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REGISTRAR OF TITLES.

Courthouse, 1st floor, south end. Registrar-Abel Davis, R. Examiners-Charles G. Little, Charles T. Farson, Advisory Examiners-Francis B. Peabody and John

S. Miller. Duties-The Torrens system of conveying property,

which went into effect May 1, 1897, and which is intended to simplify the transfer of titles, requires the recorder to act as registrar. He is empowered to employ two or more competent attorneys to act as legal advisers and as examiners. CIVIL-SERVICE COMMISSION.

545 courthouse. Commissioners-Charles T. Mason, R., chairman;

Chris R. Hafner, R.; Charles Gastfield, D., sec

retary. Duties-The commissioners examine applicants for

positions in the county service. Before an examination is held fourteen days' notice is given by advertisement. The rules are practically the same as those governing other bodies of the kind.

JURY COMMISSION.

824 courthouse. Commissioners-James J. McLane, president; Wil.

liam A. Amberg, secretary; John J. Holland. Clerk--Roswell H. Mason. Duties-The commissioners are required to prepare

a list of electors qualified to act as jurors, to select names from such list and place them in a jury box and a grand jury box, and to draw therefrom the number of jurors needed at each term of court.

BOARD OF ASSESSORS.

Courthouse, 3d floor, north end. Members of the Board-Oscar Hebel, R.; William

H. Weber, R., secretary; Walter E. Schmidt,

R.; A. W. Miller, R., and Adam Wolf, R. Chief Clerk-William Kingsley. Duties-Fix the amount of assessment on all real

and personal property according to the rate required by law.

BOARD OF REVIEW.

Courthouse, 3d floor, north end. Members of the Board-Roy0. West, president;

Fred W. Upham, secretary; F. D. Meacham, R. Chief Clerk-Fred A. Vogler. Duties—The board of review takes the place of the

old town board in revising and correcting the findings of the assessors and in hearing and adjusting complaints of property owners. The decisions of the board of review are final. COUNTY INSTITUTIONS.

Dunning. Superintendent-Dr. 0. C. Wilhite, R. Duties-Has the general management of the insane asylum and the poorhouse.

COUNTY HOSPITAL.

Harrison and Honore streets. Warden- Charles G. Happel, R. Duties-Exercises general supervision over the county hospital.

COUNTY SURVEYOR.

426 courthouse, County Surveyor-H. L. Emerson, R. Duties-The surveyor is required to make all official surveys in the county. (Paid in fees.)

COUNTY ARCHITECT.

Dexter building, 84 Adams street. County Architect-Harris W. Huehl, R. Duties-The county architect makes designs for

new buildings, alterations in old ones, etc., as required by the county board. (Paid in fees.) SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.

546 courthouse. Superintendent-A. F. Nightingale, R. Duties-He is required to visit each school in his

district at least once a year, to see that the teachers are qualified for the performance of their duties and to do all in his power to in. crease the efficiency and elevate the standards of the schools.

COUNTY PHYSICIAN.

Office in detention hospital. County Physician-Dr. H..I. Davis. Duties-The county physician resides at the de.

tention hospital and gives medical attention to the patients in that institution. He also has a general oversight of the sanitary conditions in the county jail and gives medical and surgical attention to the prisoners confined there.

COUNTY AGENT'S OFFICE

168 South Clinton street. County Agent- John W. Belmont, R. Assistant Agent-Victor Young. Duties-The county agent grants relief to persons

who are actually in want, provided they have been residents of Cook county six months. He investigates applications for transportation and for admission to the county institutions.

CORONER'S OFFICE.

500 courthouse. Coroner-Peter M. Hoffman, R. Chief Physician-Dr. Warren H. Hunter. Deputies-A, F. Andrews, Michael G. Walsh, Matt Conrad, S. L. Davis, George Hitzman, C. F. Kennedy, William Ostrom, Mila Reynolds, George A. Webster. Physicians--Dr. Otto H. Lewke, Dr. H. G. W.

