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MANY OF THE CITY OFFICES EXPIRATION OF LEASES City Paymaster. --John H. Timmerman,83 Chainbers Street ($6,000).
LIST OF OFFICALS SUBJECT TO CHANCE.
WILL MOVE INTO THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING ON
Mayor. -John Purroy Mitchel ($15 000).
Executive Secretary. —James Matthewson.
Bureau of Licenses.-57 Centre St.
Manhattan, Marcus M. Marks, 10 City Hall
($7,500); Ralph Folks, Secretary ($5,000).
Bronc.-Douglas Mathewson ($7,500), 3d Ave.
and 177th St.; Richard W. Hill, Secretary (84,000).
Brooklyn,-Lewis K. Pounds ($7,500), 16 Boro'
Hall; Mark Reardon, Jr., Secretary ($4,000).
Queens, -Maurice E. Connolly ($5,000), L. I. City.
Joseph Flanagan, Secretary.
Richmond.-C. J. McCormack ($5,000), Brighton; Frank O. Driscoll, Secretary ($2,500). Aldermen.
President-George McAneny($5,000). Vice-Chair-
man-O. Grant Esterbrook ($4,000).
Committee on Finance-Henry H. Curran ($4,000).
City Clerk and Clerk of Board of Aldermen-P. J.
Scully ($8,000). 1st Deputy-Joseph F. Prendergast
($5,000). Chief Clerk-J. J. Hines ($5,000). Alder-
men receive $2,000 salary per year.
BOROUGHS AND DISTRICTS.
Dem., 32; Rep. (and Fusion), 39; Prog., 2.
Manhattan. -I, Bernard E. Donnelly, D.; 2,
Michael Stapleton, D.; 3, J. J. White, D.; 4, Wm.
H. Burns, D.; 5, J. M. Haunon, D.; 6, F. J. Dotzler,
R.; 7. F. L. Dowling, D.; 8, Louis Jacobson, R.;
9, J. F.McCourt, D.; 10, Frank Dostal, Jr., R.; 11,
I. Wendel, Jr., D.; 12, W. P. Kenneally, D.; 13,
John McCann, D.; 14, Wm. J. Lein, D.; 15, Wm.
F. Quinn, R.; 16, J. T. Eagan, D.; 17, D. M.
Bedell, R.; 18, J. J. Nugent, D.; 19, W. D. Brush,
R; 20, J. J. Reardon, D.; 21, Oscar Igstaedter,
R.; 22, Henry Ottes, R.; 23, J. H. Boschen, R.;
24, Frank Mullen, Pg.; 25, Chas. Delaney, D.; 26,
H. H. Curran, R.; 27, James F. Mullen, D.; 28,
Joseph W. Spencer, R.; 29. Fred. Trau, R.; 30,
Lauren Carroll, R.; 31, Hyman Pouker, R.; 32,
W. Duggan, R.; 33, Wm. H. Chorosh, Prog.
Broux. 34. A. J. McNally, R.; 35, Peter
Schweikert, D.; 36. Rob. L. Moran, D.: 37, James
J. Ferguson, D.; 38, Harry Robitzek, D.: 39,
James Hamilton, R.; 40, Jacob Weil, R.; 41, F. H.
Brooklyn.-42, Michael J. Hogan, R.; 43, Mich'l
Carberry, D.; 44, F. Cunningham, D.; 45, J. S.
Gaynor, R.; 46, Ed. H. Taylor, R.; 47, John
Diemer, R.; 48,J.J. Molen D.: 49, F. P. Kenney, D.;
50, Ed. B. Valentine, R.; 51, August Ferrand, R.;
52, Dan'l R. Coleman, R.: 53, F. H. Stevenson, R.;
54, Jesse D. Moore, R.; 55, F. T. Dixon, D.; 56, W.
