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council or any department of the city
government.

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.
324 City Hall.

City Attorney John E. Owens, D.

First Assistant City Attorney John R.
Caverly.

Assistants Wm. Rothmann, Edward Stack.

Chief Law Clerk John A. Zimmer.

Investigator John A. McAnrow.

Duties The city attorney keeps a register
of all actions in courts of record, prose-
cuted or defended, in which the city may
be a party, and defends all damage suits
against the city. His chief duty is the
defense or settlement of personal-injury
cases against the corporation. He may be
called upon to draft ordinances for the city
council or for heads of departments. He is
the attorney for the police and fire pension
boards.

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.
326 City Hall.

Prosecuting Attorney Howard S. Taylor, D.

Chief Clerk William J. Anderson.

Assistants G. H. Kriete, J. Donahue, S.
A. T. Watkins, H. V. Murray, George
Brinkman, D. B. Carraichael, George
Kminicke, Jacob Ingenthron. Robert E.
Lee, M. E. Clare, R. E. Burke.



cmr.\<;o CITY OFFICIALS.



HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

2 autl 4 City Hall.
Commissioner of Health Dr. Arthur K.

Reynolds, D.

Assistant Commissioner of Health Dr. F.
\\ . Ueilly.

Secretary E. K. Pritchard.

Chief Medical Inspector Dr. llemari Spal-
diug.

Chief Sanitary Inspector Andrew Young.

Registrar of Vital Statistics M. O. Heck-
aid, 11. L.

Recorder of Deaths James J. Dillon.

City Physician James F. Todd, M. D.

Stnoke Inspector John C. Schubert.

Duties The commissioner of health and his
assistants enforce state laws and city
ordinances relating to sanitation and
cause all nuisances to be promptly abated.
They keep records of births and deaths
and other vital statistics, Investigate all
eases of contagious diseases and take all
necessary steps to prevent their spread,
such as providing for vaccination, disin-
fection, etc. The city physician attends
to all cases in the police stations requiring
medical attention.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
222 City Hall.

Commissioner Frederick VV. Block!, D.

Deputy Commissioners William F. Bren-
nan, Frank Murphy.

Secretary Henry Lutzenkirchen.

Duties The commissioner of public works
is the head of the department of public
works, which embraces in addition the
city engineer and the superintendents of
streets, street cleaning, water, sewerage
and maps. He has charge of all the
streets, sidewalks, bridges, docks, public
lands and buildings, etc.; collects water
rents and taxes, water licenses and per-
mits and sewerage permits and licenses,
and jnakes contracts for public improve-
ments not done by special assessment.

CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE.
321 City Hall.

City Engineer John Erlcson, D.

First Assistant Engineer John H. Spengler.

Chief Clerk VV. J. Roach.

Harbor Engineer Ricard O' Sullivan Burke.

Duties The city engineer has charge of the
construction of bridges, viaducts and water
works and performs all such services for
the eommlMloner of public works as re-
quire the skill and experience of a civil
engineer.

BUREAU OF WATER.
116 City Hall.

Superintendent H. O. JNourse, It.

Chief Clerk F. J. Dvorak.

Cashier Otto A. Dreier.

Chief Accountant John A. Klelne.

Assessor John J. Hat-kins.

Clerk John R. Lambin.

Inspector J. J. Ward.

Superintendent Shut-Off Division Thomas
A. Ryan.

Duties The superintendent of water has
special charge of the collection of water
assessments and rates.

WATER-1'IPE EXTENSION.
321 City Hall.

Superintendent James Wallace.

Assistant Superintendent T. F. Klernan.

Chief Clerk M. J. Lawlor.

Duties The superintendent lias special
charge of the extension of the city's water
mains.



BUREAU OK STREETS.
V22 City Hall.

Superintendent Miohael .1. Doherty, D.

Assistant Superintendent Patrick Mc-

YCarthy.

Assistant Superintendent Street and Alley
Cleaning Frank W. .Solon.

Duties The superintendent has charge of
the improvement and repair of the streets
and sidewalks and of street and alley
cleaning.

