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KINGS COUNTY GOVERNMENT.-Continued.
The County Court has jurisdiction of all ac-
tions for partition of real property; for dower, Surrogate, GEORGE B. ABBOTT.
- $10,000 foreclosure of a mortgage, etc.; for specific perDeputy, Joseph W. Carroll.
3,000 formance of a contract relating to real property Clerk, Edward J. Bergen .
1,800 where the real property is situated in the county; Assistant Clerk, William Murray
1,500 in an action to foreclose a lien op a chattel, not Assistant Clerk, J. W. Duffy.
exceeding $1,000, and the lien is found in the Assistant lerk, Luke 'Reilly
1,300 county; in favor of the executor, administrator, Assistant Clerk, Lawrence F. Carroll. 1,300 or assignee of a judgment creditor, etc.; for any Assistant Clerk, Henry W. Osborn.
1,300 other cause where the defendant or all the deAssistant Clerk, C. B. Arcularius.
1,300 fendants are residents of the county at the time Assistant Clerk, John J. Bennett..
of beginning the action, when judgment is deAssistant Clerk, Henry M. Wall.
1,300 manded for money only, not exceeding $1,000,or Stenographer, D. H. Čostello..
2,000 to recover chattel or chattels not exceeding in Four officers (each)...
1,200 value $1,000; to the custody of the person and Interpreter, Peter Beilman
care of the property concurrently with the SuThe Surrogate's Court has jurisdiction in all preme Court, if the person is a resident of the matters appertaining to the estates of deceased county, etc. Judge Moore's term expires Depersons who were at demise residents of the cember 31, 1895. County of Kings, and also of deceased persons The Court of Sessions has jurisdiction over all who were residents of this State leaving real or criminal cases, including those punishable by personal estate within this county. It has pow- death or imprisonment for life. Its jurisdiction er, likewise, to appoint guardians of all infants is co-extensive with that of the Oyer and Termiinterested in such property as above, and to per, which is the criminal branch of the Supreme control and settle accounts of all executors, ad- Court and the highest court of criminal jurisdicministrators and guardians within the like limit. tion in this county. The County Judge presides Surrogate Abbott's term expires Dec. 31, 1895. in this court. THE JUDICIARY.
COUNTY COURT AND COURT OF SESSIONS.
CALENDAR FOR 1891.
On the first Mondays of January, February, First Assistant, J. U. Shorter..
March, April, May, June, July, October, NovemSecond Assistant, J. F. Clarke.
ber and December, and the third Monday of Third Assistant, J. McGuire.
2,500 September. Chief Clerk, A. H. Walkley..
3,500 Assistant Clerk, J. N. Mills.
2,000 Assistant Clerk, John J. White, Jr...
Justice, JOSEPH F. BARNARD. Six officers (each)...
Justice, JACKSON O. LYKMAN
Justice, WILLARD BARTLETT* Law Librarian, S. C. BETTS.. .$3,000
Clerk, Gerard M. Stevens. Assistant Librarian, Alfred J. Hook. 1,800
Assistant Clerk, John B. Byrne.. County Court and Court of Sessions. Assistant Clerk, Robert Merchant.
8,900 County Judge, HENRY A. MOORE. ..$10,000 Assistant Clerk, Joseph W. Carroll. Associate Justice, John McMahon,per diem 7 Stenographer, J. B. Carey ..
2,500 Associate Justice, C. A. CONRADY, per diem 7 Stenographer, C. H. Requa..
2,500 Clerk, Bernard J. York.. 3,500 Stenographer, W. L. Ormsby.
2,500 Deputy Clerk, Thomas H. York.
1,200 Assistant Clerk, Charles H. Foley. 1,800 Interpreter (German), of salary...
600 Assistant Clerk, Joseph H. Winters 1,800 Interpreter (Italian), 14 of salary..
300 Assistant Clerk, J. F. Moore..
1,800 Stenographer, Wm. Hemstreet.
2,500 *Receives $6,000 from the county for services Officer of Chambers, James A. Nuffy. 1,500 in reference to the jury lists, under a special act. Thirteen officers (each).