P. McGarry, D.; 57, R. H. Bosse, R.: 58, 0. G.
Esterbrook, R.; 59, Arnon L. Squiers, R.; 60, Jacob
Bartscherer, R.;61,W.H. Pendry, R.; 62, Abraham
M. Levy, R.;63, Edward Eichhorn, R.; 64, Chas.
J. Moore, R.: 65, Isadore M. Rosenbloom, R.
Queens, -66, Sam. J. Burden, D.; 67, Albert C.
Benninger, D.: 68, Alex. Dujat, D.; 69, Charles
A. Post, R.; 70, John Kochendorfer, R.
Richmond 71, William Fink, D.; 72, J. J.
O'Rourke, D.; 73, Chas. P. Cole, D.
Coroners.-70 Lafayette Street.
Manhattan-Israel L. Feinberg, Timothy Healy,
Patrick D. Riordan, Herman Hellenstein ($6,000
each). Chief Clerk, Antonio Dalessandro ($3,000).
Bront. Wm. J. Flynn and Jerome F. Healy
($6,000 each). Clerk, W. T. Austin, Brooklyn,
Ernest Wagner and Frank S. Senior (86,000 each),
Clerk, Michael Cunneon.
and Dan. M. Ebert (84,000 each). Clerk, Albert
Humm. Richmond, James L. Vail ($4,000).
Clerk, Thomas J. McGinley.
Department of Finance.-Stewart Building.
Controller.-William A. Prendergast ($15,000).
Denulies.-Alex' der Brough, E. D. Fisher ($7,500).
Assistant Deputy-Hubert L. Smith (86,000). Secre-
tary-Geo. L. Tirrell (86,000). Auditor of Accounts.
-Chas. S. Hervey (86.000).
Duncan MacInnes ($6,000).
8. Wolfe (83,150).
Receiver of Tures.-F. H. E.
Collector of City Revenue and Su-
perintendent of Markets-Sidney Goodacre ($3,000).
Collector of Assessments and Arrears, -Daniel (3,500). Deputy.- Brooklyn-Theo. G. Christmas Moynahan ($4,500); Deputy, Geo. W. Wanmaker ($4,000).
James T. Adamson, Municipal Building ($6,000).
Bureau of Municipal Investigation and Statistics-
ing ($12,000. Deputy.-lienry J. Walsh ($5,000).
Henry Bruere, Municipal Build-
Public Works and Other Departments.
Commissioner Public Works. -Manhattan-E. V.
Frothingham ($7,200); Assistant, Wm. R. Patter-
Bronx-Thos. W. Whittle ($5,500).
James A. Dayton ($4,000). Richmond-L. L.Tribus
Julian B. Beatty, Supt. (85,000). Bronx-Arthur
Bureau Public Bldgs, and Offices.-Manhattan-
J. Largy, Supt. ($4,000).
Woody, Supt. ($5,000). Queens. -Frank X. Duer,
tricity.-Henry S. Thompson ($7,500). Deputy. J.
Commissioner of Water Supply, Gas and Elec-
W. F. Bennett (86,000). Bronx-J. L. Jordan
Br'klyn-F. T. Parsons ($5,500). Queens
-M. P. Walsh ($4,000). Richmond-John E. Bowe
Commissioner of Bridges F. J. H. Kracke
Engineer -A. Johnson ($10,000). Secretary-E. E.
($7,500). Deputy-W. H. Sinnott ($4,500).
Commissioner of Street Cleaning.- John T. Feth-
erston ($7,500). Manhattan-Deputy-.
($5,000). Bronx - Deputy.
Tenement-House Department- Manhattan and
sumer-William H. Abbott, Jr. ($4,000).
Richmond-Municipal Building - Commissioner-
and Queens-503 Fulton Street. Second Deputy
John J. Murphy ($7,500). First Deputy Commis-
149th Street. Superintendent-William B. Calvert
Commissioner-F. Manu ($4,000). Bronx-391 East
Department of Police.
Central Office, 240 Centre Street.
Commissioner.-Douglas I. McKay (87,500).
Secretary-Augustus D. Porter ($3,000).
