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Sulary.

Assistant Secretary-Altred Holmead, District of Columbia,
Assistant to the Secretary-Thoinas A. Gillis, Pennsylvania,
Chief Clerk and Purchasing Agent T. Leo Haden, District of Columbia,
Disbursing Clerk-W. M. Lockwood, District of Columbia,
Appointment Clerk-- John B. Switzer, District of Columbia,
Director, Bureau of Accounts-Alexander Wylie, Illinois,
Director, Bureau of Finance-Charles D. Mahaffie, Oregon,
Chief Examiner, Bureau of Formal Cases---Robert E. Quirk, Illinois,
Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases-Arja Morgan, Pennsylvania,
Chiet and Attorney, Bureau of Inquiry--John J. Hickey, New York,
Chief Inspector, Bureau of Locomotive Inspection-Alonzo G. Pack. Colorado,
Chief Counsel, Bureau of Law-Patrick J. Farrell, Vermont,
Chief, Bureau of Safety-Wilfred P. Borland, Washington,
Director, Bureau of Service-John C. Roth, Washington,
Director, Bureau of Statistics-Max 0. Lorenz, Wisconsin,
Director, Bureau of Traffic-W. V. Hardic, Oklahoma,
Acting Director, Bureau of Valuation--- Charles F. Staples, Minnesota,

UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMIIISSION.

Comunissioner- George R. Wales, Vermont,
Comunissioner-Mis. Helen H. Garlier, District of Columbia,
Commissioner (Vacancy),
Chief Epaminer-Herbert A. Fier, Maryland,
Secretary--John T. Doyle, Virginia,

$5,000

?.00:1 ..on 3.500 2,500

THE PANAMA CANAL, WASHINGTON OFFICE,

General Purchasing Officer and Chief of Office--- A. L. Flint, Ohio,
Chief Clerk, Purchasing Departmeni-D. D. Anderson, Missouri,
Assistant to the Chief of OfficeRay L. Smith, Illinois,
Assistant Auditor-Benjamin F. Harrah, Mlinois,
Inspecting Engineer-W. A. E. Doring, New York,
Appointment Clerk-E. E. Weise, Wisconsin,

6,000 4,200) 3.720 5,000 5,040 3,000

THE PANAMA CANAL, ON THE ISTHMUS

Governor Colonel Jay J. Morrow, U. S. Army, Pennsylvania,
Engineer of Maintenance__Colonel Meriwether L. Walker, U. S. Army, Massachusetts,
Chict Quartermaster--R. K. Morris, Missouri,
Auditor--Elwyn Greene, Virginia,
Chlef Health Officer- Colonel H. C. Fisher, M. C., U. S. Army, District of Columbia,
Executive Secretary-Cloyd A. Mellvaine, Ohio,

10,000 $7,500 7,000

7,000 17,000 6,000

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD

The Federal Reserve Board was created by an Act of Congress approved December 23, 1913. Under this Act twelve cities known as Faieral Reserve Cities are established, and the continental) Cniteit States is divided into twelve geographical districts, each district containing one of the reserve cities. The twelve districts and their respective reserve cities are, as follows :

District No. 1. Boston, Massachusetts.
District No. 2, New York, New York.
District No. 3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
District No. 4. Cleveland, Ohio.
District No. 5. Richmond, Virginia.
District No. 6. Atlanta, Georgia.

District No. 7.
District No. 8.
District No. 9.
District No. 10.
District No. 11.
District No. 12.

Chicago, Minois.
St. Louis, Missouri.
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Kansas City, Missouri.
Dallas, Texas.
San Francisco, California.

Expiration of
Commission.

Salary.

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Cirivernor--W. P. G. Harding, Birmingham, Alabama,
Vice-Governor-Edmund Platt, Poughkeepsie, New York,
Idolph Caspar Miller, Berkeley, California,
tlarles S. Hamlin, Boston, Massachusetts,
John R. Mitchell, St. Paul, Minnesota,
A. W. Mellon ecretary of the Treasury, member AX-officio,
D. R. Crissinger, Comptroller of the Currency'. member ex-officio.

Secretary-William W. Hoxton,
Assistant Secretary-W. L. Eddy,
General Counsel-Walter S. Logan, District of Colunbia,
Fiscal Agent--William M. Imlay,

17,000 10,000

6,500 10,000 4,500

*The Salaries of the other officials named above are not statutory as is the case of the Commis. sjoners and the Secretary. They fluctuate according to the duties and experience of the individuals holding said positions. * Less pay of rank. tIn addition to $5,000 as Comptroller of Currency.

