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Chief of Staff, Col. Wm. M. Cross. Okla-
homa City.

Pacific Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. Tyree
H. Bell, Fresno, Cal.

Texas Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. K. M.
Vanzandt, Fort Worth; Adj. -Gen. and
Chief of Staff, Col. S. P. Greene, Fort
Worth.

Membership about 45,000.
The purpose of the society is strictly so-
cial, literary, historical and benevolent.

UNITED SONS OF CONFEDERATE

VETERANS.

(Organized July 1, 1896.)

Commander-in-Chief Thomas P. Stone.

Waco, Tex.
Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff R. C.

King, Waco, Tex.

Army of Northern Virginia Department
Com'der, J. N. Gathright, Louisville. Ky.
Army of Tennessee Department Command-
er. Nathan B. Forrest, Jr., Memphis,
Tenn.

Trans-Mississippi Department Commander.
Rev. W. D. Buekner, Pine Bluffs, Ark.



MILITARY ORDER OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES.
(Instituted Dec. 27, 1894.)



OFFICEBS OF THE NATIONAL COMMANDERY.

Commander-General Maj.-Gen. Alexander

Stewart Webb, U. S. A.
Vice Commanders-General Maj.-Gen. Chas.

If. Roe, U. S. V.; Brig.-Gen. William W.

H. Davis, U. S. V.; A. Floyd Delaneid:

Capt. S. E. Gross; Horace Davis; Rod-

ney Macdonoagb; Col. T. V. Kessler, U.

S. V.; Col. H. Ashton Ramsay; Admiral

John G. Walker, U. S. N.; Maj.-Gen. H.

A. Axline, O. N. G. ; Col. Milton Moore,

U. S. V.; Capt. Frank L. Greene, U. S.

V.; George Ben Johnston; Capt. Stephen

Waterman, U. S. V.; Commander John W.

Bostick, L. N. K.; Brig.-Gen. William J.

McKee, U. S. V.
Secretary-General Col. James H. Morgan,

St. Paul building, New York.
Deputy Secretary-General Maj. David

Banks, Jr., New York.
Treasurer-General Lieut. Edward S. Sayres,

P. N. G., 217 South 3d street. Philadelphia.
l>eputy Treasurer-General James T. Sands,

St. Louis.
Registrar-General Capt. Henry N. Wayne,

V. S. A., Armonk, .N. Y.



Historian-General Capt. Samuel E. Gross

Chicago.
Judge-Advocate General Frank M. Avery,

New York.
Chaplain-General Rev. C. Ellis Stevens,

LL.D., D. C. L., Philadelphia.
Recorder-GeneralCharles Doolittle Wal-

cott, Washington, D. C.

Commanderies have been established in
twenty states and territories. Total mem-
bership about 1,600.

The order is a military organization with
patriotic objects, having for its scope the
period of American history since national
Independence. It stands for the needed and



against foreign aggression. The principal
feature of the order is the perpetuating of
the names, as well as the services, of com-
missioned officers who served in either the
war of the revolution, the war with Tripoli,
the war of 1812, the Mexican war or the war
with Spain. Veteran companionship Is con-
ferred upbn such officers and hereditary
companionship upon their direct lineal de-
scendants in the male line.



Commander-in-Chief- -Gen. Robert S. Dyren-
forth, Washington. D. C.

Chief of Staff Walter L. French, Massa-
chusetts.

Adjutant-General A. C. Hawley, Washing-
ton, D. C.



UNION VETERANS' UNION.
(Organized 1885.)



Assistant Adjutant-GeneralCharles W.
Bowman, Colorado.

Quartermaster-General Fred F. Bogla,
Washington, D. C.

Judge-Advocate General E. B. Payne, Wash-
ington, D. C.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Inspector-General Thomas Ilayward.
Chief Mustering Officer Hugh Stewart, New

York.

At the national convention of the society
In Washington, Oct. 10, the delegates from
Illinois, Iowa. Michigan, Ohio, Pennsyl-
vania and New York, under the leadership
of Gen. B. F. Hutchinson of Rochester,
N. Y., withdrew from the organization with
the Intention of affiliating with the Massa-
chusetts department, which withdrew iii 1901.



WOMAN'S VETERAN RELIEF UNION.

(Auxiliary to Union Veterans' Union.)