BUREAU OF SEWEHS.
201 City Hall.

Superintendent William K. Quinn, D.

Chief Clerk Ed Cullerton, Jr.

Duties The superintendent has special
charge of the construction and repair of
all sewers and catch basins.

CITY MAI' DEPARTMENT.
113 City Hall.

Superintendent C. J. Buhmann.

Duties Has special charge of city maps and
plats and all matters pertaining to street
numbering.

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS.
208 City Hall.

Members Andrew M. Lynch, president;
John A. May, secretary; Ernest McGaffey,
Charles J. Vopicka and Albert Schonbeck.

Superintendent of Special Assessments
John A. May.

Chief Clerk Special Assessments T. Sulli-
van.

Duties The board of local improvements Is
a body designed prlma'rily to reform the
method of making special assessments.
As the name implies, it has charge of all
kinds of local improvements, such as
street paving, sewer extensions, sidewalks,
etc. The board ttxes the special assess-
ments, hears complaints and considers ob-
jections to proposed improvements.
TRACK ELEVATION DEPARTMENT.
204 City Hall.

Track Elevation Expert John O'Neill, D.

Duties Assists in. the framing of ordinances
for the elevation of steam surface roads
In Chicago.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT.
122 City Hall.

Commissioner T. O'Shea (acting).

Chief Clerk Alex. McHugh.

Chief Building Inspector William H. Harry.

Duties The building commissioner sees that
new buildings are put up in accordance
with the city ordinances, that tire escapes
are provided wherever needed, that unsafe
structures are demolished or repaired,
that safe exits are provided in halls,
theaters, etc.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY.
12 and 16 City Hall.

City Electrician Edward B. Kllioott, D.

Assistant City Electrician and Chief Op-
eratorDavid M. Hyland.

Chief Clerk John B. Porter.

Chief Electric Light Inspector Harry 11.
Hornsby.

Chief Gas Inspector James O'Brien.

Duties The city electrician has charge of
the construction, repair and maintenance
of the city's electric and gas lights,
power plants and the police and flre alarm
telegraphs.

BARB WF EXAMINING ENGINEERS.
500 City Hall.

Members Hugh J. Gleason, president:
<;<-(irjie Goding, vice-president : Daniel
Herlihy, secretary; H. G. McMahon,
chief clerk.



CHICAGO DAILY NFWS ALMANAC AM> YICAH BOOK FOH 1903.



Duties The members of the board, who are
pr:i'-tical engineers familiar with il:c r,, in-
struction and opetfttlM of steam boilers
and engines, examine all applicants for
lic-ensus lor engineers and boiler or wate
tenders, grant licenses and suspend or re-
voke the same.

DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLIES.
31G City Hall.

Business Agent Irving Washington, D.

Chief Clerk

Duties The business agent buys all supplies
for city departments and contracts for all
material used iu city work. He has noth-
ing to do with supplies used by con-
tractors employed by the city.

BUREAU OF STATISTICS.
200 City Hall.

City Librarian. Hugo Grosser.

Duties Has charge of the municipal library
and collects and publishes statistics relat-
ing to the municipality. "The City of
Chicago Statistics" is issued bimonthly.

HOUSE OF CORRECTION.
California avenue, near 26th street.

Superintendent John J. Sloan, D.

Deputy Superintendent J. J. Schneider.

House of Correction Inspectors George
Mason, John Siman, George Duddleston.

Duties The superintendent has charge of
the house of correction under the super-
vision and direction of the board of in-
spectors, enforces order and discipline, re-
ceives prisoners and discharges them on
order or on expiration of sentence.
POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Headquarters, City Hall.

General Superintendent Francis O'Neill,
room 127.

Secretary Police Department Simon Mayer,
room 10.

Private Secretary to Chief of Police
James M. Markham.

Chief Clerk Phil McKenna, room 10.

Custodian DeWitt C. Cregier, room 11.

