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REGISTER 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE ATTOKNEY GENERAL 
BY THE APPOINTMENT CLEHK 



TWENTIETH EDITION 



January 24, 191Z 



VERNMENT PRINTING OFFICK 




^J 



•• •• 






• , 



• • • 



CONTENTS 



Part I. PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT IN WASH- 
INGTON 13 

Part II. UNITED STATES COURTS 29 

Part III. MISCELLANEOUS 209 

Part IV. APPENDIX 225 

(3) 



INDEX TO SUBJECTS. 



Page. 

Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1911 228 

Attorneys General of the* United States and certain other officers of the Depart- 
ment of Justice, 1789-1911 225 

Chief Justices of the United States, 1789-1911 228 

Chief Justices and Judges of the Court of Claims, 1855-1911 230 

Circuit Courts of Appeals 35 

Circuit Judges 41 

Clerks, Circuit Courts of Appeals 40 

Clerks of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1790-1911 230 

Commerce Court 34 

Court of Claims 32 

Court of Customs Appeals 33 

District courts, by districts 45 

Duties of officers of the department in Washington 25 

Justices of the Municipal Court, District of Columbia 70 

National Training School (trustees) 220 

Officers of Department of Justice, 1789-1911 225 

Present officers of the department in Washington 13 

Presiding Judge and Associate Judges, Court of Customs Appeals, 1910-1911. . . 231 

Presiding Judge and Associate Judges, Commerce Court, 1910-1911 231 

Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans 211 

Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga 215 

Penitentiary , Mc Neil I sland , Wash 219 

Reform School for Girls of the District of Columbia (trustees) 221 

Summary of appointments 7 

Supreme Court of the United States 31 

Table showing districts comprising each judicial circuit, district and circuit 

judges therein, and Justice of Supreme Court assigned thereto. 35 

(5) 



SUMMARY OF APPOINTMENTS. 



APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT. 

[* Indicates that the law does not require confirmation by the Senate.] 

United States Supreme Court 9 

Court of Claims 5 

Court of Customs Appeals ^ 6 

Courts of the District of Columbia 17 

Circuit judges 34 

District judges 91 

Territorial judges 34 

District attorneys 86 

United States marshals 86 

OflScials of the Department in Washington 16 

^CommissionerB of deeds of the District of Columbia (approximately) ... 30 

♦Notaries public, District of Columbia (approximately) 800 

•Trustees of reform schools, District of Columbia 16 

1, 230 

APPOINTMENTS BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.. 

Official and clerical force of the Department in Washington (approxi- 
mately)....... 320 

United States penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. (approximately) 96 

United States penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. (approximately) 99 -f 

United States penitentiary, McNeil Island, Washington (approximately) . 20 

Assistant district attorneys (approximately) 145 

Special assistant attorneys (approximately) ^ 100 

Customjs Division 25+ 

Enforcement of acts to regulate commerce ^ 2 

S07 



Total 2, 037 

Total number of officials and employees connected with Department of Justice, in- 
cluding court officials and employees, is about 5,700. 

^ Appointed in special cases and not included in this register. 

(7) 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 

Clerks and deputy clerks of United States courts are appointed by the respective 
courts. 

United States commissioners are appointed by the United States district courts in 
each judicial district. 

Clerks to United States attorneys are employed by the respective district attorneys, 
when authorized by the Attorney General. 

Office deputy marshals, whose principal duties are serving process, are appointed 
by the respective United States marshals, when authorized by the Attorney General. 
Other office deputies are appointed by the United States marshal from certification. 

The following are not included in this register: 

Stenographers to judges are employed by the respective judges, when authorized 
by the Attorney General. • 

Field deputy maishals are appointed by the respective United States marshals. 

Criers are appointed bx the United States circuit and district courts. 

Bailiffs are appointed by the United States marshals. 

Guards at United States jails are employed by the United States marshals, when 
authorized by the Attorney General. 

Referees in bankruptcy are appointed by the respective courts of bankruptcy. 

(8) 



f>^RT I. 



PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT IN WASHINGTON, WITH 

A SYNOPSIS OF THEIR DUTIES. 



(9) 



NOTES. 

THE DATE OF APPOINTMENT IS THE DATE THE APPOINTMENT TOOK 

EFFECT. 



The proYisioxis of the act of Congress approved Maroh 3, 1911 (36 Stat., ohap. 231), which 
is efleotive January 1, 1912, have been observed In the preparation of this edition. 

(11) 



• • . 

• • • 






.*.• 






DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. .-•': 



•:••.• 



.••• 



OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. •.-* 

(K Street betvreen Vermont Avenue and Fifteenth Street. Fbone, Main 196.)** 

Statutory Positions. 



" •• • 



Name and office. 



APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT 
AND CONFIRMED BY THE 

SENATE. 



Attorney General. 



George W. Wickersham, 



Solicitor General. 



Frederick W. Lehmann 



Assistant to the Attorney 
General. 



James A. Fowler, 



Assistant Attorneys General, 



John Q. Thompson 



William R. Harr 



Winfred T. Denison. 



William H. Lewis *. 



Ernest Knaebel • 



Charles W. Cobb • 



Salary. 



$12,000 



10,000 



7,000 



5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 



Original 
appointment. 



Mar. 5, 1909 



Dec. 19,1910 



June 18,1908 



July 24,1901 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



# 



State.''* .- 

• • • 



Mar. 5, 1909 



Dec. 19,1910 



N. Y. 



Mo. 



May 15,1911 I Tenn. 



Dec 20,1907 * Kans. 



June 1,1902 June 9,1909 D. C. 



Feb. 1,1910 , Feb. 1,1910 N. Y. 



Mar. 27, 1911 Mar. 27, 1911 | ^fass. 



Sept. 16,1909 



May 15,1911 




5,000 

e of defense In Indian De^iedation C^ainu. 

ointed attorney, on 
terior Department. 

(13) 



May 9,1911 I Colo. 



May 15,1911 ! Cal 



7 appointed_attoraey, omoe of Attorney General, at 15,000. 
to ute " 






• « 



• • 



14 



• • ■ 



OFFIQJ?/0F THE ATTORNEY GENERAL—Continued. 
Statutory Positions — Gontmued. 



• •. 






.••, 






Naigi^ igid office. 



• - » 



APPOJNTEI) BY THE FBESIDEMT 
AJtD**iOONFIRlfED BT THE 

ssN^TB — continued . 



\" -Assistant Attorney General^ 
'<■ Post Office Department. 



Russell P. Goodwin * 



Solicitor for the Department of 
State. 



J. Reuben Clark, jr. 



Solicitor of the Treasury. 



William T. Thompson, 



Assistant Solicitor of Treasury. 



Felix A. Reeve 



Solicitor^ Department of Com- 
merce and Labor. 



Charles Earl 



Assistant Solicitor^ Department 
of Commerce and Labor. 



Edward T. Quigley. 



Solicitor of Internal Revenue. 



Fletcher Maddox. 



Salary. 



$5,000 



Original 
appoiQtment. 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



State. 



May 16,1904 



5,000 



5,000 



3,000 



5,000 



3,000 



5,000 



July 1, 1910 



Oct. 1, 1910 



Aug. 5, 1897 



June 18,1906 



May 16,1904 



111. 



July 1, 1910 



Utah 



Oct. 1,1910 



Nebr. 



Aug. 5, 1897 



Tenn. 



July 1, 1908 



Md. 



Nov. 23, 1905 July 12, 1911 



N. Y. 



May 23,1908 July 1,1909 



Mont. 



1 Appointed by Postmaster General. 



15 



OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued. 
Statutory Positions — Continued. 



Name and office. 



APPOINTED BY THE ATTORNEY 
GENERAL. 



Chitf Clerk and Superintendent 
of Buildings. 



Grin J. Field. 



Private Secretary and Assistant 
to Attorney General. 



Frank Cole. 



Superintendent of Prisons. 



Robert V. La Dow. 



Assistant Superintendent of 
Prisons. 



Clifford H. McGlasson. 



Appointment Clerk. 



Charles B. Somborger. 



Attorney in Charge of Pardons. 



James A. Finch 



Disbursing Clerh. 



James H. Mackey. 



Attorney in Charge of Titles. 



Henry T>. Gilbert, 



Salary. 



Original 
appointment. 



13, 500 Feb. 1, 1895 



3, 000 1 Mar. 5, 1909 



4, 000 I Feb. 11, 1881 



2, 500 Mar. 24, 1904 



2, 000 Dec. 8, 1894 



3, 000 : Mar. 12, 1890 



2, 750 Mar. 21, 1901 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



July 1. 1911 



Mar. ^5,1909 



July 1, 1911 



July 1,1910 



July 1, 1905 



July 1, 1910 



June 18,1909 



State. 



Kans. 



N. Y. 



N. Y. 



Ohio 



Md. 



N. Y. 



Colo. 



3,500 Aug. 31,1903 Nov. 7,1911 Mich. 



16 



OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued. 
Statutory Positions— Continued. 



Name and office. 



APPOINTED BY THE ATTORNEY 

GENERAL — Continued. 



Chid of Division of 
investigation. 



Stanley W. Finch 



Chief of Division of Accounts, 



John J. Glover. 



Chief Bookkeeper and Record 
Clerk, Div. Accts. 



Edward M. Kennard. 



Assistant Examiner oj Titles. 



Chas. H. Jennings. 



Librarian. 



George Kearney. 



Attorneys. 



Oliver E. Pagan, 



Jesse C. Adkins, 



William J. Hughes. 
William C. Herron. 
Loring C. Christie. 



Salary. 



13,500 



2,500 



Original 
appointment. 



Aug. 24,1893 



Oct. 2, 1894 



2,000 



2,000 



Apr. 4, 1893 



Oct. 11,1911 



1,800 Nov. 16,1905 



5,000 
5,000 
3,250 
! 3,000 

I 3,000 

I 

I 2,500 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



State. 



July 1, 1911 



Nov. 16,1903 



May 27,1911 



May 1, 1885 



July 5, 1911 



Oct. 7, 1910 



N. Y. 



July 1, 1900 



Ohio. 



July 1,1906 



Md. 



Dec. 5, 1911 



Ga. 



July 1,1911 



Va. 



Oct. 1, 1904 



May 27,1911 



Nov. 17,1905 



July 5, 1911 



Nov. 16,1911 



111. 
D. C. 
Pa. 
Ohio. 
D. C. 



17 



OFFICE OF TH£ ATTORNEY GENERAL^-Oontinoed. 
Statutory Positioks — Contmued. 



Name and office. 



AFPOINTBD BY THE ATTORNEY 

OBNBRAL — continued. 



Assistant Attorneys. 



Glenn E. Husted. 



F. E. Hutchins. 



Sinclair B. Sheibley. 



Charles W. Logan. 



William W. Lemmond. 



Law Clerks. 



John R. Gaskins. 



John R. Hinton. 



Joseph P. Rudy. 



Salary. 



Onginal 
appointment. 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



State. 



$3,500 



2,750 



2,600 



2,400 



2,000 



2,000 



2,000 



1,800 



Sept 29,1899 



June 1,1898 



Dec. 26,1882 



July 1, 1910 



Feb. 26,1907 



Aug. 18,1902 



Oct. 27,1903 



Mar. 1, 1889 



May 16,1911 



May 16,1909 



July 1, 1899 



July 1, 1910 



May 16,1911 



Mich. 



Ohio. 



Ga. 



Ky. 



N. C. 



July 1, 1911 



Aug. 9, 1911 



Aug. 9, 1911 



Va. 



Mass. 



Pa. 



16111—12 2 



18 



OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued, 
SNPORCBMBNT OF ANTITRUST LAWS. 



Name and office. 



AFPOINTBD BY THE ATTORNEY 

GENERAL — Continued . 

Assistant to the Attorney 
Qeneral, 



James A. Fowler. 



Special Assistants to the Attor- 
ney General. 



Barton Gomeau^. 



Edwin P. Grosvenor. 



dark McKercher. 



William S. Gregg. 



W. T. Ghantland. 



Henry E. Colton 



Stanley D. Montgomery. 



Lincoln R. Clark 



Salary. 



Original 
appointment. 



$7,000 



June 18,1908 



4,500 



4,500 



4,500 



4,000 



3,500 



3,000 



2,500 



2,250 



Apr. 19,1909 



July 5, 1905 



July 1, 1907 



Apr. 1, 1902 



Mar. 15,1911 



May 15,1909 



July 17,1911 



Dec. 14,1911 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



May 15,1911 



Oct 1, 1910 



State. 



Tenn. 



111. 



Jan. 1, 1911 N. Y 



Apr. 16, 1911 ! Waph. 



Jan. 1, 1912 



June 15,1911 



Nov. 16,1911 



Jan. 1, 1912 



Dec. 14,1911 



Pa. 



Iowa. 



N.Y. 



Mich. 



Mo. 



19 



OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued. 
Statutory Positions— Continued. 

DEFENDING SUITS IN CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES. 

(OiBoe No. 8 Jatikaan Place KW.) 



Name and office. 



Salary. 



Assistant Attorney General, , 
John Q. Thompson, . /. $5, 000 




Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



Attorneys, 

John W. Trainer .. , 

Frederick DeC. Faust. 



Franklin W. Collins, 



Philip M. Ashford, 



Charles F. Kincheloe. 



George M. Anderson. 



Malcolm A. Coles. 



William F. Norris, 



Arthur J. McCabe. 



Matt L.Blake 



Samuel S. Ashbaugh. 



George £. Boren 



J. H. Graves. 



William H. Lamar, 



Percy M. Cox... 
Charles F. Jones. 



Assistant Attorneys, 



William W. Scott. 



< I 



3,600 
3,500 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 



3,000 
3,000 
2,750 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 



July 24,1901 Dec. 20,1907 



July 1, 1896 

May 4, 1904 

Nov. 1, 1897 

Aug. 1, 1899 



Mar. 8, 1905 

Dec. 16,1909 

Nov. 1, 1897 

June 10,1903 



Sept 1,1897 May 16,1906 



Jan. 1, 1901 



May 16,1906 



July 1, 1904 [ July 1, 1907 

Nov. 9, 1908 I Nov. 9, 1908 

I 
I 

Oct. 4, 1909 j Oct. 4, 1909 

July 1,1907 June 16,1910 



July 24,1897 

July 1, 1907 

Nov. 21,1904 

May 26,1903 

May 16,1906 

Mar. 15, 1897 

June 28,1901 



State. 



Kans. 



Ohio. 
D. C. 
Nebr. 
Ohio. 

m. 

Md. 
Va. 
P. L 
Kans. 
Wyo. 



May 16,1906 

July 1, 1907 

Aug. 1, 1911 

Sept 15,1909 



Oct 16,1906 
Aug. 1, 1911 



W.Va. 

Kans. 

Tenn. 

Va. 

Md. 

Md. 



June 18,1910 Ind. 



20 



aPFICE OF THE ATTORNEY QENERAI — Continued. 

PUBLIC LANDS DIVISIOK. 



Name and office. 



Appointed by the attorney 
GENERAL — Continued . 



Assistant Attorney General, 



V 

Ernest Knaebel 



Attorneys, 



Maraden G. Burch. 



David B.Caldwell. 



Frank E. Elder » 



Stephen W. Williams. 



Special Assistants to the Attor- 
ney General. 



Willis N. Mills. 



Henry C. Lewis. 
Frank'Hall 



Chafles S. Easterling. 



Assistant Attorney, 



Austin Harveycutter 



Law Clerks. 



Alex. H. Semmes. 



James C. Crawford. 



Salary. 



$6,000 



5,000 



3,750 



3,000 



3,000 



4,000 



4,000 



4,000 



2,000 



2,000 



2,000 



1,800 



Original 
appointment. 



Sept. 16,1909 



July 16,1897 



June 1, 1894 



Aug. 3, 1911 



Aug. 5, 1911 



Apr. 29,1909 



Feb. 26,1900 



May 6, 1907 



July 6, 1896 



July 5, 1904 



Feb. 26,1902 



Aug. 18,1911 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



May 9, 1911 



June 24,1908 



Aug. 1, 1911 



Aug. 3, 1911 



Aug. 5, 1911 



Nov. 10,1909 



Aug. 1, 1911 



Feb. 12,1910 Okla. 



Aug. 1, 1911 



Aug. 1, 1911 



State. 



Colo. 



Mich, 



m. 



Ohio. 



s. c. 



Mich. 



Ga. 



Kana. 



D.C. 



Sept. 16,1908 



Aug. 18,1911 



D.C. 



La. 



» 'f emporary. 



21 



OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued. 
DEFENSE IN INDIAN DEPREDATION CLAIMS. 



Name and office. 


Salary. 


Original 
appointment. 


4 

Appointment 

to present 

^rade. 


State. 


APPOINTED BY THE ATTORNEY 

OENERATi — continued . 






« 




Assistant Attorney General. 










William H. Lewis , 


$5,000 


Mar. 27,1911 


Mar. 27,1911 


Mass. 


Attorney. 


4» 


Georee T. Stormont. . - : 


• 

3,500 Sent- 28.1900 


Nov. 1, 1911 


Mich. 


Special Attorneys. 




^ " , - 






John A. Hendricks 


p. d. 10 


Jan. 22*, 1901 , Mar. 7, 1911 

1 


N. 0. 


Ellflworth Ingalls 


p.d. 8 


1 
Nov.'^15,1897 Nov. 15,1897 


Kans. 


John Stansbury 


p.d. 8 


June 9,1899 June 9,1899 


lU. 



SPECIAL ASSISTANTS TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. 



Henry C. Gauas. 



Blackburn Esterline. , 



Harry S. Ridgely. 



Special Investigator and As- 
sistant to the Attorney Gen- 
eral, 



Wrisley Brown. 



$3, 500 I Dec. 17, 1906 



3, 000 \ Mar. 1, 1911 



2, 500 ' July 1, 1904 



Feb. 1,1909 ! Mass. 



July 1,1911 I lU. 



May 16,1911 



D. C. 



4, 000 Mar. 18, 1909 



Sept. 1, 1911 Me. 



22 



CUSTOMS DIVISION— NEW YORK CITY. 
Statxjtory Positions. 

[Acts of Aug. 5, 1909, and Feb. 25, 1910.] 



Name and office. 



APPOINTED BY THE ATTOBNBT 

OENERAL— continued . 



Assistant Attorney General, 




William L. Wemple, 



Deputy Assistant Attorney Qen- 
eral. 



William K. Payne. 



Attorneys. 



John A. Kemp * 



Thomas Settle. 



Charles E.McNabb 2 



Leland N. Wood 



(Vacancy). 



$8,000 



Apr. 6, 1909 



7,500 



5,000 



5,000 



4,500 



3,000 



2,500 



Aug. 13,1909 



Sept. 4, 1906 



July 7, 1910 



Dec. 26,1907 



Nov. 1, 1910 



Appointment 

to present 

grade. 



July 22,1911 



Aug. 13,1909 



Dec. 1, 1909 



July 7, 1910 



May 1, 1911 



State. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N. C. 



D. C. 



Sept. 1, 1911 i N. Y. 



1 Appointed Solicitor of Customs Sept. 4, 1906. 



« Located at Washington, D. C. 



23 



CUSTOMS DIVISION—NTEW YORK CITY— Continued. 

NONSTATUTOBY POSITIONB. 
CONDUCT OP CUSTOMS CASES. 



Name and office. 



APPOINTED BY THE ATTORNEY 

GENERAL — Continued . 



Special Attorneys and Coun- 
selon at Law. 



William A. Robertson 



Martin T. Baldwin. 



Edwin R. Wakefield 



Thomaa J. Doherty. 



Charles D. Lawrence 



Charles Duane Baker. 



Special Attorney and Chief 
Clerk. 



Frank L. Lawrence. 



Stenographers. 



Patrick J. Donohue. 



Byron A. Benton. 



May C. Wilkinson. 



Mary L. Walker. 



Grace M. Propson. 



Roy A. Dye « 



Salary. 



$4,000 



4,000 



4,000 



4,000 



4,000 



3,500 



3,750 



1,800 



1,600 



1,100 



1,100 



1,100 



900 



Original 
appointment. 



Appointment 
to present 



iMar. 23,1907 May 1,1911 



iDec. 6,1906 



1 Mar. 2, 1909 



Apr. 1, 1910 



■do.. 



Nov. 4, 1909 



May 1, 1911 



State. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



May 1,1911 N.Y. 



May 1, 1911 



May, 1,1911 



May 1, 1911 



Apr. 1,1910 May 1,1911 



Apr. 11,1910 



Apr. 22,1910 



Apr. 1, 1909 



May 21,1910 



Aug. 15,1910 



Aug. 26,1911 



May 1, 1911 



May 1, 1911 



May 1, 1911 



May 1, 1911 



May . 1,1911 



Aug. 26,1911 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y. 



Ky. 



Tm 



1 Appointed Assistant Solicitor of Customs. 



'Located at Waahington, D. 0. 



24 



CUSTOMS DIVISION— NEW YORK CITY— Continued. 
NoNSTATUTOBT PoficnoNS — Continued. 

CONDUCT OP CUSTOMS CASBS-^ontinued. 



Name and office. 


Salary. 


Original 
appointment. 


Appointment 

to present 

grade. 


State. 


APPOINTED BY THE ATTORNEY 

GENERAL — Continued. 






« 




Telephone Operator. 










LiUian HiUyer (Mrs.) 


$900 


Jan. 15, 1910 


July 1, 1910 


N.Y. 


Messenger Boy. 










Herbert RoBenfeld -,..., 


500 


Nov. 1, 1909 


July 1, 1910 


N. Y. 


to 

Office Boy. 








Giacomo QuaghliarieUo 


500 


July 25,1910 


May 1, 1911 


N.Y. 


Charwoman.. 










Mary L. Smith (Mrs.) 


p. m. 30 


Sept. 6,1910 


Sept. 6, 1910 


N.Y. 



DUTIES OF THE OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT 

OF JUSTICE. 



ATTORNEY GENERAL. ' 

The Attorney General is the head of th6 Department of Justice and the chief law 
officer of the Government. He represents the United States in matters involving 
legal questions; he gives his advice and opinion when they are re<)uired by the Presi- 
dent or by the heads of the other executive departments on questions of law arising 
in the administration of their respective departments; he appears in the Supreme 
Court of the United States in cases of especial gravity and importance; he exercises 
a general superintendence and direction over United States attorneys and marshals 
in all judicial districts in the States and Territories, and he provides special counsel 
for the United States whenever required by any department of the Government. 

SOLICITOR GENERAL. 

The Solicitor General assists the Attorney General in the performance of his gen- 
eral duties, and by special provision of law, in case of a vacancy in the office of Attorney 
General, or of his absence or disability, exercises all those duties. Under the direc^ 
tion of the Attorney General, he has general charge of the business of the Government 
in the Supreme Court of the United States, and is assisted in the conduct and argu- 
ment of cases therein by the Assistant Attorneys General. He also, with the approval 
of the Attorney General, prepares opinions rendered to the President and the heads 
of the executive departments, and confers with and directs the law officers of the 
Government throughout the country in the performance of their duties. When the 
Attorney General so directs, any case in which the United States is interested, ih 
any comrt of the United States, may be conducted and argued by the Solicitor Gen- 
eral, and he may be sent by the Attorney General to attend to the interests of the 
United States in any State court, or elsewhere. 

THE ASSISTANT TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

The Assistant to the Attorney General has special charge of all suits and other 
Blatters arising imder the Federal antitrust and interstate commerce laws, and per- 
forms such other duties as may be required of him by the Attorney General. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS GENERAL. 

The several Assistant Attorneys General assist the Attorney General in the per- 
formance of his duties. They assist in the argument of cases in the Supreme Court 
and in the preparation of legal opinions. 

Three Assistant Attorneys General are located in the main department building 
at 1435-K Street, and, in addition to their general duties, particular subjects are 
assigned to them by the Attorney General for the transaction of business arising 
thereunder with the United States attorneys, other departments, and private parties 
in interest f 

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26 

The office of the Assistant Attorney General, including a number of assistant attor- 
neys and clerks, charged with defending suits in the Court of Claims, is located at 
8 Jackson Square. 

The Assistant Attorney General charged with the defense of Indian depredation 
claims is located in the Bond Building, at the comer of Fourteenth Street and New 
York Avenue. 

The Assistant Attorney General in charge of the interests of the Government in all 
matters of reappraisem^nt and classification of imported goods in litigation before the 
several boards of United States General Appraisers and the Court of Customs Appeals 
is located at 641 Washington Street, New York City. 

The Assistai^t Attorneys General and the solicitors for the several executive 
departments, under the provisions of sections 349-50, Revised Statutes, exercise 
their functions under the supervision and control of the Attorney General. They 
are the Assistant Attorney General for the Department of the Interior, the Solicitor for 
the Department of State, the Solicitor of the Treasury, the Solicitor of Internal Reve- 
nue, and the Solicitor of the Department of Commerce and Labor. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR THE INTERIOR 

DEPARTMENT. 

This Assistant Attorney General is the chief law officer of that department. When 
requested, he advises the Secretary and Assistant Secretaries upon questions of law 
arising in the administration of the department. All appeals from the General Land 
Office are sent to his office for consideration. Oral arguments are heard by him in the 
more important cases, or by brief; and decisions are prepared under his supervision 
for the signature of the Secretary or First Assistant Secretary, as the case may be. 
The Assistant Attorney General is aided in this and his other work by a number of 
assistant attorneys. 

SOLICITOR FOR T«E DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

The Solicitor is the chief law officer of that department. He advises the Secretary 
and Assistant Secretaries upon questions of municipal and international law referred 
to him, passes upon claims of citizens of the United States against foreign Govern- 
ments, claims of subjects or citizens of foreign Governments against the United States, 
and upon applications for the extradition of criminals. The Assistant Solicitor acts as 
Solicitor in the absence of the latter, and in the division of the work of the office has 
general charge of extradition and citizenship matters. 

SOLICITOR OF THE TREASURY. 

The Solicitor of the Treasury is charged with the supervision of much of the litiga- 
tion of the Government, and it is his duty to give necessary instructions to United 
States attorneys, marshals, and clerks of courts in matters and proceedings appertain- 
ing to the suits under his superintendence, and to require reports from such officers; 
to take cognizance of all frauds or attempted frauds upon the revenue (customs) and 
to exercise a general supervision over the measures for their prevention and detection 
and for the prosecution of persons charged with the commission thereof; to have charge 
of lands acquired by the United States in payment of debts (except internal revenue) ; 
to make recommendations on offers of compromise (except in post-office cases and in 
internal-revenue cases before judgment); to effect the release of property owned or 
held by the United States where it has been attached; to approve the bonds of United 
States assistant treasurers, collectors of internal revenue, and department disbursing 
clerks, and to examine all contracts of, and official bonds filed in, the Treasury Depart- 
ment; to issue distress warrants against delinquent collectors and other officers receiv- 



27 

ing public money, and disbursing officers and their sureties; to examine titles to life- 
saving station sites; and, as the law officer of the Treasury Department, to give legal 
advice to the Secretary and other officers of that department on matters arising therein. 

SOLICITOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 

A Solicitor of Internal Revenue was added to the Internal-Revenue Office corps by 
the act of July 13, 1866 (14 Stat., 170), but by the act of June 22, 1870 (16 Stat., 162), 
organizing the Department of Justice, the Solicitor was formally transferred to that 
Department. He is the law officer and legal adviser of the Commissioner. The only 
duties of his of which mention is made by law are in connection with internal-revenue 
compromise cases, section 3229, Revised Statutes. 

SOLICITOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. 

The Solicitor is the chief law officer of that D^artment. His duties are to act as 
legal advisor for the Secretary of Gonunerce and Labor and the chiefe of the various 
bureaus of said Department, to prepare and examine all contracts and bonds entered 
into or required by the said Department; and to render such legal services in connec- 
tion with matters arising in the administrative work of the Department of Commerce 
and Labor as may be required of him by the Attorney General. 

THE PUBLIC LANDS DIVISION. 

This division was created by the Attorney General November 16, 1909. To it are 
assigned all suits and proceedings concerning the enforcement of the public land 
law, including suits or proceedings to set aside conveyances of allotted lands. 

CHIEF CLERK. 

The chief clerk, under the direction of the Attorney General, has general supervision 
of the clerks and employees; the consideration of applications for leave of absence; 
the direction of the force of laborers, charwomen, and watchmen; superintends all 
buildings occupied by the department in Washington, D. C; has charge of the horses, 
wagons, and carriages employed; has supervision of the division of mails and files; 
the purchase and distribution of supplies for the department and the United States 
courts; the expenditure of the appropriations for contingent expenses and rents; 
supervision of the library; the consideration of requisitions upon the Public Printer 
for printing and binding, and supervision of the preparation of the annual report and 
the estimates of the department. 

DISBURSING CLERK. 

The disbursing clerk disburses funds from more than forty appropriations under the 
direction of the Attorney General, including the salaries of the justices of the Supreme 
Court of the United States, the judges of the other United States coiirts throughout the 
country, including the Territories; of the United States attorneys, marshals, and other 
court officials, and of the officials of the department proper; the contingent expenses 
of the Department, and other miscellaneous appropriations. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PRISONS. 

The superintendent of prisons has charge, under the direction of the Attorney 
General, of all matters relating to United States prisons and prisoners, including the 
support of such prisoners in both State and Federal penitentiaries, in reform schools, 
and in county jails. He has supervision over the construction work in progress at 
United States penal institutions. 



28 

The superintendent of prisons is ex officio the president of the boards of parole for 
the United States penitentiaries and the president of the board of parole for United 
States prisoners in each State or county institution used for the confinement of 
United States prisoners. 

APPOINTMENT CLERK. 

The appointment clerk has charge of all matters relating to applications, recommen- 
dations, and appointments, including certifications by the Civil Service Commission; 
conducts correspondence pertaining tiiereto; prepares nominations sent to the Senate; 
prepares commissions and appointments for the officers and employees of the Depart- 
ment in Washington, and for United States judges, attorneys, and marshals, and other 
officers under. the Department. He also compiles the Register of the Department of 
Justice and matter relating to that Department for the Official Register of the United 
States. 

ATTORNEY IN CHARGE OF PARDONS. 

The attorney in charge of pardons takes charge of all applications tor Executive 
clemency, except those in Army and Navy cases, these being referred to the Secretary 
of War and the Secretary of the Navy, respectively; of the briefing of the cases and 
the correspondence in relation to them. 

ATTORNEY IN CHARGE OF TITLES. 

The attorney in charge of titles prepares opinions upon the title to lands belonging 
to or sought to be acquired by the Government for public purposes and opiniMis upon 
all legal matters growing out of the same. He has charge of all proceedings to acquire 
land under eminent domain, and conducts all the correspondence relating to the above 
matters. 

DIVISION OF ACCOUNTS. 

The Division of Accounts examines accounts payable from judiciary appropriations, 
including accounts of United States marshals, attorneys, clerks, and commissioners; 
conducts the correspondence relating thereto; authorizes certain court expenses; 
supervises the advancing of funds to United States marshals; prepares certain data for 
the annual report, and compiles the estimates of appropriations. 

CHIEF, DIVISION OF INVESTIGATION. 

The Chief of the Division of Investigation has general supervision of the examina- 
tion of the offices and records of the Federal court officials throughout the United 
States, and directs the work of all the examiners, special agents, and accountants of 
the department, whose compensation or expenses are paid from the appropriation 
" Detection and prosecution of crimes," and who are employed for the purpose ol 
collecting evidence or of making investigations or examinations of any kind for this 
department or the officers thereof. 



I^JLRT II 



UNITED STATES COURTS, WITH THE OFFICERS THEREOF, AND THE 

TIMES AND PLACES OF HOLDING JHE SAME. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

COURT OF CLAIMS. 

COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS. 

COMMERCE COURT. 

CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS. 

CLERKS CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS. 

CIRCUIT JUDGES. 

DISTRICT COURTS, BY DISTRICTS. 



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SUPREME COURT OF THE ItNITED STATES. 



Name and oflBlce. 


Whence appointed. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


C}mf Jitstice, 
Edward D. White 


Louisiana 


» Dec. 12,1910 

Jan. 21, 1898 
Aug. 11, 1902 
Feb. 25, 1903 
Dec. 20, 1909 
May 2,1910 
Dec. 16, 1910 
Dec. 17, 1910 


115,000 


Associate Justices, 
JoBf^pl^ Mc^TTePTia 


California 


14,500 
14,500 


Oliver Wendell Holmes. 


Massachusetts 

Ohio 


William R. Dftv . 


14,500 
14,500 


Horace H. Lurton. 


Tennessee 


ChaA. E. Hnghep 


New York 


14,500 


Willis Van Devanter 


Wyomine 


14,500 


Jopeph Hiickef T/amar 


Georgia 


14,500 


Vacancy 




14,500 


Clerk, 
JameR H. McK^nnf^Y. 


District of Columbia . . . 
Kentucky. 


May 10, 1880 
Jan. 4, 1888 
Dec. 4,1902 


6,000 


Marshal, 
J.M. Wridit 


4,500 


Reporter, 
CharleR Henry Butler. 


New York.--., 


4,500 









> Appointed Associate Justice Feb. 19, 1894. 

Xonns.— Seoond Monday In October annually, and such adjoiimed or special terms as it may find 
necessary for the dispatch of business. (Sec. 684, R. S.) 

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32 



COURT OF CLAIMS. 



Name and ofl&ce. 

Chief Justice, 
Stanton J. Peelle 



Judges. 

Charles B. Howry 

FentonW. Booth.... 



George W. Atkinson 

Samuel S. Barney 

CMef Clerk. 

Archibald Hopkins ^ 

As^Uint CUrk. 

John Randolph 

Bailiff. 

Edward Keegin 

Stenographer to Chief Justice. 

Walter H. Moling 

Clerks. 
Fred C. Kleinschmidt 



Whence appointed. 



Indiana. 



Mississippi. 
Illinois 



West Viiginia. 
Wisconsin 



Massachusetts. 



Pennsylvania, 



New York, 



Missouri, 



Appointed. 



District of Columbia. . , 



Walter H. Lee i do. 



Harry N. StuU Maryland. 

I 
Chas. M. Fishback Illinois. . . 



Francis G. Ward District of Columbia. 

Stenographer. 
Lane D. Webber ! * . 

I 

Chief Messenger. ' 

I 
Thomas J. Nicholson- i Maryland 

Laborer. 



William H. Simms Maryland, 



>Jan. 1, 1906 

Jan. 28,1897 

Mar. 17, 1905 

2Jan. 16,1906 

Jan. 1, 1906 

Jan. 1,1873 

Dec. 2,1867 

June 6,1911 

July 1,1908 

July 1,1892 
Dec. 1,1906 
July 1,1«)7 
Oct. 15,1900 
Feb. 1,190.7 

June 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1909 

July 1,1911 



Salary. 



$6,500 

6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 



3,506 



2,500 



1,500 



1,600 

1,660 
1,400 
1,409 
1,200 
1,200 

1,200 

1,000 

660 



1 Appointed Judge, Court of Claims, Mar. 28, 1892. 
3 Date of recess appointment, Apr. 15, 1906. 

Term.— One annual session, beginning on the first Monday in December and continuing as long as 
may be necessary for tlie prompt disposition of tiie business of the court. (Sec. 1052, R. S.) 



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COURT OP CUSTOMS APPEALS. 

[Appointments under acts approved Aug. 5, 1909, and Feb. 5, 1910.] 



Name. 



Prending Judge, 
Robert M. Montgomery... 

Associate Judges. 
James F. Smith 



Orion M. Barber 

Marion De Vriee 

George E. Martin 

Marshal. 

Frank H. Briggs 

Clerk. 
Arthur B . Shelton 



Assistant Clerk. 

Charles M. Ayer 

Stenographic Clerks. 
RoyD. Lillie 



Rexford L. Holmes. 



Geoige F. De Venny. 
Harrison S. Thayer.. 
William H. Donovan. 



James T. Sherier, jr 

Stenographic Reporter. 
Thomas H. Clark 



Telephone Operator. 
Wilson L. Townsend 



Messenger. 
Charles W. Brown 



Official address. 



Wa8hington,D.C.(15th 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 



Washington,D.C.(16th 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 



Appointed. 



Mar. 30, 1910 



Alar. 30, 1910 



do ; Mar. 30,1910 

do Mar. 30,1910 

do Feb. 8,1911 



Washington,D.C.(15th Apr. 4,1911 
St. and N.Y.Ave.), i 



Wa8hington,D.C.(15th Apr. 25, 1910 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 



Wa8hington,D.C.(15th ' May 3, 1910 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 



Wa8hington,D.C.(15th ; Apr. 9, 1910 
St. and N.Y.Ave.).: 



-do ' Apr. 23,1910 

.do i June 13, 1910 

.do j June 20, 1910 

I 
do I Sept.20,1910 

do j Aug. 1,1910 



Wa8hington,D.C.(15th 
St, and N.Y.Ave.). 



Waflhington,D.C.(15th 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 



WMhington,D.C.(15th 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 



Apr. 22, 1910 



June 7,1910 



Apr. 23, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 

7,000 

7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

3,000 

3,500 

2,000 

1,600 

1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 

2,500 

35 mo. 



840 



16111—12- 



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COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS— Continued. 



Name. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Watchman, 
Frank G. Deutermann 


Washington,D.C.(15th 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 

WaflhiTigton,D.C.(15th 
St. and N.Y.Ave.). 


May 2,1910 
July 15, 1910 


$720 


Assistant Messenger. 
John L. Edmonds 


600 


* 





COMMERCE COURT. 

[Southern Building, Washington, D. C] 
(Act of June 18, 1910, 36 Stats., 540.) 



Name and office. 



Whence appointed. 



Judges. 

Martin A. Knapp 

Robert W. Archbald . . 
William H. Hunt 



John Emmett Garland. 



Julian W. Mack. 



Marshal. 

Frank Jerome Starek 

Deputy Marshal. 

James L. Murphy 

Clerk. 



New York 

Pennsylvania . 
Montana 



South Dakota. 



IlUnois. 



G. F. Snyder 

'Deputy Clerk. 
Wilbur S. Hinman 



Ohip.. 



Louisiana 



West Virginia.. 



Ohio. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Dec.20,1910» 
Jan. 31,1911> 
Jan. 31,1911> | 
Jan. 31,19114 
Jan. 31,1911» 

Feb. 8,1911 

Feb. 11,1911 

Feb. 8,1911 

Feb. 18,1911 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

3,000 

2,500 

4,000 

3,000 



1 Designated 
> Designated 

• Designated 
4 Designated 

* Designated 



to serve five years In Commerce Ck)urt (additional Circuit Judge, Second Circuit), 
to serve four years in Commerce 0>urt (additional Circuit Judge, Third Circuit), 
to serve three years in Commerce Court (additional Circuit Judge, Ninth Circuit), 
to serve two years in Commerce Court (additional Circuit Judge, Eighth Circuit), 
to swve one yelir in Commerce Court (additional Circuit Judge, Seventh Circuit). 



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UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS. 

"There ahaU be in each drcait a circuit court of ajypealSp which shall consist of three judges, of 
whom two ihall oonstitnte a quorum, and which shall be a court of record, with appellate Jurisdiction, 
as hereinafter limited and established." 

The Chief Justice and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court assigned to ^h circuit, and the 
several district judges within each circuit, shall be competent to sit as judges of the circuit court of 
appeals within their respective circuits * * * (Act Mar. 3, 1911, 36 Stat., 1131.) 

Table showing districts comprising each Judicial Circuit, the District and 
Circtiit Judges therein, and the Justices of the Supreme Court assigned 
thereto. 



Districts. 



Firtt ebreuU: 
Maine.. 



Massachusetts. 



New Hampshire. 

Rhode Island... 
Seeoni dreuU: 

C<Minecticut 



New York, northern. 



New York, southern. 



New York, eastern. 



New York, western. 

Verm<»it 

Third eircuU: 

I>elaware 



New Jersey. 



Pennsylvania, eastern . . . 



Pennsylvania, middle. 



Pomsylvania, western. . 



District judges. 



Clarence Hale. 



Frederic Dodge. 



Edgar Aldrich. 



Arthur L. Brown . 



Circuit judges. 



Le Baron B. Colt. 



■William L. Putnam. 



William Schofield. 



James P. Piatt. 



George W. Ray. 

"Vacancy 

Geoige G. Holt. . 

Chas. M. Hough. 
Learned Hand . . 



fThomas Ives Chatfield. 

.Van Vechten Veeder.. . 
John R. Hazel 



James L. Martin. 



Edward G. Bradford. 



Joseph Cross 

John Rellstab 

John B .McPherson . 

I James B. Holland. . 



Chas. B. Witmer. 



James S. Young. 



E. Henry Laoombe. 
Alfred C. Coxe 



Henry G.Ward.... 
Walter C. Noyes... 
Martin A. Knapp i. 



Qeoi^ Gray 

Joseph Buffington... 

William M. Lanning 
Robt.W\ Archbald ' 



Justices. 



Oliver Wendell Holmes. 



Charles E. Hughes. 



Horace H. Larton. 



Chas. P. Orr 

1 See Commerce Court, p. 34. 



36 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS— Continued. 



Districts. 



District Judges. 



Fourth circuit: 
Maryland. 



North Carolina, eastern. . . 
North Carolina, western. . . 

South Carolina 

Virginia, eastern 

Virginia, western 

West Virginia, northern . . 
West Virginia, southern... 
F^ eircuiL' " 



Alabama, northern. 



Alabama, middle and 
northern. 

Alabama, southern 



Florida, northern. 
Florida, southern. 



William I. Grubb. 



Thomas Q. Jones. 



Harry T.Toulmin. 



Wm. B. Sheppard. 



Georgia, northern William T. Newman 



James W. Locke. 



Georgia, southern • Emory Speer. 



Louisiana, eastern Rufus E. Foster 



Louisiana, western. 



Mississippi, northern and 
southern. 



Texas, northern. 
Texas, southern. 
Texas, eastern. . 



Texas, western . 



Sixth eircuiL' 



Kentucky, eastern. 



Kentucky, western. 



Michigan, eastern. 



Aleck Boarman. 



Henry C.NIles... 
Edward R. Meek. 
Waller T. Bums. 



Gordon Russell. 



Thomas S. Maxey. 



A. M. J. Cochran. 



Walter Evans. 



Alexis C. Angell. 



Circuit Joilges. 



f Thomas J. Morris 

John C. Rose 

Henry G. Connor 

Jas. Edmund Boyd 

Henry A. M. Smith 

Edmund WaddiU, jr... 
Henry C. McDowell . . . 

Alston G. Dayton 

Benjamin F. Keller 



Nathan Goff 

Jeter C.Pritchard.. 



Edward D. Wfaito. 



Don A. Pardee. 



^Andrew P. McCor- 
miek. 

David D.Shelby... 



John W.Warrington. 
Loyal £. Knappen. 
Arthur C. Denison. 



Joseph R. Lamar. 



Vacancy. 



37 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS— Contintwd. 



UlSUWUI. 



8kA eiretil»-€ontinaed. 
IflchJgan, weBtero . . . 



Ohio, northern. 



Ohio, SRmtbem. 



Tennessee, eastern and 
middle. 



Tennessee, western. 

Sevenik ebreiUL' 

Illinois, northern. . 



Illinois, eastern. 



Illinois, southern. 



Indiana. 



Wisconsin, eastern. 



Wisconsin, western . . . 

ElglUhdreuU: 

Arkansas, eastern 



Arkansas, western . 



Colorado 

Iowa, northern. 
Iowa, southern. 



Minnesota. 



Missouri, eastern. 



Missouri, western. 



Distrietjudfes. 



Clarence W. Sessions 

JohnM. KilUts 



Wm. L. Day. 



John £. Sater. 



Howard C. HoUiBter. 



Edward T. Sanford. 



John E. McCall. 



fKenesaw M. Landls. 
George A. Carpenter. 



1 



Francis M.Wright. 



J. Otis Humphrey. 



Albert B. Anderson. 



Vacancy, 



Arthur L. Sanborn. 



Jacob Txieber. 



Frank A. Youmans. 



Robert E. Lewis. 



Henry Thomas Reed. 



Smith McPherson. 



John C. Pollock. 



'Page Morris. 



Charles A. WiUard. 



Davld.P. Dyer. 



Ciroidt judges. 



John W. Warrington. 



Loyal E. Enappen. 



Arthur C. Denison. 



Arba S. Van Valken- 
burgh. 

1 See Commerce Court, p. 34. 



Francis E. Baker.... 



William H. Seaman. 



Christian C. Kohl- 
saiKt. 



Jiuilees. 



Julian W. Maek. 



Vacancy. 



Walter H. Sanborn.. 



WiUiamC. Hook... 



Elmer B. Adams... 



John Emmett Car- 
land.i 



Walter I. Smith. 



William R. Day. 



Willis Van Devanter. 



38 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS— Continued. 



Districts. 



^hih drcttft— Ciontlnued. 
Nebraska 



North Dakota. 



Oklahoma, eastern. Ralph E. Campbell 



District judges. 



William H. Hunger. 
.Thomas C. Munger.. 



Charles F. Amidon. 



Oklahoma, western . 



South Dakota. 



JohnH. Cotteral. 



James D. Elliott. 



Utah 1 John A. MarahaU. 



Wyoming. 



If0W liicxico. 



NhUhdrcuU: 

OaUfomia, northern. 



Oalifomia, southern OlinWeUbom 



John A. Riner. 



Idaho. 



Montana. 



Frank S. Dietrich. 



William H. Pope 

4 

John J. De Haven , 

William C. Van Fleet.. . , 



Nevada. I Edward S. Farrington... 



Oregon. 



rCharles E. Wolverton.. 



Washington, eastern. 



[Roberts. Bean. 



Frank H. Rudkin.. ., . . . 



f Cornelius H. Hanford. 



Washington, western . 



■■■••• 



George Donworth 

1 See Commerce Court, p. 34 



Circuit judges. 


Jottioes. 


Walter H. Sanborn.. 


• 


William C. Hook.... 




^Ehner B.Adams.... 


Willis Van Devaater. 


John Emmett Gar- 
land.! 




Walter I. Smith..... 


f 


William B.Oflbert.. 




Erskine M. Ross 




1 

William W. Morrow. 


Joseph MoKeona. 


WIIUamH. Hant>.. 






• 



39 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS— Continued. 



Districts. 



District judges. 



Circuit Judges. 



yUUh ejrettJ^— Continued. 



AUuka ; Thomas K. Lyons, Div. 

No. 1. 



' Cornelius D. Murane, 
Div. No. 2. 



Edward £. Cushman, 
Div. No. 3. 



Peter D. Overfield, Div. ; 
No. 4. I 



Arizona. 



Hawaii . 



EdwardKent, chief jus- ' 
tice. I 



Fletcher M. Doan, asso- ; 
ciate justice. 



** John H. Campbell, as- 
sociate justice. 



I Edward M. Doe, asso- 
ciate justice. 



Ernest W. Lewis, asso- 
ciate justice. 



Alexander G. M. Rob- 
ertson, chief justice. 



Antonio Perry, associate 
justice. 



John T. De Bolt, asso- 
ciate justice. 



Henry E. Cooper, judge 
first circuit. 



Wm. L. Whitney, judge 
first circuit. 



Wm. J. Robinson, Judge 
first circuit. 



! Selden B. Kingsbury, 
judge second cvcult. 

I John A. Matthewman, 
judge third circuit. 

< Charles F. Parsons, 
judge fourth circuit. 



J. Hardy, judge fifth 
circuit. 



Sanford B. Dole, U. S. 
district judge. 

Charies F. demons, 
U. S. district judge. 



Justices. 