President Mrs. Annie R. Cannehill, Ak-
ron, O.

Senior Vice-PresidentMrs. Sarah E. Beach,
Washington, D. C.

Junior Vice-President Mrs. Alma Fergu-
son, Chicago.

Chaplain Mrs. Beckie Young, Iowa.



OTHER SOCIETIES OF THE CIVI1 WAR.



UNION VETERANS' LEGION.
National Commander G. W. Spahr, Indian-
apolis, Ind.
Senior Vice-Commander Ricard O' Sullivan

Burke, Chicago.

Quartermaster-General J. M. Keyser, Pitts-
burg, Pa.

National President Ladies' Auxiliary-
Frances Taggart Baker, Buffalo, N. Y.
Next convention at Dayton, O., in Octo-
ber, 1903.

GERMAN ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS.
President William Embs, Pittsburg. Pa.
Vice-PresidentJulius Franz, Dallas, Tex.
Secretary Mylius Langehahn, Cleveland.
Treasurer Martin Gass, Cincinnati, O.

UNITED STATE'S SIGNAL CORPS AS-
SOCIATION.
President Lieut. George C. Rounds, Ma-

nassas, Va.
Secretary and Treasurer Charles DeWitt

Marcy, Boston.



Historian J. Willard Brown, East Boston,

Mass.
ChaplainCyrus S. Balton. Cameron, Mo.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NAVAL

VETERANS.

(Organized in New York city, January, 1887.)
Commodore Commanding W. Scott Smith,

Washington. D. C.

Fleet Captain George McNeil, Chicago.
Fleet Engineer C. F. Briggs, KocKford,

Fleet Chaplain Ale'xander McWilliams. De-
troit. Mich.

LADIES' NAVAL VETERANS' NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION.

Captain Commanding Mrs. S. E. Reynolds,
Eaton, O.

Commander Mrs. Ada Shannon, Philadel-
phia, Pa.

Secretary MM. Jennie Laird, Providence,
R. I.

Chief of Staff Mrs. Margaret B. Dixon,
Detroit, Mich.



SERVICE MEN OF THE SPANISH WAR.
(Organized Nov. 5, 1898.)

Commander-in-Chief George M. Moulton,
Chicago, 111.

Senior Vice-CommanderJames G. Field,
Colorado.

Junior Vice-Commander Martin. Scherer,
Missouri.

Adjutant-GeneralWilson I. Davenny, 2781
North Paulina street, Chicago, 111.

Quartermaster-General W. H. I>avis, Penn-
sylvania.

Surgeon-General H. B. Baguley, West Vir-
ginia.

Judge-Advocate General T. J. Thompson,
California.

Historian-GeneralFelix J. Streyekmans,
Illinois.

Commissary -General Sherman Bell, Colo-
rado.

Chaplain-General S. R. J. Hoyt, Iowa.

Sergeant-M-ajor M. MacKinnon, Jr., Iowa.

Officer of the Day R. J. Bates, Michigan.

Quartermaster-Sergeant E. E. Evans, Penn-
sylvania.

Sergeant of the Guard Lloyd D. Clapham,
Indiana.

Sentinelw-Herman A. Finke, Missouri.

Council of Administration The elective of-
ficers and H. F. Huber, California; W.
Lee Capps, Illinois, and Albert Gilbert.
New York.
The objects of the association are to <e-

ment the friendships formed during the war

with Spain and to promote the sentiment

of fraternity among the soldiers, sailors

and marines who were united in the con-
flict that ended Spanish rule in Cuba and

extended the blessings of "American five-



SOCIETIES OF THE SPANISH WAR.



dom. to foster fealty to the United States
of America and to contribute toward the
continuance of a republican form of gov-
ernment.

Every officer and enlisted man of the
army and navy of the United States who
served in the war with Spain or in the
Philippine war incident thereto is eligible
to membership.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SPANISH

AMERICAN WAR VETERANS.

(Organized Dec. 14, 1S99.)

Commander-in-Chief Col. D. John Foster.
Chicago.

Senior Vice-Commander Col. Thomas F.
Lynch. New York.

Junior Vice-Commander Maj. Harry Hall,
Philadelphia.

Inspector-General Capt. Ellis Duncan,
Louisville, Ky.

Judge-Advocate General Capt. Newton W.
Gilbert, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Surgeon-General Maj. William P. Love,
Youngstown, O.

