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3 transcribers, each.. 91.66
1 ass't abstract mkr. 91.66
1 ass't jdgmt. clerk.. 91.66
18 comparers, each... 83.33
2 book clerks, ench... 83.33
2 vault clerks, each.. 83.33
1 watchman 65.00
1 abstract comparer.. 50.00
4 scrubwomen, each.. 45.00
Folio writers, 4%c per folio


Extra help, per dy.- 4.00
SUPERIOR COURT.
Clerk of Superior
court, per year $5,000.00
1 chief clerk 208.33
1 bookkeeper and
cashier 200.00
2 execution clerks, ea 150.00
3 law record writ-
ers, each 150.00


2 clerks, each 137.50
4 ass't chief clerks,
each (4 mos) 135.00
1 draughtsman 125.00


1 mail clerk 125.00
3 dorks each 120.00


34 clerks, each (4
months) 115.00



378 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


CRIMINAL COURT.
Clerk of the Criminal
court, per year $5,000.00
1 chief clerk 208.33
1 ass't chief clerk 166.66
3 record writers, each 150.00
1 record writer 137.50


'T.ORRENS DEPARTMENT.
X axa miner (attorney) $300.00
1 chief deputy 12500


15 attendants, each.. $25.00
2 nurses, each 25.00


1 bathroom clerk, fe-
male 25.00


1 register clerk 125.00
1 chainman 125.00
1 tract index clerk.... 108.33
1 tax clerk 108.33


12 asst. cooks, each. 25.00
1 head seamstress.... 25.00
1 head laundress 25.00
1 ass't seamstress.... 22.50
2 messengers, each... 20.00
2 ass't cooks, each 20.00
4 assistant laundry-


1 ass't record writer.. 125.00
1 fee clerk 125.00


STATE'S ATTORNEY'S
OFFICE.
State's attorney, per
year $5,940.00


2 execution clerks, ea 125.00
1 platter clerk 125.00


1 record writer 125.00
5 court clerks, each.. 110.00


2 assistants, each 350.00
3 assistants, each 250.00
3 assistants, each 225.00
3 assistants, each 175.00

COUNTY ATTORNEY'S

OFFICE.
County attorney, per

ve-jr $4 200 00


1 head waitress 20.00
1 shirt irouer 20.00


7 office clerks, each... 100.00
1 bond clerk 100.00


11 elevator men, each 20.00
84 domestics, each.... 18.00
INSTITUTIONS AT
DUNNING.
General sunerintend-


1 judgment clerk 100.00
1 indictment clerK... 95.83
1 venire clerk 95.83


2 vault clerks, each.. 83.33
1 messenger and ste-
nographer 83.33
COUNTY BOARD.
President of county
board, per year $5,400.00
14 commissioners,
each per year 3,600.00


1 assistant *250.00
2 assistants, each 175.00
1 assistant 166.K6


eut, per year $3,240.00
1 medical director 208.33
1 ass't sup't 125.00


1 chief engineer 125.00
i physicians, each 125.00
2 steamfitters, each.. 104.00
2 plumbers, each 104.00
1 mason and plasterer 104.00
1 clerk 100.00


COUNTY SUPERINTEND-
ENT OF SCHOOLS.
County sun't


2 ass't sup'ts, each... $lf6.(;6
1 clerk 75.00


1 committee clerk 208.33
1 electrician 125.00


JURY COMMISSIONERS.
3 commissioners, ea.. $125.00
1 chief clerk 150.00
4 clerks, each 83.33


2 carpenters, each.... 93.60
1 foreman, painter.... 83.33
2 painters, each 83.20
! asst. physicians, ea.


