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ILLINOIS CIVIL LIST.

Corrected to Dec. 1, 1907.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Solo

TRUSTEES NORTHERN STATE NORMAL
Governor-Chas. S. Deneen, R., Cook county..$6,000

SCHOOL.
Lieutenant-Governor-Lawrence Y. Sherman,

Located at DeKalb.
R., McDonough county........
........ 1,000 A. A. Goodrich, president.

.....Chicago Secretary of State-James A. Rose, R., Pope J. J. McLallen, secretary.....

..Aurora county ....... ... 3,500 Isaac L. Ellwood..............

....DeKalb Auditor-James S." McCullough, R.;* Cham

Leroy A. Goddard............

....Chicago paign county.................................... 3,5

Isaac F. Edwards......

.......Dixon Treasurer-John F. Smulski, R., Cook county. 3,500 Francis G. Blair, ex officio...

.Springfield Superintendent of Public Instruction-Francis

President John W. Cook.
G. Blair, R., Coles county....

..... 3,500

Treasurer-John A. Lewis.
Attorney-General-William H. Stead, R., La-
Salle county..................

........3,500 TRUSTEES EASTERN STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Insurance Superintendent-Fred W. Potter... 3,500

Located at Charleston.
Adjutant-General-Thos, W. Scott, Fairfield.. 3,000

Brent H. Pinnell, president.
Note-The salaries of the successors of the pres-

..... Kansas ent officials in the executive department will

John H. Marshall, secretary....

..Charleston

John S. Culp................... be as follows: Governor, $12,000; treasurer and at

...Bethalto Clarence H. Oxman...........

i....Grayville torney-general, $10,000 each; secretary of state, auditor and superintendent of public instruction,

Scott Burgett........

. Newman

Francis G. Blair, ex officio.... $7,500 each; lieutenant-governor, $2,500; insurance

.Springfield superintendent, $3,500; adjutant-general, $3,000.

President-L. C. Lord.

Treasurer-George H. Jeffries.
THE SUPREME COURT.

TRUSTEES SOUTHERN NORMAL UNIVERSITY.
The Supreme court consists of seven judges, elect-

Located at Carbondale. ed for a term of nine years, one from each of the

J. M. Burkhart.

......Marion seven districts into which the state is divided.

Hugh Lander..........

...Carbondale The election is held in June of the year in which

H.H. Beckemeyer.........

......Buxton any term expires.

F. C. Vandervoort......

Bloomington
JUSTICES.
W. S. Phillips...........

....Ridgway
Dist.
Salary $10,000. Term expires. Francis G. Blair, ex officio..

..Springfield 1. Alonzo K. Vickers, Vienna...... ......June, 1915 President-D. B. Parkinson. 2. William M. Farmer, Vandalia..........June, 1915 Registrar-H. W. Shyrock. 3. Frank K. Dunn, Charleston............June, 1915 Treasurer-E. K. Porter. 4. Guy C. Scott, Aledo......

.......June, 1912 5. John P. Hand. chief justice, Cambridge.June, 1909

STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY.
6. James H. Cartwright, Oregon..........June, 1915

Located at Normal.
7. Orrin N. Carter, Chicago................June, 1915
Reporter-Isaac N. Phillips.

Managed by state board of education.
Clerk-Christopher Mamer.

Francis G. Blair, ex officio..

....Springfield Librarian-Ralph H. Wilkin.

Enoch A. Gastman.......

....... Decatur Terms of court are held in Springfield, com

Charles L. Capen......

Bloomington mencing on the first Tuesday in February, April,

William R. Sandham...

.. Wyoming June, October and December.

E. R. E. Kimbrough..

..Danville Mrs. Ella F. Young....

.Chicago Frank B. Stitt..

.El Paso BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS.

Forrest F. Cook.....

.Galesburg George W. Wall, president......... .......DuQuoin

Frank A. Kerns....

.Wyoming Wm. B. Wright, secretary and treasurer.. Effingham

Jacob L. Bailey.....

.. Macomb George B. Harrington

.Princeton Henry B. Mason, 100 Washington street.... Chicago James H. Stearns......

..... Freeport
P. R. Walker.....

Rockford
Joseph L. Robertson.......

........Peoria Charles L. Bartlett............................Quincy

B. O. Willard............

...Rushville Solomon H. Trego......

