Railroad. Act COCXXII, Statutes 1862, page 438.
VIII. To airthorize Henry Owens to construct a marine railway. Act CCLXXV, Statutes 1862. page 308.
IX. To authorize the construction of a marine railway, (John J. North.) Act CCCXLVIII, Statutes 1862,
X To authorize E. G. Arthur to construct and keep in repair certain roads upon the San Miguel Ranch. Act
CCXm, Statutes 1862, page 262.
XI. To authorize Joseph M. Wood and others tÂ« build a wharf. Act CCLXVI, Statutes 1862, page 297.
Xir. To authorize John S. Williams to construct a wharf. Act CCCXIII, Statutes 1862, page 426.
XIII. To authorize Bugcne L. Sullivan and others to lay down gas pipes. Act CCCXLVI, Statutes 1862, page 471.
XIV. To amend Act for the construction of a macadamized road passed April 12, 1861, Act CLXII, Statutes 1862,
page 161. r 1- ) ) > .
XV. To appropriate monej for the erection of a building for the use of the Home for the Care of the Inebriate.
Act CCCLXVIII, Statutes 1862, page 488. <
XVI. To prohibit the keeping open of markets and the sale of meats, etc., on the Sabbath day. Act XCVII,
Statutes 1862, page 90.
XVII. To prohibit the kpcping open of bath houses, barber shops, etc., during certain hours of the Sabbath day.
ActCCCLVlI, statutes 1862, page 479. ' ^ ' ' "
XVIII. To provide for the appointment of a Measurer of Wood. Act CCCXLV, Statutes 1862, page 470.
XIX To authorize the Board of Trustees of the Society of California Pioneers to sell and convey certain real
estate. Act CCCXLIV, Statutes 1862, page 469.
THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
CITY AND COUNTY OP SAN FRANCISCO.
Mayor OP the City and Countyâ€” H. F. TESCHEMACHER; Ex- Officio President of
the Board of Supervisors. Term expires July 1, 18G3. Salary, $3,000 per annum.
Clerkâ€” CHARLES L. WIGGIN, appointed by the Mayor. Salary, $1,200 per annum.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORSâ€” 1861-'62.
Term of office two yearsâ€” one half elected annually. Term expires fourth Monday of November,
thereafter, first Monday of July.* Regular meetings first Monday in January, April, July and
October. Special Meetings at tiie discretion of the I'residcnt.
Pre-sidetiiâ€”B.. F. TESCHEMACHER, (Term expires July 1, 1863). Salary, $3,000
Cferfcâ€” JAMES "W. BINGHAM, (Appointed by the Board) Salary $2,100 per annum
Strgeant-ai-Armsâ€”B. S. Blitz Salary $600 per annum
First Districtâ€” CHARLES S. BIDEN.
Second " MYLES D. SWEENY.
Tliird " H. DE LA MONTANYA.
Fourth " H. L. KING.
Fifth " DOMINICK GAVEN.
Sixth " H. L. DODGE.
Seventh Districtâ€” W. C. HINCKLEY.
Eighth " G. W. BELL.
Ninth " JOHN C. MERRILL.
Tenth " JOHN H. RKDINOTON.
Eleventh " FRANK McCOPPIN.
Tvvellth " J. W. CUDWORTH.
STANDING COMMITTEESâ€” Judjcjar?/, Dodge, Gaver, Bell. Finance and Audiiing, Reding-
ton, Dodge, Bell. Licenses and Ord<irs, McCoppin, Sweenj', Cudworth. Streets, Wfiarves and
Public Buildings, Hinckley, Gaven, King. Htalth and Police, De La Montanya, Hinckley, Gaven.
Fire and Water, Sweeny, De La Montanya, Cudworth. Hospital, Merrill, Dodge, De La Montanya.
Printing and Salarie'<, King, McCoppin, Bell. Special Auditing, Bell, Redington. Industrial School
Committee, Gaven, Hinckley, Sweeny.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORSâ€” 1862-'63.
Term commences fourth Monday of November, expires first Monday of July.*
President ÂŁx- Oj^ibâ€” HENRY F. TESCHEMACHER.
