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TUCKER, .1. LEE (Rep.), 21 District Otsego -In-
ternal .\;ralrs, (Jhalrnian Public Lands.
TWOMBLY. HORATIO N. (Rep.), 7th District

N'-w York — Insurance.
VAN DUSEN. AMBROSE L. (Rep.). 1st District

Ontario— Insnranc-i', En:,'rossed Bills.
VAN DUSEN, WILLIAM J. (Rep.),Montgoraery-

Aitairs ot Villaif'-s. Indian Allairs.
VEDDEU, CoM.MODORE P. (R.p.), 1st District

Cattaraiu'us- JudlclarT, Two-thirds and Thrte-

Hrths Bills.
WELLS, EDWARD B. (R'^p.), 1st District

\V ayue — Atfalrs of Villages, Trade and Manufac-

tur.'S.
WEST. GEORGE (Ben.), 1st District Saratoga -

('liatrnian Trade and Manufactures.
WHITBECK, WILLIAM (Rep.),2l3t District New

York, Kiiiroads, Banks.
WHITE. EDWARD D. (Rep.). 2d District Klngs-

Insiir.tiici' riiairman Railroads.
WIIITTAKER. ALLEN A. (Rep.). %\ District

r!-,tiT— IntLrnal Allairs, Petitions of Aliens.
WILLEY, JOHN M. (D.in.), .-ith District. Erie -

Internal Allairs, Stafi- CbaiUable Institutions.
WOODWARD JOSEPH (R-p.), WarrcE-State

Charitable Instltiiti..Ms, Indian Affairs.
WOOLSEY, ('. MEECH (R''p.).2d District Ulster -

Public PiinriuK'. Ctialrm.in Claims.
WYMAN, OLIVER C. (Uep ), Ist District JelTer-

son — Roads and Bridges, Chairman Manufacture

of Salt.
TEOMANS. LUCIEN T. (Rep.). 2d District

Wayne — (Halms, Expenditures of the Executive

Department, Chairman Agriculture.



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Evening Journal Almanac, , 1S72.



NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT.



Governor

JOHN T. HOFFMAN (Dem.), of -New York City.
Term expires January 1, 1^7.3.

The Governor is elected by the People, holds office
for two years, is Commander-in-Chief of all the mili-
tary and naval forces of the St-ate, has power to con-
vene the Legislature (or the Senate only) on extra-
ordinary occasions, communicates by message to
the Legislature, at every session, the condition of the
State, and recommends such meai^ures as he deems
expedient, transacts all necessary business with the
officers of government, civil and military, expe-
dites all measures resolved upon by the Legislature,
takes care that the laws are faithfully executed, and
has the power of granting reprieves, commutations
and pardons for crimes. Salary, $4,fK)n.

Office in Executive Chamber, Capitol.

Private Secretary, John D. Van Bvren, of New
York. ;'

Lieutenant-Governor.

ALLEN C. BEACH (Dom.), of Watertown.
Term expires January 1, 1S73.

Is elected by the People, holds ofBce for two years.
Is President of the Senate and has the casting vote
therein, is a member of the Canal Board, is one of
the commlsHioners of the Land Ofllce, is one of the
commissioners of the Canal Fund, Is one of the
trustees of the Capitol, one of the trustees of the
Idiot Asylum, and one of the trustees of the State
Hall, and, ex officio, one of the Regents of the Uni-
versity. If the Governor dies, resigns, is impeached,
or otherwise becomes unable to dlscliarge the
powers and duties of his ofQce, they devolve upon
the Lieutenant-Governor for the residue of his
term. Salary, $6 for each day's attendance.

Secretary of State.

G. HILTON SCRIBNER (Rep.), of Yonkers.
Term expires January 1, 1874.

Is elected by the People, holds office for two years,
is the keeper of the records, books, deeds and papers
belonging to the State, receives and records laws,
pardons and other executive and legislative acts,
applications from companies under general laws,
el<^ction returns, etc., furnishes certified and printed
copies to the U. S.. State and county officers, and
other persons authorized to receive them, super-
vises the printing of the laws passed each year, re-
ports annually to the Legislature statistics of pau-
perism and crime, and other information which it
may call for. He Is a member of the Canal Board,
a commissioner of the Canal Fund, a commissioner
of the Land Office, a member of the Board of State
Canvassers, a Regent of the University, a trustee
of the Capitol, of the State Hall, and of the Idiot
Asylum. Salary, $2,:)0n.

