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NEW YORK COUNTIES. SHOWING POLITICAL AND JUDICIAL DIVISIONS OF WHICH THEY ARE UNITS.

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25 Cattaraugus

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26 Chenango 37 34 Queens..

1. 2. 9 Clinton........ 33 31 Rensselaer.

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Richmond,

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Rockland.

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25 Delaware 39 34 St. Lawrence.

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31 Franklin.. 34 31 Schuyler...

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43 Greene... 27 27 Suffolk..

1 Herkimer.. 32

Sullivan

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Tioga

41 Kings..... 3-10 3-10

Tompkins

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Washington.

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29 Monroe 45, 46 38, 39 Wayne.

38 Montgomery 31 30

Westchester.

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Kings.
(Original).

Nov. 4-New York. (Original)

Nov. 5 -Orange.. (Original)

Nov. 6 Queens.

(Original) 7 Richmond. Original).

Nov. 8-Suffolk.

(Original).

Nov. 9 -Ulster.. (Original) Nov.

-Westchester.. Original) Xov. 11-Montgomery. Albany.

March 12- Washington.. Albany.. March 13-Columnbla.... Albany.

April 14-Clinton... Washington.

March 15 -Ontario. Montgomery.. Jan. 16 Rensselaer..

Albany...

Feb. 17-Saratoga... Albany..

Feb. 18 Herkimer... Montgomery... Feb. -Otsego.

Montgomery... Feb. 20--Tioga

Montgomery.. Feb. 21-Onondaga, ... Herkimer. March 22-Schoharle.... Albany and

Otsego. April 23-Steuben.. Ontarlo,

March 24-Delaware.. Ulster and

Otsego.

March 25-Rockland. Orange..

Feb. 26-Chenango.. Tloga and

Herkimer. March 27-Oneida. Herkimer. March 28-Essex.

Clinton...

March 29-Cayuga. Onondaga, March 304 Greene.

Albany and
Ulster.

March 31-St. Lawrence. Clinton..

March
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Ontario...

March 33-Seneca.. Cayuga..

March

34-Jefferson. Oneida.

March 35-Lewis.

Oneida.. March 36-Madison.. Chenango.

March 37 Broome. Tloga.

March 38- Allegany. Genesee

April 39-Cattaraugus. Genesee. Mareh 40-Chautauqua.. Genesee. March 41--Franklin... Clinton.

Wareh 42-Niagara... Genesee..

March 43-Cortland, . Onondaga. April 44--Schenectady Albany.

March 45-Sullivan. Ulster

March 40- Putnam.

Dutchess

June 47-Warren.. Washington..

March 48-Oswego..

Oneida and

Onondaga.... March 49--Hamilton.. Montgomery... April 50--Tompkins.... Cayuga and

Seneca. April 51--Livingston... Genesee and

Ontario..... Feb. 52—Monroe... Genesee and

Ontario....

Feb. 53—Erle.

Niagara. April 51-Yates.

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Genesee.. Nov. 57-Chemung. Tloga.

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NEW YORK STATE COVERNMENT.

(JANUARY 1, 1915.) Governor.

Charles Seymour Whitman...Term ex. Dec. 31, 1916. . Salary, $10,000 and mansion. Lieutenant-Gorer not... Edward Schoeneck, Syracuse..

5,000 Secretary to Governor.. William A. Orr...

4,000 Secretary of State.

Francis M. Hugo, Watertown. . Term ex. Dec. 31, 1916. Salary, $6,000 Comptroller Eugene M. Travis, Brooklyn.

1916.

8.000 State Treasurer .James L. Wells, New York.

1916.

6,000 Atorney-General. Egburt E. Woodbury, Jamestown.

1916.

10.000 State Engineer and Surreyor.. Frank M. Williams, Goshen.

1916.

8,000 Superintendent of Insurance.. Frank Hasbrouck, Poughkeepsie.

