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Court of General Sessions.
Elective.

(Salary of Judges, $15,000; term, 14 years.) Judges Thomas C. T. Crain, D., City Judge, Dec. 31, 1920; Warren W. Foster, D., Dec. 31, 1913; Thomas C. O'Sullivan, D., Dec. 31, 1919; Otto Rosalsky, R.. Dec. 31, 1920; Edward Swann, D., Dec. 31, 1921; Joseph F. Mulqueen, D., Dec. 31. 1921; James T. Malone, D., Dec. 31, 1921.

Clerk of the Court-Edward R. Carroll; salary, $5,000.

City Court.
Elective.

(Salary, $12,000; term, 10 years.) Justices-Edward F. O'Dwyer, D., Chief Justice.-Dec. 31, 1917; Richard T. Lynch, D., Dec. 31, 1917; Edward B. La Fetra, D., Dec. 31, 1918; Frances R. Delehanty, D., Dec. 31, 1920; Joseph I. Green, D., Dec. 31, 1915; Alexander Finellte, D., Dec. 31, 1917: Thomas F. Donnelly, D.. Dec. 31, 1917; John V. McAvoy, D., Dec. 31. 1917: Peter Schmuck, D., Dec. 31, 1917: Richard H. Smith, R. and C. A., Dec. 31. 1919.

Clerk of the Court-Thomas F. Smith; salary, $6,000.

Surrogates.

(Salary, $15,000; term, 14 years.) Abner C. Thomas, R.; term expires Jan. 1, 1914. John P. Cohalan, D.; term expires Jan. 1, 1922.

Chief Clerk-William V. Leary; salary, $10,000. Deputy Chief Clerk-Edward W. Bonynge; salary, $5,000. Clerk of the Court-Daniel W. Dowdney; salary, $4.000. Probate Clerk-Jacob Washburn; salary, $4,000.

Court of Special Sessions.
Appointive.

Chief Justice of the Court-Isaac
Franklin Russell; salary, $10,000: term,
10 years: term expires, July 1, 1920.
First Department-Manhattan and The
Bronx.

(Salary, $9.000; term, 10 years.) Justices-Lorenz Zeller, July 1, 1915; Joseph M. Deuel, July 1, 1913; William E. Wyatt, July 1, 1911; Franklin C. Hoyt, July 1, 1919; Willard H. Olmstead, July 1, 1913; John B. Mayo, July 1, 1917: Joseph F. Moss, July 1, 1920. Clerk of the Court-William M. Fuller; salary, $5,000. Second Department-Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond.

(Salary, $6,000; term, 10 years.) Justices J. J. McInerny, Dec. 31, 1911; H. J. Forker, Dec. 81. 1919: Robert J. Wilkin, April 15, 1913; John Fleming, Dec. 81, 1915; Morgan M. L. Ryan, Dec. 31, 1913; George J. O'Keefe, Dec. 31, 1917: Arthur C. Salmon, July 1, 1920. Chief Clerk of the Court-Joseph L. Kerrigan; salary, $3,000.

City Magistrates.
Appointive.
Division-Manhattan

First

Bronx.

McAdoo;

Chief Magistrate-William salary. $8,000; term, 10 years; term expires July 1, 1920. Boroughs of Manhattan and The Bronx. (Salary. $7,000; term, 10 years.) Magistrates-Robert C. Cornell, May 1, 1913: Matthew P. Breen, July 1, 1912;

and The

Leroy B. Crane, July 1, 1912; Frederick B. House, July 1, 1919; Paul Krotel, July Charles' N. Harris, May 1, 1917; Peter T. 1. 1919; Moses Herrman, July 1, 1912; Darlow, May 1. 1913: Arthur C. Butts, May 1, 1917: Frederick Kernochan, May 1. 1917; Henry Steinert, July 1, 1915; Joseph E. Corrigan, July 18, 1917; Keyran J. O'Connor, July 15, 1917; Henry W. Herbert, July 1, 1919; Charles W. Appleton, July 1, 1915; Daniel F. Murphy, July 1. 1920. Secretary-Philip Bloch; salary, $2,500.