1,200 All the Justices of the Supreme Court receive Interpreter (German), F. Kalt, % of salary 1,200
an allowance of $1,500 from the State for mileInterpreter (Italian), 44 of salary...
300 age and other expenses in addition to salary.
BROOKLYN CITY GOVERNMENT.
Civil Service Commissioners.
Salary: ALEXANDER E. ORR, Chairman; Charles H. Hall, Mayor, ALFRED C. CHAPIN.
.$10,000 Harrington Putnam, Albert G. McDonald, Secretary to the Mayor, D. B. Phillips. 3,000 G. L. Nichols, Jr.; Wm. J. D. Campbell, Sec. Assistant Secretary, W.J. D. Campbell.. 2,200 Clerk, William H. Babcock...
City Clerk's Office.
City Clerk, MICHAEL J. CUMMINGS.. -$4,500 CITY HALL.
Deputy City Clerk, Peter K. McCann. 3,000 Composed of nineteen members, seven Alder- License Clerk, William Jordan..
3,000 men at Large and twelve District Aldermen, who Chief Clerk, William Hogan
2,000 serve, without compensation. John McCarty, Clerk, Joseph V. Scully
1,750 President of the Board.
i Clerk, W. L. D. O'Grady.
1,700 MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. Clerk, Cornelius Driscoll
1,500 Theodore Maurer, Thomas A. Beard, Robert Clerk, William Dempsey.
1,500 F. MacKellar, Arthur J. Heaney, Anson Fergu- Clerk, Patrick M. Conway.
1,500 son, George S. Elcock, Richard Pickering, John Clerk, John Dunne
1,250 McCarty, James McGarry, Moses J. Wafer, Michael J. Coffey, Peter Hess, Richard B. Leech,
Department of Audit.
Auditor, ANTHONY WEBER
.$3,500 Jefferson Black.
Deputy Auditor, Wm.
4,000 Chief Clerk, William Fanning.
2,500 Board of Estimate.
Bookkeeper, S. Sbaughnessy
1,500 ervisor-at-Large and County Treasurer.
Messenger, Charles P. McLaughlin.. 1,000
BROOKLYN CITY GOVERNMENT—Continued.
Salary. Department of Arrears.
Inspector, XIII. District, J. A. Caufield... $1,500 MUNICIPAL BUILDING.
Inspector, XIV. District, C. J. McCarthy... 1,500 Registrar, John C. McGUIRE.
.$5,000 Inspector, XV. District, B. McCarren. 1,500 Deputy Registrar, M. W. Cole.
Inspector, XVI. District, James Freelan. 1,500 Cashier, Arthur J. Conway.
2,500 Inspectors detailed for special duty, Wm. Assistant Cashier, Joseph H. Delany. 1,800
H. Hauxhurst and A. Convery (each)... 1,500 Tickler Clerk, John E. Lindmark.
1,800 Bookkeeper, Henry M. Murray.
Department of city Works.
1,800 Chief Arrears Clerk, Robert W. McChesney 1,800
MUNICIPAL BUILDING. Redemption Clerk, Thomas J. Dennehy... 1,800 Commissioner, John P. ADAMS
5,000 Assistant Redemption Clerk, B. H. Farrell 1,500 Deputy, James A. Murtha
3,600 Assistant Clerk, John J. Laird.
Secretary, Daniel L. Northup Interest Clerk, Thomas J. Fagan
3,300 1,400 Accountant, Andrew B. Martin
3,500 Tax Clerk, James Kerrigan...
1,250 Chief Engineer, Robert Van Buren. 5,000 Tax Clerk, Michael Rogers.
1,250 1st Ass't Engineer, Van Brunt Bergen 4,000 General Clerk, Henry H. Hall.
Assistant Engineer, David Brower. 3,500 General Clerk, Hugh M. Faughran. 1,250 Assistant Engineer, L. Russell Clapp
3,500 General Clerk, William Furey.
1,250 Assistant Engineer, I. M. de Varona 3,500 General Clerk, James McGroarty.
1,400 Assistant Engineer, N. P. Lewis. General Clerk, John F. Loughlin..
2,500 1,400 Assistant Engineer, George W. Martin General Clerk, Felix O'Toole.
2,500 1,250 Assistant Engineer, Edw. F. Weeks General Clerk, John Coleman.