William B. Gilbert.. 



Erskine M. Ross 



William W. Morrow. 



William H. Hunt* . 



Joseph McKenna. 



> See page 34* 



40 



CLERKS, UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OP APPEALS. 



Name. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


First Circuit. 
Francis M. Foeartv 


Boston, Mass 


July 1,1909 
May 10, 1897 
Feb. 1,1910 
June 16, 1891 
Nov. 1,1911 
.Oct. 3, 1894 
Oct. 20,1898 
June 16, 1891 
June 16, 1891 


$3,500 


Second Circuit. 

** • 

William Parkin 


NewYork, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

New Orleans, La.'. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chicaeo, 111 


3,500 


• 

Third Circuit. 
Saunders Lewis, ir 


3,500 


Fourth Circuit. 
Henrv T. Melonev 


3,500 
3«500 


Fifth Circuit. 
Frank H. Mortimer 


Sixth Circuit. 
Frank 0. Loveland 


3,500 


Seventh Circuit. 
Edward M. HoUoway 


3,500 


Eighth Circuit. 
John r>. Jordan 


St. Louis, Mo 

San Francisco, Cal — 


3,500 


Ninth Circuit. 
Fr*iiik Ti, Monoktron. , 


4,000 







Times and places of hoMlng Circuit Courts of Appeals.— First circuit: Annual term, first TQe»> 
day in October; stated sessions, first Tuesday in every month; sessions for hearing cases, first Tuesday 
in January and October, euid second Tuesday in April, at Bostoriy Mass. 

Second circuit: Second Monday in October, at New York City, 

Third circuit: First Tuesday in March and first Tuesday in October, at Philadelphia. 

Fourth circuit: first Tuesday in^February, first Tuesday in l/iay, and first Tuesday in NoTember, 
stRichmondf Va. 

Fifth circuit: First Monday in October, at Atlanta, Ga.; third lk!onday in October, at Montgomerf, 
A la.; first Monday in November, at Fort Worth, Tex.; and third M onday in November, at New Orleans, La. 

Sixth circuit: Tuesday after the first Monday of October, and adjourned sessions on the Tuesday after 
first Monday of each month in the year, except August and September, at Cincinnati, Ohio. At the July 
session no causes will be heard, except upon special order of the court. 

Seventh circuit: First Tuesday in October. Term is divided into three sessions, beginning on first 
Tuesdays in October and January, and second Tuesday in April, at Chicago, III. 

Eighth circuit: First Monday in May, at St. Paul, Minn.; first Monday in September, at Denver, Colo. 
(or Cheyenne, Wyo.); first Monday in December, at St. Louis, Mo. 

Ninth circuit: At San Francisco, Oil, annual term, commencing first Monday in October; adjourned 
sessions on first Monday in each month; calendar sessions for hearing of causes at San Francisco, Cal., 
commence on first Monday in October, February, and May, respectively. At Seattle, Wash., annual tenn, 
Second Monday in September, for hearing of causes. At Portland, Oreg., annual term, third Monday in 
September, for hearing of causes. 

A term shall be held annually by the circuit courts of appeals in the several judicial circuits at the follow- 
ing places, and at such times as may be fixed by said courts, respectively: In the first circuit, in Boston, 
in the second circuit, in New York; in the third circuit, in Philadelphia; in the fourth circuit, in Rich- 
mond; in the fifth circuit, in New Orleans, Atlanta, Fort Worth, and Montgomery; in the sixth circuit, 
in Cincinnati; in the seventh circuit, in Chicago; in the eighth circuit, in St. Louis, Denver or Cheyenne, 
and St. Paul; in the ninth circuit, in San Francisco, and each year in two other places in said circuit to 
be designated by the judges of said court; and in each of the above circuits terms may be held at such other 
times and in such other places as said coiu*ts, respectively, may from time to time designate: Provided, 
That terms shall be held in Atlanta on the first Monday in October, in Fort Worth on the first Monday In 
November, hi Montgomery on the third Monday in October, in Denver or in Cheyenne on the Unt Mon- 
day in September, and in St. Paul on the first Monday in May. 



41 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGES. 



States. 



FlrttdreuiL' 



Maine 

Massachusetts... 
New Hampshire. 
Rhode Island... 



Second eireuU: 

Connecticut. 
New York.. 
Vermont... 



TkMdreuU: 



Delaware. 



New Jersey. 



Pennsylvania. 



Fmtrih circuit: 



Maryland. 



North Carolina. . 
South Carolina.. 
Virginia... 



West Virginia. 

F^h drcuit: 

Alabama 



Fl(^da. 



Georgia 

Louisiana. ;>. 
Mississippi.. 



Texas. 




Le Baron B. Colt. 



William L. Putnam. 



WilUam Schofield. 



E. Henry Lacombe. 



Alfred C. Coxe.. 
Henry O.Ward. 
Walter C.Noyes. 



Address. 



Providence, R. I. 



Portland, Me. 



Boston, Mass. 



Albany, N. Y 



Utica, New York., 
New York, N.Y.. 
New Haven, Conn. 



Martin A. Enapp i | Washington, D. C . 



George Gray Wilmington, Del 



Joseph Buffington. 
Wm. M. Lanning. 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Trenton, N.J. . 



Robert W. Archbald » i Washington, D. C . 



Nathan Gofl. 



Clarksburg, W.Va. 



Jeter C. Prltchard | Ashevllle, N. C . 



Appointed. 



July 5,1884 



Mar. 17,1892 



June 6,1011 



May 26,1887 

June 3,1902 

Dec. 17,1907 

Dec. 18,1907 

Dec. 20,1910 

Dec. 18,1899 

Dec. 11,1906 

May 18,1909 

Jan. 31,1911 



Mar. 17,1892 
Apr. 27,1904 



Don A. Pardee 

iAndrew P. McCormick. 



Atlanta, Ga May 13,1881 



Dallas, Tex. 



David D. Shelby. 



Mar. 17,1892 



New Orleans, La i Mar. 2, 1899 



1 See Commerce Court, p. C4. 



42 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGES— Continued. 



States. 



Tennessee. 



Seventh circuit: 



IlUnois. 



Indiana. 



Wisconsin. 



Eiffhth eireuU: 



Arkansas. 



Colorado. 



Iowa. 



Kansas. 



Minnesota. 



Missouri. 



Nebraska. 



North Dakota. 



Oklahoma. 



South Dakota. 



Utah. 



Wyoming. 



New Mexko. 



Xim ) . 



Sixth circuit: 
Kentucky. 
Michigan.. 
Ohio 



John W. Warrington. 



Loyal E. Knappen. 



Arthur C. Denison. 



Francis E. Baker. 



Wm. H. Seaman. 



Christian C. Kohlsaat. 



Julian W. Mack 1. 



Walter H. Sanborn. 



>Elmer B.Adams. 



John Emmett Carland i. 



Walter I. Smith. 



Address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Grand Rapids, Mich. 



.do. 



Hammond, Ind 



Milwaukee, Wis.. 
P. 0., Sheboygan. 



Chlcai^o, ni. 



Washington, D. C. 



Chicago, 111 



St. Paul, Minn. 



William C. Hook Leavenworth, Kans 



St. Louis, Mo. 



Washington, D. C. 



Council Blu£b, Iowa. 



1 See Commerce Court, p. 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 16,1909 
Jan. 31,1910 
Oct. 3,1911 



Jan. 21,1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18,1905 
Jan. 31,1911 



Mar. 17,1802 
Nov. 17,1903 
Dec. 12,1906 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31, 19U 



43 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGES— Continued. 




California. 



Idaho. 



Montana. 



Nevada. 



Oregon. 



Washington. 
AUuka 



Arhona. 



BowqH. 



Appointed. 



William B. Gilbert Portland, Oreg. 



Eiskine M. R088 ' Los Angeles, Cal... 

I 

William W. Morrow SanFrancl8oo,Cal. 

I 

William H. Hunt 1 i Washhigton, D.C.. 



Mar. 18,1802 
Feb. 22,1806 
May 20,1807 
Jan. 31,1911 



1 See page 34 



44 



ALABAMA— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name of office. 



Circuit Judges, 

Don A. Pardee 

Andrew P. McConnick. . 



David D. Shelby 

District Judges. 

Thomas Goode Jonee 

WilKaml. Grabb 



Cl^h District Court, 



Charles J. Allison. 



United States Attorney, 
Oliver D. Street 



Assistant United States Attorney, 
Charles B. Kennamer 



Nenian L. Steele. 



Ckrhto United States Attorney. 
Annie L. Boggan 

United States Marshal. 



Pope M. Long 

Office Deputies. 
Will B. Ford (chief)* 

G.C. Willis* 

I 

I 

J. M. Coker i dp 

I 

R. A. Smith ! do 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Gvk 

Dallas, Tex 

Huntsville, Ala. 



Mont^mery . 
Birmingham. 



Birmingham. 

Birmingham. 

Birmingham. 
do 



Birmingham. 



Birmingham. 



Birmingham. 
....do 



V. S. Root I Huntsville. 



Oscar Fulgham 

Thomas J. Kennamer 

United States Commissioners. 

Ed. E. Greenleaf 

R. J. Guest , 



Anniston 

Birmingham. 



Huntsville. 



Fort Payne 

1 Competitive position. 



Appointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Dec. 17, 1901 
May 18, 1909 

Sept.30, 1899 

Jan. 14,1908 

Oct. 1,1907 
Aug. 1,1911 

Sept. 4,1907 

Jan. 14,1910 

Apr. 17, 1911 
Jan. 25,1910 
Jan. 25,1910 
Jan. 25, 1910 
Jan. 25, 1910 
Jan. 25,1910 
Apr. 17, 1911 

July 1,1909 
May 26, 1908 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

1,300 
1,800 

1,200 

4,000 

1,800 
1,600 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 



45 



ALABAMA— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 



(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Commissionere — Con. 



Edwin Pickard. 



Gadsden. 



George B. Randolph ; Anniston . . 

John B. Shields | Jasper 

I 

S. H. Sprott, jr i Tuscaloosa. 



W. E. SuUens. 



Hamilton. 



R. B. Watts I Birmingham 



Appointed. 



Sept. 10, 1910 
June 21, 1909 
July 19, 1909 
Oct. 20,1910 
June 1,1908 
May 16, 1910 



Salary. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Tlin«s and places of holding courts.— Circuit court of appeals at Montgomery, third Monday in 
October. District court for northwestern division: Second Tuesday in February and third Tuesday in 
October at Florence, District court for northeastern division: First Tuesday in April and second Tuesday 
in October, at HuntwUle. 

District court for southern division: First Mondays in March and S^temb^, at Birmin^fham. 

District court for eastern division: First Mondays in May and November, at Anniston. 

District court for western division: First Tuesdays in January and June, at Tuscaloosa. 

District court lor middle division: First Tuesdays in February and August, at Oadtden. 

District court for Jasper division: Second Tuesdays in January and June, at Jasper. 

Counties in district.— Northeastern division: Cullman, Jackson, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, 
and Morgan. 

Northwestern division: Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale. 

Southern division: Blount, Jefferson, and Shelby. 

Eastern division: Calhoun, Clay, Cleburne, and Talladega. 

Western division: Bibb, Greene, Pickens, Sumter, and Tuscaloosa. 

Middle division: Cherokee, Dekalb, Etowah, Marshall, and St. Clair. 

Jasper division: Fayette, Lamar, Marion, Walker, Winston. 

ALABAMA— MIDDLE DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Dallas, Tex. 



Circuit Judges. 

Don A. Pardee 

Andrew P. McCormick 

David D. Shelby ' Huntsville, Ala 

District Judge. j 

1 

Thomas Goode Jones Montgomery . . . 

Clerk District Court. 
Harvey E. Jones i Montgomery . . . 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



May 


13, 1881 


17,000 


Mar. 


17, 1892 


7,000 


Mar. 


2, 1899 


7,000 


Dec. 


17, 1901 


6,000 




Mar. 


31, 1911 


Fees 



46 



ALABAMA— MIDDLE DISTRICT^Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney. 
Warren S. Reese 



Assistant United States Attorney, 
Frank L. Vance 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Miss Eunice Semmes 



United States Marshal. 



Benj. E.Walker 

Office Deputies. 
Charles W. Haden (chief) ^ 
A. J. Collier 



Alexander Kelly. 
Hiram Gibson . . . 



Fred M. Sheehan. 



Benj. W. Walker (temp.)^..... 

United States Commissioners. 

John A. Elmore 



T. D. Samford 
C. S. Tutwiler. 



Official address. 



Montgomery, 



Montgomery. 



Montgomery. 

Montgomery. 

Montgomery. 
Dothan 



Montgomery. 

Opelika 

Montgomery, 
do 



Montgomery. 

Opelika 

Dothan 



Appointed. 



Apr. 25,1910 

Oct. 6, 1910 

Jan. 1, 1906 

Jan. 31,1910 

Feb. 10, 1910 
Feb. 10, 1910 
Feb. 10, 1910 
Feb. 10, 1910 
Feb. 10, 1910 
June 5,1911 

July 6,1909 
Feb. 13, 1910 
Mar. 1,1910 



Salary. 



$4,000 

1,800 

1,500 

4,000 

1,500 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

TlBiefl and places of liolding comCs.— Circuit court of appeals: Tbird Monday in October, at 
Montgomery. District court: For northern division, first Tuesdays in May and December, at Montgomerf; 
for southern division, first Mondays in June and December, at Dotitan, 

A session of the District court is also held on the first Monday of each month, under rules adopted. 

Counties in tlie district*— Northern division: Autauga, Barbour, Bullock, Butler, Chambers, Chil- 
ton, Coosa, Covington, Crenshaw, Elmore, Lee, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery, Pike, Randolph, Russell, 
and Tallapoosa. Southern division: Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry, and Houston. 



47 



ALABAMA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Circuit Judges. 
Don A. Pardee 

Andrew P. McCormick.. 



I ._ 



David D. Shelby 

District Judge. 

Harry T. Toulmin 

Clerk District Court. 

Richard Jones 

United States Attomeg. 
William H. Armbrecht 



Atlanta, Ga 

Dallas, Tex 

Huntsville, Ala. 



Mobile. 



Mobile. 



Mobile. 



Assistant United States Attorney . 
Alexander T. Howard 



Mobile 



CUrh to United States Attorney. 

Harriette Y. BlackT 

United States Marshal. 
Gilbert B. Deans 

Office Deputies. 
Charles D. Henderson (chief) ' 
Drue D. Horton 
J. H. Gates 



Mobile. 



United Stat^ Commissioners. 
W. K. Campbell 
William Cowley 
Richard Jones, jr 
John M. Rabb 



Appointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Jan. 13,1887 

Feb. 1,1887 

Feb. 2,1908 



Salary. 




$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

3,000 



Mar. 5,1909 


1,800 


June 1,1910 


1,000 

t 


Jan. 14,1908 


3,000 


Apr. 1,1908 


1,800 


Jan. 1, 1912 


1,200 


Apr. 1,1908 


1,000 


Nov. 17, 1908 


1 

1 Fees. 


Aug. 30, 1910 


Fees. 


Jan. 17,1911 


Fees. 


Feb. 22, 1910 


Fees 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of lioldliig courts.— District court, southern difision: Fourth Mondajrs in May 
and|Noyember, At Mobile; northern division, first Mondays in May and November, at Sdma, 

Counties in the district.^ Northern division: Dallas, Hale, Marengo, Perry, and Wilcox. Southsm 
divisionr Baldwhi,* Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, and Washington. 



48 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. i. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT,) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Robs. 



William W. Morrow. 
William H. Hunt 1. 



District Judge. 

Thomas R. Lyons 

Clerk District Court. 
Edward Ward Pettit 



Court Stenographer. 
L.R.Gillette 



United States Attorney. 

John Rustgard 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Hiram H. Folsom 



Roy V.Nye 

Clerh to United States Attorney. 
Ina Liebhardt 



United States Marshal. 
Herbert L. Faulkner 



Office Deputies. 
John F. Mullin^ 



Official address. * Appointed. 



Portland, Oreg I Mar. 18, 1892 

Los Angeles, Cal Feb . 22, 1895 

San Francisco, Cal. . . | May 20, 1897 
Washington, D. C j Jan. 31,1911 

Juneau i May 4, 1909 



Juneau. 



Juneau 



Juneau 



Juneau. . . 
Ketchikan. 

Juneau. . . 



Juneau. 



Juneau 



Hector McLean, 

J. 0. Davies 

FredFonzo 



W.D, McMillan... 
Wm. F. Schnaebel 



G*C. Dehaven 
William Fels. . 



do..... 

Ketchikan. 
Skagway. . . 
Douglas. . . 
Wrangell . . 
Haines 



John Goodell 



Petersburg. 
Sitka . 



Apr. 1,1911 

June 10, 1909 

June 20, 1910 

Aug. 3,1910 
July 5,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

May 9,1911 

July 1,1911 

July 1,1911 

July 1,1911 

July 1,1911 

July 1,1911 

July 31, 1911 

July 1,1911 

July 1,1911 



1 See page 34. 



Nov. 8,1910 
Competitive position. 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,(K)0 
7,000 
7,000 

7,500 

3,500 

1,800 

5,000 

3,000 
3,000 

1,800 

4,000 

2,200 
1,800 
1,600 
1,500 
1,500 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 



49 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. i— (Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



United States Commissioners. 

Martin Conway 

R. W. De Armond 



Ernest Kirberger... 
Phil T. Megaarden, 
R. M. Odell 



E. A. Rasmuson 
U.S.Rush 



Carl Spuhn 

Edward S. Stackpole, 
Charles A. Sulzer 



Wm. G. Thomas 
Grover C. Winn. 



Skagway. 
Sitka. . . 



Kake. 



Petersburg, 
Haines 



Yakutat. 
Kasaan. 



Killisnoo . 
Ketchikan 
Sulzer. . . . 



Wrangell 
Juneau. . 



Mar. 5,1910 



Oct. 5 
June 12 
May 17 
June 7 
Nov. 5 
Apr. 11 
June 12 
June 12 
Oct. 13 
May 1 
Aug. 1 



1911 
1905 
1911 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1910 
1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees.. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Hmes and places of holding courts.— One gennal teem of court shall be held each year at Juneau, 
and such additional terms at other places in the first diyision as the Attorney General may direct. 

Pivision numbered one shall consist of all that part of the district of Alaska lying east of the one hundred 
and forty-first merfdian of vest longitude. 

BISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 2. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

Okeidt Jibdffes. 
William B. GUbert 



Erskine M. Ross. . . 
William W. Morrow. 
William H. Hunt*.. 



Official address. 



District Judge. 
Cornelius D. Murane 



Clerk District Court. 
John Sundback 



United States Attorney. 
Bernard S. Rodey 



Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal . 
Washington, D. C . . 

Nome 



Appointed. 



Nome, 



16111—12- 



Nome 

^See page 34. 



Mar. 18. 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

Dec. 19, 1910 

Sept.ll,l&10 

Dec. 13, 1910 



Salary. 

- t « 

$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

7,500 

3i'S0d 

5,000 



50 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA-^DIVISION No. 2— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 

Name and office. I Official address. Appointed. < Salary 



Aamtant United States Attorney, 
Neville Hart Castle 



Clerh to United States Attorney, 



Nome. 



Selma Scott (Mrs.) ' Nome. 



United States Marshal. 



Nome. 



Thomas Cader Powell 

Special Peace Officer. 

I 

Walter E. Cochran i St. Michael. 

I 

Office Deputies. 

Reginald W. Thompson (chief) ' . . Nome 

Frank A. Newton* do. 



Robert H. Humber 

Joseph F. Seiner 

Roy Davenport 

Daniel J. Wynkoop 

Hugh J. Lee 

H. H. Darrah 

Elmer Reed 

Clarence H. Hawkins 

Lloyd L . Scott * 

M. V.L.Smith 

Fred Price 

United States Commissioners. 
G. A. Adams 



Candle 

Council 

(Teller 

\Nome 

Nome 

St. Michael 

Nome 

do 

Kiana 

Nome 

Candle 

Kiana 



Geo. D. Campbell. 



Council City precinct 
(post office Coun- 
cil). 



Candle. 



Edw. D. Jones \ Revenue cutter Bear. 



W. H. Cox Kotzebue. 

1 CompetitlTe position. 



Nov. 1,1909 14,000 



Sept. 12, 1910 

June 16, 1909 

Jan. 13,1911 

July 1,1909 

July 1,1909 

July 1,1909 

July 1,1910 

jjuly 12, 1910 

July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
Oct. 17,1910 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
Dec. 21, 1910 
Aug. 24, 1911 

Oct. 16,1906 

Sept. 1,1911 
June 23, 1911 



Aug. 2,1909 
< Except as Jail guard. 



1,800 

4,000 

Expenses. 

3,000 
2,500 
2,500 
2,300 

2,300 

1,800 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,500 
2,500 

' None. 

^ None. 

Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



51 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 2— Continued. 



Name and office. 



(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners — Con . 

H. Richmond Marsh 

Martin F. Moran 

Chas. Rosenthal 

Geo. D. Schofield 

Thomas Shaughnessy 

W, B. Stephenson, jr 

Joseph H. Wood 



Barrow 

Kiana , 

Kougarok precinct 
(post office S h e I - 
ton). 

Nome • 

Solomon 

St. Michael 

Teller 



Appointed. 



Aug. 1,1909 
Nov. 28, 1903 
July 1, 1911 

Oct. 1, 1910 
Oct. 27,1909 
Oct. 2,1911 
Oct. 1, 1909 



Salary. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— One general term of court shall be held each year at Nome, 
and such additional terms at other places in the second division as the Attorney General may direct. 

Division numbered two shall consist of all that territory lying west of a line commencing on the Arctic 
coast at the one hundred and forty-eighth meridian; thence extending south along the easterly watershed 
of the Ck)lville River to a point on the Rocky Mountain divide between the headwaters of Colville River 
on the north and west and the waters of the Chandlar on the south; thence southwesterly along the divide 
between the waters of the Colville River, the Kotzebue Sound, and Norton Sound on the north and west 
tmd the waters of the Yukon on the south to the one hundred and sixty-first meridian of west longitude; 
thence along said meridian to the Kuskokwim River; thence southwesterly along the center of the channel 
of said Kuskokwim River to Bering Sea; the said division to include all the islands lying north of the fifty- 
ninth parallel of north latitude. ^ 

DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 3. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circmt Judges. 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Ross 

William W. Morrow. 
William H. Hunt » . 



Official address. 



District Judge, 
Edward £. Cushman. . . 



Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal 

Washington, D. C 

Valdez 



Clerk District Court. 
Edward M. Lakin I Valdez. 



United States Attorney. 

George R. Walker i Valdez 

1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

July 1,1909 

July 1,1909 

Dec. 19, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

7,500 

3,500 

5,000 



52 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 3— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Asdstant United States Attorneys, 

J. Lindley Green 

Guy B. Brufoaker 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Donald A. Stewart 

United States Marshal. 

Harvey P. Sullivan 

Office Deputies. 

John H. D. Bouse (chief) 

George R. Goshaw 

Albert F. Sullivan 



Horace C. De Line ^ 



Samuel T. Brightwell. 

Joseph L. Brown , 

J.B.Dyer 

Isaac Evans , 



F. R. Brenneman. 
Karl Armstrong. . . 
Z, S.Moore 



Nels Sorby 

Willard B. Hastings 

United States Commissioners. 
G. CBritton 



Noah C. Davenport. 

Leopold David 

F.C.Driffield 

Herbert S. Farris. . . 



J. J. Finnegan. 
CM. Frazier.. 



Seward 
Valdez. 

Valdez. 



Valdez. 

Valdez. 
do. 



do 

do..... 

Cordova 

Chitina 

Susitna 

Seward . . . . 

Katalla 

Kodiak 

Unga 

Dillingham. 
Unalaska. . . 



Katalla. 



Unalaska. 
Knik 



Unga... 
Susitna. 
Seward. 



Cordova 

1 All powers save tliat of recorder. 



Appointed. 



July 1,1909 
Aug. 1,1909 

Sept. 10, 1909 

July 1,1909 

July 1,1909 
do 



Sept. 15, 1909 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
July 8,1910 
Oct. 24, 1910 
Nov. 25, 1911 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
July 31, 1909 
Sept. 20, 1910 

Nov. 9,1903 
Jan. 7,1911 
Mar. 9,1911 
Nov. 12, 1903 
Sept. 28, 1908 
May 19, 1909 
Nov. 24, 1911 



Salary. 



13,000 
3,000 

1,500 

4,000 

2,400 
2,000 
2,000 
1,800 
1,800 
1,800 
1,800 
1,800 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



53 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 3— Continued. 

(NINTH OIROUIT)--<:;ontinued. 



Name and office. 



A. Grarriock 

Tho8. W. Hanmore 

M. R. Healy 

G. W. Kuppler. ... 
J. C. Headman..... 

J. L. Reed 

D.C. Sargent 

O.A\ Tucker 

Thos.W. Schulz... 
S. Irvine Sto»» 



Official address. 



Naknek (via Nusha 

Iliamna 

Chitina 

Seldovia 

Copper Center 

Valdez 

Gulkana 

CordovA 

Dillingham 

Kodiak 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



July 25, 1911 

Nov. 1,1910 
May 1,1911 
Sept. 15, 1910 
Feb. 6,1911 
Sept. 3,1909 
Mar. 1,1907 
Sept. 1,1909 
Aug. 3,1911 
May 19, 1909 



Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and ^aces of holding courts.— One general term of court shall be held each year at Valdez 
and svBh additional terms at other places in the third ditviaion as the Attorney General may direct. 

Division numbered three shall consist of all that territory lying south and west of the line starting on 
thoooast of the Quit of Ala»ka tt the one hundred and forty-first meridian of <v«at loogltude; tbeoce north- 
erly along said meridian to a point due east from Mount Kimball; thence west to summit of Mount Kimball ; 
ttieDce south weeterly ^ng the southerly watershed of the headwaters of Tanana River; thenoe westeirly 
along the divide between the waters of the Gulf of Alaska on the south and the waters of the Yukon on the 
north to the summit of Mount McKlnley; thence continuing westerly along the divide between the waters 
of the Gulf of Alaska and Bristol Bay on the south and the waters of the Yukon and Kuskokwim on the 
north to the one himdred and fifty-ninth meridian of west longitude; thence northwesterly to the Kusko- 
kwim River on the one hundred and sixty-first meridian of west longitude; thence southwesterly along the 
etater of said river to Bering Sea; said division to inelude the Alaska pen'nsula, the Aleutian Islands, 
and all islands along the coast of this district south and west of the said district and all lying south of the 
ftfty-ninth parallel of north latitude. 

DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 4. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 

William B. Gilbert 

BrakineM. Ross 

William W . Morrow 

Wflliam H. Hunt 1 

District Judge, 

PetCT D . verfield 

Clerk District Court. 
Chas. Clinton Page 



Official address. 



Portland, Qreg 

Los Angeles, Cal. . . 
San Fnffioiseo, Cal. 
Washington, D. C . 



Fairbanks. 



Fairbanks. . 

1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1896 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31, 1911 

June 16, 1909 

June 1,1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

7,500 

3,500 



54 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA— DIVISION No. 4— Continued, 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

United States Attorney. 
James J. Croeeley 

Assistant United Slates Attorneys. 

John K. Brown 

CecUH. Clegg 

Louis R. Gillette 



Official address. 



Clerh to United States Attorney. 
LenoreG. Hyde 

United States Marshal. 
Henry K. Love 

Office Deputies. 
Percy G. Charles (chief) » 

J. B. Mathews (temporary)* 

John J. Donovan 



H. P. Sheppard 

Thoe. Wm. Howell. 
Clyde C. Coleman.. 
C. L. Vawter 



A. H. Hansen. 
M. O. Carlson. 



John H. Robinson. 



Charles Snipes . . . ^ . 
Allan Cunningham, 
J. L. Anders 



Chester K. Snow. 
A. M. Anderson . 



E. T. Townsend 



United States Commissioners. 

Roy E. Bigham 

Grafton Burke 

John E. Coffer 



Fairbanks. 

Fairbanks. 

do.... 

do.... 



Fairbanks. 

Fairbanks. 

Fairbanks. 

do.... 

Wiseman.. 



Iditarod. 



Flat City. . . 

Ophir 

Tanana 

Fairbanks. . 

do 

Eagle 

Circle 

Fairbanks. . 
Hot Springs, 
Ruby City. . 
Fairbanks . . 
Nulato 



Fort Gibbon 
Fort Yukon. 



Hot Springs . 

Competitive position. 



Appointed. 


Salary. 


May 18, 1908 


$5,000 


July ' 1, 1910 


3, OOP 


July 1,1911 


3,000 


Sept. 11, 1911 


3,000 


Apr. 17, 1911 


2,000 


Jan. 13,1909 


4,00b 


July 1,1909 


3,200 


July 1,1909 


2,500 


Mar. 23, 1909 


2,400 


June 21, 1909 


2,400 


Aug. 10, 1910 


2,400 


July 10, 1911 


2,400 


Aug. 4,1911 


2,100 


Aug. 12, 1909 


2,250 


July 1,1910 


2,100 


Apr. 20, 1910 


2,000 


Sept. 2.7, 1909 


2,000 


July 18, 1911 


2,100 


June 1,1911 


2,000 


June 3,1911 


2,000 


Oct. 6,1911 


2,000 


Oct. 14, 1911 


2,000 


July 18, 1911 


Fees. 


Oct. 12,1911 


Fees. 


July 1,1911 


Fees. 



55 



DISTRICT OF ALASKA—DIVISION No. 4— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 



John F. Dillon. 



John T. Fay > 



Wm. J. Fitzpatrick. 
Phil GaUaher 



Wilbur Fisk Green. 



F. E. Howard. 



A. J. Griffin. 



J. H. Hudgin 

John A. Kemp 

W. R. Lloyd 

Barney Sandstrom 

Abe Spring 

E. M. Stanton 



Edw. J. Stier. 



Chas. E. Taylor. 
Samuel J. Marsh, 



U. G. Myers, 
W. A. Vinal. 



Samuel R. Weiss. 



Official address. 



Fairbanks , 



Ester City, P. 0. 
Berry. 

Chena 



Nulato, 



fMt. McKinley precinct 
tHeadquarters Tocotna 

Wiseman 



Richardson 



Rampart 

Steel Creek. 
Glacier City. 
Olness 



Circle. 



Iditarod. 



Georgetown, P. 0, 
Bethel. 

Flat City 

Caro 

Eagle 

Ophir 

Chatanika 



Appointed. 


Salary. 


July 1,1910 


Fees. 


Oct. 23, 1911 


Fees. 


Aug. 31, 1909 


Fees. 


July 20, 1911 


Fees. 


}june 30, 1910 


JC 66S« 


Nov. 12, 1903 


• 

Fees. 


Sept. 1,1909 


Fees. 


Apr. 28, 1909 


Fees. 


Aug. 20, 1910 


Fees. 


Mar. 1,1911 


Fees. 


Nov. 16, 1911 


Fees. 


July 1,1911 


Fees. 


July 1,1911 


Fees. 


June 1,1911 


Fees. 


Sept. 19, 1910 


Fees. 


Aug. 15, 1906 


Fees. 


June 30, 1904 


Fees. 


July 1,1907 


Fees. 


Sept. 29, 1910 


Fees. 



^ Powers of 3. P. only. 

' TbnM and places of boldlng eourts.— One general term of court shall be held each year at Fairbanks, 
and snoh additional terms at other places in the foorth division as the Attorney General may direct. 

Division numbered four shall consist of all that part of the district of Alaska lying east of the second 
division and north of the third division. 



56 



ARIZONA. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and address. 



Circuit Judges. 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Ross. 



William W. Morrow 
William H. Hunt ^ . 



Chief Justice, Supreme Court. 

Edward Kent (third district) 

Associate Justices, Supreme Court. 
John H. Campbell (first district). . 
Fletcher M. Doan (second district). 
Edward M. Doe (fourth district). . 
Ernest W. Lewis (fifth district) . . . 

Clerk, Supreme Court. 
F. A. Tritle 



Clerks, District Courts, 
Allen B. Jaynes (first district) . . . 
Geo. B. Wilcox (second district). . 
Ellas F. Dunlevy (third district). 

J. M. Watte (fourth district) 

George H. Smalley (fifth district). 

United States Attorney. 

Joseph E. Morrison 

Assistant United States Attorney. 
JohB C. Forest 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Eustace Dupen 

United States Marshal. 
Charles A. Overlook 



Official address. 



Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal 

Washington, D. C 

Phoenix 



Tucson 

Tombstone. 

Prescott 

Globe 



Phoenix 



Tucson . . . . 
Tombstone. 
Phoenix . . . 

Prescott 

Globe 



Tucson. 



Prescott. 



Tucson. 



Appointed. \ Salary. 



Tucson 

1 See page 34. 



Mar. 18, 1892 I 

I 

Feb. 22, 1895 1 

May 20, 1897 

Jan. 31,1911 

I 

Mar. 21, 1910 

Apr. 20, 1909 , 
Mar. 28, 1910 
May 18, 1909 
May 18, 1909 

Dec. 3,1906 

Jan. 2, 1906 
June 1,1903 
Apr. 21, 1902 
July 22, 1897 
Apr. 3,1905 

Jan. 11,1910 

Feb. 8,1910 

Mar. 19, 1910 

Jan. 11,1910 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

Fees. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

4,000 

2,000 

1,200 

4,000 



57 



ARIZONA— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Office DeptUies. 
D. N.Wmite (chief) ^.. 
Bemhard Anderson 



Fred G. Hudson. 
R. C. Herald ^.. 



Alton M. Overlock. 



United States Commissioners. 
Wm. H. Bartlett 



Chas. F. Bennett Casa Grande 



Official address. 



Tucson.. 
Phoenix. 
Tucson.. 
.....do... 
do.. 



Court land 



Allen T. Bird (second district). . . 

Arthur T. Colton (fifth district). . . | Safford. 

John F. Crowley (second district).) Willcox 



John C. Evans. 



C. W. Graves Parker 



Roosevelt. 



Artemus L. Grow (second district) 
James C. Hancock 



Geo. 0. Hilzinger. 
N. J. Johnson 



C. W. Johnstone (third district). . . 

Jerry J. Kelly (fifth district) 

C. A. Langworthy (fourth district). 
W. L. Lanigan (fourth district) . . . 
J. M. W. Moore (fourth district). . . 

Herbert H. Pratt 

0. T. llichey (first district) 



Chas. H. Rutherford (fourth dis- 
trict. 
Albert M. Sames (second district). 



Sidney Sapp (fourth district) 
Willis A. Sherwood 



Anson H. Smith (fourth district). 



Tombstone'. 
Paradise — 



Tucson. 
Globe.. 



Phoenix. 
Clifton... 



Mohave 

Fort Defiance. 

Prescott 

Globe 



Appointed. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Oct. 



1 
2 



Apr.* 1 
Nov. 6 

June 19 
Nov. 3 



Nogales Sept. 2 

Mar. 12 



do... 

Jerome... 
Douglas.. 
Holbrook. 



Court land. 



Kingman 

Competitive position. 



Oct. 26 
Mar. 18 
Oct. 29 
Feb. 11 
Aug. 6 
July 9 
Jan. 4 
May 29 
Nov. 1 
Mar. 5 
June 9 
Jan. 27 
July 2 
June 30 
Apr. 27 
July 1 
July 12 
July 16 
June 9 



1910 
1910 
1911 
1910 
1911 



1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1909 



Salary. 



$1,800 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

900 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



58 



ARIZONA— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 
Florence 


Appointed. 


United States Commissioners — Con. 

D. C. Stevens (third district) 

J. D. Taylor (second district) 

Geo. E. Tralles 


June 17, 1909 


Bisbee 

Tucson 


June 1,1909 
Nov. 16, 1908 


Charles H. Utting (first district)... 


Yuma. 


June 23. 1910 







Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of boldlng courts.— Supreme court: Second Monday in January each year, at 
Phoenix, 
First judicial district: Fourth Monday in April and fourth Monday in October, at Tucson. 
Second judicial district: Fourth Monday in April and fourth Monday in October, at Tombstone. 
Third judicial district: Third Monday in April and third Monday in October, at Phoenix, 
Fourth judicial district: First Monday in May and first Monday in November, at IreteoU. 
Fifth judicial district: First Monday in May and first Monday in November, at OUhe. 
Counties In tlie district.— First judicial district: Pima and Yuma. 
Second judicial district: Ck)chise and Santa Cruz. 
Third judicial district: Maricopa and Final. 

Fourth judicial district: Apache, Coconino, Mohave, Navajo, and YavapaL 
Fifth judicial district: Graham and Gila. 

ARKANSAS— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(EIGH^TH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Circuit Judges, 

Walter H. Sanborn St. Paul, Minn 

William C. Hook Leavenworth, Kans. . 

Elmer B. Adams i St. Louis, Mo 

Walter I. Smith Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

John Emmett Carland ^ ; Washington, D. . . . 

District Judge, 
Jacob Trieber Little Rock 



Clerk District Court. ^ 

Sid. B. Redding Little Rock. 

United States Attorney. 

William G. Whipple Little Rock. 

'See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Mar. 17, 1892 | 
Nov. 17, 1903 I 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 

Jan. 9,1901 

Jan. 1, 1912 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 



May 18, 1909 i 4, 000 



59 



ARKANSAS— EASTERN DISTRICT— <:::ontinued 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



AsstBtant United States Attorney, 
Powell Clayton 

Clerk to United Statu Attonuy. 

Thomas J. Doyle 

United States Marshal. 



Harmon L. Remmel. 



Office Deputies. 

W. G. Akere (chief)* 

Geo. L. Mallory 

John T. BuniB 



Sannie A. Canington. 
John A. Sherrill 



W. A. Morton. 



United States Commissioners. 



W. S. Allen. 



A. L. Burnett. 



J. B. Connolly 
B. R. Crum... 



S. W. Leslie. 



Minor M. Markle 



Joe. W. Pane. 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Little Rock. 



Oct. 1,1907 11,800 



Little Rock j Sept. 1,1909 



Little Rock. 

Little Rock. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Little Rock. 
Pine Bluff. . 

Helena 

Helena 

Hot Springs. 
Jonesboro. . . 
Bates ville... 



May 25, 1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

Oct. 1, 1910 
Sept. 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1909 

July 1,1909 

Jan. 1, 1912 

July 1,1809 

May 13, 1908 

Jan. 1, 1912 

July 1,1909 



1 Competitive position. 



1,200 

4,000 

1,700 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 
950 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of hoKUns coiiit8«— District court: 

Eastern division: Second Monday in Maieh and first Monday In October, at heUna. 

Western division: First Monday in April and third Monday in October, at LMe Rock, 

Northern division: Fourth Monday in May and second Monday in December, at BatesviUe. 

Jonesboro division: Second Mondays in May and November, at Jonuboro, 

Ck>iinties In tbe district.— Eastern division (returnable to Helena): Cross, Lee, Monroe, Phillips, 
St. Francis, and Woodrofl. 

Western division (returnable to Little Rock): Arkansas, Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Clark, Cleveland, 
Conway, Dallas, Desha, Drew, Faulkner, Garland, Grant, Hot Spring, Jefferson, Lincoln, Lonoke. Mont- 
gomery, Perry, Pope, Prairie, Pulaski, Saline, Van Buren, and White. 

Northern division (returnable to Batesville): Cleburne, Izard, Jackson, Sharp, and Stone. 

Jonesboro division: Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Fulton, Greene, Lawrence, Mississippi, Poinsett, and 
Bandolfdi. 



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ARKANSAS— WE STEiRN DISTRICT. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and (Mte. 



Circuit Jvdgea. 
Walter H. Sanborn 



Official addrees. i Appointed. 



William C. Hook. 
Blmer B. Adame. 
Walter I. Smith.. 



J<dm Emmett Garland 



District Judge, 
Frank A. Youmans 



Clerh District Court, 

William S. WeUflhear 

United States Attorney. 

John I. Worthington 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

Lafayette W. Gregg. 

Clerh to United States Attorney. 

Nancy Campbell 

United States Marshal. 

John F. Mayes 

Office Deputies. 

Geoige H. Johnson (chief) ^ 

Victor Anderson ^ 

J. L. Holt 

Hiram Sutterfield 

Geo. J. Parker 



St. PsEiul, Minn 

Leavenworth, KaoB. . . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. . 
Washington, D. C . . . . 

Fort Smith 



Fort Smith. 



Fort Smith, 



W.L.Bryant 

James 0. Johnson. 



1 See pag« 24. 



Fort Smith. 

Fort Smith, 

Fort Smith. 

Fort Smith. 

do 

Mena 

Hanriflon... 
Texafkana. 
Huntsville. 
Fort Smith 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1003 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. ai,i»ll 

June 20, 1911 

Jan. 1,1912 

May 26, 1909 

June 9,1909 

Apr. 4,1900 

May 4,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 
Nov. 16, 1911 



Salary. 



97,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,000 

1,200 

5,000 

2,000 
1,600 
900 
900 
900 
250 
900 



• Ctompetitlve posftion. 



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ARKANSAS— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners, 



H. B. Annistead. 
L.C.Hall 



Official address. 



W. F. Mitchell. 



J. B. Pendei^gmes. . 

J. A. Petty 

John M. Somervell. 



fiamuel B. Woods, jr. 



Fort Smith 

Dardanelle 

Hartison 

Eureka Springs 
Siloam Springs . 

Texarkana. 

Fort Smith 



Appointed. 



July 6,1909 

July 6,1909 

July 6,1909 

July 6,1909 

July 6,1908 

July 6,1909 

June 3,1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



nmes and places of bolding courts.— District court, Fort Smith division, Fort Smith: Second Mon- 
4a^ in January tmd hme. Texarkana dlTision, Tt$arkana: Becond Mondays in ICay and NoTember. 
Harrison division, Harrison: Second Mondays in April and October. 

Ckiuntles In the dtetrlct.— Fort Smith division: Benton, Crawford, Franklin, Johiison, Logan, Polk, 
Scott, Sebastian, Washington, and Yell. 

Texarkana divjaion: CattuHZB, Ck>lumbia, H«iihpste»d, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, Nevada, 
Ouachita, Pike, Sevier, and Union. 

Harrison division: Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Madison, Marion, Newton, aad Searcy. 

CALIFORNIA— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 



(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

WilliajnB. Gilbert 

Erskine M. i^oss 

William W. 'Montyw 

William H. Hunt » 

District Judges. 
John J. De Haven 



Official address. 



William C. Van Fleet. 



Clerk Circuit Court of Appeals, 
Frank D. Monckton 



Clerk District Court. 



Jas. P. Brown, 



Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles 

San Francisco 

Washington, D. C, 

San Francisco 



do. 



San Francisco. 



San Francisco. 
1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1896 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

June 8,1897 
Bee. 17, 1907 

June 16, 1891 

Jan. 3, 1906 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

3,500 

Pees. 



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CALIFORNIA— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney. 
Robert T. Devlin 



Assistant United States Attorneys, 

Benjamin L. McKinley 

EarlH. Pier 



Thomas H. Selvage 

Clerks to United States Attorney, 
Leslie L. Collins (chief clerk) * . . . 
Helen Fancher 



Doretta A. Colne 



Messenger. 
Thomas B. Dozier 



United States Marshal. 

Chas. T. Elliott 

Stenographer. 

Ada Rehm * ." , 

Office Deputies. 

Oeo. H. Bumham (chief) ' 

Paul J. Americh 

Maiirice J. Fitzgerald r 

Thos. F. Eieman 

Elmo Warner 

Isaac W. Grover 

Gustaf A. Waldner 

United States Commissioners. 



W. F. Anger 

J. D. Boyer 

James P. Brown. 
G. A. Daugherty. 



Official address. 



San Francisco. 



San Francisco. 



do. 
do. 



San Francisco. 
do 



do. 



San Francisco. 

San Francisco. 

San Francisco. 

San Francisco. 

do 

do 

.....do 

do 

do 

Eureka 



Covelo 

....do 

San Francisco 
Salinas 



Appointed. 



Apr. 25, 1910 



July 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Feb. 
May 
Oct. 



26, 1901 

1. 1911 

8. 1912 

1,1909 

1,1907 

19, 1911 



Sept. 11, 1911 

June 22, 1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,191(1 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 
Nov. 20, 1911 

Feb. 1,1911 

Oct. 23, 1911 
Aug. 21, 1908 
Feb, 16, 1909 



1 Excepted. 



Aug.20,1909 

* CompetitiYB position. 



Salary. 



$4,600 

2,500 
2,000 
2,000 

1,700 

1,200 

960 

360 

4,000 

1,200 

2,500 
1,500 
1,400 
1,400 
1,400 
1,200 
300 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



63 



CALIFORNIA— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued, 



Name and office. 



(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 



Henry L. Ford. 
E. H. Heacock. 
Francis KruU.. 



Richard Webb. 



Eureka 

San Francisco. 



do. 



Jackson. 



Joshua B. Webster Stockton. 



Harry M. Wright San Francisco. 



Appointed. 



Aug. 20, 1909 
July 1,1909 
Feb. 15, 1908 
Aug. 4,1909 
July 1,1909 
Aug. 12, 1910 



Salary 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— District court, at San franclseo: First Monday in Marcli, 
second Monday in July, and first Monday in November. At Eureka: Third Monday in July. At Sacra- 
mento: Second Monday in April. 

Circuit court of app^ds, at San FraneiBco: Annual term, first Monday in October, and adjourned sessions 
on the first Monday in each month. 

Counties In the district.— Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del 
Norte, Eldorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, 
Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, 
Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, 
Yolo, and Yuba. 

CALIFORNIA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. | Appointed, 



San Francisco, 



Circuit Judges. 

William B. Gilbert 

Erskine M. Ross 

William W. Morrow 

i 

William H.Hunt ^ Washington, D. C 

District Judge. i 

Olin Wellborn j Los Angeles 

Clerh District Court. 



Portland , Greg ' Mar. 1 8, 1892 

Los Angeles ! Feb. 22,1895 



Salary. 



William M. Van Dyke 

United States Attorney. 



LoH Angeles. 



Aloysi UB I . McCormick ' Los Angeles. 

^ See page 34. 



May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

Mar. 1,1895 

Jan. 1, 1912 

Apr. 19, 1909 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 



64 



CALIFORNIA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and oflSce. 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Geo. Edward Cryer — 

Edward Alfred Regan 

Harry Ruthven Archbald 

Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Vivian Graves 



Wm. L. Brett. 



United States Marshal. 

Leo V. Youngworth 

Office Deputies. 

Albert C. Sittel (chief) 1 

Jackson F. Durlin 



Ervin Diugle 

Geo. Otto Wh*ite» 



Joseph P. Coyle 

United States Commissioners. 
D. A. Cashin Fresno. 



H. T. Christian. 



E. H. Owen. 



H. I. Tupman 

Wm. M. Van Dyke. 
C.N.Williams 



Official address. 



Los Angeles. 

do 

do 



Los Angeles. 
do. 



Los Angeles. 

Los Angeles, 
.-..do 



do. 
do. 



Fresno. 



San Diego.., 
Los Angeles. 
Bakersfield. 
Los Angeles. 
do 



Appointed. 



Sept. 1,1911 
Feb. 10, 1911 



June 9,1909 
Dec. 14, 1910 

June 22,1910 

Julv 1,1910 
Julv 1,1910 
June 14, 1911 

July i,mo 

July 1,1910 

Oct. 19,1911 
Sept. 1,1908 
June 24, 1909 
Dec. 5,1910 
June 24, 1909 
Oct. 7,1911 



Salary. 