Second Division-Boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond.

Chief Magistrate-Otto Kempner; salJuly 1, 1920. ary, $7,000: term, 10 years; term expires

Borough of Brooklyn.

(Salary, $6,000; term, 10 years.) Magistrates-Edward J. Dooley, May 1, 1911; James G. Tighe. May 1, 1911; Charles J. Dodd, May 1, 1911; John Naumer. May 1, 1911; Frank E. O'Reilly, May 1. 1911; A. V. Voorhees, jr., Jan. 1, 1920; Howard P. Nash, July 1, 1919; Alexander H. Geismar. Nov. 1, 1917; John F. Hylan. Nov. 1, 1917; Moses J. Harris, May 1, 1911.

Borough of Queens.

(Salary, $5,000; term. 10 years.) Magistrates-M. J. Smith, Dec. 31, 1915; Joseph Fitch, Dec. 31, 1917; Maurice S. Connelly, Dec. 31, 1917; Eugene C. Gilroy, July 1, 1917.

Borough of Richmond.

(Salary, $5,000; term, 10 years.) Magistrates-Joseph B. Handy, Dec. 81, 1917; Nathaniel Marsh, Dec. 81, 1915.

MUNICIPAL JUSTICES.

Elective.

Borough of Manhattan.

(Salary, $8,000; term, 10 years.) First District-No. 66 to 72 Lafayette st. Justices-Wauhope Lynn, Dec. 31, 1919; John Hoyer, Dec. 31, 1919; William F. Moore, Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk-Thomas O'Connell; salary, $3,000.

Second District-No. 264 Madison st. Justices-Benjamin Hoffman, Dec. 31. 1919; Leon Sanders, Dec. 31, 1919; Leonard A. Snitkin, Dec. 31, 1919; Thomas P. Dinneen, Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of CourtJames J. Devlin; salary. $3,000.

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Davies, Dec. 31, 1917. Clerk of Court; salary, $3,000.

Eighth District-Sylvan Place and 121st st. Justices-Leopold Prince, Dec. 31, 1917: Joseph P. Fallon, Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of Court-William J. Kennedy; salary, $3,000.

Ninth District-Madison ave. and 59th st. Justices-Edgar J. Lauer, Dec. 31. 1915; Frank D. Sturges, Dec. 31, 1917: Frederick De Witt Wells, Dec. 31, 1917; William C. Wilson, Dec. 31, 1917. Clerk of Court-William J. Chamberlain; salary. $3,000.

Borough of The Bronx.

(Salary, $8,000; term, 10 years.) First District-Town Hall, Main st.. Westchester Village. Justice-Peter A. Shell, Dec. 31, 1917. Clerk of CourtStephen Collins; salary, $3,000.

Second District-162d st. and Washington ave. Justice-John M. Tierney. Dec. 31, 1917. Clerk of Court-Thomas A. Maher; salary, $3,000.

Borough of Brooklyn.

(Salary, $8.000; term, 10 years.) First District-State and Court sts. Justice-Eugene Conran. Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of Court-Edward Mcran; salary, $3,000.

Second District-No. 495 Gates ave. Justices-John R. Farrar, Dec. 31. 1919: George Freifeld, Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of Court-Franklin B. Van Wart; salary,

$3,000.

Third District-No. 6 Lee ave. Justices -Philip D. Meagher, Dec. 31, 1919; Willlam J. Vogenshutz. Dec. 31, 1917. Clerk of Court-John W. Carpenter; salary, $3,000.

Fourth District-No. 14 Howard ave Justice-Jacob S. Strahl, Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of Court-Joseph P. McCarthy; salary. $3,000.

