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Heads of departments, assistants, chief clerks and other employes. Their offices anless otherwise specified are open from 3 a. m. to 5 p. m. MAYOR'S OFFICE.

STANDING COUNCIL COMMITTEES (1907-1908). Room 204 city hall. Hours 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Finance-Bennett, Maypole, Williston, Finn, ForeMayor-Fred A. Busse, R.

man, Zimmer, Beilfuss, Reinberg, Bihl, O'ConPrivate Secretary-Bernard J. Mullaney, D.

nell, Moynihan, Kohout, Scully. Duties-The mayor presides over meetings of the Local Transportation-Foreman, Maypole, Bennett,

city council, approves or vetoes the acts of that Zimmer, Young, Dever, Stewart, Finn, Dunn, body, appoints all nonelective city officials, sees Bradley, Bihl, Considine, Dougherty. that all the laws and ordinances are faithfully

Judiciary-Dever, Pringle, Kohout, Dixon, Richert, executed, issues and revokes licenses and exer

Harding, Reinberg, Foell. Powers, Lipps, Concises a general supervision over all the various

nery, Siewert, Uhlir. subordinate departments of the city government,

License-Dunn, Considine, Pringle, O'Connell, RobBOARD OF ALDERMEN (1907-1908).

erts, Hoffman, Stewart, Nolan, McCoid, Fisher,

Kruger, Siewert, Race. Total membership. 70; republicans, 34; democrats, 36. Schools-Zimmer. Dunn. Bowler. Race, Cullerton, 1. John J. Coughlin, D........... 125 LaSalle street Snow, Connery, Lipps, Blase, Sitts, Hurt, Hahne,

Michael Kenna, D... ........279 Clark street McInerney.
Thomas J. Dixon, R...............299 5th avenue Gas, Oil and Electric Light-Young, Maypole, Wil-
Geo. F. Harding, Jr., R.. 155 Washington street liston, Bradley, Badenoch, Reinberg, Sitts,
William J. Pringle, R....624, 184 La Salle street Dougherty, Snow, Scully, Stewart, O Connell,
Milton J. Foreman, R.. 1203, 100 Washington-st. Foell.
John A. Richert, D....2603 South Halsted street

Streets and Alleys, North Division-Jacobs, Foell, John W. McNeal, D..........2807 Archer avenue

Dougherty, Krumholz, Williston, Reinberg. 5. James J. McCormick, D...3462 S. Halsted street

Streets and Alleys, South Division-Dixon, Cough. Alex. J. Burke, R.....3529 S. Marshfield avenue

lin, Pringle, Richert, McCormick, McCoid, Snow, 6. Arthur B. McCoid, R.....412, 122 Monroe street

Derpa, Golombiewski, Badenoch, Bradley, Rob. Linn H. Young. R............4501 Prairie avenue

erts, Hunt. Bernard W. Snow, R.. 1116 Cham. of Com. bldg.

Streets and Alleys, West Division-Finn, Fick, Frank I. Bennett, R...818 Cham. of Com. bldg.

Hurt, Hoffman, Uhlir, Considine, Maypole, Beil. John S. Derpa, D....19, 9206 Commercial avenue

fuss, Schermann, Dever, Conlon, Bowler, Blase, P. H. Moynihan, R.... .........719 92d place

Herlihy, Nolan, Forsberg. lenry L. Fick, D ......38 West 12th street

Building Department-Richert. Dixon, Hurt, Hunt, D. J. Egan, D...8 Chicago Opera House block

McCormick, Roberts, Brennan, Lipps, Jacobs, 10. Rudolph Hurt, D.........637 Blue Island avenue

Hahne, Herlihy, Fisher, Siewert. Thomas F. Scully, D...... 156 Washburne avenue

State Legislation-Pringle, Powers, Dixon, Kohout, 1. Peter L. Hoffman. D.........986 West 13th street

Foreman, Cullerton, Beilfuss, Finn, Stewart, JaEdward_F. Cullerton, D.....511, 97 Clark street

cobs, Young, Considine, Schermann. 2. Joseph Z. Uhlir, R............814, 97 Clark street

Harbors, Wbarves and Bridges-Hoffman, Race, Michael Zimmer, D.........1047 West 21st place

Kenna, Hahne, Fick, Lipps, Nolan, Bihl, Blase, 13. J. R. Considine, D.............15 Stanley terrace