Clerk-William H. Kipp ($5,000).
missioners. (Second) George S. Dougherty ($6,-
000). (Third) Harry W. Newburger ($6,000).
James E. Dillon, Cornelius F. Cahalane, George
Inspectors.-Max F. Schmittberger (Chief Insp.);
F. Titus, Wm. J. Lahey, E. P. Hughes, J. F. Dwyer,
John J. Farrell, Chas. A. Formosa, Henry Cohen,
Thomas Myers, James H. Gillen, Geo. R. Wake-
Robert E. Dooley, John D. Herlihy, T. J. Kelly,
field, John O'Brien ($3,500 each). Detective Bu-
reau.-Joseph A. Faurot, Inspector ($3,500).
Department of Health.
Walker and Centre Streets.
($7,500). Secretary.-Eugene W. Scheffer ($5,000).
President and Commissioner. -Ernst J. Lederle
Assistants. Manhattan-Alonzo Blauvelt ($3,500).
Bronx-Marion M. McMillan ($3,500). Brooklyn-
T. R. Maxfield ($3.500). Queens-John H. Barry
($3,500). Richmond-John T. Sprague ($3,500).
Law Department.-Hall of Records. Corporation Counsel. - Arb'd R. Watson ($15,000). Secretary.-Edmund Kirby ($3,500).
Assistlyn-James D. Bell (810.000). C. D. Olendorf ($10,000 each). Assistant.-Brookand ($7,500). Openings.-Joel J. Squier, 90 West Broadway Bureau of Street Bureau for Collection of Arrears of Per($5,000). sonal Taxes.-Geo. O. Reilly, Municipal Building Bureau for Recovery of Herman Stiefel, Municipal Building ($6,000). Penalties.ipal Building ($7,500). Tenement-House Bureau,-John P.O'Brien, Munic
Department of Fire.-157 E. 67th St.
Commissioner.-Robert Adamson ($7,500).
Chief-John Kenlon ($10,000). Deputy.-W. H.
Weeks ($5,000). Brooklyn and Queens.........
($5,000). Deputy Chief.-
tan and Brooklyn Boroughs (2 votes each), Bronx,
Secretary, Joseph Haag ($87,500).
Queens and Richmond (1 vote each) total, 16 votes.
Chief Engineer.-Nelson P.Lewis($12 000), Bureau of Franchises.-H. P. Nichols, Engineer ($7,500).
Commissioners of Sinking Fund.-Municof Board of Aldermen, and Chairman Finance ipal Building. Members.-The Mayor, Chairman; Committee of Board of Aldermen; Secretary, the Comptroller, the Chamberlain, the President John Korb, Jr.
Fire Marshals.--John P. Prial ($3,000) (Man- Commissioner of Licenses-Municipal Bldg. hattan, Broux, and Richmond); Brophy ($3,000) (Brooklyn and Queens). Secretary.-Daniel E. Finn ($4,800). Department of Parks.-Arsenal, Central Park. President Park Board and Commissioner of Parks, Manhattan and Richmond. -George C. Ward (85,000). Brooklyn.-Raymond V. Ingersoll ($5,000). Bronx-Thos. J. Higgins ($5,000). Queens.-Walter G. Eliot (85,000). Secretary Park Board......... ($4,000).
Bureau of Buildings.-Municipal Building.
Superintendent.-Manhattan-Rudolph P. Miller
($6,000). Assistant. -Robert B. Insley ($4,000). Chief
Inspectors.-Alfred Ludwig ($5,000) and Frederick
H. Dewey ($4,000).
Bronx. -3d Ave. & 177th St., Robt. J. Moorehead,
Supt, ($5,000). Brooklyn-Borough Hall-P. J. Car-
lin, Supt. ($5,000). Queens.- Borough Hall-John W.
Moore, Supt. ($3,000). Richmond.-Borough Hall
-St. George, S. I.-John Seaton, Supt. ($3,000).
Department of Taxes and Assessments.
Hall of Records.
