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ham, Ohio

Private Secretary to the Secretary
Jasper Wilson, Iowa

Chief Clerk Andrew Geddes, Iowa. .

Appointment Cleric Joseph B. Ben
nett, Wisconsin

Chief of Weather Bureau Willis L.
Moore, Illinois

Chief of Bureau of Animal Industry
D. E. Salmon, North Carolina

Director of Experiment Stations A.
C. True, Connecticut

Chief of Division of Publications
Geo. Wm. Hill, Minnesota

Chief of Division of Accounts F. L.
Evans, Pennsylvania

Chief of Bureau of Soils Milton
Whitney, Maryland

Statistician John Hyde, Nebraska...

Chief of Bureau of Forestry Gifford
Pinchot, New York

Entomologist L. O. Howard, New
York

Chemist II. W. Wiley, Indiana

Chief of Division of Biological Surrey
C. II. Merriam, New York

Special Agent of Road Inquiry M.
Dodge, Ohio

Librarian Josephine A. Clark, Massa
chusetts

Chief of Supply Division Cyrus B.
Lower, Pennsylvania

Bureau of Plant Industry

Chief B. T. Galloway, Missouri...
Pathologist and Physiologist Al
bert F. Woods, Nebraska

Botanist Frederick V. Coville, New

York

Pomologist Gustavus B. Brackett,

Iowa

Agrostologist F. Lamson Scribner,
Tennessee



Civil Service Commissioner John R.
Procter, Kentucky

Civil Service Commissioner W. D.
Foulke, Indiana

Civil Service Commissioner W. A.
Rodenberg, Illinois

Chief Examiner of Civil Service A. R.
Serven

Secretary of Civil Service John T.
Doyle, New York

Commissioner of Labor C. D. Wright,
Massachusetts

Chief Clerk of Labor G. W. W.
Hanger

Government Printer Frank W. Pal
mer, Illinois

Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries
G. M. Bowers

Librarian of Congress Herbert Put
nam, Massachusetts

Assistant Librarian A. R. Spofford,
Ohio .



[52,400
2,300

4,500

2,250
2,500

2,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,500
2,500

3,000
3,000

3,000

2,500
3,000

2,500
2,500
1,800
2,000
3,000
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500

3,500
3,500
3,500
3,000
2,000
5,000
2,500



Director of Bureau of American Re
publics Wm. W. Rockhill, District
of Columbia $5,000

Chief Clerk of Bureau of American Re
publics Williams C. Fox, District
of Columbia

Secretary of Smithsonian Institute
S. P. Langley, District of Colum
bia

Director of Bureau of American Eth
nology J. W. Powell

Secretary of Industrial Commission

E. Dana Durand

Reciprocity Commissioner John A.

Kasson

Director of National Bureau of Stand
ards S. W. Stratton, Illinois



INTER-STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.



Chairman Martin A. Knapp, New
York

Judson C. Clements, Georgia

James D. Yeomans, Iowa

Charles A. Prouty, Vermont

Joseph W. Fifer, Illinois

Secretary Edward A. Moseley, Massa
chusetts

Assistant Secretary - - Martin S.
Decker, New York

UNITED STATES PENSION AGENTS.



7,500
7,500
7,500
7,500
7,500



Augusta, Me

Boston, Mass

Buffalo. N. Y

Chicago, 111

Columbus, Ohio. . . .

Concord, N. II

Des Moines, Iowa..

Detroit. Mich

Indianapolis, Ind. . .
Knoxville, Tenn . . . .

Louisville, Ky

Milwaukee, AVis. . . .
New York City, N. Y
Philadelphia. Pa...

Pittsburg, Pa

San Francisco. Cal.

Topeka, Kan

Washington, I). C .



. Selden Connor.

. Augustus J. Hoitt.

. Charles A. Orr.

. Jonathan Merriam.

. Joseph W. Jones.

. Hugh Henry.

. Emery F. Sperry.

. Oscar A. Janes.

. Jacob I). Leighty.

. John T. Wilder.

. Leslie Combs.

. Edwin D. Coe.

.Michael Kerwin.

. St. flair A. Mulholland.

. John W. Nesbit.

. Jesse B. Fuller.

. Cyrus Leland, Jr.

. Sidney L. Willson.



UNITED STATES ASSISTANT TREASURERS.

Sub-Treasuries. Assistant Treasurers.