Foell, McInerney, Golombiewski, Kunz. Arthur W. Fulton, R.........1103 Ashland block

Special Assessment and General Taxation-Hurt, 4 William T. May pole, D....60 South Canal street

Hunt, Krumholz, Sitts, Bowler, Fisher, McInerJames H. Lawley, R...651 West Chicago avenue

ney, Uhlir, Hahne, McNeal, Schermann, GolomAlbert W. Beilfuss, R....448 Milwaukee avenue

biewski. Herman F. Kruger, D....405 N. Paulina street

Health Department-Herlihy, Roberts, Conlon, 16. John Schermann, R............151 La Salle street

Hunt, Fick, Lawley, Krumholz, Hey, Connery, Stanley H. Kunz, D..............685 Noble street

Taylor, Egan, Fulton, Downey. 17. William E. Dever, D.......50, 70 La Salle street

Fire Department-Fisher, Brennan, Snow, CoughLewis D. Sitts, R....39 West Washington street

lin, Harding, Hoffman, Hunt, Blase, Forsberg, · 18. Michael C. Conlon, D...381 West Madison street

Kruger, Josetti, McNeal, Burke. John J. Brennan, D.....114 West Madison street

Police Department and Bridewell-Nolan, Race, 19. James B. Bowler, Ind. D..460 West Taylor street

Cullerton, Moynihan, Fick, Uhlir, Conlon, LawJohn Powers. D...... .......79 Macalister place

ley, Kunz, Hey, Egan, Taylor, Downey. 20. Nicholas R. Finn, D.::. Nicholas R. Finn, D............818 Reaper block

Water Department-Sitts, Brennan, Bihi, CullerJohn P. Stewart, R.............126 Adams street

ton, Badenoch, Kohout, Taylor, Powers, Lawley, 21. Charles M. Foell, R........803 Atwood building

McInerney, Race, Downey, Kruger. Francis W. Taylor, R......247 Monadnock block

Civil Service-Uhlir, Dougherty, Beilfuss, Kenna, Michael D. Dougherty, D......41 Wendell street

Harding. O'Connell, Forsberg, Connery, Hey, Arthur Josetti, R..........220 East North avenue

Derpa, Burke, McNeal, Egan. 23. Mathias J. Jacobs, D.........218 Mohawk street

Elections- Roberts, Coughlin, Schermann, Richert, Jacob A, Hey, R........924 North Halsted street

Lipps, Jacobs, Krumholz, Harding, Derpa, JosetAugust Krumholz, D.........56 Fullerton avenue

ti, Herlihy, Fulton, McNeal. Albert Hahne, R...... .....781 Clybourn avenue

Rules-Cullerton, Pringle, Zimmer, Bennett, CoughA. D. Williston, R..1001 Fort Dearborn building

lin, Dixon, Powers, Moynihan, Kenna, Hahne, Winfield P. Dunn, R............167 Adams street

Scully, McCoid, Derpa. 26. Peter Reinberg, D.......3465 North Robey street

Street Nomenclature--Derpa, Foreman, Brennan, William F. Lipps, R....522, 37 Randolph street

Golombiewski, Coughlin, Young, Kunz, Josetti, 27. Hans Blase, D............3585 Milwaukee avenue

Hey, Fulton, Burke, Lawley, Taylor. Henry J. Siewert, R....... 1230 Armitage avenue

City Hall and Public Buildings-Badenoch, Ben28. Daniel Herlihy, D.....1528 North Albany avenue

nett, Harding, McCormick, Williston, Dever, F. D. Connery, D.... 1523 N. Washtenaw avenue

Young, Scully, Sitts, Kenna, Jacobs, Downey, John Golombiewski, R......1810 West 48th street

Siewert. John Downey, D...5043 South Hermitage avenue

Printing-McCormick, Moynihan, Bradley, Dunn, 30. John J. Bradley, D........808 Garfield boulevard

Conlon, Fulton, Kruger, Forsberg, Kunz, Josetti, Michael McInerney. D.........4541 Lowe avenue

Bowler, Burke, Hey. 31. William J. Roberts, R....5536 S. Halsted street Patrick J. O'Connell, D......522 West 63d street

SELECT COMMITTEES (1907-1908). 32. Jos. Badenoch, R...1105-6 Stock Exchange bldg. Track Elevation-Lipps, Zimmer, Fisher, Kohout,