Assistant Engineer, N. Aug. Northup. 2,000 Special, James S. Haleran..
3,500 Department of Assessment.
Deputy Purveyor, D. J. Hagerty.
3,000 President, THOMAS A. WILSON 4,000 Supt. Sewers, Wm. H. Goff.
2,500 Assessor, Joseph Smith..
3,000 Supt. Local Improvements, E. D. Norris Assessor, Thomas Ennis,
2,500 3,000 Supt. Supplies, Peter Mahony.
1,800 Assessor, Charles Small, . 3,000 Supt. Street Repairs, James Kennedy.
1,700 Assessor, James McLeer.
3,000 Supt. Street Repairs, Wm. Brennan Assessor, Augustus Kurth
1,700 8,000 Assessor, James E. Davis
3,000 Engineer, A. S. Tuttle
Engineer, W. R. Tenney. Assessor, George W. Palmer.
Engineer, DeWitt N. Cole Assessor, Joseph H. Mumby. 3,000
Engineer, A. J. Provost, Jr. Secretary, Dominick H. Roche.
Engineer, J. Gracham. Clerk, Charles W. Cheshire.
1,800 2,200 Engineer, H. R. Asserson
1,800 Clerk, Henry W. Brown
Engineer, E. Evester Clerk, Arthur A. Quinn.. 2,200
Engineer, F. E. Buckingham Clerk, William H. Rogers.
Engineer, James Magrath Clerk, Francis J. Bryce. 1,500
Chief Clerk, James Pierson Clerk, Charles J. O'Neil..
Architect, G. U. Wundram.. Clerk, Edwin Bolitho..
1,800 1,500 Typewriter, Charlotte E. Coffin.. Clerk, Fred. A. Baldwin.
1,000 1,300 Clerk, John McMahon.
1,500 Clerk, Chas. T. Grotjan...
1,000 Messenger, John H. Kershaw
1,000 First District-First, Second, Sixth, Eighth,
Water and Sewer Inspector, J.J. Whalen. 1,000 Twelfth and Twenty-second Wards-Michael
Water and Sewer Inspector, M. C. Lyons.. 1,000 Ryan and Joseph Smith.
Assistant Engineer, J. D. Martin..
1,800 us Kurth and James E. Davis.
Assistant Engineer, J. J. Coons..
1,800 Third District-Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fif
Assistant Engineer, w. B. Osterhout. 1,800 teenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Nineteenth
Assistant Engineer, A. C. Hepp
1,500 Wards-Thomas Ennis and James McLeer.
Assistant Engineer, J. C. Brackenridge. 1,500 Fourth District-Seventh, Twenty-first, Twen
Assistant Engipeer, H. G. Brigham.. 1,500 ty-third, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Wards
Assistant Engineer, J. H. Dwyer.
1,400 Charles Small and George W. Palmer.
General Watchman, J. Gaillard
1,200 Fifth District-Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth
General Inspector, J. G. Bogart.
1,300 Wards—Thomas J. Patterson and Joseph H.
Inspector, G. P. Axtell.
Assistant Engineer, w, T Bruorbon.. 1.800
Assistant Engineer, C. H. Shipman.
1,800 Commissioner, JOSEPH PLATT.
Assistant Engineer, J. F. Hammond. $3,000
1,500 Deputy, George Howell..
RIDGEWOOD ENGINE HOUSE. Chief Clerk, Henry S. Campbell.
Chief Engineer, James E. Finnigan..... 2,500 Inspector of Plans Clerk, James H. Pigot. 1.700 First Assistant Engineer, Robt. D. Faron. 1,800 Inspector, I. District, Walter Long 1,500 Assistant Engineer, Fred' W. Hancock 1,320 Inspector, II. District, Joseph J. Ryan 1,500 Assistant Engineer, Michael Crowe 1,320 Inspector, III. District, B. McGowan 1,500 Assistant Engineer, J. F. Bogardus
...... 1,320 Inspector, IV. District, Thomas Lynch.. 1,500 Assistant Engineer, S. B.Dalbrow.. 1,320 Inspector, V. District, A. Mandeville 1,500 Assistant Engineer, J. P. Smith.