Baltimore James M. Sloan.

Boston George A. Marden.

Chicago W. P. Williams.

Cincinnati Charles A. Bosworth.

New Orleans Charles J. Bell.

New York Conrad N. Jordan.

Philadelphia John F. Finney.

St. Louis Barnard G. Farrar.

San Francisco Julius Jacobs.

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.



4,500 Houlton, Me., Thomas II. Phair.

Bangor, Me.. Albert R. Day.
5,000 Bath. Me.. George Moulton, Jr.

Belfast, Me., James S. Harriman.
6,000 Castine, Me., George M. Warren.

Ellsworth, Me., Henry Whiting.
4,000 Machias, Me., Frank L. Shaw.
327



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN 1903



Kennebunk, Me.. George E. Cousens.
Eastport, Me., George E. Curran.
Portland, Me., Charles M. Moses.
Saco, Me., William L. Gerrish.
Waldoboro, Me., Frederick W. Wight.
Wiscasset, Me., Daniel II . Moody.
York, Me., Edward II. Banks.
Portsmouth, N. II., Rufus N. Elwell.
Bristol, R. L, Charles D. Eddy.
Newport, R. L, vacant.
Providence, R. I., Kllery H. Wilson.
Burlington, Vt., Olin Merrill.
Newport, Vt., Zophar M. Mansur.
Bridgeport, Conn., Frank J. Naramore.
Hartford, Conn., Ezra B. Bailey.
New Haven, Conn., John W. Mix.
New London, Conn., Thomas O. Thompson.
Stonington, Conn., Charles T. Stanton.
Barnstable, Mass., Thacher T. Hallet.
Boston, Mass., George H. Lyman.
Edgartown, Mass., Charles II. Marchant.
Fall River, Mass., James Brady.
Gloucester, Mass., William II. Jordan.
Marblehead, Mass., Stuart F. McClearn.
Nantticket, Mass., Obed G. Smith.
New Bedford, Mass., George F. Bartlett.
Newburyport, Mass., Hiram P. Mackintosh.
Plymouth, Mass., Herbert Morissey.
Salem, Mass., John Daland.
Buffalo, N. Y., Henry W. Brendel.
Cape Vincent, N. Y., William J. Grant.
Plattsburg, N. Y., W T alter C. Witherbee.
Dunkirk, N. Y., John Bourne.
Rochester, N. Y., Henry Harrison.
New York, N. Y., George R. Bidwell.
Niagara Falls, N. Y., James Low.
Ogdensburg, N. Y., Charles A. Kellogg.
Oswego, N. Y., James H. Cooper.
Sag Harbor, N. Y., Peter Dippel.
Jersey City, N. J., S. D. Dickinson, Asst. Col.
Bridgeton, N. J., George W. McCowan.
Trenton, N. J., Roland Billingham.
Sorners Point, N. J.. Walter Fifield.
Newark, N. J., George L. Smith.
Perth Amboy, N. J., Robert Carson.
Tuckerton, N. J., Samuel P. Bartlett.
Camden, N. J., F. F. Patterson, Asst. Col.
Philadelphia, Pa., C. Wesley Thomas.
Erie, Pa., Benjamin B. Brown.
Wilmington, Del., Robert G. Houston.
Washington, D. C., William B. Todd.
Annapolis, Md., John K. Gladden.
Baltimore, Md.. William F. Stone.
Crisfield, Md., James C. Tawes.
Alexandria, Va., Marshall L. King.
Cape Charles City, Va., C. G. Smithers.
Norfolk, Va., Richard G. Banks.
Petersburg, Va., William Mahone.
Tappahanuock, Va., Thomas C. Walker.
Newport News, Va., Jesse W. Elliott.
Richmond, Va., Joseph H. Stewart.
Beaufort, N. C., Christopher D. Jones.
Newbern, N. C., Mayer Hahn.
Edenton, N. C., George W. Cobb.
Wilmington, N. C., John C. Dancy.
Beaufort, S. C., Robert Smalls.
Charleston, S. C., Robert M. Wallace.
Georgetown, S. C.. Isaiah J. McCattrie.
Brunswick, Ga., Henry T. Dunn.
Savannah, Ga., John II. Deveaux.
St. Mary s. Ga.. Budd Coffee.
Mobile, Ala., William F. Tibbett*.



