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18. 4738 Halsted.


HOSE COMPANIES.


7. 150 North Lincoln.


19. 237 West Chicago avenue.


No. Location.


8. 2865 Loomis.


20. 550 69th.




1. 112 N. Waller av. (Austin).


9. 2 Washlngton-st.


21. 827 Belmon


t avenue.


2. 13% Chestnut place.


10. 409 Larrabee.


22. 130-132 West


Foster-av.


3. 13359 Superior avenue


11. 451 36th place.


23. 3036 Our-st.


(Jefferson).


(Hegewisch).


12. 1245 West 13th.


24. 10400 Vince


ones avenue.


4. 195 Jefferson.


FIRE INSURANCE PATROLS.


No. Location. Telephone.
1. 176 Monroe. M. 1215.


No. Location. Telephone.
4. Union Stoekyds. Yds. 592.


JVb. Location. Telephone.
7. West Division and Marsh-


2. 214 Sangamon. Mon. 493.


5. 60 Whiting


. N. 783.


fleld-av. Monroe 1788.


3. 203 23d. South 772. 6. 235 Hoyne-av. W. 1226.





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PACKERS AND DEALERS IN



PAPER STOCK

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CHICAGO.



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PROMPT SERVICE ASSURED.



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ENGINEERING WORKS

Established 1863. Incorporated 1895.

Automatic and Marine Engines.

Machinery for Linseed and Corn Oil Mills.

Hydraulic Belting Presses.

Hydraulic Presses and Pumps for All Purposes.

Steam Fire Pumps Fireboats Built Complete.

Special Machinery Built.

Elmes' Patent Steam Steerer.

Electric Light Engines.

Machinery Repairs of All Kinds.

ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.

Cylinders and Voice Seats Bored.

Morgan and Fulton Streets,Chicago.

Telephone Monroe 5/7.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 11103.



TAXATION IN CHICAGO.



List of the eleven boards making annual
levies within the city limits:

1. STATE TAX For state purposes. The
governor, auditor and treasurer consti-
tute the board which ascertains the rate
per cent required to produce tue amount
of taxes levied by the general assembly.

"The state school tax" is levied In
the same manner. The rate for all state
purposes varies from 50 to 60 cents on
the $100 assessed valuation.

2. COUNTY TAX The county board levies
the taxes for all county purposes, the
aggregate of which is limited to 75 cents
on the $100.

3. CITY TAX The city council, acting with
the mayor, levies the taxes for all city
purposes.

4. SCHOOL TAX The city council and the
mayor make a separate levy for this
purpose.

5. LIBRARY TAX The city council and the
mayor make a separate levy for this pur-



The levy Is 10 cents on the $100.

tax is levied
The rate now is



pose.

6. SANITARY DISTRICT The tax is levied by
the board of trustees.

50 cents on the $100.

7. SOUTH PARK SYSTEM The south park
commissioners levy for park purposes in



the towns of South Chicago, Hyde Park
and Lake.

8. WEST PARK SYSTEM The West Chicago
park commissioners levy for park pur-
poses in the town of West Chicago. The
rate for 1902 was $1.15 on the $100.

9. LINCOLN PARK The Lincoln park com-
missioners are not "corporate authori-
ties," the Lincoln park act not having
been adopted by popular vote. The levy
for Lincoln park is made by the county
treasurer, acting as ex-officio supervisor.

10. RIDGE PARK A small park district in
Rogers Park, organized under the law
providing for local park districts by pop-
ular vote. The board (if five commis-
sioners levies for the district, its last
levy being $1 on the $100.

11. THE NORTH SHORE PARK DISTRICT Or-
ganized .the same as Ridge Park. The
last levy was 42 cents on the $100.

By an act of the legislature approved
(May 11, 1901, and by the vote of tlv i eople
at the spring election in 1902 the townships
lying within the limits of Chicago were
consolidated and the powers of the town
boards transferred to the city council. This
reduced the taxing boards in Chicago from
eighteen to eleven as above.



POLICE HEADOTARTERS AND STATIONS.



(General

DIVISION HEADQUAR-
TERS.
No. Location.

1. Harrison and Paciflc-av.

2. 53d and Lake-av.

3. Desplaines and Waldo-pi.

4. 233 West Chicago avenue.

5. 240 Chicago avenue.

PRECINCT STATIONS.