Commissary-General L. F. Hubbard. St.
Paul, Minn.

Chief Engineer Capt. Frank S. Clark. In-
dianapolis.

Chief Mustering Officer Capt. Charles J.
Schultz. New Jersey.

Chief Signal Officer Lieut. John McLennan,
Michigan.

Chief of Artillery W. M. Lee, Wisconsin.

Chaplain-in-Chief J. C. Schindle, Youngs-
town, O.

Adjutant-General Capt. J.J.Oalrns, Chicago.

Quartermaster-General Capt. James O.
Freid, Youngstown, O.



NAVAL MILITIA OF ILLINOIS.



117



ORDER OF SANTA CLARA.
Incorporated at Albany, N. Y.. Feb. 17,
1902: membership composed of otlice.s and
former officers of the army and uavy who
took part in the campaign of 1898 in Santa
Clara aud Puerto Principe. Directors Maj.
Carter P. Johnson, Fort Leavenworth, Has. ;
Lieut. Thomas W. Ryan, U. S. N., Asiatic
station; Capt. George P. Ahearn, Manila;
Dr. Maximilian Lund, late U. S. N., New
York city; Capt. John F. Madden, Fort
Sheridan, and Lieut. Grover Flint, U. S.
V., Boston.



SOCIETY OF SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Conunander-in-Chief Col. M. Emett Urell,

Washington, D. C.
Senior Vice-Commander-in-Chief Harold C.

McGrew, Indianapolis, Ind.
Junior Vice-Commander-in-Chlef Champ S.

Andrews, New York ity.
Judge-Advocate General Capt. Hamilton

Ward. Jr.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Inspector-General I. N. Kinney, Bay City.

Mich.
Surgeon-GeneralLouis L. Sjeaman, New

York city.

Sponsor Miss Clara Barton, Glen Echo, Md.
Council of Administration George T. Gas-
ton, Michigan; G. L. Shorey, District



of Columbia; J. T. Hilton, New Jersey;
Charles Leinbach, Brooklyn; Capt. H. A.
F. Young, New York; Carl Gunster. Penn-
sylvania; H. D. Green, Pennsylvania; J.
H. WUSBOW, Wisconsin; J. W. Carver,
Maim-: F. G. Beach. Connecticut; H. L.
Sutterly, New Jersey.



NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF

THE PHILIPPINES.
(Organized Aug. 13, 1900.)

President Brig. -Gen. Irving Hale, Denver,
Col.

First Vice-PresidentLieut. Donald Mac-
Rae, Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Second Vice-PresidentBrig. -Gen. Alfred S.
Frost, E"vanstou, 111.

Third Vice-President Brlg._-Gen. Charles
King, Milwaukee, Wis.

Fourth Vice-PresidentCol. J. W. Pope.
Denver, Col.

Fifth Vice-President Bvt. Brig.-Gen. Wild-
er S. Metcalf, Lawrence, Kas.

Sixth Vice-President Capt. H. A. Crow,
Connellsville, Pa.

Secretary Frederick M. Schutte, Endlcott
building, St. Paul, Minn.

Treasurer C. B. Lewis, Denver. Oil.

Chaplain The Rev. Charles Mailley, Ne-
braska.



SURVIVORS OF THE UNION ABMY AND NAVY IN THE CIVIL WAR.



The probable number of survivors of the union army and navy in the war of the rebellion
on June 30 for a series of years is estimated in a table prepared by Gen. F. C. Ainsworth, chief
of the record and pension office, war department, as follows:



1U02 930,380

1903 894,586

1904 858,002

1905 820,687



1906 782,723

1907 744,196

1908 716,197

1909 665,832



1910 62fi.231

1915 429,727



1920 ....251,727



1925 116,073



1830 37,033

1935 6,2%

1940.... 340



1945



ILLINOIS NATIONAL GUARD.



(Commissioned officers,
Commander-in-Chief Richard Yates.
Adjutant-General Brig.-Gen. Jag. B. Smith.
Assistant Adjutant-GeneralCol. Theodore

Evert.
First Brigade (Headquarters Chicago)

Brig.-Gen. Geo. M. Moulton, commanding.
Second Brigade (Headquarters Mattoou)

Brig.-Gen. Horace S. Clark, commanding.
Third Brigade (Headquarters Moline) Brig.-
Gen. William Clendinin, commanding.
First Infantry (Headquarters Chicago) Col.