Inspectors Patrick J. Lavin, 1st division,
Harrison and LaSalle streets; Nicholas
Hunt, 2d division, 53d street and Lake
avenue; John D. Shea, 3d division, Des-
plaines street and Waldo place; John
Wheeler, 4th division, 233 West Chicago
avenue; Alex. F. Campbell, 5th division,
240 Chicago avenue.

Captains Patrick J. Gibbons, 1st district;
Patrick J. O'Brien. 2d; John J. Mahoney,
3d; Martin Hayes, 5th; George M. Snippy,
6th; James Madden, 7th; John L. Revere,
8th; John Rehm, 9th: Francis P. Barcal.
14th; Hermann F. Schuettler, 13th; Peter
Kelly, 15th.

Duties The police department Is charged
with preserving order, peace and quiet
and enforcing the laws and ordinances
throughout the city. Police officers have
the power to make arrests and to serve
j warrants. They are required to assist
firemen in saving property. In giving
alarms of fire and in keeping the streets
in the vicinity of burning buildings clear.
They are also required to take notice of
all obstructions and defects in the streets,
nuisances, etc.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Headquarters, 18 to 22 City Hall.

Fire Marshal William H. Musham.

First Assistant Fire Marshal John Campion,

Second Assistant Fire Marshal Joseph C.
Pazen.

Third Assistant Fire Marshal William H.
Townsend.



Fire Inspector Michael \V. Conway, city
hall.

Secretary William C. Gamble, city hall;
hours, 9 a. in. to 5 p. m.

Chief Clerk Joseph O'Donohue.

Battalion Chiefs 1st, Charles P. Seyferlieb;
2d, liner C. Anderson; 3d. .Nicholas \\ein-
and; 4th, Peter Schnur; 5th, James
Horan; 6th, John Cook; 7th, Kugene
Sweeney; 8th," James Delaney; 9th, Thoui-
as O'Connor; 10th, David J. Mahoney;
llth, Patrick J. Donahue; 12th, Joseph
L. Kenyon; 13th, Frederick J. Gabriel-
14th, Michael R. Driscoll; 15th, John
Lynch; 16th. John Hannan; 17th, John
Fitzgerald.

Duties The fire marshal has sole and abso-
lute control over all persons connected
with the tire department and has the cus-
tody of the equipment and other property
of the department. The fire inspector in-
vestigates the causes of fires and keeps a
record of the same. The secretary keeps
all books and papers of the department
and delivers to the city council and other
departments the written communications
of the fire marshal.
CIVIL-SERVICE COMMISSIONERS.
400 City Hall.

Commissioners John W. Ela, D. (died Dee.
15), president; C. Meier, D. ; Joseph Pow-
ell, R.

Secretary and Chief Examiner T. J. Cor-
coran.

Duties The commissioners classify offices
and places in the city service", examine
applicants for employment in such offices
and places, certify to the heads of de-
partments as required the names of those
standing highest on the list of eligibles,
investigate charges against employes In
the classified service and remove em-
ployes for cause. Two weeks' notice by
advertisement of the time and place of
holding examinations is given.

ELECTION COMMISSIONERS.
City Hall, Fourth Floor, South End.

Commissioners William C. Malley, chair-
man; Oscar Hebel; Thomas V. Judge,
secretary.

Chief Clerk Isaac N. Powell.

Attorney William W. Wheelock.

Duties The commissioners fix the election
precincts, provide ballot boxes, tally sheets,
poll books and all other blanks and station-
ery necessary in an election, select judges
and clerks of elections, count the votes
and, in brief, have charge of everything
pertaining to the registration of voters
and the holding of elections.

OTHER DEPARTMENTS.

Oil Inspector Melville G. Holding, D. Of-
fice, 505, 67 Wabash avenue. (Tests coal
oil, naphtha, benzine, gasoline and other
mineral oils the product of petroleum.)

Boiler Inspector James C. Blaney, D. Of-
fice, 500 City Hall. (Inspects all boilers
used for power or heating purposes ex-
cept those in private residences.)