1. Room 8, city hall.

2. Harrison and LaSalle-sts.

3. 318 22d.

4. 2523 Cottage Grove-av.

5. 144 35th.

6. 35tb, near Halsted.

7. 2913 Deering street.

8. California, near 38th.

10. 5233 Lake avenue.

11. State and 50th.



and

No,

12.
13.
14.

15.
16.

17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
27.
28.
29.
30.



detective headquarters In
Location,

6344 Jefferson avenue.
Dobson-av., near 75th.
Kensington avenue, near
Front.

89th and Exchange-av.
Erie avenue and 134th.

6345 Wentworth avenue.
86th-st. and Vincennes-av.
4736 Halsted.

1800 West 47th.
Morgan and Maxwell-ets.
187 Canalport avenue.
Hinman and Paulina-sts.
1243 West 13th street.
942 Millard avenue.
19 Desplaines.
609 West Lake.
526 Warren avenue.
2168 West Lake.



city hall.)
No. Location.

31. West Lake, corner Cen-
tral avenue.

32. 233 West Chicago avenue.

33. 99 West North avenue.

34. West North avenue and
Oakley.

35. Milwaukee
Attrill.

36. Milwaukee
avenues.

37. Grand and Bloornlngdale
avenues.

38. 240 Chicago avenue.

39. North-av. and Larrabee.

40. 958 North Halsted.

41. Sheffield, near Diversey.

42. N. Halsted and Addison.

43. Foster and Palmer-ays.

44. N. Clark and Estes-av.



avenue and
and Irving



GOVERNJCENT OFFICES IN CHICAGO.



Customs Department Manhattan building,
fourth floor; collector, Wm. Penn Nixon;
special deputy collector, John Hitt.

Lighthouse Department 1431 Marquette
building; inspector, Commander F. M.
Symonds, U. S. N.

Internal Revenue 174 Adams street; collec-
tor, Henry L. Hertz; chief deputy, Frank
E. Hemstreet; cashier, John McFadden.

United States Subtreasury Rand-McNally
building, second floor; assistant United
States treasurer, William P. Wilson.

Appraiser's Office Harrison and Sherman
streets; appraiser, H. H. Thomas.

United States District Attorney 537 Monad-
nock building; district attorney, Solo-
mon H. Bethea.

United States Marshal 550 Monadnock
building; marshal, John C. Ames.



$7.000
6,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
4,500
4,000
3,500
3.000
2,500

ELECTIONS JN CHICAGO IN 1903.

City (April 7) Mayor, city attorney, city I Cook County (June 1) Fourteen Circuit
treasurer, city clerk and one alderman ! court judges,
from each ward.



Pension Agency Rand-McNally building;

agent. Jonathan Merriam.
Hydrogranhie Office 1621 Masonic Temple;

Lieut. Waldo Evans, U. S. N., in charge.
Marine Hospital Clarendon and Graeeland

avenues; surgeon in command, Henry W.

Sawtelle.

SALARIES OF PRINCIPAL OFFICIALS.

Collector of customs

Postmaster

Treasurer

District attorney

Marshal

Internal revenue collector

Pension agent

United States engineer

Appraiser ,

Professor of meteorology (weather)....



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



SANITARY DISTRICT OF CHICAGO.



(Offices In Security Building.)



OFFICERS.

President Thomas A. Smyth.

Vice-PresidentFrank X. Cloidt.

Clerk Stephen D. Griffin.

Treasurer Fred M. Blount.

Chief Engineer Isham Randolph. \

Attorney James Todd.

Marshal Edward J. Coen.

Board of Trustees William H. Baker, Jo-
seph C. Braden, Zlna R. Carter, Frank
X. Cloidt, Alex. J. Jones, William Legner.
Thomas A. Smyth, Thomas J. Webb, Frank
Wenter.

CHRONOLOGY.

First Investigations made in 1885.
Sanitary bill signed May 29, 1889.
Sanitary district organized Jan. 18, 1890.
Earth broken ("shovel day") Sept. 3, 1892.
Lake water turned Into canal Jan. 2, 1900.
Formal opening of canal Jan. 17, 1900.

DIMENSIONS OF CANAL.

Length of main channel, 28.5 miles.
Length of river, lake to Robey street, 6

miles.

