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Appropriat'n, Contingent Vouchered Liabilities,

1906. expenditures, expenditures, 1906. Due on 1906 elections.......

227,983.62

227,983.62 Total receipts...............

$5,656,315.16 Total vouchered.........

... 5,441,833.69 Cash balance.............................

$214,481.47 Fee office balanee..........

97,231.33 Total bal, available for 1907 ap'priatn 311, 712.81 Totals ...........

7,055,540.90 · 6,750,904.82 5,441,833.69 1,309,071.13 *Items not treated in appropriation bill.

TRUST FUNDS. Bond and interest fund.....

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

5,122,444.50 5 ,064,969.13 1,770,025.04 3,294,944.09 License due towns fund....

6,380.01 6,380.01

5,647.50

*732.51 Recorder's special fund......

1,123.10
1,063.10

60.00

1,063.10 Total transfers.......

6,105,808.24 Total contingent expended....

6,048,332.87 Total expenditures trust fund..

2,716,699.54 Total balance due......

3,331,633.33 Total receipts........

$3,628,999.55 Total expenditures.

.. 2,716,699.54 Cash balance trust funds. ............... 912,300.01

Totals ................................ ............... 6,105,808.24 6,750,904.82 2,716,699.54 3,331,633.33 $597.51 due general fund.

COOK COUNTY APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1907.
Principal and interest
County clerk, supple-

| Juvenile court proba.
fund .................. $944,
... $942,981.13 mental ................

$50,000.00 tion officers............ $500.00 Tax error and rebate

County court clerk..... 32,106.20 fund ....................

451,815.00 | Circuit court clerk...... 85,500.00 Total supplies....... 676,150.09 New courthouse.........3, 294,944 09 Superior court clerk.... 67,100.00 Total appropriat'ns.9,607,038.02 Outstanding liabilities.. 263,774.51 | Probate court clerk..... 82,580.00 Miscellaneous fund..... 399, 775.00 Criminal court clerk... 58,310.00

ESTIMATED RESOURCES. Juror fund..... 230,000.00 Sheriff ..................

369,240.00

TAXES. Election purposes.......

240,000.00 County treasurer........ 324,892.09 Judges' fund...... 189,000.00 | Juvenile

From general taxes for

court probaBuilding fund (repairs) 207,180.93 tion officers...........

1907 ...................$4,098,987.50

28,940.00 Interest on loan fund.. 35,000.00

FEES. Contingent fund......... 100,000.00 Total salaries.......2,576,417.36

County treasurer........ 700.000.00 Total ................6,354, 470.66

SUPPLIES.
Recorder ......

255,000.00 Jury commissioners..... $700.00 County clerk...

360,000.00 SALARIES. Civil service.............

500.00

Clerk Probate court.... 155,000.00 Jury commissioners..... $17,300.00 | Torrens department..... 12,500.00

Clerk Circuit court..... 120,000.00 Civil service............

6,700.00 County supt. of schools 4,100.00 Clerk Superior court... 110,000.00 Election commissioners. 11,500.00 State's attorney

10.000.00
State's attorney .........

20,000.00 Recorder ................ 144,360.00 County attorney.....

2,000.00 Sheriff .....

71,000 00 Abstract department... 47,440.00 County hospital

175,000.00 Clerk Criminal court... 10,000.00 Torrens department.... 21,940.00 Dunning .........

250,000.00 Coroner

3,000.00 County supt. schools... 6,020.00 County agent......

107.000.00 State's attorney......... 91,650.00 County board.....

700.00 Total fees...........1,804,000.00 County attorney...... 19,000.00 Supt. of public service. 2,500.00 County hospital.... 213,864.88 Comptroller .....

5,000.00

SUNDRY RESOURCES. Dunning .........

186,585.00 Bd. of rev., sup'mental 5,000.00 Cook and Linn claims.. $42,000.00 County agent.......

31,221.00 | Board of assessors...... 10,500.00 Balance general fund.. 214,481.47 County board........... 75.900.00 | Coroner ................

2,000.00 Bal. bond redemp. fund 9,200.00 Supt. public service... 18,855.00 County court clerk..... 15,000.00 Bal. int. redemp. fund. 25,693.63 Superintendent public

Circuit court clerk... 6,700.00 Balance fee offices...... 97,231.33 service, mechanics.... 11,623.48 Superior court clerk.... 4,700.00 Taxes prior years....... 10,500.00 Comptroller ............ 19,500.00 Probate court clerk..... 4,500.00 Clinic tickets, licenses. 10,000.00 Board of review....... 71, 620.00 | Criminal court clerk... 1,500 00 Special bldg. bonds...3, 294.944.09 Bd. of rev., sup'mental 17,780.00 Sheriff ...

17,500.00 Board of assessors...... 232,020.00 Sheriff, county building 5.000.00 Tot. sundry res'ces.3,704,050.52 Coroner ................. 34,820.00 Sheriff, crim. ct. bldg. 35,000.00 County clerk....... 198,050.00 County treasurer........