City Sealer James A. Quinn, D. Ofilce,
104 City Hall. (Inspects and stamps with
his seal all weights, measures, scale
beams, patent balancers and all other in-
struments used for weighing in the city of
Chicago.)

Superintendent City Dog Pound William
F. Stewart. (Keeps iinlicensed dogs at
the pound on Central Park avenue, near
12th street.)

Chief Janitor City Hall John Gildea.



SALARIES OF CITY KMI'LOYKS. 385


SALARIES

(Ye
MAYOR'S OFFICE.
Mayor $10,000


OF CITY OFFICIALS AND

arly unless otherwise speciflec
city deposits and out of this
sum pays all the salaries
and other expenses of the of-
fice.
CORPORATION COUNSEL.
Corporation counsel $6,000
First assistant 4000


EMPLOYES.

.)
Two clerks, each $900


30 sidew'k insp'rs, ea.. 650
Three messengers, each 600
Mason insp'rs, per day 4.00
Brick insp'rs, per day.. 3.50
Drain insp'rs, per day.. 3.25
Sub-paving insp'rs, day 3.50
PUBLIC WORKS, DEPT.
Commissioner $6,000
Deputy commissioner... 3,600
Secretary 2,500


Private secretary 3,600
Stenographer 1,500


Messenger 1,200


COMMON COUNCIL.

Seventy aldermen, each$l,500
Secretary finance com.. 2,500
Sec'y transport'n com.. 2,640
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.


Second assistant 3,600
Other assts., $1,500 to 3,000
Two investigators, each 1,000
Seven stenog'rs, $900 to 1,500
Three law clerks, each 900
MUNICIPAL LIBRARY.
Statistician 1|1,200


Chief clerk 2,800


Bookkeeper 1,500


Reading clerk 2,000
One clerk ... 1 800


Timekeeper 1,200
Voucher clerk 1,000
Auditing clerk 960
Messenger 600
ENGINEERING BUREAU.


Three clerks, each 1,500
Two stenographers, ea. 1,200
Five clerks, each 1,200


CITY ATTORNEY.
City attorney..' $5,000
First assistant 3,600


Janitress 640
Sergeant-at-arms 500
Assistant sergeant 450
Council pages, each 150
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.


Law clerks, $600 to 1,650
PROSECUTING ATTORN'Y.
Prosecuting attorney. .$3, 600
Assistants, $1,500 to 1,800
Stenographer 900


City engineer $5,000
Assistant engineer 2,750
Chief clerk 2,000
Auditor l 500


City architect 1,500
Draughtsman 1,350


Deputy comptroller 4,500
Chief clerk 3,000


Law clerk 900
Police court attorneys.. 720
CITY SEALER.
City sealer $3,000


Draughtsman 1,200
2 asst. engineers, each. 1,200


General accountant 2.400
Auditor 2,400


Pay-roll clerk 1,080


Expert investigator 2,400
Paying teller 1,800


Chief deputy 1,500
Five deputies, each.... 900
Five deputies, each 780
BOILER INSPECTOR.
Chief boiler inspector $3,600
Chief deputy 2,000


Stenographer 900


Bridewell clerk 1,500
Index and form clerk... 1,500
Real-estate tax clerk... 1,500


Masonry insps., per day 4.00
Sub-inspectors, per day 3.00
BRIDGE TENDERS.
South Halsted $3060


Asst. auditor 1,320
Bookkeeper 1,300
Assessment accountant. 1,300
Warrant record clerk.. 1,200
Assistant accountant... 1,200
Voucher and bond clerk. 1,200
Appropriation b'kkeep'r 1,200
Contract clerk 1,200


Chief clerk 1,500
One inspector 1, 500
Assistant chief clerk.. 1,200
Four inspectors, each.. 1,200
Two clerks, each 1,000


North Halsted (river)... 3,060
Van Buren 3060


Taylor 3,060


State 2,800


Wells 2,700


COAL INSPECTOR.
Coal inspector $1,600


Lake 2 700


Rush 2,430


Assistant cashier 1,200
Assessment bookkeeper. 1,200
Assessment bond clerk. 1,200