Length river diversion channel, 13 miles.
Width main channel, Robey street to Sum-
mit: Bottom, 110 feet; top, 198.
Width main channel, Summit to Willow

Springs; Bottom, 202 feet; top, 290.
Width main channel, Willow Springs to

Lockport (rock section) : Bottom, 160 feet ;

top, 162.

Width diversion channel: Bottom, 200 feet.
Minimum depth of water in main channel,

22 feet.
Current in earth sections, 1% miles per

hour.

Current In rock sections, 1.9 miles per hour.
Present capacity f canal, 300,000 cubic feet

per minute.
Total amount or excavation, 42,397,904 cubic

yards.



NET RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FROM ORGANIZATION TO DEC. 31, 1900.

HECEIPTS.

Tax account ?22,626,926.17

Bond account 14,005,000.00

Interest on deposits 222,127.11

Tax levy 1896 (Warrants outst'g). 10,963.39
Tax levy 1899 (warrants outst'g). 35,217.31

Tax levy 1900 (warrants outst'g). 379,209.17

Total $37,279,443.15

DISBURSEMENTS.

Administration $2,993,876.25

Right of way 3,266,799.36

River diversion construction 1,000,186.38

Bridge const'n river diversion. 142,391.94

Main channel construction 18,482,430.58;

Bridge const'n, main channel.. 1,844,232.97

Controlling works, Lockport 303,209.13

Bridge const'n, controlling works 7,924.50

Joliet project 1,202,965.96

Bridge const'n, Joliet project... 269,612.96
Chicago river dredging, dock-
ing, etc

Bridge const'n, Chicago river...
Illinois and Michigan canal im-
provement at Bridgeport

Capitalization and maintenance

of bridges

Interest on bonds 3,456,738.26

Interest on tax warrants 440,993.54

Dock and land Improvement and

rental account

Land damages

Personal Injuries account

Bridgeport pumping works

Special commissioners Chicago

drainage canal

Taxes on land in Cook, Doipage

and Will counties

Telephone line construction

Charged against contractors pend-
ing ttnal settlement



269,612.96
440,564.56

76,809.17
282,196.20 j

1 AKC TOO OC



4,262.72
60,982.90

1.685.60
75,181.20

33,075.97

14,575.14
7,943.66

43,318.57



Total 35,448,291.62

Cash, emergepcy funds In hands

of officers 23,136.05

Cash in hands of treasurer 1,808,015.48

Total 37,279,443.15



CHIEFS OF POLICE OF CHICAGO.



Names and dates of appointment:
W. W. Kennedy, April, 1871.
Elmer Washburn, April, 1872.
Jacob Rehm, December, 1873.
Michael C. Hickey, Oct. 7, 1875.
Valerius A. Seavey, July 30, 1878.
Simon O'Donnell, Dec. 15, 1879.
William J. McGarigle, Dec. 13, 1880.
Austin J. Doyle, Nov. 13, 1882.



Frederick Kbersold, Oct. 26, 1885.
George W. Hubbard, April 17, 1888.
Frederick H. Marsh, Jan. 1, 1890.
Robert W. McClaughry, May 18, 1891.
Michael Brennan, Sept. 11. 1893.
John J. Badenoch, April 11, 1895.
Joseph Kipley, April 16, 1897, and April,
1899.
Francis O'Neill, April 30, 1901.



President William S. Warren.
Secretary George S. Stone.
Treasurer Ernest A. Hamill.
Directors George S. Bridge, John H. Jones,



BOARD OF TRADE.

(Jackson boulevard and LaSalle street.)



Samuel A. McClean, R. D. Richardson,
Clias. H. Taylor, Frederick W. Smith,
Thomas C. Edwards, Harry B. Slaughter,
William H. Chadwick, Frank C. Remick.



FIELD COLUMBIAN MUSEUM.



President H. N. Higinbotham.
Secretary George Manierre.
Director Frederick J. V. Skiff.



(In Jackson park.)

I Hours Open 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Free Days Saturday and Sunday.
Admission on other days 25 cents.



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418 CHICAGO DAILY NK\VS ALMANAC AND YKAK BOOK FOIl 1903.


ASSESSMENT OF TAXABLE PROPERTY IN CHICAGO.


The f jllowing Is a statement of the valuation of taxable real estate and personal property,
aurt the amount of taxes levied each year, from 1837 to 1902, inclusive:


YB.


Real

estate.


Personal
property.


Total
valuation.


Tax levy.


YB.


Real

estate.