Office In the State Hall, first floor.

Comptroller.

NELSON K. HOPKINS (Rep.), of Buffalo. Term
exoires January 1, 1S74.

Is elected by the People, holds office for two years,
superintends and manages the fiscal concerns "of the
State, reports to the Legislature Its annual reve-
nues, expenditures and estimates, audits, examines
and settles accounts due to or from the State,
directs and superintends the collection of taxes and
other moneys, draws warrants on the Treasurer for
the payment of debts due by the State, negotiates
temporary loans. If necessary, to meet demands
against the State, countersigns and registers all
Treasurer's checks and receipts. He is a member
of the Canal Board, a commissioner of the Land
Office, and of the Canal Fund, a member of the



Board of State Canvassers, a trustee of the Capitol,
the State Hall and the Idiot Asvlum. Salary, $2,.i00.
Office in the State Hall, llrst lioor.

Treasurer.

THOMAS RAINES (Rep.), of Rochester. Term
expires January 1, l'<74.

Is elected by the People, holds office for two years,
receives and has charge of ail moneys paid Into the
State Treasury, pays drafts upon the warrants of
the Comptroller, the Auditor of the Canal D.spart-
ment and Superintendent of the Bank D''i)artnieut,
au'i keeps the State's bank account. He is a com-
missioner of the Land Office, and of the Canal Fund,
a member of the Canal Board and Board of State
Canvassers. Salary, $2,o0(».

Office in the State Hall, first floor.

Attorney-General.

FRANCIS C. BARLOW men."), of New York
City. Term expires January 1, 1^74.

Is elected by the People, holds office for two years,
defends and prosecutes all suits in which the State
Is Interested, receives costs adjudged to the State,
prepares drafts of contracts, etc., for State officers,
and prosecutes in their behalf persons violating the
laws In regard to their departments, prosecutes
criminals at Oyer and Terminer, when required by
the Governor or Justices of the Supreme Court.
He is a commissioner of the Land Office and of the
Canal Fund, a member of the Canal Board and of
the Board of State Canvassers, a trustee of the
Capitol and State Hall. Salary, S2,000.

Office In the State Hall, first floor.

State Engineer and Surveyor.

WILLIAM B. TAYLOR (Rep.), of Utlca. Term
expires January 1, \^1\.

Is elected by the People, holds office for two years,
prescribes the duties of, and assigns divisions ol
canals to engineers, visits and inspects canals, pre-
scribes surveys, maps, plans, estimates, etc.. In the
construction and improvement of a canal. Is a mem-
ber of the Canal Board, a member of the Board of
State Canvassers, a commissioner of the Land
Office, and a trustee of the State Hall. Salary,
$2..')00.

Office In the State Hall, second floor.

Superintendent of the Bank Depart-
ment.

DANIEL C. HOWELL (D.-m.), of Bath, Steuben
county. Term expires February 3, 1.S73.

Is appointed by the Governor an>l Senate, holds
office for three .vears, has the general supervision of
the banks of the State, and reports their condition
annually to the Legislature, Issues circulating notes
to banks on their depositing securities, holds their
stock and mortgage securities, and when a bank
proves insolvent, sells them and redeems Its circu-
lation. Salary, $'),000.

Office In the State Hall, second floor.

Superintendent of Insurance
Department.

GEORGE W. MILLER (Dem.), of Rochester.

Term expires February 3, 1<573.

Is appointed by the Governor and Senate, holds
office for three years, has the general supervision
of all Insurance companies transacting business in
the State, and reports th<^lr condition annually to
the Legislature. Salary. J.'i.rnX).

Office in the State Hall, basement floor.



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131



Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion.

ABRAM B. WEAVER (Dem.), of Deerfleld.
Term expires April ;>, 1^74.

