo 

i John Q. Wilson 

H. P. Napton 

I T.E.Fell 

, R. P. Earhsrt 

J.J. Fisher 

W.B.Gilbert 

i S. R. Harrington 

W.T.Hume 

I William M.Ladd... 

I H.H.Northup 

, J. A. St row bridge i 

1 D.P.Thompson I 

G. G.Fisher I 

F. 3. Powell 1 



County. 



J 



Baker 

Benton | 

Benton 

Clackamas 1 

Clackamas , 

Clackamas , 

Clatsop' I 

Clatsop i 

Columbia : 

Coos ' 

Coos and Curry 

Crook - 

Douglas I 

Douglas , 

Douglas j 

Gilliam I 

Grant l 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine — 
Lane . 



Lane , 

Lane 

Linn | 

Linn | 

Linn 

Lake and Klamath . , 

M arlon 

Marlon ' 

Marlon ' 

Marion 

Marion 

Malheur 

Morrow 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1889— Concluded. 

MBVBER8. 



County. 



47 

48 
49 
60 
51 
62 
6S 
64 
66 
56 
67 
58 
69 
60 



J.W. Maxwell. 
H.J. Bean. 



Tillamook and 
Yamhill 



£. B. Gambee 

T.J. Kirk 

Charles Goodnongh 

J.LuBoe 

James A. Honter — 

E.O. McCoy 

E. L.Smith 

J.C. Moore. 

Thomas Paulsen 
J.V.Pope 



Umatilla. 
Umatilla ... 
Umatilla ... 
Union 



Union 

Wallowa . 
Wasco. 
Wasco . 



I W.R. Derby 

! ft. R. Laughlin 



Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill 



Yamhill. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1891. 

Sixteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 12, 1891, to February 20, 189L 



Joseph Simon. 

O. P. MlLLBB-- 



C. B. WAT80N-. 

J. B. eddy 



F. C. MlDDLBTON.. 

M. POMBBOY 

J. H. MCCORMICK- 

J. N. Ryan 



Lynn Y. Kbady. 
Cabl Nickun 



SBNATB — OFFICBB8. 



.President 



.Chief clerk 



-Assistant chief dark 
Reading clerk 



.Calendar clerk 



-Sergeant- at-armi 



— Doorkeeper 
.Mailing clerk 



-Page 



.Page 



MBHBBBS. 



A'o. 


Nam*. 


Oountg. 


| mm. 

eUcui. 


1 


P. M. Pod^on - _. .,. , 


Baker and Malheur 

Ronton, __.,,,.,. . ..., 


1890 


2 


C. B. Oo*po -— - 


1899 


3 


K. I*. Rantham ... . ...... 


Clackamas 


1890 


4 


H. F,.f-ro«is . .,. L 


Clackamas and Marlon 

Clatsop 

Coos. Curry and Josephine- — 


1890 


6 


0. W. Fulton 


1890 


6 


w. Sinclair ..... ,.. 


1888 


7 
8 


C. A. Cogswell 

J.fi. Fuuerton 


Crook, Klamath and take — —- 

Poughw ...... ^. ., . . 


1888 
1888 


9 


H Blackman.. 


Grant, Harney and Morrow 

JfM^kW) .... . 


1890 


10 


Theodore Cameron — .. 


1890 


11 


il.itf.Vwh ., 


Lane 

Lane,,.. . „ .„ 


1890 


12 


9RR«Hn 


1888 


18 


J. K. Weatherford 

Jeff Myers.. . 


1 Ann ,.„ 


1890 


14 


Linn- — . 

Marion . _„ . ...„.^. 


1890 


16 


j, B. JVooppy .,., ._ 


1890 


Iff 


Rriwftrd Hfirooh .,.., Jmm ^ 


Marion 

Multnomah. . ..__. ._. . 


1880 


17 


p.^-wnm . 


1890 


18 


J.C.Carsou -. ^ , . ,, 


Multnomah ^, ,..,„„,„„„ 


1888 


19 


Donald Mackay 

Joseph Simon.. ... ....... . 


Multnomah ,.. ,.. 


1888 


20 


Multnomah .......... ,.. . . .... ,, . 


1889 


21 


J.K.Walt 


Multnomah, ... «... 


1888 


22 


E.T. Hatch.. .. ^ 


Polk - 

Umstilla. 

Umatilla and Union 

Union and Wallowa.. «, ,, . , 


1888 


28 


W, F. M AtlOC* ...-., 


1890 


24 
2ft 


J.H.Raley 

J, W.Noryal 


1888 
1888 


2ff 


Oflorge Watklns _. .. 


WMCn ,„ „, ._ ^ . 


1889 


27 


ThomAJi h. Tongue -..--, — , 


Washington ................. ........ 


1888 


28 


F.A.Moore J...... , 


Washington, Columbia and Tillamook— 
Waflco and Gilliam ... , . , 


188* 


29 


ChAfifM Helton , 


1888 


80 


P.P.Gates. 


Yamhill 


1890 











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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1891. 
Sixteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 12, 1801, to February 20, 1891. 



HOTJSK — OFFICERS. 



T. T. GRRR_ 

R. R. Hays.. 



Frank Da vet 

W.H.Hampton_ 

J.C.C.Lswis 

O. O. Holm an.. 

T. O. HUTCHINSON. 
J. M. 8TOTT 

A. M. Draosr 



8peaker 

Chief clerk 

Assistant clerk 

— Assistant clerk 

— Assistant clerk 

.Reading clerk 

Calendar clerk 

Sergeant-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 



R. M Smith 

C.A.Pague — 

Carl Gray 

Cbrbtkb Fox . 



Out McPherson. 



.Assistant doorkeeper 

Mali clerk 

Page 

Page 

Page 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
32 
83 
84 
85 
86 
37 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 



Edwin Hardy 

C. E. Moor 

M.T.Starr 

E. M.Hartman 

Peter Paqnet 

James A. Tracy 

John Pox 

James W. Welch 

Judson Weed 

J.D.Garfleld 

T. J. Stephenson 

A. H. Crook 

J. E. Blundell 

W. H. Leeper 

A. W. Reed. - 



Baker 

Benton 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

i Clatsop 

i Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos. 



Crook 

Coos and Curry 

Douglas 



W.J.Mulkey 

C.S.Dustin 

Samuel Furry 

J.M.McCall 

J. W. Merritt 

H. B. Miller 

A. Snider 

E. r. Coleman 

A.C.Jennings 

Jasper Wilklns 

F. C. Hansard 

J. F. Henry 

CJ.Shedd 

Thomas ULtttig... 

Wm. Armstrong 

J. A. Baker 

T.T.Geer 

W. H. Holmes 

John Mln to 

J. C. Thompson 

O.F.Botkln 

John H.Hall 

John McCraken — 
C. H. Meussdorffer. 
J. B. Montgomery. 

P. F. Morey 

J.T.8tewart 

George L. Story 

W. E. Thomas 



Douglas 

Douglas . 
Gilliam. 
Grant. 



Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson __ 

Josephine . 

Klamath and Lake. 
; Lane.. 
> Lane*.. 
1 Lane.. 

Linn 



, Linn 

I Linn 

■ Malheur 

I Marion 

i Marion 

I Marion 

I Marion 

! Marion 

Morrow 



Multnomah 

Multnomah i 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

M ultnomah 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1801— Concluded. 



County. 



45 
46 
47 
48 
49 

50 
51 
52 
58 
54 
55 
56 
67 
58 
59 
60 



N.L.Butler 

G.W.Myer 

K.O. McCoy 

George W.Johnston 
W.D.8tillweU 

E.A.Gambee 

J.L.Klllian 

J. 8. Richer 

John McAlister 

J.A.Wright 

E. W. Barnes 

W.N. Barrett 

8. A. Durham 

J.C.Moore 

H. W. Lamson 

8. A. Manning 



Polk. 
Polk. 