1 clerk 100.00


2 telephone operators,
each 40.00
CLERK COUNTY BOARD


Clerk of county board,
per year $3,600.00


2 clerks, each 50.00
COUNTY HOSPITAL.
Warden, per year $3,240.00
County physician, per


1 clerk 75.00
2 head cooks, each... 70.00


1 minute clerk 208.33


1 sewer man 65.00
1 supervisor insane


1 bill clerk 166.66


1 ass't bookkeeper.... 150.00
1 cashier 125.00


1 assistant warden... 125.00


2 steaiutitters, each.. 65.00
2 plumbers, each 65.00
1 farmer 65.00
3 physicians, each.... 60.00
1 assistant druggist.. 60.00
1 supervisor poor-
house 60.00
6 ass't engineers, ea. 60.00


1 1 clerk 125.00
1 janitress .. 45.00


1 steamfitter 104.00


SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC SERVICE.
Sup't of public serv-
ice per year $4,500.00


1 bookkeeper 100.00


4 carpenters, each.... 93.60
1 foreman painter.... 83.33
4 painters, each 83.20
1 mattressmaker 83.20
1 druggist 75.00
1 storekeeper 75.00
1 head cook 70.00


1 chief clerk 183.33


1 auditor 166.66
1 secretary 150.00
2 clerks, each 125.00


3 cooks, each 60.00
1 ass't storekeeper... BO.OO
1 head nurse 50.00


1 stenographer 100.00
1 clerk 83.33


1 ass't plumber 65. Ou
1 ass't steamfitter.... 65.00
1 cjerk detention hos-
pital 60.00
1 custodian 60.00


1 butcher 50.00
2. might -supervisors
insane asylum, each 50.00
2 cooks, each 50.00
2 bakers each 5000


BOARD OF REVIEW.
3 members b'd of re-
view, each, per yr. $7, 000. 00
1 chief clerk 300.00


1 assistant druggist. 60.00
3 ass't engineers, ea. 60.00
3 electric engineers,
each 60.00


2 laundrymen, each.. 45.00
1 asst. butcher 45.00
1 stenographer 40.00


1 chief deputy clerk.. 208.33
2 deputy clerks, each. 166.66


1 teacher, kinder-
garten 40.00
1 assistant supervisor
(female) 40.00


1 messenger 75.00
1 jauator 60.00
BOARD OF ASSESSORS.
6 assessors, each, per
year $5,000.00
1 chief clerk 300.00


1 head gardener 55.00
3 receiving clerks, ea 50.00
1 asst. druggist 50.00
1 weigher 50.00


1 supervisor (female)


1 baker 50.00


1 barn foreman 50.00
1 butcher 50 00


6 firemen, each 40.00
3 firemen, for five
months, each 40.00


1 attorney 208.33
1 ass't chief clerk.... 208.33
5 export real-estate
clerks each 1RG.66


1 laundryman 45.00
1 stenographer 40.00
1 assistant baker 40.00


2 tinsmiths, each , 40.00
2 housekeepers, each. 40.00
2 bakers each 40.00


1 architect 150.00


3 firemen, 6 months,
each 40.00
1 laborer 40.00
2 housekeepers, each. 40.00
1 druggist's helper... 36.00
2 custodians, each... 30.00
1 biitlir'm clerk, mule 30.00
19 laborers. ea.,$20to 30.00
3 ass't cooks, each... 30.00
1 cook, night 30.00


2 shoe repairers, ea.. 40.00
20 attendants, each.. 35.00
8 trained nurses, ea.. 35.00


2 superintendents, ea. 125.00
3 draughtsmen, each. 100.00
2 stenographers, ea.. 100.00
3 map clerks, each... 100/0
1 vault clerk 83.33
2 messengers, each... 75.00
7 watchmen and jani-
tors, each 60.00
Extra help not to exceed
$4 a day each.


1 furniture repairer.. 35.00
2 helpers storekeep-
er, each 35.00
90 attendants, each... 30.00
1 ass't housekeeper.. 30.00
2 tailors, caph 35. nn
2 seamstresses, each. 30.00


1 undertaker 30.00





COURTS IX COOK COUNTY.



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i undertaker $30.00

5 nurses, each 25.00

4 telephone messen-
gers, each 20.00

17 nurses, each 20.00

55 laborers, etc.,

each, $18 to 30.00

COUNTY AGENT'S OF-
FICE.

County agent, per yr.?2,500.00



1 ass't county agent.
1 clerk, branch office.

1 secretary

1 bookkeeper

1 output man

1 physician

1 night watchman....

10 physicians, each..

Visitors and clerks,

each, per day



$150.00
125.00
125.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
60.00
50.00

S.OO



ELECTION COMMISSION-
ERS.

1 chief clerk, pT yr. $4,000. 00

3 election commis-
sioners, ea., per yr. 2,500.00

CIVIL-SERVICE COMMIS-
SION.