Total est. resources.9, 607,038.02 COOK COUNTY ASSESSMENT IN 1907.

Board of review figures. Assessed valuation as given is one-fifth of actual value.
Real Personal
Real Personal

Real Personal Towns. estate. property. Towns. estate. property.

estate. property. Barrington .. $354,048 $106,446 Lyons ....... $1,585,646 $114,796 Stickney

$574,899 $8,777 Berwyn ..

646,841 45,559 Maine .... 699,179 104,012 Thornton .... 1,697,116 217,232 Bloom .......

1.008, 839 294,298 New Trier... 1,992,305 219 190 Wheeling ... 386,356 105,058 Bremen .. 351,560 42,830 Niles ..... 386,621 45,039 Worth ...

958,227 70,333 Calumet .....

2,996,268 276,275 Northfield ... 300,328 51,173 S. Chicago...127,917,485 56,365,742 Cicero ....... 1,083,782 279,414 Norw'd Park 251,803 15,863 Chicago., 24, 261,762 8,940,983 Elk Grove... 228, 266 66,265 Oak Park.... 2,753,726 459,617 | W. Chicago.. 84,579,196 15,431,714 Evanston .... 1,471, 434 123,922 Orland

237,145 18,815 Hanover .... 301,783 68,434 Palatine .. 366,599 69,220 Totals .....372,328,400 102,687,287 Hyde Park... 45,786,606 7,940,419 Palos ..... 204,446 11,800

372,328,400 Jefferson .... 9,227,348 430,709 Proviso .... .. 1,981,919 276,012 Lake View... 25,732,262 3,435,044 Rich

286,179 81,229 Total real and perLake ......... 25,668, 226 5,477,533

4,403,456 1,232,460 sonal ............... 475,015,687 Lemont ..... 251,144 28,493 Riverside .... 713,431 112,121 Total actual value...2,375,078,435 Leyden ...... 444,461 46,440 | Schaumberg.. 237,709 74,010 |

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The 7th district is composed of the towns of Thornton, Bloom, Rich, Bremen, Orland, Lemont, Palos, Worth, Lyons, Stickney, Proviso, Leyden, Elk Grove, Schaumberg, Hanover, Barrington, Palatine, Wheeling, Northfield; that part of the town of New Trier lying outside of the city of Evanston, that part of the town of Niles lying outside of the city of Chicago and outside of the city of Evanston, and those parts of the towns of Norwood Park and Maine lying outside the city of Chicago.

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Lying wholly or partly within the
City of Chicago and Town of Cicero
as Apportioned by the 42d General
Assembly. In force July 1, 1901.

[lssued by Board of Election Commissioners of the City of Chicago, April, 1902.1

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The 13th district also includes
that part of the town of Calu- coy
met lying outside of the city
of Chicago.

CHICAGO AT A GLANCE.

Fort Dearborn established...

1803 Fort Dearborn massacre......

15, 1812 Chicago surveyed and platted.

........... 1830 Cook county organized...........

1831 Town of Chicago incorporated. ..August, 1833 City of Chicago incorporated..... ... March 4, 1837 First election held.....

March 31, 1837 First railroad opened..

1848 Cholera epidemic........

........... 1854 Serious money panic.....

1857 Great fire (loss $200,000,000).... Oct. 8-9, 187: Second financial panic......

...... 1873 City incorporated under general law, April 23, 1875 Savings bank crash.....

· 1877 World's Fair held......

....... 1893 Centennial celebrated................ Sept. 26-30, 1903 Iroquois theater fire, .......... ......Dec. 30, 1903

Population in 1907 (estimated)-2,107,620.
Appropriations, all purposes (1907)-$49,671, 206.29
Area in square miles-190.64.
Assessed valuation (1907)-$444,863,904.
Asylums-81.
Banks, national and state-68.
Boulevards, mileage of-48.
Building permits issued (1906)—22,437.
Buildings erected (1906), value of-$64,822,030.
Cemeteries, number of-50.
Churches, chapels and missions-1.077.
Clearings by associated banks (1906)-$11,047,311,-

894.50.
Dispensaries-33.
Duties collected on imported merchandise (1906)

$10,005,986.87.
Elevation-Above sea level, 582 feet; above Lake

Michigan, 25 feet.
Employes on city pay rolls-21,617.
Firemen, number of, including officers-1,600.
Fire alarm boxes-1,822.
Fireboats-5.
Fire engines, number-114.
Fire hydrants, number-22,247.
Fire hook and ladder companies—32.
Halls, public-450.
Hospitals-73.
Imports of merchandise (1906)-$24,141,004.

Internal revenue collected in Chicago district (1906)

-$7,455,774.28.
Latitude-N. 41 deg. 53 min. 6 sec.
Lawyers, number of (1907)—5,117.
Length of city, north to south, miles—26.