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF PHILADELPHIA.

Richard L. Austin, Chairman and Federal Reserve Agent
Henry B. Thompson, Deputy Chairman.
Arthur E. Post, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent.
Walter T. Grosscup, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent.
George W. Norris, Governor.
Edwin S. Stuart, Deputy Governor.
William H. Hutt, Deputy Governor.
William A. Dyer, Cashier.
C. A. Mcllhenny, Assistant Cashier.
W. J. Davis, Assistant Cashier.
James M Toy, Assistant Cashier.
R. M. Miller, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
Frank W. Labold, Assistant Cashier.
Samuel R. Earl, Assistant Cashier.

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The Federal Farm Loan Bureau was created by an Act of Congress approved July 17, 1916. Under this Act twelve cities, known as Federal Land Bank Cities are established, and the (continental) United States, excluding Alaska, is divided into twelve districts, each district containing one of the Federal Land Bank Cities. The twelve districts and their respective Federal Land Bank Cities are as follows:

District No. 1-Springfield, Massachusetts.
District No. 2-Baltimore, Maryland.
District No. 3-Columbia, South Carolina.
District No. 4-Louisville, Kentucky,
District No. 5- New Orleans, Louisiana.
District No. 6-Saint Louis, Missouri.

District No. 7-Saint Paul, Minnesota.
District No. Omaha, Nebraska.
District No. 9-Wichita, Kansas.
District No. 10Houston, Texas.
District No. 11-Berkeley. California.
District No. 12-Spokane, Washingiou.

FEDERAL FARM LOAN BOARD.

Salary

Expiration of

Commission.
(hairman--- Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, Pennsylvania,
Farin Loan Comunissioner and Executive Officer-Charles E. Lobdell,
Great Bend, Kansas,

1926 R. A. Cooper, Laurens, South Carolina,

1924 W. S. A. Smith, Sioux City, Iowa.

1922 (Vacancy),

1928

$10,000 10,000) 10,00) 10.00

JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

The court holds annual sessions at Washington, commencing on the first Monday in October.

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UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS.

Chief Justice-Edward K. Campbell, Alabama,
Judge-Fenton W. Booth, Illinois,
Judge George E. Downey, Indiana,
Judge James Hay, Virginia,
Judge-Samuel J. Graham, Pennsylvania,

Chief Clerk-J. Bradley Tanner, New Jersey,
Assistant Clerk--Fred C. Kleinschinidt, District of Columbia,
Auditors-Walter H. Moling, Missouri,

Charles F. Kincheloe, District of Columbia,
George M. Anderson, Maryland,

Salary. $8,000

7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 5,000 2,500 2,000 4, 250 4,250

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS.

Thiri Circuit--Meeting at Philadelphia.

Associate Justice-Mahlon Pitney, Morris own, New Jersey.
Judge-Joseph Buffington, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
Judge Victor B. Woolley, Wilmington, Delaware.
Judge-J. Warren Davis, Trenton, New Jersey,

Clerk-- Saunders Lewis, Jr., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,

8,500 8,500 8,500 4,500

UNITED STATES COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS.

Presiding Judge--Marion De Vries, California.
Associate Judge James F. Smith, California,
Associate Judge-Orion M. Barber, Vermont,
Associate Judge-George E. Martin, Ohio,
Associate Judge(Vacancy),

Clerk-- Arthur B. Shelton, Maryland,
Assistant Clerk Cbarles M. Ayer, Michigan,
Marshal-Frank H. Briggs, Maine.
Reporter-Alex. H, Clark, Alabama,

8,500 8,500 8,500 8,500 8,500 3,500 2,000 3,000 2.500

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS IN PENNSYLVANIA.

Eastern District.

The District is composed of the counties of Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia and Schuylkill.

Sessions are held in Philadelphia. Jury trials in criminal causes commence on the second Monday in March, June, December, and third Monday in September; civil causes on the second Monday in February, April, October and November.