President.-Lawson Purdy ($8,000);
sioners, Chas. T. White, Edward W. Allen, Colin
H. Woodward, Ardolph L. Kline, John J. Halleran
(£7,000 each). Secretary.-C. R. Tyng ($4,500).
Department of Charities.-Foot E. 26th St.
Commissioner. -John A. Kingsbury ($7,500).
Secretary.-J. McKee Borden ($3,500). 1st Demity.
-Henry C. Wright (85,000). 2d Deputy (327 Scher-
merhorn St., Brooklyn).-Thomas L. Fogarty
($5,000). 3d Deputy-.....
Commissioner of Jurors.-127 Stewart B'ld'g.
Thomas Allison (County of New York) ($6,000).
Commissioners of Accounts-Municipal Bldg.
Municipal Civil Service Commissioners.
Henry Moscowitz, Pres. ($6,000); Alexander
Keogh, Darwin R. James, Jr., Commissioners
($5,000). Secretary. -Frank A. Spencer ($5,000).
Public Administrator.- 119 Nassau Street.
W. M. Hoes ($10,000). F. W. Arnold, Asst.($5,000).
Chief Clerk.-John J. Connell ($2,700).
Department of Correction.-148 E. 20th St.
Commissioner.-Katharine B. Davis ($7,500).
Deputy.-Burdette G. Lewis (84,000).
Secretary.-John B. Fitzgerald ($3,000).
Department Docks and Ferries.-Battery Pl.
Commissioner.-R. A. C. Smith ($7,500).
Deputies.-Chas, J. Farley and Rich. C. Harrison.
Secretary.-Matthew J. Harrington ($4,000). Chier
Engineer-Chas. W. Staniford ($10,000). Supt.
Docks, -Chas. A. Manly ($5,000). Acting Supt.
Ferries.-L. V. Hanlon ($3,500).
Department of Education-Park Av. & 59th St.
President.-Thos. W.Churchill, Vice-President.-
John Greene. Secretary.-A. E. Palmer ($5,500).
Assistant Secretary.-F.H. Johnson ($3,500).
Chief Clerk-Thos. A. Dillon ($3,000). Supt. of
School Buildings.-C. B. J. Snyder ($10,000). Supt. of
School Supplies.-Patrick Jones ($7,500). City Supt.
of Schools-Wm. H. Maxwell ($10,000). Associate
City Superintendents $6,500 each).-Andrew W. Ed-
son. John H. Haaren, Clarence E. Meleney, Wm.
L. Ettinger. Edward B. Shallow, Edward L. Stev-
ens, Gustave Straubenmüller, John H. Walsh.
District Superintendents.-(85,000 each). Examiners
($6,000 each).-James C. Byrnes, Walter L. Hervey,
J. A. O'Connell, George J. Smith.
Board of Estimate and Apportionment.
Members.-The Mayor. Chairman (3 votes); the
Comptroller (3 votes), the President of the Board
of Aldermen (3 votes), the Presidents of Manhat-
Board of Water Supply.-Municipal Bldg.
Chas. Strauss, President; Chas. N. Chadwick,
John F. Galvin ($12,000 each). Chief Engineer.-
J. Waldo Smith ($16,000). Secretary.-Joseph P.
City Record.-Municipal Building.
Supervisor.-David Ferguson ($5,000).
Board of Assessors.-Municipal Building.
Alfred P. W. Seaman Jacob J. Lesser, Wm. C.
Ormond ($5,000 each). Secretary.—St. George B.
Board of Elections.-Municipal Building.
J. G. Britt, President; Moses M. McKee, Sec'y.
Permanent Census Board.-114 E. 47th St.
The Mayor, City Superintendent of Schools and
Police Commissioner; George H. Chatfield, Secre-
County Clerk (Court House).-Wm, F. Schneider
($15,000). Deputy. - William B. Selden ($6,000).
Kings County Clerk (Hall of Records, Brooklyn).