Albert J. Fisher, R............131 La Salle street Moynihan, Roberts, Hahne, Egan, Taylor. 33. Ernest Bihi, R........11938 South Halsted street Compensation-Snow, Harding, Pringle, Dever,

William C. Hunt, R..... .......1264 94th street Reinberg. Hey. 34. Patrick J. Nolan, D......1970 W. Madison street Special Park Commission-(See Parks and Boule

Joseph F. Kohout, D..619 Chi. Opera House blk. vards.) 35. Chas. J. Forsberg, R....2583 W. Superior street Meetings-Regular meetings of the council are held

Frank L. Race, Ř......100 South Central avenue every Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.

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Duties-In a general way the duties of the board of aldermen are to enact ordinances for the gov. ernment of the city, levy and collect taxes, make appropriations, regulate licenses, etc. The matters coming under the jurisdiction of the council are indicated by the names of the committees given above.

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.

101 and 103 city hall. City Clerk-John R. McCabe, R. Chief Clerk to City Clerk-E. J. Padden, D. Duties-The city clerk keeps the corporate seal

and all papers belonging to the city. He attends the meetings of the council and keeps a record of the proceedings. All city licenses are issued through his office. CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE.

105 city hall.

Hours--10 a, m. to 3 p. m. City Treasurer-John E. Traeger, D. Assistant-Harry Hildreth, Jr. Duties-The treasurer receives all moneys belong.

ing to the corporation, deposits the funds in bank, keeps separate accounts of each fund or appropriation, pays warrants, receives fines and renders monthly accounts of the condition of the treasury to the council. CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.

304 city hall. Comptroller-Walter H. Wilson, R. Deputy Comptroller-Louis E. Gosselin, D. Chief Clerk-C. J. O'Connor Duties-The comptroller is at the head of the de

partment of finance, of which the treasurer and collector are also members. He is charged with a general supervision over all the officers of the city who take in or pay out city money. He is the fiscal agent of the city and as such has charge of deeds, mortgages, contracts, etc. He audits and settles claims, keeps a record of persons committed to the house of correction, with fines, etc.; keeps books relating to appropriations, makes the annual estimates, signs warrants upon the city treasury, etc.

PAYMASTER'S BUREAU.

312 city hall. First Assistant and Acting Paymaster-John L.

Healy. Duties-The city paymaster has immediate charge

of paying the salaries of city employes, including school teachers and library employes. CITY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.

102 city hall. City Collector-Ernest J. Magerstadt, R. Deputy City Collector-J. F. McCarthy. Duties-The city collector executes all special as.

sessments and other warrants, receives money for licenses, pays over to the city, treasurer all moneys collected by him, takes receipts therefor and files them with the comptroller. CORPORATION COUNSEL'S OFFICE.

303 city hall. Corporation Counsel--Edward J. Brundage, R. Assistants-Emil C. Wetten, Franklin A.' Denni. son, William E. Bagby, Clarence M. Boord, John J. Beilman, Robert L. Campbell, Edwin H. Cassels, Charles Cruikshank (also attorney for police department), Clyde A. Day, George E. Dierssen. Frank J. Hogan (also attorney for fire department), Edgar R. Hart and W. F. Hapeman (also assistant attorneys for board of local improvements), Howard Hayes, Charles M. Haft, Robert M. Holt, R. R. Jampolis, Edwin D. Keith, George A. Mason (also attorney for board of local improvements), W. K. Otis, William S. Stahl, Nelson Thomassen, Michael F. Sullivan, William D. Barge, Frank L. Childs. Special Assessment Attorneys-Frank Johnston, Jr.,

George M. Haynes. Duties-The corporation counsel superintends and,

with the assistance of the prosecuting and city attorneys, conducts all the law business of the city: draws the leases, deeds and other papers connected with the finance department and all

contracts for any of the other departments of the corporation; drafts such ordinances as may be required of him by the city council or its committees and furnishes written legal opinions upon subjects submitted to him by the mayor or the city council or any department of the city government.

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.
Room 822 First National Bank building.
City Attorney-Frank D. Ayers.
Assistant City Attorney-Alfred 0. Erickson.
Assistant Attorney and Chief Investigator-B.

Sherman,
Trial Attorneys-Robert S. Cook, E. S. Day. D.