3 civfl-service com-
missioners, each,
per year $1,500.00



TOTAL SALARIES BY DEPARTMENTS.
With amounts appropriated for supplies in 1903.



Departments. Salaries.

Sheriff ' $260,300.00

Custodian courthouse... 61,902.40

Custodian Crirn'l court. 41,894.40

Jurors and witness fees 225,000.00

Judges, courts of record 117,000.00

County treasurer 206,310.00

County clerk 181.666.00

Clerk County court .... 28,334.00

Clerk Circuit court 77,730.00

Clerk Superior court.... 60,210.00

Clerk Probate court.... 68,220.00

Coroner 28,960.00

Recorder 154,100.00

Clerk Criminal court... 48,970.00

County board 61,960.00

County comptroller ... 16,140.00

Supt. public service ... 17,020.00

Board of review 63,920.00

Hoard of assessors 157,840.00

Torrens department....' 10,700.00

State's attorney 53,740.00



Supplies.
$7,000.uo
30,000.00
20,000.00



10,500.00
12,000.00

6*boo!6o

5,500.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
7,000.00
1,600.00



6,500.00
6,000.00
15,000.00
4,500.00
7,000.00



Departments.
County attorney .......

County supt. schools...
Jury commissioners....

Election commissioners.
Civil-service corn'rs....



Salaries.
$14,300.00
4,900.00
15,100.00
36,500.00
4,500.00



Supplies.
$6,000.00

4,100.00
1,800.00

'ebb'.oo

175.000.0J
245,000.00
100,000.00



County hospital 121,074.80

County inst. at Dunn'g. 135,779.20
County agent 27,620.00

Total 2,301,690.80 682,100.00

MISCELLANEOUS PURPOSES.

For dieting prisoners, jail $40,000.00

For dieting prisoners, house of

correction 25,000.00

For telephone service 5.000.00

For state institutions 30,000.00

For industrial schools 44,000.00

Outdoor relief, country towns 16,000.00

Roads and bridges 35,000.0'J

Total miscellaneous 195,000.00



COURTS IN COOK COUNTY.



FIRST DISTRICT? APPELLATE COURT.
Ashland block, 7th floor.

Judges Thomas G. Windes, chief justice,
D. ; Francis Adams, D., and Farlin G.
Ball. R.

Branch Court Judges Henry M. Shepard,
D., and Henry V. Freeman, R.

Clerk A. R, Porter, R.

Jurisdiction The Appellate court has juris-
diction of all matters of appeal or writs
of error from the Superior, Circuit and
County courts, and from city courts, except
in criminal cases and those affecting a
franchise or freehold or the validity of a
statute. Decisions In cases involving less
than $1,000 are final.

Terms of Court First Tuesdays ip March
and October of each year.

SUPERIOR COURT.

Courthouse.

Judges Henry M. Shepard, chief justice,
D., term expires 1906; Joseph E. Gary, R.,
1906; Theodore Brentano, R., June, 1903;
Henry V. Freeman, R., 1904; Arthur H.
Chetlaiu, R., 1904; Jonas HuU-hinson, D.,
1904; Marcus Kavanbgb, R., 1906; Axel
Chytrnus, R., 1904; Philip Stein. R., 1904;
Jesse Holdom, R., 1904; W. H. McEwen,
R.. 1906; Farlin Q. Ball, R., 1906.

Clerk John A. Linn, R. ; room 222 court-
house.

Jurisdiction The Superior court has concur-
rent jurisdiction with the Circuit court In
all cases of law and equity and In appeals
from Inferior courts.

Terms of Court Begin on the first Monday
of every month.



CIRCUIT COURT.

Courthouse.

(Terms of judges all expire In June, 1903.)

Judges Elbridge Hanecy, chief justice, R. ;
Murray F. Tuley, D. ; Thomas G. Windes,
D.; Edmund W. Burke, R.;.R. S. Tut-
'hlll, R.; O. H. Horton, R. ; Frank Baker,
D. ; Arba N. Waterman, R.: Frauds'
Adams, D. ; Richard W. Clifford, D.; Ed-
ward F. Dunne, D. ; John Gibbons, R. ;
Abner Smith, R.; Charles G. Neely, R.

Clerk John A. Cooke, R. Courthouse, room
225.