1,320 Inspector, VI. District, F. Gilmartin. 1,500 Assistant Engineer, J. Doherty.
1,200 Inspector, VII. District, John Hosey 1.500
Assistant Engineer, J. Nulty.
1,200 Inspector, VIII. District, S. B. Bogert.
1,200 Inspector, IX. District, Hugh O'Donnell... 1,500 Assistant Engineer, J. Fogarty
1,200 Inspector, X. District, John Lynagh. 1,500 Assistant Engineer, N. V. Bourguignon.. 1,200 Inspector, XI. District, A. Shaughnessy... 1,500 Assistant Engineer, B. Neelan
1,100 Inspector, XII. District, P. J. Kennedy. 1,500 Chief Clerk, T. H. Tierney..
BROOKLYN CITY GOVERNMENT-Continued.
Department of Excise.
MUNICIPAL BUILDING. Assistant Engineer, J. Malone
Salary. 1,200 Assistant Engineer, J. Morrissey
Commissioner, HENRY I. HAYDEN, Presi1,200
2,500 Engineer, Smith's Pond, John Ruse......
Cashier, Wm. D. Lohman 1,100
1,800 Assistant Engineer, C. W. Slowey .
Acting Sec. of Excise, Denis Short.
1,800 1,000 Chief of Excise, Edward Ryan.. Engineer, Watt's Pond, J. E. Hawley 1,100
1,250 Assistant Engineer, H. L. Begley..
Clerk of Excise, Lawrence J. Gillick. 1,000
1,000 Engineer, Clear Stream, G. M. Woodward. 1,100
Department of Elections. Assistant Engineer, B. Devlin....
2,000 Assistant Engineer, w. Tuyler..
2,000 Engineer, Springfield, M. O'Brien.
2,000 Engineer, Spring Creek, J. C. Kelly.
2,000 Assistant Engineer, T. Sullivan.
1,500 Assistant Engineer, P. Hagen.
1,500 Engineer, Jamaica Park, John Cuthbert.. 1,320
Assistant Clerk, George Sandhusen.. 1,400 Assistant Engineer, J. F. Farley..
1,400 Assistant Clerk, John Rapp.....
1,200 BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION. Assistant Clerk, E. J. Langstaff.
1,200 Assistant Engineer, E. S. White.
Assistant Clerk, William J. Beattie. 1,200 Clerk, D. Smith.
1,200 Clerk, S. Z. Story..
1,200 Clerk, Luke Freeman...
1,200 BUREAU OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS.
Department of Finance. Chief Clerk, M. F. Kerrigan.
6,000 Assistant Engineer, J.J. Heindel. 1,000 Deputy, Aaron Brinkerhoff.
4,500 Draughtsman, H. Von Nostilz. 1,800 Bond Clerk, Hubert L. Smith.
2,500 Clerk, Frank Travis.
1.000 Clerk of Accounts, H. P. Bostwick, 2,900 Clerk, W. W, Crist. 1,000 Bookkeeper, R. A. Bishop...
2,200 Clerk, S. C. Dunn..
Salary Warrant Clerk, William J. Nesbitt. 2000 Clerk, W. F. McGowan.
General Fund Warrant Clerk, Jas. B. Casey 2,000
Assistant Warrant Clerk, Robt. Crummey. 1,250
1,250 Assistant Keeper, J. Lawler...
1,000 Assistant Coupon Clerk, W. H. Brinkerhoff 1,000 Engineer, J. Sullivan.
2,500 Assistant Engineer, G. E. Winslow..
1,500 Assistant Engineer, G. S. Roberts.. 1,400
Searcher, Charles W. Maujer.
1,200 Messenger, J. B. Schoonmaker.
1,000 Department of Collection.
TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS BUREAU.
2,000 Collector, ALDEN S. SWAN
1,250 Deputy, Chas. Rushmore.. 3,600 Tax Clerk, C C. Kraushaar.
1,250 Cashier, J. McCoy_Gray. 2,500 Tax Clerk, William O'Malley.
1,250 Chief Clerk, J. P. Egan.
1,250 Stamp Clerk, H. W. Hughes
1,250 Stamp Clerk, G. W. Walters. 1,500 Tax Clerk, Martin Phelan
1,250 Tickler Clerk, H. Woram.