Shieldsboro, Miss., Henry C. Turley.
Natchez, Miss., Louis J. Winston.
Vicksburg, Miss., Joseph H. Short.
Apalachicola, Fla., William B. Sheppard.
Cedar Keys, Fla., Samuel P. Anthony.
Fernandina, Fla., John W. Howell.
Jacksonville, Fla., William H. Lucas.
Key West, Fla., George W. Allen.
St. Augustine, Fla., Thomas B. George.
Tampa, Fla., Matthew B. Macfarlane.
Pensacola, Fla., John E. Stillman.
New Orleans, La., Augustus T. Wimberly.
Brasher, La., John A. Thornton.
Brownsville, Tex., Charles H. Maris.
Corpus Christi, Tex., James J. Haynes.
Eagle Pass, Tex., Claremont C. Drake.
El Paso, Tex., vacant.
Galveston, Tex., Frank L. Lee.
Cleveland, O., Charles F. Leach.
Sandusky, O., Edmund H. Zurhorst.
Toledo, O., Joseph C. Bonner.
*Detroit, Mich., John T. Rich.
Grand Haven, Mich., George A. Farr.
Marquette, Mich., John Quincy Adams.
Port Huron, Mich., Lincoln Avery.
Chicago, 111., William Penn Nixon.
St. Paul, Minn., John Peterson.
Duluth, Minn., Levi M. Willcuts.
Milwaukee, Wis., Charles B. Roberts.
Great Falls, Mont., Charles M. Webster.
San Francisco, Cal., Frederick S. Stratton.
San Diego, Cal., William W. Bowers.
Los Angeles, Cal., John C. Cline.
Eureka, Cal., Sterling A. Campbell.
Astoria, Ore., John Fox.
Coos Bay, Ore., John Morgan.
Portland, Ore., Isaac L. Patterson.
Yaquina, Ore., Charles B. Crosno.
Port Townsend, Wash., F. D. Iluestis.
Sitka, Alaska, Joseph W. Ivey.
Nogales, Ariz., Frank L. Doan
Pembina, N. D., Nelson E. Nelson.
Honolulu, H. L, E. R. Stackable.
San Juan, P. R., George W. Whitehead.

THE JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OP THE UNITED STATES.

Chief- Justice of the United States Melville W. Fuller,
of Illino : s, born 1833, appointed 1888.

Born. Ap]>.

Associate Justice John M. TTarlan. Ky 1833 1877

" " Horace Gray, Mass 1828 1S8I

" " David J. Rrewer, Kan. . .1837 I8SO

" " Henry R. Rrown, Mich. .1836 ISO!)

" " George Shiras, Jr. . Pa. .. 1832 1803

" " Edward D. White, La 1845 1804

" " Rufus W. Peckham. N. Y. 1837 1S05

" Joseph McKenna, Cal.. ..1843 1898
Reporter .J. C. Bancroft Davis, N. Y. ClerTc-3. H
McKenney, D. C. Marshal Tohn M. Wright, Ky.

The salary of the Chief-Justice of the United States is
$10,500 ; Associate Justices, $10.000 each ; of the Re
porter, $4.500 ; Marshal, $3,500 ; Clerk of the Supreme
Court, $6,000.

CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Cir. .Indies. App.

1. T,e Baron B. Colt, R. T 1884

William L. Putnam. Me 1802

2. William J. Wallace, N. Y 1882

E. Henry Lacombe, N. Y 1887

Nathaniel Shipman, Conn 1892

3 Marcus W. Acheson, Pa 1891

George M. Dallas, Pa 1892

George Gray, Del 1899



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN 1902



5.



CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES Con
tinued,

Cir. Judge*. App.

4. Nathan Goff, W. Va 1892

Charles H. Simonton, S. C 1893

Don A. Pardee, La 1881

A. P. McCormick, Tex 1892

David D. Shelby, Ala 1899

(5. Henry F. Severens, Mich 1 JOO

Horace H. Lurton. Teuu 1893

William R. Day, Ohio 1899

7 James G. Jenkins, Wis 1893

Peter S. Grosscup, III 1899

Francis E. Baker, Ind 1901

5. Henry 0. Caldwell, Ark 1890

Walter H. Sanborn, Minn 1892

Amos M. Thayer, Mo 1894

9. William W. Morrow, Cal 1897

William B. Gilbert, Ore 1892

Erskine M. Ross, Cal 1895

Salaries. $f>.000 each. The judges of each circuit and
the justice of the Supreme Court for the circuit consti
tute a Circuit Court of Appeals. The First. Circuit con
sists of Maine, Massachusetts. New Hampshire. Rhode
Island Second Connecticut, New York, Vermont.