Jurisdiction Same as that of the Superior
court.

Terms of Court Begin on the third Monday
of every month.

COUNTY COURT.
Room 317 courthouse.

Judge Orrin N. Carter, R. Term expires
in December, 1906.

Clerk Peter B. Olsen, R,

Jurisdiction The County court has concur-
rent jurisdiction with the Circuit court of
all cases, not criminal, of which justices
of the peace have jurisdiction where the
value of the property in question does not
exceed $1,000; of cases of voluntary as-
signment, of the commitment of the In-
sane and the care of their property, etc.

Terms of Court Begin on the second Mon-
day of every month.

CRIMINAL COURT.

Criminal court building, Michigan street
and Dearborn avenue.

Judges The judges of the Superior and Cir-
cuit courts of Cook county alternate In
presiding over the Criminal court.



380 CHICAGO DAILY MOWS ALMANAC AND TEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


Clerk W. C. Lawson, R. Office in Criminal
court building.
JurisdictionThe Criminal court of Cook
county has original jurisdiction of all
criminal offenses except such as is con-
ferred upon justices of the peace, and ap-
pellate jurisdiction from justices of the
peace.
Terms of Court Begin on the first Monday
of every month.
PROBATE COURT.
Criminal court building, sixth floor.
Judge Charles S. Cutting, R. Term ex-
pires in 1906.
Assistants Neil J. Shannon, Isadore H.
Himes and John D. 'Casey.
Clerk P. J. Cahill, R. Office on fourth
floor of the courthouse.
Public Administrator Joseph H. Strong.
Jurisdiction The Probate court has original
jurisdiction in all matters of probate, the
settlement of- estates of deceased persons,
the appointment of guardians and con-
servators and settlement of their ac-
counts, and in all matters relating bo ap-


Iirentiees, and in cases of sales of real
estate of deceased persons for the pay-
ment of- debts.
Terms of Court Begin on the third Mon-
day of every month.
SALARIES OF J LUGES.
The judges in all the courts of record in
Cook county are paid $10,000 each a year.
The next state's attorney Is to receive
$10,000 a year.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.
Fourth floor Monadnock building.
Judges James G. Jenkins, Peter S. Gross-
cup, Francis K. Baker.
Clerk Edward M. Holloway.
Salaries of judges, $6,000 each per year; of
clerk, $3,000.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.
Third floor Monadnock building.
Judge Christian O. Kohlsaat.
Clerk T. C. Mac Millan.
Salary of judge, $5,000 a year; of clerk,
$3,000.


BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF COOK COUNTY.
[Dec. 1, 1902.]


Kixn OP BONDS. ^onds^ Whendu*. Amount.


Four per cent refunding bonds, series E May 1. 1900 May 1 1901 *$L035 000


Four percent refunding bonds, series B Mav 1. 1R*i Mav 1.1H(fi Hium


Four per cent funding bonds, expire $50.000 eac
Four per cent refunding courthouse bonds, 1 to
$37 500 each year


hyear Mar.l, 1888 3UOOOO


20 years, expire
... .Tan. 1.1800 .Ian. 1. 1919 KX7 MK1


Four per cent refunding bonds, 1 to 20 years, series C, expire
$67 500 each year. May 1 1892 (575000


Total . .. 3 iff oDo




*By vote of the people November, 1898, to be refunded May 1, 1800, at 4 per cent, 1 to 20 years.


TOTAL OF COUNTY A

Interest and principal old and.


PPROPRIATIONS, 1902.
Building purposes $7500000


Emergency fund 60 GOO to


Salaries and election purposes... 2,301,690.80
Supplies repairs etc 682,10000


Contingent fund 70,962.06


Total to be realized by taxation






HARRY TRACY

For nearly two months in the summer of
1902 Harry Tracy, an escaped convict, ter-
rorized people living in the vicinity of
Spokane, Wash., and successfully defied the
officers of the law. He broke out of the
Oregon state penitentiary June 9 after kill-
Ing four men; June 28 he killed a com-


THE BANDIT.

panion named Merrill, and July 3 killed
three and wounded two members of a poa0e.
He compelled farmers and others to helpi
him with food, horses and boats, but was
finally wounded and on the 6th of August
killed himself in a wheat field near Fel-
lows. Wash.