July 1, 1915.

7,000 Superintendent Banking Dept. Eugene Lamb Richards, New Brighton

May 9, 1917.

7,500 Superintendent State Prisons., John B. Riley, Plattsburg..

" May 24, 1916.

6,000 Superintendent Public Works, W. W. Wotherspoon..

Dec. 31, 1916.

8.000 State Fire Marshal Thomas J. Ahearn, New York,

" July 17, 1916.

7,000 Commissioner of Education. .. John H. Finley, New York..

Term during the pleasure of the Board

of Regents. Salary, $10,000. Deputy Secretary of State-A. D. Parker, Salary, Deputy Supt. of Insurance (20)-James J. Hoey. $4,500.

Salary, $6,000.
Deputy Comptrollers--James A. Wendell, William First Deputy Fire Marshal-George F. Roesch, New

Boardman, Warren I. Lee, Fred C. Reusswig. York City.
Salaries, $6,000 each.

First Assistant Commissioner of Education--Augustus
Deputy Supl. of Insurance (1st)-Henry D. Appleton. S. Downing.
Salary, $6,500.
CANAL BOARD.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONERS. Lieutenant-Governor Edward Schoeneck.

First District, Edward E. McCall, Feb. 1, 1918; Secretary of State Francis M. Hugo.

George V. S. Williams, Feb. 1, 1917; John Sergeant Comptroller Eugene M. Travis.

Cram, Feb. 1, 1916: Milo Roy Maltbie, Feb. 1, State Treasurer James L. Wells.

1915; Robert Colgate Wood, Feb. 1, 1919. Attorney-General Egburt E. Woodbury.

Second District-Martin S. Decker, Feb. 1, 1915; State Engineer and Surveyor Frank M. Williams. Frank Irvine, Feb. 1, 1916; Devoe P. Hodson, Feb. Superintendent of Public Works W. W. Wother 1, 1917: William Temple Emmet, Feb. 1, 1919; spoon.

Seymour Van Santvoord, Feb. 1, 1918.
STATE ARCHITECT.

STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH.
Lewis F. Pitcher, Brooklyn. Salary, $7,500.

Hermann M. Biggy, M.D., New York. Salary. $8,000 COMMISSIONERS OF THE CANAL FUND.

and $1,500 expenses. Term expires Dec. 31, 1919. Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Comp HEALTH OFFICER OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK. troller, State Treasurer, Attorney-General.

Joseph J. O'Connell, M. D., Brooklyn. Salary, CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS.

$12,500. Term expires Feb. 19. 1916. Jacob Neu, Brooklyn, Chairman.

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR. Meyer Wollt, New York.

James M. Lynch. Salary, $8,000. James A. Lavery, Poughkeepsie.

First Deputy-Frank J. Prial. Salary, $5,000. Harold N. Saxton, Albuny, Chief Examiner.

Second Deputy-Wm. C. Rogers. Salary, $4,500. Salaries of Commissioners, $5,000 each.

SUPERINTENDENT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. THE COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS.

John F. Farrell, Albany. Salary, $3,500. Term John N. Carlisle, Watertown, Holds once during ends Mar. 27, 1919. pleasure of Governor. Salary, $12,000.

STATE HOSPITAL COMMISSION,
CONSERVATION COMMISSION.

James V. May: M. D., $7,500; Andrew D. Morgan, George E. Van Kennen, Ogdensburg. Term ends $5,000; Fred. H. Parker, $5,000. Each $1,200 Dec. 1. 1916.

expenses. Patrick E. McCabe, Albany. Term ends Dec, 1, 1920.

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS, John D. Moore, Vew York. Term ends Dec. 1, 1918. John R. Voorhis, New York; Wm. J. Hillery, Buffalo; Salaries, $10,000 each and expenses.

