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$60 00

700 00

$760 00

$59,000 00

2,100 00

400 00

$61,500.00

Budget for Budget for
1907.

1908.

Increase. Preservation of Public Records

49,030 00 48,970 00 Sheriff

128,992 00 130,112 00 1,120 00 Register

233, 000 00 233,000 00 Public Administrator

25, 280 00 26, 130 00

850 00 Supreme Court, First Department

949,750 00 1,045,250 00 95,500 00 Court of General Sessions.

195,300 00 292,500 00 97,200 00 Surrogates' Court

169,550 00 169,550 00 unty Clerk

105,530 00 112,850 00

7,320 00 District Attorney

305, 280 00 345,440 00 40, 160 00 Commissioner of Jurors.

48,387 50 60,370 00 1,982 50 Commissioner of Records..

83,000 00 49, 150 00) 16,150 501 The National Guard.

172,067 50 173,428 00 1,360 00 Miscellaneous

290, 220 00 289,520 00 Charitable institutions.

127,280 00 128, 200 00

920 00
Totals
$2,872,667 001 $3,146,970 00 $275,063

001
County of Kings.
Appellate Division, Supreme
Court

$54,692 37 $54,692 37 Board of City Record.

$28,500 00 43,500 00 15,000 00 Sheriff

121,400 00 62,400 00 Register

218, 220 00 231, 620 00 13,400 00 Supreme Court, Second Department

844,900 00 342,800 00 County Court.

116,300 00 116,300 00 Surrogates Court

79,480 00 82,630 00 3,150 00 County Clerk

81,100 00 80, 700 00 District Attorney

86, 200 00 99,000 00 12,800 00 Commissioner of Jurors.

31,000 00
31,500 00

500 00 Commissioner of Records.

100,000 00 100,000 00 The National Guard.

120,997 50 128, 194 50 7,197 00 Miscellaneous

125, 260 00 130, 650 00

5,390 00 Charitable institutions.

46,310 00 46,970 00

660 00 Totals

$1,499,667 501 $1,550,956 87] $112,789 371

County of Queens.
Appellate Division, Supreme
Court

$25.244 01 $25,244 01
Supreme Court and County
Court

$75, 100 00 88,500 00

13,400 00 Surrogates' Court

17, 200 00

17, 200 00 County Clerk

18,000 00 24, 250 00

6,250 00 District Attorney

21,800 00 27,600 00 5,800 00 Sheriff

53,400 00 59,050 00 5,650 00 Commissioner of Jurors.

9, 200 00

11,050 00 1,850 00 Public Administrator

1,200 00

1,200 00 Board of City Record..

3,000 00

3,000 00 Miscellaneous

6,000 00

8,500 00 2,500 00 The National Guard.

5, 110 00
5,124 00

14 00 Charitable institutions.

4,920 00

4,370 00 Totals

$214,930 001 $302,088 81 $87,708 01

County of Richmond.
Appellate Division-Supreme
Court

$15,598 40 $15,598 40 Board of City Record.

$3,000 00

3,000 00 Sheriff

21,045 00

22,754 00 1,709 00 County Court and Surrogate's Court

14,800 00 15,800 00

1,000 00 County Clerk

9,750 00

9,750 00 District Attorney

10,900 00 10,900 00 Commissioner of Jurors.

4,400 00

4,400 00 Miscellaneous

10,520 00

13,048 00 2,525 00 Charitable Institutions

3,160 001 2,600 001 Totals...

$77,575 001 $97,847 401 $20,832 401 Deficiencies in Taxes

Chapter 209, Laws of 1906. Amount of deficiency on Jan.

1, 1906, in the product of taxes theretofore levied, deemed to be uncollectible and not otherwise provided for

$3,000,000 001 $3,000,000 001

550 00 $550 00

.

$560 00 $560 00 Decrease.

City and County Budget-Recapitulation,

Budget for Budget for
1907.

1908.

Increase. City of New York...