ACTORS' FUND

President Al Hayman.
First Vice-Presideut Daniel Froliman.
Second Vice-President Antonio Pastor.
Treasurer William Harris.
Secretary Frank McKee.
Board of Trustees A. M. Palmer, John
Drew, Henry W. Savage, Milton Nobles,


OF AMERICA.

Jacob Lilt, Harry Harwood, A. L. Er-
langer, Frank Howe, Jr.. Frank W. San-
ger, F. F. Mackay, William A. Brady,
Maurice Grau, Joseph Brooks. DC Woli
Hopper, James K. Ilackett. Gen. C. Tvler.
Actors' Fund home at West New Brigh-
ton, Staten Island.



CHICAGO CITY OFFICIALS.



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of Chicago.



CHICAGO CITY OFFICIALS.

Heads of departments, assistants, chief clerks and other employes. Their offices unless
otherwise specified are open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.

MAYOR'S OFFICE.

Room 204 City Hall. Hours 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Mayor Carter H. Harrison, 1).
Private Secretary Edward M. Lahiff, D.



Duties The mayor presides over meetings
of the city council, approves or vetoes the
acts of that body, appoints all nonelectlve



city officials, sees that all the laws ana
ordinances are faithfully executed, Issues
and revokes licenses and exercises a gen-
eral supervision over all the various sub-
ordinate departments of the city govern-
ment.



BOARD OF ALDERMEN (1902-1903).
Total membership, 70. Republicans, 39; democrats, HO; independents, 1.



1. Michael Kenna. D.
John J. Coughliu, D.

2. Charles Ailing, R.
Thomas J. Dixon, R.

3. Milton J. Foreman. R.
William S. Jackson, R.

4. Frank Doubek, R.
Henry Stuckart, D.

5. I'M ward R. Litziuger, R.
Robert K. Sloan, R.

6. Liun II. Young, R.
William flavor, R.
F. I. Bennett, R.
Bernard W. Snow, R.
P. H. Moynihan. R.
John H. Jones, R.

9. Nathan T. Brenner, R.
Henry L. Flck, D.
Charles G. Foncek. R.
Edward J. Novak, D.

11. Edward F. Cullerton. D.
Charles J. Moertel, R.

12. Michael Zimmer, D.
V. E. Cerveny, D.



13. John E. Scully, R.
Luther P. Friestedt, R.

14. Frank T. Fowler, R.
William T. Maypole, D.

15. Joseph St'rauss. D.
Albert W. Beilfuss, R.

16. George Leiniuger, D.
Stanley H. Kunz, D.

17. John F. Smulski, R.
William K. Dever, D.

18. John J. Hrennan, D.
Michael C. Conlon. D.

19. James T. Roach. Ind.
John Powers. 1>.

20. J. C. Patterson, R.
Nicholas R. Finn, D.

21. Honore Palmer, D.
John Minwegen, D.

22. John H. Sullivan, D.
Michael D. Dougherty, D.

23. Charles Worno, D.
Ernst F. Herrmann. D.

24. William H. Ehemann. D.
George K. Schmidt, R.



COUNCIL COMMITTEES (1902-1903).



25. Wintield P. Dunn. R.
Alfred D. Williston, R.

26. Freeman K. Blake. R.
William C. Kuester, R.

27. Albert F. Keeney. R.
Hubert W. Butler, R.

28. Francis D. Connery, D.
Walter J. Raymer, R.

29. Frederick A. Hart, D.
Thomas Carey, D.

30. Michael Mcluerney, D.
John J. Bradley, D.

31. Wm. M. Butterworth, R.
Patrick J. O'Connell, D.

32. Henry F. Kidmann, R.
Joseph Badenoch, H.

33. Nicholas Decker, R.
Ernest Bihl, R.

34. Charles H. Rector, R.
Jonathan Huxton, R.

35. "Frank L. Race, R.
Thomas M. Hunter, R.



Finance Mavor, Jackson, Finn, Bennett,
Maypole, Beilfuss, Blake, Raymer, Carey.,
Eidmauu, Zimmer, Suiulski, Sullivan.

Judiciary Weruo, Ailing, Patterson, Fore-
man, Williston. Keeney, Couuery, Young,
Litzinger, Dever, Butterworth, Palmer,
Ehemann.