.....Clayton COURT OF CLAIMS.

President-David Felmley.

Treasurer--Frank D. Marquis, Normal. Office in Springfield. Lawrence B. Stringer................... .... Lincoln TRUSTEES WESTERN STATE NORMAL William Johnson.............................Rockford

SCHOOL. Charles J. Searle...

... Rock Island

Located at Macomb.
Secretary-J. S. McCullough, ex officio.

John M. Keifer, president.....

...... Macomb

Fred R. Jeliff, secretary....... ..... Galesburg UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS:

John A. Mead...............

....... Augusta Lewis H. Hanna..............

... Monmouth Located at Champaign and Urbana.

J. F. Mains...................

...Stronghurst • Board of trustees.

Francis G. Blair, ex officio....

....Springfield Ex Officio Members—The governor, the president

President-Alfred Bayliss. of the state board of agriculture, the state superintendent of public instruction.

TRUSTEES OF STATE HISTORICAL LIBRARY. Mary E. Bussey, Urbana........

......1911

Located at Springfield.
Charles Davison, Chicago.......
......1911 Edmund J. James..

..... Chicago William L. Abbott, Chicago.......... ......1911 George N. Black.........

.Springfield Alex. McLean, Macomb......... ......1913 Dr. M. H. Chamberlain....

....Lebanon Frederick L. Hatch, Spring Grove...

.1913 Librarian-Mrs. J. P. Weber.'
Carrie T. Alexander, Belleville...... ......1913
Laura B. Evans, Taylorville.......

.1909

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE 1907-1908. Lewis L. Lehman, Mattoon.......

..1909 President-George H. Madden, Mendota. Vacancy.

Vice-President at Large A. D. Barber, Hamilton. (Ex officio members as above.)

Secretary-E. E. McCoy (pro tem.), Springfield.
President of University--Dr. Edmund J. James. Treasurer-E. A. Hall, Springfield.
Secretary-W. L. Pillsbury.

Dist.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.
Business Manager-Prof. S. W. Shattuck, Cham 1. Martin Conrad......

....Chicago paign.

2. Charles E. Randall.....

.....Chicago Treasurer-H. A. Haugan.

3. Ira McCord..............

.... Chicago

Mr Lechughs: ...

..: Chicago

It state

4. James Brown...
.Chicago 21. Edward Grimes..

..Raymond 5. Robert O'Dwyer... ..Chicago 22. E. W. Burroughs..

.. Edwardsville 6. F. M. Blount..... .. Chicago 23. Will M. Lechrone.

....... Salem 7. J. J. McComb. ..Chicago 24. J. F. McCartney..........

.... Metropolis 8. Lewis Wilk. ..Chicago 25. H. G. Easterly...........

.... Carbondale 9. J. F. Rehm...

.Chicago 10. H. J. Cater.

berty ville

INSPECTORS OF GRAIN. 11. C. F. Dike....

.... Nunda 12. A. J. Lovejoy... ... Roscoe Winfield Scott Cowen.

..... Chicago 13. J. E. Taggart.......

....Ridott
Silas B. Hodges....

....Joliet 14. E. B. David......

..... Aledo
F. E. Lewis........

.... Savanna 15. George A. Anthony

.Kewanee
W. P. Dixon.....

..Kankakee 16. James K. Hopkins....

Princeton
J. M. Garland.

..Decatur 17. Lafayette Funk..........

....Shirley
J. S. McCloud.....

.... Sheldon 18. J. A. Cunningham.......

. Hoopeston
Charles Davis..

st St. Louis 19. Dr. J. T. Montgomery..

Charleston 20. A. 0. Auten.......

Jersey ville

STATE ENTOMOLOGIST. 21. Charles M. Woods.

Springfield
Prof. S. A. Forbes

.....Urbana 22. John S. Culp.....

..Bethalto 23. Thomas S. Marshall.

..... Salem

FISH COMMISSIONERS. 24. John M. Crebs.......

.... Carmi 25. Joab Goodall.....

....Marion

Headquarters at Havana.
Nathan H. Cohen, president....

... Urbana BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF LABOR. S. P. Bartlett, secretary ...

.... Quincy Salary $5 per day for thirty days.

Henry Kleine......