Fifth District-53d st. and Third ave. Justice-Cornelius Furgueson. Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of Court-Jeremiah J. O'Leary; salary, $3,000,

Sixth District No. 611 Fulton st. Justices-Lucien S. Bayliss, Dec. 31, 1915: George Fielder, Dec. 31. 1917. Clerk of Court-William R. Fagan; salary, $3.000

Seventh District-No. 31 Pennsylvani ave. Justices-Alexander S. Rosenthal Dec. 31, 1915: Edward A. Richards. Dec 31. 1917. Clerk of Court-Samuel F Brothers; salary, $3.000.

Borough of Queens.

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of Court-Anning S. Prall; salary, $2,000. Second District-Stapleton. JusticeArnold J. B. Wedemeyer, Dec. 31, 1919. Clerk of Court-William Wedemeyer; salary, $2,000.

KINGS COUNTY JUDGES.
Elective.

County Judges-Norman S. Dike, R. and Lewis L. Fawcett, R.; term, 5 years; 31. salary, $12,500; term expires Dec. 1912. Chief Clerk of Court-Charles S. Devoy; salary, $7,500. D.:

T.

Ketcham.

Surrogate Herbert

term, 6 years; salary, $10,000; term expires Dec. 31, 1913. Chief Clerk-Edward J. Bergen; salary, $7,000.

QUEENS COUNTY JUDGES.
Elective.

County Judge-Burt J. Humphrey, R. and D.; term, 6 y ars; salary. $12,500; term expires Dec. 31, 1915. Chief ClerkEdward J. Smith; salary. $3,000.

Surrogate-Daniel Noble; salary, $5,000. Clerk of Court-William F. Hendrickson: salary, $3,000.

RICHMOND COUNTY JUDGES.

County Judge and Surrogate-St phen D. Stephens; salary, $5,000. Clerk of Surrogate's Court-William Finley; salary. $3,000.

COUNTY OFFICIALS.

New York County.

Sheriff-John S. Shea, R. and C. A.. term, 2 years, ending Dec. 31, 1911; salary, $12,000. Sheriff's Counsel-William Chilvers; salary, $6,000. Under SheriffJohn B. Cartwright; salary, $5,000.

District Attorney-Charles S. Whitman. R. and C. A.; term, 5 years, ending Dec. 31, 1913; salary, $15,000. Assistant District Attorneys-Frank Moss, Reuben L Maynard, Charles F. Bostwick, Emory A. Buckner, William A. De Ford, Charles C. Nott, Jr., Robert C. Taylor, Charles A. Perkins, John W. Hart and Isador Wasservogel; salary, $7,500. Chief ClerkHenry D. Sayer; salary, $5,000.

Register-Max S. Grifenhagen, R. and C. A.; term, 4 years, ending Dec. 31. 1913: salary, $12,000. Deputy RegisterWilliam Halpin; salary, $5,000. Assistant Deputy Register-J. Charles Walton; salary, $4,000. Chief Clerk-William Haupt: salary, $3,400.

County Clerk-William F. Schneider, R. and C. A.; term, 4 years, ending Dec. 31. 1913: salary, $15,000. Deputy County Clerk-Charles E. Gehring; salary, $6,000. Second Deputy County Clerk-William B. Selden; salary. $4,000.

Commissioner of Jurors-Thomas Allson, R.; appointed, by Appellate Division. Supreme Court: salary. $6,000. Assistant Commissioner-Frederick P. Simpson; salary, $3,000. Secretary--Frederick O'Byrne; salary. $3,000.

Commissioner of Records-William S.

Andrews: salary, $6,000. Deputy ComO. Farrell; salary,

missioner--James

$4.000.

Public Administrator-William M. Hoes. D.: appointed. no term; salary, $10,000. Assistant Public Administrator-Frank W. Arnold; salary, $5,000.

Kings County.
Sheriff-Patrick H. Quinn. D.; term, 2

years; term expires Dec. 31, 1911; salary, $15.000. Under Sheriff-John M. Gray: salary. $6,000. Sheriff's Counsel-Arthur C. Salmon; salary, $5,000.

