NAME, Years Elected to City Council
JC Millan was on City Council from 1879-1882
Citizens (mixed ticket)2, also a member of the Workingmen's Party.3
J C Millan was the president of the Cigarmakers Association of the Pacific Coast. The "white cigarmakers" (not sure what this refers to) of Oakland, including Millan, formed a cooperative factory that stated working together in 1879.1
Millan's Cigarmakers' International Union of America signed on a 1901 petition by a group of over 3000 delegates in San Francisco that was delivered to Congress and the President asking them to reinstate the Chinese Exclusion Act.4
OTHER POSITIONS IN CITY GOVERNMENT
1. "WHITE CIGARMAKERS: Meeting of the Association Last Friday Evening." San Francisco Chronicle: Nov 30, 1879.
2. "THE OAKLAND ELECTION: Blethen Chosen Mayer -- A Close Vote in Several Wards." San Francisco Chronicle: March 15, 1881.
3. "A Congressional Convention." Sacramento Daily Union: Sep 1, 1880.
4. "For the Reenactment of the Chinese Exclusion Law: California's Memorial to the President ..." Government Printing Office, 1902.