...... Chicago G. L. Pittenger.....

....Centralia J. D., Peters......

..Carbondale

LIVE-STOCK COMMISSIONERS. Frank B. Mott....

....Galesburg

Salary $5 a day and expenses. Edgar F. Wills...

.......Decatur

Office at Springfield. M. H. Madden.... .... Chicago Henry J. Beer....

... Blue Island Secretary-David Ross.....

.......Springfield
A. W. Sale....

...........Springfield Phil. s. Haner...

..Taylorville HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

Secretary-H. E. Wadsworth, Springfield.
Created by act of March 24, 1874.

State Veterinarian-James M. Wright, Chicago.
President-George J. Foster, Normal.
Vice-President-S, G. Soverhill, Tiskilwa.

STATE FOOD COMMISSIONER. Secretary-W. B. Lloyd, Kinmundy.

Office, Manhattan building. Chicago. Treasurer-J. W. Stanton, Richview.

A. H. Jones...

........ Robinson EXECUTIVE BOARD.

H. E. Scheknecht, assistant..................Chicago George J. Foster, Normal..... .....State C. J. Bryan, state analyst......

.. Chicago W. B. Lloyd, Kinmundy...

....State Lucy F. Doggett, assistant state analyst... Chicago H. T. Thompson, Marengo....

. Northern W. R. Soverhill, Tiskilwa.....

Northern H. Augustine, Normal..

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.

. Central G. J. Foster, Normal.............

..... Central | Elected Nov. 8, 1904. Term of office four years. V. Schermerhorn, Kinmundy....

Southern
C. B. Heaton, New Burnside.......... Southern 1. Vacancy.

2. Warren E. Colburn, R..

.Chicago STATE GAME COMMISSIONER.

3. Frank E. Christian, R.

.Chicago 4. Rudolph Mulac, R.....

.Chicago J. A. Wheeler..............................Springfield 5. John Sheridan, R..

.Chicago 6. John T. O'Connell, R..

. Chicago ILLINOIS FARMERS' INSTITUTE.

7. James J. McComb, R.

.Chicago Created by act of June 24, 1895. Term, two years. 8. Andrew J. Schultz, R..

. Chicago President-A. V. Schermerhorn, Kinmundy.

9. Charles MacMahon, R..

. Chicago Vice-President-Charles W. Farr, Chicago.

10. Robert M. Simon, R..

. Chicago Superintendent-Frank H. Hall, Aurora.

11. George W. Eldredge, R..

Richmond Secretary-H. A. McKeene, Springfield.

12. Edward H. Marsh, R...

.Rockford Treasurer-A. P. Grout, Winchester.

13. Edmund Jackson, R.....

..Fulton Auditor-Frank 1. Mann, Gilman.

14. John Y. Whiteman, R..

Biggsville 15. John S. Cruttenden, R.

...Quincy BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 16. Starr H. Beatty, R.....

.Dela van Ex Officio-Superintendent of public instruction, 17. Samuel M. Barnes, R...

.Fairbury dean of the college of agriculture, president of 18. Frank P. Martin, R...

.Watseka state board of agriculture, president state horti 19. Thomas N. Leavitt, R.

...... Maroa cultural society, president state dairymen's asso 20. L. D. Hirsheimer, D...

Pittsfield ciation.

21. James H. Paddock, R..

Springfield Elected by congressional districts:

22. Uten S. Nixon, R.......

......Alton 1. C. P. Reynolds..... ..Chicago 23. William W. Austin.....

.Effingham 2. W. M. Manley. ..Chicago 24. James B. Blackman, R..

Harrisburg 3. M. K. Sweet........ Glenwood 25. Carroll Moore, R......

......Benton 4. R. B. Pierce..

..Chicago 5. John M. Houseman

.Chicago 6. Charles W. Farr..

BOARD OF HEALTH.

Chicago 7. James Frake..

.. Chicago

Office at Springfield. 8. John M. Clark......

.Chicago G. W. Webster, M. D., president.... ..... Chicago 9. J. F. Rehm....

..Chicago James A. Egan, M. D., secretary........Springfield 10. R. W. Chittenden

..Gurnee J. C. Sullivan, M. D., treasurer..... ....... Cairo 11. J. P. Mason..... ..Elgin Henry Richings, M. D...