12,500 
2,200 
1,800 

1,200 
900 



4,000 

2,000 
1,200 
1,200 
1,100 
900 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and pijMses of bolding courts.— District court: Northern division, first Monday in May and 
second Monday in November, at Fresno. 

Southern division, second Mondays in January and July, at Los Angeles; second Mondays in March and 
September, at San Diego. 

Counties In the district.— Northern division: Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Mecced, 

and Tulare. ' 

> 

Southern division: Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Di^o, San Luis 
Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. "^ 



65 



COLORADO. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
Walter H. Sanborn 



William C. Hook. 
Elmer B. Adams. 
Walter I. Smith.. 



John Emmett Carland ^ 

District Jvdge, 

Robert E. Lewis 



CUrk District Court. 



Charles W. Bishop 

United States Attorney, 

Thomas Ward, jr 

Assistant United States Attorneys, 
Ethelbert Ward 



Ralph Hartzell. 
Butler Disman. 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Arthur M. Gardner* 



Helen M. Talbot. 



Stenographer. 
Edith L.Mook* 



United States Marshal. 

Dewey C. Bailey 

Office Deputies. 
William H. Robinson, jr. (chief) *, 
Edmund B. Chadwick 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Eans., 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
Washington, D . C . . . 



Denver. 

Denver, 

Denver. 

Denver. 

do. 

do. 



Denver. 
do.. 



Denver. 

Denver. 

Denver. 

do. 

do. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

Apr. 10, 1906 

Dec. 11, 1899 

Feb. 17, 1908 

Jan. 1, 1910 
Oct. 5,1906 
Feb. 6,1911 

Feb. 15, 1906 
Jan. 22,1909 

May 11, 1909 

Mar. 2,1911 

Sept. 1,1911 
Apr. 1,1911 
Sept. 1,1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,400 

1,800 

500 

1,500 
900 

p. m. 100 

4,000 

1,600 
900 
1,020 



Earl E. Perry (temporary) * 

I See page 34. 

* Excepted. 

* Stenographer and eufltodlan of rooms used by Department ol Justice at Denver; paid from "Misoel* 
laneons Expenses, United States Courts." 

* GompetitiTe position. 

leiii— 12 — 5 



66 



COLORADO— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIECUIT.) 



Name and ofS.ce. 



United States Commissioners, 



Elmer 0. Abbey. 
James H. Baxter. 



D$iYid Beattie 

Nils 0. Bonnevie 
Alfred M. Gamp.. 
WiUiam Gardnell. 



Z- Z. Carpenter 

Clarence C. Conover. 
WiUiam E. Furrow.. 



Gardner M. Greene. 



Ira S. Griffin 

Eugene H. Godfrey. 
Horatio W. Hanes.. 



Henry J. Hay 

Sanford C. Hinsdale. 



N. Gomer Jones. 



Aaron L. Kissenger. 
Otho. E. Mallory... 
Edward L. McKee. 



William 0. Mosman. 
Ernest M. Noiurse. . . 



RollinC. Phipps... 
Solon W. Pingrey.. 
Charles C. Ragland. 



Official address. 



Grover, 
Paonia. 



Sterling 

Thomburg Bridge 

Durango 

Glen wood S|Nings 

Craig 

Yuma 

Pagosa Springs 

Pueblo 



Keota. 



Yampa 

Montrose 

Meeker 

Denver 

Two Buttes. 
Yuma 



Steamboat Springs. . . 
Redvale 



Walden. 



Gimnison. 



Collbran . . . 

Durango 

Eremmling. 



Soy K. Russell I do.. 

Ezekiel Shelton | Hayden. 

Albert L. Stone , Trinidad. 



Joaeph P. Sweney. 



Appointed. 



Grand Junction (11 
miles east). 



Dec. 


4, 


Mar. 


31, 


Apr. 


19, 


May 


' % 


Aug. 


25, 


May 


8, 


July 


18, 


Jan. 


30, 


July 


17, 


June 16, 


Dec. 


5, 


Nov. 


14, 


Apr. 


5, 


Aug. 


31, 


July 


8, 


Jan. 


24, 


June 30, 


Jan. 


28, 


June 20, 


Mar. 


27, 


Nov. 18, 


May 


31, 


Nov. 


8, 


Dec. 


28, 


Sept 


. 4, 


June 16, 


Aug. 


30, 


Feb. 


26, 



1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1908 
1911 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1908 
1907 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



67 



COLORADO— Contiuued. 
(EIGHTH CIJICUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioners — Con. 
AUen G. Wallihaii. 


Lav 


Feb. 14, 1910 
Feb. 1,1911 
Aug. 6,1910 
Aug.ai, 1908 


Feff. 


Ujklton R. Welch 


DeUa 


Fe(M. 


Aivirew A , WilliunB 


Cope 


Fe(9«. 


L. N . Zalinceir. 


Holly 


J^eon. 




Aav4>»7 .-...••.....•.•T. 





XlimM and places of boldliigcQUftf.— Cirenit ooiwt olappsali: At D^mm, fiist Monday in Sept«p)>er. 
District court: At Denver, firat Tuesdays in Hay and ^py«isM': «b Pueb^ftxtX Tuesday in April; at 
MontTOte, second Tuesday in September. 

District comprises entire State. 

CONNECTICUT. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit judges. 

E. Henry Lacombe 

Alfred 0. Coxe 

Henry G. Ward 

Walter C. Noyee 



Official address. 



Albany, N.Y... 

Utica, N. Y 

New York, N.Y 



Martin A. Knapp * 

District Judge. 
James P. Piatt 



Clerky District Court. 
Edwin E. Marvin 



United States Attorney. 
John T. Robinson 



CUrh to U. S. Attorney. 
Marie R. Prutting, 

United States Marshal. 
Sidney E. Hawley 



Office Deputy. 
G. Brainard Smith ^ 



New Haven (P. O., 
Lyme, Conn.). 

Washington, p. C . . . 



Hartford. 



Hartford. 



Appointed. 



Hartford 



Hartford 



Hartford 



Hartford 



May 26, 1«87 
Jime 3,1902 
Dec. 17, 1907 
•Dec. 18, 1907 

Dec. 20,1910 
Mar. 23, 1902 
July 1,1874 
Apr. 2,1908 
Doc. 1,1910 
Jan. 31,1911 
June 1,1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

7,000 
6,000 
Fees. 
2,500 
350 
2,000 
1,000 



1 See page 84. 



Comi>etitiTe position. 



68 



CONNECTICUT— Continued. 
(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


• 

United States Commissioners. 
Henrv H. Bumhaui 


Norwich 


June 30, 1909 


Faaa 


Charles W. Butler : 


New London 


June 30. 1909 Fees. 


Edwin K. Marvin 


Hartford 


June 30, 1909 Fees. 


Wil1i>Tn A Wn>ht. 


New Haven 


June 30, 1909 Faaa. 











Times and places of holding courts.— District ooort: At New Haven, fourth Tuesdays in February 
ttid September; at Hartford, fourth Tuesday in May, first Tuesday in December. 
District comprises the entire State. 

DELAWARE. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

George Gray 

Joseph Buffington 

William M. Lanning 

Robert W. Archbald ». . . 



District Judge. 
Edward G. Bradford 



Clerhf District Court. 

William G. Mahaffy 

United States Attorney. 

JohnP.Nields 

Ckrk to United States Attorney. 

Ellen Keenan 

United States Marshal. 

Cornelius P. Swain 

Office Deputies, 
(chief)' 

John W. Mitchell 

1 See page 34. 



Official address. 



Wilmington 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Trenton, N. J 

Washington, D. C. 

Wilmington , 



Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 
do..... 



Appointed. 



Dec. 18, 1899 
Dec. 11, 1906 
May 18, 1909 
Jan. 31,1911 

May 11, 1897 

July 1,1903 

Dec. 10, 1907 

Dec. 18, 1909 
Jan. 22,1912 



Dec. 21, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

2,000 

600 

2,000 

1,000 
1,000 



Gomi>etitiye position. 



69 



DELAWARE— Continued. 
(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioner, 
William G. Mahaffy 


Wiliiiinfii;oii 


July 10, 1911 


Fees. 









Tfanes and places of holding courts.— District court: Second Tuesdays in March, June, September, 
and December, at Wilmington* 
District comprises the entire State. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Name and office. 



CouKT OF Appeals. 
Chief Justice. 

Seth Shepard 

Associate Justices. 



Charles H. Robb 



Josiah A. Van Orsdel. 



Clerk Court qf Appeals, 
Henry W. Hodges 

StTPBEMB COUBT. 

Chief Justice, 

Harry M. Clabaugh 

Assodaie Justices, 

Job Barnard 

Thomas H. Anderson 

Ashley M. Gould 

Danied Thew Wright 

Wendell Phillips Sta£Ford 

Clerh Supreme Court. 

John R. Young 

SuperintendeTvtf Washington 
Asylum and JaU, D,C,^ 



Louis F. Zinkhan 



Official address. 



Washington. 

Washington. 
.....do 



Washington. 



Washington. 

Washington. 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Washington. 



Washington. 



Appointed. 



Jan. 


5,1905 


17,500 


Dec. 


11,1906 


7,000 


Dec. 


12,1907 


7,000 


Dec. 


29, 1903 


3,250 



Nov. 16, 1903 

Dec. 19, 1899 
Feb. 6,1902 
Dec. 8,1902 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 13,1904 

Oct. 20,1891 



July 1,1911 



Salary. 



6,000 

6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

4,000 



1,800 



Appointed special disbursing officer Department of Justice, Oct. 13, 1911. 



70 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued: 



Name and office. 



SuPEEMB Court — Continued. 

Probation Officer,^ 
Isaac D. Porter 



Judges of the Police Court, 

(Term 6 years.) 

Alexander R. MuUowny 

James L. Pugh 

CWky Police Court, 
F. A. Sebring 

Chief Probation Officer.^ 
Ohas. A. Massie 



Asst, Probation Officer,^ 
Estelle Foster, Miss 



Juvenile Court. 

Judge of the Juvenile Court, 

(Term 6 years.) 

William H. De Lacy 

CUrh Juvenile Court. 
8. Kemp Edmonston 

Chief Probation Officer, 
John R. Dillon 



Assistant Probation Officers, 
Joseph W. Sandford 

JeanF. King, Miss 

Judges of the Municipal Court, 

(Term 4 years.) 

Charles S. Bundy 

Thomas H. Callan 



Luke C. Stridor. 



Qeorge C. Aukam . . 
Robert H.Terrell. 



Official address. 



Washington. 



Washington. 
do 



Washington. 



Washington. 



Washington. 



Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 
do 



Municipal Building. 
do 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Appointed. 



Aug. 1,1910 



Dec. 21, 1911 
Mar. 30, 1910 

July 1, 1908 

Oct. 18,1910 

Oct. 20,1910 



July 1,1906 

Sept.22, 1911 

Oct. 13,1911 

Oct. 28,1911 
May 17, 1911 



Jan. 11,1910 
Jan. 11, 1910 
Jan. 11, 1910 
Dec. 18, 1911 
J«n. 11,1»10 



Salary. 



11,800 



3,000 
3,000 

2,000 

1,500 

1,200 



3,000 

2,000 

1,500 

1,200 
1,000 



2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 



1 Tom two years, appointed by reapectiye courts. 



71 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued. 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney. 
Clarence R. Wilson 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
James M. Proctor 



Ralph Given 

Samuel McGomas Hawken. 



R. S. Huidekoper. 
John Lewis Smith 



Sydney E . Mudd, jr. . . 

Chief Clerh. 
Harvey Given ' 

Law Clerk. 



John R. Weyrich 

Clerks. 

Mabel E. Ashley 

William Gilchrist 



Bolitha J. Laws. 



Messenger. 

Charles Ernest Allen 

United StaJUs Marshal. 

Aulick Palmer 

Office Deputies. 

W. B . Robison » (chief) 

C. R. Sherwood, jr. ^ 

James A. Hartsock ' 

Thomas F. Cook » 

Agnes Marlowe * 

James P. Aron 

Stephen B. Callahan 

William H. Conn 



Official addtess. 



Washington, 

Washington. 
do 



do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

do 

do 



Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



1 And fees. 



....do. 
* Excepted. 



Appointed. 



Apr. 6,1910 

Sept. 1,1906 
Aug. 1,1904 
Sept.n, 1911 
July 1,1909 
Sept.20, 1911 
July 1,1911 

Oct. 15, 1905 

Apr. 3,1908 

July 20, 1908 
July 1,1911 
Oct. 4,1911 

Dec. 5,1904 

Jan. 9,1910 

Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Mar. 1,1911 
Jan. 10,1910 



Salary. 



Jan. 10,1910 
sCompetidve position. 



»|260 

2,500 
2,400 
* 2,000 
1,800 
1,800 
1,500 

2,420 

1,700 

1,400 
l,30a 
1,200 

720 

5,500 

3,000 
2,006 
1,800 
1,400 
l,i200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 



72 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued. 



Name and office. 



Office Deputies — Continued. 

?)dward R. Elkington. 

Bertrand Emerson 



Carlin S. Eskridgel . 
William J. Kirkland. 



Robert J. Laigent 

John F. May 

Clayton L.PoUey.... 
Harwood E. Read, jr. 
William J. Sammond. 



John H. Trower. 



Viigil G. Williams 

Arthur W. Gash 

Office Deputies, acting as bailiffs, 

Joseph A. Creamer 

Patrick F. Cusick 



M. S. Farmer. 



John R. Hawkins. 



Abraham S. Hecht. . .*. 



Henry Johnson 

Alfred C. Pahner.. 
William R. Palmer. 
W. Jesse Roberts. . . 



Joshua C. Spanish, 
Hugh L.Taylor... 
Clarence Temple.. 
John H. Travers... 



Official address. 



Washington 
do 



.do. 
"do. 
do. 
.do. 
do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Washington. 
do , 



J. Fillmore Warder. 



William A. Wilkerson. 
Marion B. King 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



Appointed. 



Jan. 16,1911 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Oct. 25, 1911 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Oct. 26,1911 
Feb. 2,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 

JaQ. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Sept.16,1911 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Nov. 9,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Jan. 10,1910 
Oct. 25,1911 



Salary. 



II, 200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 

p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 
p. m. 100 



73 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued. 



Name and office. 



Telephone Operator, eourthoiue. 
Walter F. Cusick 



Driver of prison vans. 

Henry L. Stanley 

United States Commissioners. 
William H. Dennis. 



Albert Harper 

James B. Horigan — 
Mason N. Richardson. 



Anson S. Taylor. 
Eutledge Willson. 



Official address. 



Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

do...... 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Appointed. 



June 19, 1911 

Oct. 11,1911 

Jan. 12,1910 
Jan. 12,1910 
June 14, 1909 
June 9,1909 
July 1,1909 
Jan. 12,1910 



Salary. 



1720 

720 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

V 

Fees, 
Fees. 



Times of lioldlns eoiirts.— Court of Appeals: First Tuesdays after first Mondays in January, April, 
and October. 
Suinreme court, general term: First Mondays in January, April, and October, 
drcnit and criminal courts: First Tuesdays in January, April, and October. 
Equity courts: First Tuesday in every month. 
District court: First Mondays in January and July. 
District comprises all the District of Columbia. 

FLORIDA— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Circuit Judges. 
Don A. Pardee 


Atlanta, Ga 


May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

May 20, 1908 

May 28, 1895 

Jan. 12,1909 


$7,000 
7,000 


Andrew P. McConnick 


Dallas, Tex 


David D. Shelby 


Huntsville, Ala 

Pensacola 


7,000 


IHstrict Judge. 
William B. Shenpard 


6,000 
Fees. 


Clerk District Court. 
Frederick W. Marsh 


• 

Pensacola 


United States Attorney. 
Fred C. Cubberly 


Pensacola 


3,600 



74 

FLORIDA— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

• 


Officii address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Assistant United States Attorney. 

Wnrtb W. Trftmmfill 


Fensacola 


Aug. 2,1911 

Feb. 27, 1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

July 21, 1908 
July 21, 1908 
Feb. 3,1909 
July 26, 1909 
Oct. 15,1909 
Apr. 5, 1909 
Apr. 9, 1909 


$1,500 
3,000 


United States Marshal. 
Thomas F. McGourin 


Pensacola 


Office Deputy. 
Herman Wolf (chief)* 


Pensacola 


1.600 


United States Commissioners, 
Edwin Carkuff 


De Funiak Springs. . . 
Bonifav 


Fees, 


Ohftfl. M. riox 


Fees. 


A , M. OuflhrnATi „ , . _ , . - - . . 


Gainesville 


Fees. 


AiP0*4 Vj. Tiewi« . . 


Marianna 


Fees. 


Guyte P. McCord 


Tallahassee 


Fees. 


F. W. Marsh 


Pensacola 


Fees. 


A. McDonald Mover 


do 


Fees. 









1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of lioldlng courts.— District court: First Monday in February, at TaUdkastee; 
first Monday in March, at PensaeoUi; first Mondays in May and December, at OainesviUe, 

Counties tn tlie district.— Alachua, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Holmes, Jackson, 
Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Banta Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, and Washington. 

FLORIDA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Circuit Judges. 
Don A. Pardee 


Atlanta, Ga 


May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Feb. 1,1872 

Mar. 4,1872 

Jan. 25,1910 


$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 


Andrew P. McCormick 


Dallas, Tex 


David D. Shelby 


Huntsville, Ala 

Jacksonville 


District Judge. 
Jamefl W . Loote, 


Clerk District Court, 
Eusene 0. Locke 


Jackpionville 


United States Attorney. 
John M. Cheney 


Jacksonville . 


3,500 



75 



FLORIDA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Asnttant United States Attorney. 
Ridiard P. Marias 



Clerk to UniM States Attorney. 
Fannie D. Sloan (Mis.) 

United States Marshal, 
JohnF. Horr '. 



Office Deputies. 
Norwood L. Finder (chief)* 

T. J.Bundrix 



Frederick W. Johnson. 

Cyrus B. Bristol 

Lewis R. O'Steeni ... 



United States Commissioners. 
William M. Archibald 



Hinton J. Baker, jr. 
H. L. Crane 



J. W. Ewan. 



W. H. H. Gleason. 
W. B. Leitner 



E. O. Locke. 



Quy I. Metcalf. 
JttHufi Otto. . . . 



Fred H. Rand, jr, 
E.P.Roberts 



Wm. Eston Shme. 
T. Picton Warlow. 



David S. WiUiam^. 



Official address. 



Jacksonville. 

Jacksonville. 

Jacksonville. 

Jacksonville. 

do 

Key West... 

Tampa 

Jacksonville. 



Jacksonville. 
Femandina. 



Tampa. 



Miami. 



Eau Gallie. 



Arcadia. 



Jacksonville. 



West Pidm Beach 

Key West 

Miami 

Key West 

Orlando 

do. 

Ocala 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1902 

Mar. 28, 1904 

Feb. 18, 1910 

Dec. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Aug. 1,1911 

June 17, 1909 
Dec. 29, 1908 
June 28, 1909 
May 6,1911 
June 1,1910 
Dec. 15, 1910 
June 17, 1909 
Oct. 17, 1907 
July 12, 1909 
Dec. 14, 1910 
Mar. 22, 1908 
June 7,1911 
Jan. 12,1911 
July 2,1909 



Salary. 



11,500 

900* 

3,000 

1,300 

1,000 

900 

900 

900 

Fees. 
Fees 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fe«a 
Feea 
Fees. 
F«eB« 
Fees^ 
Fees. 



1 Gomi)etitive position. 

Times and irtaees of hoMlns courts.— District court: Second Monday in February, at Tampm; flrat 
Mondays in May and November, at Kejf Wtut; first Monday in December, at JackwnioUU; tliird Monday 
in Jaanary, at Otoit; fourth Monday in April, at Ifiami; first Monday in April, at FemamiiiM. 

Conndes In the district.— Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Citrus, Clay, Columbia, Dade, DeSoto, Duval, 
Hamilton, Hernando, HlUsboro, Lake, Lee, Madiaon, Manatee, Marion, Monroe, Nassau, Orange, Osceola.. 
Palm Beach, Pasco, Polk, Putnam, St. John, St. Lucie, Sumter, Suwanee, and Volusia. 



7<) 



GEORGIA— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit JvdgeB, 
Don A. Pardee 



Andrew P. McCormick. 



David D. Shelby 

District Jvdge, 
William T. Newman 



CUrh District Court, 



Olin C. Fuller. 



United States- Attorney, 
Farish O.Tate 



Assistant United States Attorneys, 
John W. Henley 



Official address. 



Atlanta. 



Dallas, Tex 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Atlanta 



Atlanta. 



Atlanta. 



Atlanta. 



Appointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Aug. 13, 1886 

Oct. 1,1911 

Apr. 6,1910 

Jan. 1, 1906 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,500 



CUrks to United States Attorney, 
Howard Tate 1 



T. L. Galloway^ , 

United States Marshal, 
Walter H. Johnson 



Atlanta. 
do.. 



Office Deputies. 
J. H.Itinard(chief)»... 
Lewis B. Greer * 



W. 0. Thomas ». 



Atlanta. 

Atlanta. 

do.. 

do.. 



United States Commissioners. 
Nathan A. Brown 



W. E. Candler. 



Walter C. Carter. 



Walter T. Colquitt. 
Walter G. Cornett. 



Olin C. Fuller. 
J. B. Gaston... 



Columbus. . 
Blairsville.. 

Atlanta 

do 

Athens 

Atlanta 

Gainesville. 



Dec. 5,1910 
July 1,1896 

Jan. 11,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 

June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 



Excepted position. 



June 30, 1909 

I Ck)mpetitlve position. 



1,800 
1,400 

5,000 

2,000 
1,800 
1,800 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Feet* 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



77 



GEORGIA— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 



(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 






Name and office. 


Official addreee. 


Appointed. 

Nov. 22, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
June 30, 1909 


Salary. 


United States Commisnoners — ^Con. 
T. W. KellogR 


Jasper 


Fees. 


J. C. Printup : 


Rome 


Fees. 


E. P. ShuU 


IiexiufftoTi 


Fees. 


W. A. Wilson 


Blue Ridee 


Fees^ 


W. J. Worley 


Dahlonega 


Fees. 









Times and places of boldlnfi; courts.— Circuit court of appeals: First Monday in October, at 
AUanta, Oa. Northern division, district court: At Atlanta, second Monday in March, first Monday in 
October. 

Western division, district court: At Oolumbtu, first Mondays in May and December. 

Northwestern division, district court: At RonUf third Mondays in May and November. 

Eastern division, district court: At Athens, second Monday In April and first Monday in November. 

Counties in the districts— Northern division: Campbell, Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta„ 
Dawson, Dekalb, Douglas, Fannin, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Oihner, Qwlnnett, Hall, Henry, Lumpkin, 
Milton, Newton, Pickens, Rockdale, Spalding, Towns, Union. 

Western division: Chattahoochee, Clay, Early, Harris, Heard, Marlon, Meriwether, Muskogee, Quit« 
man, Randolph, Schley, Stewart, Talbot, Taylor, Terrell, Troup, Webstar. 

Northwestern division: Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Haralson, Murray, Pauld'^ 
ing, Polk, Walker, Whitfield. 

Eastern division: Banks, Clarke, Elbert, Franklin, Oreene, Habersham, Hart, Jackson, Madison, Mois 
gan, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Rabun, Stephens, Walton, White. 

GEORGIA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 




Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Don A. Pardee 

Andrew P. McConnick 

David D. Shelby 

District Judge, 
Emory Speer , 

Clerh District Court, 
T.F. Johnson 



Atlanta 

Dallas, Tex 

Huntsville, Ala 

Macon 



Savannah. 



United States Attorney, 
Marion Erwin 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Alexander Akerman 

Arthur H. Codington 



Macon. 



Appointed. 



Macon . 
do. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Feb. 18, 1886 

Oct. 27, 1903 

Jan. 11,1910 

Apr. 25, 1901 
Jan. 16,1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees, 

3,600 

2,500 
1,600 



78 



GEORGIA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIBCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

John McManufi 

United States Marshal, 

George F. White 

Office Deputies, 
Heury G. Tucker, (chief deputy) *. 

Frank L. Riley 

Joseph F. Doyle 

JohnC. Heckle 1 

David H. Riley 

J. P. Murray ..., 

E . H . Calhoun .*. 



Ralph D. Hyddelton 

United Stated Commissianeps. 
W. W. Crews 



Alfred H. Crovatt. 
Edward S. Elliott, 
Lenoir M. Erwin. . 



W. H. Godwin. 



Wifliam R. Hewlett, 



William E. Martin, jr. 

RoyE. Powell 

Herbert E. Shfitps 



Official address. 



Macon. 



Macon 



Macon 

do.... 

Savannah. 
Macon — 

do.... 

Augusta . ■ 
Albany... 
Valdosta.. 



Albany.... 
Brunswick. 



Savannah Nov. 18 



Macon 

Augusta. . 
Savannah. 

Macon 

Valdosta. . 



Sftvauoali. 



Appointed. 



July 1,1911 



Jan. 20 

Apr. 1 

Apr. 1 

Apr. 1 

Apr. 1 

Apr. 1 

Dec. 1 

Jan. 3 

July 12 

Oct. 6 
June 12 



July 1 
May 19 
Dec. 6 
July 1 
Jan. 27 
Apr. 4 



1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1911 
1912 
1911 

1910 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1908 
1909 
1908 



Salary. 



1900 

3,500 

1,600 

1,100 

1,000 

1,000 

900 

800 

800 

720 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
iFees. 



*yp^*« p*»* ^ m 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of bolding courts.— District court: First Mondays in May and October, at Macon, 
second Tuesdays in Februavy, May, August, and November, at Savanruih. First. Monday in A^il and 
third Monday in November, at Augusta. Second Mondays In June and December, at Valdosta. Third 
Mondays in June and December, at Albany. 

Counties in tbe district.— Eastern division, at Savannah: Appling, Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, 
Chatham, Effingham, Emanuel, Glynn, Jeff Davis, Liberty, Mcintosh, Montgomery, 8oiev«n, Tatnall, 
Toombs, and Wayne. 

Western division at Macon: Baldwin, Bibb, Butts, Crawford, Dodfoe, Dooly, Haaooak, Houston, 
Jasper, Jones, Laurens, Macon, Monroe, Pike, Pulaski, Putnam, Sumter, Telfair, Twiggs, Upson, Wilcox 
and Wilkinson. 

Northeastern division, at Augusta: Burke, Columbia, Glascock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Johnson, Lincoln, 
McDuffie, Richmond. Taliaferro, Washington, Wilkes, and Warren. 

Southwestern division, at Valdosta: Berrien, Brooks, Charlton, Clinch, Cofifee, Decatur, Echols, Grady, 
Irwin, Lowndes, Pierce, and Ware. 

Albany division, at Albany: Baker, Ben Hill, Calhoun, Colquitt, Crisp, Dougherty, Lee, MUter, MitoihaU 
Thomas, Tift, Turner, and Worth. 



79 



HAWAII. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Ross 



William W. Morrow. 
William H. Hunt*.. 



Supreme Court. 
Chief Justice. 
Alexander G. M. Robertson, 

Associate Justices. 

Antonio Perry 

JohnT. DeBolt 



Clerk of Supreme Court. 

Henry Smith 

First Deputy Clerk of Supreme Court, 
Leslie P. Scott 



Second Deputy Clerk of Supreme 
Court. 

James A. Thompson...^ 

Judges op the Circuit Courts. 

first circuit. 



Henry E. Cooper (first judge) 

William L. Whitney (second judge) 
William J. Robinson (thixd judge)*. 



Official address. 



Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal. . . 
Washington, D. C . . . 



Honolulu. 

Honolulu. 
do... 



Honolulu. 



Honolulu. 



Honolulu. 



SECOND CIRCUIT. 



Selden B. Kingsbury. 



THIRD CIRCUIT. 

John A. Matthewman 



FOURTH CIRCUIT. 

Charles F. Parsons 



FIFTH CIRCUIT. 



J. Hardy, 



Honolulu. 

....do... 

do... 



Honolulu, 



Kailua. 



Hilo. 



Lihue 

1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 



May 15, 1911 

May 6,1909 
Jan. 25,1910 

June 5,1900 

May 4,1906 



May 14, 1906 



Mm. 7,1910 

May 6,1909 

Mar. 6,1906 

Feb. 9,1909 

Jan. 6, 1909 

Jan. 6, 1909 

Jau . 6, 1909 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 



6,000 

5,500 
5,500 

2,700 

1,800 



1,800 



4,000 
4,000 

4,oeo 

4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 



80 



HAWAII— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerl of First Judge, First Circuit. 

Job Batchelor 

Clerh of Second Judge, First Circuit. 

John Marcallino 

Clerh of Third Judge, First Circuit. 

M. T. Simonton 

Clerh Second Circuit, 



Edmund H. Hart. 



Clerh Third Circuit. 



Thomas Aiu. 



Clerh Fourth Circuit. 



A. S. LeBaron Gumey . . • . 

Clerh Fifth Circuit. 

Philip L. Rice 

District Judges. 

(Term 6 yeare.) 
SanfordB. Dole 



Charlee F. Clemens. 



Stenographer to District Judge. 

Qoldie G. Gumey •. 

Clerh District Court. 

A. B. Murphy 

United States Attorney. 
(Term 6 years.) 
Robert W. Breckons 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
C. C. Bitting 



Official address. 



Honolulu. 



Honolulu. 



Honolulu. 



Wailuku. 



Kailua. 



Hilo. 



Lihue. 



Honolulu. 
do... 



Honolulu. 



Honolulu, 



Honolulu. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Honolulu. 



Aug. 7,1904 



Nov. 27, 1906 



May 5,1906 



July 1,1904 



June 17, 1904 



July 1,1911 



Dec. 16, 1909 
May 15, 1911 

Jan. 1, 1904 

Nov. 16, 1908 



Feb. 10, 1908 



Nov. 9,1911 



$1,500 



1,500 



1,500 



1,500 



1,080 



1,500 



1,500 



6,000 
6,000. 

1,200 

3,000 



4,000 



2,000 



81 

HAWAII— Continued. 
(NINTH OIKCTJIT.) 



Name and c^ce. 


• 

Offidal address. 


Appouited. 


Salary. 


Clerk8 to United States Attorney. 
Charlotte T. Sackett 


Honolulu 


Mar. 1,1902 
Sept 9,1910 

Feb. 10,1908 

Apr. 3,1908 
June 1,1910 

July 11, 1911 
Aug. 21, 1909 


$1,200 
900 


Edith Pratt' 


do 


• 

UniUd States Marshal. 

(Term 6 years.) 

Eufirene R. Hendry 


Honolulu 


3,000 

• 

1,800 
1,400 

Fees. 


Office Deputies, 
Hairy H. Holt^chief) 


i 

Honolulu 


David Ikalini S herwood 


do 


United States Commissioners. 
Charles S. Davis 


Honolulu 


Harold Gordon Spencer 


do 


Fees. 


* 







1 Gompetitiye position. 

Times and plaees of bolding: courts.— District court at HotioIuIu the second Mondays in April and 
October, and at Hilo the last Wednesday in January. Special terms may he held at suoh.times and places 
as the judges may deem expedient. 

The district comprises the islands of Hawaii, E^ahoolawe, Kaoai, Lanal, Maui, Molokal, Niihan, Oahn, 
and a number of uninhabited islands. 

"Section 1644. The termis of the circuit courts shall be held as follows: 

<^In the first circuit, at Honolulu on the second Monday of January. 

"In the second circuit, at WaUuku en the third Wednesdays of March and October, and at Ldhaina on 
the third Wednesday of June. 

"In the third circuit, at Kailua on the fourth Wednesdays of April and October, at North Kohala on the 
ourth Wednesday of July, and at Waiohinu on the fourth Wednesday of January 

"In the fourth circuit, at Hilo on the third Wednesdays of February, June, and November, and at HonO' 
taa on the third Wednesday of August. 

"In the fifth circuit, at Lihue on the first Wednesdays of March, July, and November. " 

16111—12 6 



82 



IDAHO. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 




Circuit Judffes. 
William B. Gilbert 



Enkine M. Ross 

William W. Morrow. 
William H. Hunt ».. 



Portland, Oreg 

Lob Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal 

Washington, D. C 



Diatriet Judge. 
Franks. Dietrich 



Boise. 



Clerk Diatrict Court, 
Alonzo L. Richardson 



United States Attorney. 
Curg H. Lingenfelter 



Boise. 



Boise. 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
Samuel L. Tipton 



Boise. 



Clerk and Assistant United States 
Attorney. 

Homer C. Mills 



United States Marshal. 
Shadrach L. Hodgin 



Offire Depvties. 
John Jackson (chief) ^ 



Boise. 



Boise. 



William Schuldt. 
E. W. Beemer.. 



Harvev G. Dietrich (temp, to Dec. 
.31, 1911). 

United States Commissioners. 
Berriman B. Barnes 



Boise... 
Moscow. 
Boise. . . 
do.. 



J. L. Baxter. 



Challis. 
Soldier. 



W. D. Baxter. 
Isaac R. Beal. 
B. J. Briggs... 
J. 1. Brown... 



Caldwell.:.. 
Idaho Falls. 
Roseberrv.. 



Appointed. ' Salary. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22,1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

Dec. 17, 1907 

Apr. 4,1891 

Dec. 16, 1908 

Sept. 16, 1908 



Nov. 1,1911 



Dec. 16, 1908 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,000 



1,800 



4,000 



June 22, 1908 


1,600 


Apr. 20, 1911 


1,200 


Jan. 1,1909 


1,200 


Mar. 21,1911 


1,200 


Dec. 5,1910 


Foes. 


Aug. 26, 1911 


Fees. 


July 8:1911 


Fees. 


Jan. 21,1911 


Fees. 


June 20, 1909 


Fee?. 


Nov. 25, 1907 


Fees. 



1 See page 34. 



2 CornpctitivG positloii. 



83 



IDAHO— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 
David Burrell 



C. M. Butler. 



George H. Carver. 
L. C. Chadwick.. 

John P. Clark 

W. T. Crouch 



A. C. DeMary 

Henry J. Devanev*. 
Frank T. Disnev... 



Otto B. Fleischer. 
George B. Fraser. 
M.W.Frost 



Jtfaiirice Guheen. 
T. F. Halveston. 



William W. Hammell. 
John F. Hanson 



W. C. Howie. 



Edwin W. Hunnicutt, 

J. E. Jaques 

Fred S. Lc^ue 

A. B. Lucas 



Geo. J. McFadden. 



L. M. Lyon Payette 



Official address. 



American Falls. 
StitPs 



Preston 

Grange VI He. 
St. Anthony 
Emmett 



Rupert 

Cambridge. 
Shoshone.. 



Arco 

Twin Falls. 
Harrison . . . 



HoUist^r. 
Boise 



Nezperce... 
Rock Creek. 



Smith Hoge Paris 



Mountain Home. 



Hunnidale. 



Grangeyille. 

Thunder 

Meadows 



Plummer. 



J. W. Merrill I Orofino. 



M. M. Moore ' Whitebird. 



Geo. L. Morgan. 
Eugene O'Neill 



Mackay.. 
Lewistou. 



Appointed. 



Dec. 4,1911 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1908 
1911 
1911 
1911 

I 

1910 I 

I 

1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1908 
1908 

1911 , 

I 

1909 I 



' A^Sf\^m 


*> 


June 


2, 


June 


5, 


Jan. 


12, 


Dec 


23, 


Aug. 


.'^0, 


Mar. 


31, 


Dec. 


5, 


Jan. 


6, 


Oct. 


4, 


July 


25, 


July 


24, 


Mav 


16, 


Mar. 


2, 


Dec. 


5, 


July 


12, 


Feb. 


23, 


Dec. 


6, 


Aug, 


29, 


Oct. 


4, 


Apr. 


5, 


Dec. 


5, 


Jan . 


26, 


Aug. 


24, 


Nov. 


1.5, 


Dec. 


31, 


May 


22, 


July 


12, 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
P'ees. 
Feen. 
Fees. 
P'ees. 
Fees; 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
P'ees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



SI- 



IDAHO— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 

A. W. Post 

Frank Riblett 



Thos. W. Roe. 



Harry H. Runyon. 

C.C. Siggina 

H. R.Smith 



John W. Smith. 



Silas S. Smith, jr. 
Wm. C.Smith.... 



Henry Van Slooter. 

G. Spongbeig 

W. R. Stevens 



.Arthur L. Trenam. 
Theodore Turner . 



Ignatz Weil 

J.E.Williams 

G.J.Wright 

Gilbert F. Yearian. 



Official address. 



Rathdrum. 



Lovett 

Stone 

Buhl 

Twin Falls, 
Moscow 



Rexbiiig. 



do. 



Salmon City. 
Bancroft 



Montpelier, 



Naf. 



Weiser. 



Pocatello... 
Sand Point. 
St. Maries.. 
White Bird. 
Junction... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 16, 1909 



Sept.l5 
Sept.l5 
Apr. 8 
Dec. 7 
Nov. 23 
Apr. 26 
Mar. ?2 
Sept.18 
Mar. 2 
Apr. 17 
Apr. 13 
Oct. 23 
July 6 
Oct. 18 
July 8 
Aug. 24 
Apr. 4 



1911 
1911 
1910 
1911 
1908 
1911 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1908 
1911 
1911 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of boldfns courts.— District court: Northern division, at Coeur d'Alene City on the 
fourth Monday in May and the third Monday in November. 

Central division, at Moscow on the second Monday In May and the first Monday in November. 

Southern division, at Boise City on the second Mondays in February and September. 

Eastern division, at Poeatdlo on the second Mondays In March and October. 

Counties In tlie district.— Northern division: Bonner, Kootenai, and Shoshone. 

Central division: Idaho, Latah, and Nee Perce. 

Southern division: Ada, Blaine, Boise, Canyon, Cassia, Elmore, Lincoln, Owyhee, Twin Falls, and 
Washington. 

Eastern division: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Custer, Fremont, Lemhi, and Oneida. 



85 



ILLINOIS— NORTHE15N DISTRICT, 

(SEVENTH CmCUlT.) 



Name imd ofice. 



Circuit Judges. 
Francis E. Baker 



William H. Seaman. 



Christian C. Eohlsaat. 



Julian W. Mack ^ 



District Judges. 
Eenesaw M. Landis 



Geo. A. Carpenter 

Clerk Circuit Court of Appeals, 
Edward M. HoUoway 

Clerk District Court. 



Thomas C. MacMillan. 



United States Attorney, 

James H. WilkersQn. 

Assistant United States Attorvjeys, 
Elwood G. Godman 



Seward S. Shirer. 



Benjamin Davis 

Walter H. Krimbill, 
Laurence B. Jacobs. 
S. Laing Williams.. 
Alfred R. Hulbert. . 



Arthur A. O'Brien. 



Frederick Dickinson. 



Chas. F. DeWoody. 
Peter P. Mindak. . . 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 

William A. Small (chief clerk). . 
1 See page 34. 



Official addrees. 



Hammond, Ind. (P. 
0., Goshen, Ind.). 

Milwaukee, Wis. (P. 
. , Sheboygan, Wis. ). 



Chicago. 
..do.... 



Washington, D. C . • . . 



Chicago. 
do.. 



Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

do.. 

.....do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 



do. 



.do. 



Appointed. 



Jan. 21, 1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18, 1905 



Jan. 31, 1911 

Mar. 18, 1905 
Jan. 11,1910 

Oct. 20,1898 

Dec. 5,1895 

Aug. 1,1911 

Nov. 16, 1911 
Nov. 24, 1906 
Jan. 1, 1907 
July 1,1911 
Dec. 11, 1908 
Oct. 1,1909 
Mar. 1,1910 
Nov. 20, 1911 
Dec. — , 1911 
Jan. 3, 1911 
Nov. 10, 1911 



Chicago Dec. 1,1906 

> Paid as special examiner. 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 

• 

7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 



3,500 



3,000 

10,000 

4,500 

3,000 

3,000 

2,250 

2,000 

2,000 

2,000^ 

2,000 

1,800 

(?) 
1,200 

3,000 



86 



ILLINOIS— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued, 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerks to United States Attomeu — 
Continued. 

John Byrne 



Lulu M. Rider (Mrs.) » 

Esther Gossett 

PredC. Weet 

Frances McGarry 

Carrie S. Alexander 

Frank Niedner ' , 

Jeanette A. Aylworth 

Bemice C. Caughey , 

Mary J. Viruly.. , 

Ethel Gordon 

Belva L. Guthrie (telephone opr.). 



Official address. 



Chicago. 



Messengers to United States 
Attorney, 

Llewellyn Smith 

Julius Maier 

United States Marshal, 

Luman T. Hoy 

Ojfice Deputies, 

John P. Wolf (chief) » 

C. F. Guenther' 

George Q. Allen ' 

O. E. Bergeson' 

E.C.Cook 

C. T. Donovan 

Thomas Middleton 



Edwin Northrop. . . . 

1 Excepted. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do, 
.do. 
.do. 
do. 



Chicago. 
do.. 



Chicago 

Chicago. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 



Appointed. 



. . . .do, 

s (Also Asst.) 



Nov. 23, 1906 
Dec. 27, 1907 
Aug. 3,1907 
Mar. 23, 1908 
Apr. 27, 1905 
Apr. 1,1908 
Sept.24, 1908 
Nov. 2,1908 
Oct. 30,1911 
July 19, 1909 
Nov. 27, 1911 
Mar. 7,1910 



Aug. 8,1910 
Nov. 21, 1910 

Aug. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Oct. 1,1911 



Oct. 1,1911 

• Comi>etltiYe position. 



Salary. 



12,000 
1,600 
1,400 
1,400 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 

. 1,200 

1,200 

1,000 

1,000 

840 



720 
600 

5,000 

2,500 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



87 



ILLINOIS— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Office Deputies — Continued. 

J. T. Buckner 

William H. Griffith, jr 

Edward C. Marsales 

H.B.Coy 

Charles Schrimpl 

John Gillhooly '.... 

Arthur J. Calder 

Alexander Conley 

Wm. H. Crawley 

Edward T. Webster 

Herman F. Hanke 

United States Commissioners. 
Charles A. Buell 



Official address. 



H. H. Dicus. 



Mark' A. Foote. 



Charles H. Green 



Wirt E. Humphrey. 
Simeon W. King. . . 
Lewis F. Mason 



Burt G. Thompson. 



Chicago. , 

do... 

do.. 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

Freeport. 



Chicago 

Streator 

Chicago 

Freeport 

Chicago 

do 

do 

South Chicago. 



Appointed. 



Aug. 1,1911 
Nov. 9,1908 
Apr. 24, 1908 
Apr. 29, 1909 
July 2,1909 
Mar. 27, 1908 
Nov. 2,1910 
Dec. 1,1910 



Salary. 



Oct. 


1, 1911 


$1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 

/ 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


1,000 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


900 


Oct. 


1, 1911 


720 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Tlines and places of holding courts.— Circuit court of appeals: First Tuesday in October; term is 
divided into three sessions, beginning on first Tuesday in Ootober, flrst Tuesday in January, and second 
Tuesday in April, at Chkago, lU, 

District oourt: Eastern division, at OhkagOt flrst ICondays in February, Maroh, April, May, June, July, 
September, Ootober, and November, and tbe third Monday in Deoember. 

Western division, at Freeport, third Mondays in April and Ootober. "Adjourned terms" (oreated by 
nde of oourt): ChUMffOf flrst Monday in Maroh, flrst Monday in May, flrst Monday in Ootober. 

Counties In tbe district.— Eastern division: Cook, DeKalb, Dupage, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, Lake, 
LasaOe, MoHenry, and Will. 

Western division: Boone, Carroll, Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Whiteside, and Winnebago. 



88 



ILLINOIS— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
Francis E. Baker 



William H. Seaman. 



Christian C. Kohlsaat. 



Julian W. Mack^. 



District Judge. 

J. Otis Humphrey 

Clerk District Court. 
Robert C. Brown 



United States Attorney. 
Wm. A. Northcott 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Henry A. Converse 

Joseph H. Story 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Freda L. Berg 

United States Marshal. 
Wm. H. Behrens 



Office Deputies. 
O. G. Addleman (chief) ^ 

Chas. F. Black 



I. L. Shepherd. 
Robert L. Jones. 



Elmer Grady 

United States Commissioners. 
R. C. Brown 



John M. Elliott. 



C. C. Herr 

J. T. B. Jones. 



Official address. 



Hammond (P. 0., 
Goshen, Ind.). 

Milwaukee (P. 0., 
Sheboygan, Wis.). 

Chicago 

....do 



Washington, D. C . . . 



Springfield. 



Appointed. Salary 



Jan. 21,1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18, 1905 



June 31, 1911 



Mar. 8,1901 



Springfield July 1, 1901 



Springfield. I May 6,1910 



Springfield. 
do 



Springfield. 



July 1,1901 
Jan. 6, 1907 

June 1,1905 



Springfield May 6,1910 

i 

Sprmgfield May 23, 1910 

Peoria i June 1, 1910 

Springfield ' Jan. 22, 1911 

I 

do j Jan. 1,1912 

Quincy j May 23, 1910 

! 

Springfield Jan. 4,1909 

Peoria | Mar. 25, 1909 



Bloomington 
Peoria 



July 1,1909 
Nov. 24, 1911 



17,000 

7,000 

7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,000 
1,200 

900 

4,500 

1,900 

1,500 

1,000 

720 

720 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 See page 34. 



s Ck>mpetitiTe position. 



89 



ILLINOIS— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SEVENTH OIBCUIT.) 



• 

Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissionerg — Con. 
W. P. Martindale 


Quincv 


July 1, 1909 
Aug. 29, 1908 


Fees. 


W. A. Pavev 


'Sb*****^^ •••"*•■"■"••• 

Springrfield 


Fees. 









Times and plaeeB of hoidJng conrte.— District court: Northern divisioii: Third Mondays in April 
and October at Peoria; first Mondays in January and June at Sprtnfffidd; first Mondays in March and Sep- 
tember at (liUneif. 

Ck>unties In the district.— Southern division: Adams, Bond, Brown, Calhoun, Cass, Christian, 
Dewitt, Oreene, Hsnoook, Jersey, Logan, Maoon, Macoupin, Madison, Mason, McLean, Menayd, Mont- 
gomery, Morgan, Pike, Sangamon, Schuyler, and Scott 

Northern diviaioiu Bureau, Fulton, Henderson, Henry, Enox, Livingston, Marshall, MbDonough, 
Meroer, Peoria, Putnam, Rook Island, Stark, Tazewell, Warren, and Woodford. 

ILLINOIS— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Juctges. 
Francis E . Baker 



William H. Seaman. 



Christian C. Kohlsaat. 



Official address. 



Julian W. Mack 



District Judge, 

Francis M. Wright 

Clerk District Court, 

Daniel Hogan 

United States Attorney. 
William E . Trautmann 



Assistant United States Attorneys, 

Samuel Murray Clark 

John E. Hamlin 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Johnson E. Fleming 



Hamm(Hid, Ind. (P. 
O., Goshen, Ind.). 

Milwaukee, Wis. (P. 
0., Sheboygan, Wis.). 



Chicago. 
....do.. 



Washington, D. C. 



Danville (P. 0., Ur- 
bana). 



Danville. 



Danville. 

Danville. 
do... 



Danville..-. 
1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Jan. 21,1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18,1905 



Jan. 31,1911 

Mar. 17, 1905 

Apr. 5, 1905 

Feb. 22, 1910 

Jan. 1, 1906 
Aug. 3,1909 

July 1,1909 



Salary. 



$7,000 

7,000 

7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

1,800 
1,500 

900 



90 



ILLINOIS— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Marshal. 



Charles P. Hitch. 