7,500 7,500 6,000

3,000

4,500 4,500

Judgeg-J. Whitaker Thompson, Philadelphia, appointed June 5, 1912,

Oliver B. Dickinson, Chester, Delaware County, appointed March 31, 1914,. United States Attorney-George W. Coles, 1530 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Assistant United States Attorney-John Robert Jones. Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill

County,
Special Assistant United States Attorneys-

Truman D. Wade, Phoenixville, Chester County,
Joseph L. Kun, The Clinton, Philadelphia,
Robert V. Bolger, 1635 North Thirty-third Street,

Philadelphia,
Henry B. Friedman, Allentown, Lehigh County,
Rohert M. Anderson. 1308 Moylan Avenue, Phila-

delphia,
Marshal-W. Frank Mathues, Chester, Delaware County,
Clerk-George Brodbeck, 3804 Locust Street, Philadelphia,
Chief Deputy-Thcodore L. Cobaugh, 1236 South Forty-fifth Street, Philadelphia,

4,000 4,000

3,600 3,600 4,500 2,500

Middle District.

The District is composed of the Counties of Adams, Bradford, Cameron, Carbon, Centre
Clinton, Columbia, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lackawanna,
Lebanon, Luzerne, Lycoming, Mimin, Monroe, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Pike, Potter,
Snyder, 'Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union, Wayne, Wyoming and York.
Sessions commence as follows:

At Sunbury, second Monday of January,
At Williamsport, first Monday of June.
At Scranton, second Monday of March and third Monday of October.

At Harrisburg, first Monday of May and December,
Judge Charles B. Witmer, Sunbury, Northumberland County, appointed March 1.
1911,

7.500 Clerk to District Judge Wilson H. Snyder, Sunbury. Northumberland County,

1,640 United States Attorney--Andrew B. Dunsinore, Wellsboro, Tioga County,

4,500 Assistant District Attorneys--A. A. Vosburg, Scranton, Lackawanna County,

2.750 Herman F. Reich, Sunbury, Northumberland County,

2,100 Marshal_John H. Glass, Shamokin, Northumberland County,

4,000 Chief Deputy-Hugh J. Evans, Scranton, Lackawanna County,

1,680 Deputies-George Green. Scranton, Lackawanost ('outy.

1,260 Andrew J. Horr. Harrishurg. Dauphin County,

1,260 Clerk-George C. Scheuer, Scranton, Lackawanna (outr,

4,000 Chief Deputy Clerk--Samuel W. liofiori. Scranton. Lackawanna County,

2.000 Deputy Clerk-Robert G. Luhmann. Scranton. Tackawanna County,

1.900 Western District.

The District is composed of the Counties of Allegheny, Armstrong. Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Eik. Erie, Fayette, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Warren, Washington and Westmore. land.

Sessions commence as follows:

At Pittsburgh, first Monday of May and second Monday of Noveanber.
At Erie, third Monday of March and September.

Salary.

$7.300

7,500 4,500 3,000

3,000

3,000

Judges-W. H. S. Thomson, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County,

Robert M. Gihson. Pittshurgh, Allegheny County,
United States Attorney-Walter Lyon, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County,
Assistant United States Attorneys-W. Heber Dithrich, Coraopolis, Allegheny County,

Felix

B. Snowdon, 5826 Feree Street, Pitts-
burgh, Allegheny County,
Arnold M. Roplogle, 313 Oakland Avenue, Pitts-

burgh, Allegheny County,
Special Assistant United States Attorneys George V. Moore, 435 Arabella Street,

Knoxville Borough, Alleglienty ('ounty,
Warren H. Vankirk, 1232 Liverpool

Street, North Side, Pittsburgh, Alle

gheny County,
Arthur W. Henderson, 134

Kennels

Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County,
Marshal--James C. McGregor, Indiana. Indiana County,
Clerk-J. Wood Clark, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County,

3,000

3,000 3,000

4.000 4.500

United States Commissioners for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

John C. Arnold, Clearfield, Clearfield County,
Orson J. Graham. Erie, Erie County.
Frank W. Grant, Erie, Erie County,
F. A. Holbert, Somerset, Somerset County,
Roger Knox, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County,
Harry L. Moore, Erie, Erie County,
James P. O'Laughlin, Clearfield, Clearfield County,
John C. Russell, Bedford, Bedford County,
Curtis M. Shawkey, Warren, Warren County,
Ray Patton Smith, Johnstown, Cambria County,
Samuel I. Stoner, Altoona, Blair County,
Nathan S. Williams. Pittsburgh. Allegheny County,
Samuel B. Wilson, Beaver. Beaver County,
Elizabeth 0'Malon, Belford, Men Colity,

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John J. Pershing, (General of the Armies,
Chief of Staff),