-Chas. F. Devoy ($12,000). Deputy.-John Feitner
Sherif New York County (299 Broadway). – M.
($5,000). Bronx County Clerk.-James V. Ganly.
S. Griffenhagen ($12,000 and half of fees).
Under Sheri-Frank K. Bowers (86,000). Deputies
receive $2,500 each. Warden-Thomas Rock($3,000).
Lewis M. Swasey ($15,000). Under Sherif.-Chas, F.
Sherif Kings County (186 Remsen St., Brooklyn).-
Murphy (86,000). Deputies receive $2,200 Warden.
-Richard Wright ($3,000). Sheriff Queens County
(Long Island City). George Emener ($10,000).
Under Sheriff.-Samuel J. Mitchell ($2.500). Sherif
Richmond County (Richmoud, S. I.).-Joseph F.
O'Grady ($6,000). Sheriff Bronx County.-James
F. O'Brien. Register (Hall of Records). —
(85,000). Register Kings County (Hall of Records,
John J. Hopper ($12,000). Deputy-Wm. Halpin
Brooklyn).-E. T. O'Loughlin ($12,000), Deputy-
Alfred T. Hobley ($5,000). Deputy Mortgage Tax
Department.-P. T.Williams ($3,500). Commissioner
of Records.-Edmund O'Connor ($5,000). Deputy.-
Wm. F. Thompson ($4,000). Register Bronx County.
EXCISE DEPARTMENT.-1451 Broadway.
(Manhattan and Bronx) ($5,000): James I. Kelly
Special Deputy Commissioners-Thos. F. McAvoy,
(Brooklyn) (83,750); Michael W. Murphy (Rich-
mond) ($2,000); Geo.S. Jervis (Queens) ($2,500).
HEALTH OFFICER (of the Port of New York).
-Quarantine Station, Rosebank, S. I., N. Y. Har-
bor, Joseph J. O'Connell. Terni expires Feb. 21,
1916. Salary, $12,500.
LABOR DEPARTMENT.-381 Fourth Ave.
PILOT COMMISSIONERS.-17 State Street.
L. Norton, M. H. Tracy, H. M. Randall, J. W.
Commissioners.-W. I. Comes. President; Geo.
Miller. Secretary. -Daniel A. Nash.
PORT WARDENS.-1 Broadway
Wardens.-Wm. H. Burns, President; Charles
M. Janvrin, Marcus Braun.
A. Bayles, Geo. E. Bickwith, Morris Levy, George
Thomas M. Tobin, Richard O'Keeffe (fees).
Collector.-John Regan. Secretary.-A. W. Dodge.
Public Service Commission.-154 Nassau St.
Williams, M. R. Maltbie, John F. Eustis, J.
Edward E. McCall, Chairman: George V. S.
H. Whitney, Secretary ($6,000).
Sergeant Cram, Commissioners ($15,000). Travis
PART I-TRIAL TERM (the Criminal Term of the Court for the trial of indictments), held by a Justice of the Supreme Court in the Criminal Courts Building, Centre and Franklin Streets. GENERAL SESSIONS (Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5)-In the Criminal Courts Building.
Thomas C. T. Crain.. Dec. 31, 1920 James T. Malone.... Dec. 31, 1921 Chas. C. Nott, Jr.. Dec. 31, 1927 Edward Swann. Dec. 31, 1921 Wm. C. Wadhams..Dec. 31, 1927
Joseph F. Mulqueen.. Dec. 31, 1921 Otto A. Rosalsky.... Dec. 31, 1920
Clerk of Part 1, Trial Term, Supreme Court, and of the Court of General Sessions (office in the Criminal Courts Building)-Edward R. Carroll. Judges of General Sessions receive annual salary of $17,500 each. COURT OF SPECIAL SESSIONS. Salary. Term Expires.
Joseph F. Moss.
1, 1916 George J. O'Keefe.
1, 1923 Cornelius F. Collins..
1, 1919 Morgan M. L. Ryan.
9,000 Jan. 6. 1918 Arthur C. Salmon.