BOARD OF LOCAL IM-
PROVEMENTS.
Attorney $5,000


Adams 2,430


Twelfth 2,430






4 members board, each. 4,000
Supt. sp'l assessments. 4,000
One asst. attorney 2,500
Chief clerk sp'l assmts. 2,400
Chief sewer clerk 2,000
Engineer 2,000


Washington 2.4SO




Jackson 2,430


Index and form clerk... 1*000
Collector 1 000


Fullerton 2,430


Eighteenth 2,430


Document clerk 900
Messenger 720


Madison 2,430
Cly bourn 2, 295


Clerk 480
COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
City collector $3,600
Deputy collector 2,400


Chief sewer inspector.. 1,872
Cbief bookkeeper 1,800
9 asst. engineers, each. 1,800
2 sidewalk clerks each 1,800


Ninety-fifth 2,160
Deering 1,890
Canal 1,800


Bookkeeper 1,400
Special assessment elk. 1,400
Bond clerk 1 400


Chief sidew'k Inspector 1,500
One asst. attorney 1,500
Docket clerk 1,500


Main 1,800
Kinzie 1,620
Polk 1.620


Two general clerks, ea. 1,260
Broker clerk 1,200


Index clerk 1,500
Chief sidewalk clerk... 1,500
2 paving clerks, each.. 1,500
Law-court clerk 1,500
Cement tester 1,500


Randolph 1,530
Chicago avenue 1,440
Erie . 1 440


One general clerk 1,200


Indiana 1.440
North Halsted 1,350


Other license clerks, ea. 1J080


Ten inspectors, each... 1,416
12 sp'l assrot. elks., ea. 1,260
Two bookkeepers, each. 1,200
Recording secretary 1,200
One asst. engineer 1,200
Brick tester 1,200


Division (river) 1,350
Ninety-second 1 1,350


PAYMASTER'S BDREAU.
City paymaster $3,600


Ashland (west fork).... 1,215
Archer 1,080
North avenue 1,080
Fuller 1 OSO


First ass't paymaster... 2,400
Ass't paymasters, each. 1,600
Bookkeeper 1,000


One law clerk 1,200


Thirty -fifth 1,080


Stenographer 900
Messenger 600


22 clerks, each .' 1,'flSO
One draughtsman 1,080
One rodman 1,080
Nine rodmen, each 1,000
Six stenographers, each 900


Ashland (south fork) 900
Diversey 900
Laurel 900
One Hundred and Sixth 900
South Western 900


CITY TREASURER.

The city treasurer gets 60
per cent of the interest on



386 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


Western $900
Helinont 600


Two clerks, each $900
Telephone operator 720


Four nurses, each $800
Fireman 720


Chlttenden 600
Itiverdale 480
CHICAGO HAKBOR.


per month 68.00
Aerial linemen, each,
per day 3.00


PLUMBERS' EXAMINA.
TION.
Two examiners, each.. $1,500
Secretary 1,500


Harbormaster 1,350


Underground linemen,


Vessel dispatcher 1,200
Leveler 1,150


Laborers (underground
construction), each,
per day 2.00


AMBULANCE BARN.


Four ass't harbormas-


Barnman 900


Vesst'l dispatcher 1,080
Clerk 900


Laborers (groundmen),
each, per day 2.00


Driver 900

PUBLIC BATHS.

4 superintendents, ea.. $1,000
Assts. and engin'rs, ea. 780


Rodman 900


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
Commissioner $5,000


Harbor police, per mo.. 75.00
BUREAU OF STREETS.
Superintendent $4,700
^ss't superintendent.... 3,840
Ass't superintendent 2,600
One clerk 1,500
Ward supts., each 1.400
Timekeeper 1,350


Assistant commissioner 3,600
Secretary 1,800
Assistant secretary 1,200
Assistant to registrar
vital statistics 1,000
Clerk 900


TRACK ELEVATION.
Superintendent $3,000
Draughtsman and eng. 1,190
Sec'y and stenographer 1,000