J. B. Sanborn, commanding.
Second Infantry (Headquarters Chicago)

Col. James E. Stuart, commanding.
Third Infantry (Headquarters Rpekford)

Col. Arthur E. Fisher, commanding.
Fourth Infantry (Headquarters- Springfield)

Col. J. Mack Tanner, commanding.
Fifth Infantry (Headquarters Springfield)

Col. James S. Culver, commanding.
Sixth Infantry (Headquarters Chicago) Col.

D. .Tack Foster, commanding.
Seventh Infantry (Headquarters Chicago)

Col. Daniel Moriarlty, commanding.



455; enlisted men, 6,690.)

Eighth Infantry (Colored, Headquarters
Chicago) Col. John It. Marshall, com-
manding.

First Cavalry (Eight Troops, Chicago) Col.
Edward C. Young, commanding.

Artillery Battalion (Headquarters Danville)
Maj. Oscar P. Yeager, commanding.

Signal Corps (Chicago) Capt. John W. Mc-
Connell, commanding.

Medical Department (Attached to the Vari-
ous Commands) Col. Nicholas Senn, sur-
geon-general commanding.

Inspector-General Col. George M. Moulton,
Chicago.

General Inspector of Rifle Practice Col. H.
S. Dietrich, Chicago.

Judge-Advocate General Col. E. R. Bliss,
Chicago.



National Guard Association of Illinois
President, Adjutant-General James B.
Smith; secretary, Capt. S. K. Blanchard,
Ottawa.



NAVAL MILITIA OF ILLINOIS.



Capt. H. A. Allen (headquarters Chicago),
commanding.

Commander ('apt. Samuel E. Darby, com-
manding 1st ship's crew, Chicago.

Commander W. Dwight Wiman, command-
ing 2d ship's crew, Moline.



First, 2d, 3d and 4th divisions, 1st ship's

crew, Chicago.

First division, 2d ship's crew, Moline.
Second division, 2d ship's crew. Hock Island.
Third division, 2d ship's crew Alton.
Fourth division, 2d ship's crew, Quincy.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMAN'AC AND YEAH BOOK FOR 1903.



EFFECTIVE FIGHTING SHIPS OF THE GREAT NAVIES.
[Based on compilation by Sidney Graves Koon In Leslie's Weekly Oct. 16, 1902.]



CLASS.



EngJand.



U.S.



Italy.



Japan.



Battleships F'st class.

Second class

Coast defense

Armored cruisers

Protected cruisers-
First class

Second class

Total...



JVo.



Tons.



313600
310730



Tons.



22 1844U9
49109



,st; (IS k42



A'o. {Tons.
'X 2J047S



_. 63018
_9

65 1 512083



Vans.



.7. ;>'. i



No. \ Tons.
8207750
8 61 US



35082



No.\Tons.

16i 196402



5 2i

t; 397*7



A'o.



..
S5-.HIO



58286
10280



27206304



Guns carried
Twelve-inch and over
Eieht to twelve incli.

Four to eight inch

Under four inch

Total.



226
173

1.887
4.253

6.539



73

70

962

1,604



93

97

585

1,542



84
142

586
1,660



184

447



2,709



2,317



2,472



45
87

380

_I 79 _
1.271



888



NAVIES OF ALL THE NATIONS.

In this list are Included, in most in-
stances, all the vessels, both effective and
ttoneffective, built and building, of all
countries that own navies. The figures are
from Bi-assey's Naval Annual for 1902 and
the Statesman's Year Book for the same
year.

Co

Arge
Austria



Brazil

Chile

China



itry. I


JMjw.


Country. Shi


tina


.. 45


Morocco


a


..107


Netherlands


ria


.. 14


Norway




. . 40


Paraguay




.. 43


IVisia




.. 9


Peru


bia


.. 3




Rica.,...


.. 2


Ru-ssia




.. 55


Santo Domingo....




.. 6






. 9






..366


Spain


inv


..259


Sweden


Britain..


..625


Turkey




.. 5


United States




. 349






117




o ..