Personal
property


Total

valuation.


Tax levy.


1837. .
1888..

1839.
1840..
1841..
1842..
1843..
1844..
1845..
1846..
1847..
1848..
1849. .
1850..

ia r )i..

1852. .
1853..
1854..
1855..
1866..
1857..
1858..
1859. .
1800..
1861..
1862..
1803..
1864..
1865..
1866..
1867..
1868..
1869..


$23K,842
235.99f.
94.803
94,437
127,024
108.757
962,221
1,992.085
2,273,171
3,664,425
4.995,466
4,998,266
5 181,637
5,685.965
6.804.262
8,190.769
13,130.677
18.990.744
21.l>37,500
25,392.308
39,807,828
30,175.325
30,732,313
81, 18, 135
31,314,749
31.587,545
35,143,252
37.148.023
44.065,499
66.495.116
141,445.920
174,490,6tW
211.371,240


'" 139'. 720
42,585
479,093
771.186
791,851
857,231
853.704
1.302,174
1.495,047
1.534,284
1.758.455
2.272.645
3.711.154
5.401.495
5.355.393
5.843.776
7,027,053
5,816.407
5.S21.067
5.855,377
5.037,631
5,552,300
7.524,072
11,584,759
20.644,678
29.458.134
53,580.924
55,756.340
54,653.640


$236.842
235.9%
94,803
94.437
166.744
151,342
1.441,314
2,763.281
3,065,022
4,521,656
5.849,170
6.300.440
6,676,684
7,220,249
8,562,717
10.463.414
16.841,831
24.392.239
26.992.893
31.736.084
36.335.281
35.991.732
36.553,380
37.053,512
36.352,380
37.139.845
42.667.324
48.732.782
64.710,177
85.953,250
195,026.844
230.247.000
266,024.880


$5,905.15
8,849.86
4,664.55
4.721.85
10,004.67
9,181.27
8,647.89
17,166.24
11.077.58
15.825.80
18.159.01
22,051.54
30.045.OSi
25,270.87
63.385.87
76,948.96
135.662.68
HW.U81.64
206,209.03
3SXi.652.39
572.046.00
430.190.00
513.164.00
373.315.29
559,968.00
564.033.06
853.346.00
974,655.64
1,294,183.50
1,719,064.05
2.518,472.00
3.2-^.457.80
8.990,373.20


1870..
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
1881.
1882.
1883.
1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.

!SSS.

1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902


$223.643.600
236.898.650
239,154.890
262.969.83C
258,549,310
12o.468.tW5
128.832,403
116.082.533
104,420.053
91.152.229
89,082.033
90.099.045
95,881,714
101,596.795
105.t!06.743
107,146,881
122,1)80.123
123,169.455
123,292,358
127.372.618
170,553,854
203.353,791
190.614,636
189.299,120
190,960.897
192,498,842
195,684,875
184.632.905
178,801.172
260.265.058
202.884.012
259.254,598
276,511.375


$52.342.950
52,847,820
45,042.540
49,103,175
45,155,830
48.295.W1
39. 165,754
32,317.615
27,563.386
26.517.806
28.101.688
29,053.743
29,479,022
31.616,893
31,720,237
32.811.411
35.516.009
38.035.0SO
37,349.365
40.763.213
48.800,514
53,245.783
53.1 17,502
56.491.231
56,461.825
50.977,983
48,672,411
47.393,755
42.165.275
84,!31.361
73,681.868
115.325.842
119,859.965


$275.986,550
289,746.470
284,197,430
312,072.995
303.705,140
173.764.246
167,998,157
148.400.148
131,983.439
117,970.035
117,133.726
119.152.288
125.360,736
133.213.688
137.326.980
139,958.292
158.496.132
161,204,535
160.641,723
168,135.831
219,354.368
256,599.574
243,732.138
246,790.851
247,422.722
243,476,825
244,357,286
282,026,660
220,966,447
345.196.419
276.565.880
374,580.440
396.371.340


$4,139,798.70
2,897,461.70
4,462,961.45
5,617,313.9!
5.4i,692.54
5.108,981.40
4.046,805.80
4.013.410.44
3.777,757.23
3.776,450.79
3,899, 126.98
4,186,008.38
4.227,402.98
4,540.506.13
4,872.456.60
5.152.366.03
5.368.409.7(1
5,602.712.56
5.723.067.25
8,828,661.21
9.558.835.00
10.453,270.41
12.142.448.7?
11,810,968.69
11,779,568.12
14.239.685.13
12.290.145.21
l','.'.':i',i.333.10
12,186,786.82
12,738,77063
18,384,195.36
18,404,142.00