Sherman and Wasco 
Sherman and Wasco 
Tillamook and 

Yamhill 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 

Union .. 
Union 



Wallowa 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill 

Yamhill 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1893. 

Seventeenth regular session of the state legislature, January 9, 1891, to February 17, 1891. 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



C. W. Fulton 

O. P. Miller 

D. W. Coolidgb 

J. B. Eddy — — — 

A.W. Sbvbrbkce 

J. M. STOTT 



— President 
-Chief clerk 



.Assistant chief clerk 

Reading clerk 

Calendar clerk 



J. H. McCormick 

W. II. Mattoon 

Charles Hoberg. 



Edwin P. Russell.. 



•.8ergeant*at-arms 

Doorkeeper 

Mailing clerk 

Page 

Page 



T 



i 

2 
S 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 , 
22 
23 

24 ' 

25 , 

27 

28 I 
29 
80 1 



O.M. Dodsou 

C. B. Croeno 

Harvey E. Cross 

G.E Hayes 

C.W.Fulton 

J.W. Maxwell 

W. 8. Vanderburg . 

C. A. Cogswell 

Henry Beckley 

W.W. 8teiwer 

H. Blackman. 



Theodore Cameron 

R. M.Veatch 

B. F. Alley 

Jeff Myers — 

J. K. Weatherford 

Ed ward Hlrsch 

J. B. Looney 

P. L. Willis 

F. A. Bancroft - — . 

O. N. Denny __., 

H.E. McGinn 

CH.WoodArd ... 

N.L. Butler 

J. A. Smith 

J. H. Ralev 

D.A. MoAlIstcr. 
W.F. Matlock... 

8. B. Huston 

P.P.Gates. 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas and Marion 

Clackamas -,-. . ... T „ .-,. 

Colnmoia, WashingtonranofTillamook. 
Coos, Curry, and Josephine- 






Crook, Klamath, and Lake 

Douglas 

Gilliam, Sherman, and Wasco 

Grant, Harney, and Morrow 

Jackson 

Lane 

Lane .__— . — — - 

Linn 

Linn 

Marlon 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

| Sherman and Waaco.. 

Umatilla and Union.. 
I Union and Wallowa .. 

j Umatilla 

1 Washington 

Yamhill. 



1890 
1890 
1890 
1892 
1890 
1892 
1892 
1892 
18v2 
1892 
1890 
189ft 
1890 
1892 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1890 
1892 
1890 



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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 



RTATE GOVERNMENT— 1898. 
Seventeenth regular session of the state legislature, January 9, 1898, to February 17, 1891 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Hon. W. P. Keady . 

I). C. Sherman 

\v. A. Turner 

G. 0. HOLMAN 



W. E. Baxter 

J. E. Blundell 

J. A. V1N80N 

Charles Calvert 

M. J. Morse 

Carl Gray 

Clare Burbank 

Clyde Brock ,.. 



Speaker 

Chief clerk 

-Assistant chief clerk 

Reading clerk 

Calendar clerk 



.Sergeant ai-armi 
.Doorkeeper 



.Assistant doorkeeper 
..Assistant doorkeeper 
Mail clerk 



-Page 
-Page 



Xo. 


Nam*. 


County. 


Mtmark*. 


1 


C.H.Duncau 


Baker . . 






2 


E. H. Belknap 


Benton 






8 


8. T. Jeffreys 


Benton 






4 


George J. Currin 


Clackamas 






6 


JoelP.Geer 


Clackamas 






« 


A. 8. Lawton 


Clackamas 






7 


J. E Campbell 

J. c. Trullinger 


Clattop 






H 


Clatsop 

Columbia 






9 


Norman Merrill — 






10 


S.S.McEwen 


Coos 






11 


J. H Upton 


Coos and Curry 


Joint 




v/ 


B.F Nichols 


Crook 






IH 


O. C. Brown 


Douglas 






14 


p hooper ... 


Pnuglas ....... 






15 


R. 3. Sheridan 


Douglas 






l(i 


L.J.Goodrich 


Gilliam 






17 


A.W.Gowan 


Grant and Harney. 


Joint. 




Ifi 


J. J. Houck .. 


Jackson 






1<» 


J.W.Merritt 


Jackson 






20 


Charles Nickell 


Jackson 






21 


F.G.Day 

Barnard Daly 


Josephine 






22 


Klamath and Lake. 


Joint 




23 


D.C Baughman 

Jasper Wllkins 


Lane 






24 


Lane 






25 


C. K. Wilkinson 


Lane 






26 


A.Blevlns 


Linn 






27 


w. p. Elmore 


Linn 






28 


M.A.Miller 


Linn 






29 


W.R.King 

Tihuan Ford 


Malheur 






80 


Marion 






81 


T.T.Geer 


M arion 






32 


8amuel Layman 


Marlon 






as 


John G.Wright 


Marion 






84 


8. B.Ormsby 


Marion 






85 


J. N. Brown 


Morrow 






36 


W. R. Bishop 


Multnomah 






37 


John Gill -~ 


Multnomah 






38 


H. F.Gallixson 


Multnomah 






39 


R. D.I n man 


Multnomah 






40 


W.P.Keady 


Multnomah 






41 


A. B. Manly 

George T. Myers 


Multnomah 






42 


Multnomah 






43 


H.II Northup 


Multnomah 






41 


O.K. Pax ton.. 


Multnomah 






4i 


G.W.Myer 


Polk 






4>i 


John O.Staats 


Polk._ 






47 


Thorn its R. Coon — 


Sherman and Wasco 


Joint 





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99 



CowUf. 



48 

49 



50 
61 



54 
55 
55 

57 
56 
50 

60 



E.N. Chandler.- 
H. W. Lamson 

Douglas Belts 

Jeremiah Stone. 

M. Toner 

L.H.Russell 

J. A. Wright 

Polk Mays.. 



Henry Buxton 

I B. P. Cornelian 

8. A. Durham 

I J.W.Hobbs 

H.S.Malonev 



Sherman and Wasco 
Tillamook and 

YamhiU 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 



Joint. 
Joint. 



Union _ 



Union 

Wallowa 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1805. 

Eighteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 14, 1896, to February 28, 1896. 



8RNATR — OFFICERS, 



Joseph Simon.. 



Waltrr Sinclair . 
A. W. Sevrrrncr— . 

J. M. Stott 

J. B. Huntington.. 

C. B. Cbosno 

J. D. Ibvinb 

8. H. ARNESON 

T. M. Dunn 

N. Kblloway 



President 

.Chief clerk 



.Assistant chief clerk 



-Calendar clerk 
—Reading clerk 



-Sergeant-at-arma 
Doorkeeper 



Mailing clerk 

Page 

—Page 



MEMBERS. 



1 

2 
8 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 



Will R.King 

Tolbert Carter 

George C. Brownell 

Alouzo Gesner 

John H.8mith 

J. W. Maxwell 

W. 8. Vanderburg 

C. A. Cogswell 

Henry Beckley 

W. W. 8teiwer 

A. W. Gowan 

8. H.Holt. 



County. 



Baker and Malheur . 



Benton and Lincoln 1 

Clackamas 

Clackamas and Marion , 

Clatsop ! 

Columbia, Washington and Tillamook. 

Coos. Curry and Josephine 

Crook, Klamath and Lake „ 

Douglas . 