District Attorney-John F. Clarke, D.; term, 4 years; term expires Dec. 31, 1911; salary, $10,000. Assistant District Attorneys-Robert H. Elder, Frank X. McCaffry, Mitchell May, George W. Martin, jr., William H. White, Peter P. Smith, Charles K. Terry, Leroy W. Ross and Frederick B. Bailey; salary, $5,000. Chief Clerk-Arthur H. Walkley; salary, $5,000. Register-Frederick Lundy, D.; term, 2 years; term expires Dec. 31, 1911; salary, $8,000. Deputy Register-James S. Regan; salary, $5,000. Mortgage Tax DeputyPhilip T. Williams; salary, $3.500.

County Clerk-Henry P. Malloy, D.; term, 2 years; term expires Dec. 31, 1911; salary, $8,000. Deputy County ClerkThomas F. Wogan; salary. $5,000. Coun-sel-Robert H. Roy: salary, $3.500.

Public Administrator-Charles E. Teale, appointed by county judges and surrogate; term, 5 years; term expires, -; fees.

Commissioner of Jurors-Jacob Brenner, R.: appointed by judges of the Second Supreme Court District; salary, $6,000. Deputy Commissioner-Jacob A. Livingstone: salary, $3,500. Commissioner of Records-Lewis M. Swasey, R.; appointed; salary, $5,000. Deputy Commissioner of Records D. H. Ralston; salary, $4,000. Queens County.

VOTE FOR BOROUGH PRESIDENTS, 1909.

Borough of Manhattan-George McAneny, R. and C. A., 135.651; Joseph Haag, D., 110,323; Owen McPartland, Soc.. 5,600; Albert T. Hull, Pro., 272. McAneny's plurality, 25,328.

Borough of the Bronx-Cyrus C. Miller, 23.803; Arthur H. Murphy, 22,797; Herman Schlueter, 1.591; Frank J. Knapp, 67; Louis F. Haffen, 10.378; Peter S. O'Hara, 575. Miller's plurality, 3,006.

E.

Borough of Brooklyn-Alfred Steers, R. and C. A., 119.857; John H. McCooey, D., 93.360; F. E. Martin, Soc., 4,820; P. E. Terry, Pro.. 386: J. H. Dubig, Ind., 3. Steers's plurality, 26,497.

Borough of Queens Joseph H. De Bragga, R., 10,160; Joseph Cassidy, D., 14.981; William Benkle, Soc., 941; Lawrence Gresser, C. A., 19,508. Gresser's plurality, 4,527.

Borough of Richmond-George Cromwell, R. and C. A.. 7,557: Charles J. McCormack, D.. 7.225: George Van Kromer, Soc., 101; Herman C. Horton, Pro., 96: Albert Kafalski, Soc. Lab., 80. Cromwell's plurality, 332.

VOTE FOR COUNTY TICKET, NEW YORK COUNTY, 1909.

Sheriff-John S. Shea, R. and C. A., 172.587; Christopher D. Sullivan, D., 132.430; Henry Ortland, Soc., 7,531; Robert E. Neidig, Pro., 358; Samuel Winauer, Soc. Lab., 849. Shea's plurality, 40,157.

term, 2 years; term expires Dec. 31, 1911; salary, $10,000. Under Sheriff-Edward W. Fitzpatrick; salary, $2,500. Sheriff's Counsel-James V. Barry; salary, $2,500.

District Attorney-Frederick G. De Witt, D.; term, 4 years; term expires Dec. 31, 1912; salary, $5,000. Assistant District Attorney-Denis O'Leary; salary, $3,000.

County Clerk-William F. Schneider, R. and C. A., 169,015: James J. Hagan, D., 135.573; Ernst Rann, Soc.. 7,541; Henry W. Livingston, Pro., 347; Edmund Seidel,

A.;

County Clerk-Martin Mager, C. term, 2 years; term expires Dec. 31, 1911; fees. First Deputy County Clerk-Charles H. Mahler; fees. Second Deputy County Clerk-Albert W. Palmer; fees.