Reinhardt. Chief Clerk--G. A. Webster. Duties-The coroner is required to take charge of

bodies of all persons in the county supposed to have come to their deaths through other than natural causes, to summon a jury of six men and to inquire into the cause of death. If any person is implicated by the inquest as the slayer of the deceased, or as an accessory, the coroner shall cause his arrest if not already in custody.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE.

Courthouse, 4th floor, center, Sheriff-Christopher Strassheim, R. Assistant Sheriff - Henry Spears, R. Chief Deputy-Charles W. Peters. Jailer-George D. Langeloh, R. Duties-The sheriff serves and returns all writs,

warrants, processes, orders and decrees legally directed to him. He is the conservator of peace in his county and may arrest offenders on view. He is the keeper of the jail and has the cus tody of prisoners. It is also his duty to attend the courts of record of the county and obey their orders.

STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.

Criminal court building. 2d floor. State's Attorney-John J. Healy, R. Assistants-W. A. Rittenhouse, Charles F. McKinley, Ferdinand L. Barnett, Leon Zolokoff, James T. Barbour, George H. Gunther, Robert E. Turney, D. M. Brothers, Ed S. Day, William H. Fish, James P. Harrold, Ed M. Hogan, Robert H. McCormick, John E. Northup, Clifford G. Roe. D. J. Short, Roger Sherman, E. H. Taylor, George ('nderwood, Hobart P. Young, Oscar D Olson, W. H. Cornwell, George M. Popham,

John Fleming. Charles D. Barrett. Duties-The state's attorney begins and prosecutes

all actions, civil and criminal, in any court of record in the county, in which the people of the state or county may be interested, prosecutes forfeited bonds and actions for the recovery of debts due the state or county and acts as adviser to county officers. COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.

507 courthouse. County Attorney-Harry A. Lewis. Assistant County Attorneys-C. J. Jones, L. B.

Anderson, William F. Struckmann, Louis J.

Behan. Duties--The county attorney is the legal adviser

of the county board and has charge of all suits at law or in equity for or against the county.

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.

Courthouse, 6th floor. John F. Devine, R. Duties- The public administrator is appointed by

the governor to administer the estates of deceased persons who have no relatives or creditors within the state.

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COURTS IN COOK COUNTY. FIRST DISTRICT APPELLATE COURT. | Clerk-A. J. Harris, R.; office in Criminal court

building. Ashland block, 7th floor.

Jurisdiction-The Criminal court of Cook county Main Court Judges, Francis Adams, D.; Jesse Hol.

has original jurisdiction of all criminal offenses dom, R., Edward 0. Brown, D.

except such as is conferred upon justices of the Branch Court Judges-Frederick A. Smith, R.; peace, and appellate jurisdiction from justices of Henry V. Freeman, R.; Frank Baker, D.

the peace Clerk-A. R. Porter, R.; deputy clerk, John L. Terms of Court-Begin on the first Monday of erBingham, R.

ery month. Jurisdiction-The Appellate court has jurisdiction

PROBATE COURT. of all matters of appeal or writs of error from

Courthouse, 6th floor. the Superior, Circuit and County courts, and from city courts, except in criminal cases and those

Judge-Charles S. Cutting, R.; term expires in 1910, affecting a franchise or freehold or the validity Assistants-Neil J. Shannon, A. A, Rolf and N. H. of a statute. Decisions in cases involving less Welch, than $1,000 are final.

Clerk-Guy Guernsey, R. Terms of Court-First Tuesdays in March and

Public Administrator-John F. Devine, R.
October of each year.

Public Guardian-Mary M. Bartelme.
SUPERIOR COURT.

Jurisdiction-The Probate court has original juris.

diction in all matters of probate, the settlement Courthouse, 8th floor.

of estates of deceased persons, the appointment Judges-Theodore Brentano, R., term expires 1909; of guardians and conservators and settlement of

Arthur H. Chetlain, R., 1910; Henry V. Freeman, their accounts, and in all matters relating to apR., 1910; Marcus Kavanagh, R., 1910; Axel Chy. prentices, and in cases of sales of real estate of traus, R., 1910; Jesse Holdom, R., 1910; W. M.

deceased persons for the payment of debts. McEwen, R., 1911; Farlin Q. Ball, R., 1911; Al

Terms of Court-Begin on the first Monday of er. bert C. Barnes, R., 1910; George A. Dupuy, R.,

ery month. 1910; Ben M. Smith, R., 1911.