Libraries-21.
| Lights, electric, in service-7,438.

Lights, gas, in service--23,594.
Lights, gasoline, in service-5.832.
Longitude-87 deg. 38 min. 1 sec. west.
Mail, pieces of, delivered, fiscal year 1907-

628,288,615.
Manufactures in 1905, value of product-$955,036,277.
Medical schools-34.
Newspapers and periodicals—744.
Parks, area of in acres-3,191.
Passenger trains arriving and departing in one

day-1,584.
Passengers carried on street railways in one day

(average)-1,354,450. Policemen, number of, including officers-4,345. . Postal receipts, year ended June 30, 1907-$13,937,

054.23. Pupils enrolled in public schools September, 1907–

273,050.
Railroads (divisions not included) 'entering Chicago

-26.
Saloons, retail, number of (Nov. 30, 1907)—7,209.
School employes (1907)-7,136.
Schools, public, number of (not including branches)

- 299.
Sewers, 'mileage of-1,673.
Sidewalks, mileage of 5,000.
Street, longest (Western avenue), miles-22.
Street-railway mileage-1,350.
Streets and alleys, improved, miles—1,545.
Streets and alleys, unimproved, miles--2,682.
Streets and alleys, total mileage-4,227.
Teachers in public schools, number of-5,981.
Theaters-42.
Tonnage of vessels cleared in 1906-7.665.709.
Value (actual) of real estate and personal prop-

erty, 1905–$2,069,979,090.
Water used in a year (1906), gallons-160,184,636,656.
Width of city, east to west, miles-9.

Street-ralongest eage of 673.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS IN CHICAGO.

University and college. Beloit-Fresident, John V. Norcross; secretary, B. 1 Ohio Wesleyan-President, Doremus A, Hayes; secZ. Terry.

retary-treasurer, Miss Jennie M. Walker, 57 Brown-President, A. H. Nelson; secretary, Frank Washington street. L. Morse, 6432 Monroe avenue.

Princeton-President, William B. Mcllvaine; secCornell-President, Bion J. Arnold; secretary, A. retary, Ralph H. Poole, 414, 169 Jackson-bd. H. Barber, 229 South Water street.

Purdue-President, Van Wagener Alling; secretary, Dartmouth-President, Charles W. French; secre. H. Prime Keefer, 810, 188 Madison street. tary. H. A. Haugan, Jr.

St. Ignatius-President, Bernard McDevitt, Jr.; Harvard Club of Chicago-President, G. A. Car

secretary, John T. Lillis, 467 South Robey street. penter; secretary, C. H. Schweppe.

St. Vincent-President, Joseph L. McCartby; sec

retary, Leslie A. Webster, 1505 Wellington-av. Indiana-President, George M. Cook; secretary,

Swarth more-President, Prof. T. A. Jenkins; secDr. F. C. Test, 1401 Indiana avenue.

retary, Francis E. Broomell, 601 Reaper block. Iowa State College-President, Rodney B. Swift;

University of Chicago Alumni Club-President, secretary, A. R. Boudinot, 1136 Perry street.

Charles F. Royby; secretary, Charles R. Barrett, Johns Hopkins-President, James Taft Hatfield:

5540 Cornell avenue. secretary, Lessing Rosenthal, Fort Dearborn bldg. University of Chicago Alumni Association-PresiLake Forest-President, Clifford A. Williams, 23 dent, Burt Brown Walker; secretary, George 0. Randolpb street; secretary, R. H. Crozier.

Fairweather, University of Chicago. Massachusetts Agricultural-President, Asa

University of Illinois-President, A. 0. Coddington; Shiverick; secretary, Arthur B. Smith, 3325

secretary, D. R. Enochs, 100 Washington street. avenue.

University of Michigan-President. John D. HebMassachusetts Institute of Technology-President,

bard; secretary, Philip G. Bartelme. J. T. Cheney; secretary, A. W. Woodman.

University of Wisconsin-President, Edward S. Miami-President, J. A. Hair; secretary, A. G. Main; secretary, John G. Wray, 203 Washington Work.

street. Nebraska-President. Bion J. Arnold, 1539, 204 Dear: Vassar-President. Miss Isabel F. Adams; secreborn street; secretary, James Sayers.

tary, Miss Grace McCarthy. 4558 Lake avenue. Northwestern-President, Frank E. Lord; secre Wabash-President, Henry A. Ritter; secretary,

tary. J. F. Oates, 626 Hamlin street, Evanston. Charles H. Leech. Oberlin-President, Amos C. Miller; secretary, F. | Williams-President, Dr. Harry Pratt Judson; sec. C. Kettler, 50 Wabansia avenue.

retary, R: B. Rutter. Ohio State-President, C. W. Shepherd; secretary, Yale Club of Chicago-President, Judge Henry V. Miss Minnie Porter.

Freeman; secretary, George B. Carpenter.

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