Office Deputies. 
John L. Watts (chief) K . 
D. G. Williams 



Charles O.Chesnut^ 



F. I. Burt. 



Chester N. Lycan 

United States Commissioners. 



J. C.Allen 



Fred L. Draper. 
Wm. B. Gilbert. 



"Horace A. Hannon. 



Wm. E. Knowles. 
Charles H. Miller. 



Logan B. Skipper. 



Official address. 



Danville. 

Danville. 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 



Olney... 
Danville. 



Cairo. 



do 



East St. Louis. 

Benton 

Centralia 



Appointed. 

Feb. 22, 1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

May 1,1909 
May 1,1909 
Apr. 24, 1911 
Apr. 5,1909 
July 1,1910 
Dec. 22, 1910 
Mar. 20, 1911 



Salary. 



14,500 

2,000 

1,500 

1,200 

720 

720 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— District court: First Mondays in March and September, at 
Danville; first Mondays in April and October, at Cairo; and first Mondays in May and November, at Eati 
St. Louit. 

Counties in the district.— Alexander, Champaign, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Coles, Crawford, Cumber- 
land, Douglas, Edgar, Edwards, Effingham, Fayette, Ford, Franklin, Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin, Irl- 
quois, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Johnson, Kankakee, Lawrence, Marion, Massao, Monroe, Moultrie, Perry, 
Piatt, Pope, Pulaski, Randolph, Richland, St. Clair, Saline, Shelby, Union, Vermilion, Wabash, Wash- 
ington, Wayne, White, and Williamson. 



91 



INDIANA. 
(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



dreuiU Jud{fe$, 
Francis E. Baker 



William H. Seaman. 



Christian C. Kohlsaat.^. 



Julian W. Mack ^ 



DUtrict Judge, 
Albert B. Anderson 



Clerk Dietriet Court. 
Noble C. Butler 



United States Attorney, 
Charles W. Miller 



Aseistant United States Attorney. 
Clarence W. Nichols 



Ckrh to United States Attorney, 
Minnie C. Morgan 

United States Marshal. 
Edward H. Schmidt 



Office Deputies, 
MerriU E.Wilson (chief)*. 

Alonzo Boyd * 

David C. Rankin 



Thomas E. Martin. 



Nerva R. Thurston (Miss) * 

United States Commissioners, 
Warren Berkey 

George B. CardwiU 

PhiloQ. Duran 

Perry J. Freeman 

OrphM.HaU 



Official address. 



Hammondi Ind. (p.o., 
Goshen, Ind.). 

Milwaukee, Wis. (p.o., 
Sheboygan, Wis.). 



Chicago, 111. 
.....do .... 



Washington, D. C 



Indianapolis. 



Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis. 
do 

, :..do 

....do 

....do 



Appointed. 



Jan. 21,1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18, 1905 



Goshen, 



Jan. 31,1911 

Dec. 8,1902 

July 1,1879 

Apr. 1,1909 

Jan. 1, 1908 

May 1,1909 

May 9,1911 

May 18, 1911 
May 18, 1911 
May 18, 1911 
May 18, 1911 
May 18, 1911 

Oct. 10,1908 



New Albany j June 10, 1910 



Laporte 

Richmond . . 
Terre Haute. 



July 8,1909 
Sept. 28, 1911 
Jan. 4,1911 



Salary. 



17,000 

7,000 

7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,500 

1,000 

4,500 

1,800 

1,200 

1,000 

900 

900 

Fees 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



tSeepageSi. 



> Ck>inpetitive position. 



92 



INDIANA— Continued. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissionerg — Con. 
James M. House 


Vincennes 


Oct. 7,1009 
July 3,1909 
Sept. 15, 1909 
Nov. 22, 1910 
Oct. 20, 1911 


Fees. 


Thomas J. Losan 


Fort Wayne 


Fees. 


Charles W. Moores 


Indianapolis 


Fees. 


Charles H. Stuart 


Lofiransport 


Fees. 


Charles L. Surprise 


Hammond 


Fees. 


Thad M. Talcott, ir 


South Bend 


Sept. 28, 1911 Fees. 


James W . Wartmann 


E vansville 


July 3,1909 
Dec. 1,1911 


Fees. 


Howard S. Youns: 


Indianapolis 


Fees. 









Times and places of holding conrts.— District court: First Tuesdays in May and Nov^aber, at 
Indianapolis; first Mondays in January and July, at New Albany; first Mondays in April and October, at 
EmnsmlU; second Tuesdays in June and December, at Fort Wayne; third Tuesdays in April aUd October, 
at Hammond. 

District con^prises the entire State. 

IOWA— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Walter H. Sanborn 

William C. Hook 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Carland ^ . . . 

District Judge. 

Henry Thomas Keed 

Clerk District Court 
Alonzo J. Van Duzee 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Kans. 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 
Washington, D. C . . . 

Cresco , 

Dubuque 

1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

Mar. 7,1904 

Aug. 21, 1882 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 



93 



IOWA— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and <^Sce. 



United States Attorney. 
Frederick F. FaviUe 



Amstant United States Attorney. 

James A. Rogers 

Clerk to United States Attorney, 
Albert E. Foster 



United States Marshal. 



Edward Knott, 



Ojjice Deputies. 

Horace Poole (chief)* 

JohnW. Philpot» 

M. L. Healy 

Frank A. Blanchard 



D. E. Phelan. 



United States Comrnissioners, 

Munroe M. Cady *. 

Franklin W. Harwood 



James Martin. 



A.O.Wakefield 



Official address. 



Sioux City (post of- 
fice, Storm Lake, 
Iowa). 



Fort Dodge. 



Storm Lake. 



Dubuque. 



Dubuque 
do... 



Cedar Rapids. 
Sioux City... 
Fort Dodge. . 



Dubuque 

Cedar Rapids. 
Fort Dodge. . 
Sioux City. . . 



Appointed. 



Dec. 10, 1907 



May 15, 1907 

June 1,1911 

Dec. 10, 1907 

Jan. 1, 1908 
Jan. 1,1908 
Mar. 4,1911 
Dec. 15, 1910 
Jan. 1, 1909 

July 1,1909 
Sept. 29, 1910 
June 13, 1911 
July 2,1910 



Salary. 



14,500 



1,400 

1,000 

4,000 

1,500 

1,500 

1,000 

720 

600 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



I Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— District court, Cedar Rapids division. Cedar Rapids: First 
Tuesday in April and fourth Tuesday in September. 

Eastern division, Dubuque: Fourth Tuesday in April and first Tuesday In December, and Waterloo, 
second Tuesdays in May and September. 

Western division, Siova City: Fourth Tuesday in May and third Tuesday in October. 
. Central division, Fort Dodge: Second Tuesdays in June and November. 

Counties In the district.— Eastern division: Allamakee, Blackhawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Cliickasaw, 
Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fajrette, Floyd, Howard, Jackson, Mitchell, and Winneshiek. 

Cedar Rapids division: Benton, Cedar, Grundy, Hardin, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, and Tama. 

Central division: Butler, Calhoun, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Franklin, Hamilton, Hancock, Humboldt, 
Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Webster, Winnebago, Worth, and Wright. , 

Western division: Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Ida, Lyon, Monona, O'Brien, Osceola, 
Plymouth, Sac, Sioux, and W oodbury. 



94 



IOWA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Walter H. Sanbom 

William C. Hook , 

Elmer B. Adams , 

Walter I. Smith... 

John Emfhett Carland ^ 

District Judge, 

Smith McPherson 

Clerk District Court. 



William C. Mac Arthur. 



United States Attorney. 
Marcellus L. Temple 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Henry W. Brandt 

United States Marshal. 
Frank B. Clark 



Office Deputies. 
I. H. Hammond (chief)*, 

Geo. E. Bidwell 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenwoith, Kans... 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs 

Washington, D. . . . . 



Creston (post office, 
Redoak). 



Des Moines, 



Des Moines (post of- 
iice, Osceola, Iowa). 



Keokuk. 



Osceola. 



Des Moines. 



Des Moines. 



Wayne Morse 

Frank Hardy 

Wm. A. Gronew^g 

Wesley Brjrant 

United States Commissioners. \ 
Arthur G. Bush ' 

Geo. H. Castle 

Abraham W. Enoch 

Robert H. Hanna 



do. 
do. 



Ottumwa. 



Council Bluffs. 
Creston 



> See page 34. 



Davenport. . 
Shenandoah . 
Ottumwa. . . 
Creston 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

May 7,1900 

Jan. 1, 1901 
Dec. 17, 1907 



Feb. 1,1911 

Dec. 10, 1907 

Feb. 1,1908 
Oct. 1,1910 
Mar. 24, 1911 
Feb. 22, 1911 
Oct. 1, 1910 
Oct. 1,1910 

July 1,1909 
Dec. 16, 1910 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 
4,500 

1,500 

l,20d 

4,00« 

1,800 
1,200 
900 
700 
600 
500" 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



* Ck>inpetlthre pofitkni. 



95 



IOWA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

• 


Official address. 
Des Moines 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioners — Con. 
William C. MacArthur 


July 1,1909 
Sept. 21, 1910 


Fees. 


William F. Sapp 


Council Bluffs 


Fees. 







Times and places of holding courts.— District court, central division: At Let M>ines, second Tues- 
day in May and third Tuesday in November. 

Eastern division: ^t Keokuk, secon^-Tuesday in April and third Tuesday in October. 

Western division: At Council Blufft, second Tuesday Ip March and third Tuesday in September. 

Southern division: At Cretton, fourth Tuesday in March and first Tuesday in November. 

Davenport divi8lon:^At Davenport^ fourth Tuesday in April and first Tuesday in October. 

Ottumwa division: At Ottumwa, first Monday after fourth Tuesday in March and first Monday after 
third Tuesday in October. 

Counties In tlie district.— Central division: Boone, Dallas, Greene, Outhrie, Jasper, Madison, Marion, 
Marshall, Polk, Poweshiek, Story, Wanen. 

Eastern division: Des Moines, Henry, Lee Louisa, Van Buren. 

Western divisfon: Audubon, Carroll, Cass, Crawford, Harrison, Mills, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, 
Shelby. 

Southern division: Adair, Adams, Clarke, Decatur, Fremont, Lucas, Page, Ringgold, Taylor, Union, 
Wayne. 

Davenport divisfon: Clinton, Muscatine, Scott, Washington. 

Ottumwa division: Appanoose, Davis, Jefferson, Keokuk, Mahaska, Monroe, Wapello. 

KANSAS. 



(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Circuit Judges. 

Walter H. Sanborn 

William C. Hook 



St. Paul, Minn ' Mar. 17, 1892 

Leavenworth i Nov. 17, 1903 



Elmer B. Adams ' St. Louis, Mo ' Dec. 12, 1905 



Walter I. Smith ' Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

John Emmett Carland * , Washington, D. C . . . 

District Judge. 

John C. Pollock | Kansas City, Kans. . 

Clerk District Court. , 

Morton Albaugh Topeka 

United States Attorney. , 



Harry J. Bone i Topeka , 

>Seepage84. 



Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

Dec. 1,1903 

Nov. 29, 1904 

Dec. 18, 1905 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 



96 



KANSAS—CoDtiilued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
McCabe Moore 



Charlea S. Briggs 

Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Janet Gardner, Miss 

Sally Y. Scatt, Mrs 

United States Marshal. 
John R. Harrison 



Office Deputies. 
B. F. Flenniken (chief) V 

U.E.Need 



N. H. Nicholson (temp.) 
Peter C. Hessner 



Roberta H. McKirahan (stenog.) ^ 

United States Commissioners. 
Lee Bond 



F. L. Campbell. 
George W. Chase 

0. Q. Claflin 

J. F. Shearman.. 



B. F. Stocks, 

C. B. White. 



Official address. 



Topeka. 
do. 



Topeka. 
do. 



Topeka. 



Topeka 

do.... 

Wichita . . 

Fort Scott. 
Topeka — 



Leavenworth. 



Topeka 

Junction City. 
Kansas City.. 

Wichita 

Garden City.. 
Fort Scott.... 



Appointed. 



Jan. 9 
May 24 

Feb. 1 
June 5 

July 24 

Aug. 16 
Aug. 16 
Aug. 16 
Nov. 1 
Aug, 16 

Apr. 10 
Feb. 12 
July 12 
Nov. 18 
May 1 
Apr. 14 
Apr. 1 



1911 
1909 

1906 
.1911 

1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1909 



Salary. 



12,400 
1,500 

1,200 
900 

4,000 

2,000 
1,*200 
1,000 
1,000 
900 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Ck)mpetitiTe position. 

Times and places of holding court.— District Ck>urt : First division: At Leavenworth, second Mon- 
day in October; at Topeka, second Monday In April; at Kansas City, second Monday in January and 
first Monday In October; at Salina, second Monday in May. 

Second division: At Wichita, second Mondays In March and September. 

Third division: At Fort Scott, first Monday in May and second Monday in November. 

Counties in the district.— First division: Atchison, Brown, Chase, Cheyenne, Clay, Cloud, Decatur, 
Dickinson, Doniphan, Douglas, Ellis, Franklin, Geary, Gove, Graham, Jackson, Jefferson, Jewell, Johnson, 
Leavenworth, Lincoln, Logan, Lyon, Marion, Marshall, Mitchell, Morris, Nemaha, Norton, Osage, Os- 
borne, Ottawa, Pfiillips, Pottawatomie, Kawlins, Eepublic, Eiley, Books, Bussell, Saline,' Shawnee, 
Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Thomas, Trego, Wabaunsee, Wallace, Washington, and Wyandotte. 

Second division: Barber, Barton, Butler, Clark, Comanche, Cowley, Edwards, Ellsworth, Finney, Ford, 
Grant, Gray, Greeley, Hamilton, Harper, Harvey, Haskell, Hodgeman, Keamy, Kingman, Kiowa, Lane, 
McPherson, Meade, Morton, Ness, Pawnee, Pratt, Beno, Rice, Bush, Scott, Sedgwick, Seward, Stafford, 
Stanton, Stevens, Sumner, and Wichita. 

Third division: Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Chautauqua, Cherokee, Coffey, Crawford, Elk, Greenwood, 
Labette, Linn, Miami, Montgomery, Neosho, Wilson, and Woodson. 



97 



KENTUCKY— EASTERN DISTRICT, 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Circuit Jvdges, 

Jidm W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Knappen \ Grand Rapids, Mich., 

Arthur C. Denison do. 



Official address. 



District Judge. 



A. M. J. Cochran Covington (P. 0., 

I Maysville). 
Clerk Distriet Court. I 



J(din W. Menzies: 

United States Attorney. 

Edwin Porch Morrow 

AMistant United States Attorney. 

Sawyer A. Sinith 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Golde Rardin (Miss) 

United States Marshal. 

Asbury B. Patrick 

Office Deputies, 

Samuel S. Shepard (chief) ^ 

Emmett Orr ! 

OlHe D. Mitchell 



Virginia H. Sharp * 

United States Commissioners. 

J. M. Beatty 

M. VanD.Bell 



Covington. 

Covington. 

Covington. 

Covington. 

Covington , 

Covington. 

do.... 

do... 



do. 



Beatty ville. 
Covington . 



W. C. Bennett ! Richmond 

1 Competitive position 
16111—12 1 



Appointed. 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Jan. 31,1910 
Oct. 3, 1911 

Dec. 17, 1901 

Jan. 1, 1912 

Jan. 26,1911 

Sept. 24, 1910 

Feb. 16, 1911 

Jan. 25, 1910 

Feb. 15, 1910 
Feb. 16, IWO 
Feb. 15, 1910 
Feb. 15, 1910 

July 12, 1909 
Jan. 1,1912 
Oct. 16,1909 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,400 

1,000 

5,000 

2,000 

1,500 

1,000 

900 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



98 



KENTUCKY— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commiaaionerg — Con. 
Allen N. Cioco 



J, R.Cook.... 
I.E.Gray.... 
lohn W.Hale. 
R. A. Hurst. . 



£. N. Ingram , 

William S. Lawwill. 



Geo. C. Moore. 



J. M. Spears 

B.T.Wesley 

CEas. N. Wiard.. 
filanley 0. Wood. 
Henry L. Woods. 
S. S. Yantis 



Official address. 



West Liberty. 
Somerset 



Pikeville. 



Whitesbuig: 

Jackson 

Pineville 



Danville. . . 

London 

Catlettsburg. 

Somerset 

Frankfort... 
Mt. Sterling. 
Olive HiU... 
Lexington... 



Appointed. 



Oct. 16,1909 
Oct. 16,1909 
Sept. 7,1908 
Dec. 7,1909 
Dec. 28, 1908 
Apr. 12, 1909 
Mar. 26, 1910 
Mar. 25, 1911 
Apr. 20, 1908 
Mar, 1,1910 
Apr. 6,1908 
Nov. 29, 1910 
July 3,1909 
Oct. 16,1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Feee. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Feesk 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of hcMlng courts.— District court: Jacksonf first Monday in March and third 
Monday in September; Frankfort, second Monday in March and fourth Monday In S^tember; Covington, 
first Monday in April and third Monday in October; Richvrumdy fourth Monday in April and second ^Monday 
In November; London, second Monday in May and fourtti Monday in (Tovember; OaUetUburg, fourth 
IConday in May and second Monday tn December. 

Counties In tlie district.— Anderson, Bath, Bell, Boone, Bourbon, Boyd, Boyle, Braqjcen, Breathitt * 
Campbell, Carroll. Carter, Clark, Clay, Elliott, Estill, Fayette, Flemfaig, Floyd, Franklbi, Gallatin, Gar- 
iBid, Grant, Greenup, Harlan, Harrison, Henry, Jackson, Jessamine, Johnson, Kenton, Knott, Knox, 
Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison, Magofiin, Martin, Mason, Menifee, 
Mercer, Mcmtgomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Owen, Owsley, Pendleton, Perry, Pike, Powell, Pulaski, Robert- 
800, BociEcastle, Rowan, Scott, Shelby, Trimble, Wayne, Whitley, Wolfe, and Woodford. 



99 



KENTUCKY— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

John W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Knappen 

Arthur C. Denison 



District Judge. 
Walter Evans 



Clerk District Court. 



A. G. Ronald. 



United States Attorney, 

George DuRelle 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

John P. Haswell, jr 

Clerk to United States Attorney, 
Elsa A. Peters 



United States Martial, 



Official address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Grand Rapids, Mich.^. 
do 



Louisville. 



Louisville. 



Louisville. 



Louisville. 



Louisville. 



Louisville. 



George W. Long 

Office Deputies. 

William Blades (chief) * Louisville 

Lewis Ryans 

Hortense-Horton (Miss) ' 

William L. Hazelip 

Elwood Neel 

Chas. T. Nichols 

Joseph A. Wise Bowling Green. 

1 Competitive position. 



.-..do 

....do 

....do 

Paducah... 
Owensboro. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Jan. 31,1910 
Oct. 3, 1911 

Mar. 3,1899 

Jan. 1,1912 

Mar. 2,1911. 

Apr. 1,1911 

Jan. 16,1912 

June 7,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 



Salary^ 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,400 

1900 

5,000 

1,3.00 
1,5CS) 
1,{HK) 
72S> 
720 
72D 
600 



100 



KENTUCKY— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commisgionera. 
Charlee C. Boldrick 



Richard J. Carotheis. 



^eIlry F. Cassin. 
Alvan H. Clark. 



John A. Dean, jr. . . . 
Wm. A. Gardner... 



Geo. S. Hardy.... 
John A. Perkins.. 
William L. Porter. 
B3rTon Renfrew. . . 
John H. Rice 



F. R. Winfrey. 



Official address. 



Lebanon. 



Hopkinsville. 
Louisville 



Hopkinsville. 
Owensboro... 



Paducah 

Russell ville 

Albany 

Glasgow 

Bowling Green. 
Leitchfield 



Columbia. 



Appointed. 



July 
Nov. 
July 
Apr. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
July 
Dec. 
Nov. 
May 
July 



1 
4 
1 
27 
11 
1 
1 

25 
10 
28 
28 
1 



1909 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1908 
1910 
1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees 



Thues and places of holding courts.— District court: LouisviUe, second -Monday in March and 
second Monday in October. Paivedh, third Monday in April and third Monday in November. Oweiw- 
borOf first Monday in May and fourth Monday in November. Bowling Green, third Monday In May 
and second Monday in December. 

Counties in the district.— Adair, Allen, Ballard, Barren, Breckinridge, BuUltt, Butler, Caldwell, 
Calloway, Carlisle, Casey, Christian, Clinton, Crittenden, Cumberland, Daviess, Edmonson, Fulton, 
Graves, Grayson, Green, Hancock, Hardin, Hart, Henderson, Hickman, Hopkins, Jefferson, Lame, 
Livingston, Logan, Lyon, McCracken, McLean, Marlon, Marshall, Meade, Metcalfe, Monroe, Muhlenberg, 
Nelson, Ohio, Oldham, Russell, Simpson, Spencer, Taylor, Todd, Trigg, Union, Warren, Washbiirton 
and Webster. 



101 



LOUISIANA— EASTERN OlSTRICT. 

» » - 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Ciremt Judges. 
Don A. Pardee 



Andrew P. McCormick. 



David D. Shelby 

District Judge. 
RufusE. Foster 



Clerk Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Frank H. Mortimer 

Clerk District Court. 
H. J. Carter 



United States Attorney. 
Charlton Reid Beattie 



Assistant United States Attorney. 

Louis Hemy Bums 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

May B. Ludlow 

Messenger,' 

Hayward L. Oubre 

United States Marshal. 
Victor Loisel 



Office Deputies. 
T. F. Laiche (chief) ^ . . 
T. I. Galbrethi 



Emile M. Kinler. 
T. A. Pecot 



F. Patten 



United States Commissioners. 

LawBon B. Aldridii 

Arthur H. Browne 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Ga 

Dallas, Tex 

HuntsrUle, Ala 

New Orleans 



New Orleans. 



New Orleans. 



New Orleans, 



New Orleans. 



New Orleans. 



New Orleans. 



New Orleans. 



New Orleans. 
do 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Baton Rouge. 



New Orleans. . . 
^ Competitive position. 



Ai^jfit^. 



May 13, 188L 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1890 

Feb. 2,1909 

Nov. 1,1911 

Nov. 1, 1911 

Feb. 18, 1909 

Oct. 26,1911 

Mar. 1,1909 

Feb. 9,1910 

May 19, 1908 

Oct. 1,1908 
Oct. 1, 1908 
Mar. 15, 1911 
Mar. 15, 1911 
June 3,1911 

Oct. 30, 1911 
Mar. 10, 1911 



Salary. 



.•' $7, OGO 

7,»oeo 



> • ^ • 



6,000 

3,500 

Feed. 

3,500 

2,500 

1,200 

600 

4,000 

1,500 

1,400 

1,000 

900 

780 

Fees. 
Fees. 






102 



LOUISIAN^'-v^SiASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



'^» • 



»..:~a. 

• • 

f* 

Name iEi;%<f office. 

• 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


% 

United States Commiasionera — Con. 

• 

Henrv 7* Carter 


New Orleans 

do 


June 8,1909 
Feb. 28, 1908 
June 8,1909 


Fees. 


EcKzoakt'H. Carter 


Fees. 


Attii^ H. Mortimer. 


do 


Fees. 


* • 
• 

*■- < .... 










' Tbnes and places of boldlng courts.— Ciicuit court of appeals: Third Monday in Noyember, at 
• Jfew Orleans. 

District court: At New OrlearUt third Mondays In February, May, and November. At Baton Rwige 
aecond Mondays In April and November. 

Parisbes In the district.— New Orleans division: Assumption, Iberia^ Jefferson, Lafourche, Orleans, 
Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St, James, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary, St. Tammany, Tangi- 
pahoa, Terrebonne, and Washington. 

Baton Rouge division: Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Fointe 
Goupee, St Helena, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana. 

LOUISIANA— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 

Don A. Pardee 

Andrew P. McCormick 

David D . Shelby 

District Judge. 

Aleck Boarman , 

Clerk District Court, 

Leroy B. Gulotta 

United States Attorney, 

E. H. Randolph 

Assistant United States Attorney 

Lewell C. Butler 

Clerk to United States Attorney, 
JL B. George Domion 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Gra 

Dallas, Tex 

Huntsville, Ala 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 



Appointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

May 18,1881 

Dec. 1,1908 

Jan. 1, 1911 

Jan. 2,1911 

Apr. 12, 1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

2,500 

1,800 

1,200 



103 



LOUISIANA— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and oflSce.. 



United States Marshal, 

Ben. Ingouf 

Office Deputies, 

J. M. Grimmet (chief) * 

Yancey Collins. .^ 

L.B.Lea* 



J.J.BailUo 

United States Commissioners, 
Lawson B. Aldrich 



J. Fhillippe Breda 

Frederick Charles Cook 
Wm. E. Gorham 



A. M. Mayo 

W. A. O'Kelly 

J. Morgan Sandoz . 

Jno. F. Slattery 

W. W. Whittington, jr, 



Official address. 



Shreveport. 

Shreveport. 
do.... 



do. 



Alexandria. 



Baton Rouge. 
Natchitoches. 



Alexandria . . 

Jennings 

Lake Charles. 

Monroe 

Opelousas 

Shreveport. . 
Alexandria. . 



1 Competttive posltiaii. 



Appointed. 



Dec. 13, 1910 

Jan. 1,1911 
Jan. 1,1911 
Jan. 1,1911 
Jan. 11,1911 

Oct. 30, 1911 
Apr. 17, 1911 
Jan. 1, 1912 
Mar. 12, 1910 
Apr. 26, 1909 
May 19, 1910 
Nov. 2,1909 
May 16, 1908 
July 25, 1909 



Salary. 



|2,B00 

1,500 

1,000 

900 

600 

Fees. 

F€8M. 

Fc^. 



FQ0B. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and plaees of holding courts.— District court: First MondAjt in January and June, JA 
Opdotuas; fourth Mondays In January and June, at Alexandria; third Mondays in February and Octobfgrj 
At Sihrweport; first Mondays in April and Ootober, at Monroe: third Mondays in May and December, at 
Lake GharUa. 

Patlslies In tbe district.— Alexandria division: Avoyelles, Catahoula, Grant, La Salle, Rapides, 
Winn. 

Monroe division: Caldwell, Concordia, East Carroll, Franklin, Jaokaon, Lincoln^ Madison, Morehoiia^, 
Ouachita, Richland, Tensas, Union, West Carroll. 

Opelousas division: Bvangeline, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, Vermilion. 

Shreveport division: Bossier, Bienville, Caddo, Claiborne, De Soto, Natchitoches, Red River, Sabine, 
Webstar. 

Lake caiarles division: Acadia," Calcasieu, Cameron, Vernon. 



104 



MAINE. 

(FIRST CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
Le Baron B. Colt 



WiUiam L. Putnam. 
T^/illiamSchofield... 



District Judge. 
Clarence Hale 



Clark District Court. 

James E. Hewey 

United States Attorney. 
Robert T. Whitehouse 



Assistant United States Attorney. 

Arthur Chapman 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Margaret £. Stevens 

United States Marshal. 

Henry W. Mayo 

Office Deputies. 

Burton Smith (chief)* 

Winfield S. Hasty » 

F. E. Stevens 



United States Commissioners. 



William M. Bradley. 
Frank G. Farrington 
Chas. H. Reid, jr... 



Official address. 



Providence, R. I. 
Portland 



Boston, Mass. 



Portland. 



Portland. 

Portland. 

Portland, 

Portland. 

Portland. 

Portland. 

do... 

....do... 



Portland. 
Augusta. 
Bangor. . 



^Competitive position. 



Appointed. 



July 5,1884 
Max. 17, 1892 
June 6,1911 

July 1,1902 

Jan. 10,1903 

Jan. 16,1910 

Dec. 16, 1906 

Feb. 3,1906 

Dec. 19, 1911 

Jan. 1, 1912 
Jan. 1, 1912 
Jan. 1, 1912 

July 1,1909 
July 28, 1909 
May 19, 1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

3,000 

1,200 

600 

3,000 

2,000 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— District court: At Portland, on the first Tuesday in April, 
on the third Tuesday in September, and on the second Tuesday in December; at Bangor, on the first 
9?uesday in June: Provided, however, That in the year 1912 a session shall be also held at Portland on 
the first Tuesday In February. 

District comprises the entire State. 



105 



MARYLAND. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



(Xrcuit Judges, 
Nathan Goff 



Jeter 0. Pritchard. 



District Judges. 
Thomas J. Morris * 



John C. Rose. 



Clerk Distriet Court, 

Arthur L. Si)amer 

United States Attorney. 
JohnP. Hill 



Assistant United States Attorney. 

J. Craig McLanahan 

Clerl and Assistant to United 
States Attorney. 

Anthony W. E^tU9 

Messenger. 

Robert V. Brown 



United States MarsTutl. 

Geo. W. Padgett 

Office Deputies. 
Adolph P. Schuch (chief) ». . 

Patrick W. Seery 

J. Wesley Gilroy' 

William Zimmerman 



Jacob D. George 

United States Commissioners. 



Thos. J. Anderson. 
G. Morris Bond. . . 
Julian Brewer.... 



John Louis Burger. 



Official address. 



Clarlosburg, W. Va. 
Afi^eviHe, N. G 



Baltimwe. 



do. 



Ba,ltimore. 



Baltimore. 



Baltimore. 



Baltimore. 



Baltimore. 



Baltimore. 



Baltimore... 

do 

....do 

....do 

Cumberland. 

Cumberland. 
Baltimore. . . 
Annapolis... 
Baltimore... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Apr. 27, 1904 

July 1,1879 
Apr. 4,1910 

Jan. 18,1907 

Apr. 4,1910 

Apr. 23, 1910 



May 1,1908 
Oct. 24, 1910 

July 17, 1910 

> 

July 18, 1910 
July 18, 1910 
July 18, 1910 
July 18, 1910 
July 18, 1910 

Jan. 25,1908 
July 15, 1909 
Aug. 2,1910 
July 13, 1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,000 



1,000 

$30 mo. 

3,500 

2,000 

1,000 

1,000 

820 

300 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



iNo vacancy to be fiUed. Aot of Feb. 24 ,1910. 



' Competitiye position. 



106 



MARYL AN D— Continued. 
(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official addreflH. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commisnoners — ^Con. 
Al*xftT>'^er R. Hacmer 


Haflferstown 


July 15, 1909 
July 1,1909 
Jan. 12,1910 
Jan. 12, 1910 


Fees. 


Robert Lyon Roeers.. 


Baltimore 


Fees. 


Elmer H. Walton.. 


Salisburv 


Fees. 


Edward P. Wyatt 


Criafield 


Fees; 









Ttjues and plaees of holding eourts.— District court: First Tuesdays In March, June, September, 
and December, at BalHmore; second Monday in May and last Monday in September, at Cumberland. 
District comprises the entire State. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

(FIRST CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
Le Baron B. Colt 



William L. Putnam. 
William Schofield.. 



District Judge. 

Frederic Dodge 

Clerk Circuit Court oj Appeals. 

Francis M. Fogarty 

Clerk District Court. 



Charles E. Darling 

United States Attorney. 
Asa P. French 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
William H. Garland 



Edward Mark Sullivan 



J. Bernard Ferber, 



Official address. 



Providence, R. I. 

Portland, Me 

Boston 



Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

do. 

do. 



Appointed. Salary. 



July 5,1884 
Mar. 17, 1892 
June 6,1911 

Feb. 23, 1905 

July 1,1909 

Jan. 1, 1912 

Jan. 11,1910 

June 25, 1901 
June 1,1907 
June 22, 1908 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

3,500 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,500 
2,000 
1,600 



107 



MASSACHUSETTS— Continued. 

(FIRST CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerks to United States Attorney, 
Daniel A. Shea 



Emma P. Locke. 



Minnie C. Litchfield 



Messenger. 

Joseph Carroll 

United States Marshal. 

Guy Murchie 

Office Deputies. 
Charles F. Moree (chief) 2. . , 
James H. Waters 



Charles A. Bancroft. 
James C. Ruhl 



Geo. S. Glover. 



George A. Crockwell 

James A. Tighe 

Geo. T. Marvin 



Edward J. Leyden 

United States Commissioners. 

Charles K. Darling 

Frank F. Dresser 

A. McL. Gpodspeed 

Frank W. Grinnell 



Richard W. Hale 



WilliamA. Hayes, 2d. 
John L. Rice 



Arthur H.Wood. 



Official address. 



Boston 

do. 

do. 



Boston, 



Boston 



Boston . 

do..... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do.'.... 

do 

Springfield. 

Boston 



Worcester. 



New Bedford 



Boston 

do 

do 

Springfield. 
Pittsfield . . 



Appointed. 



Apr. 1,1902 
July 13,1896 
Oct. 24,1907 

Apr. 29, 1908 

Apr. 28, 1908 

May 4,1908 
May 4,1908 
May 4,190a 
May 4,1908 
Dec. 6,1909 
July 10, 1911 
June 16, 1911 
Dec. 1,1911 
May 8,1909 

June .16, 1908 
Sept. 24, 1910 
July 7,1909 
Dec. 5,1911 
Jan. 11,1911 
Feb. 5,1910 
July 19, 1909 
June 16, 1910 



Salary. 



11,400 
1,300 
1,100 

$30 mo. 

. 5,000 

2,000 
1,500 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 
1,000 
500 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Excepted. > Ck>mpetitiye position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— Circuit court of appeals: Annual term, first Tuesday in 
October; sessions for hearing cases, first Tuesdays in January and October, second Tuesday in April, at 
Botton. District court: Third Tuesday in March, fourth Tuesday in June, second Tuesday in September, 
and first Tuesday in December, at Boston. Second Tuesday in May and second Tuesday in December, at 
Springfidd. 

District comprises the entire State. 



108 



MICHIGAN— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

John W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Knappen 

Arthur C. DenieK>n 

District Judge. 

Alexis C. Angell 

Clerk District Court. 
Elmer W. Voorheis 



United States Attorney. 
Arthur J. Tuttle 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
J. Edward Bland 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Guy M. Eggleston 

United States Marshal. 

Milo D. Campbell 

Offi4x Deputies. 

Harry Olin Turner (chief) ^ 

Duncan D. Lyon 

John V. Trollope 

L.W. Tobias 



Official address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Grand Rapids. . . 
do 



Detroit. 



Detroit. 



Detroit. 



Detroit. 



Detroit, 



Detroit. 



United States Commissioners. 

Edward C. Chapin 

O. Scott Clark 



Carrie Davison. 



Jared W. Finney.. 
George E. Frost... 
Edward W. Harris. 



Detroit 

do 

do 

Bay City.... 

Lansing 

Battle Creek. 
Detroit 



Fnmk S. Pratt. 



do 

Cheboygan. 
Fort Huron. 



Bay City 

1 Competitive position. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Jan. 31, 1910 
Oct. 3, 1911 

July 1,1911 

Dec. 30, 1911 

Sept. 1,1911 

Nov. 1,1908 

Mar. 1,1909 

May 2,1910 

July 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
Sept 12, 1911 
July 1,1910 

June 29, 1909 
July 10, 1908 
June 18, 1909 
Dec. 3,1908 
June.29, 1909 
June 29, 1909 
Jan. 5, 1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,250 

1,000 

4,000 

1,800 

1,400 

1,000 

720 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 



109 



MICHIGAN- EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commisgionen — Con. 

Crawford S. Reilley 

Prank D. Scott 



J. V. D. WiUcox^ 



Official address. 



Cheboygan. 

Alpena 

Detroit 



Ap])ointed. 



Oct. 14,1911 
July 1,1909 
July 20, 1909 



Salary. 



Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees. 



1 £xtraditi<fti only. 



Times and places of boldlng courto.— District court: Southern division, at Detroit, first Tuesdays' 
in March, June, and November. 

Northern division, at Bay City, first Tuesdays in May and October; also a special or adjourned term, lor 
hearing of admiralty causes, beginning in February in each year. 

Terms of court at Pott Huron in the discretion of the judge. 

Ck>untles in the district.— Northern division: Alcona, Alpena, Arenac, Bay, Cheboygan, Clare; 
Crawford, Genesee, Gladwin, Oratiot, Huron, Iosco, Isabella, Midland, Montmorency, Ogemaw, Oscoda, 
Otsego, Presque Isle, Roscommon, Saginaw, Shiawassee, and Tuscola. 

Southern division: Branch, Calhoim, Clinton, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Lapeer, Lenawee, Liv- 
ingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Sanilac, Washtenaw, and Wayne. 

MICHIGAN— WESTERN DISTRICT. 



(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Jvdges, 

John W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Knappen 

Arthur C. Denison 



District Judge. 
Clarence W. Seseions 



Clerk District Court, 



Official address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Grand Rapids. . . 
do 



Appointed. 



Grand Rapids (P. O., 
Muskegon). 



Grand Rapids. 



Grand Rapids. 



Charles J. Potter 

United States Attorney. 

Fred C. Wetmore 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

Edward J. Bowman 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

EUaM. Backus 

United States Marshal. 
Nicholas J. Whelan i Grand Rapids. 



Grand Rapids. 



Grand Rapids. 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Jan. 31,1910 
Oct. 3, 1911 

Mar. 2,1911 

Jan. 2, 1901 

Dec. 13, 1910 

Dec. 1,1910 

June 3,1903 

Feb. 1,1911 



Salary. 



ITjOOa 

7,ooa 

7,00a 

6,ooa 

Fees. 
3,500- 
2,000 
1,000 
3,000- 



110 



MICHIGAN— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Office Deputies. 
Ed 0*DonneU (chief)i 

Thomas A. McCarthy ^ 

Edwaid J. Robinson 

United States Commissioners. 
(Northern division.) 
John A. Colwell 



Henry Hoffman. 
Ira C. Jennings. 
David Knox 



Francis M. Moore. 



Charles S. Olivier. 



John J. Shea 

(Southern division.) 
Charles N. Belcher 



Charles L. Fitch. 



E. G. Hackney 

Benj. H. Halsted. . 
William P. Harvey. 
E. Ei^ene Haskins. 
Robert W. Kane — 



Addison A. Keiser. . . 
Charles H. McGurrin, 
Amil F. N'erlinger — 
Charles J. Potter 



John Q. Ross 

Joseph W. Stockwell. 



Official address. 



Grand Rapids. 
do 



Marquette. 



Sault Ste. Marie. 

St. Ignace 

Escanaba 



Manistique. 

Marquette. 

Hancock... 



Iron wood. 



Manistee. 



Grand Rapids. 

Petoskey 

do 



Benton Harbor. 
Cadillac 



Charlevoix. 
Ludington . 
Kalamazoo. 



Traverse City. 
Grand Rapids. 

Muskegon 

Kalamazoo 



Appointed. 



Feb. 16. 1911 



Feb. 16 
Jan. 13 



July 1 
May 21 
May 21 
Sept. 22 
July 12 
May 21 
Apr. 17 

Aug. 10 
May 21 
May 21 
Apr. 29 
July 12 
July 12 
Jan. 27 
Jan. 30 
July 12 
Dec. 7 
Sept. 21 
Jan. 26 
Oct. 19 



1911 
1912 



1909 
1908 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1911 

1911 

1908 

1908 

1910 

1909 

1909 

1910 

1909 

1909 

1909 

,1909 

1909 

1910 



Salary. 



11,600 

1,200 

650 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— District court: Grand Rapid* (southern division), first Tues 
days in March and October; Marquette (northern division), first Tuesdays in May and September. 

Counties in tbe district.— Northern division: Alger, Baraga, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Gogebio 
Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Luce, Mackinac, Marquette, Menominee, Ontonagon, and Schoolcraft. 

Southern division: Allegan, Antrim, Barry, Benzie, Berrien, Cass, Charlevoix, Eaton, Emmet, Grand 
Traverse, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kalkaska, Kent, Lake. Leelanau, Manistee, Mason, Mecosta, Missaukee 
Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Osceola, Ottawa, St. Joseph, Van Buren, and Wexford. 



HI 



MINNESOTA. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
Walter H. Sanborn 



William C. Hook. 
Elmer B. Adams. 



Walter I. Smith, 



John Emmett Carland 



District Judges, 
Page Morrifl 

Charles A. Willard 



Clerk District Court. 
Charles L. Spencer 

United States Attorney. 
Charles C. Houpt 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Joel M. Dickey 

Egbert S. Oakley 

George M. Luethge (temporary).. 

CUrh to United States Attorney. 
Norbert B. Tyrrell 

United States Marshal. 
William H. Grimshaw 



Office Deputies. 
Stephen J. Picha (chief)'. 

(jeorge J . Mallory 



George W. Wells. 
(Charles Kittelson 



('). 



Frank W. Tufts, 
C. B. Buckman, 



United States Commissioners. 
Howard S. Abbott 



Albert Berg. 



Official address. 



St. Paul. 



Leavenworth, Kans . . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council BluSs, Iowa. 
Washington, D. 0. . . 

Duluth 

Minneapolis 



St. Paul. 
St. Paul. 

St. Paul. 

do.. 

do.. 



St. Paul. 



St. Paul. 



St. Paul. 
Duluth. 
St. Paul. 



do. 
do. 



Cass Lake. 



Little Falls 



Minneapolis 
Spooner..... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

July 1,1903 
May 18, 1909 

Oct. 2,1897 

June 7,1910 

July 1,1896 
Oct. 19,1908 
Nov. 11, 1911 

Oct. 16,1910 

Dec. 19, 1911 

Jan. 1, 1912 
Jan. 1, 1912 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



1, 1912 
1, 1912 
1, 1912 
1, 1912 



July 1,1909 



I See page 84. 



Apr. 17, 1910 

* Competitive position. 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 

7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,500 

. 2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

4,000 

2,100 
1,400 
1,300 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 



112 



MINNESOTA— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 
Gilbert J. Brenden 



Donald M. Cameron. 
Allan W. Clark 



Daniel De Lury 

Alpheus E . Doe 

Alexander Fosmark. 
Aaron C. Kvennes. . 



Henry M. Lamberton, 
L. A. Levorsen 



Wilhelm Michelet. 
Guy C. Parker. . . . 
Otto A. Poirier 



Thomas H. PressnelL 
Peter F. Schroeder. . 



Hiram A. Simons. 



Charles L. Spencer. 
Benjamin Taylor. . . 
Albert J. Thomas. . 



Samuel Whaley. 



Official address. 



Badger. . . . 
Little Falls 



Fram. 



Walker. . . 
Stillwater. 
Warroad . . 



Middle River. 
Winona 



Fergus Falls 

Thief River Falls. 

Littlefork 

Virginia 

Duluth 



Detroit. 



Bemidji, Beltrami Co. 
St. Paul 



Mankato v 

Ely 

St. Paul 



Appointed. 



Apr. 3,1908 
Sept. 23,1909 
Aug. 17, 1908 
May 16, 1908 
Sept. 11,1911 
Feb. 11, 1908 
Aug. 7,1911 
Sept. 20,1909 
Sept. 14,1911 
Nov. 14, 1908 
Apr. 1,1911 
Mar. 1,1908 
July 2,1909 
Apr. 17, 1910 
Sept. 20, 1911 
July 2,1909 
May 15, 1911 
July 25, 1911 
Aug. 16, 1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fdes. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Tees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Ttmes and places of boldlns courts.— Circuit court of appeals: First Monday in May, at St. Paul, 
Minn, District court, first division: Third Tuesdays in May and Noyember, at Winona. 

Second division: Fourth Tuesdays in April and October, at Mankato* 

Third division: First Tuesdays in June and December, at St. Paul. 

Fourth division: First Tuesdays in April and October, at MinneapoUt. 

Fifth division: Second Tuesdays in January and July, at Duluth. 

Sixth division: First Tuesday in May and second Tuesday in November, at Fergus Falls. 

Counties In the district.— First division: Dodge, Fillmore, Houston, Mifwer, Olmsted, Steele, 
Wabasha, and Winona. 

Second division: Blue Earth, Brown, Cottonwood, Faribault, Freeborn, Jackson, Lac qui Parle, Le Sueur, 
Lincoln, Lyon, Martin, Murray, Nicollet, Nobles, Pipestone, Redwood, Rock, Sibley, Waseca, Watonwan, 
and Yellow Medicine. 

Third division: Chisago, Dakota, Goodhue, Ramsey, Rice, Scott, and Washington. 

Fourth division: Anoka, Carver, Chippewa, Hennepin, Isanti, Kandiyohi, McLeod, Meeker, Renville, 
Sherburne, Swift, and Wright. 

Fifth division: Aitkin, Benton, Carlton, Cass, Cook, Crow Wing, Itasca, Kanabec, Koochiching, Lake, 
Mille Lacs, Morrison, Pine, cmd St. Louis. 

Sixth division: Becker, Beltrami, Big Stone, Clay, Clearwater, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Kittson, 
Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Otter Tail, Pennington, Polk, Pope, Roseau, Red Lake, Steams, Stevens, 
Todd. Traverse, Wadena, and Wilkin. 



113 



MISSISSIPPI— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
Don A. Pardee 



Andrew P. McCormick. 



David D.Shelby 

District Judge. 
Henrv C. Niles 



Clerk District Court. 



Lem £. Oldham. 



United States Attorney. 
William D. Frazee 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
William E. Stone 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Emma Sykes (Miss) 

United States Marshal. 
Aaron M. Storer 



Office Deputy Marshal. 

James J. Vance * 

United States Commissumers. 



G. W. Bynum 

Reuben D. Crenshaw. 
George M. Johnson.. . 

L. E. Oldham 

B.C. Sims 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Atlanta, Ga May 13, 1881 

Dallas, Tex i Mar. 17, 1892 

I 
I 

Huntsville, Ala , Mar. 2, 1899 



Kosciusko ! Jan. 11, 1892 



Oxford Sept. 4,1905 



Oxford Jan. 3i; 1910 



Oxford ; June 8,1907 



Oxford July 1,1907 



Oxford Apr. 28,1908 



Oxford May 12,1908 



Corinth , Oct. 14,1908 



Apr. 9,1910 
May 19, 1910 



Aberdeen 

Sardis 

Oxford Feb. 27,1909 

Aberdeen I July 1,1909 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

3,500 

1,200 

1,000 

3,000 

1,500 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 CompetitiYe positloxu 

Times and places of bolding courts.— District court. Eastern division: At Aberdeen, first Mondays 
in April and October. 

Western. diTisign: At Oxford, first Mondays In June and December; at Clarksdale, third Mondays in 
June Emd December. 

Ck>unties In tbe district.— Eastern division: Alcorn, Attala, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Clay, Itawamba, 
Lee, Lowndes, Monroe, Oktibbeha, Pontotoc, Prentiss, Tishomingo, and Winston. 

Western division: Benton, Calhoun, Carroll, Coahoma, De Soto, Grenada, Lafayette, Marshall, Mont- 
gomery, Panola, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tate, Tippah, Tunica, Union, Webster, and Yalobusha. 



1 Gill— 12- 



-8 



114 



MISSISSIPPI— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH OIROmT.) 



Name and office. 



(Srcuit Judges, 
Don A. Pardee 



Andrew P. McCormick. 



David D. Shelby 

District Judge. 

Henry C. Niles 

Clerk District Court, 

L. B. Moseley 

United States Attorney. 
Robert C. Lee 



Assistant United States Attorney, 
W. Bruce Banks 



R. 0. Lee, jr 

United States Marshal, 



Fredk. W. ColUnB. 



Office deputies, 
Robt. J. Stephens (chief) ^ 

W. O. Ligon 

Benj. L.Todd 

Frederick W. Collins, Jr. . . 
Lemuel Shipman 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Ga 

Dallas, Tex 

Hunteville, Ala 



Jackson (P. O., Kos- 
ciusko). 



