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1,450 00

1,450 00

2,650 00

2,625 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

483 33

190 00

190 00

190 00

190 00

190 00

190 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,450 00

1,750 00

2,500 00

1,750 00

1,750 00

1,?50 00

1,712 50

583 33

1,450 00

1,450 00

2,000 00

3,500 00

84 00

33 00

40 0,0

120 00

40 00

155 00

145 00

15 00

100 00

21 82



$67,500 00



19

Tablk a — Continued.



Amounts brought forward

To Colonel J. H. Dickinson, Examining Board

To Colonel T. W. Sheehan, Examining Board

To Major-General George B. Cosby, sundry expenses on account of

State Armory

To Captain Robert Cleary, Regimental Headquarters expenses

To balance

Totals -



$(57,167 98

217 50

30 00

71 70

10 80

2 02



$67,500 00



$67,500 00



$67,500 00



TABLE B.
Appropriations and Expenditurks — Thirty-fifth Fiscal Year.



Salary of Adjutant- General.
July 1, 1883 — Amount of appropriation



Certified to George B. Cosby.



July 1, 1883-



Salary of Assistant Adjutant- General.

-Amount of appropriation

Certified to J. J. Tobin



Pay of Porter.

July 1, 1883 — Amount of appropriation __

Certified to S. P. Maslin

Certified to G. B. Cosby, Jr.



Postage and Expressage.

July 1, 1883 — Amount of appropriation

July 26, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosby

August 11, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosbv

October 10, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosby

October 10, 1883 — Certified to Wells, Fargo & Company.

November 14, 1883 — Certified to George B. Cosby

December 18, 1883 — Certified to George B. Cosby

January 23, 1884 — Certified to George B. Cosby

February 4, 1884— Certified to J. J. Tobin

March 20, 1884— Certified to George B. Cosby



$3,000 00



$3,000 00



$1,800 00



$1,800 00



$60 00
250 00



$300 00



$8 93

12 25
26 00

13 80
6 50
6 00

13 30

10 00

3 22

$100 00



$3,000 00



$3,000 00



$1,800 00



$1,800 00



$300 00



$300 00



$100 00



$100 00



20

Table B— Continued.



CleaniTU) and Transportation of Arms, Traveling and Contingent
Expenses of Adjutant- General, Thirty-fifth Fiscal Tear. \

Julv 1, 188.3 — Amount of appropriation

July 26, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosb)-

August 11, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosby

August 11, 1883— Certified to J. J. Tobin...!

October 10, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosby

October 10, 1883— Certified to J. J. Tobin

November 14, 1883 — Certified to George B. Cosby

November 20, 1883 — Certified to Capital lee and Coal Company

December 18, 1883— Certified to C. A. Sawtelle '.

December 18, 1883— Certified to W. A. Caswell

December 18, 1883— Certified to George B. Cosby

December 18, 1883— Certified to J. J. Tobin

December 18, 1883 — Certified to Central Pacific Railroad Company.

December 18, 1883— Certified to B. Kiernan

January 23, 1884— Certified to George B. Cosby

January 23, 1884— Certified to J. J. Tobin...."

February 4, 1884— Certified to George B. Cosby

Februarv4, 1884— Certified to J. J. Tobin

March 20, 1884— Certified to George B. Cosbv

March 29, 1884— Certified to J.J. Tobin '.

April 4, 1884— Certified to Wells, Fargo k Company

April 4, 1S84 — Certified to B. Kiernan ,

June 3, 1884— Certified to George B. Cosby

June 27, 1884— Certified to J. J. Tobin

July 14, 1884 — Certified to Union-Record Publishing Company

July 14, 1884- Certified to B. Kiernan

July 14, 1884- Certified to George B. Cosby

August 12, 1884— Certified to George B. Cosby

October 10, 1884 — Certified to Oakland Times" Publishing Company.
To balance



Totals.



Amount allowed for Armory Rents and other Expenses of the National
Guard of California, Thirty-fifth Fiscal Year, 1883-1884.

Amount of appropriation

To Division Headquarters

To First Brigade Headquarters

To Second Brigade Headquarters

To Third Brigade Headquarters

To Fourth Brigade Headquarters

To Fifth Brigade Headquarters

To Sixth Brigade Headquarters

To First Infantry Regiment Headquarters

To Second Artillery Regiment Headquarters

To Third Infantry Regiment Headquarters

To Fifth Infantry Battalion Headquarters

To First Artillery Regiment Headquarters

To San Diego City Guard, First Brigade

To Eagle Corps of Los Angeles, First Brigade

To Company "'A," First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Comj)any "B," First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company '• C' First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "D," First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "' E,'' First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade .'

To Company " F," First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company " G," First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "H," First Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Comjiany '"A," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "B," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "C," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade

To Companj' "D," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "E," Second Artillerj' Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company' "F," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade



$40 30
32 75

20 00
47 40
18 50
55 05

14 45
6 20
9 75

32 30

5 80

55 24

15 00
32 00

16 50
13 00

21 00
62 58
11 50

4 85

15 00

131 15

35 80

9 75

15 00

9 10

2 40

2 78

, 15 85



$750 00




$600 00

120 00

1,680 00

60 00

360 00

60 00

60 00

780 00

780 00

527 00

240 00

660 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

.1,444 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

1.444 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

2,644 00

2,644 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

1,444 00

1,444 00



$67,500 00



Amounts carried forward I $31,431 00 i $67,500 00



21



Table B — Continued.