Is chosen by Joint ballot of the Senate an^l Assem-
bly. He holils office lor three venrs; has geiieral
snperlntehclence of the public schools; visits them;
imiuires into their manaRement ; advises and directs
in reRard to their course of instruction and disci-
pline. He apportions and distributes the public
school moneys; examines the supplementary ap-
portionments made to all the districts by the school
commissioners, and sees that to each district is set
apart its proportionate share, and that the .same Is
expended by the trustees and paid bv the super-
visor according to law. Decides all appeals Involv-
ing school controversies, that are brought before
him, and his decision is dual. He Is charged with
the general management of teachers' Institutes.
He establishes rules and regulations concerning
■ district school libraries. He makes appointments
of Slate pupils to the Institutions for the Instruc-
tion of the deaf and dumb and the blind, upon the
certirtcate of the proper local officers: and he visits
and inquires into the condition and management of
theae Institutions. He Is chairman of the executive
committee of the State Normal School, and appor-
tions among the counties the number of pupiLs in
that school to which each Is entitled. He has
charge of the Indian schools. He is, «r ojhcio, a
Regent of the University, and chairman of the com-
mittee on teachers' clasc^es In the academies. He is
also, ftc officio, a member of the board of trustees of
the Idiot Asylum. He receives and compiles the
abstracts of the reports from all the school districts
in the State, setting forth their condition and pro-
ceedings and the account of receipts and expenses
for each rear.

His salary Is $2^500. Office in the State Hall,
second iloor.

Auditor of the Canal Department.

GILSON A. DAYTON (Dem.), of Me.xlco, Oswego
county. Term expires April 6, l«7t.

Appointed by the Governor and Senate: holds
office three years; Is Invested with the powers and
duties formerly belonging to the Comptroller in re-
lation to the canals, draws warrants on the Treas-
urer for all canal payments, audits allcanal accounts.
Instructs canal collectors and disbursing officers,
keeps accounts of canal receipts and expenditures
etc., is, ex oj^Hcin. Secretary of the Canal Board ami
of the commissioners of the Canal Fund.

Office In the Stale Hall, first floor.

Inspectors of State Prisons.

rORDYCE L. LAFLIN (Dem.), of Saugertles.
Term exuires J.imiHry 1, 1S7.1

SOLOMON SCHEU (Dem.). of Buffalo. Term
expires January I. 1S74.

THOMAS KIRKPATRICK (Bep.), of Auburn.
Term expires January 1, \6~b.

One Is elected annually by the People, hold office
three years, have general KuperTlslon of the prisons,
appoint keepers and other officers therein, lointly
visit each prison four times a year; one prison Is
assigned to the special charge of each at the begin-
ning of every quarter; report annually to the Legis-
lature. Salary, $l,6fi0, and SyOO traveling expenses.

Canal Commissioners.

WILLIAM W. WRIGHT (Dera.), of Oneva.
Term expires January 1, 1^73.

JOHN D. FAY (Dem.), of Rochester. Terra
expires January 1, 1>;74.

ALEXANDER BARKLKT (Rep.), of Argyle.
Term expires January 1, ls7.i.

One Is elected annually by the People, hold office
three years, have charge of the public works, of
the construction of new canals, and, through the
superintendents of the repairs of the completed
canals, report annually to the Legislature. Salary,
$2.0U0.



The canals are divldefl Into three divisions, one
of which Is assigned to the special charge of each
commissioner.

The Eastern Division consists of the Erie canal
from Albany to ea.st bank of Oneida Lake can.il,
.\lbany bxsin, Champlain canal and Glen's Falls
feeder. Black River canal and feeder, and improve-
ment of Black River reservoir — .115 miles. It is In
charge of Commissioner Bakkiet.

The Middle Division consists of the Erie canal
from the east bank of Oneida L.ike canal to the east
line of Wayne county. Butternut Creek feeder.
Limestone feeder, Camillus feeder, Oneida Lake
canal, Oswego canal, Oneida River Improvement,
Seneca River towing-path, Baldwlnsville canal,
Cayuga and Seneca canal. Crooked Lake canal,
Chemung canal and feeder, Cavnga lidet and Che-
nango canal— .110 ndles. It Is In charge ol Commis-
sioner WRKiHT.

The Western Division consists of the Erie canal
from the east bounds of Wavne county to Butt'alo,
including basin at the latter "nlace. Genesee Valley
t^jmal, navigable. Including Dansville side-cut and
Genesee Valley canal and extension not navigable
— 279 mlle.s. It Is In charge of Commissioner Fay.

Canal Board.

Allen C. BE.trH, Lt.-Gov (Detti.)

G. HiiTON 6rninsr.n,S^r.n/ t<fftte (Rep.)

Nklsox K. Hopkins. V-omptroller (Rep.)

Tno.MAS Rainks, Treasurer (Rep.)

Francis C. Barlow, Attorneu-Oen (Rep.)

William B. Taylor. iHaU Fno. and Siirv (Rep.)