EXAMINING ENGINEERS.
President $1,500


Stenographer 900


Complaint clerk 1,080
Window clerk 1,000


DIVISION OF CONTA-
GIOUS DISEASES.
Chief medical insp'r. ..$2,000
10 disinfectors, each... 900


Vice-president 1,500
Secretary 1,700


Index clerk 900
Ten inspectors, each.... 900
One stenographer 900


Three inspectors, each. 1,200
Messenger 900


Messenger 600
BUREAU OF SEWERS.
Superintendent $3,300
Assistant engineer 2,000
Mechanical engineer 1,500
Clerk house drain div.. 1,200
Clerk and bookkeeper... 1,200
House drain inspector.. 1,400
Two draughtsmen, each 1,080


Two antitoxin admin-
istrators, eacb 900


CIVIL SERVICE.

3 commissioners, each.. $3, 000


BUREAU OF VITAL STA-
TISTICS.
Registrar of vital sta-
tistics $1,600


Asst. chief examiner... l',560
10 examiners, each 1,095
1 stenographer 1,095




Recorder of deaths 1,500
Recorder of births 1,500
Asst. recorder of deaths 900
Burial-permit clerk 900
BUREAU OF SANITABY
INSPECTION


1 office boy 420


PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Librarian $4,500


Clerk 900


Secretary 3,250


Rodman 900


First ass't librarian 2,400


Junction set'rs, per day 5.00
H'se drain insps., day. 3.25
Tunnel brickl'rs, day... 9.00
PUMPING STATIONS.
(SewersJ
5 chief engineers, each. $1,215
Fullerton-av., ch'f eng. 1,500
3 asst. engineers, each. 1,080
12 asst. engineers, each 900
Three firemen, each 780
Three oilers, each 780


Sanitary inspector $2,400
Asst. chief inspector... 1,500
33 inspectors, each 1,000
6 insp's (female), each. 900
Division clerk 900


Supt's, each, $1,200 to 1,'soo
Chief janitor 1,400


2 ass't libr'n's, each 1,300
Ass't engineers, each... 1,200
Clerks, each, $240 to 900
Firemen, each 660


Clerk record of plans.. 900
LABORATORY.
Supt. and bacteriolog't. $2,000
Chief of disinfection... 1,800
Chief chemist 1 500


Janitors, each, $500 to.. 600
Elevator men, each 600
Pages, each, $175 to 570
Janit resses, each, $430 to 480
HOUSE OF CORRECTION.


1st asst. bacteriologist. 1,200
2d asst. bacteriologist.. 1,000
Clerk 1,000


Seven firemen, each 720


Deputy superintendent.. 1,800
Assistant deputy sup't. 1,200


BUREAU OF MAPS.
Superintendent $2,100


Stenographer 900
Clerk 600


ICE INSPECTION.
Ice inspector . '. $900


Chief clerk 1 200


Chief draughtsman 1,350


Sup't of construction 900
OIL INSPECTOR'S OFFICE.
Oil inspector $3,600


Six draughtsmen, each. 1,080
Seven, draughtsmen, ea. 900
BUILDING DEPARTMENT.
Commissioner $5 000


MILK INSPECTION.

Six milk inspectors, ea. $900
One milk tester 900


Chief deputy inspector.. 1,800
One deputy Inspector... 960
One deputy inspector... 900
CITY DOG POUND.


One dairy inspector.... 900
MEAT INSPECTION.
Chief meat inspector.. $1,200
Six meat inspectors, ea. 1,000
SCAVENGER SERVICE.
Superintendent .'.$1,000
SMOKE INSPECTION.
Chief smoke inspector.. $2, 000
FISH INSPECTION.
Chief fish inspector $2,000
CITY PHYSICIAN.