$122,756,666 16|$135,474,403 89/$12,717,737 73 County of New York.

2,872,667 00 3,146,970 00 274,303 00 County of Kings.

1,499, 667 60 1,550,956 87 61,289 37 County of Queens.

214,930 00 302,088 01 87, 158 01 County of Richmond.

77,575 00 97,847 40 20,272 40 Totals....

\$127,421,505 661$140,572,266 17|$13,150,760 511. Deficiences in taxes, Chapter 209, Laws of 1906.

3,000,000 001 3,000,000 001 Grand totals..

|$130,421,505 66/$143,572,266 17/$13,150,760 51|

VOTE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1905.

Borough of Manhattan and The Bronx.

Mayor.

Controller.

President Board of

Aldermen,

Assembly
District.

Ivins (R.)..

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

14.

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21 22 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

463 2,196 1,009 464 2,201 985

676 4,200 1,870 594 4,227 1,769 1,008 3,473 2,300 1,031 3,502 2,211 483 3,130 2,727

521 3,183 2,484 2,029 2,716

2,568

2,114 2,644 2,464 668 4,660 1,930 703 4,675 1,795 1,300

3,405 2,862 1,321 3,392 2,809 519 1,890 1,980

640

1,907 1,693 2,006 3,290 3,058 2,929 3,260 2,976

962 2,196 2,998 1,035 2,219 2,780 1,131 2,272

2,110 1,143 2,251 1,964 477 2,009 2,342 522 2.041

2, 201 1,113 2,335 2,482 1,132 2,353 2,412

776 8,199 2,559 814 3,220 2,436 1,207 3,589 2,997 1,232 3,618

2,889 1,243 2,890 3,022

1,306 2,921

2,668 1,180 3,270 2,657 1,214 8,286 2,565

859 5,431 2,331 874 6,410 2,286 3,826 6,274 2,957 3,972 4,938 2,988 1,618 3,380 2,657 1,649 3,365 2,555 6,179 7,288 6,408 6,072 6,812 6,564 1,117 3,579 3,018 1,138 3,576 2,950 5,593 7,033 7,180 5,537 6,806 7,266

987 3,312 2,920 1,005 3,307 2,836 2,219 2,201 1,610 2,335 2,021 1,570

998 2,433 3,167 1,041 2,431 3,014 1,949 2,450 1,398 2,116 2,192 1,377 837 3,799 3,174

856 3,828 3,048 2,621 4,423 2,093

2,805

3,909 2,075 1,239 3,850 4,496 1,271 3,874 4,328 4,967 5,844 7,562 5,089 5,664 7,271 1,286 3,597

5,402 1,311 3,604 5,238 958

3,364 3,186 988 3,376 3.053
3,219 7,388 8,574 3,284 7,409 8,347
5,669 12,428 11, 764 5,755 12,460 11,325
1,007 2,461 1,924 1,067 2,501 1,778
64,289| 140,264| 123,292 65,980) 138,382] 118,970

Borongh of Brooklyn.
2,648 2,726 2,389 2,792 2,658 2,279
1,033 3,467 2,761 1,080 3,479 2,679
1,120 3,021 2,087 1,168 3,022 2,024
3,650 3,420 3,384 3,812 3,370 3,231
2,538 2,653 3,730 2,722 2,603 3,536
2,810 2,881 4,171 2,903 2,957 3,934
4,822 6,221 7,375 6,156 6,248 6,939
1,217 2,469

2, 155
1,268 2,482

2,068
873 2,844 2,716

943

2,846 2,619 3,090 3,043 2,641 3,194 3,102 2,429 3,248 4,178 3,426 3,477 4,168 3,169 4,234 3,528 4,692 4,443 3,547 4,421 2,452 3,2381 4,848!!