1,250 Entry Clerk, C L. Hardenbergh 1,500 Tax Clerk, Andrew Conrad..
1.250 Bookkeeper, J. P. Scrymser.
1,250 Assistant Bookkeper, S. C. Clobridge. 1,400
Tax Clerk, Maurice Lowery.
1,250 Assessment Clerk, J. A. Brodie.. 1,250 Tax Clerk, C. M. Meeks.
1,250 Requisition Clerk, I. M. Lawrence.. 1,250
DEPARTMENT OF Docks. Bill Clerk, C. R. Post
1,250 Bill Clerk, J. M. McNamara.
Superintendent, P. J. Kelly ... 1,250
1,900 Bill Clerk, A. T. S. Anderson.
Dockmaster, Anthony Weber..
1,500 1,250 Bill Clerk, A. W. Carmody.
Dockmaster, Daniel McCleary 1.250
1,400 Bill Clerk, A. Lunenschloss.
Dockmaster, Michael Looney.
1,200 1,250 Bill Clerk, F. R. Bishop.
Dockmaster, William J. Coyle.. 1,250
1,200 Bill Clerk, F. J. Kellar.......
Dockmaster, M. B. Nagle..
1,400 1,250 Bill Clerk, R. Dunn..
Dockmaster, Thomas R. Farrell. 1,250
1,000 Bill Clerk, J.B. McCarren.
Dockmaster, Henry Doyle.... 1,250
1,.no Bill Clerk, C. Kinkel
Dockmaster, L. P. Van Pelt..
1,000 1,250 Bill Clerk, W. H. Loughran
Dockmaster. James Bridges...
1.000 1,250 Bill Clerk, Jas. Hamilton..
Department of Fire. Bill Clerk, B. P. A. McCarty
1,000 Bill Clerk, John W_ Boylan.
367 JAY STREET.
1,250 Bill Clerk, James E. Scott..
Commissioner, JOHN ENNIS
5,000 Stenographer, J. W. Richards.. 1,250 Deputy, W. D. Moore
3,500 Messenger, J. H. Vaughn....
Supt. Repairs, James Lynch,
2,500 Chief Engineer, Thomas F. Nevins
5.000 Department of Education.
Assistant Chief Engineer, James Dale. .. 3,500 131 LIVINGSTON STREET. Inspector, Canice Cassin.
Supt. Telegraph Bureau, P. L. Watson.... 2,500 See pages 98-101.
Supt. Bureau of Combustibles, J. Kellock.. 1,700
BROOKLYN CITY GOVERNMENT-Continued.
Department of Parks.
Room 12, CITY HALL. Deputy, John S. Young, M. D.
3,500 Secretary and San. Supt.,R. C. Baker, M.D. 3,000 President, GEORGE V. BROWER. .No salary Counsel, Baldwin F. Strauss. 2,500 Commissioner, Marvin Cross
No salary Clerk, L. C. D'Homergue
1,200 Commissioner, Charles H. Luscomb...No salary Clerk, J. A. Devin.. 1,200 Secretary, Robert Courtney.
$2,500 Clerk, J. S. Hutchinson.
1 200 Consulting Engineer, John Y. Culyer...... 1,500 Clerk, John A. Jennings
1,200 General Superintendent, Aneurin Jones... 3,000 Clerk, J. T. Duffy.. 1,200 Clerk, John R. Hennessy
1,500 Clerk, A. T. Metcalfe
1,200 Chief Clerk and Paymaster, C. F. Moore... 2,000 Clerk, F.S. McLoughlin 1,200 Clerk, Robert T. Flynn...
1,000 Clerk, S. F. McDonough
1,200 Captain Police, M. A. McNamara, per day. 4.50 Clerk, A. E. O'Shea
1,000 Clerk, John Tynan..
1,000 Sanitary Inspector, D. E. Callaghan, M. D. 1,500
Department of Poiice and Excise. Sanitary Inspector, F. A. Jewett, M. D.. 1,500 Sanitary Inspector, M Levy, M. D..
Commissioner of Police and Excise, HENRY
1,500 Shipping Inspector, Geo. Convery, M. D... 1,500
$5,000 Chemist, W. H. Kent, Ph. D..