H. Wansley, Charles Swanson, Ed C. Fitch, Henry J. Frereks, Richard J. Finn, Harry T.

Aspern. Chief Law Clerk-Arthur S. Friedman. Duties-The city attorney keeps a register of all actions in courts of record, prosecuted or defended, in which the city may be a party, and defends all damage suits against the city. His chief duty is the defense or settlement of personal-injury cases against the corporation. He may be called upon to draft ordinances for the city council or for heads of departments. He is the attorney for the fire pension board.

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.

Room 513 Ashland block. Prosecuting Attorney-George H. White. R Chief Assistant-James Donohue. Law Clerk-William J. Anderson. Assistants--Robert C. Busse, Frank H. Hills. 0.

L. Kelar, A. T. Powers, James W. Breen, Sigmund Jonas, D. M. Elliott, Victor Sarner, Henry Seligman, David Revell, Anton Zeman.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

2 and 4 city hall. Commissioner of Health-W. A. Evans, M. D., R. Assistant Commissioner of Health-Dr. F. W.

Reilly. Secretary-E. R. Pritchard. Chief Medical Inspector-Dr. Heman Spalding. Registrar of Vital Statistics-M. O. Heckard, M. D. Recorder of Deaths-James J. Dillon. City Physician-L. Blake Baldwin, M. D., R. Duties-The commissioner of health and his as

sistants enforce state laws and city ordinances relating to sanitation and cause all naisances to be promptly abated. They keep records of births and deaths and other vital statistics, investigate all cases of contagious diseases and take all necessary steps to prevent their spread, such as providing for vaccination, disinfection, etc. The city physician attends to all cases in the police stations requiring medical attention.

CITY LABORATORY. Galbraith building. Franklin and Madison streets. City Chemist-Hugo Jone. BUREAU OF SANITARY INSPECTION.

411 city hall,
Chief Sanitary Inspector-Charles B. Ball.
BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PLUMBERS.

100 city hall. .
Master Plumber-0. W. Herrmann.
Journeyman Plumber-Hugh H. Smith.
Secretary-G. L. McConnell.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.

222 city hall.
Commissioner-John J. Hanberg. I
Deputy Commissioner-Paul Redieske, R.
Private Secretary to Commissioner-T. J. Sullivan.
Duties—The commissioner of public works is the

head of the department of public works, which embraces in addition the city engineer and the superintendents of streets, street cleaning, water. sewerage and maps. He has charge of all the streets, sidewalks, bridges, docks, public lands and buildings, etc.; collects water rents and taxes, water licenses and permits and sewerage permits and licenses, and makes contracts for public improvements not done by special assessment.

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CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE.

321 city hall. City Engineer-John Ericson, C. E. Chief Clerk-W. J. Roach. Duties—The city engineer has charge of the con

struction of bridges, viaducts and waterworks and performs all such services for the commissioner of public works as require the skill and experience of a civil engineer.

BUREAU OF BRIDGES AND HARBOR. Engineer-Thomas G. Pihlfeldt. Assistant Engineer-John A. Lennartson. Harbor Engineer-Col. Ricard O's. Burke. Harbor Master-Walter Scott. Vessel Dispatcher-Francis B. Higgie. BOARD OF STREET-RAILWAY SUPERVISING

ENGINEERS.

Borland building, 11th floor. Chairman and Chief Engineer-Bion J. Arnold. Representing City-Charles V. Weston. Representing Railways-Harvey B. Fleming. Assistant Chief Engineer-George Weston. Consulting Engineer-Mortimer E, Cooley.

BUREAU OF WATER.

116 city hall. Superintendent-Alex Harper. Chief Clerk John C. Schubert. Cashier-Otto A. Dreier. Chief Accountant-Augustus F. Heintze. Assessor John J. Harkins. Chief Clerk Meter Division-John R. Lambin. Inspector-J. J. Ward. Duties—The superintendent of water has special

charge of the collection of water assessments and ratęs. WATER-PIPE EXTENSION.

317 city hall. . Superintendent-H. C. Lucas, R. Assistant Superintendent-John P. Allen, Chief Clerk-C. H. Goll. Duties—The superintendent has special charge of

the extension of the city's water mains, repairs and maintenance.

BUREAU OF STREETS.