First Districtâ€” A. H. TITCOMB.
Second " MYLES D. SWEENY.
Tliird " H. DE LA MONTANYA.
Fourth " H. L. KING.
Filth " DOMINICK GAYEN.
Sixth " H. L. DODGE.
Sevcntii Districtâ€” W. C. HINCKLEY'".
Eighth " G. W. BELL.
Ninth " JOHN C. MERRILL.
Tenth " JOHN H. REDINGTON.
Eleventh " FRANK McCOPPIN.
Twelfth " J. W. CUDWORTH.
* See Act to change tbo time of holding JIunicipal Elections, page 477
538 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERSâ€” 1862-'63.*
County Judge â€” Hon. M. C. BLAKE ; term expires April, 186G, salary $5,000 per annum. Associate
Justices of the Court of Sessions â€” Martin W. Lamb and George Fisher; salary $5 per day
â€˘when acting, not to exceed $600 per annum each.
District Attorneyâ€” Hi ATE. AN PORTER; terra expires July 1863, salary $4,000 per annum.
Clerk â€” H. C. Congdon; salary $900 per annum.
City and County Attorney and Counselor â€” JOHN H. SAUNDERS; term of office regulated by
' Board of Supervisors; salary $5,000 per annum. Clerk â€” H. C. Campbell; salary $900.
County (7/erfcâ€” WASHINGTON BARTLETT ; term expires July 1863; salary $4,000 per
annum. Deputies â€” Wm. R. Satterlee, Register Clerk 12lh District Court; Samuel L.
Lupton. Court-room Clerk 12tli District Court; John Hanna, Register Clerk 4th District
Court ; Charles S. Capp, Court-room Clerk Fourth District Court ; and Columbus Bartlett,
Clerk of Probate Court, each $175 per month. Beverly C. Duer, Assistant Clerk 12th Dis-
trict Court; M. J. Marscheutz, Assistant Clerk Fourth District Court; and William Harney,
Assistant Clerk County Court and Court of Sessions, each Â§150 per month. A. J. Jeghers,
Copying Clerk Proba);e Court, paid by the folio at the rate of six cents each.
Sheriffâ€” Jon's S. ELLIS, term expires July 1863 ; salary $8,000 per annum. Deputiesâ€” 'Eemj
L. Davis, Under Sheriff, $200 per month ; John A. Clark, 12th District Court, and De Witt
C. Thompson, County Court and Court of Sessions, each $150 per month. Samuel C. Ellis
and Henry D. Lammot, each $125 per month. Justus Struver, Book-Keeper, $150 per
month. AVilliam H. Silverthorn, $150 per month. John Hill, Deputy for Grand Jury and
Probate Court, $125 per month. John W. McKenzie, I. C. Root, Henry Fitzgerald and
Nathan Clark, Jail-Keepers, each $125 per month.
Recorder â€” THOMAS YOUNG ; term expires July 1863; salary $4,000 per annum. Deputy â€”
T. Russell Morgan, salary $2,100 per annum. Dqyuty Clei-ks â€” G. H. Russell, J. E. Ashcom,
E. Bonnell, R. D. Blauvelt jr., P. 0. Barry, John McQuade, W. P. Merriam, T. Penniman jr.,
John F. Sears, Frank W. Gross, and Fmile Kower, paid 12 cents per folio of 100 words.
Porter â€” A. F. Norring, salary $900 per annum.
7Vea5M?-erâ€” JOSEPH S. PAXSON ; term expires July 1863 ; salary $4,000 per annum. Deputyâ€”
Richard C. Paxson, salary $2,100 per annum. Assistant Deputy â€” Avery T. Harris, salary
$1,200 per annum. License Notice Servers â€” Charles Neff, Hiram C. Simons, salary ,$600 each,
per annum. All fees and commissions received by the officers of the County are paid into the
" Special Fee Fund " -weekly.
Assessor â€” C. C.WEBB; term expires September, 1863; salary $4,000 per annum, f Deputy â€” Wm.
Stanwood; salary $1,800 per annum.