Deputy Commissioner and Chief Clerk, F. Assist. San. Inspector, H. B. Bayles, M. D. 1.200
3,500 Assist. San. Inspector, H. K. Bell, M. D.. 1,200
Deputy Chief Clerk, Peter P. Huberty. 1,800 Assist. San. Inspector, H. Burnard, M. D.. 1,200
Accountant and Cloth Clerk, Thos. Carroll. 1.900 Assist. San. Inspector, W.J. Corcoran,M.D. 1,200
Property Clerk, Stephen H. Powell 2,000 Assist. San. Inspector, A.M. Dennison, M.D. 1,200
Stenographer, Michael J. Connolly.
1,500 Assist. San. Inspector, M. Enright, M. D... 1,200
Counsel, F. A. McClosky
2,000 Assist. San. Inspector, L. De B. Kuhn,M D. 1,200
Surgeon, Charles H. Terry.
1.250 Assist. San. Inspector, G. J. LaRoe, M. D.. 1,200
Surgeon, A. William Ford
1,250 Assist. San. Inspector, M. J. Leland, M. D. 1,200
Surgeon, William P. Morrisey
1,250 Assist. San. Inspector, Jas. McManus,M.D. 1,200
Surgeon, Joseph F. O'Conneil
1,250 Assist. San. Inspector, J. F. Moore, MD.. 1,200
Surgeon, John D. Sullivan
1,250 Assist. San. Inspector, J. Peacock, M. D... 1,200
Supt. of Telegraph, Frank C. Mason. 2,400 Assist. San. Inspector, J. O'Grady, M. D... 1,200
Telegraph Operator, William R. Gear ../1,750 Assist. San. Inspector, J. M. Raub, M. D... 1,200
Telegraph Operator, Thomas J. Cornell 1,750 Assist. San. Inspector, E. F. Smith, M. D.. 1,200
Telegraph Operator, Thomas Williams.... 1,750 Assist. San. Inspector, Alex. Rae, M. D...
Telegraph Operator, James Campbell 1,750 Veterinary Inspector, L.T.Bell, M.D.,D.V.S.
Telegraph Operator, James Keenan 1,750 Vaccinator, W. J. Brandt, M. D
1,750 Vaccinator, S. T. King, M. D.
Supt. of Steam Boilers, Wm. A. Powers 2,500 Vaccinator, H. C. Murphy, M. D.
Clerk to Supt. Steam Boilers, G.A.Ridgway 1.250 Vaccinator, A. E. Smylie, M. D
6,500 Vaccinator, W.T. Gardner, M. D
Searcher of Female Prisoners, Mrs. Jane
750 Food Inspector, D. F. Lucas, M. D
Superintendent of Police, Patrick Campbell 4,000 Food Inspector, H. Bullwinkle, M. D. 1 000
Clerk to Supt. of Police, Fred'k L. Jenkins 2,000 Food Inspector, John A. Cochran, M. D.. 1,000
Messenger to Supt. of Police, And. McLean 1,100 Food Inspector, J. W. Van Duesen, M. D... 1,000
Inspector, John Mackellar..
3,000 Meat Inspector, A. May......
Inspector, Patrick H. McLaughlin.. 3,000 Meat Ipspector, J. C. DeFraine.
3,000 Meat Inspector, Henry Molter
Captain 1st Precinct, James Campbell. 2,400 Meat Inspector, A. McMullen.
Captain 2d Precinct, John W. Eason, 2,400 Dairy Inspector, John Mc Tammany.
Captain 3d Precinct, Patrick H. Leavey.. 2,400 Chief Inspector of Plumbing, R. Ř. Coggin 1,200
Captain 4th Precinct, Wm. J. McKelvey.. 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, W.J. Roche... 1,200
Captain 5th Precinct, Martin Short..... 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, James Travers. 1,200
Captain 6th Precinct, James Ennis 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, W. E. Corcoran.