Third Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Fourth

Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia,
West Virginia. Fifth Alabama. Florida, Georgia, Lou
isiana, Mississippi. Texas. Sixth -Kentucky, Michigan,
Ohio. Tennessee. Seventh Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin.
Eighth Arkansas, Colorado, Indian and Oklahoma Ter
ritories, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota. Missouri, Nebraska,
New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyo
ming. Ninth Alaska, Arizona. California, Idaho, Mon
tana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington.

UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS.

Chief -Justice, Charles C. Nott, N. Y. Associate Judges
Lawrence Weldon, 111. ; Stanton J. Peelle, Ind. ; John
Davis, D. C. ; Charles B. Howry, Miss. Salaries, $1.500
each. Chie/Clerk Archibald Hopkins, Mass., $3,000.

UNITED STATES COURT OP PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS.

Chief-Justice Joseph R. Reed, Iowa. Justices Wil
bur F. Stone, Col. ; Henry C. Sluss, Kan. ; Frank I. Os-
borne, N. C. ; William W." Murray, TiMin. United States
Attorney Matthew G. Reynolds, Mo.

COURT OF APPEALS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Chief -Justice Richard H. Alvey, Md., $6.500. Jus
tices Martin F. Morris, I). C., $(5,000; Seth Shepard,
Tex., $6,000. Clerk Robert Willett, D. C., $3,000.



DISTRICT

Districts.

Ala.: N. &. M.
" S. D. ...
Alaska


COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Judges. Addresses. Salaries.

. .Thomas G. Jones. .Montgomery. .$5.000
..II. T. Toulmin ...Mobile 5,000
.. M. C. Brown Juneau 3,000
, ..A. H. Noyes St. Michael 3,000
I Wickersham . . .E:igleCity 3000


Arizona
Ark. : E. D. . . .
" W. I)
Cal. : N. D
S. D. .,
Colorado
Connecticut . .
Delaware


..Webster Street Phoenix 3,000
. ..Jacob Trieber Little Rock 5,000
...John H. Rogers.. .Fort Smith 5.000
...John J. De Haven. San Francisco. 5,000
...Olin Wellborn Los Angeles... 5,000
.. Moses Hallett Denver 5,000
..W. K. Townsend..New Haven... 5,000
. . Ed. G. Bradford. . . Wilmington. . . 5,000



Districts.
Fla.: N. D
" S D


Judges.

.Charles Swayne. .
.James W. Locke.
Wm T. Newman


Addresses. Sa
Pensacola i
Jacksonville ..
.Atlanta
. Macon
.Honolulu
Boise
. Chicago


Brief.
55,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5.00t
5,001
5,1101
5,001
5,001
5,000
5,000
5,000
5^000
5.000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5.000
5.000
3.000
5.000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5.000
5,000
5.000
5,000
5.000
5.000
5.000
r i 0"0


Ga.- N D


" S D


.Emory Speer
M. S. Estee
James H. Beatty.
.C. C. Kohlsaat...


Hawaii ....


Idaho
111. : N. I)

S I)


. Springtield. ...
.Vinita


Ind. T. :N. D...
" C. D...
" S. D....
" N.C.S.D
Indian?
Iowa: N. D
" S. D....
Kansas
Ky. : W. D
" E. D
La.: E. D
" W D


.Jos A Gill


.W. H.H.Clayton.
. Hosea Towusend.
.John R. Thomas. .
.John H. Baker. ..
.Oliver P. Shiras. .
.S. McPherson
.Wm. C. Hook....
.Walter Evans
.A. M. J. Cochran.
.Charles Parlange.
.Aleck Boarmau..


.S. McAlester..
. Ardmore


.Vinita
.Indianapolis ..
.Dubuque
.Red Oak


. Leavenworth. .
.Louisville
.Maysville
.New Orleans..
.Shreveport... .
.Portland
.Baltimore




Nathan Webb


Maryland
Mass


.Thomas J. Morris.