2,625

3,268 4,605

467 2.201 982

596 4,228 1,770 1,038 3,491 2,203

524 3,182 2,495 2,151 2,595 2,486

697 4,662 1,800 1,378 3,376 2,7971

626 1,906 1,704 2,050 3,244 2,982 1,040 2,181 2,814 1,145 2,275 2,049

522 2,034 2,202 1,132 2,348 2,413

824 8, 205 2,438 1,256 8,609 2,878 1,303 2,904 2,783 1,218 3,285 2,566

899 5,387 2,290 4,101 4,756 3,045 1,673 3,352 2,578 6,463 6,601 6,550 1,178 3,548 2,947 5,805 6,595 7,214 1,028 3,292 2,848 2,382 1,934 1,604 1,068 2,404 3,018 2,179 2,102 1,4101

877 3,794 3,0591 2,937 3,639 2,228 1,284 3,828 4,383 5,247 5,431

7,418 1,335 3,580 5,255 1,005 3,364 3,059 3,375 7,341 8,349 6,104 12,229 11,232 1, 135 2,471 1,754 68,042| 136,374| 119,603

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Wells (R.).

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980
3,426

3,161 1,056 3,446 3,047 1,055 3,469 3,027 1,094 1,857 3,152

1,153 1,929 2,966 1,157 1,916 2,965 16

4,440 2,796 5,102 4,670 2,737 4,884 4,716 2,628 4,918 17.

4,869 2,578 2,563 5,071 2,475 2,422 5, 242 2,169 2,538 18.

6,903 5,224 5,849 7,264 5,163 6,500 7,413 4,792 6,888 19.

1,341 2,750 3,327 1,392 2,790 3,196 1,401 2,795 8,170

3,436 2,961 6,527 3,618 3,082 6,171 3,668 2,952 6,228 21.

4,394 3,497 8,642 4,670 3,555 8,196 4,708 3,442 8,253 Totals.. 61,1921 68,778 84,698 64,4771 68,9271 80,315 65,434 66,7341 81,332

Borough of Queens. 1.

2,992 7,747 8,858 3,111 8,049 8,322 3,132 7,8001 8,339

3,897 4,562 4,327 4,050 4,761 3,901 4,139 4,624 3,939 3.... 324 919 521 341 952 462 352 941

461 Totals.. 7,213 13,228 13,706 7,5031 13,761 12,686 7,6231 13,5651 12,740

Borough of Richmond. Richmond. 4,499 6,127 3,092 4,898 6,068 2,590 4,939 5,991 2,603

Total city 137,193 228,397 | 224,923 142,858 227,134| 214,658 146,038) 222,661 216,384 Plurality... 3,4741 | 12,4761

6,2771 SCATTERING VOTE, Borough of Manhattan and The Bronx.-For Mayor-Algeron Lee (Soc.), 7,466; James C. Crawford (Pro.), 305; John J. Kinneally (Soc. Lab.), 1,485. For Controller-Curtis W. Cavanaugh (Soc.), 8,067; Robert T. Stokes (Pro.), 893; August. Gillhaus (Soc. Lab.), 1,570. For President Board of Aldermen-Morris Braun (Soc.), 7,968; M. T. Lindsay (Pro.), 834; Justus Ebert (Soc. Lab.), 1,691.

Borough of Brooklyn.-For Mayor-Lee (Soc.), 3,387; Crawford (Pro.), 332; Kinneally (Soc. Lab.), 657. For Controller-Cavanaugh' (Soc.), 3,819; Stokes (Pro.), 394; Gillhaus (Soc. Lab.), 689. For President Board of Aldermen-Braun (Soc.), 3,528; Lindsay (Pro.), 381; Ebert (Soc. Lab.), 715.

Borough of Queens.—For Mayor--Lee (Soc.), 847; Crawford (Pro.), 52; Kinneally (Soc. Lab.), 95. For Controller--Cavanaugh (Soc.), 882; Stokes (Pro.), 62; Gillhaus (Soc. Lab.), 98. For President Board of Aldermen-Braun (Soc.), 890; Lindsay (Pro.), 61; Ebert (Soc. Lab.), 96.