Deputy commissioner... 3,600
Secretary 1,800


Chief inspector 1,800
Chief clerk 1,350


Nine dog catchers, each. 720
One dog watchman 720
Six poundmasters, each. 720
CITY HALL.
Chief janitor $1,600


Elevator clerk 1,200
21 inspectors, each 1,200
Ironworker 1,200


Two clerks, each 1,000


CITY ELECTRICIAN.
City electrician $5000


Chief engineer 1,215
Cabinetmaker 1,001


Carpenter 1,001


Chief gas inspector 3,000
Chief clerk 1 800


City physician $2.750
Asst. city physician 1,350
ISOLATION HOSPITAL.
Superintendent $1,000


2 asst. engineers, each 1,000
1 elevator starter 1,000


Chief engineer 1,800


2 wood finishers, each.. 900
6 elevator operators, ea. 900
7 firemen and oilers, ea. 780
6 janitors each 720


Chief electric light ins'r 1,500
Seventeen Inspectors, ea 1,200
Electrician (city hall). 1,200
Two stenographers, ea.. 900


Engineer 1,080


Assistant engineer 900
Laborer 900


12 janitre'sses, each 540



SALARIES OF CITY EMPLOYES. 387


DEPARTMENT OF
SUPPLIES.


4 station repairers, each $90C
Tinner . . .. 900


Wheelwrights, per day,
J3 to $3 50


106 operators, each 900
Two wagonmakers, ea. 900
3 house painters, each. 900


Machinists, per day.... 3.00
Fitters, per day, $2.50 to 3.00
Painters, per day, 3.00
Harnessmakcrs, per day 3.00
Molders, per, day 3.00
Blacksmiths,' per day.. 2.00
WATER-PIPE EXTENSION.


Chief clerk 1 800


Stationer ... . 1,200


Invoice clerk .... 1,200


Salesman of old mater'1 1,000
Salesman of uniform
cloth 1,000


Carpenter 900
One burn foreman 900
104 patrol drivers, each. 840
One crossing man 780


Stockkeeper 1,000


Register clerk 900
Stenographer 900
Storehouse clerk 900
Deliveryman 780


Six supply drivers, each. 720
Two blacksmith helpers,
each 720


Asst. engineer 2088


Asst. superintendent... 1,620
Two draughtsmen, each 1,500


1 second-class patrolman 720
Fourteen matrons, each 720
One pensioner 750
Six laborers, each 630
Fiftee hostlers, each. 630
Thirty-four janitors, ea. 600
Nine assistant engineers
(8 months), each 650


POLICE COURTS.

2 justices 1st dist., ea..$5,400
2 justices 2d dist., each 4.50C
2 justices 3d dist., each. 4,500
2 justices 4th dist., each 4,500
Justice 5th district 4500


One clerk 1,200




One complaint clerk... 1,188
Two clerks, each 1,080


Eight timekeepers, ea. 1,000
Eight foremen, per mo. 112. 50
21 asst. foi-emen. each. 100. 00
Eight watchui'n.permo. 60.00
Mason foremen, per day 6.00
Bricklayers, per day... 4.40
Hydrant inspectors, per
day 3.00


2 justices 6th dist., each 4,000
Justice 7th district 4,000
Justice 8th district 4,000
Justice 7th district 3,000
Justice 10th district 3,000
Justice 12th district 3.000


Nine pensioners, each.. 600
18 scrubwomeB, each.... 360
Suboperators, per day.. 2.46%
Subdrlvers, per day 2.00
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Fire marshal $6,000


Justice llth district.... 2,500
Investigator of courts... 2,400
One clerk 1st district... 1.350
One clerk 3d district... 1,350
One clerk 1st district.. 1,200
One clerk 2d district 1,080
One clerk 4th district... 1,080
One clerk 5th district... 1,080
One clerk 6th district... 1,080
One clerk 6th district.. . 1,080
One clerk 2d district... 1,000
One clerk 3d district... 1,000
One clerk 4th district.. 1,000
Eighteen bailiffs, each. 1,000
One clerk 7th district.. 1,000
Two clerks, 1st dist., ea 900
One clerk 7th district... 900
Five clerks 8th, 9th,
10th, llth and 12th


Bricklayers' helpers,
per day 2.60


First ass't marshal 4,500



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