Mich.: E. D. . . .
W. D...
Minnesota
Miss.: N. & S..
Montana
Mo. : E. D
" W. D


.Henry H. Swan..
.Geo. P. Wanty...
. Wm. Lochreu
.Henry 0. Niles. ..
.Hiram Kuowles. .
. Elmer B. Adams. .
.John F. Philips..
Wm H Munger


.Detroit
.Grand Rapids.
. Minneapolis. . .
.Kosciusko ....
.Helena
.St. Louis
.Kansas City..
.Omaha
.Carson City. ..
.Littleton
.Newark
.Las Vegas
.Utica
.Buffalo
.N. Y. City....
.Brooklyn
.Raleigh
.Greensboro
. Fa rgo
.Cleveland


Nevada
New Hamp
New Jersey
New Mexico. ..
N. Y.: N. D...
W. D...
" S. D...
" E. D...
N. C. : E. D . . .
" W. D...
North Dakota. .
Ohio- N D


.Thos. P. Hawley. .
.Edgar Aldrich. ..
.A. Kirkpatrick. ..
.Wm. J. Mills....
.Alfred C. Coxe...
.John R. Hazel. ..
Geo. B. Adams. . .
.Edw. B.Thomas..
.Thos. R. Purnell..
. James E. Boyd. . .
.Chas F. Amidon.
.A. J. Ricks. ...


" N. D....
" S. I)....
Oklahoma
Oregon


.F. J. Wing
.A. C. Thompson.
.John H. Burford
.C B Bel linger


.Cleveland
.Cincinnati
.Guthrie
.Portland
.Philadelphia. .
.Scranton
.Pittsburg
.San Juan
.Providence
.Charleston
.Sioux Falls. . .
.Chattanooga . .
.Memphis
.Sherman


Pa. : E. D

" M D


.J. B. McPherson
.R. W. Archbald..
.Jos Bufflngton


" W I)


Porto Rico
Rhode Island. .
South Carolina.
South Dakota.
Tenu. : K. & M
" W. D. .


.Vacant
.A. L. Brown
.W. H. Brawley. ..
.John E. Garland..
.Chas. D. Clark...
.E S Hammond


Texas: E. D. .


.D. K. Bryant


" W. D. . .
N. D..
Utah


Thos S Maxey


.Edw. R. Meek...
.J. A. Marshall...
.H. H. Wheeler...
E Waddill Jr


.Fort Worth...
.Salt Lake City.
. Brattloboro ." .
. Richmond
.Big Stone Gap.
.Seattle
. Parkersburg . .
. Brain well
.Shobovgan. . . .
.Madison
.Cheyenne


5,000
5^000
5.000
5.000
5.000
5.000
5.000
5,000
5,01
5,000
5,000


Vermont
Va E D . .


" W. D
Washington . ..
W. Va.: N. D..
" S. D..
Wis. : E. D. . . .
" W. D. ...
Wyoming


.H. C. McDowell..
.C. H. Han ford....
.J. J. Jackson. . .
.B. F. Keller
.W. H. Seaman...
.Romanzo Bunn.
.John A. Riner. .



Rank.

Lieu tenant-General
Major-General



Name.

Nelson A. Miles

..John R Brooke

. . Elwell S. Otis

. .S imuel B. M. Young.
, .. Adna R. Chaffee



THE ARMY.

RAt, OFFICERS OF TIIK LINK.

Command. Headquarters.

..United States Army Washington, D. C.

. .Department of the East New York. N. Y.

(Department of the Lakes Chicago, 111.

(Department of Dakota St. Paul. Minn.

..Department of California San Francisco, Cal.

. Division of the Philippines Manila, P. I.



. .Arthur MacArthur Unassignod

. . , Loyd Wheaton .. . Department of North Philippines > . . . Munita*

3-20



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN 1902



GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE LINE Continued..

Rank. Name. Command. Headquarters.

Brigadier-General.. .James F. Wade ........... Department of South Philippines ...... Cebu, P. I.

.. .JohnC. Bates ............. In the Philippines .................... Manila, P. I.

.. .George W. Davis .......... %l ..... ............... " "

...Samuel S. Sumner ........ " " " ................... "

. . . Leonard Wood ............ Department of Cuba ................. Havana, Cuba.

.. .Robert P. Hughes ......... In the Philippines .................... Manila, p. I.

...George M. Randall ........ Department of the Columbia .......... Vancouver Barracks, Wash.

...William A. Kobbe ........ In the Philippines ................... Manila, P. I.

...Frederick D. Grant .......

...Franklin J. Bell ...........