Borough of Richmond.-For Mayor-Lee (Soc.), 117; Crawford (Pro.), 40; Kinneally (Soc. Lab.), 39._For Controller-Cavanaugh (Soc.), 123; Stokes (Pro.), 63; Gillhaus (Soc. Lab.), 40. For President Board of Aldermen-Braun (Soc.), 120; Lindsay (Pro.), 56; Ebert (Soc. Lab.), 40.

Total city.-For_Mayor-Lee (Soc.), 11,817; Crawford (Pro.), 729; Kinneally (Soc. Lab.), 2,276. For Controller-Cavanaugh (Soc.), , 12,591; Stokes (Pro.), 902; Gillhaus (Soc. Lab.), 2,397. For President Board of Aldermen-Braun (Soc.), 12,506; Lindsay (Pro.), 832; Ebert (Soc. Lab.), 2,442.

ALDERMEN ELECTED, 1907. Borough of Manhattan and The Bronx. 21-Alexander J. Stormont (R.). 1-William Drescher (D.).

22-John W. O'Reilly (D.). 2-Michael Stapleton (D.).

23-John J. McDonald (D.). 3- Timothy P. Sullivan (D.).

24-John J. Mulcahy (D.). 4-James J. Smith (D.).

25--Charles Delaney (D.). 5—Patrick F. Flynn (D.).

26-Tristam B. Johnson (R.). Adolf Moskovitz (D.).

27--Bernard Goldschmidt (R. and I. L.). 7-Frank L. Dowling (D.).

28—B. W. B. Brown (R. and I. L.). 8-M. S. Levine (D.).

29-John F. Walsh (D.). 9 Reginald S. Doull (D.).

30—Joseph D. Kavanagh (D.). 10—George J. Schneider (R. and. I. L.).

31 -Percy L. Davis (R.). 11-Herman W. Beyer (R. and I. L.).

32_Perceval E. Nagle (D.). 12-William P. Kenneally (D.).

33-Samuel Marx (D.). 13—John McCann (D.).

34-James W. Brown (D.). 14-John Loos (D.).

35-Thomas J. Mulligan (D.). 15-L. Barton Case (R.).

36—William P. Corbett (D.). 16-Thomas F. Baldwin (D.).

37--John J. Hickey (D.). 17—Joseph Schloss (R.).

38--Arthur H. Murphy (D.). 18 -James J. Nugent (D.).

39--Edward V. Handy (D.). 19 -James Hines (D.).

40_Fred. C. Hochdorffer (D.). 20-John J. Reardon (D.).

41-Matthew J. Crowley (D.).

Borough of Brooklyn.

61-Francis P. Bent (D.).

62-Jacob J. Belton (D.). 42-Robert F. Downing (R.). 43—George A. Calgan (D.).

63—William P. Sandiford (D.). 44-John Mulvaney (R.).

64-Henry F. Grimm (R.).

65—James F. Martyn (R.). 45—John S. Gaynor (R.). 46-William Wentz (R.).

Borough of Queens. 47-John Diemer (R.).

66—Thomas M. Quinn (I. L.). 48-William J. Heffernan (D.).

67—George Emener (D.). 49Francis P. Kenney (D.).

68-Joseph Flanagan (D.). 50-Frederick Linde (R.).

69—John J. Hogan (D.). 51-James W. Redmond (D.).

70-M. J. Carter (R.). 52—Daniel R. Coleman (R.). 53—John D. Gunther (R.).

Borough of Richmond.

71-John J. Collins (D.). 54-James H. Finnigan (D.). 55—Thomas J. McAleer (D.).

72—D. S. Rendt (D.).

73—C. P. Cole (D.). 56—Thomas F. Barton (D.). 57-Lewis M. Potter (R.).

Totals-Republicans, 24; Democrats, 58-C. Grant Esterbrook (R.).

48; Independent League, 1. 59 -George A. Morrison (R.).

Term of Aldermen, two years; salary, 60—Otto Muhlbauer (R.).

$2,000 a year. PRINCIPAL CITY OFFICIALS. Elective.