.... Rockford 12. B. F. Wyman..... .Sycamore i R. E. Niedringhaus......

Granite City 13. A. N. Abbott...... .. Morrison Walter R. Schussler, M. D....

......Orland 14. A. W. Miner....... .....Adair P. H. Wessel, M. D....

....... Moline 15. George W. Dean..

... Adams 16. Ralph Allen....

.... Delavan 17. S. B. Mason...

... Bloomington

FACTORY INSPECTORS. 18. F. I. Mann.

....... Gilman

office New Era building, Chicago. Salary. 19. J. B. Burrows..... ... Decatur | Edgar T. Davies, Chicago....

........$1,500 20. A. P. Grout...

...... Winchester | Rollin H. Woods, Rock Falls.................. 1,000

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DEPUTY INSPECTORS. Mrs. Jennie M. Canedy, Chicago.... John Fitzsimmons, Chicago...... M. S. Reiger, Chicago........ Jacob Swank, Forreston..... Adam Mensche, Kewanee.... Eugene Whiting. Canton..... J. M. Patterson, Chicago...... Jacob Goldman, Chicago...... Mrs. Evelyn Marion Atchley, Freeport.. Miss Helen M. Todd, Chicago... Jordan Chavis, Chicago........ Paul W. Meeker, East St. Louis J. M. Woolington, Monticello... J. E. Schlake, Chicago............ Barney Cohen, Chicago.... R. W. Hamilton, Moline. Clark Johnson, Chicago.......

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EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY.

Located at Chicago. Dr. W. T. Montgomery, president..... ......Chicago Dr. Harold Evenson.........

.....Ottawa Dr. A. E. Prince.......

.....Springfield Superintendent-C. T. Garrard.

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INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE-MINDED CHIL

DREN.

. Located at Lincoln. James W. Gibson, president.......... ..Newton Joseph De Silva...........................Rock Island Carl F. Bartling..

... Litchfield Superintendent-H. S. Hardt, M. D.

STATE MINING BOARD. Office at Springfield. Salary $5 per day and expenses while in service. Richard Newsam, M. E., president...... ...Peoria Lee Kincaid......

.......: Athens David Christie....

..Murphysboro Henry Terrill....

Colchester Martin H. Linskey, H. E...

... Streator Secretary-Martin Bolt.

CENTRAL HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

Located at Jacksonville. Henry Miner...............................Winchester George W. Ross............................. Carrollton John R. Davis.......

....Jacksonville Superintendent-H. B. Carriel, M. D. Secretary and Treasurer-Mrs. Anna C. Dickson.

INSPECTORS OF MINES. Dist.

Salary $1,800 per annum. 1. Hector McAllister.....

... Streator 2. Thomas Hudson.......

......Galva 3. James Taylor........

.....Peoria 4. Thomas Weeks.....

Bloomington 5. Thomas Moses......

..Westville 6. Thomas Hannah....

Springfield 7. W. Williams.....

...Marissa 8. Walter Rutledge...

......Alton 9. John Dunlop...

..Centralia 10. Thomas Little...

Carbondale

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NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

Located at Elgin. C. W. Marsh......

......DeKalb P. M. Woodworth...

...Chicago Robert Rew................

.. Rockford Superintendent--Dr. V. H. Podstata. Treasurer-Delmont E. Wood.

SOUTHERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

Located at Anna. H. H. Kohn...............

...... Anna Philip H. Eisenmayer............. ..Murphysboro W. H. Wood.......

........ Cairo Superintendent-W. L. Athon, M. D. i Secretary-C. E. Kirkpatrick.

Treasurer-John B. Jackson.

T. W. Pritchett, president......

Whitehall J. G. Reid, secretary...........

.... Chicago G. H. Damron...........

..... Arcola Charles R. Taylor......

... Streator Charles P. Pruyn....

..Chicago Office-1204, 67 Wabash avenue, Chicago.

J. G. Reritchett, Dalary $5 a a

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WESTERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. ·

Located at Watertown. William Trembor...........

....... Freeport Frank W. Gould......

..... Moline Allan M. Clement..

..Chicago Superintendent-W. E. Taylor. Secretary-A. S. S. Kohler. Treasurer-C. L. Lynde.

COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC CHARITIES.