J. H. McClnng . 



B.F. Alley 

8. A. Dawson 

A.J.Johnson 

W.H.Hobson 

I. L. Patterson . 



Gilliam, Sherman and Wasco. 

Grant, Harney and Morrow 

Jackson 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 



Joseph Simon 

F. A. Bancroft 

O. N. Denny 

H. E. McGinn 

C. H. Woodard 

N. L. Butler 

J. A.Smith 

J. H. Raley 

D. A. McAllster 

A.R.Price 



Linn 

Marion 

Marion... 

Multnomah ... 
Multnomah . 
Multnomah . 
Multnomah . 



8. B.Huston 

J.F.Calbraith 



Multnomah 

Polk 

Sherman and Wasco 

Umatilla and Union . 



Union and Wallowa 

Umatilla . 



Washington. 
Yamhill. 



IBM 
18M 
1894 
1894 
18M 
1802 
1892 
1892 
1882 
1882 
1894 
18M 
18M 
1899 
18M 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1892 
1892 
1891 
1892 
1898 
1898 
1892 
1892 
1894 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1896. 
'Eighteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 14, 1895, to February 28, 1895. 



■C. B. Moorks 

R. E. Moody 

A. V. R. 3NYDRB.-. 
■G. R. Huohxs 



:H. T. McCallan— 

M. L. WILMOT 

•C. L. Pabmkntrb - 

If. P. ISENBBRG 



J. A. Peck ham— . 

gubsib j. ru88ell _, 
Paul Vandrrsol.. 
John Portrr 



HOUSE — OFFICERS. 



Speaker 

Chief clerk 

-Assistant clerk 



.Reading clerk 



Calendar clerk 

.Sergeant-at-arms 



.Doorkeeper 



-Up-stairo doorkeeper 
MaUing clerk 



.Page 
-Page 
.Page 




1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
U 
12 
18 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 



80 
81 
82 
88 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 
46 
46 
47 



John Young ._. 

T.U.Cooper 

John D. Daly 

F.L Mintie 

G.O. Rinearson 

C.B.Smith 

C.J.Curtis 

C. K. Lester 

T J.Cleeton 

Thomas Buckman. 
Frank A.Stewart-. 

A. R. Lyle 

J. E. Blundell 

J. T. Bridges 

C.A Sehlbrede 

J. E. David 

Orln L. Patterson 

George W.Dunn 

J. A. Jeffrey 

R. M. Nealon 

R. G.Smith 

Virgil Conn 



Charles H. Baker... 

M.J.Hillegas 

8. L. Morehead 

J. H Scott 

T. Fleming Smith. 
W.A.Tenipleton-. 

I.W.Hope 

Henry L Berkley .. 

J. L. Calvert 

David Craig 

E. Hofer 

■ C.B.Moores 

I J. 8. Boothby 

, 8. C. Beach 

I W.E. Burke 

B. P. Card well 

Clarence Cole 

J. M. Long 

John McCracken— 
George T. Myers — 

O. F. Paxton 

E. H. Thompson 

D.L.Keyt 

Ira8.8mith 

T. R. Coon 



Baker ... 

Benton J 

Benton and Lincoln 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos 

Coos and Curry 

Crook 



Douglas 

Douglas 

Douglas 1 

Gilliam 

Grant and Harney J 

Jackson 

Jackson i 

Jackson 

Josephine | 

Klamath and Lake. 

Lane I 

Lane I 

Lane ( 

Linn I 

Linn 

Malheur ' 

Marion | 

Marion i 

Marlon \ 

Marion j 

Marlon 

j Morrow 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

. Multnomah 

I Multnomah 

Multnomah 

I Multnomah 

i Polk 

P..ik. 



I 8herman and Wascci 



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STATE GO vTEENMENT - 1896 — Concluded. 



County. 



48 
48 

60 
51 

62 

68 
64 
56 

56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



T.H.McGreer 

H.G. Guild 

E. J. Davis 

J.8.Gurdane 

George Shutrum - 

C.D.Huffman 

J.A.Wright 

J. A. Burleigh 

H.V. Gates 

Charles F.Tlgard. 
C. P. Yates- 



Sherman and Wasco 
Tillamook and 

Yamhill 

Umatilla 

Umatilla . 



Umatilla 

Union 

Union 

Wallowa . 



J.T.Gowdy 

Calvin Stanley. 



Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Yamhill. 

Yamhill 



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103 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1897. 



Nineteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 11, 1897. 
page.] 

bbnatk — officers. 
Joseph Simon 



[See note at foot of 



3. L. Moorehbad. 

S. K. Mason 

W. M. Rasmus 

C B. Cbosko 

J. E. Blundell 

F. W. POORMAK 

A. HOBKIBK 



..President 
.Chief clerk 
.Calendar clerk 
—Beading clerk 



.Sergeant-at-arms 

Doorkeeper 

Page 

Page 



County. 



1 
2 
S 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 



Will. R. King 

Tolbert Carter 

George C. Browne)] 

Alonzo Gesner 

John H. Smith 

G. W. Patterson 

C. E. Harmon 

B. Daly 

A. W. Reed 

E. B. Dufur 

A. W. Gowan 

8. H. Holt 

I. D. Driver 

J. H. McClung 

; a A. Dawson 

I A.J.Johnson. 



W.H.Hobson 

I. L. Patterson 

i George W. Bates 

J.E.Haseltine.. 



Donald McKay. 
Ben Selling 



Joseph Simon 

B. F. Mulkey 

John Michell 

A. R. Price 

T. C. Taylor 

Justus wade 

S. Hughes.. 



J.F.Calbreath. 



Baker and Malheur I 

Clackamas TiUIi L 1 

Clackamas and Marion 

Clat&op 1 

Columbia, Washington, and Tillamook. | 

Coos, Curry, and Josephine 

Crook, Klamath, and Lake I 

Douglas ' 

Gilliam, Harney, and Morrow 

Grant, Harney, and Morrow 

Jackson 

Lane — — 

Lane 

Linn 

Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah . 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk _- 

Sherman and Wa*co 

Umatilla 

Umatilla and Union 

Union and Wallowa 

Washington- ~ 

Yamhill. 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
189* 

1896 
1896 
1896 
1894 
1894 
1891'. 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1896 
189S 
1896 
1896 
1894 
1896 
1896 
1894 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1894 



Note.— The senate convened on January 11, 1897, and effected a permanent organization 
as above given. Owing to the failure of the house to effect a permanent organization no bus- 
iness of any importance could be transacted. Many resolutions and memorials and also bills 
were passed, but no legislation could be enacted. * "* * 

senate adjourned sine die. 



After remaining in session forty days the 



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104 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

STATE GOVERNMENT — 1897. 

Nineteenth regular session of the state legislature, January 11, 1897. 

The members of the house met on January 11, 1897, and effected a temporary organiiatton 
by electing Hon. E. J. Davis, of Umatilla county, temporary chairman and Mr. Ralph Moody 
temporary chief clerk. On assembling for permanent organisation there was found not to be 
a quorum present. It then developed that the house was divided into (wo factions neither of 
which would answer roll call when the other was present Neither faction had raffideni 
members to form a quorum. After a time one faction elected officers and attempted to train- 
act business but their organization and acts were not recognised by the senate. After remain- 
ing at the capitol forty-five days, five days longer than the time provided by law for holding 
sessions of the legislature, the members of both factions disbanded and returned to their re- 
spective homes. The senate which had organised and remained in session during the entire 
forty day 8, transacting only such business as did not require the concurrence ox the home, 
also adjourned sine ale. 



Count]/. 