The valuatic
From 1867 to 1875

ASSESSMENT
IN
1898 $249,


n since 1
the valu

OF TA3
COOK C
782,679 1
548.581 1
957,900
assessec
on rea
and $3
found t
miles of
nd 2,064
.(tails a
al prope


*Unoffici!
375 is the eq

it ion was i

CABLE PI
ODNTY.
901


il and subj
ualized va
ua.de by the

IOPERTY

>365, 191,329
388,971,412

i for 1902
$88,059,999
railroad
ssors that
oad track
Idetracks.
of the ar-
d:

Value.
$342,967
186,254
1,539
463
13,516
150,204
22,242
6,968
256,249
31,570
173,379
36,049
9,311,350


set to
uatio
city f

Mate

Mam
Agri(
Gold
Shar
noi
Pawi
Shar
tioi
Th
as fc
Impr
aer
Unin
499

To
Impr
lot
Cnin
cit.

Tot
To1

*Sv
eqiia


slight change.
i fixed by the state
or the city tax.

rial and manufacti
facturers' tools au
:ultural tools and u
and silver plated
BS of capital stock
a


Doard of equalization

Value.
red articles $738,545
tl machinery 1,227,595
aachinery... 75,727


1899 381.


W2*


1900
Of
$297,7
on 11
prope
there
in th
Folio
tides

Arti
Horst
Cattl
Mules
Sheet
Hogs
Stean
Safes
Billia
Carrl
Sowii
Pianu
Stean
Mercl

Presi
Secre
Trust
sou


306,
the total
50,254 was
ersonalty
rty. It wai
were 727
s county a
wing are <
of person

ties.
s


valuatloi
1 estate.
161,159 on
y the asse
main rail)
miles of s
3 to some
rty assesst

Number.
... 32,403


not of Illi-

215.683


ibrokers' p

B8 Of StOC

lal banks.




k in state and na-

.. 7.7R0.724


j real-estate asses
dlows:
oved lands, 217,504
es


sment was classified

$7,081,296
7,834,557


iproved lands, 227,-
acres


J 37,577
351


. on acre
oved town
s, 230,613
iproved t(
j lots, 300,

al on lots
al on real

ibject to
ization.


prop'y..
and city
ots ..


{235,289,185
47,545,216


$14,915,853


584


1,311
i engines 1,243


>wn and
344 lots..


9. 827


rd and po
ages and
K machlni
s and orgs
i boats


ol tables... 61
vagons 24,048
>s 11,871


282,834,401
$297,750,254
by state board of


estate.,
change


ng 10 169


SO




AC


ADEMY OF SCIENCES.


(In Lincoln park, op
dent Dr. T. C. Chamberlain,
tary William H. Hlgley.
ees Dr. H. G. Fnrbeck, John Wilkin-
C. A. Heath.


posite Center street.)
The museum is open from 9 a. m. to 5
p. m. on weekdays and from 1 to 5 p. m.
on Sundays. There is no charge for ad-
mission.



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LOCATION OF BANKS.



American Trust and Savings LaSalle and
Monroe.

Austin State South Park and South boule-
vard.

Bank of Montreal 184 LaSalle.

Bank of Nova Scotia 134 Monroe.

Bankers' National 204 Dearborn, 2d floor.

Calumet National 273 92d.

Central Trust Dearborn and Monroe.

Chicago City 6225 Halsted.

Chicago National 148-154 Monroe.

Chicago Savings 98 State.

Colonial Trust and Savings LaSalle and
Washington.

Commercial National Dearborn and Monroe.

Continental National LaSalle and Adams.

Cook County State Savings 9 and 11 Blue
Island avenue.



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Corn Exchange 217 LaSalle.
Drovers' National 4201 Halsted.
Drovers' Trust and Savings 4201 Halst
Farson, Leach & Co. 140 Dearborn.
Federal Trust and Savings LaSalle and

Adams.