William W. Wright, Canal Commimoner.. .(t>em.)
John D. Fay. do do ...(Dem.)

Alkxander Barklet, do do ... (Rep.)

Meets at the Canal Department, and is fully
charged with the entire respon.slbllltv for the man-
agement of the canals. It tixes the rate of tolls,
appoints collectors of tolls, weigh masters, engineers
and superintendents of repairs, hears appeals from
Canal Appraisers, remits penalties and regulates
police of the canals etc. The Auditor of the Canal
Department Is the Clerk of the Canal Board. .

Canal Appraisers.

Samuel North. Unadilla.
Georuk C. Greene, Watertown.

Terms expire January 27, 167.3.
Jesse Gay, Plattsburgh.

Term expires February 23, 1873.

Appointed by the Governor and Senate; hold
office three years; duties are the appraisal of dam-
ages to Individuals, growing out of the construction
of the canals. Salary, S2,fXH), and $500 for traveling
expenses, at three cents per mile.

Commissioners of Canal Fund.

This Board consists of Lieutenant-Governor, Sec-
reuryofState, Comptroller, Treasurer and Attorney-
General.

Office in the Canal Department. SUte Hall, first
floor.

Commissioners of Land Oflace.

This Board consists of Lieutenant-Governor,
Sp<>aker of the Assembly. Secretary of State, Comp-
troller, Treasurer, Attorney-General and State En-
gineer and Surveyor.

State Assessors.

George Beach, Catskill.
Charlbs W. Lawrence, New York.
Lorenzo Caryl, Little Falls.
The above, with the Commissioners of the Land
Office, constitute a Board of E^iualizatlon.

New Capitol Commissioners.

Hamilton Harris. Albany, ChairiHan.
W'lLLiAM A. Rice, .\\hsiT\y. Secretary and Treaturer.
William C. Klvosley, Brooklyn.
Chauncey M. Depew, New York.



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Deijos De Wolf, Oswego.
Edwin A. Mekritt, Potsdam.
ArchUect, Thomas I uli.eu.
Huperiidendeut, JoHX BuiUOFORD.
Clerk to the Board, Joseph Davis, 21.

Commissioners of Public Accounts.

Benjamin Nott, Albany,

Kuueex 11. Shankland, Elllcottvllle.

GiLSON A. Davton, Mexico.

Governor's Staff.

Mn.l.-Gc'n. Fbanklin Townsend, of Albany, Adjur
latd-Geiieral.

Brevet JIaJ.-Gen. James McQuade, of Utlca, In-
spector-Geuer»l.

Brig.-Gen. Samuel W. Johnson, or Mamaroneck,
Westchester couiitv. Chief of Ordnance.

Brlg.-Gen. Wm. M. Tweed, Jr., of New York,
Enpineer-in- C h ief.

Bi1?:.-Gen. James B. Craig, of Brooklyn, Judge-
Advocatp-Genercd.

Brig.-Gen. Jacob S. Mosiier, of Tompklnsville,
Richmond county. Surgeon-General.

BriK.-Gen. Robert L. Banks, of Albany, Qvuxrter-
vuiKler-Genet-al.

Brlg.-Gen. George J. Magee, of Watkins, Schuy-
ler county, PayniiiMer-General.

Brlg.-Gon. Albert Steinwat, of New York, Com-
mlHsani-General of iyiibsistence.

CoI.'Walter p. Warren, of Troy; Col. J. Town-
send Connolly, of Now York ; Col. Wm. F. Moller,
of New York; Col. Lester B. Faulkner, of Dans-
ville; Col. Herman UiiL.of New York; Col. Frank
N. Lord, of Rochester, Aides-de-Camp.

Trustees of the Capitol.

This Board consists of the Governor, Lieutenant-
Governor, Speaker of the Assembly, Secretary of
State, Comptroller, Treasurer and Attorney-General.

Trustees of the State Hall.

This Board consists of the same, with the addi-
tion of the State Engineer and Surveyor.

Regents of the University.

with the dates of their APP01NTMF,NT.

The Governor, ex officio.

The Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio.

The Secretary of State, ex officio.

Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio.

1833, Erastus Corning Albany.

1.S33. Prosper M. Wetmore New York.

1S44. John V. L. Pruvn Albniiv.

1847. Robert G. Rankin Newburgh.

1S.W. Erastus C. Benedict New York.

1856, George W, Clinton ButtUlo.