.. 12





NEW VESSELS AUTHORIZED.
According to Notes on Naval Progress
issued by the United States Navy depart-
ment in July, 1902, the following ships are
provided for by the naval budgets or the
principal powers for 1902-1903:
England Battleships, 2; armored cruisers,
2; third-class cruisers, 2; scouts, 4; tor-
pedo-boat destroyers, 9; torpedo boats, 4;
submarines, 4.
France Battleships, 1; armored cruisers, 2;

destroyers, 2; torpedo boats, 16.
Germany Battleships, 2; armored cruis-
ers, 1; small cruisers, 3; gunboats, 2;
torpedo-boat destroyers, 6. (These were
laid down in 1902, according to old build-
ing programme.)

Italy Battleships, 3; colliers, 2: torpedo-
boat destroyers, 2; submarine, 1; sea-
going torpedo boats, 4; repair ships, 1.
Japan Torpedo boats, 7.
Russia Carrying out the programme of

1899; no new ships authorized.
United States Battleships, 2; armored
cruisers, 2; gunboats, 2.



BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRODUCED IN 1900 AND IN 1901.
[From the Publishers' Weekly.]



UNITED STATES.



DIVISION".



1900. 1901.



GREAT BRITAIN.



1900.11901.



Fiction

Li terature and collected works ...

Juvenile

Education

Law

Theology and religion-.

Poetry a nd drama

Biography, correspondence

Medicine, hygiene

Physical and niathematic'l science

History

Political and social science

Description, geography . travel
Fine arts; illustrated gift books...

Useful arts

I'hilosopby

Sports and amusements

Domestic and rural

Humor and satire

Works of reference

Total



!)14 Theology, sermons, biblical, etc...
a 1 .'? 1 Educational, classical and philo-

484 1 1 logical

52!t Novels, tales and juvenile works..

4SO Law, jurisprudence, etc

476j Political and social economy.



trade, etc.
Arts, sciences and illustrated

works .



Voyages, travels, geographical re-



S40
180

250!

26t|| search

244 History, biography, etc

202 Poetry and the drama

157 Year books and serials ra vol-

160 umes

96; Medicine, surgery, etc



64

5("

42

30

5.4%



Belles-lettres, essays, mono-



graphs, etc.

Ais -



Miscellaneous, including pain

phlets, not sermocs

Total....



613

1.563

101

380
385

174

601

296

410

ise

289
177



441

541

1.513

109

351
310

174

43S
2K

344
169



70



THE NATIONAL (SOVKRXMKXT.



JTIjc National (Gobcrnmrut.



[Corrected to
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

President, Theodore Roosevelt (N. Y.)... $50,000
Sec. to the President, Geo. B. Cortelyou
(N. Y.) ......................... '. .......... 5.000

Vice- President (vacant) ..................... 8.0UO

U.S.Dist.Marshal, Aulick Palmer (IX C.). C.OUO

DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Secretary, John Hay (D. C.) ................ 8.000

Asst.Sec., David J. Hill (N.Y.) ............. 4.500

Second Asst. Sec., Alvey A. Adee (D. C.). . 4,000
Third Asst,. Sec., Herbert H. D. Peirce

(Mass.) ..................................... 4,000

Solicitor, Win. L. Pentield (Ind.) ............ 4,5(Xt

Awtttant Solicitor, Frederick Van Dyne

(N.Y.) ....................................... 2.500

Chief Clerk, Win. H. Michael (Neb.) ....... 3,000

Chief t>f Diplomatic Bureau, Sydney Smith

(D.C.) ........................ : .............. 2,100

Chief Consular Bureau, William J. Carr

(N.Y.) ....................................... 2,100

Chief of Bureau of Indexes and Archives,

Pendleton King(N.C.) .................... 2,100

Chief of Bureau of Accounts, Thomas Mor-

rison (N.Y.) ............................... 2,300

Chief of Bureau of Foreign Commerce,

Frederic Emory (Md.) ..................... 2,100

Chief of Bureau of Bulls and Library, An-

drew H. Allen (N.C.) ..................... 2,100

Chief of Bureau of Appointments, Robert

Brent Mosher(Ky.) ............... . ........ 2,100

Chief, of Bureau of Passports, Gaillard

Hunt (La.) ........ . ....... ..... . .......... 1.800

2,100



Trnn,1ntoro J Henry L. Thomas (N.Y.)...
Translators | Jonn s . Martin, Jr. (Pa.)