JUVENILE COURT. Clerk-Charles W. Vail, R.; Courthouse, 4th floor,

202 Ewing street. south end. Jurisdiction-The Superior court has concurrent ju- Judge. Richard S. Tuthill. risdiction with the Circuit court in all cases of

Jurisdiction-The Juvenile court hears and disposes law and equity and in appeals from inferior of cases brought before it under the act to regucourts.

late the treatment and control of dependent, neg. Terms of Court-Begin on the first Monday of ev.

lected and delinquent children. ery month.

· UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.
CIRCUIT COURT.

Federal building. 6th floor,
Courthouse, 7th floor.

Judges-Peter S. Grosscup. Francis E. Baker, Wil. (Terms of judges all expire in June, 1909.)

liam H. Seaman, Christian C. Kohlsaat. Judges-George A. Carpenter, R.; Thomas G. Clerk-Henry S. Stoddard. Windes, D.; Merritt W. Pinckney, R.; R. S. Salaries of judges, $7,000 each per year; of clerk, Tuthill, R.; Frank Baker, D.; Francis Adams, $3,000. D.; Richard W. Clifford. D.; John Gibbons, R.; Jurisdiction- The United States Circuit courts have C. M. Walker, D.; Lockwood Honore, D.; Julian jurisdiction of suits of a civil nature at common W. Mack, D.: E. 0. Brown, D.; George Kersten, law or in equity where the matter in dispute ex. D.; Frederick A. Smith, R.

ceeds in value $2,500, where an alien is a party Clerk-Joseph E. Bidwill, Jr.; chief deputy, Charles to litigation or the suit is between a citizen of H. Bradley, R.; fourth floor, north end.

the state where the suit is brought and a citizen Jurisdiction-Same as that of the Superior court.

of another state; of suits where the United Terms of Court-Begin on the third Monday of ev

States or officers thereof are plaintiffs, and of ery month.

cases involving patent. copyright, national bankCOUNTY COURT

ing and bankruptcy laws, etc. 603 courthouse.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. Judge-Lewis Rinaker, R., term expires in De

Federal building, 6th floor. cember, 1910.

Judges-Solomon H. Bethea, Kenesaw M. Landis, Clerk-Joseph F. Haas, R.; 600 courthouse.

Clerk-T. C. Mac Millan, Jurisdiction-The County court has concurrent jurisdiction with the Circuit courts in all cases of

Salary of judges, $6,000 a year; of clerk, $3.000. appeal from justices of the peace and police

Jurisdiction-United States District courts have magistrates and in all common-law matters

jurisdiction of crimes and offenses cognizable unwhere the value of property does not exceed

der the authority of the United States where $1,000; concurrent jurisdiction with courts of rec

the punishment is not capital; of suits relating ord in condemnation and special assessment pro

to debts by or to the United States; of admiralty ceedings; exclusive jurisdiction in voluntary as

and maritime cases, and of suits arising under signments, release of insolvent debtors, trials of

the postal laws, etc. the right of property, commitment of insane and

MASTERS IN CHANCERY. the support of paupers by their relatives; objections to the sale of real estate for nonpayment of

Circuit Court-William F. Cooper, M. H. Guerin, general or special taxes are heard in the County

Edward B. Esher, Albert W. Brickwood, Grancourt and all inheritance taxes are levied and

ville W. Browning, Stillman S. Davieson, Ros. collected under its direction; the official bonds

well B. Mason, M. J. Moran, John E. Owens, of most county and township officers and the

George Mills Rogers, Thomas Taylor, Jr.. Horatio yearly reports of clerks, justices of the peace

L. Wait, Sigmund Zeisler. Public guardian, Mary and state's attorneys and other officers of fees

M. Bartelme. collected are subject to the approval of that Superior Court-Hiram Barber, George F. Barrett, court; the County court in Cook county has entire John F. Holland, Wirt E. Humphrey, John E. management and control of all elections in Chi Hunt, Joseph Weissenbach, Charles B. Abbey, cago.