Auditorâ€” 13.ESRY M. HALE ; term expires July 1864 : salary $4,000 per annum. Clerkâ€” J. J.
Pettee, salary $900 per annum.
Tax Collector â€” E. H. WASHBURN ; terra expires July 1864 ; salary $4,000 per annum. Deputies
â€” Jrtraes Kellogg, salary $200 per month ; W. R. Wheaton, salary, $175 per month.
Surveyorâ€” GEO'RGE C. POTTER ; term expires July 1 863 ; salary $500 per annum and fees.
Deputy â€” J. J. Gardiner. Assistants â€” T. G. Parkinson and T. J. Lacy. Draughtsvian â€” J. H.
Peirce. Measurers â€” S. M. Farren and William Slater. Rodman â€” George Ford.
Board of City Engineersâ€” KILO HOADLEY. (President), George C. Potter; salary, $200 per
month each; and Thaddeus R. Brooks, (Secretary) salary, $300 per month. Joseph R. Wil-
kinson, First Assistant and Draughtsman, salary, $8 per day. Term ends bv law on or before
Coronerâ€” B. A. SHELDON ; term expires July 1863 ; salary $4,600 per annum.^:
Hospital Resident Physicianâ€” OB. ABIjEJ^ H. RAYMOND ; term regulated by Board of Super-
visors ; salary $2,400 per annum.
Public Administrator%â€”U.OR'El^ J. MARSCHUETZ; term expires July 1864; salary, fees.
Suj)erintmdent Streets and Highwaysâ€”GEORGE T. BOHEN; term expires July 1864; salary
84.000 per annum. Deputiesâ€” J amea A. J. Bohen, John C. Griswold, John L. Durkee,
Daniel S. Dikeman, and Robert . Gushing; salary each $1,800 per annum.
Harbor Masterâ€” CHARLES GOODALL; term expires July 1863; salary $3,000 per annum.
Superintendent of Common Schoolsâ€” GEORGE TAIT; term expires July 1863 ; salary $4,000 per
* See Amendatory Act, p. 478. f For Clerks, see pp. 479-480. t See Act Febrnary 19. 1859, and April 8, 1862, p. 480.
Â§ A. HoUnb's term as Public Admmistrator does not expire until the fourth Monday of November next-
Secretary Board of Education â€” D. H. Whittemore; salary, $1,800 per annum.
Police Judgeâ€” SAUllEL COWLKS; term expires July 18G4; salary $4,000 per annum.
Chief of Policeâ€”UARTm J. BURKB; term expires July 1864; salnry $4,000 per annum.
Clerk Police Courtâ€” J. H. TITCOMB ; term regulated by the Board of Supervisors ; salary $2,400
Assistant District Attorney â€” P. W. SHEPIIEARD; term regulated by the Board of Supervisors;
salary $3,000 per annum.
Interprrters Police Couriâ€” JOHN LUSSEY and CHARLES CAVALHO; salary $1,200 per
License CoZ/ectorsâ€” CORNELIUS HOYER and CHARLES R. STORY, appointed by the Board of
Supervisors; salary $1,500 per annum.
Pound /Teeperâ€” LAFAYETTE STIVERS ; salary $900 per annum and foes.
Road Mastersâ€” \siD\s.ifiCt, S. S. THOMPSON; 2d District, TIMOTHY TIMSON; salary not to
exceed $300 each per annum.
Porters City ^a/^FREDERICK KILIAN and A. H. HENDERSON salary $900 each per
Industrial School Supei-intendentâ€”GKORG'R L. LYNDE, Acting Superintendent; salary $1,500
per annum. Treasurer â€” Mark Brumagim ; no compensation ; Secretary â€” James S. Thom-
son ; salary $1,500 per annum.
UospHal Visiting Surgeon â€” P. A. HOLMAN, M. D. ; salary $1,200 per annum.
Hospital Visiting Physician^-S. R. GERRY, M. D. ; salary $1,200 per annum.
DISTRICT OFFICERSâ€” 1862-'63.
Terms of Office â€” School Directors, two years ; one half elected annually. Justices of the Peace
two years. Constables, Inspectors, and Judges of Election, each one year.