Amounts brought forward

To Company "G," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade.
To Company "H," Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade

To Cadets, Second Artillery Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "A," Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade..
To Company '• B," Third Infantry Eegiment, Second Brigade..
To Company "C," Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade ..
To Company " D," Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade ..
To Comi)any '• E," Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade ..
To Company "F," Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade ..

To Cadets, Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade

To Company "A," Fifth Infantry Battalion, Second Brigade

To Comjiany '• B," Fifth Infantry Battalion, Second Brigade

To Company " C," Fifth Infantry Battalion, Second Brigade

To Company "D," Fifth Infantry Battalion, Second Brigade

To San Francisco Hussars (unattached), Second Brigade

To Oakland Light Cavalry (unattached). Second Brigade

To Stockton Guard (unattached), Third Brigade

To Company '• A," First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Company "B," First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Company " C," First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Company "E," First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Company "F," First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Company "G,"' First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Cadets, First Artillery Regiment, Fourth Brigade

To Chico Guard (unattached). Fifth Brigade

To Eureka Guard (unattached), Sixth Brigade

To Captain Douglas Gunn, Examining Board

To Colonel J. H. Dickinson, Examining Board

To Colonel W. R. Smedberg, Examining Board

To Colonel T. W. Sheehan, Examining Board

To Colonel J. J. Tobin, travelling expenses per S.

To J. T. Stoll, repairing saddles

To A. Flohr, repairing arms

To Chas. Sonntag & Company, for blank cartridges

To P. "W. Sheehan, drayage

Totals



$31,431 00


$67,500 00


1,444


00




1,444


00




483


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




173


44




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,444


00




1,519


00




2,644


00




1,519


00




1.027


00




1,519


00




1,519


00




494


00




1,444


11




1,444


00




19


00




202


80




82


50




82


50




72


15




26


00




65


00




67


50




7


00




$67,500


00


$67,500 00



State of California, \

County of Sacramento. J

George B. Cosby, Adjutant-General, being duly sworn, says: That the amounts certified to
in the foregoing tables under the head of postage, expressage, and cleaning and transportation
of arms, traveling and contingent expenses of the Adjutant-General, were expended for the
purposes above mentioned, to the best of his knowledge and belief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,
Adjutant-General, California.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this seventeenth day of November, 1884.

W. S. Lkake,
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.



22



Total military property of
the State August 1, 1884




Accounted for by affidavit —
Expended in service and
lost -_ __- . _








Condemned by Board of Sur-


1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 <N <M 1 i Ill






Returned to United States,








In possession of colleges, in-
dependent companies, etc-




In possession of National
Guard of California




In State Armory August 1,
1884 -_


r-{M li-l,-He<li-He<5T»HTt<i-(i— lOOC^CO ICCCOe^r^ IIM lr-CTj(i-(






Total to be accounted for


■-I CO r-^ (M CC e^ <M CO CO CO 1 rt IM ^


Purchased by the State since








Taken up since last report




Received from the United
States since last report




Total military property of
the State at last report


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i-icoi-i Mco wescococo eq f-iM-H


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Light 12-tt) guns

10-lb Parrot guns

12-R) howitzers

3-ineh wrought guns

Carriages and limbers, 10 lbs

Caissons .-.

Spare wheels

Spare poles -.-

Forges

Battery wagon

Wheel harness

Lead harness

Axes (felling)

Sponge buckets .

Tar buckets

Water buckets

Handsjiikes

Gunner's gimlets

Lint stocks

Priming wires



23



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24



Total military property of
the State August 1, 1884




Accounted for by affidavit — 1 1 i I 1 i r-. r- i c i i i i i i ■ ■

Expended in service and ! ! 1 1 ! ! ! 1 ! ! 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ! ! 1 ! 1 1 ! 1 ! 1
lost 11111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


Condemned by Board of Sur-








Returned to United States,


1 1 O CO 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i X 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1




11111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


In possession of colleges, in-
dependent companies, etc.__




1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I it< 1 e<) 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ^ 1 1 c 1 1 1


In possession of National
Guard of California


50C0«0Tf(<M(MMe<IOOC-J.— 00«-»<^XXl-OCit - ^<X^t~ 1 1
X^X_^CC r3<^ T)<CC CCTjIi-ir-^CCTTSStr-iO -* II

e^Te^ CO 1 1


In State AnnoiT August 1,
1884


1 1 1 1 IXX ICCiO.-llMMCOCOOs(M 1 1 1 1 IO-*CO 1 li* 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 t- t- (M M T^ T}< O ^ C5 1 1 1 1 1 Tj< Ttl X 1 1^ 1
"1111 1 PJi-l 1— r-t— IIIIlM i-HII 1






