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| NEW-YORK STATE JUDICE ARY. 343

State Water Commission (term — years, (term 6 years, $8,000). —Lucian L. Shed— ).-Henry H. Person.s, president; den, John C. Davies, and Frederick E. Ernest J. Lederle, John A. Sleicher, Milo Gunnison, June 5, 1911. M. Acker, Charles Davis. State Librarian—(No terril, sajary to be State Gas and Electrical Commission | fixed) Edwin H, Anderson.

THE JUDICHARY OF NEW-YORK STATE.
The Court of Appeals.

Judges. | Residences. Counties. Sal’ ros. | Politics. | Terms Exp. } Edgar M. Cullen, Chief Judge | Brooklyn . . . ; Kings. . . . . . . $14,200 Dem Dec. 31, 1911 Albert Haight, Asso’ te Judge | Huffalo . . . . . . Erie. . . . . . . . . 13,700 | Hep “ 31, 1908 John Clinton Gray, 4 & | New-York . . . New-York. . . . ] 3,700 Denn “ 31, 1913 |

Irving G. Vann, g ot Syracuse . . . [Onondaga.... | Edward T. Bartlett, 4 & ; New-York . . . New-York... 13,700 Rep. . . “ 31, I Denis O’Brien, & 4 | Watertown . Jefferson..... 13,700 Dem “ 31, 1907 William E. Werner, o Itochester . . |Monroe . . . vol., 13,700; Rep “ 31, 1908 1 Willard Bartlett, go Brooklyn . . . . Kings. . . . . . . - Denn . . *Emory A. Chase, Gro Catskill . . . . . . Greene . . . . . . Rep * Frank H. Hiscock, & & ; Syracuse . . . [Onondaga. ... — Rep

*Justices of Supreme Court serving temporarily by designation of Governor. The Appellate shivision of the Supreme Court.

Department. *– Justices. |Residences. Pol. Desig. ends. 1st. The county of New-York. Morgan J. O'Brien.... New York...] Den. Dec. 31, 1610 Ed Wald Patterson . . . . . . 4 & . . . Denn .. ‘‘ 31, 1910

George L. Ingraham . . . . . . Dem. . ] “ 31, 1911 Chester B. McLaughlin. Port Henry. Rep ... “ 31, 1907 ar Frank C Laughi in . . . . . Buffalo . . . . . Rep ... May 5, 1906 James W. Houghton. . . Saratogo S. Rep... Oct. 25, 1910 - John Proctor Clarke. . . . New York. . . Rep... , 1910

2d. The countles of Kings, Michael H. Hirschberg. |Newburg . . . Rep... }June 4, 1916

Queens, Nassau. Hichmond, Williann J. Gaynor. . . . . Brooklyn ... [T]em... [Dec. 31, 1910
Susfolk, Rockiand, West—John Woodward. . . . . . . . . James town. Rep ... ‘‘ 31, 1907
- chester, Putnan), Orange, A ) met F. Jenks. . . . . . . . . Brooklyn . . . Dem... Apr. 4, 1910
Dutchess. Warren B. Hooker. . . . [Fredonia. . . iRep ... [No trim. nmd
Nathan L. Miller . . . . . . Cortland ...; Rep... Jan. 6, 1910

J. Adelbert P. Rich. . . . . . . Auburn . . . . #:
3d. The counties of Sullivan, Charles E. Parker. . . . . . Owego. . . . . . Itep ...|Dec. 31, 1906
Ulster, Greene, Columbia, Walter Lloyd Smith . . . . . . [D] mira. . .... Rep ..] Dec. 31, 1907
Schoharie. Albany, Rensse- Alden Chester . . . . . . . . . . Albany . . . . . |Rep . . ; Nov. 11, 1907
laer, Fulton, Schenectady, James W. Houghton . . . . Saratoga S |Rep ... ||Sept. 10, 1908
Montgomery, Saratoga, John M. Kellogg . . . . . . Ogdensburg. Rep... Oct. 25, 1910

Washington, W arren Aaron V. S. Cochrane. Hudson ....|Rep...|Dec. 31, 1316 Hamilton, Essex, Clinton,

Franklin, St. Lawrence, Delaware, Ofsego, Broome, Chenango, Madison, Cort— land, Tioga, Tompkins. Schuyler, Chemung. # 4th. The counties of Herki-Peter, B. McLennan . . . . . Syracuse ... Rep ... D. c. 31, 1906 neer, Oneida, Lewis, Jeffer—Alfred Spring. . . . . . . . . . . Frank'n ville Rep... jJan. 9, 1909 son, Oswego, Onondaga, Pardon C. Williams. .... Watertown.. Rep... [jan. 15. 1910 Cayuga, Seneca, Wayne, Froderick W. Kruse. ... Olean ......|Rep...}Dec. 31, 1510, Ontario, Yates, Steuben, Livingston, Monroe, Alle— gany, Wyoming, Céroesee, Orleans, Niagara, Erie, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua.