1858. Lorenzo Burrows Albion.

1,S.79. Robert S. Hale Elizabethtown,

ISfil. Ellas W. Leavenworth Syracuse.

l.s«;i, J. Carson Brevoort Brooklyn.

18t>2, George R. Perkins Utlca.

ISW. Ale.vander S. JohuMni Utlca,

18fi4. George Wm. Curtis N. Shore, S. I,

istw. William H.Goodwin Clifton Springs.

18ijy. John A. Griswold Troy.

LS70. Francis Kernan Utica.

1870. Oswald Ottendorfcr New York.

1871. John L. Lewis Penn Yan.

1871. Horatio G. Wainer Rochester,

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD.
John Y. L. Pruyn, Chancellor.
Erastus Corning, Vi^e-Chanvellor.
Samuel B. Woolwobth, Secretary.
Daniel J. Pratt, Assistant Secretary.

State Library.

Henry A. Homes, Lihrarinn, General Lihym-y.

Stephen B. Griswold. kihrarian. Law Library.

Norman S. Curtiss, Axiixtant Librarian.

Occupies the building in the rear of the Capitol;
contains S5.(i00 volumes, and is under care of the
Regents of the University as tnistees.

James Hall, Director of the State Musettm of Nat-
ural History.

The Judiciary.

[The names of Judges and Terms of Courts will
be found on succeeding pages, and ou the pages of
the Calendar.]

The Court of Appeals
Consists of a Chief Judge and six Associate Justices,
who hold oflice for fourteen years. There is also a
Commission of Appeals, consisting of the four
Judges of the 'old Court of Appeals, elected by the
State at large, and a fifth Commissioner, api)Ointed
by the Governor, to which is submitted all cases
pending prior to January 1, 1869. The term of ofUce
of the Commissioners Is three years.

The Supreme Court
Consists of thirty-three Justices. The State Is
divided into eight judicial districts, and four Jus-
tices are elected in each, except the first, which
elects Ave. Elections for Justice of the Supreme
Court are held every alternate odd year. As fast as
the terms of Justices expire, elections take place for
a term of fourteen years. For General Term pur-
poses, the State is divided into Judicial Depart-
ments. The Governor designates the Justices to
hold the General Terms. In each department there
is a Presiding Justice, who holds oftlce during tho
term for which he was elected to the bench, and
two associates, who hold oftlce five years, unless the
terms for which they were elected sooner expire.



NEW YORK STATUTES AT LAEGE :

By JUDGE EDMONDS.
Second. Edition — In Seven Volumes.

BRINGING DOWN THE STATUTES TO JULY 1, 1870.
This is the only edition of the New York Statutes at Large now published,
and is the most complete of any edition ever offered to the public.
Price for the Set, $42. Sent free.

A general index to the whole seven volumes is now in press, and will be issued
■ in a few months. Address the Publishers,

"VVEED, :PJ^:RS0NS & CO., .Albany, N. Y.



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133



JUDICIARY OF NEW YORK.



The Court for the Trial of Impeachments of State Officers

IS composed of the President of the Senate, the Senate, ancJ the Judges of the Court of Appeab.
JUDGES COURT OF APPEALS.



Names.


Eesldences.


County.


Politics.


Terms expire.


Sanford E. Church, Chief Judue


Albion




Dem

Dem

Dem

Dem

Dem

Rep


Dec. 31, 1884.


William F. Allen, Associate.....




OSWCRO

Allegany


Dec. 31, MS.




Angelica

Albany


Dec. 31, 1A>3.


Kufus W. Peckh.im, do


Dec. 31, 1«7«.


Cluirles A. Rapullo, do


New York


New York

Ontario


Dec. 31, lii64.




Dec. 31. 18*4.




Syracuse

Elmira


Onondaga

Chenango

New York

Herkimer

Oneida




Dec. 31, 1<J64.


Commiitionera of AppeuU :
Hiram Grav


Dem

Dem

Dvm

Rep

Dem


Dec 31 lf!73


WllliaTii H Leonard


N' w York

Herkimer

Utica


Dec 31* 1S73


Robert Earl

Ward Hunt


Dec. 31, 1«73.
Dec 31 1H73




Brooklyn




Dec. 31, 1«73.









Cl^rk, E Iwin 0. Perrln, of Queen.s; Deputy, Cornelius Ten Broeck, of Albanv; State Reporter, Samuel
Hand, of Albany; Clerk, Commissioners of Appeals, William H. Benjamin, of Rochester.