4, 191 Robert J. Wilkin.
9,000 Dec. 21, 1921 Moses Herrman
9,000 July 1, 1917 Lorenz Zeller..
Court is open dally, except Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays, at 10 A. M.
Frank W. Smith, Chief Clerk; salary, $6,000; office 32 Franklin Street.
Salary. Term Expires. $9,000 July 1, 1920 9,000 Dec. 30, 1915 9,000 May 2, 1922 9,000 Dec. 31, 1913 9,000 July
9,000 April 15, 1923
PART I-Criminal Courts Building, Borough of Manhattan. Part II-171 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn; Part III-Town Hall, Jamaica, Queens. This court is held on Tuesday. Part IVBorough Hall, St. George, S. I. This court is held on Wednesdays. Part V-Bronx County Court House, 161st Street and Third Avenue, Bronx. This court is held on Thursdays. Part VI (Circult Court)-Held in such counties, and at such times, as the stress of business requires and the Chief Justice shall direct. CHILDREN'S COURTS.
Held by one of the Justices of the Court of Special Sessions, specially designated by the Chief Justice. Court opens at 10.00 A. M. dally, except Sunday and legal holidays.
New York County-No. 66 Third Avenue, Manhattan. Kings County-No. 102 Court Street, Brooklyn. Queens County-No. 19 Flushing Avenue, Borough of Queens. This court is held on Mondays and Thursdays. Richmond County-Corn Exchange Bank Building, St. George, S. I. This court is held on Tuesdays. Bronx County-355 East 137th Street. This court is held on Wednesdays and Fridays. CITY MACISTRATES. (Salary, $7,000; Chief Magistrate, $8,000.)
MAGISTRATE. Wm. McAdoo, Chief Jan 30, 1920 John J. Frescnt... Jan. 30, 1915 lienry W. Herbert... June 30, 1919 Frederick B. House. June 30, 1919 Daniel F. Murphy. July 30, 1920 Joseph E. Corrigan. 14, 1917 Matthew P. Breen... June 30, 1922 Peter T. Barlow.. Apr. 30, 1923 Francis X. McQuade June 30, 1922 Paul Krotel: 30. 1919 J. A. L. Campbell May 1, 1915 Thomas J. Nolan... July 1, 1923 Chas. W. Appleton July 1. 1921 Joseph M. Deuel. Apr. 30, 1917 Geo. M. S. Schulz.. 1, 1923 Robert C. Cornell.... Apr. 30, 1923 Samuel D. Levy June 30, 1922 Robt. C. Ten Eyck..Apr. 30, 1917 Chas. N. Harris. 30, 1917 Norman J. Marsh July 14, 1917 Chief Cl.,Philip Bloch. (Sal., $5,000.) MAGISTRATES' COURTS. First District-Criminal Courts Building. Centre and Franklin Streets. Second District-125 Sixth Avenue (Jefferson Market). Third District-Second Avenue and First Street. Fourth District-151 East 57th Street. Fifth District-170 East 121st Street. Sixth District-East 162d Street, corner Brook Avenue. Seventh District-314 West 51th Street. Eighth District-181st Street and Boston Road. Ninth District (Night Court for Women)-125 Sixth Avenue (Jefferson Market). Tenth District (Night Court for Men)-151 East 57th Street. Eleventh District (Domestic Relations Court)-151 East 57th Street. Thirteenth District (Domestic Relations Court, County of the Bronx)-1014 East 181st Street. Office of the Chief City Magistrate, 300 Mulberry Street. DISTRICT-ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.
Criminal Courts Building, Centre and Franklin Streets. The salary of the District-Attorney is $15,000 per annum; assistants, $7,500; deputy assistants' salaries vary from $5,000 to $1,500. NAME.
FIRST JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, MADISON AVENUE AND TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
George L Ingraham, Pres, Justice. John Proctor Clarke.