John Pallace, Brock port. Salary, $5,000 each. FISCAL SUPERVISOR OF STATE CHARITIES. Wiam A. Mallery, Jr., Hillsdale. Term ends June

STATE RACING COMMISSION. 9, 1917. Salary, $6.000.

James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo; John Sanford, STATE COMMISSIONER OF EXCISE.

Amsterdam; Henry K, Knapp, New York.
William W. Farley, Binghamton, Term expires

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
April 1, 1916. Salary, $7,000.

Chancellor-St. Clair McKelway; Vice-Chancellor,
STATE FISH CULTURIST.

Pliny T. Sexton; Adelbert Moot, Albert Vander Dr. Tarleton 11. Bean. Salary, $3,000.

Veer,

William Nottingham, Abram I. Elkus, THE GOVERNOR'S STAFF.

Chester S. Lord, Francis M. Carpenter, Walter E. The Adit.-General, S.V. Y.-Louis W. Stotesbury. Kellogg, Charles B. Alexander, John Moore, Military Secretary-John S. Moore.

Andrew J. Shipman,
Aides-de-Camp-Major Henry J. Cookinham, 1st

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES.
Infantry: Major Reginald L. Foster, 12th In William Rhinelander Stewart, New York; J. Richard
fantry: Major Francis L. V. Hoppin, Adjutant Kevin, Brooklyn: Simon W. Rosendale, Albany;
General, 1st Brigade: Lleut-Commander Louis Frank F. Gow, Schuylerville: Nicholas M. Peters,
M. Josephthal, Naval Militia; Major John F. Syracuse; Horace McGuire, Rochester: William H.
Dunselth, Medical Corps; Capt. Walter F. Gratwick, Buffalo; Stephen Smith, M. D., New
Gibson, 74th Infantry: Capt. Theron R. York; Thomas M. Muiry, New York; Herman
Strong, Field Artillery; Cant. Henry E. Greene, Ridder, New York: Daniel Walter Burdick, Ithaca.
2d Infantry: Capt. William R. Johnson, 1st

TATE ATHLETIC COMMISSION.
Cavalry; First Lieut. John F. Daniell, 7th In John J. Dixon, Brooklyn; Frank O'Neil, Binghamton;
fantry; First Lieut. John W. Gott, Jr., 71st James R. Price, New York. Term, five years. No
Infantry; First Lieut. Harold C. Woodward salary.
Corps of Engineers; First Lieut. Lorillard

STATE COMMISSION OF PRISONS.
Spencer, Coast Arullery Corps; First Lieut. Henry Solomon, New York; Francis C. Huntington,
Thomas Fairservis, 23d Infantry; First Lieut. New York: Mrs. Sarah L. Davenport, Bath; James
Maunsell S. Crosby, 10th Infantry: First T. Murphy. Ordensburg; Ruiolph F. Diedling,
Lieut. Alvan W. Perry, 1st Field Artillery. M. D., Saugerties; Frank E. Wade. Bufalo: Leon
BOARD OF CLAIMS.

C. Weinstock, New York City. Term four years; John Jerome Rooney, New York: William A. Gard compensation, $10 for each day's attendance at

ner, Amsterdam: James C. McDonald, Schenec meetings of Commission, not exceeding $500 yearly. tady. $6,000 and $1.500 expenses.

COMMISSIONER OF EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY. COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.

John H. Delaney. Term ends April 29, 1918. Salary, Calvin J. Huson, Penn Yan. Term expires April 19, $12,000. 1917. Salary, $8.000 and expenses,

COMMISSIONER OF MARKETS. STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS. John J. Dillon, New York. Term ends Nov. John F. Donovan. Salary, $5,000.

21, 1920. Salary, $6,000.

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LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

SENATE 1915--16. President, Lieutenant-Governor Edward Schoeneck, Rep., of Syracuse. Dist. Names of Senators, Politics. P. O. Address. Dist. Names of Senators. Politics. P. O. Address. 1 George L. Thompson, ... Rep., Kings Park.