Appointed. 



Ja<;kson. 



Jackson. 



Jackson. 
Jackson. 



Jackson. 



Jackson. . . 
Vicksbiu^. 

Biloxi 

Jackson. . . 



Meridian 

Competitive position. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Jan. 11,1892 

May 1,1893 

May 9,1911 

July 22, 1899 



Feb. 6,1910 

t 

July 13, 1911 
Mar. 19, 1910 
Mar. 19, 1910 
Mar. 19, 1910 
Mar. 19, 1910 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

3,500 

1,800 
1,500 

3,000 

1,500 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 



115 

MISSISSIPPI— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name of office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioners, 
Roy Ghinn 


Biloxi 


Jan. 1,1908 
Aug. 8,1908 
Aug. 20, 1909 
May 15, 1911 


Fees. 


• 
James A. Gulley 


Meridian 


Fees. 


L. B. Moseley 


Jackson 


Fees. 


Joseph H. Short 


Vicksbui^ 


Fees. 









Times and places of holding courts.— District court. Jackspn division: At Jaekton, first Mondays 
in May and November. 

Eastern division: At Meridian, second Mondays In March and September. 

Western division: At Vick^mrg, first Mondays in January and July. 

Southern division: At Biloxif third Mondays in February and August. 

Counties in the district— Jackson division: Adams, Amite, Copiah, Covington, Franklin, Hinds, 
Holmes, Jefferson, Jefferson Davis, Lawrence, Leflore, Lhioohi, Madiscm, Pike, Rankin, Scott, Simpson, 
Smith, Wilkinson, and Yazoo. 

Eastern division: Clarke, Jasper, Jones, Kemper, Lauderdale, Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Noxubee, 
and Wayne. 

Western division: Bolivar, Claiborne, Issaquena, Sharkey, Sunflower, Warren, and Washington. 

Southern division: Forest, George, Qreene, Hahcock, Harrison, Jackson, Lamar, Marion, Pearl River, 
and Perry. 

MISSOURI— EASTERN DISTRICT, 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official addrem. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Circuit Judges. 
Walter H. g^nbom 


• 

St. Paul, Miim 

Leavenworth, Eans. . 
St. Louis 


Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 

Apr. 1,1907 

June 16, 1891 


$7,000 


William C. Hook 


7,000 


Elmer B . Adams 


7,000 


Walter I. Smith 


Council Bluffs, Iowa. . 
Washington, D. 

St. Louis 


7,000 


John Emmett Oarlaiid * . . ^ . r r 


7,000 
6,000 


District Judge. 
David P. Dyer 


Clerk Circuit Court of Appeals. 
John D. Jordan 


St. Louis 


3,500 



1 See page 34. 



116 



MISSOURI— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerh District CourL 



Walter W. Nail. 



United States Attorney. 
Charles A. Houts 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Charles H. Daues 



Homer Hall. 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 

Louise B. Cullen (Miss.) ^ 

Frieda E. Scherpe 

United States Marshal. 

Edward F. Regenhardt 

Office DepiUies. 

E. J. WatBon (chief)* 

0. A. Enehans* 



John J. Williams. 



Edward E. Whitworth. 
James J. McLaughlin. . 
J. P. O'Hem 



United States Commissioners. 



Wm. E. Atkins. 



Byron F. Babbitt. 
Sample A. Birch. 
Louis H. Bruer. . 



Charles A. Hamilton. 
Alfred?. Hebard... 



Official address. 



St. Louis. 

St. Louis. 

St. Louis. 
do... 



St. Louis. 
do... 



St. Louis. 



St. Louis. 



.do. 
.do. 



Cape Girardeau. 
St. Louis 



Hannibal. 



St. Louis. 

do... 

Hannibal. 

Rolla 

Kirksville. 
St. Louis. 



Appointed. 



Dec. 9,1911 

Jan. 27,1910 

Aug. 1,1907 
Oct. 15,1910 

May 1,1907 
Mar. 14, 1910 

June 21, 1910 

Aug. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
Mar. 6,1911 
Aug, 1,1910 

Nov. 17, 1910 
Jan. 13,1909 
Feb. 23, 1909 
Jan. 9, 1911 
June 18, 1910 
May 10, 1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 

14,500 

2,500 
2,250 

1,200 
900 

4,000 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
900 
600 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



I Excepted. 



Gompetitire position. 



117 



MISSOURI— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States CommissUmere — Con. 



Fred A. Kage. . 
Irvine Mitchell 



Chase Morsey. . 
Walter W. Nail 



Larkin A. Thompson. 
Samuel J. Wilson. . . 



Official address. 



Cape Girardeau. 
St. Louis 



.do 
do. 



Montgomery City. 
Macon 



Appointed. 



July 5,1909 
Jan. 1, 1912 
Nov. 29, 1909 
Jan. 5, 1911 
Dec. 11, 1907 
Mar. 15, 1909 



Salary. 

• 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Tlines and places of holding oourts^— Eastern division: District court, at St. LouiSt third Mondays 
in March and September; at BoUa, second Mondays in January and June. 

Northern diyislon: District court, at Hannibal, fourth Monday in May and first Monday in December. 

Southeastern division: District courts, at Cape CHrardedu, second Mondays in April and October. 

Circuit court of appeals: First Monday in December, at 8t. LoiUa. 

Counties in tlie districts— Eastern division: Audrain, Crawford, Dent, Franklin, Gasconade, Iron, 
Jefferson, Lincoln, Maries, Montgomery, Phelps, St. Charles, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, St. LooiSi 
Warren, Washington, and dty of St. Louis. 

Southeastern division: Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Madison, Mississippi, New 
Madrid, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard, and Wayne. 

Northern division: Adair, Chariton, Clark, Knoz, Lewis, Linn, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Pike, Ralls, 
Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland, and Shelby. 

MISSOURI— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Circuit Jvdges. 
Walter H. Sanborn *. . 


St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Kans. . . 
St. Louis 


Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

June 26, 1910 


$7,000 


William C. Hook 


7,000 


Elmer B. Adams 


7,000 


Walter I. Smith 


Council Bluffe, Iowa. . 
Washington, D. 

Kansas City 


7,000 


John EmiDett Carlapd * . , t ^ , , , -. 


7,000 


District Judge, 
Arba S. Van Valkenbnrgh 


6,000 



1 See page 34. 



118 



MISSOURI— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerk District Court. 



John B. Warner. 



United States Attorney. 

Leslie J. Lyons 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Hugh 0. Smith 

Thaddeus B. Landon 



Clerks to United States Attorney, 

Bertha B. Morse (Miss) ^ 

Earl Zimmerman 



United States Marshal. 



Albert J. Martin 



Offi^ Deputies. 
Henry C. Miller (chief) *, 
John E. Morrison 



A. L. Arnold, 



Robert T. Smith. 



Charles J. Murray 

Harry J. Mead 

Thomas H. McKenna 



United States Commissioners. 

Harry L. Arnold 

Calvin C.Colt 



Henry C. Geisberg, 
W. R.Jeffries 



Official address. 



Kansas City. 

Kansas City. 

Kansas City. 
do 



Kansas City. 
do 



Kansas City. 

Kansas City. 
do 



Springfield. . . 

St. Joseph 

Kansas City. . 

Joplin 

Jefferson City. 

Kansas City.. 

St. Joseph 

Jefferson City. 
Clinton 



Appointed. 



Jan. 1, 1912 

June 24, 1910 

Mar. 8,1911 
Sept. 1,1911 

May 22,1902 
July 1,1909 

Dec. 13, 1910 

Jan. 3, 1911 

Jan. 3, 1911 

Jan. 3, 1911 

Jan. 3, 1911 

Jan. 3,1911 

Jan. 1, 1912 

Jan. 3, 1911 

Nov. 3,1911 
July 3,1909 
July 10, 1909 
July 1,1909 



Salary. 

Fees. 

$4,500 

2,250 
2,000 

1,200 
1,200 

4,000 

2,000 

1,300 

1,100 

1,000 

900 

900 

600 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Excepted 



Competitive position 



119 



MISSOURI— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIBOXnT.) 



]^ame and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioners — Con. 
E. F. Keyton 


Joplin 


Oct. 7,1908 
July 3,1909 
Feb. 7,1910 


Fees. 


Geonre Pepperdine 


Springfield 


Fees. 


Roy T5 . ThftTn<v>n , _ . 


Kanww OitrY 


Fees. 









nmes and places of holding courts.— District court. Western division: At Satuas CUVf fourth 
Monday in April and first Monday in November; and at ChiUieothe on the fourth Monday in May and first 
Monday in ]>eo6inber. 

Southwestern division: At Joplin, second Mondays in June and January. 

St. Joseph division: At at Joseph, first Monday In March and third Monday in September. 

Central division: At Jefferson City, third Mondays in March and October. 

Southern division: At Springfield, first Mondays in April and October. 

Ck>untles In the district.— Western division: Bates, Caldwell, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Grundy, Henry, 
Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette, Livingston, Mercer, Putnam, Ray, St. Clair, Saline, and Sullivan. 

St. Joseph division: Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Clinton, Daviess, Dekalb, Gentry, Harrison, Holt, 
Nodaway, Platte, and Worth. 

Central division: Benton, Boone, Callaway, Camden, Cole, Cooper, Hickory, Howard, Miller, Moniteau, 
Morgan, Osage, and Pettis. 

Southern division: Cedar, Christian, Dade, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Howell, Laclede, Or^on, Ozark, 
Polk, Pulaski, Taney, Texas, Webster, and Wright. 

Southwestern division: "Barry, Barton, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, Stone, and Vernon. 

MONTANA. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



« I ■ ' 



Circuit Judges. 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Ross. 



William W. Morrow. 



WmiamH. Hunt^....- 
Distnct Judge. 



Clerk District Court. 
George W. Sproule 

United States Attorney, 

James W. Freeman 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Samuel C. Ford 



Edward A. La Bossiere, 



Official address. 



Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles, Cal... 
San Francisco, Cal, 
Washington, D. . 



Helena. 



Helena. 



Helena. 



Helena. 



....do 

1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31, 1911 



Oct. 1, 1904 

June 1,1908 

Oct. 22, 1908 
July 1,1911 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,000 
1,800 



120 



MONTANA— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Engelhart Lieberg 

United States Marshal, 

William Lindsay 

Office Deputies. 

Scott N. Sanford (chief) ^ 

Junius G. Sanders 



J. W. Haigler 

Geo. A. McKay. . . 

Chas. Morgan 

James A. Gillan V 



United States Commissioners. 



A. S. Ainsworth. 
George R. Allen 
Fred. E.Allen.. 
Adam Anderson. 



Andrew Anderson. 
Frank Arnold 



Dudley Axtell... 

F.C.Bailey 

W. R. Barber. . . 
Arthur C. Bayers. 
C. E. Beaver 



James A. Beatty. 
R. H. Bemis 



Wm. A. Beebe. 



OlafBergh 

Clarence E. Biggs. 
R.W.Blake.:...-. 



Official address. 



Helena. 

Helena. 

Helena. 
Butte. . 
Helena. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Thompson.... 
Twin Bridges. 
Sand Springs. 
Decker 



Harlowton. 
Livingston. 
Stanford... 



Poison. 



Baker. 

Lavina. 

Custer. 



Ashland. 
Belt,... 



Heron. .. 
Redstone. 



Chester. 



Grass Range. 



Appointed. 



Jan. 17,1911 



May 1 

May 1& 
May 18 
May 18 
May 18 
May 18 
May 18 

Jan. 30 
Oct. 21 
Aug. 9 
Jan. 11 
July 7 
Mar. 13 
Jan. 22 
Oct. 10 
July 1 
Mar. 22 
Oct. 15 
Feb. 13 
Mar. 4 
May 1 
Mar. 3 
June 25 
June 13 



1911 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



1911 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1907 
1908 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1908 



Salary. 



$1,200 

3,500 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 



121 



MONTANA— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and ofSce. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 




Charles F. Blakeley. 
D. L. Blackstone 



C.H.Boyle 

B. W. Brockway. 
Chas. H. Buck... 



H. J. Burleigh. 
J. E. Bush 



Wm. L. Butts. 



Frank K. Carothers. 



Thos. W. Catlin. 



Albert R. Chapman 
John Collins 



J. B. Collins. 



E. S. Cook. 



Wm. J. Cotter, 
G. H. Coulter. 



C. C. Covington. 
W. T. Cowan.... 



JohnW. Dady 

John Dailey 

M. S. Darling 

M. A. Daniels %. 



Clarence N. Davidson. 



W. Geo. Davis. . . 
Louis A. Demers 
P. H. Dempsey . . 
F. M. Dworshak. 



James T. Farris, 
M. E. Fee 



Appointed. 



Absarokee 
Chinook.*. 



Fort Benton. 

Malta 

StevensvlUe. 
Plains 



Jan. 3, 1911 



Zortman. 



Leedy 

Musselshell. 



Jan. 27 
Dec. 18 
Oct. 24 
Jan. 9 
Nov. 1 
Mar. 19 
Aug. 4 
Oct. 2 



Deer Lodge i Sept. 1 



Plenty wood. 
Harlem 



Miles City . 
Roimdup . . 
Helmville. 
Culbertson 
Augusta. . 
Box Elder. 



Lame Deer, 



Medicine Lake. 
Conrad , 



Poplar. 
Butte . 



Sweetgrass Station. 

Arlee 

Dayton 

Ekalaka 



Oct. 17 
Feb. 1 
July 16 
Mar. 5 
July 14 
July 1 
June 4 
Dec. 14 
July 11 
Sept 27 
June 10 
Apr. 1 
Dec. 1 
Dec. 1 
July 30 
Apr. 22 
Jan. 3 



Hinsdale Oct. 23 



Deer Lodge. 



Feb. 28 



1909 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1908 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1908 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1908 
1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



122 



MONTANA— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Confimissioners — Con. 
Frank H. Federhen 



W. G. FeUowB . 
John C. Ferris. 
OlafC. Fjeld.. 
A. G. Fletcher. 
W. S. Frary... 
E. C. Garrett.. 



J. A. Gilluly... 
CD. Goodnow. 
H. F. Gouch... 



A. C. Grande. 



F. W. Handel. 



Daniel Hanley . . 
Simeon Hansen. 



Leon C. Hayes 

F. A. Hazelbaker. 



W. C. Henderson. 
H.B.Hill 



S. L. Hodges 

Forest Hopkins 

Henry W. Hutchings 
J. W. James 



A. S. Johnson 



Martin D. Kelly. 
Frank T. Kelsey. 
Laura E. Lee 



B. H. Logan 

F. W. Lyle 

Alex. P. Mac Arthur. 



Official address. 



Dupuyer. 
Cascade . 
Collins . . 



Shelby 

Seventy-nine. 
Great Falls.. 



Chouteau, 



Columbus. . 
Broadview . 
Clyde Park. 
Lennep. . . 
Musselshell. 
Lewistown . 
Browning. . 

Ismay 

Dillon 



Jordan. 



Mondak 

Martinsdale. 
Paxton 



Belton ... 
Anaconda. 
Dillon.... 



Piedmont. 
Moorhead. 



Dodson 

Fort Shaw. 



Red Lodge. 
Lovejoy. . . 



Appointed. 



Jan. 4, 1909 



Apr. 3 
June 14 
June 10 
Jan. 9 
Apr. 17 
Jan. 16 
Aug. 20 
July 10 
July 10 
Feb. 5 
Jan. 24 
July 29 
Aug. 27 
Oct. 2 
June 10 
Mar. 23 
July 24 
Apr. 1 
Oct. 21 
Sept.23 
Apr.« 
Mar. 11 
Feb. 23 
Feb. 2 
Apr. 1 
Oct. 21 
Dec. 23 
Aug. 9 



1911 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Feee. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



123 



MONTANA— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 



J. McDowell 



John McGrann 
P. R. McHale. 



F. M. Mack 



Emil F. Madsen 
J. H. Mammen. 



Gold Butte. 
Big Arm . . . 

Concord 

Whitlash... 



F. L. Mann. 



F. H. Mayn.... 
B. M. Melum. . 
Fred. E. Miller. 
Timothy Miller. 
W. D. Miller. . . 



Dagmar... 
Comanche: 



D. J. Muri 

Frank C. Myers, 
Axel Nelson 



Richard S. Nutt. 

L. J. Onstad 

J. S. Peterson... 



Billings 

White Sulphur Springs 

Capitol w..i 

Hardin 

Libby 

Saco ' 

Forsythe 

Pony 

Sidney 

do 



Appointed. 



Coalridge. 
Yale 



Walter J. Peterson, 



W. H. Pethybridge 

H. 6. Pomeroy 

J. D. Posten 



H. C. Pound. 
Wm. Powers. 



W. B. Pyper 

Wm. A. Ragan.. 
John B. Randall. 
W. D. Rankin... 



C. F. Rathbone. 



Hedgesville, 
Livingston. 

Eureka 

Libby 

Big Timber. 
Bainville... 



Havre 

Big Sandy. 
Wolf Point. 
Helena 



Ronan . 



Salary. 



June 26, 1911 


Fees. 


June 5,1911 


Fees. 


Feb. 8,1910 


Fees. 


Dec. 29, 1910 


Fees. 


Dec. 18, 1908 


Fees. 


Sept. 1,1911 


Fees. 


May 8,1911 


Fees. 


July 28, 1909 


I'ees. 


Dec. 12, 1909 


Fees. 


July 10, 1911 


Fees. 


Mar. 11, 1909 


Fees. 


Feb. 8,1910 


Fees. 


Nov. 18, 1909 


Fees. 


June 10, 1911 


Fees. 


Mar. 2,1910 


Fees. 


Sept. 1,1910 


Fees. 


Sept. 28, 1911 


Fees. 


Dec. 1,1909 


Fees. 


Dec. 21, 1910 


Fees. 


July 8,1911 


• Fees. 


Dec. 22,1910 


Fees. 


July 1,1909 


Fees. 


Jan. 11,1911 


Fees. 


Aug. 3,1911 


Fees. 


Feb. 23, 1908 


Fees. 


Nov. 25, 1910 


Fees. 


Feb. 23, 1908 


Fees. 


June 22, 1910 


Fees. 


Feb. 28, 1910 


Fees. 



124 



MONTANA— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 

Henry L. Rayner 

R. E . Rebef. 



W. E. Rhodes-, 



Alex. R. Rhone. 



Harold E. Rickard. 



Robt. F. Ridgway. 
Edwin T. Riemer. 



G. L. Rood. 



Peter Rorvik. 



H.fA. Sample. 
W. B. Sands.. 



J. W. Schriitzler. 
John L. Scofield. 
F. H. Scott 



John W. Shields. 



J. Edwin Shoudy. 

G. H. Simpson 

C. N. Skillman... 

S.J. Small 

J.W.Smith 

W.P.Smith 

W.S. Southwick.. 

F. B. Sparrow 

Henry E. Staff ens, 



Official address. 



Olive 

Frombeig. 
Glasgow. - 
Camas — 
Poplar — 
Ewalt 



Saco. 



Ridgelawn. 
Circle , 



Glendive. 
Chinook.. 
Frdid.... 



Graham. 
Maddux. 
Conrad., 



Darby 

Columbus... 
Big Timber. 
Judith Gap . 
Ingomar — 
Missoula.... 

Savage 

Lake view... 
Ennis 



B. R. Stevenson Wisdom 



Jeremiah Sullivan Fort Benton 



Charles N. N. Thomas I Cut Bank. 

Clarence E. Thompson. '. Bridger . . . 



Appointed. 



Sept. 3 
Aug. 19 
Sept.29 
July 3 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 9 
Jan. 25 
Feb. 23 
Jan. 17 
Nov. 11 
July 1 
June 28 
July 14 
July 1 
Nov. 28 
May 11 
Sept.27 
July 1 
Oct. 17 
Dec. 29 
July 13 
Aug. 19 
Jan. 2 
Feb. 23 
Mar. 4 
July 17 
Mar. 11 
Apr. 3 



1910 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1910 
1911 
1908 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1908 
1911 
1908 
1909 
1908 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1912 
1911 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1911 i 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees* 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Pees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



125 



MONTANA-Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commiasionen — Con. 



Walter W.Thome. 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Galata ' Feb. 3,1910 



L. S. Thurston i Stanford. 



C. H. Tyler Roundup... 

Geo. W. Vennum Harlem 

Martin Vetleson Three Forks. 



June 2 
Dec. 23 
Mar. 18 
June 2 



A. C. Warner.., 

D. W. Watsabaugh 
Ohas. B. WeUborn. 
G. E. Whiteman.. 



L. Whitney. ... . . 

Walter E. Williamson. 



L. D. Womeldorf . 



I Chouteau July 1 

I Laurel ■ Oct. 5 

I Chester (Feb. 9 

Dixon July 10 

Joliet , June 27 

Wibaux ! Mar. 21 

Philbrook June28 



19^0 
1909 
1909 
1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1909 


Fees 


1911 


Fees 


1911 


Fees 


1911 


Fees 


1910 


Fees 


1910 


Fees 



1909 



Fees 



Tlnies and plaees of holding courts.— District court: First Mondays in April and NovQinber, at 
Helena: first Tuesdays in February and September, at Butte; first Mondays in May and October, at Greai- 
falls: first Mondays in January and June, at Jliissoula; first Mondays in March and August at BOUnga, 

District comprises the entire State. 

NEBRASKA. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Walter H . Sanborn 

William C. Hook 

Elmer B. Adams 



Official address. Appointed. Salary. 



Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Carland * I Washington, D. C 

District Judges, 

William H. Mimger ; Omaha 

Thomas C. Hunger .• I Lincoln 

Clerk District Court. i 



St. Paul, Minn Mar. 17,1892 

Leavenworth, Kans... I Nov. 17, 1903 

St. Louis, Mo 

Coimcil Bluffs, Iowa. 



Dec. 12, 1906 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 



Feb. 18, 1897 
Mar. 1,1907 



R. C. Hoyt I Omaha : Aug. 19, 1899 

»Seei)age34. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 



126 



NEBRASKA^Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Attorney. 
Francis S. Howell Omaha. 

Assietant United States Attorney. 
A. W. Lane Lincoln, 

Clerks to United States Attorney. \ 
David W. Dickinson | Omaha. 

\ 
I 

Helen Handeaker ^ | Lincoln. 

United States Marshal. 



William P. Warner 

Office Deputies. 
James B. Nickerson (chief) '... 

Claude P. Hensel 

George W. McCallum * 

Henry P. Haze 

Logan Sammons 

JohnF. Sides 

Albert M. Wright 

United States Commissioners. 



Benjamin D. Bayha. 

John Boatsmon 

J. LeoCleary 

Geo. G. Cronkleton.. 
Herbert S. Daniel... 

Robert A. Day 

0. E. Elder 

F. Kemp Heath 

John Jacobson 

0. C. Marlay 

F. N. Moigan 



Omaha. 



Omaha 

Lincoln 

Omaha 

do 

Kearney — 
Dakota City. 
Chadron 



Niobrara 

Morrill 

Grand Island 

Bayard 

Omaha 

Oshkosh 

North Platte. 

Cody 

Mullen 

Lincoln 

Baseett 



Appointed. 



Feb. 1,1910 

Apr. 1, 1905 

Apr. 20, 1904 
Nov. 1,1907 

Jan. 25,1910 

Feb. 16, 1910 
Feb. 16, 1910 
Feb. 16, 1910 
Feb. 17, 1910 
Feb. 16, 1910 
Feb. 16, 1910 
Feb. 16, 1910 

Sept. 15, 1909 
Mar. 24, 1909 
Dec. 31, 1908 
July 27, 1911 
Oct. 13,1911 
Apr. 29, 1911 
Mar. 2,1910 
Mar. 11, 1910 
Mar. 15, 1911 
July 1,1909 



i Excepted. 



July 4,1908 
s Competitiye position. 



Salary. 



14,000 

2,000 

1,500 
900 

4,000 

1,800 
1,400 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
600 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



127 

NEBRASKA— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissionera — Con. 
Jaxpef^i MorHsr . , - 


Johnstown 


July 21, 1911 
Sept. 7,1909 
Apr. 5,1909 
June 4,1909 
Mar. 7,1909 
Sept. 6,1909 
June . 5, 1908 


Fees. 


Joseph Oberfelder 


Sidney 


Fees. 


John M. Raffan 


Hastings 


Fees. 


* 

Lewis L. Raymond 


Scotts Bluff 


Fees. 


John A. Sinffhaus 


Tekamah. 


Fees. 


Ernest M. Slatterv 


Chadf on 


Fees. 


H. M. Thornton 


GerinsT 


Fees. 









Times and places of holding court.— District court, Chadron division: Second Monday in Sei>* 
tember, at Chadron. 

Qrand Island division: Second Monday in January, at Orand Island. 

Hastings division: Second Monday in March, at Hastings. 

Lincoln division: Second Monday In May and first Monday in October, at Lincoln. 

McCook division: First Monday in March, at Me Cook. 

Norfolk division: Third Monday In September, at Norfcik. 

North Platte division: Second Monday in June, at North Platte, 

Omaha division: First Monday In April and fourth Monday in September, at Omaha. 

Counties in the district.— Chadron division: Boxbutte, Cherry, Dawes, Sheridan, and Sioux. 

Qrand Island division: Blaine, Buffalo, Custer, Garfield, Qrant, Qreeley, Hall, Hooker, Howard, Loup, 
Merrick, Sherman, Thomas, and Valley. 

Hastings division: Adams, Clay, Franklin, Harlan, Kearney, Nuckolls, Phelps, and Webster. 

Lincoln division: Butler, Cass, Fillmore, Gage, Hamilton, J^erson, Johnson, Lancaster, Nemaha, Otoe, 
Pawnee, Polk, Richardson, Saline, Saunders, Seward, Thayer, and York. 

McCook division: Chase, Dundy, Frontier, Furnas, Gosper, Hayes, Hitchcock, Perkins, and Redwillow. 

Norfolk division: Antelope, Boyd, Brown,. Holt, Keyapaha, Knox, Madison, Pierce, Rock. Stanton, 
and Wayne. 

North Platte division: Banner, Cheyenne, Dawson, Deuel, Garden, Keith, Kimball, Lincoln, Logan, 
McPherson, Morrill, and Scotts Blufl. 

Omaha division: Boone, Burt, Cedar, Colfax, Cuming, Dakota, Dixon, Dodge, Douglas, Nance, Platte, 
Sarpy, Thiurston, Washington, and Wheeler. 

NEVADA. 



(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 






Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Circuit Jvdges. 
WillmTTi JK r^ilhAft. 


Portland, Oreg 

Los Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal 

Washington, D. C 

Carson City 


Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

Jan. 10,1907 


$7,000 


• 

Erskine M. Ross 


7,000 


William W. Morrow 


7,000 


William H. Hunt ^ 


7,000 


District Jvdge. 
Edward S. Farrington 


6,000 



1 See page 34. 



128 



NEVADA- Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerk Diatrict Court. 
T.J. Edwards 



United States Attorney, 
Samuel Piatt 



Clerk and Assistant to United States 
Attorney. 

Victor E. Innes 



United States Marshal, 
Harry J. Humphreys 

Office Deputies, 
R. D. Goode (chief) ^ (temp,).., 

Harry D. Edwards (temp.) 

United States Commissioners, 
L. R. Ames 

W. S. Bonnifield, jr 

W. W. Booher 

Peter Buol 

E. P. Carville 

F. W. Fairbanks 

T.J. Edwards 

Robert Gracey 

F.J. Hallock 

W. C. Hancock 

R. H. Mallett 

John P. Kerin 

Chas. H. Roland 

H. A. Waldo 

E. C. Watson 

L. A. Weller 

D. E.Williams 



Official address. 



Carson City. 



Carson City. 



Carson City. 

Carson City. 

Carson City. 
....do 



Smith 

Winnemucca. 

Elko 

Las Vegas 

Elko 

Yerington.:.. 
Carson City^ . 
Virginia City. 



Bald Mountain (P.O., 

Lake City, Cal.). 
Battle Mountain 



Elko 

Ely 

Wells..... 

Reno 

Goldfield 
Austin... 
Fallon... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 5,1877 



Jan. 19,1910 



Sept. 1,1909 

May 18, 1909 

June 1,1909 
Jan. 1, 1911 

Mar. 27, 1911 
Nov. 22, 1911 
Aug. 31, 1909 
Aug. 31, 1909 
Apr. 7,1911 
Apr. 7,1911 
Aug. 4,1909 
Aug. 30, 1909 
Aug. 27, 1909 
June 17, 1911 
Apr. 7,1911 
Apr. 30, 1909 
Mar. 27, 1911 
July 17, 1911 
Dec. 15, 1911 
Aug. 26, 1911 
May 20, 1908 



Salary. 



Fees. 



$4,000 



' 1,500 

2,500 

1,700 
1,000 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holdii^g court.— District court: At Carson City, first Mondays in February, 
May, and October, 
District comprises the entire State. 



129 



NEW HAMPSHIRE/ 

(FIRST CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

Circuit Jvjdges. 
Le Baron B. Colt..! 



William L. Putnam, 
William Schofield... 



District Jvdge. 

Edgar Aldrich 

Clerk District Court. 

Bums P. Hodgman 

United States Attorney. 

Charles W. Hoitt 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Adelia M. Murphy 

United States Marshal. 

Eugene P. Nute 

Offi4x Deputy. 

Fred S. Johnson ^ 

United States Commissioners. 

Ben Emery Burns 

John G. Crawford 



Bums P. Hodgman. 
JohnW. Kelley.... 
Merrill Shurtieff.... 



Official address. 



Providence, R. I. 

Portland, Me 

Boston, Mass 



Littleton. 



Concord. 



Concord(P.O ., Nashua) 



Nashua. 



Appointed. Salary. 



Concord. 



Concord. 



Nashua 

Manchester. 

Concord 

Portsmouth. 
Lancaster. . 



July 5,1884 


17,000 


Mar. 17, 1892 


7,000 


June 6,1911 


7,000 

1 


Feb. 20, 1891 


t 

6,000 


Aug. 29, 1900 


Fees. 

* 


Feb. 12, 1911 


2,000 


May " 1, 1909 


500 


Deo. 19, 1911 


2,000 


Jan. 2, 1908 


1,000 


Dec. 17, 1908 


Fees. 


Aug. 31, 1909 


Fees. 


Aug. 29, 1908 


Fees. 


Aug. 28, 1910 


Fees. 


Aug. 31, 1909 


Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and iilaces of holding court.— District court: Portsmouth, third Tuesdays in Marob and Sep- 
tember; CoTieordf third Tuesdays in June and December; Littleton, last Tuesday in August. 
District comprises the entire State. 

16111—12 ^9 



130 



NEW JERSEY. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Circuit Judges. 

» 

George Gray. . . ^ ! Wilmington, Del. 

Joseph Buffington Pittsburgh, Pa. . . 



William M. Lanning. . 
ftobertW. Archbald». 



Distnct Judges. 
Joseph Cross 



Trenton (P.O., Eliza- 
beth). 
John Rellstab i Trenton 



Trenton 

Washington, D. C 



Clerh Distnct Court. 
George T. Cranmer 

United States Attorney. 

John B. Vreeland 



Trenton. 



Trenton, 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Walter H. Bacon Trenton. 

Harrison P. Lindabury Newark . 

Clerics to United States Attorney . 

Olivia M. Hill .• j Newark. 

EetaC. Dickie^ i Trenton. 

United States Marshal. 
Thomas J. Alcott \ Trenton. 



Office Deputies. 

Edwin R. Sample (chief) ' i Trenton. 

George D. Bower' i do 

Louis G. Beekman , Jersey City 

Woodbury B. Snowden t Trenton 

United States Commissioners. 

Samuel F. Bigelow Newark. . ; . 

James D. Carpenter, jr ' Jersey City. 

George T. Cranmer | Trenton 

Alex. R. Fithian ' Bridgeton. . 



Appointed. 



Dec. 18, 1899 
Dec. 11, 1906 
May 18, 1909 
Jan. 31,1911 

Mar. 17, 1905 
May 18, 1909 

Jan. 3, 1893 

Dec. 10, 1907 

Apr. 3,1906 
July 1,1905 

Apr. 1, 1906 
Apr. 1,1911 

May 17, 1910 

July 1,1910 

July 1,1910 

Aug. 1,1911 

July 1,1910 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

5,000 

2,200 
1,800 

1,000 
• 840 

3,000 

1,800 
1,500 
1,200 
1,000 



July 2,1909 


Fees. 


Feb. 7, 1910 


Fees. 


Feb. 6,1909 


Fees. 


1 
Sept, 28, 1909 


Fees. 



1 See page 34. 



Excepted. 



t Competitive position. 



131 

NEW JERSEY— Continued. 
(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioners — Con. 
S. Howell Jones 


Newark 


July 2,1909 
July 7,1909 
June 27, 1908 
July 9,1908 
July 6,1909 
Aug. 31, 1908 
Nov. 16, 1911 


Fees. 


J. Willard Morgan 


Camden 


Fees. 


William Nelson 


Paterson 


Fees. 


J. Kearney Rice , 


New Brunswick . . 

Hoboken 


Fees. 


Edward Russ , 


Fees. 


Edward R. Stanton 


do 


Fees. 


Richard Stockton * 


Newark 


Fees. 









Tinftes and places of holding court.— District court: Tliird Tuesdays in Jamiaiy, April, Jane, and 
September, at Trenton, 
Disti'ict comprises the entire State. 

NEW MEXICO. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Walter H. Sanborn , 

William C. Hook 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Carland ^ . 

DistriU Judge, 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Kans . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
Washington, D. C. . . . 



William H. Pope (fifth district) ... I Roswell. . . 
1 Authorized to act in extradition oases. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31,1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 



< See pace 84. 



132 



NEW MEXICO— Continued. 



Name and office. 



(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Official address. 



Clerk District Court. 



Edward L. Safford 



Santa Fe 



United States Attorney. 

Stephen B. Davis, jr i Las Vegas 

United States Marshal. 

I 
I Albuquerque. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Fees. 



4,000 



4,000 



133 



NEW MEXICO— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners. 
O. Acord 



J. Q. Adams. 
E. E. Akers. 



Ramon Atencio. 



Walter W. Bennett. 

E. A. Berdoll 

Clarence M. Botts. . 



Mrs. Fie via T. Brown. 
Geo. F. Bruinffton 



Minnie Brumback. 
Sam Bushman 



John Campbell. 
E. A. Chaffee. - 



W. D. Chancey. 
Geo. L.^Cook... 



J. D. Cooley . . 
W. T. Cowgill. 
\Ym. J. Curren. 



Frank Curry.. ^ .. 
C. E. Davenport. 
L. W. DeWolf.. 



J. R. Dumas 

Melvin T. Dunlavy. 
HughF. DuVal... 

J. A. Dykes 

Mrs. Lula Ellett 



Harry J. Fincke.. 
Maurice B. Fuller. 
Geo. P. Gaylord... 
Robert P. Geyer.. 



Official address. 



Cold Springs. 
Tucumcari... 



Orange.. 
Embudo, 
San Jon . 



Grady 

Hope.... 
Mosquero. 

Aztec 

Estancia. 



Gallup 

Los Tanos. 
Las Cruces. 
Kenna 



Central. City (P. 0., 

Hayden). 
Scott 



Kenna. 



Clovis 

Monterey. 
Encino . . . 
Cedarvale. 

Taiban 

Santa Fe.. 



Lumberton . 
Duran 



Willard 

Moriarty 

Mountainair. 

Folsom 

Tolar 



Appointed. 



Dec. 30, 1911 



Dec. 18 
Jan. 20 
Feb. 13 
Dec. 3 
Mar. 5 
Apr. 29 
July 12 
Apr. 20 
May 20 
Oct. 18 
Jan. 2 
May 21 
Oct. I 
Nov. 5 
June 15 
June 12 
Dec. 20 
Nov. 17 
Oct. 25 
Feb. 1 
May 17 
Oct. 11 
June ] 
Dec. 1 
July 27 
July 20 
July 22 
Aug. 21 
Mar. G 



1907 
1908 
1911 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1908 
1910 
1910 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1909^ 
1910 
1908 
1908 



Salary. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



134 



NEW MEXICO— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con . 
Wm. F. A. Gierke 



Alfred E. Goakes. 



Charles P. Graham. 
Ira L. Grimehaw. . . 



J. R. Darnell. 



Lawrence C. Hanlon. 



Spence Hardy... 
A. H. Harvey.*.. 
John W. Hassell 



Eugene E. Hedgecoke. 

C. C.Henry 

Clement High tower 

R.L.Hitt 



Frederick C. Hunter. 



Neal Jen&on. 



Earl D. Jones. 



W. Arthur Jones. 
W. A. Kauffman. 



Harry C. Kinsell. 
L. L. Klinefelter. 



W. E. Lindbey 

Henry P. Lively 

Henry C. Lockney 

Roscoe F. Lockney... 

Richard N . Ly kins 

William G. Mc Arthur. 



Jesse D. McBride. 



Wesley McCallister. 
B, Y. McKeyes. . . 



Official address. | Appointed. 



Lincoln ' Jan. 5.1911 



Tularosa Aug. 5 

Abbott.! Dec. 31 

SantaFe Aug.20 

Elida Oct. 1 

Willard June 26 

Vaughn , Mar. 23 

Carrizozo May 25 



Hassell. 
Endee. 



Fort Sumner. 



Capitan, 
Willard. 



Mayhill. . 
Estancia. 
Cuervo . . 



Amistad 
Arfesia. 
Stanley . 
Obar... 



Portales. 
Elkins. . 
Ahmego. 
Obar.... 



Lykins . . . . 
Monument 



Dayton 

Lovington 
Deming. . 



Dec. 18 
Aug. 8 
Sept. 29 
May 12 
Oct. 18 
May 3 
Nov. 12 
Jan. 18 
Apr. 14 
Dec. 9 
Mar. 20 
June 12 
May 15 
Aug. 15 
July 27 
Oct. 7 
Sept. 10 
Nov. 3 
Apr. 29 
May 23 
Oct. 26 



1908 
1907 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1910 
,1909 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1911 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1910 
1908 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



135 



NEW MEXICO— Continued. 



(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 



Joseph M. M^nes j Causey 

E. A. Mauzy | Orton 

% i 
A. I. Maxwell i Macy 

James M. Mays i Des Moines 

I 
G. C. Morgan j Lake Arthur 

J. S. Morgan i Texico 

I 

Robt. H. Morrison j Tierra Amarilla. 

I 

W. L. Morrow I Frogresso 

Perrow G. Moseley i Columbus 



E. L. Moulton 



Lucy (P.O., Estancia). 



A. J. Nisbet j Roswell 

F.S. North ; Nobe... 



S. M. Parker ' Alamogordo. 

W. H. Parker J i Sunnyside . . 

W. E. Partlow ! HoUene 

Guy A. Reed | Carlsbad 

John B. Reneau ' Logan 

i 

E. J. H. Roy Roy 



Bonifacio Salas. 



Encino. 



, Earl Scott ' Estancia. . . 

Geo. Sena ; Santa Rosa. 



M. W. Shaw 



Hassell. 



Plain view. 



Claude L. Singleton 

i 

F. M. Smith I Mount Vernon. 

G. W. R. Smith t I Vaughn 

E. F. Snyder ! lone 

i 
I 

E. D Stoner ! La Lande 



Appointed. 



Mar. 20, 1909 



E. H. Sweet ! Socorro 



Sept. 19 
Mar. 20 
Nov. 25 
Feb. 18 
Dec. 4 
Aug. 8 
Apr. 12 
Nov. 12 
Aug. 4 
May 9 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 17 
Aug. 27 
Sept. 28 
June 2 
Jan. 14 
Feb. 16 
Mar. 5 
June 22 
Aug. 1 
Sept. 1 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Aug. 25 
Mar. 25 
Dec. 30 
Apr. 11 



1908 
1909 
1907 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1911 
1909 
1909 

1908 

• 

1911 
1911 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 



Salary. 



Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Feea. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 



136 



NEW MEXICO— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 

W. C. Tharp 

C.J. Tricky 

H. 11. Whiting 

L.F.Williams 



Wesley T. Williams. 
Scott Wolfe 



Official address. 




St. Vrain 

Grady 

Albuquerque. 

Murdock 

Blackdom*.. 
Cedarvale 



Jan. 2,1909 
Dec. 12, 1911 j 
Sept. 17, 1910 I 
Oct. 5, 1908 ! 
Dec. 27, 1911 j 
Mar. 26, 1908 



Salary. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



* p. O., Dexter. 

Times and i^aces ol boldlng court.— District coart: At Santa Fe the first Monday in Afnii and the 
first Monday in October. 

NEW YORK— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Cixcuit Judges. 

E. Henry Lacombe 

Alfred C. Coxe 

Henry G. Ward 

Walter C. Noyes :... 



Martin A. Knapp ^ 

District Judge. 

Geoi^ge W. Ray 

Clerk District Court. 

William S . Doolittle 

United States Attorney. 
George B. Curtiss 



Official address. \ Appointed. 



Albany, N. Y 

Utica 

New York 



New Haven, Conn. (P. 
0., Lyme, Conn.)- 



May 26, 1887 
June 3,1902 
Dec. 17, 1907 
Dec. 18, 1907 



Washington, D. C . . . J Dec. 20, 1910 



Binghamton (P. O., 
Norwich). 



Utica. 



Binghamton. 
1 See page 34. 



Dec. 8,1902 



May 12, 1900 



Apr. 1,1909 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

7,000 , 
6,000 
Fees. 
4,500 



137 



NEW YORK—NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and oflSice. 



Official address. 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Thomas H. Dowd 



Appointed, i Salary. 



July 1 



Sept. 5 



Port Henry .May 1 



Binghamton 

Henry E. Owen I Port Henry. 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Leon L. Wheeler 

United States Marshal. ; 

Daniel F. Breitenstein . Utica Jan. 4 

Office Deputies. - 
(chief)i I Utica Oct. 11 

Maurice F. Murphy* j do Oct. 11 

Anna M.Davis* i do Oct. 11 



Edwin C. J. Smith | Ogdensburg, 

Chas. J. Kanunerlohr t Utica. . . 



Andrew W. Wilkin Fayette ville . . 

United States Commissioners. 
Louis W. Baker | Oswego 

Wyman S. Bascom ' Fort Edward . 

Lester W. Bloch j Albany 

Edward H. Bostwick | Ithaca 

Geo: C. Butler St. Johnsville 



Charles M. Davison , Saratoga Springs. i, 

Henry A. Dickinson Cortland 

Fred. W. Dudley i Port Henry 



Henry P. Gillildnd .....; Plattsburg. . 

Merchant B. Hall | Vernon 

Harry N. Harrington .* | Rome 

Walter G. Kellogg Ogdensburg. 

Ellsworth C. Lawrence Malone 



William D. Loucks j Schenectady. 



Oct. 11 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 11 



Aug. 31 
Aug. 3 
Dec. 22 
Julv 10 
Nov. 21 
June 5 
Apr. 12 
June 5 
Jan. 24 
Sept. 2 
July 10 
July 1 
Mar. 31 
Jan. 3 



Bruce N. Martin . . 
Charles S. Mereness. 



Watertown Dec. 23 



Lowville 

1 Competitive position. 



JunQ 5 



1908 
1900 



1910 



1912 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 , 

1908 

1909 

1911 

1908 

1909 

1909 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1911 

1909 

1908 

I 

1908 , 

1911 

1909 



$2,000 
1,200 

720 

5,000 

2,000 
1,000 
800 
720 
720 
600 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



138 



NEW YORK— NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissionera — Con. 
Borden H. Mills 


Albany 


Apr. 29, 1909 
Nov. 22, 1911 
June 5,1909 
Jan. 31,1908 
June 1,1909 
Dec. 20, 1911 
Oct. 14,1908 


Fees. 


Edwin H. Moody 


Bingham ton 


Fees. 


A. Judd NorthruD 


Syracuse 


Fees. 


Abram G. Senior 


Utica 


Fees. 


William H. Sullivan 


Norwich 


Fees. 


Barrett R. Wellinston 


Trov 


Fees. 


Chas. T. Whelan 


AAvrj ................. 

Auburn 


Fees. 









Times and places of boldins court.— District court: Second Tuesday in February, at Albany; first 
Tuesday in December, at . Utica; second Tuesday in June, at Binghamton: first Tuesday in October, at 
AubuTTi; first Tuesday in April, at Syracuse; and, in the discretion of the Judge of the court, one term 
annually at such time and place within the counties of Saratoga, Onondaga, St. Lawrence, Clinton, Jeffer- 
son, Oswego, and Franklin as he may from time to time appoint. 

Counties In tbe district.— Albany, Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Clinton, Cortland, Delaware, Essex, 
Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Berkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, 
Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, Saratc^, Schnectady, Schoharie, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, 
and Washington, with the waters thereof. 

NEW YORK— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

E . Henry Lacombe 

Alfred C. Coxe 

Henry G. Ward 

Walter C. Noyes 



Official address. 



Albany, N. Y. 

Utica 

New York 



Appointed, i Salary. 



Martin A. Knapp * 

District Judges. 

George C.Holt 1 : New York 

Charles M. Hough do 

Learned Hand , do 



New Haven, Conn. 
(P.O., Lyme, Conn.). 

Washington, D. C 



May 26, 1887 
June 3,1902 
Dec. 17, 1907 
Dec. 18, 1907 

Dec. 20, 1910 

Mar. 3,1903 
June 27, 1906 
Apr. 26, 1909 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

7,000 

6,000 
6,000 



6,000 



6,000 



1 See page 34. 



139 



NEW YORK— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerk Circuit Court o/AppeaU. 
William Parkin 



Clerk DUtrict Court, 
Thomas Alexander 



United States Attorney. 

Henry A. Wise 

Asnstant United States Attorneys, 
Goldthwaite H. Dorr 



Addison S. Pratt. 



Abel I. Smith, jr 

Carl E. Whitney 

Daniel Day Walton, jr. 
WalcottH. Pitkin 



Robert P. Stephenson. 

Henry N. Arnold 

Claude A. Thompson.. 

Henry A. Guiler 

' John E.Walker 



Herbert B. Gruber. 



Frank M. Roosa. 



John N. Boyle 

Roger H. Clarke 

Raymond G. Brown 

Clerks to United States Attorney, 

Oliver C. Shaw (chief clerk) 

WUliamS. Ball 



John V. B. Merritt. 



William J. Etgen 

Frederick L. Campbell. 
Jerry Bonner 



Official address. 



New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 
....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do..., 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



New York. 

do.... 

do.... 

do..., 

do.... 

....cfo.... 



Appointed. 



May 10, 1897 

July 19, 1901 

Apr. 1,1909 

Sept.20, 1906 
Apr. 20, 1909 
Apr. 20, 1909 
Dec. 20, 1909 
Oct. 6,1908 
Feb. 16, 1909 
Jan. 15,1909 
Apr. 18, 1910 
Aug. 12, 1911 
Sept.22, 1911 
Sept.25, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1909 
Sept.l8, 1911 
June 28, 1910 
Dec. 28, 1909 
Aug. 1,1910 



Dec. 


15, 1888 


3,000 


Oct. 


1,1893 


3,000 


Jan. 


1, 1889 


1,800 


Nov. 


1, 1889 


1,800 


Feb. 


1, 1898 


1,500 


Mar. 


1,1903 


1,200 



Salary. 



13,500 

Fees. 

10,000 

5,000 
5,000 
4,000 
3,600 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
.2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,200 
600 



140 



NEW YORK— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerks to United States Attorney — 
Continued. 

Marie C. Svenson (stenographer).. 

Geo. J. Zengerle 

Theresa C. Svenson (stenographer). 
Mary A. Link (Mrs.) (stenographer) 



Official address. 