1 | D.W.Yoakum 

2 John Whiteaker — 
8 I K. B.Lake.. 



Baker 

Benton , 

Benton and Lincoln 

Clackamas 

Clackamas ' 

Clackamas 



4 | W.B.U'Ren 

5 ; George Ogle 

6 | J.H.Kru*e i 

7 I JohnE.Gratke ' Clatsop 

8 ' N T . J Svindseth I ( Uatsop 

9 Norman Merrill — i Columbia 

10 ' Thomas Buckman.. Coos 

11 I W.H. Nosier | Coos and Cnrry , 

12 ! R. E. Misener ; Crook 

18 | A.M.Crawford Douglas 

14 I J. T. Bridges 1 Douglas 1 

15 ! George W. Riddle ... Douglas 

16 J. E. David ] Gilliam 

17 I C.S.Dustln , Grant and Harney., 

18 ; G.F.Schmidtlein — \ Jackson 

19 I J. J. Howser i Jackson ! 

20 j Nat.Langell . Jackson 1 

21 Henry L. Benson — Josephine 

22 I Virgil Conn - ! Klamath and Lake. 

28 I L. Bilyeu | Lane 

24 D.G.Palm Lane 

25 ! T J. Vaujihan 1 Lane 

26 I J.ihn M. somen ... Linn 

27 ; Johnson 8 Smith -J Linn 

28 ■ T. M. Muckers Linn 

29 ! I.W.Hope , Malheur 

80 I H.L.Barkley i Marion 

81 I l . W. Chapman Marlon 

82 I. avid Craig- Marion 

83 McKlnley Mitchell J Marlon 

84 ! .1 . N. Smith | Marion 

85 I J. X. Brown ■ Morrow 

86 | J.B.Bayer ' Multnomah 

37 Jonathan Bourne, Jri Multnomah 

James N. Davis i Multnomah J 

George H. Hill ' Multnomah j 

H. A. Hogue i Multnomah 

A.L.Maxwell , Multnomah. 



I ). L. Povey ' Multnomah 

W. E. Thomas Multnomah 



, Heury Wagner ■ Multnomah. 

45 - i.J.Lee Polk , 

46 |J.A.Venness Polk 

47 ■ R.s.Huntlngton — Sherman and Wasco 

48 'F.N.Jones Sherman and Wasco 

49 iJohuGlll Tillamook and 



Yamhill. 



50 E. J. Davis Umatilla . 

51 , J S. Gurdane Umatilla 

52 ' W.T.RIgby Umatilla... 

68 I J.W.McAltster— - , Union 

54 F.S.Stanley — Union 

55 I C. E.JenningB 'Wallowa... 



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66 
57 
56 
59 
60 



Harvey S. Hudson. 

G.W. Marsh 

J. R. C. Thompson . 

H.G. Guild 

O. C. Emery 



County. 



Washington . 
Washington. 
Washington . 
Yamhill. 



Yamhill 




fie 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1888. 

8peclal session of the twentieth leglslatire assembly, convened by proolamaticn of t 
governor on September 26, 1896, continuing until October 15, 1898. . 



SENATE — OFFICERS. 



Hon. Joseph Simon 

S. L. Morehbad 

J. Fbed. Yatbb 

J. D. Lee 



— President 
..Chief clerk 



-Assistant chief clerk 
Reading clerk 



F. C. Middleton 

H. H. Humphreys — 

J. 8. Purdom 

W. W. Smith 

Frank Hartman 

Harry H. Belt 



-Calendar clerk 
—Mailing clerk 



— Sergeant-at-arma 

Doorkeeper 

Page 

Page 



I 



County. 



1 
2 
8 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 

% 

22 
28 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 



William Smith. 
John D. Daly . 



George C. Brownell 

L. L. Porter 

C. W.Fulton 

G. W. Patterson 

C. E. Harmon 

B. Daly 

A. W. Reed 

E. B. Dufur 

J. W. Morrow 

Theodore Cameron 

I. D. Driver 

W.Kuykendall- 

J.Clem 

P. R. Kelly 

L.J. Adams 

N. H. Looney 

George W. Bates.. 
J. E. Haseltine.. 



Baker and Malheur... 
Benton and Lincoln.. 
Clackamas 



Clackamas and Mai ion .. 

Clatsop 

Columbia, Washington and Tillamook- 
Coos. Curry and Josephine.. 



Donald Mackay 

Ben 8elling 

Joseph Simon 

B.F.Mulkey 

John Mitchell.. 



George W. Probstel 

1 T.C.Taylor 

I Justus Wade 

| E.W. Haines. 

I "' * "" 



W.A.Howe.. 



Crook, Klamath and Lake 

Douglas - — — 

Gilliam. Sherman and Wasco 

Grant, Harney and Morrow 

Jackson 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Marion . 



Marion 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Sherman and Wasco' 

Umatilla 

Umatilla and Union... 
Union and Wallowa.. 

Washington 

Yamhill. 






1886 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1898 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1898 
1898 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1696 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1898 
1898 



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8pecial session of the twentieth legislative assembly, convened by proclamation of the 
governor on September 26, 1896, continuing until October 15, 1896. 



HOUSE— OFFICERS, 



B. V. Cabtbb 

A. C. Jennings.. 



A.V. R. Snyder... 

D. B. Mackie 

Fbank Mottbb 

Beuck Cubby 

A. D. Griffin 

M. P. Isbnbbbo 

R. M. Duncan 

Chables Lane 



Speaker 

Chief clerk 

-Assistant chief clerk 



...Calendar clerk 
— Reading clerk 



Mailing clerk 

.Sergeant-at-arms 



Van Sutbbbland.. 



. Doorkeeper 

Page 

Page 

Page 



County. 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
88 
84 
86 
86 
87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 
46 
46 
47 



W. E. Grace 

R. J. Nichols 

G.E. Davis 

George Knight 

J. L. Kruse 

Alex.Thompson 

C.J.Curtis 

John E. Young 

J. E. Hall 

George P. Topping— 

E.S. Platts 

J. N.Williamson... 

James W. Conn 

W.W.Wilson 

G.W Wonacott 

8.G. Hawson 

R. N. Donnelly 

E. V. Carter 

E. A. Sherwln 

Matthew Stewart 

James W. Virtue 

W. A. Massinglll 

P. M. Brattaln 

W. F.Grav 

Ivan McQueen 

D. M. Jones 

H.M. Palmer 

J.J.Whitney 

J.R.Blackaby 

W. L. Cu minings 

E.H. Flagg 

Abner Lewis 

J. W. McCulloch 

John McCourt 

E.L.Freeland 

J.C. Bayer 

S. C. Beach 

8. Farrell 

George H.Hill 

Peter Hobkirk 

R. E. Moody 

George T. Myers 

J. T. Ross 

J. T. Whalley 

N. F.Gregg 

J.B. Stump 

J.W.Morton 



Baker - 

Benton 

Benton and Lincoln 

Claokaxnas 

Clackamas 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Clatsop 

Columbia 



Coos and Curry 

Coos and Curry — 

Crook 

Douglas 

Douglas 



Douglas. 



Gilliam- 
Grant and Harney. 
Jackson 



Jackson 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Klamath and Lake. 

Lane 

Lane 

Lane 

Linn 

Linn 

Linn 1 

Malheur 

Marion 

Marlon 

Marlon 

Marion 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Polk 

8herman and Wasco 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— 1898.— Concluded. 

MEMBERS. 



1 



County. 



48 
49 

60 
61 
62 



A. S. Roberts.. 
J.W. Maxwell- 



L.B. Reeder.. 
J.E.Smith.. 