Sheriff-Thomas M. Quinn, C. A.; appointed; fees.

Public Administrator-John T. Robinson; appointed; salary, $1,200.

Commissioner of Jurors-George H. Creed; appointed; salary, $3,000. Assistant Commissioner-Rodman Richardson: salary, $2,000.

VOTE FOR MINOR CITY OFFICERS.

Soc. Lab., 871. Schneider's

33,442.

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Public Administrator-William T. Holt;

plurality,

Register-Max S. Grifenhagen, R. and C. A.. 167,890; John L. Goldwater, D., 136,193; Henry Stahl, Soc., 7.638; Thomas Drew Stetson, Pro., 539; Michael L. Hiltner, Soc. Lab., 896. Grifenhagen's plurality, 31,697.

District Attorney-Charles S. Whitman, R., Pro. and C. A., 167.059; George Gordon Battle, D., 138,939; Henry L. Slobodin, Soc., 7,424; Matthew Lechner, Soc. Lab., 875. Whitman's plurality, 28,120.

VOTE ON COUNTY TICKET, KINGS COUNTY, 1909.

Sheriff-Jacob A. Livingston, R., 83,908; Patrick H. Quinn, D., 87,751; John T. Hill, Soc., 4,190; John W. Moore, Pro., 573; Alfred J. Boulton, C. A., 41,209. Quinn's plurality, 3,843.

County Clerk-John Feitner, R., 81,701; Henry P. Molloy, D., 89,178; Julius Gerber, Soc., 4,319; William C. Milliken, Pro.. 436; Bernard Rothberg, C. A., 41,903. Molloy's plurality, 7,477.

Register-Thomas P. Peters, R.. 80,560; Frederick Lundy. D., 89,892; William Spuhr, Soc., 4,309; Frank Mapes, Pro., 428; Joseph J. Holwell, C. A., 42,331. Lundy's plurality, 9,332.

VOTE ON COUNTY TICKET, QUEENS COUNTY, 1909.

County Judge-Burt Jay Humphrey, R. and D., 27,345; George E. Cogswell, C. A., 16.886; Henry Frcelich, Soc., 1,046. Humphrey's plurality, 10,459.

Sheriff-John B. Merrill, R.. 10.047; John Niederstein, D., 15.674; Martin Kra

mer, Soc., 1,046; George H. Miller, Pro., 149; Thomas, M. Quinn, C. A., 17,342. Quinn's plurality, 1,668.

County Clerk-Theron H. Burden, R., 12,702; Joseph Meyerrose, D., 14,386; WillJoseph E. iam Krueger, Soc., 1,016; Downer, Pro., 134: Martin Mager, C. A.. 17,036. Mager's plurality, 2,650.

VOTE ON COUNTY TICKET. RICHMOND COUNTY, 1909.

Sheriff-John J. Collins, R. and C. A., 7,632; David S. Rendt, D., 7,166; William Veeck. Soc., 94: James Henry Perkins, Pro., 101. Collins's plurality, 466.

VOTE FOR CORONERS, 1909. Borough of Manhattan-Israel L. Feinberg, R. and C. A., 134,378; James E. Winterbottom, R. and C. A., 184,767: Herman W. Holtzhauser, R. and C. A.. 134,761; Herman Hellenstein, R. and C. A.. 134,346; Julius Harburger, D., 111,365; George F. Shrady, D., 110,804; Peter P. Acritelli, D.. 110,327; Edward T. McCrysSoc.. tal, D.. 110,836; John Shanahan, 5.851: Edwin M. Martin. Soc., 5.678: Sol Solomon. Soc., 5.669; Edwin J. Dutton. Soc., 5.576; Timothy H. Holden, Pro., 849; F. Marsh Soper. Pro.. 266: E. W. Brown. Pro.. 279. Feinberg's plurality, 23.013; Winterbottom's plurality, 23.402; Holtzhauser's plurality, 23,396; Hellenstein's plurality, 22,981.