30 George H. Whitney*.... Rep.. Mechanicsville. 2 Bernard M. Patten*.....Dem. Long Island City. 31 Arden L. Norton. Rep.. Cobleskin. 3 Thomas H. Cullen

Dem.Brooklyn,

32 Franklin W. Cristman. Rep.. Herkimer. 4 Charles C. Lockwood. Rep., Brooklyn.

33 James A. Emerson .Rep.. Warrensburg. 5 William J. Heffernan* ... Dem.Brooklyn.

34 N. Monroe Marshall, Rep.. Malone, 6 William B. Carswell*. ...Dem.Brooklyn.

35 Elon R. Brown*

.Rep.. Watertown. 7 Daniel J. Carroll. .Dem.Brooklyn.

36 Charles W. Wicks. Rep..Sauquoit. 8 Alvah W. Burlingame, Jr. Rep.. Brooklyn,

37 Samuel A. Jones.

Rep.. Norwich. 9 Robert R. Lawson, .. Rep.. Brooklyn.

38 J. Henry Walters*. Rep., Syracuse. 10 Alfred J. Gilchrist. .Rep.. Brooklyn.

39 William H. Hill

Rep.. Lestershire. 11 Christopher D. Sullivan* . Dem. New York City. 40 Charles J. Hewitt

Rep.. Locke. 12 Henry W. Doll..

Dem New York City. 41 Morris S. Halliday. Rep.. Ithaca, 13 James J. Walker

.Dem. New York City. 42 Thomas B. Wilson* Rep.. Hall. 14 James A. Foley*.

.Dem. New York City. 43 Charles D. Newton, Rep.. Geneseo. 15 John J. Boylan*.

Dem. New York City. 44 Archie D. Sanders. Rep., Stafford. 16 Robert F. Wagner* .Dem. New York City. 45 George F. Argetsinger*. Rep. Rochester. 17 Ogden L. Mills.. Rep.. New York City. 46 John B. Mullan.

Rep. Rochester. 18 William M. Bennett. Rep.. New York City. 47 George F. Thompson* ... Rep.. Middleport. 19 George W. Simpson*. Dem. New York City. 48 Clinton T. Horton. Rep., Buffalo. 20 Irving I. Joseph.

Dem.New York City. 49 Samuel J. Ramsperger* . . Dem.Buffalo. 21 John J. Dunnigan. Dem.New York City. 50 William P. Greiner Dem.Buffalo. 22 James A. Hamilton.. Dem. New York City. 51 George E. Spring... .Rep.. Franklinville, 23 George Cromwell.. Rep.. Dongan Hills. 24 George A. Slater. Rep.. Port Chester.

RECAPITULATION. 25 John D. Stiverg* . Rep., Middletown. 26 James E. Towner*. Rep.. Towners.

Republicans.

34 27 Charles W. Walton.. Rep.. Kingston.

Democrats.

17 28 Henry M. Sage

Rep.. Menands. 29 Walter A. Wood, Jr..... Rep.. Hoosick Falls.

Total...

51 * Members of the last Senate. Senators are elected for two years. The terms of the above explre December 31, 1916. Salary, $1,500 and mileage.

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ASSEMBLY.

Dist, Names of Members. Politics. P. O. Address.

ALBANY. 1 Harold J. Hinman*... ... Rep.. Albany. 2 John G. Malone

Rep.. Albany. 3 William C. Baxter*.. .Rep.. Watervliet.

ALLEGANY. Elmer E. Ferry* .....

Rep.. Almond.

BRONX. 32 William L. Evans. .Dem.New York City. 33 Earl H. Miller..

Dem. New York City. 34 M. Maldwin Fertig.. Dem. New York City. 35 Jos. M. Callahan.. Dem. New York City.

BROOME. Simon P. Quick* .....

Rep.. Windsor.