Lewis Rinaker, George T. Kelly, David F. MatchCRIMINAL COURT.

ett, James V. O'Donnell, Frank P. Schmitt, Criminal court building, Michigan street and Dear Alex. F. Stevenson. born avenue.

| United States Circuit Court-Henry W. Bishop. Judges-Judges of the Superior and Circuit courts Hervey W. Booth, James S. Hopkins, Elijah B.

alternate in presiding over the Criminal court. Sherman.

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SALARIES OF COOK COUNTY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYES (1907).

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SALARIES OF COOK COUNTY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYES (1907).

Monthly except where otherwise specified.
COUNTY BOARD.
4 clerks, each.............. $140.00

JURY COMMISSION
President, per year....... $7,000.00

3 clerks, each..... .. 137.50 3 commissioners, each... $125.00 14 commissioners, each.... 300.00

45 clerks, each....
120.CO Clerk .....

150.00 Attorney ......... 300.00 5 clerks, each.......

125.00 4 assistants, each...... 100.00 250.00

Draftsman ........... Auditor

125.09 2 assistants, each..

91.66 Secretary to president. 233.33

Stenographer .......

100.00 4 assistants, each........... 83.33 Committee clerk.......... 208.33

COUNTY CLERK.

DUNNING INSTITUTIONS. Clerk ................

150.00
County clerk, per year...$3,000.00

Superintendent, per year.$3,240.00
CLERK COUNTY BOARD.

Chief deputy......

300.00

Business manager....... 208.33 Deputy comptroller....... $300.00 Chief tax extension.... 237.50

Psychopathologist ..

200.00 Cashier ...... Chief clerk. 250.00 208.33 5 physicians, each.

150.00 Clerk

166.66
1 clerk ..........

166.66
Chief engineer.....

125.00 Cashier .......

150.00
7 clerks, each.

150.00
Record clerk......

100.00 2 clerks, each.....

150.00
3 clerks, each...

137.50
Storekeeper ......

91.66 clerks, each... 2

125.00
17 clerks, each...

125.00
Druggist ...........

75.00 2 clerks, each.....

110.00 SHERIFF.

Supt. of nurses....

83.33 3 clerks, each..

100.00

6 head nurses. each.... 50.00 Sheriff, per year..........$6,000.00 3 clerks, each.

83.33

190 attendants and nurses,
Assistant sheriff .....
300.00 Draftsman ....

137.50
each, $30 to...

50.00 Chief deputy......... 300.00 Stenographer ..

125.00

Other employes, such as cooks, Jailer ................ 200.003 draftsmen, each..... 100.00

bakers, laundry men, teamsters, 2 chief bailiffs, each...... 200.00

CORONER.

etc., get from $20 to $75 each. 28 deputies, each....

166.66
Coroner, per year.........$5,000.00

Internes are not paid, but get 2 bldg. custodians, each.. 150.00

Chief deputy...........

209.33

their board, lodging and laun2 engineers, each.......... 150.00

Physician deputy...........

208.33

dry service free.
13 clerks, each, $83.33 to 150.00
102 bailiffs, each.....

150.00
105.00
2 physician deputies, ea..

COUNTY AGENT.
11 deputies, each..........
Stenographer .....
100.00

125.00

County agent, per year...$2,000.00 Clerk ......................

100.00 48 jail guards, each...... 83.33

Assistant .....

166.66 | 4 clerks, each, $60 to..... Teacher ................. 83.33

83.33
Clerk branch office...

150.00 12 watch men, each.... 65.00

COUNTY RECORDER. Special investigator..... 125.00 10 elevator men, each.. 65.00 Recorder, per year........$5,000.00

Bookkeeper ..........

100.00 10 janitors, each... 60.09 Chief deputy...

208.33
Stenographer ....

70.00 22 janitresses, each........

45.00
Cashier ........

200.00

Clerks and visitors $3 per day. SUP'T PUBLIC SERVICE.

Clerk

150.00

COUNTY HOSPITAL. 2 clerks, each..

137.50 Superintendent, per year. $4,500.00 10 clerks, each..

Warden, per year..........$3.240.00

125.00 Chief clerk....

183.33
1 clerk..........