Borough of the Bronx-Jacob Shongut, R. and C. A., 32,337; Albert F. Schwannecke, R. and C. A., 82,985; Wallace S. Fraser, D.. 25,724; Edward C. Podvin, D., 25.299; William C. Harting, Soc., 1.854; Karl Eichler. Soc., 1.844: Norman Cornell. Pro., 87; Stephen S. Haight, Pro.. 89. Shongut's plurality, 6,613; Schwannecke's plurality, 7,261.

Borough of Brooklyn-Leon Louria, R., 80.909; F. E. Heitmann. R., 80.292; A. J. Rooney. D.. 90.411; Edward Glinnen, D.. 89,161: J. E. Hermann. Soc.. 4.251; Simon Frucht, Soc., 4.260: Samuel Eden, Pro., 475: A. F. Erdmann. Pro.. 414: O. T. Forrester. C. A.. 41.224: J. F. Kennedy, C. A.. 42,058. Rocney's plurality, 9,492; Glinnen's plurality, 8,252.

5,793; Robert A. Inch, R., 5,750; James B. G. Rinehart. R., 5.619; Wauhope Lynn. D., 15.258; John Hoyer, D., 15,260; William F. Moore, D., 15.450; John H. W. Nagel, Soc., 193; William Adler. Soc.. 191; Frank Arnone, Soc., 190. Lynn's plurality, 9,4€5; Hoyer's plurality, 9,467; Moore's plurality, 9,657.

Borough of Queens-Gustave J. Schaefer, R. and C. A., 28.080; Alfred S. Ambler, R. and C. A.. 28.413; John F. Rogers, D., 15.796: Joseph Flanagan. D., 15.156; Louis Roper, Soc., 1.051; Christian Fricke, Soc., 1,043; George B. Blydenburg, Pro.. Schaefer's 138; H. J. Cornell, Pro., 141. plurality, 12.294: Ambler's plurality. 12,617. Borough of Richmond-William H. Jackson. R. and C. A.. 7.422: George C. Trauter, D., 7.361; Alva D. Decker, Pro., Jackson's plu111: William Jackson, 5. rality, 62. VOTE FOR JUSTICE CITY COURT, rality. 6,076. 1909.

Justice of New York City CourtRichard H. Smith, R. and C. A.. 171.304; George F. Roesch. D., 133,100; Thomas Crimmins, Soc., 7,590. Smith's plurality, 38.204.

FOR

JUSTICE OF CITY
COURT, 1910.
Francis B. Delehanty. R. and D.. 260.-
246; Edward Miehling, Ind. L., 22.037:
Samuel W. Eiges. Soc., 15,079; Joseph P.
Johnson. Pro., 1.539.
VOTE FOR MUNICIPAL JUSTICES.
Borough of Manhattan, 1909.

Second District-Jacob Frank, R. and C. A.. 13,114; William Blau, R. and C. A., 13,313; Benjamin Hoffman, D., 15,076; Leonard A. Snitken, D., 14,420; Max D. Danish, Soc.. 1,371; William Babbitt, Soc., 1,382. Hoffman's plurality, 1,763; Snitken's plurality, 1,107.

Third District-William Mann, R. and C. A., 16.255; John J. Sammon, R. and C A., 16,263; Thomas E. Murray, D., 17,758; Thomas F. Noonan, D., 17.708; Joseph W Reifel, Soc., 384; F. L. Johnson, Soc., 380. Murray's plurality, 1,495; Noonan's plurality, 1,445.

Sixth District-Solomon Oppenheimer, R. and C. A., 16.484; Herman Joseph, D.. Oppen15.519; Arnold Kopf, Soc., 1,900. heimer's plurality, 965.

Eighth District-William

Haupt, R.. 3,804; John J. Dwyer, D., 5,955; Samuel Benaim, Soc.. 404: Joseph P. Fallon, C. A., 5,914. Dwyer's plurality, 2,151,

Borough of Brooklyn, 1909.