Schools Dunn, Minwegen, Ailing, Fowler,
Young, Herrmann, Schmidt, Sullivan,
Dixon, Snow, Race, Leiniuger, Kuester.

Railroads Badenoch, Herrmann, Jones, Rec-
tor, Friestedt, Frnn, Butler, Bihl, Blake,
Palmer, Kunz, Beilfuss, O'Oonuell.

Gas, Oil and Electric Light Herrmann,
Williston, Keeney, Moynihan, Sloan, Hart,
Maypole, Decker, Race, Palmer, O'Con-
nell. Ruxton, Dever.

Health Department Butterworth, Leinin-

fer, Bradley, Moertel, Foucek. Litzinger,
ougherty. Hunter. Conlon, Sullivan, Pal-
mer, Snow, Eidmann.

Licenses Hunter, Finn, Butler, Dougherty,
Ailing, Foreman, Donbek, Sloan, Jones,
Zimmer, Strauss. Scully. Cerveny.

Elections Connery, Dixon. Werno, Fore-
man, Jones, Finn, Zimmer. Beilfuss, May-
pole, Snow, Dougherty. Bihl, Mavor.

Rules Dixon. Raymer, Mavor, Bennett,
Conlon, Cullerton. Novak, Powers,
Schmidt, Williston, Butler. Kunz, Butter-
worth.

Streets and Alleys Smith Foreman, Dixon,
Kenna, Doubek, Litzingor, Young, Snow,
Moynihan, Hart. Bradley, Butterworth,
Badenoch, Dwckor.



Streets and Alleys West Fowler, Beilfuss,
Leiuinger, Smulski, Conlou, Roach, Pat-
terson, Keeney, Connery, Hector, Hunter
Fick, Foucek, Moertel, Zimmer, Scully.

Streets and Alleys North Minwegon, Dunn,
Werno, Ehemann, Kuester, Sullivan.

Wharflng Privileges Race, Rector, Coughlin,
Stuckart, Moynihau, Fick, Decker, Novak,
Cullerton, Cerveny, Friestedt, Smulski,
Jackson.

Civil Service Ailing, Palmer, Hart, Strauss,
Jackson, Stuckart, Litziuger, Young, Pat-
terson, Fowler, Butler, Roach, Herrmann.

Harbors, Viaducts and Bridges Scully,
O'Connell, Bihl. Raymer, Coughlin, Dou-
bek, Moertel, Jones, Powers, Friestedt,
Ruxton, Badenoch, Blake.

Special Assessments and General Taxation
Jones, .Minwegen, Cnllerton, Williston,
Eidmann, Kuester, Patterson, Dever,
Sloan, Moertel, Schmidt. Maypole, Kunz,

Street Nomenclature Leininger, Decker,
Kenna, Stuckart, Novak. Brennan, Pow-
ers, Cerveny, Dunn, Keeney, Scully, Smul-
ski, Brenner.

Police Keeney, Werno, Rector, Ailing,
Blake. Mclnerney, Badenoch, Bihl. O'Oon-
nell. Roach, Sloan, Moynihan, Conlon.

Fire Department Decker, Dougherty, Race,
Dunn, Fick. Foucek, Cullerton, ('onghlin,
Dixon, Minwegen, Dever, Moertel, Stuck-
art.

Markets Zimmer, Friestedt, Fonoek. Finn,
Schmidt, Strauss, Mclnerney. Butterworth,
Hunter, Rnxton. Beilfuss, Conuery, Kenna.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Printing-~Hart, O'Connell. Badenoch. Rux-
ton. Race, Dunn, Roach, Foucek, Cough-
lin, Breunan, Mcluerney, 1-ick, Urrnner.

City Hall Litzinger, Jdoortel, Kenna. Stuck-
art, Conlon, Doubek, Novak, Jackson, Cer-
veny, Powers, Palmer, Williston, Bren-
ner.

Police Stations and Bridewell Moynihan.
Dever, Snow, Bihl, Frieetedt, Strauss,
Brennan, Powers, Sullivan, Eheinunn,
Raymer, Butler, Bradley-
Wharves and Public Grounds Khemann,
Young, Minwegen, Raymer, Kuester, Dou-
bek, Sloau, Williston. Kick, Novak, Pat-
terson, Cerveny, Fowler.