225 city hall. Superintendent-Michael J. Doherty, D. Assistant Superintendent-Patrick McCarthy. Assistant Superintendent Street and Alley Clea

ing-Frank W. Solon. Duties—The superintendent has charge of the im

provement and repair of the streets and sidewalks and of street and alley cleaning and the removal of garbage and ashes and obstructions of any kind outside the building line.

BUREAU OF SEWERS.

217 city hall. Superintendent-William E. Quinn, D. Chief Clerk-Ed Cullerton, Jr. Duties- The superintendent has special charge of

the construction and repair of all sewers and catch-basins.

BUREAU OF MAPS.

401 city hall. Superintendent-John D. Riley, D. Duties-Has special charge of city maps and plats and all matters pertaining to street numbering. BUREAU OF COMPENSATION.

227 city hall. Chief Clerk-Henry V. McGurren. BUREAU OF INFORMATION AND COMPLAINTS.

11 city hall. Chief Clerk--Harry Porges. BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS.

208 city hall. Members-Henry S. Dietrich, R., president; John Minwegen, D., vice-president; Ora E. Chapin, secretary; E. Orris Hart, R., assistant secre

tary: John F. Finerty. Superintendent of Special Assessments-Ora E.

Chapin.
Chief Clerk Special Assessments-T. Sullivan.

Duties—The board of local improvements is a body designed primarily to reform the method of making special assessments. As the name implies, it has charge of all kinds of local improvements, such as street paving, sewer extensions, sidewalks, etc. The board fixes the special assessments, hears complaints and considers objections to proposed improvements. TRACK ELEVATION DEPARTMENT.

200 city hall. Track Elevation Superintendent-Walter, J. Ray

mer, R. Duties-Frames ordinances for the elevation of steam surface roads in Chicago.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT.

411 city hall. Commissioner-Joseph Downey. R. Deputy Commissioner-Robert Knight. Assistant Deputy-John C. Christensen. Secretary-James Slattery. Duties-The building commissioner. sees that new buildings are put up in accordance with the city ordinances, that fire escapes are provided wherever needed, that unsafe structures are demolished or repaired, that safe exits are provided in halls, theaters, etc. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY.

12, 14 and 16 city hall. City Electrician-William Carroll, D. Chief Operator-Frank W. Swenie. Superintendent of Construction-Harry Leser.' Chief Clerk-John B. Porter. Chief Electric Light Inspector-George D. Bayle. Chief Gas Inspector-William B. Burke, R. Chief Operating Engineer-Frank B. Flynn. Duties—The city electrician has charge of the construction, repair and maintenance of the city's electric and gas lights, power plants and the police and fire alarm telegraphs. BOARD OF EXAMINING ENGINEERS.

500 city hall. Members-Hugh J. Gleason, president; Frank K.

Rittenhouse, vice-president; L. J. Griffin, secretary; J. F. O'Connor, inspector and clerk; C. F. Swingle, Henry McMahon and Daniel Holland,

inspectors. Duties—The members of the board, who are prac

tical engineers familiar with the construction and operation of steam boilers and engines, examine all applicants for licenses for engineers and boiler or water tenders, grant licenses and suspend or revoke the same. DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLIES.

316 city hall. Business Agent-William A. Coleman, R. Duties—The business agent buys all supplies for

city departments which involve an expenditure of less than $500. He has nothing to do with supplies used by contractors employed by the city.

BUREAU OF STATISTICS.

409 city hall. City Statistician-Hugo S. Grosser. Assistant Statistician-Fred Rex. Duties-Has charge of the municipal library and

collects and publishes statistics relating to the municipality. "The City of Chicago Statistics'' is issued quarterly.

HOUSE OF CORRECTION.

California avenue, near 26th street. Superintendent-John L. Whitman, R. Deputy Superintendent-P. J. O'Connell. House of Correction Inspectors-George Mason,

John J. Sloan, S. Rogers Touhy. Duties-The superintendent has charge of the

house of correction under the supervision and direction of the board of inspectors, enforces order and discipline, receives prisoners and discharges them on order or on expiration of sentence.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

department and has the custody of the equipment Headquarters, city hall.

and other property of the department. The fire General Superintendent-George M. Shippy, room

inspector investigates the causes of fires and 208.

keeps a record of the same. The secretary Assistant Superintendent-H. F. Schuettler, room

keeps all books and papers of the department

and delivers to the city council and other depart. 21. Secretary Police Department-Simon Mayer, room ments the written communications of the fire 10.

marshal. Private Secretary to Chief of Police-James M.