Court opens at 2 P. M. Motion Days 1st and 3d Fridays, when court opens at 10.00 a. M. Clerk-Alfred Wagstaff. Deputy Clerk-William Lamb, AN APPELLATE TERM to hear appeals from the City and Municipal Courts will sit in the County Court House.
Clerk-County Clerk William F. Schneider, ex-officio. Salary of Supreme Court Justices, $17,500.
COUNTY COURT, KINCS COUNTY.
Judges-Norman S. Dike, Rep., and Lewis L.
Fawcett, Rep., $12,500.
SURROGATE'S COURT, BROOKLYN.
Surrogate-Herbert T. Ketcham, Dem., $15,000.
Chief Clerk-John H. McCooey.
COMMITTEE OF ARBITRATION
31.1917 OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF
NEW YORK STATE, 65 LIBERTY ST.
A method of arbitration established by the
Deputy.-Edward H. Piepenbring; salary, $3,000. Chamber of Commerce for the adjustment, with
out litigation, of differences arising between Individuals, firms or corporations. This method can be availed of by either members or non
The Surrogates are elected for a term of fourteen members. Sereno S, Pratt, Secretary. years at an annual salary of $15,000.
Robert L. Fowler.. Surrogate.
John P. Cohalan....
DISTRICT-ATTORNEY, KINGS co. District-Attorney-James C. Cropsey, Fus.. $10,000, DISTRICT-ATTORNEY, RICHMOND Co. BOROUGH HALL, ST. GEORGE, S. I. Clerk. - Daniel J. Dowdney; salary, $4,500. District-Attorney -A. C. Fuch, Dem., N. P. $4,000. MUNICIPAL COURTS IN MANHATTAN AND BRONX. The Justices are elected for a term of ten years at an annual salary of $8,000. The Clerks are appointed by the Justices for six years, and receive annual salaries of $3,000.
UNITED STATES COURTS IN MANHATTAN.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS (2d Circuit). Post-Office Building.
Judges.-E. Henry Lacombe, Alfred C. Coxe, Henry G. Ward and Henry Wade Rogers. Clerk-William
Parkin; salary, $3,500. Term. -Second Monday in October.
The Judges of the Federal Courts are appointed | Assistant District- Attorneys,-Goldthwaite H. Dorr,
by the President, and confirmed by the United
Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Assigned to the Second Circuil.-Charles E.
Hughes; salary. $12,500.
United States Circuit Judges.-E. Henry Lacombe,
Alfred C. Coxe, Henry G. Ward, Henry Wade
Rogers; salaries. $7,000 each.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT (Southern
District of New York).-Post-Office Building.
United States District Judges. —George C. Holt, Chas.
M. Hough, Learned Hand, Julius M. Mayer;
salaries, $6,000 each.
Clerk-Alex.Gilchrist, Jr. Deputy.-Wm Tallman.
Slated Term. --First Tuesday in every month.
Motion Calendars. ---Bankruptcy, Monday; Gen-
eral Motions, Friday.
United States District Attorney. H. Snowden
Marshall; salary, $10,000.
Addison S. Pratt, James R Knapp.C. A.Thomp-
son, Frank M. Roosa, Henry A. Guiler, Jolin
E. Walker, John N. Boyle, Robert Stephen-
son, Charles II, Griffiths, Kenneth M. Spence,
Roger B. Wood, Samuel Hershenstein, Frank
E. Carstarphen, John Hunter. Jr., Harold
Harper, Gordon Auchincloss, R. H. Sarfaty,
James W. Osborne, Julian Hartridge, Harold
A. Content, John C. Knox, Edward Stanton.
Special Assistants to Attorney-General.-Raymond
G. Brown, Henry N. Arnold.
Marshal.-William Henkel; salary, 85.000.
Chief Demuty.-William C. Hecht; salary, $2.750.
Commissioners.-John A. Shields, Samuel R. Betts,
Samuel M. Hitchcock. Ed. L. Owen. Henry W.
Goodrich, Herbert Green, Daniel B. Deyo,
Edward J. Collins, Edward T. McEnany,
Mortimer B. Patterson.