First National Dearborn and Monroe.
First National, Englewood 449 West 63d.
Foreman. Bros. LaPalle and Madison.
Fort Dearborn 134 Monroe.
Harris, N. W., & Co. 204 Dearborn.
Hibernian Clark and Randolph.
Home Savings 148-154 Monroe.
Illinois Trust and Savings LaSalle and

Jackson.
Merchants' Loan and Trust Clark and



Adams.

Merchants' National 80 and 82 LaSalle.
Metropolitan Trust and Savings LaSalle

and Madison.
Milwaukee Avenue State 409 Milwaukee

avenue.

National Bank of North America 184 La-
Salle.
National Bank of the Republic -LaSalle and

Monroe.

National Live Stock Union stockyards.
North Side State Savings North C'lark and

Chicago avenue.

Northern Trust LaSalle and Adams.
Oak Park State 813, 172 Washington.
Oakland National 3901 Cottage Grove.
Pearsons- Taft Laud Credit Dearborn and

Madison.

Peoples 47 Dearborn.
Prairie State 110 West Washington.
Pullman Loan and Savings Pullman, 111.
Ravenswood 602 Wilson avenue.
Ravenswood Exchange 602 Wilson avenue.
Royal Trust 169 Jackson.
Siegel, Henry, & Co. State and Van Buren.
South Chicago 9226 Commercial.
Stite Bank of Chicago 142 Washington.
State Bank of West Pullman 120th and

Lowe.
Stockyards Savings Exchange building,

union stockyards.

Union Trust Dearborn and Madison.
Western State 1571 LaSalle.
Zion City 1201 Michigan avenue.



HOSPITALS.



Alexian Brothers Belden and Racine avenues
Augustana 480 Cleveland avenue.
Bennett North Ada and Fulton streets.
Beulah 963 North Clark street.
Bohemian 572 Blue Island avenue.
Chicago Baptist Rhodes avenue and 34th.
Chicago Charity 2407 Dearborn street.
Chicago Eye and Ear 908, 126 State street.
Chicago Homeopathic Wood and York.
Chicago Hospital 452 49th street.
Chicago Lying-in 294 Ashland boulevard.
Chicago Maternity 1033 North Clark street.
Chicago Policlinic 174 Chicago avenue.
Cook County West Harrison and Wood.
Emergency (city) 83 Plymouth court, 531

Wells street and 481 Wabash avenue.
Detention Wood and West Polk streets.
Englewood Union 838 West 64th street.
Frances E. Willard National Temperance

167 Sangamon street.
German-American 30 Belden court.
German Hospital 754 Larrabee street.
Hahnemann 2814 Groveland avenue.
Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary

227 West Adams street.

Isolation West 35th street and Lawndale.
Lakeside 4147 Lake avenue.
Marion Sims 438 LaSalle avenue.
Mary Thompson West Adams and Paulina

streets.

Maurice Porter Children's 606 Fullerton.
Memorial Institute for Infectious Diseases

299 Hermitage avenue.
Mercy Calumet avenue and 26th street.



Michael Reese Groveland avenue and 29th.

Monroe Street West Monroe street and
Campbell avenue.

Norwegian Lutheran Haddon avenue and
Leavitt street.

Norwegian Lutheran Tabitha North Fran-
cisco avenue and Thomas street.

Passavant Memorial 192 Superior street.

People's 2184 Archer avenue.

Post-Graduate Dearborn and 24th streets.

Presbyterian West Congress and Wood.

Provident Dearborn and 36th streets.

Queen Victoria Memorial 511 West Adams
street.

St. Ann's Wost Division street and North
48th avenue.

St. Anthony de Padua West 19th street and
Douglas boulevard.

St. Anthony's Hospital and Orphanage 28
Frankfort street.

St. Elizabeth's North Claremont avenue
and Lemoyne street.

St. Joseph's 360 Garfield avenue.

St. Luke's 1416 Indiana avenue.

St. Mary of Nazareth 545 North Leavitt
street.

Streeter 2646 Calumet avenue.

United States Marine Clarendon and Grace-
land avenues and 9206 Commercial avenue.

Wesley 2459 Dearborn street.

West Side 819 West Harrison street.

Woman's Hospital of Chicago Rhodes a^e-
nue and 32d street.



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Secretary Alfred E. Barr.
Treasurer Clarence E. Burley.
Librarian Julius Rosentbal.



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Judge W. K. Church, Henry W. Price,
David B. Gann, William H. Holden, Ly-
man F. Payne, N. W. Hacker, George
Packard and Henry M. Bates.



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