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CLINTON PRISON, DANNEMORA, CLINTON COUNTY.

Stephen Moffatt, Agent and Warden.
Moro V. Bates, Principal Keeper.
William H. Mayton, Clerk.
Frank M. Hopkins, Physician.
Cyrus Ransom, Chaplain.
Norman L. Hyde, Kitchen Keeper.

George W. Ripley, Yard Master,
SING SING PRISON, SING SING, WESTCHESTER COUNTY.

Gaylord B. Hubbell, Agent and Warden.
John McDuffie, Principal Keeper.
George B. Gifford, Clerk.
Peter Pruyne, Physician.
George F. Raye, Chaplain.
J. Holley Platt, Store Keeper.
Matthew Benson, Kitchen Keeper.
Miss M. E. Johnson, Matron Female Department.

ASYLUM FOR INSANE CRIMINALS, AUBURN, N. Y.
James W. Wilkie, Medical Superintendent.
William V. Miller, Assistant Medical Superintendent and

Clerk.
William Searles, Chaplain.

HEALTH OFFICERS' DEPARTMENT, NEW YORK.

S. Oakley Vanderpoel, Health Officer of the Port.
Jacob S. Mosher, First Deputy and Executive Officer
T. J. Thompson, Second Deputy.

QUARANTINE DEPARTMENT.
John E. Colville, Superintendent.
John Macartney, Physician.

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At the Capitol in the city of Albany.
First Tuesday of January. Third Tuesday of September.

At the New Court House in the city of New York.
First Tuesday of May.

* Judge of late Court of Appeals.

† Appointed by Governor as fifth Commissioner, and confirmed by Senate January 12, 1871.

1 Appointed by Governor and Senate January 7, 1873, vice Ward Hunt, resigned.

& Appointed by Governor and Senate January 10, 1873, vice William H. Leonard, resigned.

SUPREME COURT - GENERAL TERMS.

DEPARTMENTS AND TERMS AS ESTABLISHED BY CHAPTER 408,

LAWS OF 1870.

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENTS. FIRST DEPARTMENT to consist of the First Judicial District. SECOND DEPARTMENT to consist of the Second Judicial District. THIRD DEPARTMENT to consist of the Third, Fourth and Sixth Judicial Districts.

FOURTH DEPARTMENT to consist of the Fifth, Seventh and Eighth Judicial Districts.

THE GENERAL TERMS FOR 1873 AND 1874 ARE APPOINTED UNDER ACT OF MAY

20, 1872, AND ARE AS FOLLOWS: First Department. - On the first Mondays of January, March, May and October, at the Court House in the city of New York.

Second Department. - Second Monday of February, at Brooklyn. Second Monday of May, at Poughkeepsie. Second Monday of September, at Brooklyn. Second Monday of December, at Brooklyn.

Third Department. At the Capitol in the city of Albany, on the first Tuesdays of January, March and June. At the Court House in the city of Elmira, on the first Tuesday of May. At the Court House in the city of Binghamton. on the second Tuesday of September. At the Court House in the city of Schenectady, on the second Tuesday of November.

Fourth Department. - At Syracuse, on the first Tuesday of January. At Rochester, on the first Tuesdays of April and October. At Buffalo, on the first Tuesday of November.

DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING AND ASSOCIATE JUSTICES FOR THE FOUR JUDICIAL

DEPARTMENTS, TO COMPOSE THE GENERAL TERMS, MADE AND FILED BY THE

GOVERNOR, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 408, LAWS OF 1870.
For the First Department, consisting of the First Judicial District :

Daniel P. Ingraham, Presiding Justice. John R. Brady and Noah Davis.
Associate Justices.
For the Second Department, consisting of the Second Judicial District:

Joseph F. Barnard, Presiding Justice. Jasper W. Gilbert and Abraham B.
Tappen, Associate Justices.
For the Third Department, consisting of the Third, Fourth and Sixth Judicial

Districts :

Theodore Miller, Presiding Justice. Platt Potter and John M. Parker, Associate Justices. For the Fourth Department, consisting of the Fifth, Seventh and Eighth Judicial

Districts :

Joseph Mullen, Presiding Justice. John L. Talcott and E. Darwin Smith, Associate Justices.

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* Term of office under new judiciary article of Constitution is fourteen years. + Appointed by Governor September 21, 1872, vice Geo. G. Barnard removed by court of impeachment. | Appointed by Governor Sept. 24, 1872, vice Henry Hogeboom, deceased.

Appointed by Governor and Senate January 7, 1873, vice Thos. A. Johnson, deceased.

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