Commissioner of Licenses—John N. BoMayor George B. McClellan (D.); sal- gart (D.); salary, $5,000. ary, $10,000; term, 4 years, ending Dec.

Commissioners of Elections-John T. 31, 1909.

Dooling (D.), president; Charles B. Controller-Herman A. Metz (D.); sal- Page (R.), secretary; John Maguire ary. $10,000; term, 4 years, ending Dec. (D.), and R. C. Fuller; salary, $5,000. 31, 1909.

Supervisor City Record-Patrick J. President of the Board of Aldermen-Tracy (D.); salary, $5,000. Patrick F. McGowan (D.); salary, $5,000; Board of Assessors-Antonio Zucca (D.), term, 4 years, ending Dec. 31, 1909.

Paul Weimann

(-) and James H. Appointive.

Kennedy (-); salary, $3,000.

Board of Water Supply-J. Edward Mayor's Secretary-Frank M. O'Brien

Simmons (D.); salary, $5,000.

(D.), Charles N. Chadwick

(D.) and Charles A. Shaw (R.); salCorporation Counsel-Francis K.

ary, $12,000. Pendleton (D.); salary, $15,000.

Aqueduct. Commissioners-Mayor and City Chamberlain James J. Martin

Controller, ex-officio; John F. Cowan (D.); salary, $12,000.

(D.), president; William H. Ten Eyck Fire Commissioner Francis J. Lantry

(R.), John J. Ryan (D.) and John P. (D.): salary, $7,500.

Windolph (R.); salary, $5,000. Tenement House Commissioner-Edmond

Board of Education Egerton L. J. Butler (D.).; salary, $7,500. Bridge

H. Commissioner James W. Ste

Winthrop, jr., president; Richard

Adams, Richard B. Aldcroftt, venson (D.); salary, $7,500.

Nicholas J. Barrett, Charles E. Bruce, Police Commissioner-Theodore A. Bingham (D.); salary, $7,500.

Joseph E. Cosgrove, Frederic R. Cou

dert, Francis P. Cunnion, Thomas M. Health Commissioner-Dr. Thomas Dar

De Laney, Samuel B. Donnelly, Horlington (D.); salary, $7,500.

ace E. Dresser, A. Leo Everett, Joseph Street Cleaning Commissioner-Foster

Nicola Francolini, Crowell (D.); salary, $7,500.

George

Freifeld,

John Greene, George J. Gillespie, George Commissioner of Charities-Robert W. Hebberd (D); salary, $7,500.

D. Hamlin, Robert L. Harrison, Louis

Thomas
Haupt,

J.
Commissioner of Correction-John V.

Arthur

Higgins,

Hollick, Charles H. Ingalls, Nathan S. Coggey (D.); salary, $7,500. Commissioner of Water Supply, Gas and

Jonas, Hugo Kanzler, Max Katzenberg,

John C. Kelley, Alrick H. Man, ClemElectricity-John H, O'Brien (D.); salary, $7,500.

ent March, Mitchell May, Dennis J.

McDonald, Thomas J. O'Donohue, Conimissioner of Docks and Ferries

Frank H. Partridge, George E. Payne, John A, Bensel (D.); salary, $7,500. Civil Service Commissioners-William

George W. Schaedle, Henry H. SherF. Baker (D.); R. Ross Appleton (R.);

man, Arthur S. Somers, Abraham Stern, Frank L. Polk (D.); salary of chairman,

M. Samuel Stern, Cornelius J. Sullivan,

M. J. Sullivan, Rupert B. Thomas, John $6,000; other commissioners, $5,000.

R. Thompson, George A. Tax Commissioners - Lawson

Vandenhoff, Purdy (D.),

John A. Wilbur, Frank D. Wilsey and president; Nicholas Muller (D.), Frank Raymond (R.), James H. Tully

George W. Wingate. (D.), Charles Putzel (D.), Thomas L.