A.D. Stillman ' 

D. A. McCallBter i 

F. 8. Stanley 

Peter Fordney 

oo i Abner Briggs 

67 Q.W. Marsh 

68 I J. R. C. Thompson— I 

69 I Clarence Bntt.. 
60 E. F. Lamson... 



Sherman and Wasco 
Tillamook and | 

Yamhill 

Umatilla | 

Umatilla I 

Umatilla 

Union 

Union 

Wallowa 

Washington. 
Washington . 
Washington. 
J Yamhill.— 



Yamhill— 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— 1888. 

Special session of the twentieth legislative assembly, September 26, 1898, t 

8ENATX STANDING COMMITTBB8. 

Agriculture and Forestry— Looney, Kelly, Clem. 

Assessment and Taxation-- Mulkey, Mackay, Porter, Cameron, Taylor. 

Claims— Howe. Fulton. Daly of Lake. 

Commerce and Navigation— Selling, Howe, ProebsteL 

Counties- Mackay, Taylor, Howe, Cameron, Patterson. 

.Education— Kuykendall, Harmon, Porter. 

Elections and Privileges— Harmon, Brownell, Wade. 

Enyrossed Bills— Daley of Benton, Reed, MlchelL 

Enrolled Bills — Patterson, Mulkey, Cameron. 

Federal Relations— Driver, Proebstel. Dufur. 

Fishing Industries- Reed, Mich ell, Bates. 

Horticulture— Daly of Benton. Patterson, Looney. 

Insurance and Banking— Haines, Adams, Bates. 

Printing— Mlchell, Belling, Haines. 

Irrigation— Proebstel. Cameron, Morrow. 

Judiciary— Fulton, Brownell, Michell, Kelly, Dufur. 

Medicine, Pharmacy \ Dentistry — Daly of Lake, Kuykendall, Morrow. 

Military Affairs — Haseltine, Taylor, Wade. 

Penal Institutions — Haines, Driver, Looney. 

Mining— Cameron, Harmon, Smith. 

Municipal Corporations— Haseltine, Harmon, Smith 

Public Buildings and Institutions— Adams, Haseltine, Reed. 

Public Lands— Porter, Mulkey, Howe. Driver, Wade. 

Railroads— Brownell, Patterson, Daly df Benton, Mackay, Morrow. 

Revision of Laws— Kelly, Reed, Fulton, Daly of Lake, Smith. 

Roads and Highways — Bates, Looney. Daly of Benton, Proebstel, Clem. 

Ways and Means— Taylor, Mulkey, Kuykendall, Selling, Adams. 

HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Agriculture— Stewart, Nichols, Wilson. 

Alcoholic Traffic— 8mith, Thompson of Clackamas, Palmer. 

Assessment and Taxation— Free land, Hill, Lewis, Masslnglll, Whitney. 

Banking and Insurance— Ross, Flagg, Stillman. 

Capitol Buildings and Grounds— Cummlngs, Davis, Conn. 

Cities and Towns— Masslnglll, Topping, Stump. 

Claims — Joiips, Myers. Smith. 

Commerce— Hobklrk, Maxwell, Gray, Curtis. McAllster. 

Corporations— Kruse, Thompson of Washington, Virtue. 

Counties— Roberts, Donnelly, Brattain, Bayer, Reeder. 

Education— Marsh, Nichols, Fordney, Stewart, Whalley. 

Elections- Hill, 8 tan ley, Freeland, Ross, Blaokaby. 

Engrossed Bills— Maxwell, Stewart, Whalley. 

Enrolled Bills— McCulloch, Masslnglll, Donnelly. 

Federal Relations— Sherwln, Kruse. Smith. 

Fisheries and Game—Younx, Farrell, Hall. Myers, Roberts. 

Food and Dairy Products— Thompson of Washington, Hall, Gray. 

Health and Public Morals— Farrell, Conn, McCourt. 

Horticulture— Morton, Briggs, Wonacott. 

Indian Affairs — Hawson, Young, Platts. 

Internal Improvements— McCourt, McQueen, McAllster. 

Irrigation— Williamson, Morton, Grace. 

Judiciary— Reeder, Moody, McCulloch, Whitney, Williamson. 

Labor— Briggs, Knight, Lamson. 

Manufactures— Bayer, Kruse, Stump. 

Medicine and Pharmacy— Hall, Grace, Sherwln. 

Military Affairs— Myers, Wilson, Young. 

JffifrtfcW— Brattain, Virtue, Donnelly. 

Penal, Reform, and Charitable Institutions— Butt, Moody, Gray. 

Printing— Curtis, Beach, Flagg. 

Public Lands— Stillman, Williamson, McQueen, Moody, Palmer. 

Public Library— Lewis, Freeland, Jones. 

Railways and Transportation— Stanley, Marsh, Hobklrk, Butt, 8tillman. 

Roads and Hightoaya—WotiSLCOtt, Lewis, Knight, Hill, Hawson. 

Rules and Joint Rules— Thompson of Clackamas, Ross, Platts. 

Salaries and Mileage— Topping, Blackaby, Cummlngs. 

Salaries of State and County Officers— Davis, Gregg. Hawson. 

Statistics and Immigration — Lamson, Thompson of Clackamas, Fordney. 

Ways and Means— Beach, Curtis, Davis, Flagg, Grace. 



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In the following pages is given the first organic law or bill of rights enacted by the people 
of Oregon in 1843, prior to the organization of the provisional government; the first organic 
law and constitution enacted by the provisional legislature and ratified by popular vote of the 
people in 1846 ; the United States statute extending the protection of the United States over 
Oregon and creating Oregon territory in 1848 : the state constitution of Oregon as formulated 
by the state constitutional convention, and adopted by popular vote of the people in 1857, and 
approved by congress in 1859 ; the act creating the state of Oregon and admitting it to the 
federal union, and other important enactments. 



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FIRST ORGANIC LAW 



CONSTITUTION OF OREGO 

Recommended by the citizens legialatire committee and adopted Jul] 
inhabitants of Oregon, assembled in mass meeting held at Champooick, tei 
north of where the state capitol is now located at Salem. 

Section 1. We, the people of Oregon Territory, for pui ] 
tual protection, and to secure peace and prosperity amoug 01 : 
to adopt the following laws and regulations, until such time u 
States of America extend their jusisdiction over us. 

Be it therefore enacted, by the free citizens of Oregon Terri t 
said territory, for purposes of temporary government, be div i 
less than three, nor more than five, districts; subject to be a 
greater number when an increase of population shall require il 

For the purpose of fixing the principles of civil and religk 
the basis of all laws and constitutions of government that ma , 
adopted. 

Be it enacted, that the following articles be considered as ar 
pact, among the free citizens of this territory:— 

Article 1. No person, demeaning himself in a peaceable 
manner, shall ever be molested, on account of his mode of w 
ligious sentiments. 

Article 2. The inhabitants of said territory shall always 
the benefits of the writ of habeas corpus, and trial by jury; of 
ate representation of the people in the legislature,— and of jud 
ings, according to the course of common law. All persons she, 
unless for capital offences, where the proof shall be evideti 
sumption great. All fines shall be moderate, and no cruel or 
ishments inflicted. No man shall be deprived of his liber ( 
judgment of his peers, or the law of the land ; and, should tit 
gencies make it necessary, for the common preservation, to 
son's property, or to demand his particular services, full < 
shall be made for the same. And, in the just preservation 
property, it is understood and declared that no law ought ev<; 
or have force, in said territory, that shall in any manner wit 




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fere with, or affect private contracts, or engagements, bona fide, and 
without fraud, previously formed. 

Article 3. Religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good 
government, and the happiness of mankind, schools, and the means of 
education shall forever be encouraged. 