...Jacob H. Smith ...........

. . . Frederick Funston ........



...William H. Bisbee



Where Stationed.
.Washington, D. C.



CHIEFS OF STAFF CORPS AND BUREAUS OP THE WAR DEPARTMENT.

Major-General ...... Henry C. Corbin .......... Adjutant-General .................... Washington, D. C.

Brigadier-General. . .M. I. Ludington ........... Quartermaster-General ...............

. . . Alfred E. Bates ........... Paymaster-General ...................

. . .John F. Weston ........... Commissary-General .................

.. .George M. Sternberg ...... Surgeon General .....................

...Adolphus W. Greely ....... Chief Signal Officer ..................

. ..George L. Gillespie ........ Chief of Engineers ...................

. . . William Crozier ........... Chief of Ordnance ...................

____ Joseph C. Breckiuridge ____ Inspector-General ....................

. . .George B. Davis ............ Judge- Advocate-General ..............

...Frederick C. Ainsworth. ..Chief Record and Pension Officer ......

THE NAVY.

FLAG OFFICERS.

ADMIRAL.

Name. Duty.

George Dewey ................... Senior Member General Board .....................

REAR ADMIRALS.

John A. Howell ................. President Naval Retiring Board ......................... .Washington, D. C.

George C. Rerney ................ Commander- in -Chief Asiatic Station _____ ................... Flag-ship Brooklyn.

Norman H. Farquhar ............ Chairman Light house Board ............... ............. Washington, D. C.

John C. Watson .................. President Naval Examining Board ..... . ................ " "

Silas Casey ..................... Oommander-in-Chief Pacific Station ...................... Flag-ship Wisconsin.

Bartlett J. Cromwell ............. Commander-in-Chief European Station .................... Flag ship Chicago.

Francis J. Higgiuson ............. Commander in-Chief North Atlantic Station ............... Klag-ship.K eamm/e.

Frederick Rodgers ............... Senior Squadron Commander, Asiatic Station .............. Flag-ship New York.

Louis Kempff. ................... Junior Squadron Commander, Asiatic Station .............. Flag-ship Kentucky.

George W. Sumner .............. Commandant Naval Station, League Island ................ League Island, Pa.

Albert S. Barker ................ Commandant Navy-yard, New York ...................... New York, N. Y.

Charles S. Cotton ................ Commandant Navy-yard. Norfolk ......................... Portsmouth, Va.

Robley D. Evans ................. President Board of Inspection and Survey ................. Washington, D. C.

Silas W. Terry ................... Commandant Navy-yard, Washington ............. . ...... " "

Merrill Miller .................... Commandant Navy-yard, Mare Island .................... Mare Island, Cal.

John J. Read .................... Commandant Navy-yard, Portsmouth ..................... Portsmouth, N. H.

Henry C. Taylor ..... ........... Member General Board .................................. Washington, D. C.

Mortimer L. Johnson ............ Commandant Navy-yard, Boston ......................... Boston, Mass.

Edwin M. Shepard ............... Commandant Naval Station, Port Royal ................... Port Royal, S. C.

Frank Wildes .................... Commandant Navy-yard, Pensacola ....................... Pensacola, Fla.

Henry Glass ..................... Commanding Training Ship and Station, San Francisco ...... San Francisco, Cal.



RETIRED LIST.



Rank. Name.

Rear-Admiral Thos. O. Selfridge, Sr. .

George B. Balrh

Aaron K. Hughes

John H. Upshur

Francis A. Roe

Samuel R. Franklin..

Stephen B. Luce

James E. Jouett

" Lewis A. Kimberly...

u Bancroft Gherardi

" George E. Belknap...
" D. B. Harmony

A. E. K. Benham

James A. Greer

Aaron W. Weaver

" George Brown

" John G. Walker

" Francis M. Ramsay ..

" Oscar F. Stan ton

" Henry Erben

" L. A. Beardslee



Residence.
Washington, D. C.
Baltimore, M. D.
Washington, D. C.



Newport, R. I.
Washington, D. C.
W. Newton, Mass.
. East Orange, N. J.
Brookline. Mass.
Santa Barbara, Cal.
Washington, D. C.



Indianapolis, Ind.
Washington, I). C.

New London. Conn.
New York, N. Y.
. Little Falls, N. Y.



Rank. Name.

Rear-Admiral Thos. O. Selfridge, Jr.