Office at Springfield. No compensation. Dr. Frank Billings, president..... ....Chicago Emil J. Hirsch.....

.... Chicago Julia C. Lathrop.....

..Rockford John T. McAnally....

Carbondale Clara P. Bourland.

.....Peoria Executive Officer-w. C. Graves (salary $3,000). TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL FOR BLIND.

Located at Jacksonville. Charles A. Hammond.....

.... Stockton C. D. Babb..................

..... Homer George W. Moore....

..... Arnold Superintendent-George W. Jones.

GENERAL HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

Located at Peoria. U. J. Albertson..................... ... ...Pekin

K. M. Whitham..................................Aledo | Frederick H. Smith....

.......Peoria Superintendent Dr. George A. Zellar. Treasurer-W. T., Sloan.

INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR THE BLIND.

Located at Chicago. Joseph E. Otis, president....

Chicago Edward R. Litzinger.....

Chicago William C. Boyden......

....Chicago Charles W. Kiser......

... Chicago Edward J. Nolan....

Chicago Superintendent (acting)-B. S. Riedle.

ASYLUM FOR INSANE CRIMINALS.

Located at Chester. . Thomas J. Clark, president....... .....Quincy James E. McClure. .........................Carlinville Rufus Neely....

........ Marion Superintendent-Dr. C. H. Anderson. Treasurer-Louis H. Giester.

STATE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT. W. C. Zimmerman...

...... Chicago EXAMINERS OF ARCHITECTS. Office, 1112 Chamber of Commerce, Chicago. N. Clifford Ricker, president.................Urbana H. B. Wheelock......

...... Chicago Fridolin Oswald...........

.....Alhambra Peter B. Wight, secretary and treasurer.. Chicago Edgar A. Payne.............................. Varthage

Salary of secretary, $1,500 a year; of members, $10 a day for actual service. Fee charged for examination, $15: fee for issuing license, $25. Number of licensed architects in Illinois Dec. 1, 1906, 704. RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSION

ERS.
Office at Springfield. Salary $3,500 a year.
W. H. Boys...............

.... Streator Bernard A. Eckhart......

......Chicago James A. Willoughby..........

.....Belleville Secretary-William Kilpatrick.

• Duran 11. DO Y

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VOTING-MACHINE COMMISSIONERS. Term, four years. Compensation not to exceed $1,500 a year and expenses. Morris Emmerson..........

......Lincoln Amos Miller...

.......Hillsboro Secretary of state...

...Springfield

CANAL COMMISSIONERS.

Office at Lockport. Salary $5 a day. Charles H. Deere........

....... Moline C. E. Snively........ W. L. Sackett.......

....... Canton

....Morris

STATE REFORMATORY. Managers. Located at Pontiac. Rev. Samuel Fallows....

... Chicago Charles A. Purdunn.....

..Marshall Fred E. Sterling ........

Rockford G. DeF. Kinney.......

....Peoria J. Stanley Browne...

.... Rockford Superintendent-M. M. Mallary. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' HOME.

Located at Quincy. Caleb C. Johnson.......

...Sterling J. B. Messick..........................East St. Louis Asa C. Matthews......

..Pittsfield Superinendent-Capt. William Somerville. Treasurer-E. H. Osborn.

SOLDIERS' WIDOWS' HOME.

Located at Wilmington. Charles A. Ramsay..........

..Hillsboro Walter C. Newberry.....

..Chicago Mrs. Martha K. Baxter, secretary... ...Pawnee Mrs. Margaret I. Sandes.....

Chicago Mrs. Sarah M. Boyd....

... Chicago Superintendent-Mrs. Flo Jamison Miller. Treasurer-Archibald J. McIntyre.

SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME.

Located at Normal. Benson Wood......

.....Effingham A. S. Wright.....

......... Woodstock N. B. Thistlewood.....

......... Cairo Superintendent-R. N. McCauley. Treasurer-J. 0. Wilson. COMMISSIONERS OF STATE PENITENTIARY.

Prison located at Joliet. Salary $1,500 a year.' John Harrison....

...Danville James M. Phelps......

...... Freeport J. W. Dineen....

....Albany Warden-E. J. Murphy. COMMISSIONERS SOUTHERN PENITENTIARY.

Prison located at Chester. Salary $1,500 a year. Rufus Veely............