New York 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



Flora B. De Puy (stenographer) . . . ! do 



Maud Anderson. 



do. 



Isabella Daly | do. 

Mathilde Rosenbluth | do. 

Mary E. A. Capper i do. 



John J. Coughlan ^ clerk) ^ 
James W. Donohue 



.do. 
do. 



Andrew J. Lynch j do 



Rose Weiss, 



Josephine A. Mauro. 



do. 
do. 



Saul gteinlauf i do. 



Louis Bennett. 



Henry I. Fruchter 

Wm. J. Boggs 

A. B. Storm (messenger). 



do. 
do 
do 
do. 



Isidore Silverstein * do 



Reuben Ganz (messenger) do 

James J. A. Carney (office boy) do 

Joseph Leibowitz (office boy) do 

Henry Horn (office boy) do 

United States Marshal. j 

I 
William Henkel | New York. 

Office Deputies. 

William C. Hecht (chief) ^ [ New York. 



Appointed. 



May 1,1906 
Nov. 1, 19002 
May 1,1906 



Oct. 28: 
Mar. 30 
Nov. 16 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 6 
Apr. 30 
Oct. 13 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 14 
Nov. 6 
Nov. 13 
May 1 
Jan. 9 
Dec. 26 
Dec. 28 
Dec. 2 
June 17 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 
Dec. 8 



Jan. 17 



Feb. 1 



Salary. 



1907 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1908 

1904 I 

I 
1911 i 

1911 I 

1911 [ 

1911 i 

1911 ' 
1908 I 

1912 i 
1911 
1901 
1909 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1911 



1910 



1910 



1 f 1, 300 

U,200 

1 1, 050 

1,050 

1,050 

*1,400 

1,050 

1,050 

1,000 

1,000 

900 

900 

900 

900 

900 

900 

*900 * 

75 mo. (60 

days). 
840 

840 

600 

p. w. 7 

p. w. 7 

p. w. 7 

5,000 
2,750 



1 Antitrust appropriation. < Appointed at 1900 probational; after 6 months to 

2 Promoted to Sl,200, " Trust " appropriation Jan. be 11,060 per annum. 
- - — <ivr 



1, 1912. 
3 Excepted. 



6 Paid from ''Miscellaneous expenses." 

• Competitive position. 

* Temporary promotion. 



141 



NEW YORK— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 



Name and office. 



(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Official address. 



Office Deputies — Continued. 

Axel J. Murberg * 

Harry Beatty 

John Kannengieser * 

James B. Bostwick ^ 



Joseph J. Kumb 
James Reed . 



Mabel Henkel (Miss) * 

Henry linicus 

John W. Pinkley 

John Gebhard 



Abram Adler. 



William Halpin. . . 
John H. Moorehead 



Elizabeth C. Heissner 
Harry Cunningham . . . 
William Crawford . . . . 



-Patrick Gildav 
John Noon. . . . 



Saml. E. Schonberg.. 
Michael J. McEnany. 
Sebastian Feldhaus. . 



William C. Dempsey. 

Peter M. Kopp 

MortonBishop 

Friedrich Bemhard . . 



New York 

do.... 

....do.:.. 
do.... 



Harry G. Gay > 

Albert J. Wirth 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
.do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
do. 



Appointed. 



....do 

1 Competitive position. 



Salary. 



Feb. 


1, 1910 


$1,700 


Feb. 


1,1910 


1,500 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


. 1,500 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,500 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,200 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,100 


Feb. 


1,1910 


1,100 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,100 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,050 


Feb. 


1,1910 


, 1,000 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,000 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,000 


Apr. 


8, 1910 


1,000 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,000 


Feb. 


1,1910 


1,000 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


1,000 


June 23, 1910 


950 


Feb. 


1. 1910 


900 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


900 


Feb. 


1, 1910 


900 


Apr. 


11, 1910 


900 


Feb. 


13, 1911 


900 


Mar. 


1,1911 


900 


Jan. 


2, 1912 


900 


Feb. 


1,1910 


860 


Oct. 


6,1911 


800 


Feb. 


1,1910 i 


250 



142 



NEW YORK— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners. 
Thomas Alexander 



Samuel R. Betts. 



Henry P. Butler. . 
Edward J. Collins. 



Darwin W. Esmond 



Official address. 



New York. 



do. 
.do 



Newbui^h, 
do.... 



New York. 
do.... 



Alex. Gilchrist, jr 

Henry W. Goodrich 

Samuel M. Hitchcock j do 

Edward T. McEnany ! West Point 

New York. 



Edward L. Owen 

M. B. Patterson [ Nyack, . . 

William P. Prentice ' New York, 

John A. Shields ' do 



Appointed. 



June 29, 1909 
June 29, 1910 
June 29, 1909 
June 29, 1909 
Aug. 10,1909 
June 29, 1909 
Sept.21, 1909 
June 29, 1909 
Oct. 16,1908 
June 29, 1909 
Oct. 19,1909 
June 29, 1909 
June 29, 1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— Circuit court of appeals: Second Monday in October, at 
New York CUy. 

District court: First Tuesday in each month, at New York CUif. 

Counties in the district.— CJolumbia, Dutchess, Greene, New York, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, 
Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester. 

NEW YORK— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
E. Henry Lacombe 



Official address. 



Albany, N. Y. 



Appointed. 



Alfred C. Coxe : U tica. 



Henry G. Ward. 



New York. 



Walter C. Noyes | New Haven, Conn. 

I (P.O., Lyme, Conn.). 
Martin A. Knapp ^ Washington, D. C 

District Judges. , 

Thomas Ives Chatfield Brooklyn 



Van Vechten Veeder do 

1 See page 34. 



May 26, 1887 
June 3,1902 
Dec. 17, 1907 
Dec. 18, 1907 
Dec. 20, 1910 

Jan. .9,1907 
Jan. 26,1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 



143 



NEW YORK— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name -and office. 



Clerk District Covrt. 
Richard P. Morle 



United States Attorney. 

Wm. J. YouDgB 

Assistant United States Attorneys, 
William P. AUen 



Louis R. Bick. 



Reuben Wilson 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Maurice C. Kestenbaum 



Alfred W. Murdock. 



Andrew J. Carr, messenger . . 

United States Marshal. 

Charles J. Haubert , 



Office Deputies. 
William H. Caldwell (chief) ». 
James H. Proctor * 



Henry R. Evarts 

Isidor M. Rosenblum. 



Frank Westervelt. 
Wm. C. Schultz.. 



Jas. E. McEvoy 

United States Commissioners. 

B. Lincoln Benedict 

Joeeph G. Cochran 

Richard P. Morle 



Official address. 



Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 
do... 



do. 



Brooklyn. 
do... 



.do. 



Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 
do... 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
do. 



Brooklyn. 

do.. 

do... 



Appointed. 



Oct. 6, 1897 



Jan. 18,1911 



Jam 
Jan. 



1,1907 
1, 1907 



Salary. 



Apr. 1, 1909 
Oct. 3,1910 
Feb. 4,1903 

Apr. 22, 1910 

July 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
Feb. 15,1911 
Feb. 15, 1911 

Feb. 24, 1910 

I 

Aug. 7,1911 I 
Oct. 31,1909 j 



€k>mpetitlTe position. 



Fees. 

14,500 

2,500 
2,400 



1,500 



1,200 
900 
700 

4,000 

2,000 

1,300 

1,100 

1,100 

900 

900 

900 

Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 



Times and places of hoMinc eoarts.~Dlstrict court: First Wednesday in eyery month, at Brooklyn . 
Counties In tbe district.— Kings, Nassau, Queens, Richmond, and Suffolk, with the waters thereof. 



144 



NEW YORK— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and ojffice. 



Circuit Judges. 

E. Henry Lacombe 

Alfred C. Coxe , 



Henry G. Ward 

Walter C. Noyes... 
Martin A. Knapp * 



District Judge. 
John R. Hazel 



CUrh District Court. 
Sidney W. Petrie 



United States Attorney. 
John Lord O'Brian 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Wm. Palmer 

Donald Bain 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Leroy N. Kilman 

United States Marshal. 
William R. Compton 

Office Deputies. 

Henry L. Fassett (chief) ^ 

Norris M. Compton - 

Howard Conkling 

Maurice L. Dotv 



Thomas J. Turner. 



Stephan A. Palizay - 
Fred 0. Viehmann.. 



James Rees Piigh 

United States Commissioners. 
Abnor Hazeltine 



OflScial address. 



Appointed. Salary. 



Albany, N. Y , May 26,1887 

i 
Utica : June 3,1902 

New York .....j Dec. 17,1907 

• I 
New Haven, Conn. I Dec. 18, 1907 

(P.O., Lyme, Conn.). ' 

Washington, D. C....i Dec. 20, 1910 ' 

I : 

I I 

Buffalo June 5,1900 



Buffalo ; July 1,1904 

! 

Buffalo Mar. 4,1909 

I 

Buffalo , Sept.l5, 1910 

do Jan. 21,1907 



Buffalo Jan. 28,1907 



Elmira Jan. 26,1909 



Elmira Apr. 1,1909 

do Apr. 1,1909 

Buffalo Apr. 1,1909 

do Apr. 1,1909 

I 

Salamanca Apr. 1,1909 

Elmira Apr. 1, 1909 : 

Rochester Apr. 1,1909 

Elmira May 1,1911 



1 See page 34. 



Jamestown , June 9, 1908 

2 Competitiye position. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

2,500 
2,500 

1,200 

5,000 

2,000 

1,200. 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

900 

900 

600 



Fees. 



145 



NEW YORK— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SECOND CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 

Sherman S. Jewett, 2d 

George P. Keating 

Hugh J. O'Brien 

£. Watson Personius 



Appointed. 



Charles K. Robinson. 

Edwin C. Smith 

Francis S. Stegelake. 
Glenn A. Stockwell. . 



Burdette Whipple. 



Buffalo 

Buffalo 

Rochester 

Elmira 

Buffalo 

Rochester 

Dunkirk 

Niagara Falls. 
Salamanca... 



June 9,1908 
Dec. 3,1910 
Jan. 15,1912 
Jan. 12,1910 
June 9,1908 
June 9,1908 
July 25, 1911 
June 30, 1910 
Nov. 2,1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Feeo. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Tfanes and places of hohUng eourC— District court: Second Tuesday Iti January, at Elmira; second 
Taesdays in llarA and November, at Buffalo; second Tuesday In May, at Roekater; second Toesday 
in July, at Jamettown; second Tuesday in October, at Lodtport; second Tuesday in September, at 
Caoandaigua. 

Counties In the district.^ Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Erie, Genesee, Liringstoa, 
Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates, with the 
waten thereof. 

NORTH CAROLINA— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. Appointed. 



Circuit Judges. 

Nathan Goff 

Jeter 0. Pritchard - 

District Judge, 

I 

I 

Henry Groves Connor ' Wilson 

Clerk District Court. ! 



Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Asheville 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Apr. 27, 1904 

May 25, 1909 



Salary. 



Hiram L. Grant 

16111— -12 ^10 



I Raleigh I Nov. 13, 1899 



$7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees . 



146 



NORTH CAROLINA— EASTERN DISTRICT— (>>ntinued, 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney. 
•Herbert F. Seawell 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
Isaac M. Meekins 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Alpheus Wray White 

United Slates Marshal. 

Claudius Dockery 

Office Deputies. 
John T. Sharp (chief) » 

Palo A. MitchelP 



Rippon W. Ward » 

United States Commissioners. 
M. V.Bamhill 

D. S.Barrett 

Henry C. Bourne 

A. B. Boykin 

Walter L. Cohoon 

James L. Cooley 

J. T . Copeland 

W. H. Covington 

L. H. Daniel 



Official address^. 



Raleigh. 
Raleigh. 
Raleigh. 

Raleigh. 

Raleigh, 
do.. 



do. 



Rocky Mount. 

Carthage 

Torboro 

Wilson •-.. 

Elizabeth City. 

Fontcol 

Carthage 

Rockingham. . 
Roxboro 



Saml. V.Ellis I Oxford. 



R. S. Shields. . 
John C. Gibbs. 
J. T. Gooch.,. 



Carthage.... 
Fayetteville. 
Weldon 



F. W. Hargett , Jacksonville. 

I 

George Harriss Wilmington . 

T. N. Harrison.: ! Littleton 



Chas. B. Hill 



. .i Newbem 

1 Competltlye position. 



Appointed. 



Feb. 28, 1910 
June 6,1910 
Mar. 24, 1910 

Mar. 8,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 

Feb. 6,1911 
June 21, 1909 
June 21, 1909 
Oct. 5,1908 
Mar. 7,19ll 
July 21, 1909 
Jan. 3, 1912 
Oct. 6, 1909 
Aug. 4,1909 
Sept. 16, 1909 
Oct. 4,1910 
May 25, 1911 
June 21, 1909 
Apr. 25, 1911 
June 21, 1909 
Aug. 4,1909 
June 11, 1909 



Salary. 



$4,000 
2,000 
1,200 

4,000 

1,600 
1,200 
1,000 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
. Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



147 



NORTH CAROLINA— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued, 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commisnonen — Con. 



Hugh Humphrey) 
Thos. L. Jones 



J.W.Kelly.... 
Henry T. King, 
W. H. Kinlaw. 



A. J. Loftin. 



JamieB A. McArthur. 



Henry L. McGowan. 
B.F. McLean 



Geo. H. Mitchell. 



John A. Narron, 



John Nichols. 



Joseph E. Peterson. 
W. H. Pittman.... 



Henry C. Reece. 
W. H. Russ 



B. S. Skinner. 



Irvin B. Tucker. 



J. C. Warren. 



A. W. Wicker 
T. B. Wilson., 



M. T. Young, 



Official address. 



Goldsboro. . 
Henderson. 
Jonesboro. . 



Greenville. 



Lumberton. 
Kinston 



Magnolia 

Swan Quarter, 
Maxton 



Winton 

Smithfield. 
Raleigh. . . 
GoldsbcHX). 
Tarboro. . . 



Siler City. . 
Washington, 
Durham 



Whiteville, 
Edenton... 



Sanford 



Elizabeth City. 
Dunn 



Appointed. 



Aug. 3 
Sept. 6 
June 1 
Mar. 6 
May 25, 
Sept. 9 
July 21 
Apr. 20 
Mar. 27 
Aug. 6, 
Oct. 5 
June 11 
Nov. 25 
Mar. 21 
Jan. 23 
Aug. 4 
July 6 
July 21 
Aug. 4 
Sept. 7 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 13 



1909 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Tillies and places of holdlns courts.— District court: At Elizabeth City, second Mondays in April 
and October; at WathiTifftam, third Mondays in April and October; at New Bern, fourth Mondays in 
April and October; at Wilmin0on, second Monday after the fourth Mondays in April and October; at 
Raitiffh, fourth Monday after Ihe fourth Mondays in April and October. , 

CDuntlesln thedlstrict-^Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Chatham, Chowan 
Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Durham, Edgecombe, Franklin, Gates, 
Granville, Greene, Halifax, Harnett, Hertford, Hoke, Hyde, Johnston, Jones, Lee, Lenoir, Martin, Moore, 
Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, Person, Pitt, 
liichmond, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland, Tjrrrell, Vance, Wake, Warren, Washington, Wayne, and 
Wilson. 



148 



NORTH CAROLINA— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
Nathan Goff 



Jeter C. Pritchard. 



DiOHct Jfkige. 

James Edmund Boyd 

Clerl, JDiatict Qtmrt, 
JasiesM. MttUitan..: 



AUped E. Hetton 



AjB$istant United Staisi Attorney, 
Albert L.CeWe 



Cierhs to TJmted States Attorney. 
John E. Bux4on * , 



Robert E. Qrunert. 



OfiSbdal address. 



Claricsbofg, W.Va... 
Aaheville 

Gre^iubete 

Greeneboro 

Wki0ton^6alem 

StatesYiftle 

Winstott«8flAem 



.do. 



United States ManhaL 

Wm. E. Logan I Greendxffo 

Offioe Dipudes. 

Jas. M. Baley (cWef)* 

R. L.Blaylock' 

Thoa. F. Roland ! Asheville. , 

Thomas W. Vincent^ ' Greensboro 

Lunnie A. Grant • StatesviUe. 



Greensboffo. 
....do 



Chaa. H. Holland. 
Gaston A. Carroll. 



Wilkesbofo 

Winston-Salem. 



John W. McBlroy ' Asheville. 



Thomas V. Shope.. Bryson City. 



AppomteA. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Apr. 27, 1904 

Jan. 9, 1901 

Jan. 1, 1912 

Jan. 8i,li911 

Sept. 1,1006 

Nov. 1,1897 
Mar. 16, 1005 

Mar. 8,19^ 



Excepted. 



Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Mar. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1910 

Mar. 1,1911 
Apr. 23, 1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

> Competitive position. 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,«eo 

2,000 

i,aoo 

1,000 

4,500 

2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

1.000 

900 

900 

800 



149 



NORTH CAROLINA— WESTERM DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FOURTH CIBOUW.) 



Name and office. 



Offiu Deputies — Continued. 
S. K. Harkrader 



Nesfiie Myrick *. 
John Jarrett — 



XPnited Suoes C&mmimonera. 
(Asheville diviedon.) 

R. H. Clarke....: 



A. H. Colvard. 



J. N. Downs. 



E. H. Franks. 



A. E. Hampton. 
C.B.Hill 



J. C. Herbert. 
R. S. McCall. 



G. H. Valentine. 



Z. V. Watson 



(Charlotte division.) 
Charles A. Bhmd 



M. L. Flow. 



C. C. Hampton. 
Richard C. Hill. 



G. Edward Kestler. 
R. W. Logan 



(Qreemrboro division.) 
J. M. Alexand^ 



H. L. Beckei^ai^ 
David H. Collins. 



John B. Ewiag. 
James J. Farris. 



W.A.Hall 



E. P. Hayes. 



Officiftl address. 



Charlotte. . 

Greensboro. 

Bakersville. 



BrysonCity.. 
Robbinsville. 
Waynesville. 
Franklin 



Brevard 



Murphy 

Hayesville 

Asheville 

Hendersonville 
Speedwell 



Wadesboro. 
Munroe 



Columbus. 



Albemarle. 
Concord. . 



Rutherfordton 



Lewigtoii 

Wins^OHir^riem. 
Greensboro. . . 



TSroy 

Hig^Pcittt 

BurhngtoB 

Rattdleiaan 

Competitlye position. 



Appoijoied. 



Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
May 3,1911 



Aug. 

Mar. 

July 

July 

Mar. 

Jan 

July 

May 

Dec. 

July 



24, 1911 

2,1909 

1,1909 

1,1909 

25, 1911 

29,1909 

1,1909 

13, 1908 

18, 1911 

1,1909 



Mar. 2,1909 
Mar. 14, 1911 
Dec. 29, 1907 
Dee. 21, 1909 
Feb. 24, 1911 
Feb. 23, 1911 

July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
Nov. 28, 1910 
Nov. 19, 1910 
Sepi. 3,1910 
Ma,y 29, 1909 
Apr. 26, 1910 



Salary. 



1800 
720 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Pees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



F>des. 
Pees. 
Pees. 
Fees. 
Pees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
F^es. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
i^ees. 



150 



NORTH CAROLINA— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissionera — Con. 
(Greensboro division) — ^Con. 

W. M. Jackson 

J. H. James ^ 



William A. Manley 
J. T. Pannill 



W. W. Pegram 

Arthur E. Tilley 

(States ville division.) 
W.J.Allen 



S. J. Black 



JohnM. Blount. 
Bismarck Capps. 
H. C. Cowles... 



W. M. Dunn. 



Wm. F. Hallyburton. 
James Morris 



C. A. Tuttle. 



Leroy R. Whitener. 
Richard Williams.. 



(Wilkesboro division.) 

W. L. Bryan •. 

George Cheek. 

Jno. W. Dula 



J. W. Wayman 



Official address. Api>ointed. 



Dobson I Jan. 6 

Yadkinville ■ July 1 

Spray I Dec. 5 



Reidsville. . 

Elkin 

Mount Airy. 



Taylorsville 
Bakersville . 



Cooleemee . 
Salisbiury . 
Statesville 
Elk Park. 



Morganton 

Marion 

Lenoir 



Hickory... 
Moiganton 



Boone 

Sparta 

Wilkesboro 
Jefferson... 



July 1 
Apr. 14 
Apr. 12, 

Aug. 22 
Nov. 21 
Aug. 4 
May 1 
July 1 
June 24 
Apr. 20 
July 1 
Oct. 30 
July 1 
July 1 

July 1 

July 1 

Jime 5 

July 1 



1909 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1909 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



nmes and places of boldlng court*— District court: At AshetnUe, first Mondays in May and Novam- 
ber;.at Charlotte, first Mondays in April and October; at Oreensboro, first Mondays in June and Decem- 
ber; at SdUtbury, fourth Mondays in April and October; at SUUesolUe, third Mondays in April and 
October; at WtUtetboro, fourth Mondays In May and Norember. 

Counties In the district.— Alamance, Alexander, Alleghany, Anson, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Burke, 
Cabarrus, Caldwell, Caswell, Catawba, Cherokee, Clay, Cleveland, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Gaston, 
Graham, Guilford, Haywood, Henderson, Iredell, Jackson, Lincoln, Macon, Madison, McDowell, Meck- 
lenburg, Mitchell, Montgomery, Orange, Polk, Randolph, Rockingham, Rowan, Rutherford, Stanly 
Stokes, Surry, Swain, Transylvania, Union, Watauga, Wilkes, Yadkin, and Yancey. 



151 



NORTH DAKOTA. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
Walter H. Sanborn 



William C. Hook. 
Elmer B. Adams. 



Walter I. Smith. 



John Emmett Carland 



District Judge. 
Charles F. Amidon 



Clerk District Court. 



J. A. Montgomery. : 

United States Attorney. 
Edward Engerud 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
William H. Bamett 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Elizabeth M. Fields 



United States Marshal. 
James F. Shea 



Office Deputies. 
Gilbert J. Stout (chief) >. 



Albert E . McKay 

S. B. Hochman 

Clark W. Haggart 

Joseph Lamont 

United States Commissioners. 
G. Harold Anderson 

R. M. Andrews , 

T. G. Auptinson 

John P.Bartel 

H. K.Batzer 

Robert D. Beery 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Eans. . . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. . 
Washington, D. C 

Fargo 



Fargo. 



Fargo. 



^«rgo. 



Fargo. 



Fargo. 



Fargo.. 
....do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Almont. . 

Beach 

Ambrose. 
Raleigh.. 
Hazelton. 
Mott 



Appointed. 


Salary. 


Mar. 17, 1892 


17,000 


Nov. 17, 1903 


7,000 


Dec. 12,1905 


7,000 


Jan. 31,1911 


7,000 


Jan. 31,1911 


7,000 



Feb. 18, 1897 

Mar. 21, 1890 

Jan. 31,1911 

June 1,1908 

Oct. 1, 1905 

Feb. 18,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
May 1,1911 
May 24, 1911 
June 23, 1910 

Apr. 17, 1911 
Sept. 8,1909 
Feb. 11, 1908 
Jan. 28,1911 
Aug. 18, 1911 



1 See page 34. 



Sept. 5,1911 
Competitive position. 



6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

1,800 

1,020 

4,000 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
900 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



152 



NORTH DAKOTA--CoEtinued. 
(mGHTfl omouiT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 
Victor R. Boemer 



F. G. Boettcher.., 

Simon Brown 

George A. Bryant. 

J..F. Casey 

T. E. Charlflon.... 



Joseph Cleary. 
E. W. Conmy. 
A. G. Covell.. 



V. H. Crane. 



Percy S. Crewe. 
Seldon Crockett. 
A. W. Cupler... 

M. C. Eagan 

W. R.Everett.. 



W. C. FairbatQkt. 
John Flittie 



H. R. Freitag.... 
G. F. GallowBy. . 
Charles T. Gmce. 
G. L. GuUikson.. 



O. M. Heath. 



R. E. Hopkins 

C. N. Janzen 

Henry E. Johnson. 
George Juergens. . 

H. H. Kenyon 

C.J. Klahn 



Official address. 



Center. 



Elgin 

Rhame... 
Napoleon 
Ganison . 
Charlson. 



Langdon. 
Pembina. 
Sykeston. 
Mott 



Mohall. 



Rugby 

Fargo 

Tagus 

Dickinson. 



Lakota. 



Williston. 

Max 

Rolla. . . . 



Ambrose. 
Schafer.. 



Plaza. 



Minot 

Krem 

Cartwright.. 
Devils Lake. 



Center. 
Shields. 



Appointed. 



July 9 
Apr. 27 
May 27 
May 30 
Oct. 21 
Apr. 30 
June 5 
Nov. 14 
Apr. 14 
Sept.ll 
Sept.26 
Nov. 27 
Apr. 21 
Jan. 23 
Feb. 18 
Dec. 22 
Sept.26, 
Jan. 11 
May 9 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 25 
June 10 

Apr. 21 
Apr. 11 
Jan. 8 
Apr. 1 
Mar. 23 



Salary. 



1910 
1911 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1910 

1910 I 
1909 

1911 1 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1908 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1911 
190% 
1910 
1910 
1<»10 
1911 
1910 
1912 
1910 
1911 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Foes. 
Fees. 

Fi&6S. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



153 



NORTH DAKOTA-^Ckmtinued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Nama tmd «0«e. 



United States Comminioners — Ck>n . 
F^r«dG. Kneelaiid 



B^oft R. Latitlffinsti 
JftiB68 T. McOuUodi . 



M. J. McKenfeie. 



J. A. Montgomary. (Bxtsradition 

cases.) 
H.C.MiUer 



£. Mottershead. 



WiMJam Mu^idii 



Robert F. Naiih. 



Robert Norhekb. 
Walter S. Norrk. 



William P. Owiena. 



J. A. Palmer. 



H. H. Perry. 
R. B. Person 



James Posey 

John Edward Reeder. 



Hugo P. Remington. 
George R. Robbins . 
Edwin C. Ruble.... 

F. L. Schnebly 

Ed. Schulenberg 

C. F. Schwiegert. . . 

W: Wright Scott 

Geoige E. Shaw, Jr. 
ShepaidL. ffliefdoii. 
• R. W. Shulenberg.. 



OiBdal address. 



Jamestown. 



WsuAkfwn, 



Bismarck. 



Fargo. ..... 

Ryd«r 

Richardtoa 
Linton 



Flasher. 



Alexander. 
Beli«id... 



Manning. 



de-... 

EUendttte. 



Dogdeli. 
Dawsofi. 



Yate0. 



Ailtley 

Grand Forks. 



DriscoU. . . 
R^e&t. . . . 
Stanley... 
Stanton. . . 
IftarmartSi. 
FesAe&den. 
Bowioatk. . 



AfpoMed. 



Stanley. 



June 5,1911 
Jan. g,ldl2 
June 12, 1911 
June 5,1911 
Dec. 27, 1909 
May 19, ItM 
Nov. 2, 1911 
May 12,1910 
Mar. 2,1911 
Apr. 5, 1919 
Not. 14, 1919 
Feb. 4,1999 
Oct. 9,1989 
Nov. 14,1919 
Oct. 23, 1911 
Deo. S,19l^ 
Aug. 3,1911 
Sept.26, 1910 
Apr. 29, 1911 
Sept.25, 1911 
Oct. 12,1910 
Jan. 9, 1909 
May 22, 1911 
Mat. 27, 1909 
Apr. 17, 19K) 
June 1,1909 
July 14, 1911 



Salary, 



Fees. 
Fves. 
F6ee. 
Fees. 
Fee^. 

ifees. 

Fees. 

ffees. 

Fees. 

^ees. 

I*ees. 

Fdes. 

jp^ees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fiees.^ 

Ffees. 

Fees. 



154 



NORTH DAKOTA— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name aad office. 



United States CommissionerB — Con . 
H. L. Simmons 



Chas. Simon. 



L. V. Skogland. 
Geo. J. Smith. . 



N.F.Snyder... 
Jacob Sonderall . 
Albert J. Stafne. 



Charles H. Stanley. 
Robert M. Stroup.. 
Frank I. Temple... 
E.C, Thomas 



H. H. Thomas. 



Chas. H. Wade. 



Paul S. Ware. 



William H. Ware. 



Ben G. Whitehead 



H. R. Young, 
C. A. Zabel.. 



Official address. 



Hettinger 

New England 

Gascoyne 

Haza 

Schafer 

Hettinger 

WiUiston 

Steele 

Kasmer 

McQusky 

Hettinger 

Flasher 

Halliday. .... 

Flaxton 

Crosby 

Schafer 

Emerson 

Valley City. . 



Appointed. 



Mar. 7,1908 
Mar. 24, 1910 
Apr. 16, 1910 
Nov. 26, 1909 
Aug. 12, 1910 
Apr. 27, 1911 
Jan. 6, 1908 
Aug. 9,1910 

Nov. 13, 1911 

• 

Mar. 20, 1909 
June 12, 1911 
Mar. 2,1911 
Feb. 3,1911 
Jan. 25, 1908 
Aug. 1,1910 
Mar. 17. 1909 
Dec. 14, 1911 
Oct. 5,1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding eourts.— District court. Southeastern division: At Fargo, third Tues- 
day in May. 

Southwestern division: at BUmardt, first Tuesday In March. 

Northeastern division: At Orand Forka, second Tuesday in November. 

Northwestern division: At DeoiU Lake, first Tuesday in July. 

Western division: At Minot, second Tuesday in October. 

Counties In tbe district.— Southeastern division: Barnes, Cass, Dickey, Griggs, Lamoure, Ransom, 
Richland, Sargent, and Steele. 

Southwestern division: Burleigh, Emmons, Foster, Kidder, Logan, Mcintosh, McLean, Sheridan, 
Stutsman, and Wells, and all the territory in the State lying west of the Missouri River and south of the 
twelfth standard parallel. 

Northeastern tlivislon: Cavalier, Grand Forks, Nelson, Pembina, Traill, and Walsh. 
* Northwestern division: Benson Bottineau, Eddy, MoHenry, Pierce, Ramsey, Rolette, and Towner. 

Western division: Ward, Mountrail, and Williams, and all territory west of the Missouri River and 
north of the twelfth standard parallel. 



165 



OHIO— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

John W. Warrington 

Loyal £. Ejiappen. ..... 

Arthur C. Denison 



Dittriet Judges, 
JohnM. KiUite, 



Waiiam L.Day 

Clerky Distriet Court, 
Bertrand C. Miller 



United Suues Attorney. 

Ulysses G. Denman 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Joseph G. Fogg 

Gary R. Album 

Johns. Pratt 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 

Charles M. Stelling 

Flora B. Miller, Mrs. ^ 

United States Marshal. 

Hyman D. Davis 

Office Deputies. 

Chas. H. A. Palmer (chief)^ 

Harry T. Brockman 

FredM. Fanning 

Charles H. Morgan 

Simeon Ashbrook 



E. Augustus Brown. 
AmosF. Owens 



Elsie E. Lay » 



Official address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

QxandBapidB, Mich.. 
do 



Toledo... 
Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 



Toledo. 



Cleveland. 

do.... 

Toledo.... 



Cleveland. 
do... 



Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

do..., 

do.... 



.do. 



Toledo. 



do. 



Cleveland, 
....do... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Jan. 31,1910 
Oct. 3,1911 

June 24, 1(10 
May 9,1911 

Jan. 1, 1912 

May 9, 1911 

Nov. 1,1910 
July 1,1911 
Mar. 16, 1908 

July 24, 1909 
Oct. 9,1911 

'Aug. 22, 1911 

Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 



Salary. 



1 Temporary. Anti-trast. 



* Date of recess appointment. 



Aug. 23, 1911 

s Competitive position. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

2,400 
1,600 
1,500 

1,100 
90 mo. 

4,Q00 

2,000 
1,500 
1,400 
1,200 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
900 



156 



OHIO-^NORTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIROiriT.) 



Name mmI oAm. 



United States Commissioner a. 



H. F. Oarlet<Mi. 



Vmak G. Crane. 
P. W. Gaines. . . 



B. I. Gillmer. 



WOlkm H. mtfhM. 
OttoStarek 



Predk. P. Walther. 



JulktB Whiting, jr. 



OfieU address. 



Olei^^ind. 

do.... 

Warren . . . 
Glevelaad. 
do.... 



do. 



Oantai, 



Afi|M>]&tod« 



Jan. 2, IMS 
Dec. 13, I9Qft 
June 2vlMtt 

May 2&, 190S 
May 16, 1906 
Jva. 2»,1M9 
June 29, VM 



Balary. 



F^ees. 



Fees. 
Fms. 
F««s. 
Fees. 



Times and places of bolding court.— District court. Eastern division: At Cleveland, first Tuesdays 
iD February, April, and OototHr. 

Western division: At Toledo, last Tuesdays in April and October; also, by rule of court, on the last 
Saturday in January, February, March, April, September, and (k^Mfm, a1» r«Mo. Q» tbe fifful Twwday 
after the first Monday in March, at Youngstown. 

Ooantles In Ckie dlstrlsit^Sastem diyisioQi AiAilaB4, Ashtabula, Carroll, ColumbfaHia, ^rtrnt^td, 
Cuyahoga, Geauga, Holmes, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Richland, Staric, Summit, Trum- 
bull, Tuscarawas* fldid Wagraa. 

Western division: Allen, Auglaize, Defiance, Erie, Fulton, Hancock, Hardin, Henry, Huron, Lucas, 
Marion, Mercer, Ottawa, P^olding, Putnam, Sandiwfcy, Seneca, Van Wert, Williams, Wood, atid 
Wyandot. 

OHIO— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 

Jofcn W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Knatypen 

Arthur C. Denison 



Distrkl Iyd$9s. 
Jbbn £. Sater 



Howard C. Hollister » , 

Glerhf Circuit Cowt of Appeals, 
Prank 0. Loveland 



Official address. 



Cincinnati 

Grand Rapids, Mieh. 
....de 



Columbus. 



Cincinnati, 



Cincinnati 

t See Act Feb. 24, WO, 



Appointed. 



Mar 16,1909 
Jan. SI, 1919 
Oct. 3, Itil 

Mar. 1,1900 
Mar. 7,1910 

Oct. 3, 1894 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
0,000 

3,500 



157 



OHIO— SOUTHERlf DISTRICT— CofitiBued. 

(sixra oiRcttw.) 



Name and office. 



Clerh, District Court. 

BoydE. Dilley 

United States Attorney. 

Sherman T. McPherton 

Assistant United "States Attorneys. 

Edward P. Moulinier 

Thomas H. Darby 

Harley E. Bums 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 
William M. Coffin * 



Messenger. 

Thoe. D. B. J. Sheehan, jr 

United States Marshal. 

Eugene L. Lewis 

Office Deputies. 

Louis J. Huwe (chief) ' 

Geo. W. Wenner 2 

William J. Sanderson' 

E.E.McGuire 

OrviUe V. Shilling 

Albert Bauer 

John S. McCallister 

Jennie Norrish ' 

Oscar W. Pinger 

Matt. E. Roberts 

United States Commissioners. 

Joseph L. Adler 

Lindsey K. Cooper 



Official address. 



Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati. 

do.... 

Columbus. 



Cincinnati 



Cincinnati, 



Cincinnati. 



Cincinnati. .,. 

do 

do 

do 

CeluiDfbiit 

do 

Marietta 

Cincinnati. .. 

do 

Columbus 



Cincinnati 
Iron ton... 



Appointed. 



Feb. 4,1908 
Dec. 10, 1907 

Aug. w, vm 

Sept.16, 1W8 
July 1,1^1 

July 2,1906 

Feb. 1,1910 

Jan. 26,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Jk^. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

July 1,1909 



Salary. 



Excepted. 



Dec. 1,1910 
s Competitive position. 



Fees. 

$4,500 

' 2,000 
1,600 
1,500 

1,200 

600 

4,000 

2,250 
1,400 
l,iOO 
1,400 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 
1,000 
940 
940 

Fees. 
Fees. 



158 



OHIO— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 



(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


1 

United States Commimoners — Con. 
Ernest L. Finlev 


Steubenville 


• 

May 11, 1910 
Mar. 11, 1911 
July 13, 1909 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
Sept. 26, 1911 
July 6,1909 
Mar. B.ldOO 


Fees. 


Florien F. Frazier 


Zanesville 


Fees. 


Henry Hall 


Portsmouth 


Fees. 


Frank W. Howell 


Dayton 


Fees. 


Alexaifder H. Johnson 


Columbus 


Fees. 


HoH^p n, Johnflton 


Grallipolis 


Fees. 


WiUiftm H. T/eep^r. 


Marietta i 


Fees. 


AddiBon P. Minshall 


nhilHrfttlifi 


Fees. 


William M. Rockel 


Springfield 1 Dec. 23, 1911 

Belief ontaine July 5,1909 

Athens Jiilv2fi. ifiOft 


Fees. 


John E. West. 


Fees. 


J. P. Wood, ir 


Fees. 











Times and places of boldlni; courts.— Circuit court of appeals: Tuesday after first Monday of each 
month in the year," except August and September, at Cincinnati. District court: Western division, first 
Tuesdays in February, April, and October, at Cincinnati. 

Eastern division, first Tuesdays in June and Deoemlser, at Columbus. 

First Mondays in May and November, at l^ayton (both divisions). 

Counties In tbe district.— Western dlvf^on: Adams, Brown, Butler, ChampaigD, Clark, Clermont, 
Clinton, Darke, Greene, Hamilton, Highland, Lawrence, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Scioto, Shelby, 
and Warren. 

Eastern division: Athens, Belmont, Coshocton, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Gallia, Guern- 
sey, Harrison, Hocking, Jackson, Jefferson, Knox, Licking, Logan, Madison, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, 
Morrow, Muskingum, Noble, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Union, Vinton, and Washington. 



OKLAHOMA— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Jtulgea 

Walter H . Sanborn 

William C. Hook....... 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Garland^ 



Official address. 



Appointed. | Salar>\ 



St. Paul, Minn ! Mar. 17,1892 

I i 

I^eavenworth, Kans . . Nov. 17, 1903 | 

St. Louis, Mo I Dec. 12, 1905 \ 

11 

Council Bluffs, Iowa.. I Jan. 31,1911 | 

Washington, D. C . . . . I Jan. 31, 1911 ! 
1 See page 34. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 



159 



OKLAHOMA— EASTERN DISTRICT.— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



District Judge, 

Ralph E. Campbell 

Clerh District Court. 



Robert P. Harrison 



United States Attorney, 

William J. Qregg 

Assistant United States Attorneys, 
John B. Meserve 



J. C, Denton. 



Frank Lee. 



Clerks to United Statet^Attomey, 

Myra Young* 

Beatrice E. Freeman 



United States Marshal, 
Samuel G. Victor 



Office Deputies, 
Ernest H. Hubbard (chief)' 
A. R.Cottle* 



J. C. Wilkinson 



Clinton N.Pilkins' 

Raymond Herz 

L.W.Early 

R. C.Lee 



J.W.Hubbard 



Fred D. Thompson. 
Thomas Burke 



Official address. 



Muskogee. 

Muskogee. 

Muskogee. 

Muskogee. 

do.... 

do.,.. 



Muskogee 
do 



Muskogee. 



Muskogee. 

do.... 

Vinita 

Muskogee. 
Ardmore . 
Durant . . . 
McAlester. 
Muskogee. 
Tulsa 



Appointed. 



Jan. 13,1908 

Nov. 16, 1907 

Jan. 13,1908 

Apr. 13, 1908 
Apr. 7,1909 
Nov. 27, 1907 

Dec. 24,1908 
Feb. 23, 1909 

Mar. 31, 1908 

Apr. 16, 1908 
July 1,1908 
June 1,1908 
Sept. 1,1910 
Apr. 16, 1908 
Oct. 5,1908 

Nov. 16, mo 

Sept.l5, 1908 
Nov. 26, 1910 



Excepted. 



Chickasha I Apr. 16, 1908 

' Competitive position. 



Salary. 



$6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,250 
2,250 
2,000 

1,200 
900 

4,000 

2,000 
1,500 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
900 



160 



OKLAHOMA—SASTERN DISTRICT— Conlwued. 

(mOHTH OIE0U1T.) 



Nam»imd office. 



United States Commissicmera, 

B.F.Cadw«U 

John H. Clapp 

Arthur G. Oodbran 

John Conroy 

Wm, B. DePw 

R. H. Earnest 

L. S. Fawcett 

E.M.Frye 

E. Hamilton 

W. W. Hyams 

Fred V. Kintowie 

Otis Lorton 

G. E. Nicholson , 

E. M. Payne , , . . 

Samuel C. Piatt 

Burton Richawls. 

W. S. Sterrett 

Bben L . Taylor 

P. C. Thomp«wi 

Charles Verne , 



OSoial address. 



Novate 

Okmulgee... 
Muikostte. . . 

Grove 

Vinit% 

McAlester . . 
HolfdenTiUo . 
Sallisaw , . . . 
OhickMba... 

•Tulsa 

Ardmore — 
Muskogee. . . 
Sulphur ..... 
Chickaaftia. . . 

Grove 

Hufj^ 

Durant 

Poteau 

Nowata 

Pauk VaUey 



Appointed. 



Mar. l,lftU 
Nov. 28, 1911 

Nov. m, mi 

Fab. 17» IdOS 
Mar. 12, IWO 
I^v. 32, Idll 
Nov. 22, 1911 
Apr. 6,1908 
May 26, 1911 
A«ig. 4,1906 
Oct. 18,1911 
Sept.l3, li»^0 
Feh. 7,1908 
Nov. 27, 1907 
May 9,l9m 
Aug. 31» 1906 
Oct. 27,1911 
Nov. 27, 1911 
Nov. 5,1>10 
Apr. 27, 1909 



Salary. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Feee. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Pees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Ttinefl and places of holding court.— District court: At Muskogee, first Monday in January; at 
Vlnita, first Monday in Mareh; at Tnha, first Monday in April; at McAlester, first Monday in June; at 
Ardmore, first Monday in October; at Chkkasha, first Monday in November. 

Counties In tHedlstriet.— Adair, Atoka, Bryan, Oarter, Cherokee, Ghootaw, Craig, Creek, Coal, Dela- 
ware, Oarvin, Grady, Haskell, Hughes, Jefferson, Johnston, Latimer, Le Flore, Love, Mayes, Marshall, 
McClain, McCurtain, Mcintosh, Murray, Muskc^ee, Nowata, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Ottawa, Pittsburg, 
Pontotoc, Pashmataha, Rogers, Seminole, Sequoyah, Stephens, Tulsa, Wagoner, and Washington. 



161 



OKLAHOMA— WESTERN DISTRICT. 



(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 

Walter H. Sanborn 

William C. Hook 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Garland *. 



District Judge. 
John H. Cotteral. 



Clerk District Court. 
Charles E. Hunter , 



United States Attorney. 
John Embry 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Isaac D . Taylor 

Geo. F. Zimmerman 

W.B.Herod 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Clara C. Fasken 2 



Josephine R. Pratt (temporary). 

Messenger. 
Thomas P. Hewitt 



United States Marshal. 
Wm. S.Cade 



Office Deputies. 
Christian Madsen (chief) ^ 

Allen G.Goff 

Jacob M. Jacobson , 

John P. Jones 

Jack H. Langston 

Richard G . Brownlee 



Lillian Vickers ^ 

i See page 34. 
16111—12 11 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Kans. . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council BlufEs, Iowa . 
Washington, D. C 



Guthrie. 

Guthrie. 

Guthrie. 

Guthrie. 

do.. 

do.. 



Guthrie. 
do.. 



Guthrie. 

Guthrie. 

Guthrie. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do. 



....do. 
* Excepted. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

Jan. 13,1908 

Nov. 16, 1907 

Feb. 19, 1908 

Nov. 16, 1907 
Mar. 17, 1909 
July 15, 1911 

May 19, 1911 
Jime 17, 1910 

Jan. 10,1908 

Feb. 15, 1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1, 1911 

Oct. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

July 1,1911 

Dec. 11, 1908 
Competitive position. 



Salarv. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,000 
1,500 
1,500 

1,200 
900 

480 

4,000 

2,000 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 



162 



OKLAHOMA— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued, 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners. 
Charles R. Alexander 



William M. Allison. 



H. R. Blanding 

A. T. Boys 

Thomas P. Braidwood 

John Q. Denny 

Ed G.Gray 

G. B. Mellott 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Woodward I Nov. 19, 1911 



Snyder Nov X9 

Lawton Nov. 19 



Oklahoma City 
Beaver 



Boise City. 
Pawnee... 
Pawhuska. 



Wm. W. Rakes Cheyenne. 

W. G. Roe Frederick. 

H. A. Russell Sayre 

E. L. Swigert Enid 



D. M. Tibbetts Guthrie. 



Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 
Jan. 18 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 
July 20 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 
June 10 
Nov. 19 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1911 
1911 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



Salary. 



I 



Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



Times and places of holding court.— District court: At OxUhrie, first Monday in January; at 
Oklahoma CUv, first Monday in March; at Enid, first Monday in June; at Lawton^ first Monday in 
September; at Woodwardf first Monday in November. 

Counties in the district.— Alfelfa, Beaver, Beckham, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Cimarron, Cleveland, 
Comanche, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Grant, Greer, Harmon, Harper, Jackson, Kay, ELingfisher, 
Kiowa, Lincoln, Logan, Major, Noble, Oklahoma, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Pottawatomie, Roger Mills, 
Texas, Tillman, Washita, Woods, Woodward. 



163 



OREGON. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Ross. 



William W. Morrow. 
William H. Hunt ^ 



, District Judges. 
Charles E. Wolverton 



Robert S. Bean 



Clerk District Court 
Anderson M. Cannon 



United States Attorney. 
John McCourt 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Walter H . Evans 



Robert F. Maguire. 
Everett A. Johnson 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Prank L. Buck ' 



Elizabeth McBride (Miss). 

Messenger. 
Thos. F. Ross 



United States Marshal. 

Leslie M. Scott 

Office Deputies. 
W. S. Macs wain (chief)*.... 

Leonard Becker ' 

J. B. Marvin 

Richard F. Beatty 

W.B.Griffith 



Official address. 



Portland 



Los Angeles, Cal... 
-San Francisco, Cal. 
Washington, D. C . 



Portland. 
do... 



Portland 

Portland 

Portland , 

do... 

do... 



Portland 
do... 



Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

do.. 

do... 

do... 

do... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31, 1911 

Jan. 10,1906 
Apr. 28, 1909 

Apr. 6,1908 

Mar. 17, 1908 

Apr. 3,1908 
Sept. 2,1910 
Sept 12, 1911 

Sept 19, 1910 
Apr. 19, 1909 

May 20, 1909 

Aug. 22, 1911 

Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Aug. 23, 1911 
Sept 8,1911 
Dec. 16, 1911 



Salary* 



7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

2,000 
1,800 
1,200 

1,200 
1,000 

p. m. 50 

4,000 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
3,200 



1 See page 34. 



* Excepted. 



s (Competitive position. 



164 



OREGON— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commiaaioners, 



J.W.Allen 

Lincoln Austin 

T.N. Balfour 

James W. Ball 

F. A. Bishop 

W. W. Calkins 

A. M. Cannon 

W. H. Canon 

Elmo A. Carpenter. 

P. F. Chandler 

Charles A. Coe 

W. H. Dobyns 

T. E.J. Duffy 

H. C. Ellis 



J. W. Etter. 



M. N. Fegtly 

Grace Frizzell (Miss). 
Charles H. Gardner.. 



