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Alabama* Montgomery $4 per diem.
6 California Sacramento
Denver Connecticut* Hartford
300 per annum. Delaware Dover
3 per diem. Florida Tallahassee
6 Georgia Atlanta
4 Idaho Boise City
5 Illinois Springfield
5 Indiana* Indianapolis
6 Iowa Des Moines
500 per term. Kansas Topeka
3 per diem. Kentucky* Frankfort
5 Louisiana Baton Rouge
4 Maine Augusta
150 per annum. Maryland Annapolis
5 per diem. Massachusetts* Boston
750 per annum. Michigan Lansing
3 per diem. Minnesota St. Paul
5 Mississippi Jackson
400 per annum. Missouri Jefferson City
5 per diem. Montana Helena
6 Nebraska Lincoln
5 Nevada Carson City
8 N. Hampshire*.. Concord
200 per annum. New Jersey Trenton
500 per annum. N, Mexico Ter.. Santa Fe
4 per diem. New York* Albany
1,500 per annum North Carolina . Raleigh
4 per diem. North Dakota*. Bismarck
5 per diem. Obio Columbus
600 per annum. Oklahoma Ter. Guthrie
4 per diem, Oregon Salem
3 Pennsylvania Harrisburg
1,500 per annum Rhode Island* Newport and Providence
1 per diem. South Carolina . Columbia
5 South Dakota... Pierre
Salt Lake City 4
4 Washington* Olympia
5 West Virginia Charleston
4. Wisconsin Madison
500 per annum. Wyoming Cheyenne
5 per diem.
*States starred pay mileage also with annual or per diem salaries.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE W. S. Taylor, Governor (House and)
..$6,500 (Office contested by William Goebel.) M. R. Todd, Private Secretary
1,200 John Marshall, Lieutenant Governor (during Legislative session, per day)
10 (Office contested by J. C. W. Beckham.) Caleb Powers, Secretary of State
3,000 (Office contested by C. B. Hill.) W. J. Davidson, Assistant
1,800 (The receipts of this office through the corporation de
partment, are paid into the Treasury, and the Secretary
*ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
D. R. Collier, Adjutant General
*STATE INSPECTOR AND EXAMINER. C. W. Lester, State Inspector
*INSPECTOR OF MINES AND CURATOR GEOLOGICAL
SURVEY. G. W. Stone, Inspector
.$2,400 C. W. Logan, Assistant
1,200 (By act of the Legislature of 1898, the Geological Survey
was removed to Lexington.) * Appointed by the Governor.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Jno. S. Sweeney, Auditor
.$3,400 (Office contested by Gus. G. Coulter.) Frank H. Johnson, Assistant Auditor
2,000 Clerk hire
....16,200 ('The land office was abolished by the last Legislature,
and the work placed in charge of the Auditor's department and $1,200 was allowed for an additional clerk.)
TREASURER'S OFFICE. Walter R. Day, Treasurer
(Office contested by S. W. Hager.) 0. W. Long, Deputy
ATTORNEY-GENERAL. ifton J. Pra
(Office contested by R. J. Breckinridge.)
(Office contested by H. V. McChesney.)
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. Jno. W. Thockmorton, Commissioner
(Office contested by I. B. Nall.) Lucas Moore, Clerk
(Appointed by the Auditor.) W. H. Stone, Commissioner
$3,000 W. E. Sweeney, Deputy Commissioner
2,000 Chas. B. Marks, Clerk
1,800 John Sweeney, Actuary
1,200 (The salaries and expenses of this bureau are paid out of the fees received from insurance companies.)
2,000 2,000 1,200
STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
(Auditor and ex-ofiicio member.)
.McKee Hartford Frankfort
SECRETARIES.-Jno. L. Scott, Jr., J. L. Earlywine, Edw. C. Linney.
This board is composed of one member from each of the old Appellate Districts appointed by the Governor. The auditor is an ex officio member of the board, but receives no additional compensation. Term of office, two years; salary, $5 per day and mileage. Enıploys three secretaries at $5 per day.
PRISON COMMISSIONERS. Henry George, Chairman, Mayfield
$2,000 J. M. Richardson, Glasgow
2,000 Edward Pinnell, Cynthiana
2,000 J. W McDonald, Clerk, Frankfort
1,200 Elected by the Legislature of 1898, for terms of two, four and six years, respectively. Court of Appeals held six-year term unconstitutional.
STATE ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. C. B. Poyntz, Chairman
.Maysville Martin Yonts
Greenville John S. Fulton
Bardstown C. P. Chenault, Clerk
$200 Salary of each commissioner, $5.00 per day, while sitting, and not to exceed $100 a year.
The three State Commissioners are elected by the Legislature for a term of four years.
The State Board annually appoints three commissioners in each county in the State, and the County Commissioners appoint pre. cinct election officers.
COURT OF APPEALS. James H. Hazelrigg, Chief Justice
.$5,000 A. R. Burnam, Judge
5.000 B. L. D. Guriy, Judge
5,000 Geo. DuRelle, Judge
5,000 J. D. White. Judge
5,000 Thos. H. Paynter, Judge
5,000 J. P. Hobson, Judge
5,000 T'he court is divided into two divisions, each one consisting of three judges, beside the Chief Justice. Chief Justice Hazelrigg, and Judges Burnam, Paynter and Hobson comprise the eastern division, and Chief Justice Hazelrigg and Judges DuRelle, White and Guffy comprise the western division. The two divisions sit alternately every day, oxcept Monday.)
OFFICERS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. W. S. B. Hill, Sergeant, per day
$3.00 J. J. Smith, Deputy Sergeant, per day
3.00 B. L. Guffy, Tipstaff, per day
3.00 S. B. Coil. Janitor, per day
($6,000 a year is allowed the court to be expended for
CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. S. J. Shackelford, Clerk
($6,000 is allowed the clerk of the Court of Appeals for
STATE CUSTODIAN. Ed Porter Thompson, Custodian
.$1,200 (Appointed by Court of Appeals. His expenditures, in
cluding his salary, are limited to $2,500 per year. All
SINKING FUND COMMISSION.
W. S. Taylor, Chairman.
(Each commissioner is allowed $200, having the manage
ment of the printing of the State.)
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.
OFFICERS. J. M. Mathews, M. D., Pres.
J. N. McCormack, M. D., Sec. J. M. Mathews, M. D., Louisville, William Bailey, M. 1)., Louisville, Geo. T. Fuller, M. D., Mayfield, Arch Dixon, M. D., Henderson, J. H. Samuel, M. D., Maysville, J. H. Letcher, M. D., Henderson, J. N. McCormack, M. D., Bowling Green.
The State oficials and their appointees of the various offices are Republican, and the contestants are Democrats.