The utmost good faith shall always be observed towards the Indians. 
Their lands and property shall never be taken from them without their 
consent ; and, in their property, rights, and liberty, they shall never be 
invaded or disturbed, unless in just and lawful wars, authorized by the 
representatives of the people ; but laws, founded in justice and humanity, 
shall, from time to time, be made, for preventing injustice being done to 
them, and for preserving peace and friendship with them. 

Article 4. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in 
said territory, otherwise than for the punishment of crimes whereof the 
party shall have been duly convicted. 

Section 2. Article 1. Be it enacted, by the authority aforesaid, that the 
officers, elected on the second of May, inst., shall continue in office, until 
the second Tuesday in May, 1844, and until others are elected and quali- 
fied. 

Article 2. Be it further enacted, that an election of civil and military 
officers shall be held annually, on the second Tuesday in May, in the 
several districts at such places as shall be designated by law. 

Article 3. Each officer heretofore elected, or hereafter to be elected, 
shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, take an oath or affirma- 
tion, to support the laws of the territory, and faithfully to discharge the 
duties of his office. 

Article 4. Every free male descendant of a white man, an inhabitant of 
this territory, of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, who shall have 
been an inhabitant of this territory at the time of its organization, shall be 
entitled to vote at the election of officers, civil and military, and be eligible 
to any office in the territory, provided, that all persons of the description 
entitled to vote by the provisions of this section, who shall have emigrated 
to this territory after organization, shall be entitled to the rights of citizens 
after having resided six months in the territory. 

Article 5. The executive power shall be vested in a committee of three 
l>erson8, elected by the qualified voters at the annual election, who shall 
liave power to grant pardons and reprieves for offences against the laws of 
the territory, to call out the military force of the territory to repel invasion, 
or suppress insurrection, to take care that the laws are faithfully executed, 
and to recommend such laws as they may consider necessary, to the repre- 
sentatives of the people, for their action. Two members of the committee 
shall constitute a quorum to transact business. 

Article 6. The legislative power shall be vested in a committee of nine 
persons, who shall be elected by the qualified electors at the annual elec- 



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tion, giving to each a representation in ratio of its population, excluding 
Indians ; and the said members of the committee shall reside in the district 
for which they shall be chosen. 

Article 7. The judicial power shall be vested in a supreme court, con- 
sisting of a supreme judge and two justices of the peace, a probate court, 
and in justices of the peace. The jurisdiction of the supreme court shall be 
both appellate and original. That of the probate court and justices of the 
peace as limited by law, provided, that individual justices of the peace 
shall not have jurisdiction of any matter of controversy, when the title or 
boundary of land may be in dispute, or where the sum claimed exceed fifty 
dollars. 

Article 8. There shall be a recorder elected by the qualified electors, at 
the annual election, who shall keep a faithful record of the proceedings in 
the legislative committee, supreme and probate courts; also record all 
boundaries of land presented for that purpose ; and all marks and brands 
used for marking live stock ; procure and keep the standard weights and 
measures required by law, seal weights and measures, and keep a record of 
the same ; and also record wills and deeds, and other instruments of writ- 
ing, required by law to be recorded. 

The recorder shall receive the following fees, viz.: For recording wills, 
deeds, and other instruments of writing, twelve cents for every hundred 
words, and the same price for copies of the same ; for every weight or 
measure sealed, twenty-five cents ; for granting other official papers and the 
seal, twenty-five cents ; for serving as clerk of the legislative committee, the 
same daily pay as the members of the legislature ; and for all other services 
required of him by this Act, the same fees as are allowed for similar services 
by the laws of Iowa. 

Article 9. There shall be a treasurer elected by the qualified electors of 
the territory, who shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, give 
bond to the executive committee, in the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, with 
two or more sufficient sureties, to be approved by the executive com- 
mittee, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office. 
The treasurer shall receive all moneys belonging to the territory, that may 
be raised by contribution, or otherwise, and shall procure suitable books in 
which he shall enter an account of his receipts and disbursements. 

Article 10. The treasurer shall in no case pay money out of the treasury, 
but according to law, and shall annually report to the legislative com- 
mittee a true account of his receipts and disbursements, with necessary 
vouchers for the same, and shall deliver to his successor in office all books, 
money, accounts, or other property, belonging to the territory, so soon as 
bis successor shall become qualified. 

Article 11. The treasurer shall receive, for his services, the sum of five 
per cent, of all moneys received and paid out according to law, and three 
per cent, of all moneys in the treasury when he goes out of office, and two 



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per cent, upon the disbursement of money in the treasury when he comes 
into office. 

Article 12. The laws of Iowa territory shall be the law of this territory, 
in civil, military, and criminal cases; where not otherwise provided for, 
and where no statute of Iowa applies, the principles of common law and 
equity shall govern. 

Article 13. The law of Iowa territory, regulating weights and measures, 
shall be the law of this territory; provided, that the supreme court shall 
perform the duties of the county commissioners, and the recorder shall per- 
form the duties of the clerk of the county commissioners, as prescribed in 
said laws of Iowa. And provided, that 60 pounds, avordupois weight, 
shall be the standard weight of a bushel of wheat, whether the same be 
more or less than 2150 2-5 cubic inches. 

Article 14. The laws of Iowa territory, respecting wills and administra- 
tions, shall be the laws of this territory in all cases not otherwise provided 
for. 

Article 15. The law of Iowa respecting vagrants is hereby adopted, as 
far as adapted to the circumstances of the citizens of Oregon. 

Article 16. The supreme court shall hold two sessions annually, upon 
the third Tuesdays is April and September; the first session to be held at 
Ghampooick, on the third Tuesday of September, 1843, and the second ses- 
sion at Twality Plains, on the third Tuesday of April, 1844. At the sessions 
of the supreme court, the supreme judge shall preside, assisted by two jus- 
tices; provided^ that no justice shall assist in trying any case that has been 
brought before the court by appeal from his judgment. The supreme 
court shall have original jurisdiction in cases of treason, felony, or breaches 
of the peace, and in civil cases where the sum claimed exceed fifty dollars. 

Article 17. All male persons of the age of sixteen years and upwards, 
and all females of the age of fourteen and upwards, shall have the right of 
engaging in marriage; provided, that where either of the parties shall be 
under the age of twenty-one, the consent of the parents or guardians of 
such minor shall be necessary to the validity of such matrimonial engage- 
ment. Every ordained minister of the gospel of any religious denomina- 
tion, the supreme judge, and all justices of the peace, are hereby authorized 
to solemnize marriages according to law, and to have the same recorded 
and pay the recorder's fee. All marriages shall be recorded by the territor- 
ial recorder, within one month from the time of such marriage taking place 
and being made known to him officially. The legal fee for marriage shall 
be one dollar, and for recording the same, fifty cents. 

Article 18. All offices subsequently made shall be filled by election and 
ballot in the several districts, in the most central and convenient place in 
each district, upon the day appointed by law, and under such regulations 
as the laws of Iowa provide. 



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Article 19. Resolved, that a committee of three be appointed to draw up 
a digest of the doings of the people of this territory, with regard to an or- 
ganization, and transmit the same to the United States government, for 
their information. 