....Marion James E. McClure..

Carlinville Thomas J. Clark......

....Quincy Warden--James B. Smith.

These commissioners also have charge of the asylum for insane criminals at Chester.

BOARD OF PARDONS. ..

Office at Springfield. John J. Hanberg....

... Chicago Charles G. Eckhart.......

....Tuscola Ethan Allen Snively....

...Springfield Clerk-D. B. Breed. STATE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

Located at Geneva. Ernest P. Bicknell.....

... Chicago John A. Atwood........... Mrs. W. S. Hefferan......

... Chicago Mrs. F. J. Howe......

...Chicago Charles E. Smiley.............

.. West Chicago Superintendent-Ophelia L. Amigh. Treasurer-Charles F. Field. ST. CHARLES SCHOOL FOR BOYS.

Located at St. Charles. Richard S. Tuthill, president................ Chicago Willian J. Conzelman....

.....Pekin Henry Davis.....

Springfield Benjamin Carpenter....

...Chicago T. D. Hurley.....

...Chicago Stanley Field...........

... Chicago Mrs. Ella M. Rainey......

.Carrollton Superintendent-C. W. Hart. Treasurer-Helge A. Haugan.

EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION.

Created by act of May 25, 1907. Francis G. Blair.

......Springfield Edmund J. James.

..Champaign E. E. Hieronymus..

Eureka Alfred Bayliss.....

..Macomb E. G. Cooley.......

.... Chicago A. F. Nightingale....

.... Chicago Harry Taylor....

..Harrisburg

STATE CIVIL-SERVICE COMMISSION.

Office at Springfield. Created by act of May 11, 1905. Compensation of commissioners, $3,000 a year each. John A. Cousley.

........ Alton

... Chicago J. Stanley Browne......

... Rockford Secretary-J. C. Mason.

STATE VETERINARIAN. James M. Wright.....

...... Chicago BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNT

ANTS.
Office at University of Illinois, Urbana.
S. S. Gregory....................

......... Chicago C. W. Knisely........

. . . . . . . Chicago Ernest Reckett....

......Chicago Secretary-David Kinley. Urbana.

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. Created by act of May 18, 1905. Term, two years.

Office at Springfield. Edmund J. James...................... ....... Urbana J. R. Fulkerson....

.........................Jerseyville Lafayette Funk......

....... Shirley State Highway Engineer-A. N. Johnson.

BOARD OF ARBITRATION. Office at Springfield. Salary $1,500 per annum. C. B. Geiger, president.... ........... Ashley Vacancy. B. F. Shadley....

....Galesburg Secretary-C. J. Doyle.

STATE BOARDS EX OFFICIO.

BOARD OF PRISON INDUSTRIES.

Created by act of May 11, 1903. Commissioners of Illinois state penitentiary. Commissioners of southern Illinois penitentiary. Board of managers of Illinois state reformatory. H. Dollarhide, sales manager, Springfield.

COMMISSIONERS OF STATE CONTRACTS.

Created by act of March 31, 1874.
Secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, state
treasurer, attorney-general.
COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE LIBRARY.

Created by act of March 6, 1867.
Governor, secretary of state, superintendent of
public instruction.
TRUSTEES OF THE LINCOLN HOMESTEAD.

Created by act of June 16, 1887.
Governor, secretary of state, auditor of public ac-

counts, state treasurer, superintendent of public
instruction; Albert S. Edwards, custodian, Spring-
field.
TRUSTEES OF THE LINCOLN MONUMENT.

Created by act of May 18, 1895.
Governor, superintendent of public instruction,
state treasurer; E. S. Johnson, custodian, Spring-
field.
TRUSTEES OF THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM.

Created by act of May 25, 1877. Governor, secretary of state, superintendent

public instruction; A. R, Crook, curator and state geologist, Springfield.

FORT MASSAC TRUSTEES.

Created by act of May 15, 1903.
Governor, secretary of state, auditor of public ac-

counts, state regent Illinois Daughters of Amer-
ican Revolution, two Illinois Daughters of Amer-
ican Revolution.

STATE CANVASSING BOARD.

Created by act of April 3, 1872. Governor, secretary of state, auditor, state treas. urer, attorney-general.

STATE GEOLOGICAL COMMISSION.