Pn>afe Sec. to Sec. of State, E. J. Bab-
cock (N. Y.) ................................ 2,250

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Secretary, Leslie M. Shaw (Iowa) .......... 8,000

Private Sec.. Robt. B. Armstrong (Iowa).. 2,250
Asst. Sec., M. E. Ailes (O.) .................. 4,500

Asst. Sec., Horace A. Taylor (Wis.) ......... 4,500

Asst. Sec.. O. L. Spaulding(Mich.) ......... 4,500

Chief Clerk, W. H. Hills (N. Y.) ............ 8,000

Chief of Appt.Div., Chas. Lyman (Conn.). 2,750
Chief of Warrants Div.. W. F. Maclennan. 3,500
Chief Pub. Moneys Dh'., Eugene B.Daskam 2,500
Chief of Customs Div., Andrew Johnson

(W. Va.) ..................................... 2,750

Chief of Rev. Cutter Div., Charles F. Shoe-

maker (N. Y.) .............................. 2,500

Chief of Stationery. Printing and Blanks

/>i?'., tieo. Simmons (IX C.) ............... 2,500

Chief of Loans an d( 'urrency Dir., Andrew

T.'Hiintington (Mass.) ................... 3.000

Chief of Misc. Div.. Lew hi Jordan (Ind.).. . 2,500
government Actuary, Jos. 8. McCoy (N.J.) 2,000

Supervising Architect's Office.
Supervising Architect, Jas. K.Taylor (Pa.) 4,500

Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Director. William M. Meredith (111.) ....... 4,500

Aast. Director. Thomas J. Sullivan (D. C.). 2,250
Sui>t. Eiujrai'ing Div., John 11. Hill (N.Y.) 3,00

Office Steamboat Inspector.
Superrising Inspector, James A. Dumont.. 3,500

Bureau of Statistics.
Chief, Oscar P. Austin (D. C.) .............. 3,000

Life-Saving Service.
Gen'ISupt., S. I. Kimball (Me.) ............ 4,000

Asst., Horace L. Piper (Me.) ................ 2,500

Register of the Treasury.
Register. Judson W. Lyons (Ga.) ........... 4.000

.Asst., Cyrus F. Adams (111.) ................. 2.250



Dec. 26, 1902.]

Comptroller of the Treasury.

Comptroller, Robt. J. Tracewell (Ind.) $5,000

Aunt.. Leander P. Mitchell (Ind.) 5.000

Chief Clerk, C. M. Force (Ky.) 2,750

Chief Law Clerk, N. H. Thompson (Mich.). 2,750

Auditors.
Auditor for the Treasury Dept., William E.

Andrews (Neb.) 4,000

Deputy, Edward McKitterick(lowa) 2,250

Auditor for War Dept., F.E. Rittman(O.) 4.000

Deimty, Edward P. Seeds (O.) 2,250

Auditor fur the Interior Dept., R. S. Per-
son (S.D.) 4.000

Deputy, George P. Dunham (O.) 2,250

Auditor for the Nary Dept., W. W. Brown

(Pa.) 4.000

Deputy, John M. Ewing (Wis.) 2,250

Auditor for the Stute and Other Depts.,K.

G. Timme ( Wis.) 4.000

Deput y, Geo. W. Esterly (Minn.) 2,250

Auditor for the Postolflce Dept., Henry A.

Castle (Minn.) 4,000

Deputy, N.I,. Chew (Ind.) 2.250

Deputy, H. Allen (Pa.)



Treasurer of the United States.

Treasurer, Ellis H. Roberts (N. Y.) 6.000

Asst. Treas., J. F. Mellne (D. C.) 3.600

Siipt. Nat.Bank Red. Div., Thos. E. Rogers 3,5(10

Comptroller of the Currency.
Comptroller, William Barrett Ridgely (111.) 5.000
Deput i/, Thomas P. Kane (D. C.) 2,800

Commissioner of Internal Revenue.

Commissioner, John W. Yerkes (Ky.) 6,000

Deputy, Robt. Williams, Jr. (N. Y.) 3.200

Deputy, Jas. C. Wheeler (Mich.)

Director of the Mint.

Director, Geo. E. Roberts (Iowa) 4,500

Bureau of Navigation.