Sept. 3, 1919, Missouri,

Major Generals. Charles G. Morton,

May 15, 1917, Maine, Robert L. Bullard,

Nov. 27, 1918, Alabama, James G. Harbord,

Sept. 8, 1919, Illinois, Francis J. Kernan,

Oct. 14, 1919, Florida, Charles P. Summerall,

Apr. 5, 1920, Florida, Clarence R. Edwards,

Mar. 5. 1921, Ohio, John L. Hines,

Mar. 5, 1921, West Virginia, Henry T. Allen,

Mar. 6, 1921, Kentucky, David C. Shanks,

Mar. 6, 1921, Virginia, Adelbert Cronkhite,

Mar. 7, 1921, New York, William M. Wright,

Mar. 7, 1921,

New Jersey, George W. Read,

Mar. 8, 1921, Iowa, Charles H. Muir,

Mar. 8, 1921, Michigan, Charles T. Menoher,

Mar. 8, 1921 Pennsylvania, George Bell, Jr.,

Mar. 22, 1921, District of Columbia, Charles J. Bailey,

Oct. 6. 1921, New York, Samuel D. Sturgis,

Oct. 7, 1921, North Dakota, Harry C. Hale,

Nov. 2. 1921, Illinois, Omar Bundy,

Dec. 23, 1921, Indiana, Edward F. McGlachlin, Jr.,

April 1, 1922, Wisconsin, James H. McRae,

May 21, 1922, Georgia,

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Brigadier Generals.

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Joseph E. Kuhn,
Chase W. Kennedy,
Richard M. Blatchford,
Edwin B. Babbitt,
John D. Barrette,
William S. Graves,
Andre' W. Brewster,
Edward M. Lewis,
Dougias MacArthur,
Grote Hutcheson,
Walter H. Gordon,
George B. Duncan,
Ernest Hinds,
William Weigel,
Ulysses G. McAlexander,
Mark L. Hersey,
Robert L. Howze,
Eli A. Helmick,
Wiliam Lassiter,
Fred W. Sladen,
Harry H. Bandholtz,
Hanson E. Ely,
William R. Smith,
Dwight E. Aultman,
Johnson Hagood,
Dennis E. Nolan,
William D. Connor,
Fox Conner,
Preston Brown,
Malin Craig,
Henry D. Todd, Jr.,
Albert J. Bowley,
William H. Johnston,
Robert Alexander,
Robert E. Callan,
Frank L. Winn.
Charles H. Martin,
Edgar Russel,
Joseph C. Castner,
Benjamin A. Poore,
George V. H. Moseley,
William H. Hay,
Edmund Wittenmyer.
Paul B. Malone,
Harry A. Smith,
Samson L. Faigon.

Jan. 2, 1917, Kansas,
May 15, 1917, Ohio,
May 15, 1917, New York,
Feb. 12, 1918, Washington,
Feb. 21, 1918, Louisiana,
Jan. 7, 1920, Texas,
Jan. 8, 1920, Pennsylvania,
Jan. 9, 1920, Indiana,
Jan. 20, 1020, Wisconsin,
Mar. 5, 1921, Ohio,
Mar. 3. 1921, Louisiana,
Mar. 5, 1921, Kentucky.
Mar. 5, 1921, Alabama,
Mar. 5, 1921, New Jersey,
Mar. 0, 1921, Kansas,
Mar. 5, 1921, Maine,
Mar. 5, 1921, Texas,
Mar, 5, 1921, Kansas,
Mar. 5, 1921, Virginia,
Mar. 5, 1921, Nebraska,
Mar. 5, 1921, Michigan,
Mar. 5, 1921, Iowa,
April 27, 1921, Tennessee,
April 27, 1921, Pennsylvania,
April 27, 1921, South Carolina,
April 27, 1921, New York,
April 27, 1921, Iowa,
April 27, 1921, Mississippi,
April 28, 1921, Kentucky,
April 28, 1921, Pennsylvania,
April 29, 1921, Pennsylvania,
April 29, 1921, California,
April 30, 1921, Ohio,
April 30, 1921, Maryland,
June

9, 1921, Tennessee,
Oct. 2, 1921, Kentucky,
Oct.

10, 1921, Illinois,
Oct. 11, 1921, Missouri,
Nov. 14, 1921, New Jersey,
Dec. 21, 1921, Massachusetts,
Dec. 23, 1921, Illinois,
April 11, 1922, Florida,
April 12, 1922, Ohio,

Apr. 27, 1922, New York,
May 10, 1922, Kansas,
June 5, 1922, North Carolina,

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