Judges of Election.
1st Levi Mastick
R. S. Fairfield
James H. Widber
R. J. Tobin
J. S. Allen
R. L. Waterman
J. "W. Dodge
J. H. Atkinson
E. T. Allen
J. L. San lord
Wm. H. Culver
S. C. Harding
J. S. Ilenshaw
W. H. Stevens
A. P. C. Engert
M. J. Hurd
0. M. Perkins
Thos. H. Flanagan
W. G. Badger
J. S. Todd
Chester J. Snow-
Wales L. Palmer
S. P. Kimball
R. R. Calkins
M. C. Parisii
C. C. Knowles
R. P. Ranney
J. K. Osgood
W. C. HoflF
W. II. Jessup
J. M. Towue
12th Joseph M. Wood
M. W. Lamb
W. F. Larkin
P. W. Shepheard Obed Chart
* The city and oonnty is uow divided into six Judicial Townships, each composed of two Wards, to each of which
is attached a Constable; term of office expires annually in July; salary, fees.
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY.
ELECTION DISTRICTSâ€” as established by
the Commissioners appointed by the State Legis-
lature of 1856:
First District â€” Is bounded by Kearny Street
on the west, Pacific Street on the south and the
Second District â€” Is bounded by Pacific Street
on the south, the Bay on the north, Leavenwortli
Street on the west and Kearny Street on the
Third District â€” Is bounded by Clay Street on
the south. Pacific Street on the north, Kearny
Street on the west and the Bay on the east.
Fourth District â€” Is bounded by Clay Street on
the south, Pacific Street on the north, Larkin
Street on the west and Kearny Street on the east.
Fifth District â€” Is bounded by Pine Street on
the south. Clay Street on the north, Kearny
Street on the west and the. Bay on the east.
Sixth District â€” Is bounded on the south by
Pine Street, on the north by Clay Street, on the
west by Larkin Street and on the east by Kearny
Seventh District â€” Is the triangle bounded by
Market, Dupont, and Pine streets.
Eighth District â€” Is bounded by Market Street
on the south, Pine Street on the north, Larkin
Street on the west and Dupont Street on the east.
Kinth District â€” Is the triangle bounded by
Second Street, .Market Street, and the Bay.
Tenth District â€” Is bounded by the Bay, Har-
ris (now Seventh), Market, and Second streets.
Eleventh District â€” Is an irregular space com-
mencing at the foot of Seventh Street, running
along Seventh to Market, along Market to Larkin,
along Larkin to Bush, along Bush to the bounda-
ry of San Mateo county, and along this bounda-
ry to the place of beginning.
Twelfth District â€” Is bounded by Bush Street
on the south, the Bay on the north, the bounda-
ry of San Mateo county on the west and Leaven-
worth and Larkin streets on the east.
Police Department, Aug. 1862.*
Chief of Police.â€” UARTl^ J. BURKE.
Commissioners. â€” Mayor â€” Ex-officio President
Board Supervisors, Police Judge, and Chief of
Captains of Police â€” WiUiam Y. Douglass, J.
M. Welch, I. W. Lees, and vacancy
Regular PoZiceman.â€” Stephen N. Baker. John
M. Ball, Samuel F. Barber, B. S. Blitz, Benjamin
F. Bohen, G. G. Bradt, W. P. Brant, A. D.
Brown, D. B. Brown, W. P. Brown, J. 6. Chap-
pell, Alfred Clarke, John Coffey, James H. Con-
way, John R. Conway, Charles Cook, John C.
Colter, H. H. Ellis, L. Englander, John Evatt,
James Evrard, James Fitzharris, J. B. Forner,
* Number of Captains provided by law, four; salary,
$1,500 per annum, each; number of policemen, fifty;
salary, $1,200 per annum, each. In addition to the regu-
lar force of the department, there are a number of special
officers deputized, for duty in particular sections of the
city, who are paid by the owners of property on their
Andrew Glover, Sheldon S. Gordon, James H.
Hesse, Richard Horton, Andrew J. Hoyt, N. L,
Jehu, M. Lindhcimer, A. Marsh, W. Martin.