CATTARAUGUS.
De Hart Ames....... Rep.. Franklinville,

CAYUGA.
William Whitman.. ....Rep.. Venice.

CHAUTAUQUA.
1 A. Morell Cheney* Rep.. Bemus Point.
2 John Leo Sullivan* .....Rep.. Dunkirk.

CHEMUNG.
Horace G. Walker....... Rep., Horseheads.

CHENANGO.
Bert Lord.......

.Rep.. Afton.

CLINTON.
Alexander W. Fairbank* .Rep.. Chazy.

COLUMBIA
William W. Chace....... Rep.. Hudson.

CORTLAND.
George H. Wiltse. .... Rep.. Cortland.

DELAWARE.
Edwin A. Mackey*. .. .. . Rep.. Franklin.

DUTCHESS. 1 James C. Allen

Rep., Clinton Corners. 2 Francis G. Landon. Rep.. Staatsburg.

ERIE. 1 Allan Keeney.

Rep.. Buffalo, 2 Ross Graves.

.Rep.. Buffalo. 3 Nicholas J. Miller... .Rep.. Buffalo.

ERIE-Continted.
Dist. Names of Members. Politics. P. O. Address,
4 James M. Mead.

Dem.Buffalo.
5 Arthur C. McElroy. Dem.Buffalo.
6 Peter C. Jerzewski. Rep.. Buffalo.
7 John F. Heim

Rep.. Lancaster.
8 Leonard W. Gibbs, Rep.. Buffalo.
9 Frank B. Thorn*.

Rep.. Buffalo.

ESSEX.
Raymond T. Kenyon... Rep.. Ausable Forks.

FRANKLIN.
Alexander Macdonald*... Rep.. St. Regis Falls.

FULTON-HAMILTON.
James H. Wood*........ Rep.. Gloversville.

GENESEE.
Louis H. Wells*.........

Rep.. Pavilion

GREENE.
George H. Chase*.......

.Rep..Jewett.

HERKEMER.
Selden C. Clobridge.....

.Rep.. Herkimer.

JEFFERSON.
1 Henry E. Machold*. Rep., Ellisburg.
2 Willard S. Augsbury... Rep... Antwerp.

KINGS.
1 R. Hunter McQuist lon*.. Rep.. Brooklyn.
2 William J. Gillen*. Dem Brooklyn.
3 Frank J. Taylor

Dem. Brooklyn.
4 Peter A. McArdle.

Dem. Brooklyn. 5 Fred G. Milligan, Jr. Rep.. Brooklyn. 6 Nathan Shapiro.

Rep.. Brooklyn. 7 Daniel F. Farrell* Dem. Brooklyn. 8 John J. McKeon*

Dem. Brooklyn. 9 Fred S. Burr

.Dem. Brooklyn. 10 Fred M. Ahern.

Rep.. Brooklyn. 11 George R. Brennan* Rep.. Brooklyn. 12 Wiliam T. Simpson Rep. Brooklyn. 13 Herman Kramer

Dem Brooklyn. 14 John P. La Frenz* Dem Brooklyn. 15 James J. Phelan

.Dem. Brooklyn. 16 Samuel R. Green Rep.. Brooklyn.

ASSEMBLY- Continued.

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- Nassau,

KINGS-Continued.

Dist. Names of Members. Politics. P. O. Address. Dist. Names of Members. Politics. P. 0. Address.

ORLEANS. 17 Frederick A. Wells.. Rep.. Brooklyn.

A. Allen Comstock ...... Rep.. Waterport. 18 Almeth W. Hofl*... Rep.. Brooklyn.

OSWEGO. 19 William A. Bacher. Dem.Brooklyn.

Thaddeus C. Sweet*.. .Rep.. Phonix, 20 August C. Flamman. Rep.. Brooklyn.

OTSEGO. 21 Isaac Mendelsohn. Dem.Brooklyn.