110.00
County physician...

166.66 Bookkeeper 166.66

150.00

Assistant warden. 11 clerks, each.

100.00 3 clerks, each...

125.00
7 clerks, each.

150.00 91.66

Resident pathologist.... Stenographer ..... 85.00

Chief engineer...

125.00 3 stenographers, each..... 100.00 Porter ...... 75.00

X-ray operator...

75.00 Head electrician.....

150.00
ABSTRACT DEPARTMENT.
Druggist .....

85.00 Supt. department...

Custodian ........

80.00 CIVIL-SERVICE COMMISSION.

Abstract maker.
83.33 Statistician .......

70.00 2 commissioners, each..... $166.66 2 clerks, each..

150.00 Attendants, each....

50.00 1 commissioner............ 125.005 clerks, each.....

125.00 Domestics, each, $18 to 35.00 Stenographer .............. 100.00 | 2 clerks, each.....

110.00 Laborers, each, $40 to..... 45.00 STATE'S ATTORNEY. 13 clerks, each.

100.00

Cooks get from $35 to $80 each; State's atty., per year.. $9.600.00

11 clerks, each.

91.66

housekeepers, $40; seamstresses 3 clerks, each.............. 4 assistants, each... 500.00

83.33 and laundresses, $40, and messen1 assistant...........

416.66
TORRENS DEPARTMENT.

gers, $45 to $50.
2 assistants, each....
333.33 Attorney ...........

$333.33

COUNTY COURT. 6 assistants, each... 291.60 | Assistant attorney......

150.00

Clerk County court........ $166.66 3 assistants, each... 250.00 4 clerks, each.........

150.00
Chief clerk.....

208.33 8 assistants, each. 200.00 5 clerks, each.............. 125.00

Assistant to judge..... 208.33 3 assistants, each... 150.00 2 stenographers, each..... 60.00

Cashier ..........

166.66 Clerk ......

125.00
BOARD OF REVIEW

2 clerks, each.....

150.00 Stenographer ........ 125.00

2 clerks, each..... 3 members, ea., per year. $7,000.00

125.00 2 clerks, each.............. 100.00

Clerk .............
300.00 Record writer....

150.00 COUNTY ATTORNEY.

Chief deputy clerk...,.... 208.35 Assistant record writer... 125.00 County atty., per year... $4,200.00 2 clerks, each..

166.66

Minute clerk............... 137.50 Assistant ................. 275.00 Clerk .......

125.00 | 2 minute clerks, each..... 117.50 2 assistants, each... 200.00 Mapman

100.00

SUPERIOR COUR 1 assistant.. 150.00 Stenographer .........

100.00

Clerk Superior court...... $416.66 Tax expert......

200.00
BOARD OF ASSESSORS. Chief clerk.......

208.33 Clerk .........

125.00
5 members, ea., per year. $5,000.00 Cashier ................

250.00 Stenographer ..... 83.33 Chief clerk.......... 300.00 Bookkeeper ......

200.00 ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. Deputy chief clerk........ 208.33 | 2 execution clerks, each.. 150.00 3 commissioners, ea., yr. $2,500.00

Assistant chief clerk.. 208.336 record writers, each.... 150.00 Chief clerk, per year..... 4,000.00

4 clerks, each..

166.66 5 clerks, each............ 125.00 COUNTY TREASURER.

Architect .................. 150.00 | 6 record writers, each..... 125.00
Superintendent draftsmen. 125.00 2 clerks, each..

110.00 Treasurer, per year....... $4.000.00

1 clerk...

115.00 8 minute clerks, each..... 110.00 Assistant ....

.......

300.00
Stenographer ...

110.00 Chief clerk..

7 clerks, each.

100.00 300.00 Attorney ....

166.66 8 clerks, each........... Auditor .....

83.33 250.00

Supt. map clerks...... 150.00 Clerk ............ 250.00

CRIMINAL COURT.

125.00 Bookkeeper .....

250.00
1 clerk...

150.00

Clerk Criminal court...... $416.66 Cashier ...

225.00
4 map clerks, each........ 100.00

Chief clerk..........