Amusement Places in Manhattan and Bronx.
*Seating capacity is given from information furnished by the owners or managers of the theatres, but as some houses are able to add extra seats during important engagements the figures, in a few cases, are likely to vary slightly. On Dec. 12, 1911, the Board of Aldermen adopted a charter amendment permitting standees in theatres. The amendment provides that "any number of persons or rows of persons" may stand in the aisles back of the seats on the orchestra floor provided that a space six feet wide be kept clear when the aisles are sixteen feet wide or under, and that ten feet shall be kept clear when the aisles are more than sixteen feet in width. Only one row of standees is permitted in the galleries.
Academy of Music
Aerial (New Amsterdam
E. 14th St. and Irving Place.....
205 E. 57th St., near 3d Ave...
Koof) 42d St., west of Broadway
7th Ave. and 126th St...
8th Ave. and 42d St....
Amer.Nat. Grand Opera House 51st St. and Lexington Ave...
Bronx Opera House..
Century Opera House.
Broadway and 45th St...
Broadway and 165th St...
44th St., near Broadway.
44th St., near 5th Ave..
222 W. 45th St......
Broadway and 41st St....
149th St. & Bergen Ave...
W. 57th St., near 7th Ave..
ith Ave. and 57th St...
Broadway and 39th St..
963 Southern Boulevard, Bronx.
62d St, and Central Park West.
East 14th St., opposite Irving Pl.
Broadway and 62d St....
7th Ave. and 47th St.
W. 41st St., near 6th Ave
48th St. east of Broadway...
Broadway and 44th St.
Tremont Ave. and 177th St..
Delancey and Suffolk Sts.....
14th St., near 3 Ave....
W. 23d St., near 6th Ave..
236-42 West 42d St..
Broadway and 40th St..
Broadway and 28th St...
48th St. east of Broadway..
Forty-Fourth St. Music Hall.. West 44th St.....
Grand Central Palace.
Grand Opera House...
Hammerstein's Roof Garden..
Harlem Opera House..
Hurtig & Seamon's.
Keith's Union Sq..
Kessler's Second Ave.
Loew's Seventh Ave..
Manhattan Opera House..
Metropolitan Opera House...
Miner's Bowery (now Royal)..
Plaza Music Hall.
W. 14th St., near 6th Ave...
46th St., west of Broadway....
Broadway and 46th St......
35th St., near Broadway..
Broadway and 431 St....
Broadway and 46th St..
125th St., near 3d Ave..
Grand St., cor. Chrystie St.
46th & 47th Sts. & Lexington Ave..
W. 23d St. and 8th Ave..
Broadway and 146th St......
42d St. and 7th Ave..
W. 125th St., near 7th Ave...
42d St., near 8th Ave....
8th Ave. and 44th St...
44th St., near 6th Ave...
W. 125th St. and 7th Ave....
E. 15th St. and Irving Pl.
Westchester and Forest Aves..
214 E. 14th St.
3d Ave. and 31st St..
149th St. and 3d Ave..
E. 14th St., near Broadway.
35 to 37 21 Ave.....
Broadway and 38th St.
234 W. 42d St...
Broadway sud 66th St...
238 W. 44th St...
124th St. and 7th Ave..
220 W. 48th St., near Broadway.
45th St., near Broadway.
7th Ave. and 42d St
34th St., near 8th Ave.
39th St., near Broadway
169th St. and Boston Road.
142d St. and 3d Ave
Broadway, 39th and 40th Sts..
Bowery, near Delancey St.
31 Ave, and 156th St..
199 to 201 Bowery...
116th St. and 5th Ave.
Lexington Ave. and 42d St..
149th St. & Bergen Ave..
42d St., west of Broadway.
Broadway and 45th St..
E. 14th St., near 3d Ave
Broadway and 47th St..
59th St. & Columbus Circle
141 W. 48th St..
Madison Ave. and 59th St..
139th St., near 6th Ave......