Justices of the Supreme Court. The salaries of Justices of the Supreme Court are: First and Second Districts, $17,500; remaining Districts, $7,200; but non-resident Justices, sitting in the Appeñate Divisions of the First and Second Departments, receive the same compensation as the Justices in those Departnents; if assigned to duty in the First and Second Districts other than in the Appellate Division; tı,eir additional compensation is $10 Der day. o

Districts. Justices, Residences. | Pol. | Terms Exp. j ist. The city and county of George C. Barrett. . . . . . . New York. . Dem . ; Dec. 31, 1903 New-York, Edward Patterson . . . . . . . & 4 . . . Dem . ‘‘ 33, 1909 #Samuel Greenbaum..... a to ... Dem . “ 31, 1915

i Morgan J. O’Brien. . . . . . * * ... JDenn. . “ 31, 1915

|George L. Ingraham.... * 6. ... Dem ... ‘‘ 31, 1919

Francis M. Scott . . . . . * * * & 4 ..]l)en).. “ 31, 1911

| Charles H. Truax. . . . . . . 4 G . . . Dem . “ 31, J900

| James A. Blanchard . . . . to Q ... Tep .. ** 31, 1915

Sharles F. MacLean. . . . 4 4 ... Dem . ** 31, 1909

iVerihon M. Davis . . . . . . . . 4 to ‘. . . Dem . “ #1' 1916

| Philip H. Dugro......... & on . . Denn . “ 31, 1014

|Victor J. Dowling. . . . . . 4 4 ..}Dem. . ; “ 3i, iëjš

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344 NEW-YORK STATE SENATE. JUDICI ARY OF NEW-YORK STATE–(Continued) Districl 8. Justices. Residences. Pol, | Terms Exp. Edward E. McCall... . . . . . 4 of Dem . ‘‘ 31 1 H. A. Gildersleeve. . . . . & & ..ijem. “ #1. # James Fitzgerald . . . . . . . to 3 ..f5em" | § { # ii) James A. O'Gorman . . . . . & 4 ..ijem g • , . I' #: He Bischoff, jr. . . . . & 4 ..ijem. & & 3i. }}}} David Leventritt. . . . . . . . 6 & ..ijem'. “ 3i # fleonard A. Giegerich. . $4 ... Dem “ #1. iś06 Edward B. Amend. . . . . . {{ { ..ijem “ #1. 15ié #. *g. Clarke. . . . . & 4 ... Rep .. “ 31, 1515 & Josep . Newburger. . . & & & 4 2d., Kings, Queens, Nassau, William J. oo:: Brooklyn o: & 6 #. # Richmond, Sussolk, Rock- Willard Bartlett. . . . . . . . . & 6 ..fem e “ 31. 131i land, Westchester, Putnam, Martin J. Keogh . . . . . . . . . N Rocheñéjem . • 31, 1963 §goi"jolwission, D. Boey......|Brooklyn step ..] : 31, so ties. Wilmot M. Smith. . . . . . . Patchogue . Rep .. & G ši. išč, Josiah T. Marean . . . . . . . Brooklyn ...Dem . ** 31, 1912 Almet F. Jenks. . . . . . . . . is to ...ijem “ 31, 1512 Garret J. Garretson. ....|Newtown . . Rep . . • 31. jío William J. Kelly . . . . . . . Brooklyn . . Dern... “ 31, 1917 Michael H. Hirschberg. . |Newburg . . Rep : “ 31. idió Samuel T. Maddox. . . . . . Brooklyn . . Rep . . ** 31, 1910 Joseph A. Burr. . . . . . . . & $ ... Dem. • 31, 1916 3d,..., Columbia; , Rensselaer, Wesley O. Howard. . . . . . Rensselaer . Rep & “ 31, 1916 Sullivan, Ulster, Albany, A. V. S. Cochrane. . . . . . ††. Rep. ... “ 31, 1915 Greene and Schoharie coun- Alden Chester. . . . . . . . . . . Albany . . . . Rep .. £ 6 $1. 1909 ties. Emory A. Chase . . . . . . . . Catskill .... Rep . . . . “ 31. išíð James A. Betts. . . . . . . . . Kingston . . Dem . “ 31. 