Water, Department Kuester, Scully, Fow-
ler, Kunz. Smulski. Brennan, Dougherty,
Schmidt, Carey, Blake, Bennett, Keeney,
Mclnerney.

Street and Alley Opening Kunz, Eidmann,
Fick, Cullerton, Carey, Kenna, Lelnlnger,
Conlon, Sullivan, O'Connell, Ruxton, Hun-
ter. Brenner.

Local Transportation Bennett. Herrmann,
Mavor, Connery, Jackson, Minweg. n,
Foreman, Carey, Raymer, Werno, Eid-
mann. Maypole, Butler.

Track Elevation Jackson, Maypole, Carey,
Beilfuss, Badenoch, Kunz, Palmer, Finn,
Dixon.

Special Park Commission Herrrnaun. Jack-
son, Novak, Rector, Dever, Ailing. Bren-
nau, Stuckart, Sullivan, aldermen, and
Fred A. Bangs, Dr. J. B. Murphy, George
E. Adams, D. H. Perkins. Fred Greeley,
O. F. Mayer, C. L. Hutchinson. Graham
Taylor, O. C. Simonds, Charles Zueblin.
Meetings Regular meetings of the council

are held every Monday evening at 7:30

o'clock.
Duties In a general way the duties of the

board of aldermen are to enact ordinances

for the government of the city, levy and

collect taxes, make appropriations, regulate

licenses, etc. The matters coming under

the jurisdiction of the council are indicated

by the names of the committees given

above.

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
101 and 103 City Hall.

City Clerk William Loeffler, D.

Chief Clerk to City Clerk Edward H. Ehr-
horn, R.

Duties The city clerk keeps the corporate
seal and all papers belonging to the city.
He attends the meetings of the council
and keeps a record of -the proceedings.
All city licenses are issued through his
office.

CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE.

106 City Hall.
Hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.

City Treasurer Charles F. Gunther, D.

Assistant Frederick W. Gookin.

Duties The treasurer receives all moneys
belonging to the corporation, deposits the
funds in bank, keeps separate accounts
of each fund or appropriation, pays war-
rants, receives fines and renders monthly
accounts of the condition of the treasury
to the council.

CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.
304 City Hall.

Comptroller Lawrence E. McGann. D.

Deputy Comptroller James G. Hubbell, D.

Duties The comptroller is at the head of
the department of finance, of which the
treasurer and collector are also members.
He is charged with a general supervision
over all the olficers of the city who take
In or pay out city money. He is the fiscal



agent of the city, and as such has charge
of deeds, mortgages, contracts, etc. He
audits and settles claims, keeps a record
of persons committed to the house of cor-
rection, with fines, etc. ; keeps books re-,
lating to appropriations, makes the an-
nual estimates, signs warrants upon the
city treasury, etc.

CITY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
102 City Hall.

City Collector Frank X. Brandecker, D.

Deputy City Collector J. F. McCarthy.

Duties The city collector executes all
special; assessments and other warrants,
receives money for licenses, pays over to
the city treasurer all moneys collected by
him, takes receipts therefor and files them
with the comptroller.

PAYMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

23 City Hall.

City Paymaster Harry L. Bird. N

Assistant Paymaster John L. Healy.
Duties The city paymaster has Immediate
charge of paying the salaries of city em-
ployes, including school teachers and
library employes.

CORPORATION COUNSEL'S OFFICE.
303 City Hall.

Corporation Counsel Charles M. Walker, D.

First Assistant Corporation Counsel Wil-
liam H. Sexton.

Assistants Granville W. Browning, Colin
C. H. Fyffe, C. N. Goodwin, T. J. Suther-
land, William D. Barge, Edwin \\liiie
Moore, Frank Johnston, Jr., William Pin-
dell, Robert Redfield.

Special Assessment Attorney Edgar B. Toi-
man.

Duties The corporation counsel superin-
tends and, with the assistance of the
prosecuting and city attorneys, conducts all
the law business of the city; draws the
leases, deeds and other papers connected
with the finance department and all con-
tracts for any of the other departments of
the corporation; drafts such ordinances
as may be required of him by the city
council or its committees and furnishes
written legal opinions upon subjects sub-
mitted to him bj- the mayor or the city



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