Total to be accounted for


e0«C«0'*M'0i0Nr-i-5)<i0e0XX<0C0OXXJ:~«:0Jt-X->#i-lt-'^i-l
r-ICOtC50e<5CC>«XXX'SC005CCOi-OC01>-^-*r-lO>i-l

00 oq^x ^-^ ir - * Tf(cc!^:^?o-*c<it-t - ^5D
cic^" CO


Purchased by the State since
last report








Taken up niuce last i-eport




Eeceived from the United
States since last report




Total military property of
the State at last report


CC«0t0Tj(C^O>0<N— i->t'OC0XX=CC0cCXXl:-tOO5t~X'S(rt»-rJ(r-l

i-lt0^tC;0«D>nXXX50C0Ot0«0i~OC01:-i-IT)<r-105p-l

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cq^cs" co"


1
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Screwdrivers (large)

Shelldrivers

Wiping rods (brass)

Gun covers!

Springfield rifles, cal. 45

Extractors for H. C. shells

Screwdrivers

Spring vises

Tumbler punches

Breech block cap screws

Bridles

Bridle screws

Ejector springs __

Ejector spring spindles

Extractors ^ ■.

Firing pins '.

Firing pin screws

Firing pin springs

Main springs

Sear springs

Sear screws

Tumbler screws

Wi))ing rods

Rear sight base screws



25









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26



Total military property of
the State August 1, 18S4.._




Accounted for by affidavit-
Expended in service and
lost


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oooocni-iiiiicOl iiii iii>iOii

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Condemned by Board of Sur-
vey and sold


to m 1 1 1 I 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 i

o o 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1






Returned to United States,


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II llllllr-.e^l CSt)( MOtO IllltOl






In possession of colleges, in-
dependent companies, etc._


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OOMtCMllliltr^lCqiliM C<3l-q< illill
r-l IlllieSl IIIM 1


In possession of National
Guard of California


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coM<ico 11 iiiiirtiii-ies iiiii


In State Armory August 1,

1884 . _ . _


105
105

60
12
45
39

30"
139

86

56"

192

14,000




Total to be accounted for


M«D00c0OC^CD^O0Sff^tOOO00rHM'^C^?0C0c0,-HC0C^C50iO
■tfOOrttO .-l5DiOQO-^C<)00(N-*CO-:Jll>-0-Hrta5 4005000


Purchased by the State since








Taken up since last report




Received from the United
States since last report


1 1 I 1 1 I I i i i i i i i i i ' ! i i i i i i i i i '


Total military property of
the State at last report


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40 t-;_M< T(< -^M eS05 lOt-OJ 1-10500

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Property.


Waist belts

Waist belt plates

Cap boxes and picks-.-

Gun slings

Knapsacks

Drums

Drumsticks

Cadet rifles

Springfield rifles, cal. 50

Springfield muskets, cal. 58

Springfield muskets, cal. 69

Musketoons

Muskets (Harper's Ferry)

Muskets (flint lock)..

Whitney rifles, cal. 54

Bayonets

Bayonets (sword)

Bullet molds

Wipers

Tompions '

Extra cones

Ball screws

Bench vise

12-lt). shot (fixed)

12-lt). cannister

Ball cartridges, cal. 45

Ball cartridges, cal. 58

Ball cartridges, cal. 54



27



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Inspectors Rifle Practice


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Commissaries


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First Brigade.

Eagle Corps (Unattached)

Co. "B" City Guard (Unattached),.,

Second Brigade.

First Infantry Regiment

Company "A"

Company " B"

Company "C"

Company "D"

Company " E"

Company "F"

Company " G "

Coinpany "H".

Second Artillery Regiment

Company "A" Gatling Battery

Company " B" Light Battery

Company " C "

Company " D "

Comjiany " E"

Company "F"

Company "G"

Company "H"

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Fifth Infantry Battalion

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Oakland Light Cavalry

Third Brigade.

Stockton Guard (Unattached)

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TABLE E.
Enrolled Militia of California for the Year 1 883.



Number
Enrolled
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Counties.



Number
Enrolled
in 1883.



Alameda j 7,275

Alpine I 47

Amador 1,543

Butte 1,768

Calaveras 1,377

Colusa 2,205

Contra Costa 2,451

Del Norte. 299

El Dorado - 1,152

Fresno 994

Humboldt 2,420

Inyo 530

Kern 844

Lake 2,083

Lassen 510

Los Angeles 6,183

Marin 1,765

Mariposa 476

Mendocino j 1,605

Merced ] 766

Modoc i 457

Mono I 1,250

Monterey ! 2,194

Napa i 1,503

Nevada 3,724

Placer 2,271

Plumas.- 88f



Sacramento

San Benito .

San Bernardino

San Diego

San Francisco

San Joaquin

San Luis Obispo

San Mateo

Santa Barbara

Santa Clara

Santa Cruz

Shasta

Sierra

Siskiyou

Solano

Sonoma

Stanislaus

Sutter

Tehama

Trinitv

Tulare

Tuolumne

Ventura

Yolo

Yuba

Total



4,917

603
1,980

989
35,251
4,788
1,227
1,038
1,667
1,621
1,607

996
1,039
1,192
2,613
2,944

768

971
1,872

520
1,359
1,601

928
2,377
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