John McCraith, Robert McDougall, Charles Mc-
Millan, William F. Miles, Richard B. Monks, J.
A. Moore, Frederick J. Minson. John F. O'Brien,
John C. Park, Elias W. Pike, F. L. Post (prop-
erty clerk), Benj. Pratt, J. W. Shields, Isaac M.
Ward, W. B. Watkin, Phiietus C. Wilkinson, and
Special or Local Policemen. â€” Thomas Ans-
bro, W. A. Ashland, George Birdsall, Thomas M.
Blair, Thomas Bolster, 0. P. Boynton, D. W.
Buck, Joseph D. Butler, E. F. Clarkson, A. J.
Cox, Job T. Cramm, Geo. Dearlove, Emanuel De
Levere, William Devine, Curtis Durlam. William
J. Evatt, S. C. Fleming, C. M. Gaskin, John
Gibbons, Frank Gill. John C. Graham, James
Griffiths, George W. Harman, H. W. Hendrick-
son, John M. Hepworth, Henry Johnson, Peter
Johnson, Thos. King, Jno. J. Kohler, Wm. Little,
Jas. Lyon, Henry J. Melius, Louis Mitchell, L. W.
Noyes, Thos. O'Brien. .S. G. PhiUips, W. J. H.
Piper, D. H. Rand, G. H. Rose, E. J. Saulsbury,
T. Sawyer, J. H. Schermier, J. W. Schimp, S. D.
Simmons, William N. Smith, John H. Spooner,
William N. States, William Sweeny, John Wil-
lis, Alfred Wood, and J. P. Wynn.
Superintendent of Public Schools. â€” GEORGE
Board of Education.
President. â€” Wales L. Palmer.
Secretary. â€” D. H. Whittemore.
School Directors. â€” 1st District, Levi Ma stick ;
2d District, James H. Widber; 3d District, J. W.
Dodge ; 4th District, William Bartling: 5th Dis-
trict, Lafaj-ette Story; 6th District, James Bow-
man; 7th District, W. G. Badger; 8th District,
George Cofran; 9th District, Wales L. Palmer;
10th District, C. C. Knowles: 11th District, M.
Lynch ; 12th District, Joseph M. Wood.
The Fire Department of the City and County
of San Francisco is composed of fourteen Engine,
two Hook and Ladder and two Hose Com-
panies, numbering eight hundred and fifteen
members. Number of feet of hose 6.500 â€” of
which 4,000 feet is of an ordinary quality. Num-
ber of hydrants, 230. Expenditures of the Depart-
ment per annum, including the salaries of the
officers and bell-ringers of the department, repairs
* For the progress and present condition of the Public
Schools of San Francisco, see general review at the com-
mencement of the work.
Chief Engineer. â€” David Scauuell.*
}'\rst Assistant Engineer. â€” Edwin F. Stewart.
Second Assistant Engineer. â€” John G. Coraon.
Third Assistant Engineer. â€” Frank Evans.
Board ok Delegates. â€” President, Franklin
L.Jones; Secretary, Micbael Lynch ; Treasurer,
John S. St rat man.
Members. â€” Broderick 1, John Stratman, Thos.
II. Flanagan ; Manhattan 2, John Diiane, John
Buckley ; Howard .^, James MacGovern, Henry
Buchatan ; Caliloruia 4, Cornelius O'Connor,
Bernard T. Keenan ; Knickerbocker 5, Peter B.
Quinlan, James IJonovan ; Monumental 6, Geo.
II. llossefross, Edward T. Batturs ; Volunteer?,
Charles II. Field, George H. Irwiu ; Pacitic 8,
John Dreycr, T. 13. Robinson ; Vigilant 9, John
Brougham, William R. Cruniplon; Crescent 10,
Joseph Yoager, Francis Atkinson ; Columbian
11, C. V. Grey, B. C. Donnellan; Pennsylvania
12, Franklin L. Jones, J. II. Gardiner; Youug
America 13, M. Reed, J. C. L. Wads worth ;
Tiger 14, P. C. Wilkinson, Wm. Reed; St. Fran-
cis II. and L. 1, C. A. Craue, William N. States ;
Lafayette H. and L. 2, Joseph Haino, T. A.