Resolved, that the following portions of the laws of Iowa, as laid down 
in the statute laws of the territory of Iowa, enacted at the first session of 
the legislative assembly of said territory, held at Burlington, A. D. 1838-9; 
published by authority, Du Buque, Bussel, and Reeves, printers, 1839, 
certified to be a correct copy, by Wm. B. Conway, secretary of Jowa terri- 
tory, be adopted as the laws of this territory, viz.: 

The law of attachment page 52 to 64 

The law of bonds page 70 to 

The law of constables page 71 to 73 

The law of construction of statutes page 78 to 75 

The law of costs and fees page 75 to 89 

The law of criminal offenses page 109 to 125 

The law of courts of probate page 126 to 127 

The law of depositions page 172 to 177 

The law of executions page 197 to 205 

The law of forcible entry and detainer page 217 to 220 

The law of gaming page 221 to 224 

The law of Indians, sale of liquor to page 274 to 

The law of Jurors. page 277 to 281 

The law of justices of the peace page 281 to 321 

The law of militia - _ page 329 to 337 

The law of minors, orphans and guardians . page 347 to 350 

The law of mills and millers page 343 to 346 

The law ne exeat and injunctions.— page 350 to 353 

The law of partition _. page 354 to 364 

The law of practice of the courts _. page 370 to 381 

The law of promissory notes page 381 to 3S5 

The law of public administrators page 385 to 388 

The law of public lands page 388 to 

The law of recorder page 396 to 397 

The law of replevin »age 398 to 400 

The law of right page 419 to 426 

The law of seals - page 435 to 

The law of securities page 439 to 440 

The law of sheriffs page 441 to 447 

The law of territorial treasurer page 452 to 

The law of vagrants page 455 to 456 

The law of venue, change of, etc page 467 to 460 

The law of waste page 460 to 462 

The law of water crafts, lost goods, and estrays page 462 to 470 

The law of weights and measures page 470 to 

The law of wills and administrations page 471 to 518 

""* " " -•- page 613 to 614 



The law of worshipping congregations 

Adopted by the people, July 5, 1843. 



Note— The Rev. G. Hines presided at the meeting at which the foregoing organic law was 
enacted and adopted and Mr. Geo. W. Le Breton acted as clerk or secretary. Mr. Le Breton's 
account of the meeting says : " The inhabitants of Oregon territory met, pursuant to adjourn- 
ment, to hear the report of the legislative committee, and to do such other business as might 
come before them. The chairman of the meeting being absent, the meeting was called to or- 
der by G. W. Le Breton. On motion Rev. G. Hines was called to the chair. Mr. Moore, chair- 
man of the legislative committee, presented his report, which was read and accepted." The 
report of the judiciary committee of the legislative committee was then taken up and their 
report adopted section by section as above given. Messrs. Hill, Beers and Gale were elected 
as an executive committee to act as governors of Oregon for the ensuing year. Justices of the 
peace were elected for Champoolck and Yamhill districts. 

The legislative committee consisted of the following persons : Robert Shortress, David 
Hill, Dr. Robert Newell, Alanson Been, Thomas Hubbard, W. H. Gray, James O'Neil, Robert 
Moore and Wm. Dougherty. 



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PROVISIONAL CONSTITUTION OF OREGON. 

The organic law of the provisional government of Oregon, 1846, adopted by the legislative 
committee July 2, 1845, and ratified by the people of Oregon at the polls by a majority of 208 
votes July 26, 1845. 

PREAMBLE. 

We, the people of Oregon territory, for purposes of mutual protection, 
and to secure peace and prosperity among ourselves, agree to adopt the 
following laws and regulations, until such time as the United States of 
America extend their jurisdiction over us : 

Be it enacted, therefore, by the free citizens of Oregon territory, that the 
said territory, for the purposes of temporary government, be divided into 
not less than three nor more than five districts, subject to be extended to a 
greater number when an increase of population shall require. 

For the purpose of fixing the principles of civii and religious liberty, as 
the basis of all laws and constitution of government, that may hereafter 
be adopted. 

Be it enacted, that the following articles be considered articles of com- 
pact among the free citizens of this territory : 

ARTICLE I. 

Section 1. No person demeaning himself in a peaceable and orderly 
manner, shall ever be molested upon account of his mode of worship, or 
religious sentiments. 

Section 2. The inhabitants of said territory shall always be entitled to 
the benefits of the writ of habeas corpus and trial by jury of a propor- 
tionate representation of the people in the legislature, and of judicial pro- 
ceedings, according to the course of common law. All persons shall be 
bailable, unless for capital offences, where the proof shall be evident, or 
the presumption great. All fines shall be moderate, and no cruel or un- 
usual punishment inflicted. No man shall be deprived of his liberty, but 
by the judgment of his peers of the law of the land ; and should the pub* 
lie exigencies make it necessary for the common preservation, to take any 
person's property, or to demand his particular services, full compensation 
shall be made for the same ; and in the just preservation of rights and 
property, it is understood and declared, that no law ought ever to be made, 
or have force in said territory, that shall, in any manner whatever, inter- 
fere with or effect private contracts or engagements, bona fide and without 
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Section 3. Religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good 
government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of edu- 
catlan shall be forever encouraged. The utmost good faith shall always be 
observed towards the Indians; their lands and property shall never be 
taken from them without their consent; and in their property, rights and 
liberty, they shall never be invaded or disturbed, unless in just and lawful 
wars, authorized by the representatives of the people; but laws founded in 
justice and humanity, shall, from time to time, be made for preventing in- 
justice being done to them, and for preserving peace and friendship with 
them. 

Section 4. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in 
said territory, otherwise than for the punishment of crimes, whereof the 
party shall have been duly convicted. 

Section 5 No person shall be deprived of the rights of bearing arms in 
his own defense; no unreasonable searches or seizures shall be granted; the 
freedom of the press shall not be restrained; no person shall be twice tried 
for the same offence; nor the people deprived of the right of peaceably as- 
sembling and discussing any matter they may think proper; nor shall the 
right of petition ever be denied. 

Secliou 6. The powers of the government shall be divided into three dis- 
tinct departments: The legislative, executive, and judicial; and no person 
or persons belonging to one of these departments, shall exercise any of the 
powers properly belonging to either of the others, except in cases herein di- 
rected or permitted. 

ARTICLE II. 

Section 1. The legislative power shall be vested in a house of repre- 
sentatives, which shall consist of not less than thirteen, nor more than 
sixty-one members, whose numbers shall not be increased more than five 
at any one session, to be elected by the qualified electors at the annual 
election, giving to each district a representation in the ratio of its popula- 
tion, (excluding Indians), and the said member shall reside in the district, 
for which they shall be chosen ; and in case of vacancy by death, resigna- 
tion, or otherwise, the executive shall issue his writ to the district where 
such vacancy has occurred, and cause a new election to be held, giving 
sufficient notice, at least ten days previously, of the time and place of hold- 
ing said election. 

Section 2. The house of representatives, when assembled, shall choose a 
speaker and ite other officers, be judges of the qualifications and elections 
of its members, and sit upon its own adjournment from day to day. Two- 
thirds of the house shall constitute a quorum to transact business, but a 
smaller number may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorized by 
law to compel the attendance of absent members. 

Section 3. The house may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish 
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thirds, expel a member, but not a second time for the same offence, and 
shall have all powers necessary for a legislature of a temporary govern- 
ment, not in contravention with the restrictions imposed in this organic 
law. 

Section 4. The house of representatives shall, from time to time, fix the 
salaries of the different officers appointed or elected under this compact, 
provided, the pay of no officer shall be altered during his term of service; 
nor shall the pay of the house be increased by any law taking effect during 
the session at which such alteration is made. 

Section 5. The house of representatives shall have the sole power of im- 
peaching ; three-fourths of all the members must concur in an impeach- 
ment. The governor and all civil officers under these articles of compact, 
shall be liable to impeachment for treason, bribery, or any high crime or 
misdemeanor in office. Judgment in such cases shall not extend further 
than removal from office, and disqualification to hold any office of honor, 
trust or profit, under this compact; but the party convicted may be dealt 
with according to law. 