Allen J. Bloomfield..... Rep.. Richfield Springs. 22 Charles H. Duff

Rep.. Brooklyn. 23 Nathan B, Finkelstein... Rep.. Brooklyn.

PUTNAM.

Hamilton Fisb, Jr*...... Prog. Garrison.
LEWIS.

QUEENS.
Henry L. Grant*. ....... Rep.. Copenhagen.

1 Nicholas Nehrbauer, Jr* Dem.Long Island City. LIVINGSTON.

2 Peter J. McGarry*. Dem. Bliss ville. Edward M. Magee* ..... Rep.. Groveland Station

3 William H. O'Hare. ..Dem.Glendal
4 George E. Polhemus. .. Dem.Flust

16.
MADISON.

RENSSELAER. Morell E. Tallett..... ... Rep.. De Ruyter.

1 John F. Shannon.

Derr toy.

2 Edwin S. Comstock.....P MONROE. 1 James A. Harris... Rep.. Penfield.

RICHY D. 2 Simon L. Adler Rep.. Rochester.

Stephen B. Stephens ... Dem.New Brighton. 3 John R. Powers.. Rep.. Rochester.

ROCKLAND. 4 Frank Dobson... Rep.. Charlotte.

Frederick Grimme.... Dem. Piermont. 5 Franklin W. Judson. Rep.. Gates.

ST. LAWRENCE.
MONTGOMERY.

1 Frank L. Seaker*.

Rep.. Gouverneur. E, Corning Davis....... Rep.. Fonda.

2 E. A. Everett....

Rep.. Potsdam.

SARATOGA.
NASSAU.

Gllbert T. Seelye*.......
Thomas A. McWhinney.. Rep., Lawrence.

Rep.. Burnt Hills.

SCHENECTADY.
NEW YORK.

Walter H. McNab...... Rep..Schenectady. 1 John J. Ryan... Dem. New York City.

SCHOHARIE. 2 Alfred E. Smith, Dem. New York City.

Edward A. Dox*.

Dem.Richmondville. 3 Carmine J. Marasco. Dem. New York City. 4 Henry S. Schimmel* Dem. New York City.

SCHUYLER 5 Maurice McDonald. Dem.New York City.

Henry S. Howard*. .Rep.. Watkins. 6 Nathan D. Perlman, Rep.. New York City.

SENECA. 7 Peter P. McElligott. Dem. New York City. William J. Maier... Rep.. Seneca Falls. 8 Sidney Scharlin Dem. New York City.

STEUBEN. 9 Charles D. Donohue. Dem. New York City. 10 Walter M. Friedland. Dem.New York City.

1 Reuben B. Oldneld. ... Rep.. Bath. 11 John Kerrigan*

Dem. New York City.

2 Richard M. Prangen..... Rep.. Hornell. 12 Joseph D. Kelly* Dem.New York City.

SUFFOLK. 13 James C. Campbell*. Dem. New York City. 1 De Witt C. Talmage*....Rep. Easthampton. 14 Robert L. Tudor*

Dem.New York City. 2 Henry A. Murphy*. Rep.. Huntington, 15 Abram Ellenbogen* Rep.. New York City.

SULLIVAN. 16 Marun G, McCue* Dem.New Nork City. 17 Martin Bourke. Rep., New York City.

H. Blake Stratton. ... ... Dem.Monticello. 18 Mark Goldberg* Dem. New York City.

TIOGA. 19 Patrick F. Cotter. Dem.New York City. Willson S. Moore*. Rep.. Candor, 20 Frank Aranow... Dem. New York City.

TOMPKINS. 21 Harold C. Mitchell. Rep.. New York City. John W. Preswick. Rep.. Ithaca. 22 D, Maurice Block

Dem.New York City. 23 Daniel C. Oliver. Dem. New York City.

ULSTER. 24 Owen M. Kiernan* Dem.New York City.