Mitchell; Washington Hose, John H. Burns;
Liberty Hose, Thomas Sawyer.
Trustees Fire Department Charitable Fund. â€”
William McKibben, Jas. H. Cutter, Louis Cohn,
M. D. Boruck and Charles W. Freeman; Treas-
urer, James II. Cutter. Amount of Fund, May
6, 1862, $71,552 46. Amount paid for rchef
from June 17, 1861, to May, 5, 18G2, |2,985.
Board of Physicians and Surgeons â€” (Whose
services are given gratuitously.) â€” Dr. II. M.
Gray, President; Dr. A. B. Stout, Secretary;
Dr. F. A. Holman, Dr. H. TI. Toland, Dr. A. J.
Bowie, Dr. A. F. Sawyer, Dr. Charles Bertody,
Dr. John Hastings, Dr. 0. M. Hitchcock, Dr.
William Hammond, Dr. Isaac Rowell, Dr. S. R.
Harris and Dr. B. A. Sheldon.
Board of Fire Wardens. â€” The Chief Engineer
and Assistants, and Secretary of the Board of
Board of Foremen. â€” Chairman, Edward B.
Cotter of Broderick No. 1 ; Secretary, Thomas
H. Flanagan of Broderick No. 1.
Location, Caimcity, and Condition of Public
Cisterns. â€” Taylor, cor Clay, brick, f 50, 000 gal-
lons; Powell, cor Filbert, brick, f 30,000; Powell,
cor Green, brick, 30,000 ; Powell, cor Broadway,
brick, 30,000 ; Powell, cor Pacific, brick, 30,000;
Powell, cor Jackson, brick, 30,000 ; Powell, cor
Washington, brick, 30,000; Powell, cor Bush,
brick, f:!0,000 ; Powell, cor ElHs, brick, f 25,000;
Stockton, cor Union, brick, â– |-30,000 ; Stockton,
cor Green, cement, â€˘|'21,000 ; Stockton, corner
*The salary of tho Chief Engineer ia $4,000 per niinam.
Asaistaut Engineers, $600 per anniini, eacli. Bell riiixers,
$1,200 per annum. Secretary of tlie Board of Delegates,
$1,800 [)er aniinui. The umount provideJ liy the Coiiholi-
dation Act for tho maintenance of the Department is
$30,000 per annum. In addition to this sum the Act of
the Legislature of the State. April 26, 1802, authorized an
expenditure not to exceed $10,000 per annum for the erec-
tion of Hydrants and construction of Cisterns, and the
Act of April. 1802. authorized an appropriation of $12,000
for the purchase of Hose.
Vallejo, brick, f 28,000 gallons; Stockton, cor
Broakway, brick, f 28,000 ; Stockton, cor Pacitic,
brick, f 30,000 ; Stockton, cor Washington, ce-
ment, f 25,000; Stock, cor Clay, cement, f 25,000;
Dupont, comer Union, brick, 20,000; Dupont,
cor Green, brick, 32,000; Dupont, cor Vallejo,
brick, 30,000; Dupont, cor Broadway, brick,
35,000; Dupont, cor Pacific, brick, f 31, 000; Du-
pont, cor Jackson, wood, f30,000; Dupont, cor
Washington, cement, f 25,000 ; Dtipont, cor Clay,
cement, f 25,000 ; Dupont, cor Calilbrnla, brick,
30,000 ; Dupont, cor Bush, brick, 2!), 000 ; Kear-
ny, cor Pacilic, brick, â– |-30,000; Kearny, cor
Merchant, brick, â– |-30,000; Kearny, cor Sacra-
mento, brick, 30,000; Kearnv, cor California,
brick, f30,000 ; Kearny, cor Biish, brick, +27,000;
Kearny cor Post, brick, â– |-30,000 ; Montgomery,
cor Pacific, brick, 30,000 ; Montgomery, comer
Commercial, brick, +32,000 ; Montgonitry, cor
Washington, brick, +25,000 ; Montgomery, cor
California, brick, 33,000; Montgomery, cor Bush,
brick, +22,000; San, cor Pacific, brick, 25,000;
Sansom, corner Bush, brick, +30,000; Battery,
cor Bush, brick. 26,000; First, cor Jessie, wood,
25,000; First, cor Folsora, brick, +29,000; Mis-
sion, cor Third, brick, +30,000; Ecker, corner
Stevenson, brick, +29,000; Broadway, cor Ohio,
brick, +40,000; Sixteenth, cor Mission, brick,
+29,000 ; Dolores, cor Sixteenth, brick, +42,000;
Donahue's, First between Mission and Market,
>vood, 20,000 ; Junction Market and First, wood,
18,000 ; Folsom, cor Second, brick, 51,000.