CIVIL-SERVICE COMMISSIONERS. Markham. room 127.

400 city hall. Chief Clerk-Phil McKenna, room 10.

Commissioners-Elton Lower, R., president; Zina Drill Master-John Bauder, room 208.

R. Carter, R.; M. L. McKinley, D. Custodian-DeWitt C. Cregier, room 11.

Secretary and Chief Examiner-Vernon L. Bean. Inspectors-John J. Wheeler, ist division, Harri.

Attorney-Howard O. Sprogle. son and La Salle streets; Nicholas Hunt, 2d di

Duties-The commissioners classify offices and vision, 53d street and Lake avenue; John L. Re

places in the city service, examine applicants for vere, 3d division, Desplaines street and Waldo

employment in such offices and places, certify place; Peter M. Kelly, 4th division, 233 West

to the heads of departments as required the Chicago avenue; Anson Backus, 5th division, 240

names of those standing highest on the list of East Chicago avenue; P. J. Lavin, 6th division,

eligibles, investigate charges against employes in Maxwell and Morgan streets.

the classified service and remove employes for Captains-Patrick J. Gibbons, Patrick J. Harding,

cause. Two weeks' notice by advertisement of Edward McCann, John M. Haines, John J. Ma

the time and place of holding examinations is honey, John McWeeney, Stephen K. Healy,

given. Francis P. Barcal, Thomas C. Kane, John Rehm,

ELECTION COMMISSIONERS.
James 0. D. Storen, William P. Clancy, James
Madden, P. D. O'Brien, Charles C. Dorman, Jo-

City hall, 4th floor, south end. seph Kandzia.

Commissioners—John C. Cannon, Thomas F. Judge, Duties—The police department is charged with Abel A. Bach.

preserving order, peace and quiet and enforcing Chief Clerk-Isaac N. Powell. the laws and ordinances throughout the city. Attorney-Frank D. Ayers. Police officers have the power to make arrests Duties-The commissioners fix the election preand to serve warrants. They are required to as cincts, provide ballot boxes, tally sheets, pollsist firemen in saving property, in giving alarms

books and all other blanks and stationery necof fire and in keeping the streets in the vicinity essary in an election, select judges and clerks of burning buildings clear. They are also re of elections, canvass the returns of votes and. quired to take notice of all obstructions and de in brief, have charge of everything pertaining to fects in the streets, nuisances, etc.

the registration of voters and the holding of all FIRE DEPARTMENT.

regular, special and primary elections. Headquarters, 18 to 22 city hall.

DEPARTMENT OF BOILER AND SMOKE IN

SPECTION.
Fire Marshal-James Horan.
First Assistant Fire Marshal-Charles R. Seyfer-

501-503 city hall. | lịch.

Chief Boiler Inspector-John J. Houlihan, R. Second Assistant Fire Marshal-William J. Bur Chief Smoke Inspector-Paul P. Bird, R. roughs.

Assistant Smoke Inspector-Robert H. Kuss. Third Assistant Fire Marshal-Thomas O'Connor Secretary-R. B. Wilcox. Fourth Assistant Fire Marshal-P. J. Donahoe. DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Department Attorney-Frank J. Hogan.

312 city hall. Secretary-William C. Gamble, city hall; hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. .

Inspector of Weights and Measures-John KjellandChief Clerk-Joseph O'Donohue.

er, R. Battalion Chiefs-1st. E. J. Buckley; 2d, Frank

Chief Deputy-William F. Cluett. Conway; 3d, Nicholas Weinand; 4th, Charles N.

FOOD INSPECTION. Heaney, 5th, Ener Anderson; 6th, John Powers;

215 Madison street. 7th, Eugene Sweeney; 8th, James Heaney; 9th, Chief Inspector-Dr. G. Koehler. Benjamin O'Connor; 10th, David J. Mahoney;

Fish Inspector-Adolph Burmeister, R. 11th, George H. McAllister; 12th, Joseph L. Kenyon; 13th, Frederick J. Gabriel; 14th, Michael R.

OIL INSPECTOR'S OFFICE. Driscoll: 15th, John Lynch: 16th, John Hannan;

Room 505, 67 Wabash avenue. 17th, John Fitzgerald.

Oil Inspector-Charles W. Andrews, R. Superintendent Insurance Patrol-E. T. Shepherd, 176 Monroe street.