1512 George H. Fitts. . . . . . . Cohoes . . . . Rep... “ 31, 1913 4th. Warren, Saratoga, St. John M. Kellogg . . . . . . . . Ogdensburg. Rep . ** 31, 1917 Lawrence, Washington, Edgar A: Spencer. . . . . . . Gloversville Rep .. to a 31. 1915 Essex, Franklin, Clinton, James W. Houghton . . . . [Saratoga. S. Rep ... “J 31, 1914 Montgomery, Hamilton, C. C. Van Kirk. . . . . . . . Greenwich . Rep.'.. . . . 3i. 1919 Fulton and Schenectady|Henry T. Kellogg . . . . . . Plattsburg . Rep . . ** 31, 1917 Counties. Chester B. McLaughlin. Port Henry. Rep . . “ 31, 1909 5th. , Onondaga, Jefferson, William S. Andrews. . . . . Syracuse ... Rep . . • 31. 1913 Oneida, Oswego, Herkimer Watson M. Rogers . . . . . . Wateriown . Toep .. & 4 31. 1914 and Lewis Counties. Isrank H. IIiscock. . . . . . . Syracuse . . . Rep . . * @ 31. 1910 Pardon C. Williams. . . . . . Watertown. Rep . . ** 31, 1911 Peter B. McJ_^n nan. -- . . . Syracuse . . . Rep . . 4 & 31. 1906 william E. Scripture.... Rome . . . . . . Rep . . ‘‘ 31, 1909 Irving R. Devendorff. . . Rep. . . y 6tly. Otsego, Delaware, Madi- §s E. Parker. . . . . . Owego Lo ope: #. #. 59n, Chenango, Tompkins, Albert H. Sewell. . . . . ... Walton . . . . Rep . . •. 31. Tói: Broome, Chemung, Schuy-|Nathan L. Miller. . . . . . Oneonta . . . Rep .. ** 31, 1918 lor, Tioga and Cortland Gerritt A. Forbes. . . . . . . Canastota ... Rep . . & so 3i 1906 counties. walter i,loyd Smith..... Elmira. . . . . . Rep ... “ 31. 1516 po e George F. Lyon. . . . . . . . . Binghamton Rep ...! “ 31, 1 7th. Livingston, Ontario, James A. Robson . . . . . . Canandaig' a Rep .. ** 31, 1918 Wayne." Yates. Steuben, Adelbertoo. ... orn...:#. .. “ 31, 1914 Seneca, Cayuga and Mon-John F. Parkhurst. . . . . . Bath . . . . . . Rep ... “ 31. 1913 roe counties. Edwin A. Nash . . . . . . . . . AVOIl . . . . . . Pep . . “ 31, 1906 James W. Dun Well . . . . . . . Lyons . . . . . . Rep . . “ 31, 1900 Nathaniel Foote . . . . . . . . Rochester . Rep... “ 31, 1919 Arthur E. Sutherland. . . * * ... Rep.... “ 31, 1919 8th. Erie, Chautauqua, Cat-i John S. Joao.e.'... . . . . . . Fredonia. ... Rep . . “ 31, 1917 taraugus, Orleans. Niagara, Warren B. Hooker. . . . . . & & ... Rep . . “ 31, 191 G on eSee, Allegany and Daniel J. Kenefick. . . . . . Buffalo . . . . Rep . . “ 31, 1913 Wyoming countles. Henry A. Childs . . . . . . . . Medina . . . . Rep . . “ 31, 1906 Louis W. Marcus. . . . . . Buffalo . . . . Rep... “ 31, 1906 Alfred Spring . . . . . . . . . . . Frank’nville Rep . . “ 31, 1909 Frank C. Laughlin . . . . . . Buffalo . . . . Itep . . 31, 1909 Truman C. White . . . . . . . & & . . . . Rep . . “ 31, 1910 Frederick W. Kruse. ... Olean . . . . . . Rep -- ** 31, 1914 John Woodward . . . . . . . . . Jamestown. Rep . . ** 81. 1910

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NEW YORK STATE SENATE, 1905-'06.
nor and President of the Senate, New-York City.

s Address. oper (R.), Brooklyn. 9—C. E. Hasenflug (D.), New-York. 10—Daniel J. Riordan (D.), New-York. 11—John C. Fitzgerald (D.), New-York. Foley (D.), New-York, (D.). New-York.