1. W. O. Badger, jr., R., 10,837; Eugene Conran, D., 16.112; G. H. Lewis, Soc., 201; A. F. Smith, Pro., 40. Conran's plurality, 5,275.

2. John R. Farrar, R., 12,430; George Freifeld, R., 12,443; Franklin Taylor, D., 10.623; C. J. Dodd. D., 10,444; H. N. Hanson, C. A., 4,831; G. B. Van Wart. C. A., 5.047; S. F. Segall, Soc., 371; Farrar's pluralHarry Slavin, Soc., 368. ity, 1.807; Freifeld's plurality, 1,820.

3. John T. Walsh, R., 9.661: P. D. Meagher, D., 18,015; Louis Lewin, C. A., 8.525; J. B. Clayton. Soc.. 1.024: A. L Martin, Pro., 77. Walsh's plurality, 8,354. 4. T. H. Williams, R., 10.901; J. S. Strahl, D.. 13.974: Louis Ehl. Soc.. 458: Strahl's pluHersy Egginton, Pro., 90. rality, 3,073.

Cornelius 5. G. A. Voss, R., 9.207: Furgueson, D.. 18.094: Oscar Hild Soc.. Furgue312; Willis Cummings, Pro., 64. son's plurality, 8,887.

VOTE

Borough of Queens. 1909.

1. Cary B. Fish, R., 1.550; Thomas C. Kadieu, D., 4.480; Harry T. Weeks, C. A., Kadieu's pluralitv. 921. 3,550.

2. Cortlandt C. Woodburn, R., 2.393: John M. Cragen, D., 7,119. Cragen's plurality. 4.726.

3. Thorndyke C. McKennee, R., 3.792; Alfred Denton, D., 9,868. Denton's plu

R.. 4.263: 4. William A. De Groot, James F. McLaughlin. D., 4,265; Ralph P. Buell, C. A., 3.025. On a recount ordered the Supreme by Justice Blackman. of Court for the Second Judicial Circuit, the vote was found to be: William A. De Groot, R., 4.268; James F. McLaughlin. D., 4,274. McLaughlin's plurality, 6. Borough of Richmond. 1909.

1. John Crook, R. and C. A., 3,570: 4,487. Brown's Thomas C. Brown, D., plurality, 917.

2. Arnold J. B. Wedemeyer, R. and C. A.. 3.448; George W. Stake, D., 8,288. First District-A. Parker Nevin, R., Wedemeyer's plurality, 160.

THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
THE EXECUTIVE.

PRESIDENT..
VICE-PRESIDENT.
SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT..

THE CABINET.

SECRETARY OF STATE.. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY...........FRANKLIN MACVEAGH, of Illinois SECRETARY OF WAR.. ATTORNEY GENERAL.. POSTMASTER GENERAL.. SECRETARY OF THE NAVY.. SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.. SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE.. SECRETARY OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. [The salary of the President is $75,000 a year; the salary of the Vice-President and of each of the members of the Cabiret is $12,000 a year, except the salary of the Secretary of State, which, until March 4, 1911, is $8,000 a year, and after that will again be $12,000 a year; the Secretary to the President receives $6,000 a year.]

...JACOB M. DICKINSON, of Tennessee .GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM, of New York .FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, of Massachusetts .GEORGE VON L. MEYER, of Massachusetts .RICHARD A. BALLINGER, of Washington JAMES WILSON, of Iowa CHARLES NAGEL, of Missouri

DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

SECRETARY OF STATE.

(After March 4, 1911, $12,000.)
ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
SECOND ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
THIRD ASSISTANT SECRETARY.

..PHILANDER C. KNOX, of Pennsylvania

WILLIAM H. TAFT, of Ohio JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York CHARLES D. NORTON, of Illinois

.PHILANDER C. KNOX (1900), Penn., $8,000
HUNTINGTON WILSON (1909), Ill., $5,000
.ALVEY A. ADEE (1886), D. C., $4,500
.CHANDLER HALE (1909), Me., $4,500
Chief of Bureau of Accounts-Thomas
Morrison (1900). N. Y., $2.300.