Commissioner, E. T. Chamberlain (N. Y.). 3,600

United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Superintendent, O. H. Tittman (Mo.) 5.000

Public Health and Marine Hospital Service.
Supervising Surg.-Gen., Walter Wyman... 5,000

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Secretary, William H. Moody (Mass.) 8.000

Asst. Sec., Charles H. Darling (Vt.) 4.500

Chief Clerk, Ben]. F. Peters (Pa.) 3.000

Private Sec., Howard L. Fishback 2,250

Bureau Yards and Docks.
Chief, Rear-Admiral Mordecal T. Endicott.
Civil Engineers, Charles W. Parks, Henry H.
Rousseau and Geo. A. McKay.

Bureau of Equipment.
Rear-Admiral, R. B. Bradford.
Captain. L. C. Logan.
Commander, Charles J. Badger.
Lieut.-Qommander, T.E. D. W. Veeder.
Lieutenants, Joseph L. Jayne, Henry George

and John M. Hudgins.
Knsiijn, W. L. Varnum (ret.).

Bureau of Navigation.
Chief, Rear-Admiral Henry C. Taylor.
Assts. to Bureau, Capt. W. S. Cowles and Capt.

William Swift.
Lieutenant-Commanders, R. F. Nicholson, C.

McR. Winslow and Alex. Sharpe, Jr.
Lieuts.. Wm. S. Sims, Reginald R. Belknap and

G. L. P. Stone.



120



CHICAGO DAILY NK\VS ALMANAC AND YKAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Bureau of Ordnance.

Chief, Rear-Admiral Chas. O'Nell.
Lieutentnit-i'i, i, inlander, A. E. Culver.
Lieutenants. Volney O. Chase, asst. to bureau:

Frank K. Hill. 1. K. Seymour and Edward

McCauley. Jr.

Bureau of Construction and Repairs.

Rear- Admiral, Francis I. Bowles.
Naval Constructors. 3. H. Linnard, D. W. Tay-
lor and H. G. Smith.

Bureau of Steam Engineering.

Rear-Admiral, Engineer-in-Chief George W.

Melville.

Commander, J. H. Perry.
Lieut.-Commanders, J. R. Edwards, W. M.

Parks and F. H. Bailey.
Lieuts., C. W. Dyson. Urban F. Holmes, Daniel

8. Mahony and Ensign Wm. R. White.

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.

Rear-Admiral. Albert S. Kenny.

Asst . to Bureau, Paymaster Geo. -W. Simpson.

Paymaster, T. H. Hicks.

P. A. Paymaster, Geo. P. Dyer.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.

Rear-Admiral Presley M. Rlxey.

Assts. to Bureau, Surgeon John F. Une and

Surgeon George A. Lung.
Special Duty. P. A. Surgeon T. W. Richards;

Pharmacist, H. Henry.

Office of Judge -Advocate General.

Judge-Advocate General.Ca.pt. S.C. Lemly.
I/iViifeTKMifs.G.Mallison. Ensign F.B.Case(ret.).
Captain, Wm. C. Dawson, U. S. M. C.

State, War and Navy Department Building.
Supt., Commander G. W. Baird.

Nautical Almanac Office.
Professor, W. S. Harshman.

Office Naval Intelligence.

Chief Intelligence Officer. Ca.pt. C. D. Slgsbee.

Commander, W. H. Beenler.

Lieut.-Comdrs.. John B. Bernadou and John H.

Gibbons. .
Lieut., Frank Marble.

Hydrographie Office.

Hydrographer, Commander W. H. H. Souther-
land.

Commander, R. G. Peck (ret.).

Lieutenant-Commander, Holman Vail (ret.).

Lieutenants, George W. Logan and C. M. Mc-
Carteney (ret.).

Naval Observatory.

Superintendent, Capt. Colby M. Chester.
Assistant. Lieut.-Commander E. E. Hayden.
Astronomical Director, Prof, of Mathematics

W. S. Harshman.
Professors of Mathematics. A. N. Skinner, W. S.

Eichelberger and F. B. Llttell.
Assistant Astronomers, Geo. A. Hill, Theo. I.

Assistants, E. J. Loomis and H. B. Hedrlck.

Naval Examining Board.
President, Rear-Admiral John C. Watson.
Members. Capts. Francis A. Cook and Theo.
F. Jewell and Comdr. Chas. W. Rae.

Board of Medical Examiners.



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