MUNICIPAL LODGING HOUSE. Duties-The fire marshal has sole and absolute

10 North Union street. control over all persons connected with the fire | Superintendent-James Mullenbach.

quired to the streets. "ATMENT.

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SALARIES OF CITY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYES (1907).

........ $1,500

799

900

Chief den.........

1,800

.. $7,500

Yearly unless otherwise specified.
MAYOR'S OFFICE. | DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. | Printer ....
Mayor ......

......$18,000
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.

Finger-print operator....... 1,200 Private secretary ........... 3,600

Comptroller ................$10,000 Chief matron................ 1,000 Stenographer 1,500 Chief clerk.....

3,600 Forty matrons, each..... Messenger ....... 1,500 General accountant..

3,000 2,078 patrolmen, each....... 1,200 MUNICIPAL LIBRARY AND

Paying teller......

1,800 Other patrolmen, each, Bookkeeper

1,500 ............

$720 BUREAU OF STATISTICS.

to...................... 1,000 Stenographer....

1,200 Beginning Dec. 1, 1907, the folCity statistician............. $3,000 Clerks, each, $799 to........ 1,200 lowing schedule of pay for patrolAssistant .......

..... 1,200

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DIVISION. men took effect: First year, $900; Statistical clerk.....

Chief accountant............ $4,000 second year, $1,200; third year, Stenographer .....

900
Clerks, each, $999 to....... 1,399 $1,300; fourth year, $1,300; fifth

year and thereafter, $1,400.

AUDIT BUREAU.
CITY COUNCIL.
Auditor and dep. comp.... $4,000

Two photographers, each... $1,100
Seventy aldermen, each.... $1,500
Assistant accountant........ 1,800

Custodian ................... 1,800 Finance com. chairman..... 3,500 Real-estate agent....... 1.800

Supt. of construction........ Finance com. secretary..... 3,000 Clerks, each, $999 to........ 1,500

Two patrol drivers, each... 1,100 TRANSPORTATION DEPT.

113 patrol drivers, each..... 1,000 PAYMASTER'S BUREAU.

Superintendent of horses... 2,400 Attorney ...............$10,000 Paymaster ......

........ $3,600

2 asst. supts. of horses, ea., 1,399 Superintendent ............. 3,000 First asst. paymaster...... 2,400

Barn foreman......

1,200 CITY CLERK. 3 asst. paymasters, each... 1,800

Two barn foremen, each.. 1,000 Clerks, each, $999 to....... 1,199 City clerk...... $5,000

25 hostlers, each...

900 Chief clerk..................

3,600
CITY COLLECTOR.

3 lieutenants of 'detectives.
Reading clerk......
2,500

each

.... $6,000 City collector.......

2,000 ..

Chief clerk of detective
Clerks, each, $1,200 to.... 1,800 Deputy collector......

3,900
bureau .......

1,800 Official stenographer........ 1,600

Cashier ...
2,600

1,200

Stenographer.
Chief clerk,
CITY TREASURER.

special as-
sessments ...

Chief operator.....

1,800 City treasurer.. $12,000

.

Assistant. operator.....
General license clerk.......
in

1,500

1,400 Assistant treasurer.... 5,000

1,000

148 operators, each.... Bookkeeper ......

1,400

cacu......... Cashier ............ 3,300 Bond clerk....

1,400

MUNICIPAL COURTS. Assistant cashier..

2,400 Clerks, each, $900 to........ 1,400 OFFICE OF CHIEF JUSTICE. Paymaster............

2,000

CITY HALL. Chief clerk. 2,400

Chief justice...... Clerks, each, $900 to........ 1,680 Chief janitor................ $1,600

.. $1,600 27 judges, each..

.. 6,000 Chief engineer..

Chief clerk.......
LAW DEPARTMENT.

4,000 1,500

............
Clerk complaint bureau.... 1,500 One attorney.....

4,000
CORPORATION COUNSEL.
Two asst. engineers, each.. 1,199

One attorney .....

3,600 Corporation counsel.........$10,000 Elevator starter............. 1,100

Stenographer....

1,320 One assistant............. 6,000 Elevator operators, each.. 1,000

Librarian ........

600 Two assistants, each....... 5.000 Firemen, each.

1,00) Assistant librarian

300 One assistant............ 4,500 Coal passers, each...

1,000 Stenographer ..