Joseph N. Miller

E. 0. Matthews

Charles S. Norton

Henry L. Howison. . .

Albert Kautz

WinfleldS. Schley...
William G. Buehler..
Henry B. Robeson...

Benjamin F. Day

Alex. H. McCortnick.

Nicoll Ludlow

James Entwistle

Nehemiah M. Dyer . .

Joseph Trilley

John Lowe

John Schouler

Cipriano Andrade. ..
Lewis W. Robinson..

Edwin White

John McGowau



Residence.
.Washington, D. C.
. New York N. Y.
.Newport, R. I.
.Brooklyn. N. Y.
.Yonkers, N. Y.
.Amherst, Mass.
.New York, N. Y
.Philadelphia, Pa.
..Walpole, N. H.
Glasgow, Va.
.Annapolis, Md.
.Oakdale, L. I.
.Paterson, N. J.
.Mel rose, Mass.
.San Francisco, Cal,
.Norton, Conn.
.Annapolis, Md.
.Philadelphia. Pa.

.Princeton. N. J.
.Washington, D. C.



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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN 1902



RETIRED LIST Continued.

Rank. Name. Residence.

Rear- Admiral James G. Green Washington, D. C.

" James M. Forsyth Philadelphia, Pa.

" George E. Ide New York, N. Y.

" George M. Book Brooklyn, N. Y.

" Oscar VV. Farenholt Maiden, Mass.

" William C. Gibson Brooklyn, N. Y.

" Edward T. Strong Albany, N. Y.

" Frank Courtis Berkeley, Cal.



COMMODORES.

RETIRED LIST.*

Rank. Name. Residence.

Commodore Albert G. Clary Springfield, Mass.

S. Nicholson Washington, I). C.

W. P. McCann New Rochelle, N. Y.

James H. Gillis Delhi, N. Y.

E. E. Potter Belvidere, 111.

R. L. Phythian Annapolis, Md.

" Rush R. Wallace Washington, D. C.

* The grade of Commodore on the active list has been abolished.



NAVAL EXAMINING AND RETIRING BOARDS.

The Naval Examining Board consists of Rear- Admi
ral John C. Watson, President ; Captains Theodore F.
Jewell and Asa Walker, and Commander Charles W. Rae,
members.

The Naval Retiring Board is composed of Rear-Ad
miral John A. Howell, President ; Captains Francis A.
Cook and James H. Sands, and Medical Directors John
C. Wise and W. F. Dixou, members.



NAVAL OBSERVATORY.

Superintendent, Captain Charles H. Davis ; Assistants,
Lieutenant -Commander Charles E. Fox and Profess
ors A. N. Skinner, T. J. J. See, Milton Updegraff, W. S.
Eichelberger, W. S. Harshman, and Frank B. Littell,
members.

NAUTICAL ALMANAC.
Director Prof. Walter S. Harshman.



BEGINNING AND EXPIRATION OF THE TERMS OF SERVICE OF SENATORS.

CLASS I. SENATORS WHOSE TERMS OF SERVICE EXPIRE MARCH 3, 1903.



Name.


Residence.


Beginn

8


ing of present
ervice.


Allison William B (7? )


Dubuf[ue la . .


March


4 1873


Clay Alexander S (D )


Marietta Ga


March


4 1897


Deboe, William J. (R.)


Marion, Ky


April


28 1897


Dillingham, William P. (R )


Montpelier, Vt


Oct.


1!) 1!)00


Fairbanks Charles W (R )


Indianapolis Ind


March


4 1897


Foraker Joseph B (R )


Cincinnati O


March


4 1897


Galliuger, Jacob H. (R.)


Concord, N . II


March


4 1891


Hansbrough Henry C (R )


Devils Lake, N. D


March


4 1801


Harris William A (P )


Linwood Kan


March


4 1897


Ileitfeld Uenry (/) )


Lewiston Idaho


March


4 18 7


Jones, James K (D.)


Washington, Ark


March


4, 18Sr>


Jones John I* ( R )


Gold Hill Nev


March


4 1873


*Kittred or e Alfred B (7? )


Sioux Falls S D


July


11 1901


McKnery, Samuel D. < D. )


New Orleans, La


March


4, 1897


McLaurin, John L. (D.)
Mallory, Stephen R (Z) )


Bennettsville, S. C
Pensacola Fla


June
May


1, 1897



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