BOROUGH PRESIDENTS. Hamilton (R.), and Hugh Hastings MANHATTAN-John F. Ahearn (D.); (R.); salaries, president, $8,000; other salary, $7,500; term ends Dec. 31, 1909. commissioners, $7,000 each.

Commissioners of Accounts-Purroy 1 Mr. Ahearn was removed from office on Mitchell (D.) and Philip B. Gaynor December 9, 1907, by Governor Hughes, (D.); salary, $5,000 each.

and was re-elected to the same office on Park Commissioners-Henry Smith Dec. 19 by the members of the Board of (D.), president; Joseph I. Berry (D.), Aldermen from the Borough of ManMichael J. Kennedy (D.); salary, $6,000. hattan.

jr.;

THE BRONX-Louis F. Haften (D.); Second Division, Brooklyn, Queens and salary, $7,500; term ends Dec. 31, 1909. Richmond Justices: Patrick Keady,

BROOKLYN-Bird S. Coler (M. O.); Dec. 31, 1911; H. J. Forker, Dec. 31, salary, $7,500; term ends Dec. 31, 1909. 1909; Robert J. Wilkin, April 15, 1913;

QUEENS--Joseph Bermel (R. and M. John Fleming, Dec. 31, 1015; Morgan L. 0.); salary, $5,000; term ends Dec. 31, Ryan, Dec. 31, 1913, 1909. RICHMOND-George Cromwell (R.);

City Magistrates. salary, $5,000; term ends Dec. 31, 1909.

Manhattan and The Bronx. NEW YORK COUNTY OFFICIALS.

(Salary, $7,000; term, 10 years.)

Magistrates-Robert C. Cornell, May County Clerk--Peter J. Dooling (D.); 1, 1913; Joseph F. Moss, July 1, 1915; term, 4 years, ending Dec. 31, 1909; sal- Daniel E. Finn, July 1, 1915; Matthew ary, $15,000.

P. Breen, July 1, 1912; Leroy B. Crane, Sheriff—Thomas F. Foley (D.); term July 1, 1912; Frederick B. House, July 2 years, ending Dec. 31, 1909; salary, 1, 1912; Charles G. F. Wahle, July 1, $12,000.

1909; James J. Walsh, July 1, 1909; Register Frank Gass (D.); term Moses Herrman, July 1, 1909; Charles years, ending Dec. 31, 1909; salary, $12,- N. Harris, May 1, 1917; Peter T. Bar000.

low, May 1, 1913; Arthur C. Butts, May 1 District Attorney-William Travers

1, 1917; Frederic Kernochan, May 1, Jerome (D.); term 4 years, ending Dec. 1917; Henry Steinert, July 1, 1915; Jos. 31, 1909; salary, $12,000,

E. Corrigan, July 18, 1917; Otto H. Public Administrator-William M. Hoes Droege, July 18, 1917. (D.); appointed, no term; salary, $10,000. Commissioner of Jurors-Thomas Alli

Borough of Brooklyn. son (R.); appointed by Appellate Division, (Salary, $6,000; term, 10 years.) Supreme Court; salary, $6,000.

Magistrates-Edward J. Dooley, May Surrogates-Abner C. Thomas and 1, 1911; James G. Tighe, May 1, 1911; Charles H, Beckett; salary, $15,000, Henry J. Furlong, May 1, 1911; E. G.

Higginbotham, May 1, 1911; John Nau1 Elected as In endent and Republican mer, May 1, 1911; Frank O'Reilly, candidate.

May 1, 1911; A. V. B, Voorhees, jr., KINGS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Jan. 1, 1910; A. E. Steers, July 1, 1909; District Attorney-John F. Clarke (D.);

Alex. H. Geismar, Nov. 1, 1916; John E. term expires Dec. 31, 1909.

Hylan, Nov. 1, 1916. County Clerk--Frank Ehlers (R.); term

Borough of Queens. expires Dec. 31, 1909. Sheriff ---Alfred T. Hobley (R.); term

(Salary, $5,000; term, 10 years.) expires Deo. 31, 1909.