1.200 Three assistants, each... 4,000 Janitors, each.....

900 Assistant clerk.

1,800 Two assistants, each.... 3,600 Janitresses, each.....

720 Auditor ...........

1,800 Three assistants, each... 3,009 ELECTION COMMISSIONERS.

CLERK'S OFFICE.
Two assistants, each..... 2,500
One assistant..........

$5,000
2,100
Chief clerk..... ...... $4,000

Attorney.

3,000 One assistant..........

2,000
3 commissioners, each..... 2,500

Chief deputy clerk....... 2.500 Two assistants, each... 1,800 CIVIL-SERVICE COMMISSION. Seven deputy clerks, each 1,800 Two assistants, each.. 1,500

3 commissioners, each..... $3,000 Other deputy clerks, each, Fire dept. attorney..... 3,000

Secretary ...................

.. 3,000
$600 to.........

1,500 Police dept. attorney....... 2,500 Chief investigator........ 2,500 Chief file clerk..

1,800 Secretary corp. counsel..... 1,800

Physical examiner....
1,800 Transcript clerk.....

1,320 Clerks, each, $1,000 to...... 1,500 Other examiners, each, $900

BAILIFF'S OFFICE. BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. I to .........

...... 1,500 Bailiff

$5,000 Attorney

$5,000 Attorney for trials.......... 1,500 | Chief deputy bailiff.... 4,000 One assistant.. .. 4,000 Stenographer ............... 1,500 Attorney ..

. 3,000 One assistant..

2,800 DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLIES. Dep. bailiffs, each, $900 to 1,500 One assistant...

2,100

Business agent.............. $4,000 HOUSE OF CORRECTION, Law clerk......

2,000
Bookkeeper .....

.... 1,800
Court reporter...
1,000

Superintendent ............. $3,000

1,800 Clerks, each, $900 to........

Stenographer ... 1,800

Deputy superintendent..... 1,800 Stockkeeper .......

1,600 Asst. dep. superintendent. 1,200 PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Storehouse clerk.....

1,500 Hospital steward........ 1.200 Prosecuting attorney........ $3,600 Stationer ......

1,300 Chief clerk .................. 1,200 Chief assistant.............. 3,000 Clerks, each, $780 to........ 1,199

FIRE DEPARTMENT Two assistants, each....... 2,400

POLICE DEPARTMENT. Fourteen assistants, each.. 2,000

Fire marshal.......

$6,000 One assistant.......

1,500
Superintendent ............. $6,000 First assistant.....

4,500 One assistant...............

1,200
Asst. superintendent........ 4,000 Second assistant.

4,000 Law clerk........ 1,200 . 2,500 Third assistant...

3,500 Stenographers, each, $900 to 999 Secretary to superintendent 2,500 Fourth assistant...

3.500 Chief clerk..... 1,800 Secretary ....

- 2,400 CITY ATTORNEY. Six investigators, each.... 1,000 Chief clerk......

2,200 City attorney................ $6,000 Drillmaster .....

1,500 Assistant secretary...

1,800 First assistant. .. 3,800 Clerk for secretary..

1,500 Storekeeper ..

1,800 Three trial attorneys, each 3,600 Stenographers, each, $900 1,200 Superintendent of horses... 2,400 Three trial attorneys, each 2,509 Five inspectors, each...... 2,800 18 battalion chiefs, each.... 2,750 One attorney (claim dept.). 2,400 One captain..................

2.500 | 139 captains, each..........

1,815 Chief investigator.....

2,400 Sixteen captains, each...... 2.250 140 lieutenants, each....... 1,529 Eight attorneys, each.... 1,800 Supt. bureau identification. 2,250 115 engineers. each........ 1,518 Chief clerk...

2.100 66 lieutenants, each......... 1.800 110 asst, engineers, each... 1,265 Docket clerk.......... 1,800 366 sergeants, each.......... 1,500 | 15 stokers, each.......

1,265 25 investigators, each.. 1,200 | Sergeant bureau of records 1,700 700 firemen, first class, ea.. 1,247 26 investigators, each.

1,000 5 vehicle inspectors, each.. 1,200 | 150 firemen, 2d class, each.. 1,155 Stenographers, each, $900 to 1,000 | Feed inspector.....

1.200 | 230 firemen, 3d class, each. 1,056

Clerk..

Secretary

intendent 2,500

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