Created by act of May 12, 1905.
Governor, president of the University of Illinois;

T. C. Chamberlain, Chicago; H. Foster Bain, di-
rector, Urbana.
COMMISSIONERS SUPREME COURT BUILDING.

Created by act of May 18, 1905.
Governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary of state,

auditor of public accounts, state treasurer, attor-
ney-general, three judges of Supreme court.

EQUALIZED ASSESSMENT OF ILLINOIS PROPERTY.

Tax
Personal Railroad
Real

Total

Net
YEAR.

rate

State estate.

amount property. property. valuation.*

per

debt. $100.

collected. 1840...

$58,752,168 $0.20 $105,411.61] $10,630,000 1850..

$86,532,237 $33,335,799

119,868,336

593.142.811 10.500.000 1860. 266,258, 155 88,854.115 $12,085,472 367,227, 742

2,091,326.89 11,804,000 1870. 347,876,690 113,545,227 19,242,141 480,664,058

2,911,895.86 4,890,937 1880. 573,404,141 165,816.994 47,365,259 786,616,394

2,840.807.16 1890. 587,015.386 149, 158.000 72,689.396 808.892,782

2,823,504.83 1900. 569,619,469 162,235,261 77,878,672 809,733,405

3,915,628.45 1901

689,210,143 223,736.3461 86,285,340 999, 231,829 .50 4.824,164,72 10X 2... 710,571,901 231,350,427 88,270,104 1,030.292,435

3,967,708.49 1903... 758,249,645 234,133,427 90.669,907 1,083,050,979

5.434,065.83 1904 763,260,719 226,356,632 90,854,611 1,082 744,083

5,757,093.28 1905... 771,040,262 213,970,049 93.634,247 1,095,681,557

4.811,210.91 1906..

783,081,075 228, 171.918 95, 131,416 1,126,663,157 .50 1907.

. 1 891,802,748| 246,819.6501 100,161.503 1.252.068,631 *Includes capital stock assessments. In 1907 the $391.904.086 on lands and $499,898,662 on town and capital stock of railroads was assessed at $2,539,940 | city lots. The assessment of railroad property and of other corporations $10.608,100. Not tabulated. | included $7.852,520 of electric railroads.

Note-The real-estate assessment of 1907 was

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CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS OF ILLINOIS.

Cost.

Average number of inmates and per capita cost of maintenance during third quarter of 1907. HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE.

No. Cost.

Feeble-Minded asylum, Lincoln.........1,184 37.06 Western hospital, Watertown...

$28.34 School for the deaf, Jacksonville.... ... 402 37.81 Central hospital, Jacksonville.. ....1,379 31.61 School for the blind, Jacksonville....... 184 39.09 Northern hospital, Elgin.......... ......1,227 34.64 Boys' school. St. Charles................

217

60.50 Southern hospital. Anna......... .......1,201 36.19 Orphans' home, Normal........... ... 240 62.07 Eastern hospital, Kankakee...... ........2.243 38.75

MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS.
Incurable insane, South Bartonville....1,762 39.30
Criminal asylum, Menard................ 205

Soldiers' home, Quincy...........
42.31

.........1,419 $31.76 Eye and Ear infirmary, Chicago.......

206

51.32 INSTITUTIONS WITH SCHOOLS.

Widows' home; Wilmington......

...... 76

58.62 Girls' school, Geneva.... ....... 319 $36.65' Industrial home for blind. Chicago..... 70 84.83

ILLINOIS RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.

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(From biennial reports of state. treasurers. ]
Receipts. Disbursements. Year.

Balance.
$62,226.00 $47,145.00 1880..... 2,468, 606.89
106,898.00 119,370.00 1890.... 4,445,467.99
305,284.00 374,401.00 1900..

2,617,955.88
957,394.67 709,371.74 | 1902..... 3,378,324.03
7,407.363.36 7,279,051.97 | 1904...... 3,447,233.76
10,749,084.54 13,201,279.14 | 1906......... 5,549, 226.65

*Not tabulated.

Receipts. Disbursements. 10.049,206.97 8,727,811.87 10,586,743.28 10,682,659.89 16,382,020.34 15,621,652.19 16,491,486.11 16,422,576.38 19,763,176.57 17,661,017.36

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