Magistrates—M. J. Smith, Dec. 31, Register-William A. Prendergast (R.); 1915; Luke I. Connorton, term expires Dec. 31, 1909.

Edmund J, Healy, Dec. 31, 1907; EuSurrogate-Herbert T. Ketcham (D.); gene C. Gilroy, July 1, 1917. salary, $10,000; term ends Dec. 31. 1913.

Borough of Richmond. NEW YORK CITY AND COUNTY

(Salary, $5,000; term, 10 years.) COURTS.

Magistrates John Croak, Dec. 31, Court of General Sessions.

1907; Nathaniel Marsh, Dec. 31, 1915. (Salary of Judges, $15,000; term, 14 years.)

VOTE ON COUNTY TICKET, NEW Judges--Thomas C. Í. Crain (D.), City

YORK COUNTY, 1907. Judge, Dec. 31, 1920; Warren W. Foster

Sheriff--Maximilian F, Ihmsen (R. and (D.), Dec. 31, 1913; Thomas C. O'Sullivan (D.), Dec. 31, 1919; Otto Rosalsky

I. L.), 120.479; Thomas F. Foley (D.), (R.), Dec. 31, 1920; Edward Swann (D.),

146,052; Frederick Paulitsch (Soc.). 10,Dec. 31, 1921; Joseph F. Mulqueen (D.),

927; Robert E. Neidig (Pro.), 6,737; John Dec. 31, 1921; James T. Malone (D.),

J. Leahy (Soc. Lab.), 1,718, Dec. 31, 1921,

Judges of the Court of General SesCity Court.

sions-Charles S, Whitman (R. and I. L.), (Salary, $12,000; term, 10 years.)

131,329; Melvin G. Palliser (R. and I. L.), Justices-Edward F. O'Dwyer (D.),

117,215; Nathan Vidaver (R. and I. L.), Chief Justice, Dec. 31, 1917; John H.

117,521; Edward Swann (D.), 144,695; McCarthy (D.), Dec. 31, 1917; Lewis J.

Joseph F. Mulqueen (D.), 151,248; James Conlan (D.), Dec, 31, 1909; Theodore F. T. Malone (D.), 152, 129; Leon A. Malkiel Hascall (D.), Dec. 31, 1910; Francis B. (Soc.), 10.903; Edwin J. Dutton (Soc.), Delehanty (D.), Dec. 31, 1910; Joseph 11,054; Henry Engel (Soc.), 10,989; FredI. Green (D.), Dec. 31, 1915; Alexander erick A. Olpp (Soc. Lab.), 1,693; Joseph Finelite (D.), Dec. 31, 1917; Thomas F. P. Johnson (Soc. Lab.), 1,693; Sigmund Donnelly (D.), Dec. 31, 1917; John V. Moskovitz (Soc. Lab.), 1,693. McAvoy (D.), Dec. 31, 1917; Peter Justices of the City Court-William H. Schmuck (D.), Dec. 31, 1917.

Wadhams (R. and I. L.), 122,978; Henry Court of Special Sessions.

C. S. Stimpson (R. and I. L.), 118, 676; (Salary, $9,000; term, 10 years.) Isidor Wasservogel (R. and I. L.), 121,First Division, Manhattan and The 834; Douglas Mathewson (R. and I. L.), Bronx-Justices: Lorenz Zeller, July 1, 121,298; James A. Donegan (R. and I. 1915; Joseph M. Deuel, July 1, 1913; L.), 119,508; Edwin S. Merrill (R. and William E. Wyatt, July 1, 1911; John B. I. L.), 120,656; Edward F. O'Dwyer (D.), McKean, July 1, 1909; Willard H. Olm- 150,751; John Henry McCarthy (D.), 149,sted, July 1, 1913; John B. Mayo, July 957; Alexander Finelite (D.), 147,919; 1, 1917.

Thomas F. Donnelly (D.), 150,577; John

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