T. H. Goyne... 
J. O. Hamaker. 
J. F. Hamilton, 



A. Helms, jr 

Henry L. Howe 

Vida Johnston (Mrs.). 

G. L. King 

George H. Marsh 

A. D. Morse 



Official address. 



Defur 

Flora 

Paulina 

Sumpter 

Hood River. 

Eugene 

Portland 

Medford 

Halfway 

Canyon City, 
Long Creek. . 

lone 

Prineville... 
Bend 



Pilot Rock. 



Jordan Valley. 
Fossil 



Toledo. 



Tillamook. 
Bonanza. . 



Astoria 

Mitchell.... 
Hood River. 
Pendleton.. 

Ontario 

Portland — 
Bandon 



Appointed, i Salary, 



Sept. 3 
Sept 23 
Apr. 17 
Dec. 14 
July 15 
June 13 
Apr. 21 
Aug. 3 
July 6 
Aug. 23 
Oct. 27 
Mar. 2 
Aug. 5 
Mar. 19 
Dec. 27 
Sept. 3 
Jan. 31 
Jan. 6 
Jan. 19 
Dec. 9 
Oct. 29 
Dec. 4 
Oct. 1 
Apr. 11 
June 26 
June 1 
Jan. 4 



1910 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1908 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1908 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1908 
1908 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1908 
1908 
1910 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



I 



165 



OREGON— Continued. 
(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 
M.J. O'Connor }.... 



George S. Park 

George W. Parman, 
C. C. Patterson 



W. L. Patterson 
Arthur K. Peck. 



R. M. Richardson, 
Carl Roe :.. 



H. C. Rooper... 
A. M, Runnella 
E. A. Searle — 



D. E. Severy.. . 
C. A. Sherman, 
J. E. Snow 



Hardt T. Stewart 
J. D. C. Thomas.. 



Howard W. Turner. 



Geo. H. Upthegrove. 

J. H. Upton. 

C. R. Wade...... 



W. D. West. 



Robert H. Wilkinson. 
J. Harry Wilson 



Official address. 



Denio. 



Paisley 
Condon. 



Heppner... 
Baker City. 
Marshfield . 



Klamath Falls, 

Enterprise 

Antelope 

Joseph 

Wallowa 



Florence. 
Fife 



Dayville 

Port Orford 



Fort Rock and Lake. 

Madras 

Hermiston 

Langlois 

Bandon 

Silver Lake 

McDermitt 

Ukiah 



Appointed. 



Jan. 15,1909 
Nov. 9,1911 
May 16, 1911 
Apr. 4,1910 
Mar. 18, 1910 
July 31, 1911 
Nov. 16, 1908 
Nov. 1,1910 
Nov. 16, 1908 
Nov. 1,1910 
Jan. 9, 1911 
Jan. 20,1911 
Aug. 15, 1910 
Oct. 27,1908 
Oct. 23, 1911 
June 30, 1911 
Mar. 1,1909 
Jan. 17,1911 
Feb. 14, 1910 
Oct. 23, 1911 
May 15, 1910 
Mar. 28, 1910 
Oct. 10, 1910 



Salary*- 



Fees 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



Times and places of holding court.— Clrouit coart of appeals: At PortUmd, annual term, third 
Monday in September. 

District court: At Portland^ first Mondays in March, July, and November At Pendleton, first Tues- 
day in April. At Medford, first Tuesday in October. 

District comprises the entire l^tate. 

Act of April 28, 1904, provides: "That in case of the absence of the United States district judge for the 
district of Oregon from said district, or of his disability, a circuit judge of the United States of the circuit 
to which such district belongs may hold the district court and perform the duties of the district judge." 



166 



PENNSYLVANIA— EASTERN DISTRICT, 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 

George Gray 

Joseph Buffington 

William M. Lamiing 

Robert W. Archbaldi .. 



District Judges. 
John B . McPherson 



James B. Holland. 



Clerk Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Saunders Lewis, jr 

Clerk District Court, 

William W. Craig 

United States Attorney. 

J. Whitaker Thompson 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 

John C. Swartley 

Walter C. Douglas, jr 

Jasper Yeates Brinton 

Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Mary K. Mason 

Ida 0. Schuyler (MiiB)^ 

Margaret M. Swiggard. 

Messenger. 
John M. McTamney 

United States Marshal. 
John B. Robinson 



Office DepyJties. 
Thomas Marple (chief) ' . 

Abram B. Myers 

Peter D. Helms 



R. Newton Thomas... 
>fieepa0B34« 



Official address. 



Wilmington, Del 

Pittsburgh 

Trenton, N. J 

Washington, D. C 



Philadelphia. 
do 



Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

do 

....do 



Philadelphia. 
....do 



do. 



Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

do 

....do 



....do. 
Excepted. 



Appointckl. 



Dec. 18, 1899 
Dec. 11, 1906 
May 18, 1909 
Jan. 31,1911 

Mar. 2^1899 
Apr. 19, 1904 

Feb. 1,1910 

Apr. 16, 1901 

Apr. 29,1908 

Jan. 1, 1903 
Jan. 1, 1906 
Jime 3,1904 

July 1,1896 
Nov. 13, 1905 
Apr. 12,-1909 

Mar. 1,1911 

Jan. 10,1905 

Jan. 23,1905 
Jan. 23,1905 
Jan. 23,1905 



May 20, 1908 
s (Sompetitlye position. 



Salary. 

17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

3,500 

6,000 

3,250 
2,500 
2,250 

1,400 

1,200 

900 

500 

4,000 

2,000 
1,500 
1,500 
1,200 



167 



PENNSYLVANIA— EASTERN DISTRICT— Cootinued. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commimoners. 
Samuel Bell 


Philadelphia 


July 1,1909 
May 16, 1908 
July 1,1909 
July 1,1909 
Ffih Ifi. IftOQ 


Fees. 


James L. N. Channell 


Pottaville *.. 

Philadelphia 


Fees. 


WilHftTn W, rirflip. . , . 


Fees. 


Henrv R. Edmunds. ., 


do 


Fees. 


William J. Jones 


AUentown 


Fees. 


John F. Lewis 


Philadelphia July 1,1909 

Lancaster Nov. 11, 1909 

Reading ...J July 1,1909 

i 
Easton -Ton in iqoq 


Fees. 


Howard J. Lowell 


. Fees. 


Henrv Maltzbergrer 


Fees. 


Newton R Turner 


Fees 











Times and i»laces of lioldlng courts.— Circuit court of appeals: First Tuesday In March and fint 
Tuesday in October, at PhiladtipMa, 

District court: Second Mondays in Maroh and June, third Monday in September, an4 seo^d Mon- 
day In December, at PhUaitHphkk. 

Counties in tbe district-— Berks, Bucks, Gliester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Montgomery, 
Northampton, Philadelphia, and Schuylkill. 

PENNSYLVANIA— MIDDLE DISTRICT. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
George Gray 

Joseph BuflSngton 

William M. Lamiing 



Official address. 



Wilmington, Del. 

Pittsburgh 

Trenton, N. J 



Robert W. Archbald * | Washington, D. C. . . 



District Judge, 
Charles B. Witmer 



Sunbury. 



Clerk District Court. 
George C. Scheuer 



Scranton. 



Appointed. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
May 
Jan. 



18, 1899 
11,1906 
18,1909 
31, 1911 



Salajry. 



United States Attorney, 
Andrew B. Dunsmore 



As&istarU United States Attorney. 
Andrew Hourigan 



Scranton 



Scranton . . . 
1 See page 34. 



Mar. 2,1911 



Oct. 11,1911 



Mar. 3,1911 



Mar. 20, 1911 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

2,000 



168 



PENNSYLVANIA— MIDDLE DISTRICT— Continued. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

George H. Willite 

United States Marshal. 

James M. Yeager 

Office Deputies. 

Hugh J. Evans (chief) * 

Frederick C. Ehrhardt 



James W. Snyder 

United States Commissioners. 



Paul G. Adams. 



B. S. Bentley.. 
N. L. Bonbrake. 
A. R. Britain... 
W. D. Crocker.. 
N. S. Engle..... 
Charles F.Hill.. 



John F. Kell. 



Sanford H. Lewis. 



John W. Mix. 



Joseph Moore.. 
E. C. Mumford. 



Francis M. Rowe, 



S.G.Rudy 

George C. Scheuer. 
Harry I. Schools .. 
E. R. W. Searle.., 



William A. Skinner. 

R. D. Stuart 

George D. Taylor. . . 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Scranton . 

Scranton . 

Scranton.. 
....do.... 



Harrisburg. 



Lebanon. 



Williamsport. . 
Chambersburg. 
Stroudsburg. . . 
Williamsport. . 

Sunbury 

Hazleton 



York 

Coudersport.. 

Towanda 

Wilkes-Barre. 
Honesdale... 
Shamokin 



Huntingdon, 
Scranton ... 



Lebanon 

Scranton 

Susquehanna. 
Carbondale. . 



Scranton 

1 Competitive positioD. 



Apr. 15, 1911 

Dec. 21, 1911 

Jan. 1, 1912 
Jan. 1, 1912 
Jan. 1, 1912 

July 1,1911 
May 6, 1909 
May 3,1909 
Oct. 10,1910 
Feb. 20, 1909 
Aug. 27, 1908 
May 6,1909 
Mar. 7,1908 
Aug. 30, 1909 
May 6,1909 
Jan. 11,1911 
Apr. 3,1908 
May 6,1909 
Aug. 30, 1909 ; 
Nov. 14,1911 
Jan. 5,1912 i 
May 28,1909 | 

Nov. 14, 1907 

I 

Nov. 30, 1910 
May 6,1909 , 



Salary. 



1900 

4,000 

1,600 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



169 



PENNSYLVANIA— MIDDLE DISTRICT— Continued. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners — Con. , 

Raymond F. Topper i Gettysburg . 

Paul Willis J Carlisle..... 

Leroy J. Wolfe i Harrisbui^. 



Appointed. Salary. 



May 19, 1909 
May 7,1908 
May 6,1909 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— District court: At ScrarUon, fourth Monday in February and 
third Monday in October; at HarrUbwg, first Mondays in May and December; at WUliamaporty second 
Mondays in January and June. 

Counties in the district.— Adams, Bradford, Cameron, Carbon, Center, Clinton, Columbia, Cumber- 
and, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lackawanna, Lebanon, Luzerne, Lycoming, 
MifSin, Monroe, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Pike, Potter, Snyder, Sulliyan, Susquehanna, Ti<^, 
Union, Wayne, Wyoming, and York. 

\ 

\ 

PENNSYLVANIA WESTERN DISTRICT. 



(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 

.George Gray 

Joseph Buffington 

William M . Lanning 

Robert W. Archbald ^ . . 



Official address. 



District Judges. 
James S. Young 

CharlesP. On..... 



Clerk District Court. 
William T. Lindsey 

United States Attorney. 
John H. Jordan 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
Robert M. Gibson 



Harry S. Lydick. 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
C. W. Tuttle 



Mary T.Welch 



Wilmington, Del... 

Pittsburgh 

Trenton, N. J 

Washington, D. C . 



Pittsburgh. 
....do 



Pittsburgh... 

Pittsburgh. . 

Pittsburgh... 
do 



Appointed, i Salary. 



Pittsburgh.. 

do 

> See page 34. 



Dec. 13, 1899 


$7,000 


Dec. 11,1906 


7,000 


May 18,1909 


7,000 


Jan. 31,1911 


7,000 


Feb. 1,1908 


6,000 


Apr. 8,1909 


6,000 


May 11, 1891 


Fees. 


Apr. 16, 1909 


4,500 


Feb. 1,1904 


2,500 


Aug. 1,1909 


2,100 


Feb. 1,1904 


1,400 


Dec. 29, 1909 


900 



170 



PENNSYLVANIA^WESTEJKN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(THIRD CIRCUIT.) 



Name a&d office. 



United States Marshal, 
£no8 Hadsell Porter: 



Offiee Depuim. 

Joe H. Irons (chief) * 

Robert H. McBumey 

George S. Owens 

United States Commissioners. 

George A. Chase 

H. D. Gamble 



Frank W. Grant. 



Aaron C. Holbert, 



William T. Lindsey. 
W.David Lloyd.... 

Jesse C. Long 

Harry L. Moore. .^ . . 
Henry W. Mundorff , 
James C. Russell 



Curtis M. Shawkey. 
Samuel I. Stoner... 



William J. Sturgis. 



Official address. 



Pittsbuxgh. 

Pittsbuigh. 
do.... 



.do. 



Appoinked. 



Jan. 24,1910 



Feb. L19I0 



Feb. 1 
Feb. 1 



Titusville... ' Oct. 12 

Pittsburgh i July 1 

Erie July 1 

Somerset i Oct. 12 

Pittsbuigh I July 1 

Johnstown ' Feb. 28 

Punxsutawney Mar. 14 

Erie ' Mar. 15 

Punxsutawney \ Mar. 7 

Bedford July 1 

Warren j Sept. 26 

Altoona Jan. 14 

Uniontown ' Apr. 5 



1910 
1910 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1909 
1908 
1910 



Salary. 



14,000 

1,800 
1,400 
1,300 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of hoUUng court.— District court: At PitUburg, first Monday in M^y and third 
Monday in October; at Erie, third Monday in July and second Monday in January. 

Counties in tlie district.— Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Clarion 
Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Fayette, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, 
Somerset, Venango, Warren, Washington, and Westmoreland. 



171 



PORTO RICO. 



Name and office. 



Supreme Coubt. 
Clmf Juatke, 
Jose Conrado Hernandez. . 



AsaodaU Jiutices. 

James H. McXteary 

Adolph Grant Wolf 

Emilio dei Toro f Cuevajs 

Pedro de Aldrey * 

Seopetary of Supreme Court. 
Jose Hernandez Usera 



Marshal of Supreme Court. 
Samuel C. Bothwell 



Attorney General. 
Foster V . Brown ^ 



United States District Judge. 
Paul Charlton 



Clerk United States District Court. 
Bafael Guillermety 

Official Stenographer. 
Lou D. Cosgriff 

United States Attorney. 
Byron S. Ambler 

United States Marshal. 

Harry S. Hubbard 

Offi^ce Deputies. 

John L. Haas (chief) 

Fred E. Burnett 



Official address. 



San Juan. 

San Juan. 

do.,. 

do... 

do... 



San Juan. 



San Juan. 



San Juan. 



San Juan 



San Juan. 

» 

San Juan. 

San Juan. 

San Juan. 

San Juan. 
do... 



Raleigh F. Haydon ! Mayaguez. 



George Trautman , i Ponce 

1 Appointed througli War Department. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Apr. 


9,19D9 


15,000 


Dec. 


17, 1901 


4,500 


Dec. 


12,1904 


4,500 


Apr. 


9,1909 


4.500 


Jan. 


la, 1911 


4,500 


July. 


1, 1911 


1,800 


July 


5,1900 


3,000 


May 


10, 1910 


4,000 


July 


19, 1911 


5,000 


Dec. 


1, 1910 


2,500 


May 


31, 1910 


1,200 


Feb. 


23, 1911 


4,000 


Jan. 


25, 1910 


3,500 


Apr. 


1, 1910 


1,800 


Apr. 


1, 1910 


1,500 


Apr. 


1, 1910 


1,500 


Apr. 


1, 1910 


1,500 



172 



PORTO RICO— Continued. 



Name and office. 



Interpreter. 
Francisco Fano 



United States Commissioners. 
Frank Antonsanti 



Andrew B. Crosae, 
William Falbe.... 



T.E.Lee 



W. Vincent Bobbins. 



Official address. 



San Juan. 



San Juan. 

do.... 

Mayaguez. 

Ponce 

do.... 



Appointed. 



Oct. 1, 1904 

Dec. 13, 1909 
Dec. 14, 1909 
Aug. 14, 1911 
Dec. 10, 1909 
Oct. 26,1908 



Salary. 



$1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— S^an Juan, April and October; Ponce^ January; Mayaguez^ 
special term immediately following January term at Ponce. 

The district comprises the Island of Porto Rico (seven electoral districts and seven local judicial 
districts). 

RHODE ISLAND. 



(FIRST CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 
Le ]>aron B. Colt 



Official address. 



Providence 



Portland, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 



William L. Putnam 

William Schofield 

District Judge. 

Arthur L. Brown i Providence 

Clerk District Court. 

William P. Cross Providence 

United States Attorney. 
Walter R. Stiness 



Assistant United States Attorn^. 

George H. Huddy, Jr 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Amy B. Sutcliffe 

United States Marshal. 
Daniel R. Ballou 



Providence , 



Providence , 



Providence 



Providence. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



July 5,1884 
May 17, 1892 
June 6,1911 

Dec. 15, 1896 

Dec. 12, 1888 

Sept. 1,1911 

May 7,1908 

Sept. 1,1911 

Feb. 20, 1910 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

2,500 

1,500 

750 

2,000 



173 



RHODE ISLAND— Continued. 



(FIRST CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Office Deputies, 

Richmond J. Stone (chief) 

William R. Rodman. 

United States Commissioners'. 

William P. Cross "... 

Archibald C. Matteson 



Appointed. \ Salary. 



Providence. 
do 



Providence, 
do 



Apr. 1,1910 

Apr. 1,1910 

Nov. 7,1910 

Oct. 9,1908 



$L()00 
800 

Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding court.— District court: At Providence, fourth Tuesday in May and 
third Tuesday in November; at Newport, second Tuesday in May and third Tuesday in October. 
District comprises the entire State. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
Nathan Goff 



Jeter C. Pritchard, 



District Judge, 
Henry A. Middleton Smith. 
Clerh District Court. 



Richard W. Hutson. 



United States' Attorney. 
Ernest F. Cochran 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Abial Lathrop 

Arthur R. Young 

Clerh to United States Attorney, 

John L. Heidtman 

United States Marshal, 
J. Duncan Adams 



Official address. 



Clarksburg, W. Va. . . 
Asheville, N. C 



Charleston. 



Charleston. 



Charleston, 



Colimibia. . 
Charleston. 

Charleston. 

Charleston. 



r 

Appointed. Salary. 



Mar. 17, 1892 


• 
17,000 




Apr. 27, 1904 


7,000 




June 7,1911 


6,000 




Dec. 1,1902 


Fees. 




Feb. 1,1910 


4,500 




Oct. 8,1906 


1,600 


* 


Sept. 1,1911 


1,300 




Aug. 1,1899 


1,200 




Mar. 1,1911 


4,500 





174 



SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued. 
(FOURTH OIROUIT.) 



Name and office. 



OJBIice Deputies. 
N. M. Porter (chief )». . 
J. L. Adams 



Geo. M. Schoenberger 

United States Commissioners. 

G.G.Alexander 

J.B.Atkinson. 

Peter B. Bacot 

James B. Bell 

R.J. Bland 

E. M. Blythe 

A. A. Brantley 

F. L. Bynum 

Jas. P. Carey, jr 

Octavius Cohen 

F. P. Colcock 

J. C.Cox 

J. C. Davis. 

John K. Hamblin 

W.H. S.Harris 

Joseph E. Hart 

Drayton F. Hastie 

George Kirkwood King 

Geo. T. Magill. 

J. C. McLure 

J. W . Marshall 

C. P. Quattlebaum 



Official address. 



Charleston 

do.... 

do.... 



Camden 

Spartanburg 

Florence 

Gaffney 

Sumter 

Greenville. ... 

Orangeburg 

Newberry 

Pickens 

Moncks Comer. 

Beaufort 

Abbeville 

Dillon 

Union 1. 

Jonesville 

Yorkville 

Charleston 

Darlington 

GreeBMrood 

Chester 

Rock Hill 

Conway 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



0. J. Ramage I Saluda. 



W. D. Ramey 1 Edgefield 

1 Competitiye position. 



Apr. 1,1911 
Apr. 1,1911 
Apr. 1,1911 

Dec. 20, 1908 
Oct. 23,1909 
Apr. 1,1908 
July 1,1909 
June 19, 1909 
Oct. 23,1911 
Jan. 15,1909 
June 19, 1911 
Sept. 28, 1908 
Apr. 5,1909 
Apr. 3,1909 
J me 14, 1909 
May 31, 1910 
Sept. 1,1911 
July 1,1909 
Jan. 1, 1909 
Sept. 1,1911 
Nor. 4,1907 
Aug. 30, 1909 
July 1, IWB 
Aug. 24, 1908 
July 1,1909 
July 11, 1911 
Jan. 18,1909 



$1,800 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



175 



SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued. 
(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commimoneri — Con. 

Joseph W. Shek>r 

R. Beverley Sloan 

W. F. Stackhouse 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



William M. Stevenson. 
E. A. Trescot 



J. Waities Waring. 
Samuel M. Wolfe. 



Walhalla 

Columbia 

Marion 

Bennettsvilie 
Blacksburg. . . 
Charleston . . . 
Anderson 



July 1,1909 


Fees. 


JuDe 6,1908 


Fees. 


June 13, 1908 


Fees. 


Feb. 20,1908 


Fees. 


July 1,1909 


Fees. 


July 3,1911 


Fees. 


Oct. 19, 1911 


Fees. 



Salary. 



Ttiues and places of holding court.— District coiirt. Eastern district: At Oiarleston, first Tuesdays 
in June and December; at Ooiumfiic, third Tuesday in January and first Tuesday in November, the latter 
term to be solely for the trial of civil cases; at Florence, first Tuesday in March. 

VVestem district: At Greenville, third Tuesdays in April and October. 

Counties in the districts.— Eastern district: Aiken, Bamberg, Barnwell, Beaufort, Berkeley, Cal- 
houn, Charleston, Chesterfield, Clarendon, Colleton, Darlington, Dorchester, Florence, Geoi^town, Hamp- 
ton, Horry, Kersham, Lee, Lexington, Marion, Marlboro, Orangeburg, Richland, Sumter, and W illiams- 
burg. 

Western district: Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Ch&ster, Edgefield, Fairfield, Greenville, Greenwood, 
Lancaster, I>aurens, Newberry, Oconee, Pickens, Saluda, Spartanburg, Union, and York. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Walter H . Sanborn 

William C. Hook 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Carland ^ . 



Officisd address. 



Appointed. | Salary. 



St. Paul, Minn I Mar. 17,1892 

Leavenworth, Kans-.J Nov. 17, 1903 

St. Louis, Mo ' Dec. 12, 1905 

Council Bluffs, lowa.J Jan. 31,1911 

Washington, D. C....' Jan. 31,1911 



District Judge. j 

James D. Elliott I Sioux Falls June 7, 1911 

Clerk District Court. 

Oliver S. Pendar I Sioux Falls Dec. 26, 1896 

1 See page 34. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 



176 



SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney. 

Edward E. Wagner 

Assistant United States Attorney. 
Charles J. Morris 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Anna Jost (Miss) 

United States Marshal. 
Seth Bullock 



Official address. 



Sioux Falls. 



Sioux Falls. 



Sioux Falls, 



Office Deputies. 
Jerry Carleton (chief) ^ 

H. F. Chapman 

John P. Belding 

Byron McVeigh 

Walter 0. McQueen 

J. W. Laughlin 

United States Commissioners. 
Anton Aasegard 

J. A. Anderson 

Oscar E. Balch 



Hugo Behrens — 
Burr J. Bostwick. 



Sioux Falls. 

Sioux Falls. 

do 

Deadwood.. 
Aberdeen. - 

Murdo 

Pierre 



Strool 

Rosebud Agency. 
Brushie 



Newell.. 
Sulphur. 



Geo. F. Budweiser i Fairpoint . 



Emmett A. Cade. 
Geo. W. Clark... 



D. J. Conway. 
J. P. Croal . . . 



C. W. Diderick. 



Fred C. Drake... 
Guy S. Eastman, 
A. C. Forney 



Belle Fourche. 

Fairpoint 

Sioux Falls.... 
Sisseton 



Date 

Mitchell. 
Ardmore. 



Oelrichs 

> Competitive position. 



Appointed. 



Apr. 1 
Apr. 13 

Aug. 1 

Feb. 8 

Apr. 1 

May 1 

Apr. 1 

Apr. 1 

Jan. 2 

Apr. 1 

Feb. 23 
Nov. 21 
Mar. 17 
July 6 
Mar. 14 
Dec. 19 
Apr. 12 
Sept. 8 
July 1 
Aug. 7 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 30 
May 11 
Mar. 26 



1909 



1911 



1908 

1910 

1910 
1911 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1908 
1911 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1909 



Salary. 



$4,000 



2,000 



900 



4,000 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 
900 
500 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees." 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



177 



SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued. 



(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissionera — Con. 

H. L. Gandy 

Elmer Geoige 

G. G. Glendenning 

F. M. Goodman 



Walter L. HaliB. 



Wm. H. Hawkins 
Chafl. C.Hill 



G. W. Hohenberger 

Phreben C. Hvistendahl 
T. H. Johnston 



Burton W. Lloyd 
J. H. Lundquist. 
John n. McCord. 



Chester T. Martin. 
W. E. Meagley. .. 
W. L. Merrick 



Edward F. Miller. 
David Moore .... 



Thos. H. Moore 



Frank Mullen Burke 



Thos. R. Nelson. 



W. H. Palmer, jr, 



C. A. Patterson. . . 
James A. Quigg... 
Ernest W. Reeves. 

F. X. Roach 

H. T. Robinson. . 
J. A. Stewart 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



Wasta. 
Date,. 



Ludlow. . . 
Mobridge. . 
Morristown 



Mar. 14, 1910 



June 24 
Apr. 17 
Oct. 2 
Sept. 18 



Caton Jan. 13 

White River .Oct. 2 

Ball ; Mar. 14 

Isabel ] Aug. 4 

WliiteOwl , Mar. 21 

Scenic ^ Mar. 17 

Moreau Oct. 8 

Pierre | Sept. 9 

t 

Camp Crook i July 26 

McLaughlin j Oct. 19 

Eagle Butte Dec. 3 

Meadow i June 14 

I 

Fort Pierre ! Aug. 22 



Dead wood 



Dupris (P. O., Rapid 

(Sty.) 
Buffalo Gap 



Mar. 20 
Nov. 5 
Apr. 1 
July 5 



Mcintosh J Oct. 25 

Philip Jan. 15 

Belvidere * July 14 

Faith (P. O., Spook) . . Apr. 25 

Cherry Creek I Nov. 12 

Edgemont ' June 24 



1908 

1909 

1908 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1908 

1909 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1908 

1909 

1909 

1910 

1910 

1911 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1908 



1 Alao authorized to transact business at Karinen. 

* Also authorized to transact business at Interior and Presho. 



Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees." 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



16111—12- 



-12 



178 
SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued. 



(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Apx)ointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commisnoners — Con. 
0. D. Tidrick 


Chamberlain 

FarT^inc'dale 


July 9,1909 
Oct. 10,1911 
June 24,1909 
Nov. 8,1909 
Sept.24, 1909 
Apr. 4,1910 
Sept. 8,1908 


Fees, 


TiUther F. Troutman 


Fees. 


William WallapA _ 


Aberdeen 


Fees. 


Edwin T. White 


Yankt-'^n 


Fees. 


0. 0. ^^/^u\^^m^ 


Lindsey 


Fees. 


F. W. Yoder 


Hoover 


Fees. 


F. M. Ziebach 


Winnor 


Fees. 


• 







Ttmes and places of hokUns courts.— District court. Northern division: At Aberdeen, first Taes- 
day in lyfay and second Tuesday in November. 

Southern division: At 8Umx FalU, first Tuesday in April and third Tuesday in October. 

Central division: At Pierref second Tuesday in June and first Tuesday in October. 

Western division: At Deadwood, third Tuesday in May and first Tuesday in September. 

Counties In the district.— Northern division (court at Aberdeen): Brown, Campbell, Clark, Coding- 
ton, Day, Deuel, Edmunds, Grant, Hamlin, McPherson, Marshall, Roberts, Spink, Schnasse, and Wal- 
worth; also Sisseton and Wahpeton Indian Reservations, and that portion of Standing Rock Reservation 
lying in South Dakota. 

Southern division (court at Sioux Falls): Aurora, Beadle, Bonhomme, Brookings, Brule, COiarles Mix, 
Clay, Davison, Douglas, Oregory, Hanson, Hutchinson, Kingsbury, Lake, Lincoln, McCook, Miner, 
Minnehaha, Moody, Sanborn, Turner, Union, Yankton, and the Yankton Indian Reservation. 

Central division (court at Pierre): Armstrong, Buffalo, Dewey, Faulk, Hand, Hughes, Hyde, Jerauld, 
lijmsaif Potter, Stanley, Sully; also Cheyenne River, Lower Brule, and Crow Creek Indian Reservations. 

Western division (court at Deadwood): Bennett, Butte, Custer, Fall River, Harding, Lawrence, Meade, 
Mellette, Pennington, Perkins, Shannon, Todd, Tripp, Waahabaugh, Washington, and the Rosebud and 
Pine Ridge Indian Reservations. 

TENNESSEE— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Circuit Judges. 

John W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Knappen 

Artiiur C. Denison 

District Jvdge, 

Edward T. Sanford 

CUrh District Court, 
Horace Van Devon ter 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Grand Rapids, Mich. . 
do 



Knoxville. 



Knoxville, 



Appointed. 


Salary! 


Ma.r. 16, 1909 


$7,000 


Jan. 31,1910 


7,000 


Oct. 3, 1911 


7,000 


May 18, 1908 


6,000 


Apr. 18, 1905 


Fees. 



179 



TENNESSEE— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney, 
James B. Cox 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
Wm. I. Davis 



Clerh to United States Attorney. 

Chas. R.Cox 

United States Marshal. 
James G. Crumbliss 



Offi^ce Depiuies. 
George £. Gresham (chief) ^ 
Samuel J. Wardell 1 



George W. Sharp * 
Patrick W. Evans. 



United States Commissioners. 



J. W. Agee 

W. A. Brown 

Charles V. Deaderick. 
A. J. Francisco 



F. G. Haggard... 
Stephen P. Hale. 
G.G.Hyatt..... 
Willard Keen.... 



W. 0. Mims. 



Horace M. Rankin. 



Wm. G. Sheen. 
H. K. Slover. . 



W.O.Taylor 

John A. Thompson 

John M. Thomburgh. . 
Horace Van Devon ter. 



Official address. 



Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 
do.... 



do 

Chattanooga. 



Lafollette 

Mountain City. 



National Soldiers' 

Home. 
Tazewell 



Rockwood. 



Madison ville. 



Ducktown. 
Huntsville. 



Newport. . 
Dandridge. 
Bristol 



Athens. 



Cleveland.. 

Rogersville. 

Knoxville.. 

do 



Appointed. 



May 11, 1910 

June 6,1910 

July 25, 1911 

Apr. 25, 1910 

May 3,1910 
July 11, 1911 
May 3,1910 
May 3,1910 

July 3,1908 
Mar. 1,1909 
Dec. 5,1911 
July 27, 1908 
Aug. 7,1911 
Nov. 2,1908 
Mar. 3,1910 
June 12, 1909 
July 1,1909 
May 16, 1910 
July 8,1910 
July 1,1909 
Nov. 2,1908 
June 7,1910 
July 15, 1911 
Jan. 2, 1911 



Salary. 



14,500 

1,800 

1,200 

4,000 

1,600 

1,100 

1,000 

900 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Feet*. 



Competitiye position. 



180 

TENNESSEE^-EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH OIRCXnT.) 



Name and oi^e. 


Official addrenR. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commusioners — Con. 
E.J. Vauffht 


Johnson City 


Jan. 9, 1911 
Dec. 12, 1908 
Jan. 3,1911 
July 2,1908 


Fees. 


Irviim A . Vincent, . . r . . r ., r 


Chattanooea 


Fees. 


A. B. Wflflon 


Greeneville 


Fees. 


Georere L, Zirkle 


Sevierville 


Fees. 


• 







Times and places of holding court.— District court. Northern division: At KnoxviUe, first Mon- 
days in January and July. 

Southern division: At Chattanooga, fourth Mondays in May and November. 

Northeastern division: At ChreenevlUe, last Mondays in March and September. 

Counties In the district.— Northern division: Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Claiborne, Grainger, 
Jefferson, Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott, Sevier, and Union. 

Southern division: Bledsoe, Bradley, Hamilton, James, McMinn, Marion, Meigs, Polk, Rhea, and 
Sequatchie. 

Northeastern division: Carter, Cocke, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, 
and Washington. 

TENNESSEE— MIDDLE DISTRICT. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

John W. Warrington 

Loyal E. Enappen 

Arthur C. Denison 

District Judge, 
Edward T. Sanford 



Clerk District Court, 



Henry M. Doak 

United States Attorney, 
Abram M. Tillman 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
James C. R. McCall 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Edward Trabue 



Official address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
do: 



Knoxville. 



Nashville. 



Nashville. 



Nashville. 



Nashville. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 
Jan. 
Oct. 



16,1909 

31, 1910 

3, 1911 



May 18, 1908 



Feb. 22, 1896 



Feb. 1,1910 



Aug. 15, 1908 



Feb. 5,1902 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

1,800 

1,200 



181 



TENNESSEE— MIDDLE DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Marshal, 

Jolin W. OvenU 

Ojfkx DeputUe, 

H. A. Bratten (chief) * 

Arthur P. Oakes 

R.L.Shirley 

United States Commissioners, 
J. B. Barnes 



C. F. Boiden. 
J. G. Crews.., 



W. H. Crowell, 



James Dibrell. 



W. J. Davidson. 
W. J. Gaudin... 



John Hart, jr... 
Harry A. Luck. 
J. M. Newman. 



A. 0. P. Nicholison. 
0. L. Noniian 



R. M. Reams. 



R. B. Webb 



Henderson Young. 



Official address. 



Nashville. 

NashviUe. 

do... 

do... 



Cookeville. 



Winchester. 



Lawrencebuig. 
Shelbyville... 

Sparta 

Tullahoma 



Jamestown. 



Livingston.. 
Nashville. . . 
Fayetteville. 
Columbia 



Waynesboro. 
McMinnville. 
Smithville. . . 



(jainesboro. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 9, mo 

Nov. 16, 1910 
Mar. 27, 1911 
Dec. 1,1911 

Aug. 10, 1910 
Jan. 28,1910 
Jan. 18,1910 
Jan. 21,1911 
May 18, 1910 
Jan. 21,1911 
July 1,1909 
July 23, 1909 
Nov. 11, 1910 
July 23, 1909 
July 23, 1909 
Aug. 6,1909 
Aug. 6,1909 
Nov. 2,1910 
July 26, 1909 



Salary. 



94,000 

1,500 
1,100 
1,000 

Feeft. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Tbnes and places of lioicling eoiurt.~Dl8trlct court. NsshyiUe dlvisioii: At NathviUe, second 
Mondajrs in April and October. 

Kortbeastem division: At CfookittilUf second Mondays in May and November. 

Counties In the dlstilet.— Nashville division: Bedford, Gannon, Cheatham, Coffee, Davidson, Dick- 
son, Franklin, GHes, Grondy, Hickman, Houston, Hmnphrsys, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, 
Manry, Montgomery, Mooie, Robertson, Rutherford, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Wa3nie, 
Wffliamson, and Wilson. 

Nortbeastarn division: Qay, Cumberland, Dekalb, Fentresn, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Put- 
nam, Smith, Van Buren, and White 



182 



TENNESSEE— WESTERN DISTRICT, 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judge$, 
JohnW. Wanington 



Loyal E. !Ejiappen. 



Arthur C. Denison. 



District Judg$. 
JohnE. McCall 



Clerk District Court, 



A. G. MathewB. 



United States Attorney. 

Casey Todd 

Assistant United States Attorney. 
Yandell Haun 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Katherine Metcalfe. 



United States Marshal, 



J. Sam Johnson. 



Oj}ice Deputies. 

John B. Jopling (diief)* 

ZachT. Jolly 

Rufus C. Thompson 

United States Commissioners. 



J. R. Abemathy.. 
Robert I. Chester. 



R. W. Eskridge. 
A. G. Mathews.. 
Geo. H. Poole.. 



Pinkney 0. Roberts. 



Official address. 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Grand Rapids, Mich.. 
do 



Memphis. 

Memphis. 

Memphis. 

Memphis. 

Memphis. 

Memphis. 

Memphis. 

do... 

Jackson. . 



Savannah. 
Jackson. . . 
Dresden. . 
Memphis. 
do.... 



Appointed. 



. Lexington , 

1 OompetitiTe position. 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Jan. 31, 1910 
Oct. 3, 1911 

Jan. 17,1905 

June 5,1905 

June 8,1910 

June 16, 1910 

Sept. 5,1910 

June 28, 1910 

July 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
Nov. 1,1911 

July 2,1909 
July 2,1909 
July 2,1909 
July 2,1909 
July 1,1910 
Nov. 27, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 

[7,000 

7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

1,800 

1,080 

4,000 

1,500 

1,200 

720 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees 



183 

TENNESSEE— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(SIXTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 

June 29, 1910 
July 2,1909 


Salary. 


United Statea Commisaionera — Con. 
Ferman C. Sanders 


» 

HliTitiPffdon r.. 


Fees. 


John W. Stumph 


Selnier 


Fees. 









Times and places of holding court.— District court. Eastern division: At Jackson, fourth Monda3rB 
in April and October. 

Western division: At Memj^is, fourth Mondays in May and November. ' 

Counties in tlie district.— Eastern division: Benton, Carroll, Chester, Crockett, Decatur, Gibson, 
Hardeman, Hardin, H^iderson, Henry, Lake, McNairy, Madison, Obion, Perry, and Weakley, tn<flud- 
ing the waters of the Tennessee Blver to low water mark on the eastern shore thereof wherever such river 
forms the boundary line between the western and middle districts of Tennessee from the north line of the 
State of Alabama north to the point in Henry County, Tenn., where the south boimdary line of the State 
of Kentucky strikes the west bank of the river. 

Western division: Dyer, Fayette, Haywood, Lauderdale, Shelby, and Tipton. 

TEXAS— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Cvrcuib Judgu. 
Don A. Pardee '. 


Atlanta, Gra 


May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

Feb. 15, 1899 

May 19, 1906 

June 19, 1910 

■ 

Sept. 26, 1910 
Mar. 2,1911 


17,000 

■ 
7,000 

7,000 
6,000 


Andrew P. McOormick 


Dallas 


David D. Shelby 


Huntsville, Ala 

Dallas 


District Judge. 
Edward R. Meek 


Clerk District Court. 
Lonis C. Maynard 


Dallas 


Fees. 


United States Attorney. 
William H . Atwell 


• 

Dallas 


4,000 


Clerk to United States Attorney. 
W . Rufus Bryant 


Dallas 


1,200 
4,000 


United States Marshal. 
George H. Green 


Dallas 



184 



TEXAS— NORTHERN DISTRICT- Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Office Deputies. 
B. Faridi (chief) \ 
B.M. Warden 



Douglass A. Campbell ^ 

J. M. North 

Lawrence J. Bolton 



L. L. Peevey 

D. R. Hodges j 

W. Rufus Bryant (stenographer) 
United States Commissioners, 

Jesse T. Couch 

N. A. Dodge , 

W.D.Girand 

James B. Keating 

A.W.May 

Rollie H. Scales 



Official address. 



Dallas . . •-. 



N. 



.do. 



do 

Fort Worth. 
Amarillo. . 

Abilene 

San Angelo. 
Dallas 



San Angelo. 
Fort Worth.. 

Abilene 

San Angelo. 

Dallas 

Amarillo 



Appointed. 



Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1011 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

^r. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Nov. 1,1911 

July 21, 1911 
July 11, 1909 
Oct. 7, 1908 
Sept. 5,1910 
May 19, 1910 
June 19, 1908 



Salary. 



11,800 

1,200 

1,300 

1,200 

720 

600 

250 

100 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees« 
. Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— Circuit court of appeals: At Fort Worthy first Monday in 

November. District courts: At DaUas, second Monday in January and first Monday in May; at Fort 

Worth, second Monday in March and first Monday in November; at Abilene, second Monday in April and 

flnt Monday in October; at San Angelo, iouith Monday in April and third Monday in October; at Amari^, 

third Monday in April and fourth Monday in September. 

Coimtles in the district.— Dallas division: Dallas, Ellis, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Navarro, and 
Rockwall. 

Fort Worth division: Archer, Baylor, Clay, Comanche, Erath, Foard, Hardeman, Hoed, Jack, Palo 
Phito, Parker^ Tarrant, Wichita, Wilbarger, Wise, and Young. 

Abilene division: Andrews, Borden, Callahan, Dawson, Eastland, Fiab», Gaines, Garta» Haskell » 
Howard, Jones, Kent, Knox, Lynn, Martin, Midland, Mitchell, Nolan, Scurry, Shackelford, Stephens, 
Stonewall, Taylor, Terry, Throckmorton, and Yoakum. 

Amarillo division: Armstrong, Bailey, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Childress, Cochran, Collingsw(xrth, Cottle, 
Crosby, Dallam, Deaf Smith, Dickens, Donley, Floyd, Gray, Hale, HaU, Hansford, Hartley, Hemphill, 
Hockley, Hutchinson, King, Lamb, Lipscomb, Lubbock, Moore, Motley, Ochiltree, Oldham, Parmer, 
Potter, Randall, Roberts, Sherman, Swisher, and Wheeler. 

San Angelo division: Brown, Coke, Coleman, Concho, Crockett, Glasscock, Irion, Menard, Mills, Run- 
nels, Schleicher, Sterling, Sutton, Tom Green, and Upton. 



rr=war^^^ 



185 

TEXAS— SOUTHERN DISTRICT, 

(FIFTH CIROXTIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Jvdges, 
Don A. Pardee 



Andrew P. McConnick 



David D. Shelby 

District Judge. 
WallerT. Bums 



Clerk District CowrU 

Ghzistopher Dart 

United States Attorney, 
Lock McDaniel 



Assistant United States Attorneys, 
Noah Allen 



O. S. York. 



Clerk to United States Attorney, 

Georgie Smith (Mies) * 

United States Marshal. 



Calvin Q. Brewster 

Office Deputies. 
J. G. Schermack (chief) * 
Oaeimiro P. Alvarez 



W. B. Linton, 



A. J. Barth^ow. 



R. L. Hoffman ^ 



Official address. 



GhBB, H. Haughton ^ 

United States Commissioners. 

Fred G. Chambliss 

A. B. Colfe 

H. F. Dennett. 

S.T.Foster 



Atla'nta, Ga 

Dallas 

Huntsville, Ala. 



Houston 

I 

Galveston 

douston 

Brownsville 

jGalveston 

Houston 

Galveston 

Galveston 

Rio Grande City. 

Brownsville . 

Laredo 

Galveston 

do 



Beeville 

Brownsville, 
Mc Allen 



Laredo 

i Ck)mpetitlTe position. 



Appointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

July 1,1902 

July 1,1902 

Jan. 16,1907 

Feb. 11, 1907 
June 1,1907 

Feb. 1,1907 

Feb. 8,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

Apr. 1,1911 

May 18, 1908 
Apr. 9,1909 
June 9, i911 
July 1,1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 



4,000 

1,500 
1,200 

1,200 

4,000 

1,600 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



186 



TEXAS— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 



(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 






Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


1 
United States Commissioners — Con. 

Leifirh C. Masterson i Houston 


July 1,1910 
Feb. 24, 1911 
Apr. 17, 1908 
June 23, 1909 


Fees. 


T. B. Norris 


Rio Grande City 

Corpus Christi ,. . 

Galveston 


Fees. 


Thos. B. Southeate 


Fees. 


JohnC. Walker 


Fees. 







Times and places of lioUUng district courts.— At Galveston, second Monday in January and first 
Monday In June; at Hoiuton, fourth Mondays in February and September; at Laredo, third Monday in 
April and second Monday in November; at BroumsviUe, second Monday in May and first Monday in Decem- 
ber; at Vkloria, fourth Monday in November and first Monday in May. 

Counties In the distrtctr— Returnable to Oalveston: Austin, Fort Bend, Matagorda, Wharton, 
Brazoria, Galveston, and Chambers. 

Returnable to Houston: Brazos, Colorado, Fayette, Ortmes, Harris, Lavaca, Madison, Montgomery, Polk, 
San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker, and Waller. 

Returnable to Laredo: Duval, La Salle, McMullen, Nueces, Webb, and Zapata. 

Returnable to Brownsville: Cameron, Hidalgo, and Starr. 

Returnable to Victoria: Bee, Calhoun, DeWitt, Gtoliad, Jackson, Live Oak, Refugio, Aransas, San 
Patricio, and Victoria. 

TEXAS— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Don A. Pardee 

Andrew P. McCormick. . 
David D. Shelby 

Distritt Judge. 
Gordon Russell 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Ga 

Dallas 

Huntsville, Ala. 



Clerh District Court. 
Jos. Robert Blades 



United States Attorney. 

James W. Ownby 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

John B. Dailey 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 
Nellie G. Osborne (Mrs.) 



Sherman. 



Sherman. 



Paris. 



Paris. 



Paris. 



Appointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

June 6,1910 

June 29, 1910 

July 1,1910 

Sept. 1,1907 

Oct. 1, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 

2,000 

1,200 



187 



TEXAS— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



United States Marshal, 



Dupont B. Lyon 

Office Deputies. 
Kennan S. Fisher (chief) ^ 
Robert B. Parsons 



J. L. Satterfield. 



Darius W.»Gullick. 



John H. Fry 

Chas. W. Baughn 

United States Commissioners. 
A. 0. Brackett 



Sherman... 

Paris 

Beaumont . 
Sherman... 

Tyler 

Jefferson.. - 
Paris 

Sherman... 



Appointed. 



J. W. Butler Tyler.. 



Jos. Palica. 



James W. Stuart Texarkana. . . 



Port Arthur. . 



John S. Stone. 



Paris. 



June 6,1910 

July 1,1910 
June 1,1911 
Aug. 1,1910 
July 1,1910 
Dec. 19, 1910 
Jan. 1, 1911 

June 23, 1909 
Oct. 24,1910 
May 30, 1908 
Nov. 7,1910 
Aug. 23, 1910 



Salary. 



$4,000 

2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

900 

750 

600 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 



I Competitive position. 

Times and places of lioldlng courts.— Distriet court: Tyler ^ fourth Monday in January and 
fourth Monday in April; Jefferson, first Monday in October and third Monday in February; Beaumont, 
third Monday in November and first Monday in April; Sherman, first Monday in January and third 
Monday in May; Paris, first Monday in March and third Monday in October; Texarkana, third Monday in 
March and first Monday in November. 

Counties In the district.— Returnable to Tyler: Anderson, Angelina, Cherokee, Oregg, Henderson, 
Houston, Nacogdoches, Panola, RaLos, Rusk, Smith, Van Zandt, and Wood. 

Returnable to Jefferson: Camp, Cass, Harrison, Hopkins, Marion, Morris, and Upshur. 

Returnable to Beaumont: Hardin, Jasper, Jeflerson, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Sabine, San Augustine, 
Shelby, and Tyler. 

Returnable to Sherman: Collin, Cooke, Denton, Grayson, and Montague. 

Returnable to Paris: Delta, Fannin, Lamar, and Red River. 

Returnable to Texarkana: Bowie, Franklin, and Titus. 



188 



TEXAS—WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(FIFTH OIROUIT.) 



Name and office. 



CircuU Judges, 
Don A. Pardee 



Andrew P. McCormick. 



David D. Shelby 

District Judge. 

Thomas S. Maxey 

Clerk District Court. 



D. H. Hart. 



United States Attorney. 

Charles A. Boynton, 

Assistant United States Attorneys. 

Sigismund Engelking 

Charles C. Cresson 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Edward E. Roberts 



Bernice Spohn (Miss) 

United States Marshal. 