208.33 Assistant cashier. 175.00

Cashier ..

166.66 SUP'T OF SCHOOLS.

. 2 clerks, each......

..... 200.00

2 record writers, each.... 166.66 1 clerk................

208.33 County superintendent... .... 3 record writers, each..... 150.00 3 bookkeepers, each..... 150.00 2 assistants, each........

150.00 15 clerks, each..... 150.00 I Clerk

85.00 ( 3 clerks, each.......... 137.50

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1 clerk.......

lens '$208.35

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1 record writer..
3 clerks, each......
7 minute clerks, each..
7 clerks, each..
Stenographer ..
1 clerk...
6 clerks, each.....

CIRCUIT. COURT.
Clerk Circuit court.....
Chief clerk.........
Bookkeeper ..........
Cashier ........
2 execution clerks, each..
7 record writers, each....
2 clerks, each..............
4 clerks, each.........,

$125.00 5 record writers, each.... $125.00 2 minute clerks, each...... $110 00 125.00 10 minute clerks, each.... 110.00 11 clerk..........

110.00 110.00 12 clerks, each............ 100.00 | 12 clerks, each.....

100.00 100.00 Stenographer .............. 75.00 5 clerks, each...

91.65 85.00

3 clerks, each......

83.33 91.66 PROBATE COURT. Stenographer ........

100.00 83.33 Clerk Probate court...... $416.66

JUVENILE COURT,
Assistant to judge....... 250.00
2 assistants, each....

208.33

Chief probation officer..... $166.66 $416.66 1 Chief clerk.......

208.33
22 assistants, each.....

75.00
208.33
I Clerk

8 assistants, each.......
......
200.00

65.90
....
200.00 Minute clerk ....
166.66 Stenographer ...............

75.00 150.00 5 record writers, each..... 150.00

JUDGES. Per year. 150.00 Cashier .......

150.00 14 Circuit judges, each...$6,500.00 150.001 clerk..........

150.00 12 Superior judges, each.. 6,500.00 150.00 | 12 clerks, each...

125.00 County court judge.......10,000.00 125.00 2 record writers, each.... 125.00 J Probate court judge.......10.000.00

COOK COUNTY CHARITY SERVICE (1906.)

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DEPARTMENT OF POOR RE INFIRMARY (POORHOUSE). | cents; per year for inmates and LIEF.

Daily average population... 1,170 employes, $124.42. Families given relief.... 6,261 Aggregate for the year.....427,050 COOK COUNTY AND DETENPersons in families...... 23,583 Deaths ...................... 349

TION HOSPITALS. Visits made.............. 7,283

HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTIVES. Cases sent to hospital... 3,096

COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL. Daily average population...

12,989 Cases given medical aid.

209 Patients admitted...........

Patients treated.. Sent to state institutions

1,010

.... 26,264 Patients left.........

409

Patients discharged..... 23,283 Dependent children com

Died ....... mitted ........

Patients died..... 623

2,027 562 On hand Dec. 1, 1906....

954 Insane cases disposed of.

DEATHS AND DISPOSAL OF BODIES. 1,607

Daily average in hospital.. 978 Rations issued........... 22.849 Total deaths...

1,179

Operations performed....... 3,131 Lbs. provis'ns distributed 1,759,923 Given to friends.......

748 Tons coal distributed.... 8,507 Given to colleges.....

393

DETENTION HOSPITAL. Shoes given children, prs. 5,434 Buried in county cemetery.. 38 Patients admitted......

1.693 Cost of provisions........$58,806.17

COST OF MAINTENANCE.

Distributed .................. 1,640 Cost of coal...............$25,019.44 The total cost of supplies for

.. 29 Cost of shoes............. $6,125.77 the Dunning institutions in 1906

Daily average in hospital.. 24 DUNNING INSTITUTIONS. was $250,804.20 and the total of COUNTY HOSPITAL FINANCES. HOSPITAL FOR INSANE.

the empolyes' salaries was $177. - Cost of supplies, etc.... $210,060.16 Daily average population... 1,750 852.26, making the cost of main Salaries ................. 157, 425.09 Aggregate for the year.....639,031 tenance $428,656.46. Average per Patients died................ 273 day for inmates and employes, 34T l cost of maintenance 367.485.25.