Total number cisterns, 50. Total number gallons,
First District. â€” Bounded by Clark's Point and
Bay on the north and east, south by Jackson,
and west by Montgomery Street. Signal, one
stroke of the bell.
Second District. â€” Bounded north by the Bay,
east by Montgomery, south by Jackson, and
west by Larkin Street. Signal, two strokes of
Third District. â€” Bounded north by Jackson,
east by the Bay, south by Sacramento, and west
by Montgomery Street. Signal, three strokes of
Fourth District. â€” Bounded north by Jackson,
east by Montgomery, west by Larkin, and south
by Clay Street. Sigiuil, four strokes of the liell.
Fifth District. â€” Boiuided north by Sacramento,
cast by tho Bay, south by Market, and west by
Montgomery Street. Signal, live strokes of the
Sixth District. â€” Boimded north by Clay, east
by Montgomer}', south by Bush, and west by
Larkin Street. Signal six strokes of the bell.
Seventh District. â€” Bounded north by Market,
west by Fourth Street, and on the east and south-
west by Bay and Rincon Point. Signal, seven
strokes of tho bell.
Eighth District. â€” Bounded north by Bush, east
by Fourth, and extending to Mission Dolores.
Signal, eight strokes of the bell.
t Have hcen arched, and contain about 10,000 gallons
each less than before;
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY.
Bell Ringers. â€” James Riley, No. 5 ; Joshua A.
Creery, No. 6, and George W. Knowlton, No. 7.
Salary, $1,200 per annum, each.
Engine and Hook & Ladder Companies,
WITH THE OFFICERS THEREOF.
No. 1, Broderick Engine Company. â€” House
situated on southerly side of Sacramento Street,
near Kearny. Company organized April 14th,
1850; admitted into the Department June 4th,
1850. The house is two stories in hight; the
first story of granite and the second of brick;
constructed in the Tudor stylo of architecture.
The lot is 18 feet 9 inches by 68 feet 6 inches,
purchased by the city for $6,656. The house
was built by the city at a cost of $6,500, of which
amount the company expended $1,300. It is a
"Worth style of engine, and the first ever built in
this city or State. The engine is the property of
the ciiy, and cost $5,000; size of cylinders 85
inches; capacity 524-84 cubic inches. The com-
pany has thirty-four active members on their roll.
Stated meetings first Friday in each month. The
first foreman of No. 1 was David C. Broderick,
who was succeeded by John A. McGlynn, Geo.
W. Green, David Scannell and John Martin.
Officers â€” Foreman, Edward B. Cotter; Assist-
ant, Bernard Hagan; Secretary, John Brash;
Financial Secretary, Sam'l Lyons; Treasurer,
No. 2, Manhattan Engine Company. â€” House
situated on southerly side of Jackson Street,
between Montgomery and Kearny. Company
organized January 31st, 1854; admitted into the
Department February 4th, 1854. The house is
two stories in hight, the first is of granite and
the second of brick. The lot is 22 feet 6 inches
by 68 feet, and was purchased by the city and
cost $7,200, of which amount the company
expended $700. The company have now in
service a new second class engine, built by
Cowing & Co. Seneca Falls, N. Y. Size of cyl-
inders 8 J inches. Stroke 7^ inches. Cost $2,000.