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TINGUE, BROWN & CO.,
64 Reade-St.f NEW YORK.
LITHO. FLANNELS, MOLLETON, MOLESKIN.
BART ELL BROS.
OILS and FURNITURE POLISH
95 PLYMOUTH PLACE
Orders Delivered to All Parts of the City Telephone Harrison 229
TAXATION IN CHICAGO.
List of the eleven boards making
1. State Tax—For state purposes. The governor, auditor and treasurer constitute the board which ascertains the rate per cent required to produce the amount of taxes levied by the general assembly.
"The state school tax" is levied in the same manner. The rate for all state purposes varied from 50 to 60 cents on the $100 assessed valuation.
2. County Tax—The county board levies the taxes for all county purposes, the aggregate of which is limited to 75 cents on the $100.
3. City Tax—The city council, acting with the mayor, levies the taxes for all city purposes, which is limited to $2 on the $100.
4. School Tax—The city eoifncil and the mayor make a separate levy for this purpose, which is limited to $2.50 on the $100.
5. Library Tax—The city council and the mayor make a separate levy for this purpose. The levy Is 10 cents on the $100.
6. Sanitary District—The tax is levied by the board of trustees.
7. South Park System—The south park commissioners levy for park purposes in the towns of South Chicago, Hyde Park and Lake.
8. West Park System—The West Chicago park commissioners levy for park purposes in the town of West Chicago.
9. Lincoln Park—The Lincoln park commissioners are not * "corporate authorities," the Lincoln park act not having been adopted by popular vote. The levy for Lincoln park is made by the county treasurer, acting as ex officio supervisor.
10. Ridge Park—A small park district In Rogers Park, organized under the law providing for local park districts by popular vote. The board of five commissioners levies for the district.
11. The North Shore Park District—Organized the same as Ridge Park.
By an act of the legislature approved May 11, 1901, and by the vote of the people at the spring election In 1902 the townships lying within the limits of Chicago were consolidated and the powers of the town boards transferred to the city council. This reduced the taxing boards In Chicago from eighteen to eleven as above.
LEARNED SOCIETIES IN CHICAGO.
Chicago Academy of Sciences—Lincoln park: president, Thomas C. Chamberlln; secretary, Charles H. Blatchford.
Chicago Architectural Club—84 Adams street; president, Herman V. von Hoist; secretary, Hugo A. Zimmermann.
Chicago Astronomical Association—President. Ellas Colbert; secretary, H. C. Ranney, 48 Bellevue place.
Chicago Bar Association—Library rooms. 100 Washington street; president. Thomas M. Hoyne; secretary, Farlin Q. Ball.
Chicago Chapter of the Bibliographical Society of America—President, J. Westfall Thompson, University of Cliicago; secretary-treasurer. Caroline M. Mcllvalne, Chicago Historical society.
Chicago Historical Society—Dearborn avenue and Ontario street; president. Franklin H. Head; librarian. Caroline M. Mcllvalne.
Chicago Library Club— President, Irene Warren,
University of Chicago; secretary, Ellen Garfield
Smith, the John Crerar library. Chicago Philatelic Society—President, H. X.
Sludge; secretary. P. M. Wolsieffer. 401, 134
Monroe street. Chicago Technical Society—President. Fritz Lab
berger; corresponding secretary, Alexander L.
Heilbrunn, 110 Ontario street. Fortnightly Club of Chicago—President, Mrs. Harry
Pratt Judson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Lyn
den Evans. Geographical Society of Chicago—President. Prof.
Henry J. Cox; corresponding secretary. William
H. Hubbard. Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of
Architects—President, Arthur F. % Woltersdorf:
secretary. Peter B. Wight. 1112, 138 Washington
street. Western Society of Engineers—1734 Monadnock
block; president, W. L. Abbott; secretary, J. H.
BOARD OF TRADE.
Jackson boulevard and LaSalle street President—Hiram N. Sager. Vice-President—James C. Rogers. Secretary—George F. Stone. Treasurer—Ernest A. Hamlll. Directors—Terms expire 1908: H. N. Sager, J. F.
Barrell. John F. Harris. Edward Andrew and
James Bradley. Terms expire 1909: Joseph P.
Griffin, James Petit, John J. Stream, James E.
Bennett and Henry Zeiss. Terms expire 1910: A. J. White. Frank M. Bunch. Charles H. Sullivan. Charles Baker and Frank B. Rice.
A gallery is set apart for the use of visitors. The trading hours are from 9:30 a. m. to 1:16 Pm., except on Saturday, when the closing hour is 12 o'clock noon.
CHARLES F. ELMES ENGINEERING WORKS
Established 1861. Incorporated 1895.
Automatic and Marine Engines.
Machinery for Linseed and Corn Oil Mills.
Hydraulic Belting Presses.
Hydraulic Presses and Pumps for All Purposes.
Steam Fire Pumps—Fireboats Built Complete.
Special Machinery Built.
Elmes' Patent Steam Steerer.
Electric Light Engines.
Machinery Repairs of All Kinds.
ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.
Cylinders and Valve Seats Bored.
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Telephone Monroe 517.
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