Died

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Daily average popuyear.....639,031 | tenance inmates and employes,

DIRECTORY OF COUNTY DEPARTMENTS AND COURTS.

IN COURTHOUSE.

CRIMINAL COURT BUILDING. Board of Assessors-Third floor, north end.

Criminal Court Clerk-First floor. Board of Review-Third floor, south end.

Criminal Courts-Third, fourth and fifth floors. County Commissioners-Room 531.

Sheriff (Bailiffs) in Charge of Criminal Court-First Committee Clerk-Room 527.

floor.
County Treasurer-First and second floors, north Grand Jury Assembly Room-Second floor.
end.

State's Attorney-Second floor.
County Clerk-Second floor, south end.
County Court-Room 603.

LOCATION OF COUNTY BUILDINGS.
County Court Clerk-Room 600.

Courthouse-Clark street, between Washington and County Comptroller-Room 511.

Randolph; south side. County Attorney-Room 507.

County Jail-Dearborn avenue and Illinois street; County Superintendent of Schools-Room 546.

north side. County Surveyor-Room 426.

Criminal Court building-Michigan street and Dear. Custodian-Room 226.

born avenue; north side. CoronerRoom 500.

Children's Hospital-Wood street, near Polk; west Civil-Service Commissioners-Room 545.

side. Circuit Court-Seventh floor.

County Hospital-Harrison and Honore streets: Circuit Court Clerk-Fourth floor, north end.

west side. Jury Commissioners-Room 824.

County Morgue-Wood and Polk streets; west side. President County Board-Room 523.

Detention Hospital-Wood and Polk-sts.; west side. Probate Court-Sixth floor.

County Agent-168 South Clinton street; west side. Probate Court Clerk-Sixth floor.

County Insane Asylum, Poorhouse, Etc.-At Dun. Sheriff-Fourth floor, center.

ning; west side; reached by Milwaukee a vende Superior Court-Eighth floor.'

cars and the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Superior Court Clerk-Fourth floor, south end.

railway. Superintendent of Public Service-Room 519. | Juvenile Court—202 Ewing street; west side.

· BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF COOK COUNTY.

Serial bonds maturing during the years 1908 to 1925.
Amount. Due each yr. Expire.

Amount. Due each yr. Expire.
..... $337.500 $67,500 1912 Series H 4%............ $450,000 $25,000
450,000 37.500 1919 Series I 4%...... .....4,500,000 250,000

1925 747,500 57,500 1920 Funding 4%..............

............ 50,000 50,000 1908 400,000

25,000 1923
.1,000,000 62,000 1923 Total ..................7,935,000

Series C4%.
Series D 4%.
Series E4%..
Series F 314%....
Series G 4%.......

1925

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COOK COUNTY FINANCES (1906).
Summary of comptroller's report.

RECEIPTS.
GENERAL FUND.

Total Due as per
Estimated Actual receipts, earnings semiannuals,

receipts. general fund. fee offices. Nov.30,1906. General taxes to bond and interest fund...

$3,940,757.50 S $930,962.50 2 General taxes...

2,314,371.02 S County treasurer.......

525,000.00 595,687.652 $595,687.65 County collector...........

70,000.00

70,000.00 S Recorder of deeds.

205,000.00 212,818.51 218,971.03 $6,152.52 County clerk and clerk of Cou

300,000.00 313,955.26 359,439.46 45,484.20 Clerk of Probate court......

145,000.00 194,113.16 205,550.57 11, 437.41 Clerk of Circuit court..

115,000.00 111,471.50 115,900.85 4,429.35 Clerk of Superior court.

95,000.00 82,395.41 107,484.22 25,088.81 Clerk of Superior court (prior)

269.00 Clerk of Criminal court.

2,000.00
4,580.82

4,804.28 * 223.46 State's attorney.......

40,000.00 27,725.69 27,725.69 Sheriff .......

45,000.00

49, 730.57 53,836.50 4,105.93 Coroner ........

1,000.00
2,447.50

2,750.15 309.65 Balance general fund, 1905....