Captain 7th Precinct, George R. Rhodes 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, James J. Ryan.. 1,200 Captain 8th Precinct, Thomas Murphy 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, John A. Lennon
Captain 9th Precinct, John Brennan. 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, Neil B. McBride
Captain 10th Precinct, Francis A Farley .. 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, F. J. Pelletreau.. 1,200
Captain 11th Precinct, Daniel J. Lowery 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, T. P. Higgins.. 1,200
Captain 12th Precinct, William H. Folk 2,400 Inspector of Plumbing, John Todd.. 1,200
Captain 13th Precinct, Stephen Martin. 2,400 Chief Nuisance Inspector, D. Gleason, M.D 1,250
Captain 14th Precinct, James Dunn... 2,400 Nuisance Inspector, John J. Wheeler. 900
Captain 15th Precinct, Thomas L. Druhan. 2,400 Nuisance Inspector, F. A. Frisca
Captain 16th Precinct, Hugh F. Gorman 2,400 Nuisance Inspector, Thomas French.. 900
Captain 17th Precinct, Henry French. 2,400 Nuisance Inspector, D. H. Clark..
Captain 18th Precinct, James Kenney: 2,400 Nuisance Inspector, John Clarke.
900 Captain 19th Precinct, Michael Campbell.. 2,400 Nuisance Inspector, Leonard J. O'Neil. 900 Eighty Sergeants, (each)
1,750 Nuisance Inspector, J. Stanley..
900 Forty-six Detective Sergeants, (each) 1,750 Messenger, Daniel Williams 600 Thirty-eight Roundsmen, (each).
1,200 Driver of Ambulance, J. A. Wenz
Five hundred and ninety-seven Patrolmen, Driver of Ambulance, E. Fitzpatrick.. 750
1,100 Driver of Ambulance, P. Dorini.
Four hundred and three Patrolmen, (each) 900 Driver of Ambulance, E. Coyle... 750 Fifty Patrolmen, (each)
800 Department of Law. Total, 1,050 Patrolmen.
850 CITY HALL. Forty doormen, (each).
850 Corporation Counsel, ALMET F. JENKS.. $8,000
Twenty bridge keepers, (each). Assist. C. C. and Chief Clerk, R. B. Green
Two Engineers of Patrol Boat, (each). 1,100 wood, Jr.
4,000 Assist. C. C., William T. Gilbert.
5,000 Assist. C. C., Daniel D. Whitney, Jr.
Department of the Treasury. Assist. C. C., Arthur C. Salmon 3,500 Treasurer, HALSEY CORWIN.
- $4,000 Assist. C. C., William A. Mathias. 2,500 Deputy Treasurer, D. Phænix.
3,900 Ordinan ce Attorney, Donald F. Ayres..... 2,000 General Clerk, Paul E. Jenks..
BROOKLYN CITY GOVERNMENT-Continued. Sealers of weights and Measures. First Monday of October, Judge Osborne. 1st Congressional Dist., William Grady.. . $1,200 Second Monday of November,
Judge Clement. 2d
Patrick Mannix.... 1,200 First Monday of December, Judge Van Wyck. 4th G. E. Glendenning.. 1,200
GENERAL TERMS. 5th
" John Bender........ 1,200 On the fourth Monday of each month, except Truant Home.
July, August and Se ember, by all the Judges. Superintendent, Patrick H. Corrigan...... 1,800
Justices of the Peace.
$5.000 Keeper, Cornelius Cozine....
Clerk, Edward Moran
1,800 Assistant Clerk,...
1,500 Dog Pound. Stenographer, J. N. B. Rawle.
1,800 Keeper, Samuel Stratton, per day..... 2.00
Assistant Clerk, James Toomey.
1,200 Wallabout Market.
SECOND DISTRICT. Inspector, Jeremiah Lawson......... 1,500
794 BROADWAY. Justice, JOHN PETTERSON
$5,000 THE JUDICIARY. Clerk, Michael Shields.
1,800 City Court. Assistant Clerk, Chas. F. Wolz.
1,500 COURT HOUSE. Stenographer, Andrew E. Colvin.
1,800 Chief Judge, NATHANIEL H. CLEMENT.. $10,000
Interpreter, Jacob F. Becker....
1,200 Judge, AUGUSTUS VAN WYCK
THIRD DISTRICT. Judge, WILLIAM J. OSBORNE
10,000 Clerk, C. W. Thomas..