1 Henry R. De Witt*,

.... . Rep., Kingston. 25 Francis R. Stoddard, Jr* Rep.. New York City.

2 Abram P. Le Fevre*. Rep.. New Paltz. 26 Joseph Steinberg*. Prog. New York City.

WARREN. 27 Charles E. Rice, Jr. Rep.. New York City. Henry E. H. Brereton*...Rep.. Diamond Point. 28 Salvatore A. Cotillo, Dem.New York City.

WASHINGTON, 29 Howard Conkling*. Rep.. New York City. Charles O. Pratt*. Rep.. Cambridge. 30 Dennis G. Donovan. Dem.New York City.

WAYNE. 31 Aaron A. Feinberg. Rep.. New York City.

Riley A. Wilson*,

.Rep.. Savannah. NIAGARA. 1 Wilam Bewley*.

WESTCHESTER. Rep., Lockport. 2 Alan N. Parker.. Rep.. Niagara Falls.

1 George Blakely*.

Rep.. Yonkers. 2 William S. Coffey

Rep.. Mount Vernon. ONEIDA.

3 Walter H. Law, Jr*. Rep.. Briarcliff Manor. 1 Fred F. Emden* Dem. Utica.

4 Floy D. Hopking*. Rep.. White Plains. 2 Charles J. Fuesg*

.Rep.. Utica.
3 J. Brayton Fuller*.. Rep.. Marcy.

WYOMING.
John Knight*..

.. Rep.. Arcade.
ONONDAGA.
1 Edward Arnts*
Rep., Syracuse.

YATES. 2 J. Leslie Kincaid. Rep.. Syracuse.

Edwin C. Gillette* .....

Rep.. Penn Yan. 3 Jacob R. Buecheler*, Rep.. Syracuse.

RECAPITULATION.
ONTARIO.
Republicans..

.99 Heber E. Wheeler ..... Rep. East Bloomfield.

Democrats.
ORANGE.
Progressives.

2 1 James B. Montgomery*. , Rep.. Newburgh. 2 Charles J. Boyd ....... Rep.. Middletown.

Total

150 * Members of thelast Assembly. Assemblymen are elected forone year, Salary, $1,500 and mileage. ASSEMBLY.

JOINT SESSION OF LEGISLATURE. Republicans.

Republicans.

133 Democrats.. 49 Democrats..

66 Progressives. 2 Progressives..

2

.49

99

Total.

150

Total....

201

JUDICIARY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.
JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS OF NEW YORK.

Troy.

JrDGES.

Residences. Counties, Salaries.' Politics. Terms Expire Willard Bartlett, Chief Judge. Brooklyn Kings

$14,200 Dem... Dec, 31, 1916 Wm.H. Cuddeback, Associate Judge.. Buffalo... Erie.

13,700 Dem.... 31, 1925 John W. Hogan, Syracuse. Onondaga 13,700 Dem.

31, 1928 Frederick Collin, Elmira... Chemung 13,700 Dem..

31, 1920 William E. Werner,

Rochester.. Monroe.

13,700 Rep.

31. 1915 Frank H. Hiscock, Syracuse. Onondaga 13,700 Rep.

31, 1926 Samuel Seabury,

New York... New York 13,700 I.L.P.D. 31, 1925 *Emory A. Chase,

Cat kill... Greene..

13,700 Rep Temporary. *Nathan I. Miller,

('ortland Cortland 13,700 Rep. Temporary. * BenaL N. Cardozo

Xew York.... New York 13,700 R & Pg. I Temporary • Temporary designation to Court.

JUDGES OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT.
DEPARTMENT.

Designations
Justices.
Residences. Politics,

Expire. 1st. The county of New York. John Proctor ('larke. New York.

Rep... Oct, 3, 1913 Victor J. Dowling.

Deni. Dec. 31, 1914 George L. Ingraham.

Dem..