73,772.52 73,772.52 Due from fee offices, 1905....

72,872.35

72,872.35 County clerk retained for salaries..

36,002.36
36,002.36

....... Estimated taxes prior years..

10,500.00

9.023.93 Sale clinics......................

$1,840.00 Sale of rags and old iron....

.... 1,449.91 From all other sources.

....19, 134.56

10,000.00 24,205.01 Balance special funds......

1.780.64 )

1,780.64 S Sale series I bonds.......

4,750,000.00 2,375,000.00 Balance series I bonds......

72,444.50

72,444.50 Premium series I bonds.....

300,000.00

198,191.31 Balance bonds unpaid, 1905....

19,400.00

19,400.00 Balance interest unpaid, 1905.

25,498.13

25,498.13 State's attorney held, 1905...

47,000.00 Held by treasurer for county clerk

39.945.13 Total estimated..........

10,942,973.13 Recorder's special fund*.

1,123.10

1,123.10 Bank loan*.......

2,210,872.90 1,460,872.90 Tavern license, * 1905...

405.00

405.00 Tavern license, * 1906......

5,975.01

5,975.01 Total from all sources....

13,161,349.14 9,285,314.71 Total transferred to trust fund.

610,580.24 3,628,999.55 Totals.

7,055,540.90 5 ,656,315.16 1,692,157.40 97,231.33 *Items not treated in appropriation bill.

TRUST FUNDS.
Estimated Act'l rec'ts,

Estimated Act'l rec'ts, receipts. gen'l fund.

receipts. gen'l fund. Bond and interest fund...... $975,860.63 $975,860.63 Recorder's abstracts guaranty New courthouse bldg. fund..5,122,444.50 2,645, 635.81 fund ....................... .

423.10 423.10 Balance license 1905 fund.... 405.00

405.00 License 1906 fund............. 5,975.01 *5,975.01 Total transfers..............6,105,808.24 3,628,999.55 Recorder's indemnity fund... 700.00

709.00

Total ......................6,105,808.24 3,628.999.55 *Ten per cent balance due general fund.

EXPENDITURES.
GENERAL FUND.

Appropriat'n, Contingent Vouchered Liabilities,

1906. expenditures, expenditures. 1906. Salary fund......

$2,234,466.22 $2,208,986.28 $2,208,986.28 Supply fund............

691,800.00 *704,201.60 642,986.58 $61,215.02 Miscellaneous

229,800.00 229, 248.59 190,234.43 39,014.16 Rewriting abstracts.

111,727.36 114,290.22 114,290.22 Jurors .....

230,000.00 232,180.95 232,180.95 Judges ....

189,000.00 185,368.72 185,368.72 Outstanding liabilities

198,369.15 190,692.08 190,692.08 Building

80,000.00 88,143.72 67,597.70 20,546.02 Contingent .....

53,876.10

43,509.39 42,265.55 1,243.84 Election .....

170,000.00 168,981.30 168.981.30 Interest on loans.....

35,000.00 34,228.28 34,228.28 Tax error and rebates....

617,635.17 Principal and interest..

975,860.63 975,860.63 940,967.00 34,893.63 New courthouse building......

5,122,444.50 5.064,969.13 1,770.025.04 3, 294,944.09 Total appropriation.......

10,942,973.13. ........... Claims*

108,195.57 ........... 108,195.57 Treasurer's commissions*.

4,021.60

4,021.60 Bank loan*....

2,210,872.90 2,210,872.90 1,360,000.00 850.872.90 Tavern license,* 1905....

405.00
405.00

405.00 Recorder's special fund*

1,123.10
1,063.10

60.00 1,063.10 Tavern license, * 1906.........

5,975.01
5,975.01
5,242.50

732.51 Total expenditures......

13,161,349.14 12,571, 254.07 8 ,158,533.23 4.412,680.84 Total transferred to trust fund......

6,105.808.24 6,048,332.87 2,716,699.54 3,331,633.33 Total expenditures general fund......

7,055,540.90 Total contingent expended......

6,522,921.20 Total actual expenditures general fund...

5,441,833.69 Total liabilities........

1,081, 087.51

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