LEE AVENUE, COR. CLYMER STREET. Deputy Clerk, D. McNamara.
Justice, ADOLPH H. GOETTING........ ..$5,000 Stenographer, John E. Norcross. 2,500 Clerk, Bernard T. Degnan..
1,800 Stenographer, Timothy Bigelow..
2,500 Assistant Clerk and Interpreter, Charles Stenographer, Seuter H. Ormsby. 2,500 M Hartmann.
1,500 Assistant Clerk, William H. Riley. 1,800 Assistant Clerk, Otto Schupphouse.
1,500 Assistant Clerk, W. K. Van Valkenburg...
1,800 Stenographer, Augustine M. O'Neil 1,500 Assistant Clerk, Charles H. Farrell 1,800 Assistant Clerk, Andrew Beck.
Police Justices, Ten officers (each).....
1,200 Interpreter (German).
CITY HALL DISTRICT. Interpreter (Italian)
318 ADAMS STREET. Judge Clement's term expires December 31, Justice, JOHN J. WALSH...
.$5,000 1836; Judge Van Wyck's term expires December Clerk, Daniel Quinn.
1,800 31, 1898; Judge Osborne's term expires Decem- Assistant Clerk and Interpreter, Richard ber 31, 1900.
1,500 The City Court of Brooklyn has concurrent Assistant Clerk, William F. Dennen. 1,250 jurisdiction with the Supreme Court, provided Stenographer, Charles J. Joyce....
1,800 the property in suit is situated within the city, or the cause of action arises within the city, or
FIRST DISTRICT. defendant is a resident of the city, or the sum
COR. COURT AND BUTLER STREETS. mons is personally served on the defendant with- Justice, JAMES G. TIGHE.
. $5,000 in the city.
Clerk, Joseph McGarry.
1,800 CALENDAR FOR 1891. Assistant Clerk, James H. Neeson.
1,750 Stenographer, James McLean.
600 TRIAL TERMS AT WHICH ISSUES OF FACT ARE
Interpreter (German), George W. Hoehn.. 1,200 TRLABLE BY JURY.
Interpreter (Italian), Benedict Martella ... 1,200 First Monday of January, Part I., Judge Van
GATES AND REID AVENUES.
Justice, THOMAS J. KENNA........ . $5,000 First Monday of March, Part I., Judge Clem
Clerk, Daniel J. Madden.
1,800 ent; Part II., Judge Osborne.
Stenographer, Frank X. McCaffry. First Monday of April, Part I., Judge Van
Interpreter, John P. Gehrhardt.
1,500 Wyck; Part II., Judge Clement.
LEE AVENUE, COR. CLYMER STREET.
Justice, Moses ENGLE.........
$5,000 Part II., Judge Osborne.
Clerk, James Dillon.
1,800 Fourth Monday of September, Part I., Judge
Assistant Clerk, Arthur J. Higgins.. 1,500 Clement.
Stenographer, William McFeeters... 1,800 First Monday of October, Part I., Judge Van
Interpreter, Emil Klebaur.
1,200 Wyck; Part II., Judge Clement. Second Monday of November, Part I., Judge
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENTS. Osborne; Part II., Judge Van Wyck.
United States Court. First Monday of December, Part I., Judge The United States Courts, Eastern District of Clement; Part II., Judge Osborne.
the State of New York, are at the southeast SPECIAL TERMS AND CHAMBERS.
corner of Clinton and Montague streets First Monday of January, Judge Osborne.
Circuit Court-William J. Wallace, E. H. LaFirst Monday of February, Judge Clement. combe, Judges. First Monday of March, Judge Van Wyck. District Court--Charles L. Benedict, Judge. First Monday of April, Judge Osborně.
Clerk-B. Lincoln Benedict. First Monday of May, Judge Clement.
Marshal-Daniel Lake. First Monday of June, Judge Van Wyck.
United States Attorney--Jesse Johnson. First Monday of July, Judge Van Wyck.
Assistant U. S. Attorney-John Oakey. First Monday of August, Judge Osborne.
Commissioners—John J. Allen, Richard P. Fourth Monday of September, Judge Clement. Morle, B. Lincoln Benedict, Henry S. Bellows.