Section 6, The house of representatives shall have power to lay out the 
territory into suitable districts, and apportion the representation in their 
own body. They shall have power to pass laws for raising a revenue, either 
by levying and collecting of taxes, or the imposing of license on merchan- 
dise, ferries or other objects, — to open roads and canals, either by the levy- 
ing a road tax, or the chartering of companies, — to regulate the intercourse 
of the people with the Indian tribes, — to establish post offices and post 
roads, — to declare war, suppress insurrection or repel invasion, — to provide 
for the organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia, and for calling 
forth the militia to execute the laws of Oregon,— to pass laws to regulate 
the introduction, manufacture or sale of ardent spirits,— to regulate the 
currency and internal police of the country ; to create inferior tribunals and 
inferior officers necessary, and not provided for by these articles of compact, 
and generally to pass such laws to promote the general welfare of the peo- 
ple of Oregon, not contrary to the spirit of this instrument,— and all pow- 
ers not hereby expressly delegated, remain with the people. The house of 
representatives shall convene annually on the first Tuesday in December, 
at such place as may be provided by law, and shall, upon their first meet- 
ing after the adoption of this instrument of compact, proceed to elect and 
define the duties of a secretary, recorder, treasurer, auditor, marshal or any 
other officers necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this compact 

Section 7. The executive power shall be invested in one person, elected 
by the qualified voters at the annual election, who shall have power to fill 
vacancies, to remit fines and forfeitures, to grant pardons and reprieves for 
offences against the laws of the territory, to call out the military force of 
the territory to repel invasion or suppress insurrection, to take care that 
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APPENDIX. 121 

consider necessary to the representatives of the people for their action. 
Every bill which shall have been passed by the house of representatives 
shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the governor for his approba- 
tion. If he approve, he shall sign it; if not, be shall return it, with his 
objections, to the house, and the house shall cause the objections to be 
entered at large on its journals, and shall proceed to reconsider the bill; if, 
after such reconsideration, a majority of two-thirds of the house shall agree 
to pass the same, it shall oecome a law. In such cases the votes shall be 
taken by ayes and noes, and entered upon the journals. If any bill shall 
not be returned by the governor to the house of representatives within three 
days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the 
same shall become a law in like manner as if the governor had signed it, 
unless the house of representatives, by its adjournment, shall prevent its 
return, in which case it shall not become a law. The governor shall 
continue in office two years, and until his successor is duly elected and 
qualified; in case of the office becoming vacant by death, re3ignation or 
otherwise, the secretary shall exercise the duties of the office until the 
vacancy shall be filled by election. The governor shall receive the sum of 

dollars per annum, as full compensation for his services, which sum 

may be increased or diminished at any time by law; provided, the salary 
of no governor shall be altered during his term of service. The governor 
shall have power to convene the legislature on extraordinary occasions. 

Section 8. The judicial power shall be vested in a supreme court, and 
such inferior courts of law, equity and arbitration, as may from time to time 
be established. The supreme court shall consist of one judge, who shall be 
elected by the house of representatives, and hold his office for four years, 
and until his successor is duly elected and qualified. The supreme court, 
except in cases otherwise directed by this compact, shall have appellate 
jurisdiction only, which shall be co-extensive with this territory, and shall 
hold two session 8 annually, beginning on the first Mondays of June and 
September, and at such places as by law directed. The supreme court 
shall have a general superintending control over all inferior courts of law. 
It shall have power to issue writs of habeas corpus, mandamus, quo war- 
ranto, certiorari, and ether original remedial writs, and hear and determine 
the same. The supreme court shall have power to decide upon and annul 
any laws contrary to the provisions of these articles of compact, and 
whenever called upon by the house of representatives, the supreme judge 
shall give his opinion, touching the validity of any pending measure. The 
honse of repretentatives may, hereafter, provide by law for the supreme 
court having original jurisdiction in criminal cases. 

Section 9. All officers under this compact shall take an oath, as follows, 
to wit: I do solemnly swear that I will support the organic laws of the 
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ent with my duties aa a citizen of the United States, or a subject of Great 
Britain, and faithfully demean myself in office, so help me God. 

Section 10. Every free male descendent of a white man, inhabitant of 
this territory, of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, who shall have 
been an inhabitant of this territory at the time of its organization, shall be 
entitled to a vote at the election of officers, civil and military, and be eli- 
gible to any office in the territory; provided, that all persons of the de- 
scription entitled to vote by the provisions of this section, who shall immi- 
grate to this territory after organization, shall be entitled to the righto of 
citizens, after having resided six months in the territory. 

Section 11. The election of all civil officers, provided for by this compact, 
shall be held the first Monday in June annually. 

article in. 

Section 1. Any person now holding, or hereafter wishing to establish a 
claim to land in this territory, shall designate the extent of his claim by 
natural boundaries, or by marks at the corners and upon the lines of such 
claim, and have the extent and boundaries of said claim recorded in the 
office of the territorial recorder, in a book to be kept by him for that pur- 
pose within twenty days from the time of making said claim; provided, 
that those who shall be already in posession of land, shall be allowed twelve 
months from the passage of this act, to file a description of his claim in the 
recorder's office; and, provided further, that the said claimant shall state 
in his record, the size, shape and locality of such claim, and give the name 
of the adjoining claimants, and the recorder may require the applicant for 
such record, to be made to answer, on his oath, touching the facts. 

Section 2. All claimants shall, within six months from the time of re- 
cording their claims, make permanent improvements upon the same by 
building or enclosing, and also become an occupant upon said claim within 
one year from the date of such record, or in case not occupied, the person 
holding said claim shall pay into the treasury the sum of five dollars an- 
nually, and in case of failure to occupy, or on failure of payment of the sum 
above stated, the claim shall be considered as abandoned; provided, that 
no non-resident of this territory shall have the benefit of this law; and pro- 
vided further, that any resident of this territory, absent on his private bus- 
iness for two years, may hold his claim by paying five dollars annually to 
the treasury. 

Section 3. No individual shall be allowed to hold a claim of more than 
one square mile, or six hundred and forty acres, in a square or oblong 
form, according to the natural situation of the premises. Nor shall any 
individual be allowed to hold more than one claim at the same time. Any 
person complying with the provisions of these ordinances, shall be entitled 
to the same recourse against trespass, as in other cases by law provided. 

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APPENDIX. 123 

up a tnct of land, not exceeding six hundred and forty acres to each person 
in said partnership, subject to all the provisions of the law ; and whenever 
such partnership is dissolved, the members shall each record the particular 
parts of said tract as may be allotted to him, provided, that no member of 
said partnership shall hold a separate claim, at the time of the existence of 
said partnership. 

Section 5. The boundary lines of all claims shall hereafter conform, as 
near as may be, to the cardinal points. 

Section 6. The officers elected at the general election, held on the first 
Tuesday in June, 1845, shall be the officers to act under this organic law, 
are hereby declared valid and legal. 

8ection 7. Amendments to this instrument may be proposed by the 
house of representatives, two-thirds of the members concurring therein, 
which amendments shall be made public in all parts of Oregon, and be 
read at the polls at tbe next succeeding general election, and a concurrence 
of two-thirds of all the members elected at said election, may pass said 
amendments, and they shall become a part of this compact. 

I, John E. Long, secretary of Oregon territory, do hereby certify that the 

foregoing is a true and correct copy of tbe original law, as passed by the 

representatives of the people of Oregon, on the fifth day of July, 1845, and 

submitted to the people on the twenty-sixth day of the same month, and 

by them adopted, and now on file in my office. 

J. E. LONG, 

Secretary of Oregon. 

note— The Journal of tbe legislature under date of Wednesday, June 25, 1845, under the 
head of " orders of the day,"