31, 1917 Chester B. Mclaughlin Port Henry

Rep

31, 1914 Frank C. Laughlin..... Buffalo,

Rep

31, 1914 Henry D. Hotchkiss.. New York. Dem. Jan, 2, 1918 Francis M. Scott.

Den. Dec. 31, 1916

Dem... Nov. 6, 1919 20. Kings, Queens, Nassau, Rich- Luke D. Stapleton... Brooklyn...

Dem, mond, Suffolk, Rockland, West- Almet F. Jenks....

Dec. 31, 1933 chester, Putnam, Orange, Dutch- Joseph A. Burr..

Rep.

31, 1918 Edward B. Thomas..

Rep. ess,

31, 1915 Adelbert P. Rich.. Anburn.

Dem Temporary:
William J. Carr.. Brooklyn..

Dem..
Jan.

6, 1916 Harrington Putnam...

Dem Temporary.

Rep. 3d. Sullivan, Ulster, Greene. Co-Walter Lloyd Smith... Elmira.

Dec. 31, 1916 lumbia, Schoharie, Albany, Rens- John M. Kellogg Ogdensburg..

Rep.

Nov, 12, 1915 selaer, Fulton, Schenectady, George F. Lyon.. Bingbamton ... Rep. Jan. 11, 1917 Montgomery, Saratoga, Wash- Wesley O. Howard

Rep.

Dec. 31, 1916 Ington, Warren, Hamilton, John Woodward. Buffalo.

Rep.

Feb. 28, 1918 Essex, Clinton, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Delaware, Otsego, Broome, Chenango, Madison, ('ortland,

Tioga, Tompkins, Schuyler, Chemung. 4th. Herkimer, Oneida, Lewis, John S. Lambert .... Fredonia

Rep.

Nov. 7, 1917 Jefferson, Oswego, Onondaga, Nathaniel Foote....... Rochester

Dec. 31, 1916 Cayuga, Seneca, Wayne, Ontario. Frederick W. Kruse.. Olean..

Rep.

31, 1922 Yates, Steuben, Livingston, Mon- James A. Robson.. Canandaigua.. Rep.

Jan. 7, 1917 roe, Allegany, Wyoming, Gen- Edgar S. K. Merrell.... Lowville.... Dem ....Mar. 15, 1915 esee, Orleans, Niagara,' Erie, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua.

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. The salaries of Justices of the Supreme Court are: First and Second Districts, $17,500; remaining Districts, $10,000; but non-resident Justices, sitting in the Appellate Divisions of the First and Second Departments, receive the same compensation as the Justices m those Departments; is assigned to duty in the First and Second Districts, other than in the Appellate Division, their additional compensation is $10 per day. DISTRICTS.

Justices.

Residences. Politics. Terms Expire 1st. The city and county of New Samuel Greenbaum ... New York. Dem... Dec. 31, 1915 York. George L. Ingraham

Dem..

81, 1917 Francis M. Scott..

Dem

31, 1918 Joseph E. Newburger.

Dem

31, 1919 James A. Blanchard..

Rep.

31, 1915 Vernon M. Davis.

Dem.

31, 1916 Philip H. Dugro..

Dem.

31, 1928 Victor J. Dowling.

Dem.

31, 1918 Benjamin N. Cardozo ..

R. & Pg. 31, 1927 John J. Delany

Dem.

31, 1924 Thomas F. Donnelly..

Dem.

31, 1926 Eugene A. Philbin...

D.& Fas. 31, 1927 Irving Lehman..

Dem...

31, 1923 Leonard A. Giegerich..

Dem..

31, 1920 Alfred R. Page.

Rep. .

31, 1923 Nathan Bijur

Rep

31, 1923 Edward J. Gavegan.

31, 1923 Clarence J. Shearn..

Dem.

31, 1915 John Proctor Clarke..

Rer

31, 1915 John W. Goff..........

Dem

31, 1918 Bartow S. Weeks..

Dem

31, 1928

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