Chief of Bureau of Rolls and Library-
John A. Tonner (1909), Ohio, $2,100.

Chief of Bureau of Trade RelationsJohn B. Osborne (1905), Penn., $2,100.

Chief of Bureau of AppointmentsMiles M. Shand (1909), N. J., $2,100.

Chief of Bureau of Citizenship-Richard
W. Flournoy, jr. (1909). Md., $2,100.

Chief of the Division of Information-
Philip H. Patchin (1909), Iowa, $3,000.
U. S. Representatives on International
Tribunals of Egypt.

Resident Diplomatic Officer-H. Percival Dodge (1910), Mass., $7.500.

Counselor for the Department of State-Chandler P. Anderson (1910), N. Y., $7,500. Director of the Consular Service-Wil-bur J. Carr (1909), Ohio, $4,500.

Solicitor-J. Utah, $5,000.

Ruben Clark, jr. (1910),

Assistant

Solicitors-Frederick Van
Dyne (1910), N. Y.; Preston D. Richards
(1910), Utah; Edward H. Hart (1910), N.
Y., $3,000.

Solicitor in International Arbitrations-
James Brown Scott (1910), Cal., $5,000.
Chief Clerk-William McNeir
Mich., $3,000.

(1909),

Chief of Division of Far Eastern Affairs -Rangford S. Miller (1909), N. Y., $4,500. Chief of Division of Near Eastern Affaira-Evan E. Young (1909), S. Dak., $3.

000.

Chief of Diplomatic Bureau-Sidney Y. Smith (1897), D. C., $2,250.

Chief of Consular Bureau-Herbert C. Hengstler (1907), Ohio, $2.250.

Chief of Bureau of Indexes and Archives -John R. Buck (1906), Mo., $2,100.

Assistant Controller - Leander Mitchell (1897), Ind., $4,500.

Auditor for State Department-Caleb R. Layton (1906), Del., $4,000.

Auditor for Treasury Department-Willlam E. Andrews (1897), Neb., $4,000.

Auditor for War Department--Benj. F. Harper (1906), Ind., $5,000.

Court of Appeals at Alexandria-Somerville P. Tuck (1908), N. Y.

Auditor for Postoffice DepartmentMerritt O. Chance (1908), Ill., $4,000.

Auditor for Navy Department-Ralph W. Tyler (1907), Ohio, $4,000.

Court of First Instance at Cairo-Wm.
G. Van Horne (1902), Utah.

Court of First Instance at Mansourah-
Pan-American Union.
Director-John Barrett (1906), Ore.,

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

$5,000.

Chief Clerk-Franklin Adams, acting, $2.000.

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY....FRANKLIN MACVEAGH (1909), Ill., $12,000
ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY.

.CHARLES D. HILLES (1909), N. Y., $5,000
JAMES F. CURTIS (1909), Mass., $5,000
.A. PIATT ANDREW (1910), Mass. $5,000

Chief Clerk-James J. Wilmeth (1910),
Ark., $3,000.

Chief of Division of AppointmentsCharles Lyman (1898). Conn.. $2,750. Controller-Robert J. Tracewell (1897), Ind., $5,500.

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Auditor for Interior Department-Howard C. Shober (1909), S. Dak.. $4,000.

Treasurer of United States-Lee MoClung (1909), Tenn., $8,000.

Assistant Treasurer-Gideon C. Bantz (1908), Md., $3,600.

Deputy Assistant Treasurer-W. Howard Gibson (1908), D. C., $3,200.

Register of the Treasury-W. T. Vernon (1906), Karsas, $4,000.

Controller of the Currency-Lawrence O. Murray (1908), IN.. $5,000.

Deputy Controllers of the CurrencyThos. P. Kane (1899), D. of C., $3,500; Willis J. Fowler (1908), Ind., $3,000.

Commissioner of Internal Revenue Royal E. Cabell (1909), Va., $6,000.

Deputy Commissioners of Internal Rev

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