GENERAL TER5I JUSTICES.



Depart.


DlstrlcU.


Names.


Politics.


Terms expfre.


First


1st






Dec. 31, 187.3.




2d






Dec. 31, 1875.








Dec. 31, 1875,


Second




Dem


Dec. 31, 1871.




3<1. nh, flth....
5th, 7th, 8th...


Jasper W. Gilbert, Associate


Dem


Dec. 31, 1S73.






Dec. 31, 1875.
Dec. 31, 1877.


Third


Theodore Miller, Pre siding








R..p


Dec. 31, 187.?.
















Dec. 31, 1873.




Thomas A. Joiinson, Associate


Rep


Dec. 31 1873






R^5 :::: :













Reporter, Abraham Lansing, Albany.

JUSTICES SUPREME COURT.



Districts.



Names.



Residences.



Politics.



Terms expire.



1st. The city and county of
New York.



2d. Richmond, Suffolk, Or-
ange, Kings, Westchester,
Queens, Rockland, Dutch-
ess and Putnam counties.

3d. Columbia, Rensselaer,
Sullivan. Ulster, Albany,
Greene and Schoharie coun-
ties.

4th. Warren. Saratoga, St.
Lawrence, Washington, Es-
sex, Franklin, Cliuton,
Jlonfgomery, Hamilton.
Fulton and Schenectady
counties.



Daniel P. Ingraham

Albert Cardozo

Goorge G. Barnard ..

John R. Brady

George C.Barrett....

Jasper W. Gilbert . .
Abraham B. Tappan

Calvin R. Pratt

Joseph F. Barnard..

Henry Hogeboom...
William L. Learned.

Theodore Miller

Charles R. Ingalls...

Piatt Potter ,

Augu.stus Bockes

Amaziah B. James...
Joseph Potter



Now York

New York

N( w York

New York

New York

Brooklyn

Fordham

Brooklyn

Poughkeepsle

Hudson

.\lbany

Hudson

Troy .,

Schenectady

Saratoga Springs
Ogdensburg



Dem.
Dem.
Dem.
Dem .
Dem.

Dem.
Dem .
Dem .
Dem.

Rep...
D^-ra.
Dem .
Dem.

Rep...
Rep...
Rep...
Rep...



Dec. .31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,

Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,

Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,

Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,



1873.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1885.

1873.
1875.
1877.
1685.

187.3.
187.5.
1877.
1885.

1873.
1875.
1877.
1885.



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JUSTICES SUPREME COUET- Continued.



Districts.


Names.


Rasldences.


Politics.


Terms expire.


5th Onondaga, J'ifferson,


Joseph MulUn


Watertown


ll^'D


Dec 31 \9tl%




Le Koy Morgan

Charles H. Doolittle




St:::::::

Kep


Dec. .31, l.HT.'S.




Utica


Dec. 31, 1877.


f.th. Otsego, Delaware, Madl-


Ithaca.




Dec. 31, 1S73.




John M. Parker

AVllllam Murray, Jr

George A. Hardlu




Kep


Dec. 31, 1M75.


Broonie, Chemung, Schuv-


Delhi


Itep


Dec 31, 1.S77.


ler, Tioga and Cortlaiid




Kep


Dec 31, l.VO.


counties.
7th. Livingston, Ontario


Thomas A. Johnson

James C Smith


Corning


Rep

Rep


Dec 31 1S73


Wavne, Yates, Steuben


Ca!ianilai''ua


Dec 31* lh7o


Seneca, Cayuga and Mon-






Rep


Dec. .31 i 1S77.


roe counties.


E. Darwin Smith




Rep


Dec. 31, 18S5.


8th. Erie, Chautauqua, Catta-
raugus, Orleans, Magara,
Genesee, AUeganj' auu


John L. Talcott






Dec. 31, 1S73.






Kep


Dec. 31, 1.S7.'J.


Charles C. Dwight


Buffalo


Rep


Dec. 31, 1877


Wyoming counties.


George D. Lamont


Lockuort


Itep


Dec 31, 1685.











Terms of Courts.



Court of Appeals.



Commissioners of Appeals.



Regular term, January 19th, 1S72, to December 24th, 1872,
with such recesses from time to time as the court may
direct. *



Terms appointed.
1st Tuesday of January, 1871, at Albany.
1st Tuesday of May, 1871, at New York.