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|| The orders of the Commission are enforceable by writ of mandamus, which may be

. electricity, and there can be no recovery. The act took effect June 4 and carried an

therein, with reference to illuminating power, pressure and purity at least once a day, |-missioner and become public records.

| after July 1, 1905, at 75 cents per 1,000 cubic feet, under penalty of a forfeiture to the

| cubic feet of gas ner hour, and each one hundred cubic feet of gas shall not contain

| 5ach violation of this act is punishable by a forfeiture of $1,000 to the State.

| Pecome delinquent the first Monday in January, except in the case of mortgages taxed

LEGISLATION OF 1905,

Chapter 737 creates a State Commission of Gas and Electricity, to consist of three members, appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, to serve for three years; their annual salary to be $8,000; their main office to Gas, Electricity be in Albany, with branch offices in New-York and Buffalo; the and Power, commission is authorized to employ a staff of experts, inspectors, clerks, etc., and is to exercise general supervision over all persons and corporations having authority to lay pipes or maintain wires for the purpose of transmitting electricity for light, heat or power or for furnishing gas; to investigate the quality of gas supplied and the methods of the corporations supplying gas , or electricity; to fix the standard of purity for gas; to prescribe methods of bookkeeping for corporations; to examine all persons, corporations or municipalities to see that their property is maintained and operated for the security and accommodation of the public and in compliance with their franchises and charters; to require corporations to Submit an annual report, verified by the president under oath, showing their capital Stock, authorized bonded indebtedness, receipts and expenditures, dividends and interest paid, and a full degcription of plants and franchises; to exercise control over the inspection of gas and electric meters by State or municipal officers and prescribe methods of testing meters; to have power to enter property through its employes; to make an annual report to the legislature; to issue or withhold a certificate of ap— proval of incorporation and franchises of new corporations, without which they cannot transact business; to grant or refuse consent without which corporations cannot increase capital stock or bonded indebtedness or transfer or lease their franchises or Systems or acquire the stock or bonds of other similar corporations. Such refusals 8 re reviewable by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the Third Depart— Isle Ilt. Upon the written complaint of the Mayor of a city, the trustees of a village or the town board of a town, or of one hundred or more consumers, the commission must examine the cause of the complaint as to the illuminating power, purity, pressure or price of gas or electricity, the forms of such complaints to be prescribed by the commission, and consumers making them must add to their signature their place of residence by Street and Inumber. Before investigating these complaints the commission must notify the corporations affected and grant them opportunity to be heard. It may then fix the price and order improvement in the manufacture or supply of gas or electricity, the price thus fixed remaining the maximum price for three years and until Such time thereafter as the commission shall again fix it. The appeal from the Orders of the commission is to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of any department, which may affirm, reverse or modify the order.

applied for by any person, corporation or municipality interested, as well as by the Commission. The fact that excessive charges have been made is constituted a complete defence to any action in any court for the collection of any charge for gas or

appropriation of $60,000. Chap. 735 directs the New-York City Commissioner of Water Supply, Gas and

Electricity to appoint inspectors, who must after July 1, 1905, test and inspect the

illuminating gas manufactured in that city or sold to the city or any consumer

and report the result of their tests under oath, said reports to be filed by the ComChap. T36 fixes the maximum price of illuminating gas sold to New-York City

city of $1,000 for each violation as to price or as to the requirement that said gas ‘‘shall have an illuminating power of not less than twenty-two sperm candles of six to a pound, burning at the rate of 120 grains of Spermaceti per hour, tested at a distange of not less than one mile from the distributing holder by a burner consuming five

more than five grains of ammonia nor more than twenty grains of sulphur nor more than a trace of sulphurctfed hydrogen. The pressure of said gas in any service main in the Said city at any distance from the place of manufacture shall be not less than One inch not more than two and One-half inches.'' Chap. 732 fixes the maximum, price of electric current sold in the city of NewYork, except to the city, , and in the 5th Ward of the Borough of Queens, at 10 cents per kilowatt hour, except in the County of Kings, where 12 cents may be charged.

Chap. 733 fixes the same maximum prices for electric, current sold the city for other purposes than 3treet lighting as Chapter 732, with the same penalty for each violation, to be forfeited, however, to the city, and further fixes the price for electric street lamps burning 450 walls of electric current at the arc at $100 per lamp per year; for two such lamps attached to , a single pole, each consuming approximately 250 watts of electric current, $65 per lamp per year, and for other street lamps at rates proportionate. This act does not apply to the Annexed District. - Chap. 729 leyies an annual tax of one-half of 1 per cent on the principal of all debts and obligations, for, the payment of money secured by mortgages on real estate - situated in New York State recorded after, July 1, 1905, payable to The Mortgage the recording Officer where the mortgage is first recorded; the tax Tax RLaw. may be paid July 1: ... becomes payable October 1. Taxes" not paid s November, 1, are penalized 1 per cent per month until paid. Tàos

for periods of less than one year, Which become payable June 30, are Subject to

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