Eugene Nolte 

Office Deputies. 
Fred^k H. Keller (chief) K.. 

T. H. HoUamoni 

John L. Dibrell 

John H. Rogers 

W. B.Matthews 

Eugene P. Warren 

Lawrence Anderson * , 

Matthew A. Houchin 

H. R. Hillebrand 

H. H. Butts 

Coley White , 



Official address. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Dallas 



HuntsviUe, Ala 



Austin 



Austin. 



Waco. 



El Paso. 



San Antonio, 

Waco 

El Paso 



San Antonio, 

San Antonio , 

do 

do 

El Paso 

Marfa 

Del Rio 

San Antonio . 
Eagle Pass. . . 

El Paso 

Waco 



Apx)ointed. 



May 13, 1881 
Mar. 17, 1892 
Mar. 2,1899 

June 25, 1888 

Apr. 24, 1893 

June 19, 1910 

Jan. 1, 1904 
Jan. 1, 1905 

June 11, 190^ 
Nov. 2,1910 

Mar. 4,1910 



Austin 

Oompetitive position. 



Sept. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

July 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr. 



1, 1911 
1, 1910 

1. 1910 

1. 1911 
1, 1911 
1, 1910 
1, 1910 
1, 1910 

1. 1910 

1. 1911 
1, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Tees. 

4,000 

2,500 
1,500 

1,200 
900 

4,000 

2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

1,080 

900 

900 

600 

300 



189 



TEXAS— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FIFTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners. 



H. B. Griffiji, 



Geo. B. Oliver. 



Richard Lee Edwards. 
John A. Bonnet 



Thomas Jones Caldwell (extradi- 
tion cases). 
A. P. McCormick 



Oscar F. Seargeant. 
L. F. Gamer 



Official address. 



Marfa 

El Paso 

San Antonio . . 

Eagle Pass 

Austin 

Waco 

Brackettsville 
Del Rio 



Appointed. 



Apr. 17, 1911 
Jan. 6, 1912 
Oct. 10,1910 
Apr. 20, 1911 
Jan. 18,1911 
July 2,1910 
June 15, 1911 
Jan. 12,1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees* 
Fees. 



TUnes and plaees of holding dlstiiet eourtB^^Attstin: Fourth Monday in January; second Monday 
in June. Waco: Fourth Monday in February; second Monday in November. El Pato: First Monday In 
April; first Mond^ in October. San ATUonio: First Monday in May; third Monday in December. Z><2 
Rio: Fourth ]l4[onday in October; third Monday in March, each year. 

Counties In district.— Returnable to Austin: Bastrop, Blanco, Burleson, BusiAtt, CatdweU, GiUespie, 
Hays, Kimble, Lampasas, I^ee, Llano, Mason, McCulloch, San Saba, Travis, Washington, and Williamson. 

Returnable to Waco: Bell, Bosque,, Coryell, Falls, Freestone, Hamilton, Hill, Leon, Limestone, Mclren- 
nan, Milam, Robertson, and Somen^ll. 

Returnable to San Antonio: Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Dimmit, Edwards, Frio, Gonzales, 
Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, Medina, and Wilson. 

Returnable to £1 Paso: Browster, Crane, Ector, £1 Paso, Jeff Davis, Loving, Presidio, Reeves, Ward, 
and Winkler. 

Returnable to Del Rio: Kiimey, Maverick, Pecos, Terrell, Uvalde, Valverde, and Zavalln. 

UTAH. 
rEIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges, 
waiter H. Sanborn 

William C. Hook. 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Garland ^ ... 

District Judge. 
John A, Marshall 

Clerk District Court 
Jerrold R. Letcher 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Kans. 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 
Washington, D. C. .. 

Salt Lake City 

Salt Lake City 

I See page 34. 



Appointed. 


Salary. 


Mar. 17, 1892 


$7,000 


Nov. 17, 1903 


7,000 


Dec. 12, i905 


7,000 


Jan. 31,1911 


7,000 


Jan. 31,1911 


7,000 


Feb. 4,1896 


6,000 


Feb, 8,1896 


1 

Feefi. 



190 



UTAH— Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney. 

Hiram E. Booth 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

William M. McCrea 

Clerh to United States Attorney. 
Leonora D. Trent 

United States Marshal. 

* 

James H. Anderson 

Office Deputies. 

Lucien H. Smyth (chief) ^ 

Julian Riley 

United States Commissioners. 



Peter Allen. 



Charles Baldwin. 



L. L. Crapo. . .. 
R. W. Crockett, 



F. L. Daggett. . . , 

H. N. Hayes 

William Howard. 



M. N. Larsen. 



Edward Mackie.. 
C. C. McWhinney. 

JohnMerkly 

Herbert Nichols. . , 
Samuel J. Ross. .. 



James I. Rounds. 
V. L. Sanford 



Official address. ' 



Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City. 
do 



Grayson 

Salt Lake City. 

Moab 

Price 

St. George 

Richfield 

Huntington 

Manila 

Myton 

Greenriver 

Whiterocks 

Milf ord 

Yost 

Cisco 

Myton 



Appointed. 



June 27, 1910 

Aug. 16, 1906 

Nov. 1,1896 

July 23, 1909 

Aug. 4,1909 
Aug. 4,1909 

June 20, 1910 
July 12, 1909 
July 12, 1909 
July 12, 1909 
July 12, 1909 
June 4,1910 
July 12, 1909 
July 12, 1909 
July 25, 1911 
July 12, 1909 
Mar. 6,1908 
Aug. 6,1910 
Oct. 31, 1910 
Feb. 20, 1911 
Mar. 21, 1910 



Salary. 



14,000 

1,800 

900 

3,500 

1,600 
1,200 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 
i 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— District court: Second Mondays in April and November, 
at Salt Lake City: second Mondays in March and September, at Offden. 
District comprises the entire State. 



191 



VERMONT. 

(SECOND CIROOTT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Jvdges. 

B. Henry Lacombe 

Alfred 0. Coxe 



Henry G. Ward 

Walter C. Noyes 

Martin A. Knapp ^ 

District Judge, 
James L. Martin 



Clerk District Court. 



Frederick S. Piatt. 



United States Attorney. 
Alexander Dunnett 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Mabel L. Spencer '. . . . 

United States Marshal. 

Horace W. Bailey 

Office Deputy. 

Frank H. Chapman ^ 

United States Commissioners. 
Warren R. Austin 



Harry Blodgett. . 
James A. Merrill, 
Martin S. Vilas. . 



John Young, 



1 See page 34. 



Official address. 



New York, N.Y.. 
Utica, N. Y 

New York, N. Y. . 
New Haven, Conn. 
Washington, D. C. 



Windsor (P. O., Brat- 
tleboro). 



Rutland. 



Appointed. 



St. Johnsbury. 



St. Johnsbury. 



Rutland. 



Rutland. 



St. Albans 

St. Johnsbury. 

Rutland 

Burlington.... 
Newport 



May 26, 1887 
June 3,1902 
Dec. 17, 1907 
Dec. 18, 1907 
Dec. 20, 1910 

Dec. 11, 1906 



Sept. 1,1907 

Dec. 13, 1910 

Jan. 23,1912 

Dec. 18, 1911 

Jan. 1, 1912 

Sept. 27,1910 
Apr. 14, 1910 
Apr. 27, 1908 
Dec. 1,1908 
Mar. 27, 1910 



Competitive i)OsitIoii. 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 



Fees. 

3,000 

1,000 

2,500 

1,400 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding district courts.— Fourth Tuesday In February, at BurUnffton; third 
Tuesday in May, at Windsor; first Tuesday in October, at RtUkmd. In each year one of stated terms of 
the district court may when adjourned be adjourned to meet at Newport and one at Montpelier. 

District comprises the entire State. 



I9fi 



VIRGINIA— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Of&cial address. 



Circuit Judges. 
Nathan Goff \ Clarksburg, W. Va 

I 

Jeter C. Pritchard Asheville, N. C 

i 
District Jvdge, | 

Edmund Waddill, jr | Richmond 

Clerk Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Henry T. Moloney 

Clerk District Court, 



Richmond. 



Richmond. 



Richmond. 



Joseph P. Brady 

United States Attorney. 
Lunsford L. Lewis 

Assistant United States Attorney. 
Robert H. Talley i Richmond 

Clerk to United States Attorney. ; 



Robert A. Sheppard 

United States Marshal. 



Richmond. 



Clarence G. Smithers I Norfolk , 



Office Deputies. \ 

Julius E. West (chief)* Norfolk. . . 

Roswell S. Holland (temporary) . . ' do — 

Asa Rogers (temporary) I Richmond . 



John F. Marchant. 
Robert N. Groner. 
David E. Robey.. 
F. H. Cleveland.. 



United States Commissioners. 



Joseph P. Brady 

Melvin Flegenheimer. 
Charles D. Foster 



do. 



Norfolk.... 
Alexandria. 
Rosslyn 

Richmond. 
do 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Apr. 27, 1904 

Mar. 22, 1898 

June 16, 1891 

Feb." 3,1908 

Jan. 25,1910 

Dec. 7,1905 

June 1,1906 

Jan. 25,1910 

Feb. 7,1910 
Feb. 7,1910 
Feb. 7,1910 
Mar. 15, 1910 
Apr. 19, 1910 
Aug. 1,1910 
Nov. 9,1910' 

May 11, 1911 
June 22, 1911 



Salary. 



Fredericksburg I July 16, 1910 

Competitfye i>osition . 



$7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

3,500 

Fees. 

4,000 

1,500 

900 

3,500 

1,600 
900 
900 
900 
600 
500 

None. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



193 



VIRGINIA— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FOURTH CIBCUIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 

• 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


United States Commissioners — Con. 
R. P. W. Gamett 


Alexandria 


• 

July 7,1911 
Apr. 8,1910 
July 16, 1910 
Mar. 15, 1910 
Aug. 12, 1908 
Nov 9,1908 


Fees. 


A. C. Garrett 


Newport News 

Clarendon 


Fees. 


L. L. Northrup 


Fees. 


L. M. Parker 


Nat'l Soldiers' Home. . 
Petersburc 


Fees. 


Bartlett Roper, ir 


Fees. 


P. S. Stephenson 


Norfolk 


Fees. 









Timas and places of holding courts.— Circuit court of appeals: First Tue8da3rs in February, May, 
and November, at Bichmond. District court: First Mondays in April and October, at Rithmoni; first 
Mondays In May and November, at Norfolk; first Mondays in January and July, at Alexandria. 

Ck>untie8 In tho district*— Aooomac, Alexandria, Amelia, Brunswick, Caroline, Charles City, Chester- 
field, Culpeper, Dinwiddle, Elizabeth City, Essex, Fairfax, Fauquier, Gloucester, Goochland, Greenesville , 
Hanover, Henrico, Isle of Wight, James City, King and Queen, King George, King William, Lancaster, 
Loudoun, Louisa, Lunenburg, Mathews, Mecklenburg, Middlesex, Nansemond, New Kent, Norfolk, 
Northampton, Northumberland, Nottoway, Orange, Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince George, Prince 
William, Princess Anne, Richmond, Southampton, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Surry, Sussex, Warwick, 
Westmoreland, and York. 

VIRGINIA— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Nathan Goff 

Jeter C. Pritchard 

District Judge. 

Henry C. McDowell 

Clerk District Court. 

Stanley W. Martin 

United States Attorney. 
Barnes Gillespie 

16111—12 ^13 



Official address. 


Appointed. 


Salary. 


Clarksburgi W. 


Va.... 


• 

Mar. 17, 1892 


17,000 


Asheville, N. C 




Apr 27,1904 


7,000 


Lynchburg 




Dec. 18, 1901 


6,000 


Lynchburg , 


Jan. 1,1912 


Feei. 


Roanoke (P. 0. 
well). 


Taze- 


Mar. 9,1910 


4,500 



194 

VIRGINIA— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Aitutant United States Attorney. 
Tfaos. J. Muncy 

Clerks to UnUed Statu Attorney, 

lin. Blanche M. Brown 

NyeBritts 

United States Marshal. 



Robt. A. Fulwiler. 



Office DeptUies. 
Clarence E. Gentry (chief) * 
John A. Noon * 



Edwin H. Howe ' 



John D. Rodgers 

United States Commissioners. 

CO. Bales 

F.H.CombB 

S. W. Coleman 

Jamee L. English 

Henry Taylor 

S. A. Thompson 

A. S. Gravely 

John J. Stuart 

T. A. Gillespie 

Hulst Glenn 



J. S. Hamesberger. 

J. O Woodward 

L. F. Erenning. • . 

T.J. O'Brien 

J. D. Perkins. . . • . 
Josephs. Proffit.. 
W.C. D.Rush.... 



Official address. 



Roanoke (P. 0., Taee- 
well). 



Roanoke 



do. 



Staunton. 

Staunton. 
....do... 



.do, 
.do. 



Pennington Gap. 

Grundy 

Gage City 

Rockymount. . . 
Big Stone Gap. . 

Stuart 

Martinsville 

Abingdon 

Cedarbluff 

Staunton 



Harrisonburg. 
Jonesville 



Wytheville. 

Lynchburg. 
Kindrick. . 

Floyd 

Clintwood.. 



Appointed. 



June 1,1910 

Jan. 30,1909 
Apr. 4,1910 

Mar. 20, 1910 

Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 1,1910 
Apr. 17, 1911 
Apr. 1,1910 

Nov. 12, 1911 

May 1,1911 

Jan. 22,1909 

June 28, 1909 

Sept.25, 1910 

Septr29, 1910 

Oct. 22, 1910 

Oct. 30, 1910 

Nov. 15, 1910 

Feb. 13, 1911 

June 9,1910 

Jan. 22,1909 

Mar. 6,1910 

Dec. 22, 1910 
Sept.20, 1908 
Dec. 28, 1911 
June 22, 1909 



Salary. 



$2,000 

1,200 
1,100 

4,000 

1,600 

1,400 

1,200 

600 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 

X WD. 

Fees. 



Competitive positfon. 






195 



VIRGINIA— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commimcmen — Con. 



J. B. Stovall 



A. J. Tavenner. 



A. M. VicatB. 



Samuel M. White. 



D. Price Withers. 
W. D. Tompkins, 

T. 0. Taylor 

R.S.Meade .... 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Danville ! Jan. 13, 1910 

Winchester ' Dec. 22, 1910 

Wise |,Sept. 3,1909 

Roanoke I Nov.23,1908 

Danville June22,1908 

Hillsville i Jan. 23,1911 



Madison. 
Lebanon 



Mar. 16, 1909 
Feb. 1,1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Ffees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holding courts.— District court: At CharlottesviUe, the second Monday in 
January and the first Monday in July; at Roanoke j the third Monday in February and the third Monday in 
June; at Lynchburg, on the Tuesday after the second Monday in March and September; at Danville, on the 
Tuesday after the second Monday in April and November; at Abingdon, on the Tuesday after the first 
Monday in May and October; at Harrisonburg, on the Tuesday after the first Monday in June and December; 
at Big Stone Chip, fourth Monday in January and second Monday in August. ^ 

Counties in the district.— Albemarle, Alleghany, Amherst, Appomattox, Augusta, Bath, Bedford, 
Bland, Botetourt, Buchanan, Buckingham, Campbell, Carroll, Charlotte, Clarke, Craig, Cumberland, 
Dickenson, Floyd, Fluvanna, Franklin, Frederick, Giles, Grayson, Greene, Halifax, Henry, Highland, Lee, 
Madison, Montgomery, Nelson, Page, Patrick, Pulaski, Pittsylvania, Rappahannock, Roanoke,Rockbridge, 
Rockingham, Russell, Scott, Shenandoah, Smyth, Tazewell, Warren, Washington, Wise, and Wythe. 

WASHINGTON— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(NINTH CIKCXJIT.) 



Name and office. 


Official address. 


Appointed. ; Salary. 


OircuU Judges, 




1 

1 
1 



William B. Gilbert 

Erskine M. Ross. 

William W. Morrow 

William H. Hunt* 

District Judge, 

Frank H. Rudkin 

Clerk District Court. 
William H. Hare 



Portland, Oreg \ Mar, 18, 1892 

Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 



Los Angeles, Cal 

San Francisco, Cal . . 
Washington, D. G... 



Spokane 



Spokane 

I See page 34. 



Jan. 31,1911 



Dec. 12, 1906 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 



196 



WASHINGTON— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Attorney, 
Oscar Cain 



Assistant United States Attorney. 
Ernest C. MacDonald 



Clerk to United States Attorney, 

Louise Floumoy 

United States Marshal, 
W. H. Halteman..: 



Office Deputies, 
Remus D. McCuUy (chief) K 

Arthur M. Dailey 

Andrew N. Short 



Francis K. Pugh^ 

United States Commissioners, 

John E. Bassett 

Joseph M. Batten 

J. C. Caie 

F. V. Brock 

W. W. Bonney 

Elmer W. Burrows 

F. T. Campbell 

A. C. Carson ^ 

Harry L. Chard 

E. E. Cleaver 

Jerry Cooney 

J. L. Cresson 

J. L. Cross 

Denton M. Crow 

R. L. Dalton 

E. C. Davis 




Appointed. 



Brewster 

Hatton 

Republic 

Riverside 

Ellensbuig 

Springdale 

Quincy 

Sanderson 

Pomeroy 

North Yakima. 

Springdale 

Chesaw 

Ritzville 

Spokane 

lone 



Ephrata. 
1 Gompetitive position. 



Dec. 13, 1910 

Dec. 1,1910 

Oct. 21, 1907 

Feb. 15, 1911 

Mar. 4,1911 
Aug. 15, 1911 
Mar. 4,1911 
Nov. 1,1911 

Aug. 28, 1909 

Nov. 2,1908 

Apr. 1,1911 

Sept. 2,1910 

Dec. 17, 1911 

Oct. 16,1907 

Apr. 18, 1910 

June 7,1909 

Mar. 1,1910 

Oct. 12, 1911 
Feb. 14, 1911 
Mar. 6,1908 
Nov. 18, 1909 
Apr. 3,1911 
May 17, 1911 
May 28, 1911 



Salary. 



14,500 

1,800 

1,200 

4,000 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 
1,000 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



> Temporary. 



197 



WASHINGTON— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 
A.W. Dressel 



H. V.Dyer 

W. G. Faulkner, 
Prank S. Fehr. . 



Fred J. Fine, 



Charles E. Forsyth. 
J. E. Fraser 



Chester D. Gifford. 



Joseph H.Gill 

John M. Glasgow 

Harry R. Grsihlman. 
William H. Hare.... 



J. W. Hicks 

William P. Hughes 

George J. Hurley 

Katherine S. Ide (Mrs.), 
William A. Inman 



T. M. Isensee. 



F. B. Keigley 

Leon B. Ken worthy. 
WillardJ. Kincaid.. 
William C. Kirk..... 



Charles F. Lake. 
C. J. Lambert. . . 



George S. Lee 

Edgar Lemmon 

John R. Lewis 

Walter N. Long 

Rowland S. Ludington. 



Official address. 



Metaline Falls. 

Beverly 

Bickleton 

Othello 

Oroville 



Mitchell... 
Davenport. 
Colville.... 
Washtucna. 
Hunters 



Loomis. 



Spokane. 
Othello.. 



Northport. 
Loomis 



Colville. 
Colfax.. 



Bossburg 

Quincy 

Dayton 

White Bluffs. 
Marcus 



Connell. 



Wilson Creek. 

Okanogan 

Hiinters 



Coulee City. 
Mansfield. . . 
Wehatchee. 



Appointed. 



Oct. 2. 1911 



Sept. 27 
July 1 
May 1 
Mar. 25 
Aug. 31 
June 24 
July 20 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 4 
Nov. 2 
July 14 
Oct. 1 
July 1 
Jan. 14 
Oct. 20 
July 1 
Sept. 6 
Apr. 17 
Nov. 20 
May 7 
Mar. 12 
Jan. 19 
Apr. 1 
Dec .27 
Jan. 27 
Apr. 15 
July 6 
Jan. 2 



1910 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1908 
19iO 
1910 
1911 
1910 
1908 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1908 
1908 
1910 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1909 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



198 



WASHINGTON— EASTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commisnoners — Con. 
Elmer E. McFadden 



John I. Melville 

T. L. Montgomery 

Orville F. Parmenter. 



Guy H. Pearl.. 
Homer L. Post. 



Rollin J. Reeves. 



Frank A. Reynolds.. 
Walter W. Reynolds. 

JohnE. Ritter 

S. B. Russell 



M. F. Ryan 

L. L. Sellers , 

M. P. Shaughnessy. 
J. E. Shore 



S. J. Sincock. 
B. F. Six..... 



Henry Smith. . 
F. E. Snedecor. 



Archer R. Squire. 
G.C. Start 



Jacob Stitzel. 



J. C. Syfford. 
N. L. Ward.. 



Chae. 0. Worley. 
E.E.Wright.... 



Official address. 



Twisp 

Sprague 

Chewelah 

Daisy 

Prosser 

Asotin 

Wilbur 

Leavenworth. 

Miles 

Republic 

Lakeside 

Newport 

Delrio 

Asotin 

Leavenworth. 

Tonasket 

Bridgeport. . . 

Roslyn 

Usk 

Kettle Falls.. 

Pomeroy 

Colville 

Han!ord 



Goldendale. 

Tekoa 

Walla Walla. 



Appointed. 



Feb. 17, 1909 
Feb. 9,1909 
June 10, 1908 
Dec. 3,1908 
Oct. 21, 1911 
May 27, 1911 . 
July 1,1909 
Mar. 1,1911 
June 1,1911 
Oct. 21, 1911 
Aug. 5,1909 
Oct. 13,1911 
Aug. 24, 1909 
May 28, 1910 
June 30, 1909 
May 4,1911 
Oct. 31,1908 
Mar. 15, 1910 
Sept. 9,1910 
Sept.l5, 1911 
Sept.13, 1909 
July 1,1909 
do 



Feb. 15, 1911 
Aug. 30, 1909 
Mar. 6,1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of holdlni; court.— District court, eastern division: At Spokane, first Tuesdays 
in April and September. Southern division: At North YakiTna, first Tuesdays in May and October; at 
WaUa Waila, first Tuesdays in June and December. 

Counties In tbe district*— Eastern division: Adams» Spokane, Lincoln, Douglas, Grant, Chelan, 
Okanogan, Ferry, and Stevens. Southern division: Asotin, Oarfleld, Columbia, Wallawalla, FrankBn, 
Yakima, Benton, KUdUtat, Kittitas, and Whitman. 



199 



\VASHINGTON— WESTERN DISTRICT, 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

Circuit Judges. 
William B. Gilbert 



Erskine M. Ross. 



William W. Monow, 



WiUiamH.HimtV 



JHsirict Judge$. 
Cornelius H. Hanford 

Geoige Donworth 

Clerk District Court. 
Abraham W. Engle..., 

United States Attorney. 
Elmer E. Todd 



Assistant United States Attorneys. 
W. G. McLaren 



Louis £. Sbela 



Clerks to United States Attorney. 
Clarence W. McKercber^ , 



Cordelia M. Tbiel 



United States Marshal. 
Josepb R. H. Jacoby 

Office DepuMes. . 
Prank L. Crosby (chief) *.... 

Ira S. Davisson^ 



FrwiM. Lathed 



Harvey J. Doten . . 
H. V. R. Anderson. 



Official address. 



Portland, Oreg. . . . 
Los Angeles, Cal... 
San FranciscOi Cal. 
Washington, D. C 



Seattle. 
do. 



Seattle. 



Seattle. 



Seattle. 



do. 



Seattle. 
do. 



Tacoma. 

Tacoma. 
do.. 



Seattle. 



Tacoma. 
Seattle.. 



do. 



George B. Devenpeck 

Frank Albert, jr | do. 

Ludwig Frank I do. 

Horace G. Best ! do. 

> See page 34. > Excepted. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 18, 1892 
Feb. 22, 1895 
May 20, 1897 
Jan. 31,1911 

Feb. 25, 1890 
May 18, 1909 

Oct. 2,1911 

Dec. 10, 1907 

Oct. 20, 1908 
Feb. 1,1912 

Oct. 1,1907 
Aug. 23, 1909 

Feb. 15, 1911 



Salary. 



17,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

2,500 
1,500 

1,500 
1,080 

4,000 



Mar. 1,1911 


2,250 


Mar. 1,1911 


1,600 


Mar. 1,1911 


1,400 


Mar. 1,1911 


1,200 


Mar. 1,1911 


1,200 


Mar. 1,1911 


1,200 


Mar. 1,1911 


1,000 


Mar. 17, 1911 


1,200 


Nov. 16, 1911 
s Competitlye posi 


900 

tlon. 



200 



WASHINGTON— WESTERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(NINTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



. United States Commissionera, 
C. J. Andrews 



C. W. Beal. 



Alfred L. Black, jr. 
A. C. Bowman 



Samuel D. Bridges. 
Wilbra Coleman 



Thomas H. Dunckley. 

M. D. Egbert 

K. O. Erickson 



A. V. Higley 

Christopher Kalahan. 

E. D. Kenyon 

J. A. Kuhn 



Raymond J. McMillan, 
Francis W. Mansfield.. 

George D. Montfort 

George W. 'Brien 



Official address. 



Clearwater. 



Maple Falls. 
Bellingham. 
Seattle..... 



Tacoma. 



Sedro-Wooley. 
Chehalis 



South Bend. 
Mora 



Quiniault. 
Kalama... 



Bellingham 

Port Townsend 

Tacoma 

Everett 

Blaine 

Clallani Bay.. . 



E. M. Scanlon I Vancouver 



Anacortea 

Port Angeles. 
Maple Falls.. 



Harry L. Smith 

James Stewart 

H. J. Strickfaden 

Alfred Thompson | Olympia. . 

William D. Totten | Seattle.... 

Philip S. Turner i Bremerton 



E. L. Wade 

Seth Warren 

W. A. Westover. 



Montesano. 
Hoquiam.. 
Chehalis... 



Appointed. 



Mar. 9,1910 

Nov. IS, 1908 

May 9,1910 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

Jan. 18,1911 

Aug. 19, 1910 

Jan. 12,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

July 15, 1911 

Mar. 9,1910 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 2,1909 

Mar. 17, 1911 

Nov. 13, 1907 
July 7,1909 
Feb. 25, 1911 
Mar. 2,1909 
Dec. 30, 1909 
Sept.20, 1909 
Jan. 30,1909 
Aug. 25, 1909 
Jan. 27,1908 



Salary. 



Fees.. 



Fees. 

FOOB. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

• 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fiees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and placesof holding courts.— Circuit courtof appeals: AtSeattle, annual term second Mondfty 
in September. District court: Northern division, at Seattle, first Tuesdays in May and November; at 
BeUingham, first Tuesdays in April and October; western division, at TacoTna, first Tuesdays in February 
and July. 

Counties in the district.— Northern division: Clallam, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Ban Juan, 
Skt^it, Snohomish, and Whatcom. Western division Chehalis, Clarke, Cowlitz, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, 
Pierce, Skamania, Thurston, and Wahkiakum 



201 



WEST VIRGINIA— NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Circuit Judges. 

Nathan Goff 

Jeter C. Pritchard 

District Judge. 

Alston G. Dayton 

Chrk District Court. 

Charles B. Kefauver 

JJnited States Attorney. 

H. Roy Waugh 

Assistant United States Attorney. 
John Marshall 



Official address. 



Clarksburg 

Asheville, N. C 

Philippi 



Parkersburg. 



Parkersburg. 



Parkersburg 



Clerk and Assistant to United 
States Attorney. 

H.J.Wilcox 

United States Marshal. 

James E. Doyle 

Office Deputies. 

A. Todd Barrett (chief) 

HalM.Rapp* 

United States Commissioners. 

Geoige E. Boyd, jr 

Dorr Casto 

James T. Dailey 

Alexander C. Moore 

Lewis V. G. Morris 

EdwardB. Neal 

J.H.Siler 

Wilbur H. Thomas , 



Parkersburg. 

Parkersburg. 

ParkersbuFig. 
....do 



Wheeling 

Parkerc?burg 

Kingwood 

Clarksburg 

Philippi 

Parkersburg 

Berkeley Springs. 
Martinsburg 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Apr. 27,1904 

Mar. 14, 1905 

July 11, 1907 

Jan. 6,1910 

Jan. 27,1910 



Dec. 1,1910 

Jan. 6,1910 

Jan. 27,1910 
Jan. 27,1910 

Apr. 6, 1910 
Jan. 17,1911 
Oct. 9, 1909 
Oct. 7, 1909 
Apr. 18, 1910 
July 16, 1910 
July 24, 1909 
Oct. 20,1909 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,500 

2,000 



1,500 

4,000 

1,600 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Foes. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— District court: At J!i£ttrtin3burg, the first Tuesday of Aprii 
and the third Tuesday of 8epteml)er; at Clarksburg, the second Tuesday of April and the first Tuesday of 
October; at Wheeling, the first Tuesday of May and the third Tuesday of October; at Philippi, the fourtli 
Tuesday of May and first Tuesday of Noveml>er; at Parkersburg, tiie second Tuesday of January and 
second Tuesday of June. 

Counties in the district.— Barbour, Berkeley, Brooke, Calhoun, Doddridge, Oilraer, Grant, Hamp- 
shire, Hancock, Hardy, Harrison, Jefferson, Lewis, Marion, Marshall, Mineral, Monongalia, Morgan, Ohio, 
Pendleton, Pleasants, Preston, Randolph, Ritchie, Taylor, Tucker, Tyler,Upshur, Wetzel, Wirt, ami Wood. 



202 



WEST VIRGINIA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Official address. 



Circuit Judges. 

Nathan Goff 

Jeter C. Pritchard 

District Judge. 

Benj. F. Keller 

Clerk District Court. 



Clarksburg 

Asheville, N. C. 



Charleston 



Edwin M. Keatley Charleston.. 

United States Attorney. i 

• ■ 

I 
Harold A. Ritz Huntington 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

H. Delbert Rummel | Charleston.. 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Austin M. Sikes Huntington 

United States Marshal. 

I 
I 

Frank H. Tyree Huntington 

Office Deputies. 

W. H. Lyons (chief ) 1 

H. J. Jackson (Mrs.) * 

United States Commissioners. 



Huntington. 
Charleston.. 



V. C. Champe , Montgomery 

J. R. Dillard ! Bluefield 



J. P. Douglass.. 
E. C. Eagle"..... 
Jno. T. Graham 



Jno. R. Greenawalt 
C. F. Harden 



J. W. McCreery. 
W. H. O'Brien. 
B. H. Oxley ... 



Huntington. 

Hinton 

Huntington. 

Welch 

Sutton 



Beckley 

Ripley 

Griffithsville . . . 

1 Competitive position. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Apr. 27, 1904 

Dec. 17, 1901 

July 16, 1902 

Apr. 26, 1909 

Apr. 18, 1905 

May 1,1905 

Jan. 6, 1910 

Jan. 18,1910 
Jan. 18, 1910 

Sept.23, 1908 
July 28, 1909 
June 22, 1909 
Oct. 4,1909 
Apr. 15, 1911 
June 1,1911 
Aug. 14, 1909 
Apr. 16, 1911 
Aug. 14, 1909 
Sept.23, 1910 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

" Fees. 

4,500 

2,000 

1,200 

4,000 

1,800 
1,400 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



203 



WEST VIRGINIA— SOUTHERN DISTRICT— Continued. 

(FOURTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States CommisHonert — Con. 



H. A. Robinson 



Jos. Rufifner. 



Thos. H. Scott 



Jno. A.Thayer. 
Paris D. Yeager. 



Official address. 



Falling Springs. 
Charleston 



Pmeville . 
Charleston 
Marlinton.. 



Appointed. 



Aug. 14, 1909 
Aug. 14, 1909 
Oct. 19,1910 
Aug. 14, 1909 
Feb. 5,1910 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and piaees of hoMlnc courts.— District court: At Charletton, on the first Tuesday in June and 
the third Tuesday in November; at Huntingtont an the first Tuesday in April and the first Tuesday after 
the third Monday in September; at BluefUldf on the first Tuesday in May and the third Tuesday in October; 
at Addison, on the first Monday in September; and at LewMmrg, on the second Tuesday in February. 

Ck>iiiities in the district.— Jackson, Roane, Clay, Braxton, Webster, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Greenbrier, 
Fayette, Boone, Kanawha, Putnam, Mason, Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo, Raleigh, Wyoming, 
McDowell, Mercer, Summers, and Monroe, with the waters thereof. 

WISCONSIN— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

Oireuit Judges, 

Francis E. Baker 

William H. Seaman 

Christian C. Kohlsaat 



Official address. 



Julian W. Mack » 

District Judge. 



CUrh District Court. 
Frederick C. WestfaM, jr 

United States Attorney. 
GuyD.Goff 

Assistant United States Attorney. 
Stephen J. McMahon 

Clerk to United States Attorney, 
Louise Zautcke 



Hammond, Ind. (P. 

O., Goshen, Ind.). 
Milwaukee, Wis. (P. 

0. , Sheboygan, Wis. ). 
Chicago, 111 

Chicago, 111 

Washington, D. C 



Milwaukee 



Milwaukee 



Milwaukee 



Milwaukee . 
> See page 84. 



Appointed. 



Jan'. 21,1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18,1905 



Jan. 31,1911 



Salary. 



Jan. 1, 1909 



July 6,1911 



Oct. 2,1911 



June 3,1910 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 
Fees. 
4,000 
1,800 
600 



204 



WISCONSIN— EASTERN DISTRICT— Oontinued. 

(SEVENTH CIROUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Marshal, 

Harry A. Weil 

Office Deputies. 

Charles B. Reinardy * 

George "Rankl 

John H. Vebber 



Official address. 



United States Commissioners. 

Francis Bloodgood 

M. E. Davis 



Fred Englebracht, jr. 

John F. Harper 

G. W. Hazelton 



Heman B. Jackson. 

A. H. Kellogg 

George W. Latta. . . 
John O. Miller 



R. L. Morse 



Max H. Strehlow. 
Marion Wescott. . 



A. C. Preacott Sheboygan 



Milwaukee. 

Milwaukee , 

do 

do 



Milwaukee. 
Green Bay. 

Berlin 

Milwaukee, 

do 

Oshkosh . . . 



Appleton. 

Antigo 

Marinette. 



Fond du Lac . 



Green Bay. 
Shawano... 



AppoiBted. 



July 6,1911 



Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 



July 1 
July 10 
Sept. 13 
July 1 
May 27 
Jan. 2 
July 1 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 28 
Oct. 3 
Aug. 28 
Dec. 29 
Oct. 3 



1911 
1911 
1911 



1909 
1908 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



Salary. 



HOOO 

1,800 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fefes 

Fees. 

Fees. 

F^es. 

Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 



1 Competitive position. 

Times and places of holding courts.— District court: First Mondays in January and October, at 
Milwaukee: second Tuesday in June, at Oshkosh; first Tuesday in April, at Oreen Bap. 

Counties In the district.— Brown, Calumet, Dodge, Door, Florence, Fond du Lac, Forest, Green 
Lake, Kenosha, Kewaunee, Langlade, Manitowoc, Marinette, Marquette, Milwaukee, Oconto, Outagamie, 
Ozaukee, Racine, Shawano, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington, Waukesha, Waupaca, Waushara, and 
Winnebago. 



205 



WISCONSIN— WESTERN DISTRICT. 

(SEVENTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 

Circuit Jvdgea. 
Francis E. Baker 



William H. Seaman. . 
Christian C. Kohlsaat. 



Official addiesB. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 



Vacai;icy 

Julian W. MacJ^ ^ 



District Jvdge, 
Arthur L. Sanborn 



Clerhs District Court, 
Franklin W. Oakley 

Alfred Harrison 



Henry E. Tichnor 

United States Attorney. 

George H. Gordon^ 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

Henry H. Morgan 

Clerk to United States Attorney, 
Sabina A. Wames 



Milwaukee, Wis. (P. 

O., Sheboygan,Wi8.). 
Chicago, 111 



United States Marshal. 
Rockwell J. Flint 



Office Deputies, 
Carl P. McAssey (chief) ' 

William H. Appleby 

William T. Pugh 

United States CommissUmers. 

Michael S. Bright 

F. E. Bump 

Chauncey E. Blake 

W. S. Cate 

L. A. Doolittle 



Fred W. French. 



Washington, D. C. 



Madison. 



Madison.. 
La Crosse . 
Superior. . 



La Crosse , 



Madison. 



Madison. 



Madison. 



Madison. 

do... 

Superior. 



Superior. . . 

Wausau 

Madison... 
Ashland... 
Eau Claire. 



Madison, 



Appointed. 



Jan. 21,1902 
Mar. 1,1905 
Mar. 18, 1905 



Jan. 31,1911 

Jan. 9, 1905 

Apr. 16, 1897 
May 11, 1897 
Mar. 24, 1909 

Apr. 26, 1909 

Apr. 7, 1905 

Jan. 11,1901 

Feb. 10, 1908 

June 1,1910 
Mar. 16, 1909 
Mar. 3,1908 

July 1,1909 
June 2,1911 
Jan. 26,1911 
Jan. 31,1910 
July 1,1909 
Jan. 3,1912 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

4,000 

1,800 

1,200 

4,000 

1,600 
1,200 
1,200 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



1 See page 84. 



Competitive i>ositio]i. 



206 



WISCONSIN— WESTERN DISTRICT-<:!ontinued. 

(SEVENTH CIRCXnT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 



Alfred Harrison. 



Andrew Lees. 



Claude Z. Luse. 



Henry McBain 

Paul W. Mahoney. 
Phil. H.Perkins.. 



H. L. Reevs 

Stanley D. Tallman. 
A. Pearce Tomkins. 



Official address. 



La Crosse, 



do. 



Superior. . . 
Eau Claire. 



La Crosse. 



Superior 

Rhinelander. 



Janesville. 
Ashland.. 



Appointed. 



Salary. 



July 1,1909 
Apr. 25, 1911 
July 1,1909 
Aug. 1,1908 
Jan. 15,1909 
July 1,1909 
Mar. 22, 1911 
Oct. 8,1909 
Oct. 14,1911 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees* 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



Times and places of boldlng courts.— District court: At Madison on the first Tuesday tn December^ 
at Eau Claire on the first Tuesday in June; at La Crosse on the third Tuesday in September; and at 8upe~ 
riOT on the fourth Tuesday in Jtmuary and the second Tuesday in July. 

Counties in the dlstolct.— Adams, Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Buffalo, Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, 
Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Dunn, Douglas, Eau Claire, Grant, Green, Iowa, Iron, Jackson, Jefferson, 
Juneau, La Crosse, Lafayette, Lincoln, Marathon, Monroe, Oneida, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, Portage, Price, 
Richland, Rock, Rusk, St. Croix, Sauk, Sawyer, Taylor, Trempealeau, Vernon, Vilas, Washburn, and 
Wood. 

WYOMING. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and address. 



Circuit Jvdges, 
Walter H. Sanborn 

WiUiam C. Hook 

Elmer B. Adams 

Walter I. Smith 

John Emmett Carland ^ 

District Judge, 
John A. Riner , 

Clerk District Court, 
Chae. J. Ohnhaus 

United States Attorney, 
Hilliard S. Ridgely 



Official address. 



St. Paul, Minn 

Leavenworth, Eans. . . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Council Bluffs, lowa.. 
Washington, D. C 

Cheyenne 

Cheyenne 

Cheyenne 

1 See page 34. 



Appointed. 



Mar. 17, 1892 
Nov. 17, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Jan. 31,1911 
Jan. 31,1911 

Sept. 22,1890 

Nov. 13, 1909 

Dec, 19, 1911 



Salary. 



$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

6,000 

Fees. 

4,000 



207 



WYOMING—Continued. 
(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



Assistant Umted States Attorney, 



Clerk to United States Attorney. 



Official address. 



Appointed. 



Cheyenne, 



Cheyenne. 



United States Marshal, 

Louis G. Davis 

Office Deputies, 
Paul Bailey (chief ) » 

Leslie E. Snow ' do 

I 
I 

James Downs Evanston 

United States Commissioners, 
John W. Meldrum Yellowstone Park. 



Cheyenne ' Feb. 28,1907 



Cheyenne Apr. 1 

Apr. 6 

I 
Oct. 5 



June 30 



Clemmer C. Belknap Cora June 6 

John Berry ' Newcastle Feb. 24 

David W.Brice Wheatland. Jan. 29 

Geo. E. Brimmer ; Rawlins ....July 8 

John S. Burnett Little Medicine I July 11 

John K. Calkins \ Cody ' Mar. 14 

A. M. Chapman i Upton i Mar. 7 

H. E. Christmas I Kemmerer Apr. 11 

t ; 

John F. Crawford ! Saratoga June 30 

I I 

Walter L. Diver Guernsey Jan. 6 

James L. Fleming Big Piney July 7 

John Foxton Esterbrook , July 11 

Daniel W. Gill Cheyenne 'Nov. 1 

D. E. Goddard Lusk. June30 

t 

John A. Guild Lyman ! Dec. 13 

Wm. H. Gunderson Hulett 



Gilmore Hartigan 

David Harris 

> Competitive position. 



Mar. 21 



Basin 1 Apr. 4 

Lovell 1 Nov.ia 

> And foes. 



1907 
1907 
1908 



1909 
1908 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1911 
1909 
1911 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1909 
1908 
1908 
1910 
1909 



Salary. 



$1,800 

1,200 

3,500 

1,500 

1,200 

300 

n,500 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 



208 



WYOMING— Continued. 

(EIGHTH CIRCUIT.) 



Name and office. 



United States Commissioners — Con. 
C. W. Holden 



C. R. Humphreys . . . 
Wm. H, Kennington. 
Geo. W. Leonard 



Oscar McClellan. .... 
JohnT. McDonald.... 
Robert JrMcNally... 

Allen L. Mason 

Homer Merrill 

Severt A. Nelson 

T. D. O'Flynn....... 

Marshall L. Reynolds. 
Charles F. Robertson. 

C. W. Shepard 

Wm. K. Somers 

J. W. Stuchell 

John H. Symons 

T. Seddon Taliaferro. 

John A . Thompson 

Robert M. Turner 

C. R. Van Vleck 

Don L. Wakeman 

Wm. R. Weeks 

Frank A. Weltv 

Marion P. Wheeler 

Thomas R. Wilson 

Walter R. Wistrand... 

A. C. Wunderlich 

Samuel A. Young 



Official address. 



Fontenelle. 
Etna 



Afton. 



Township 30 north, 
' range 60, Laramie 

County, post office, 

Van Tassell. 
Big Trails 



Torrington 

Meeteetse 

Sheridan 

Rawlins...... 

Powell 

Evanston 

Cokeville 

Worland 

Colony 

Moorcrotft 

Shoshone 

Laramie 

Rock Springs. 
Thermopolis.. 
Ix)8t Cabin... 

Jackson 

Gillette 

Riverton 

Dubois 

Casper 

Alta 

liander 

Germania 

Upton 



Appointed. 



June 30, 1909 
Nov. 11, 1911 
Apr. 1,1911 
Jan. 6, 1911 

Jan. 4, 1911 
Feb. 13, 1911 
Nov. 8,1911 
Nov. 17, 1908 
June 20, 1910 
Apr. 1,1911 
May 8,1909 
Apr. 24, 1911 
Dec. 13, 1908 
Nov. 10, 1908 
'Feb. 24, 1911 
Mar. 15, 1909 
June 30, 1909 
Nov. 14, 1908 
Feb. 9,1910 
Mar. 7,1910 
Dec. 16, 1911 
May 8,1909 
July 18, 1910 
May 25, 1908 
Feb. 26, 1911 
Nov. 30, 1908 
Apr. 1,1911 
Feb. 1,1909 
Feb. 20, 1911 



Salary. 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 

Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
F^es. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees, 



Tildes and places of bolding courts.— District court: At Cheyenne, second Mondays in May and 
November; at Evanston, second Tuesday in July; at Lander, first Monday in October; and one session 
annuaUy at Sheridan and in Yellowstone National Park, at such dates as the court may order. 

The district compiisee the entire State, also Yellowstone National Park. 



I^A^RT III. 



MISCELLANEOUS, 



UNITED STATES PENITENTIARIES. . 

TRUSTEES REFORM SCHOOLS, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



16111—12 14 (209) 



211 



United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth, KaYis. 



Name and office. 




TTordbi. 

R. W. McClaughry 

Deputy Warden, 

William H. Mackey, jr. 

Chaplains, 

Franklin J. LeaVitt 

Bernard S. Kelly 

(Mef Clerk, 

ThoB. C. Taylor 

Parole Officer. 

Fred Zerbet 



Bookkeeper and Record 
Clerk. 

A. J. Renoe 



Stenographer. 

Edward W. Tennal 

Physician, 
A.F.Yohe 



Steward and Store* 
keeper. 

Peter D. Trear 



Superintendent of Farm 
and Transportation, 

William J. Ryan 

Head Cook, 

Thomas N. Williamson. 

EngiTieer and EUdtrir 
dan, 

Matthew Graham. . 



Assistant Engineer and 
Electrician, 

CM. Snyder.. 



HOOO 



2,000 



1,500 
600 



1,800 



1,500 



1,200 



900 



1,600 



1,200 



900 



1,000 



1,500 



1,200 



Original 
appointment. 



July 1,1899 

Sept. 1,1911 

Feb. 18, 1898 
July 1,1909 

Oct. 19, 1894 

Sept. 1,1895 



Apr. 23, 1909 



Feb. 21, 1911 



Jan. 9, 1906 



July 1,1896 



Nov. 1,1903 



Dec. 1,1908 



May 7,1896 



Sept.14, 1905 



Present 
appointment. 



July 1,1899 

Sept. 1,1911 

Feb. 18, 1898 
July 1,1909 

Jan. 20,1910 

Dec. 3,1910 



Oct. 25, 1909 



May 1,1911 



Jan. 9, 1906 



July 1,1911 



Aug. 1,1906 



July l,19ir 



Apr. 9,1906 



Dec. 29, 1905 



State. 



Illinois. 

Kansas. 

New York. 
Kansas. 

Ohio. 

Wisconsin. 



Illinois. 



Kansas. 



Kansas. 



Kansas. 



Kansas. 



Illinois. 



Kansas. 



Virginia. 



212 



United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. — Continued. 



Name and office. Salary. 



Original 
appointment. 



Present 
appointment. 



Captains of Watch. 

Patrick Collins 

John M. Piurcell 

Hans Anderson 



State. 



Clerks. 

George W. Bright 

Wm. M.Fisher 

Lewis E. Wood 

Benj. F. Tlce 

Teavisters. 

Louis W. Theisinger. 
Emil G. P. Theel. . . 



Guards. 

Joseph Agli 

S. Q. Alexander 

Jeremiah Allen 

W. E. Banta 

Edgar A. Barr 

Frank J. S. Beck 

Walter P. Beltz. 

R. G. Brown , 

D. R. Campbell 

Jasper A. E. Clark. . , 

John H. Clouse 

John H. Dempsey . . . 

S. F. Donald 

James B. Ettridge. . . 

Harry Goldman 

Edward Gordon 

C. C. Harris 

E. F. Henderson 

J. Hoffman 

Elmer Hull 

John E. Hunt , 

Martin Joste 

John Keneiry 

Thomas Kelley 



$1,000 


Sept. 4, 1895 


Sept. 4, 1895 


Kansas. 


1,000 


Sept. 1,1895 


Dec. 1,1909 


Do. 


1,000 


do 


Dec. 5,1910 

1 


Minnesota. 


■900 


Sept. 1, 1896 


Aug. 16, 1907 


Kansas. 


900 


Sept. 22, 1905 


Feb. 1,1908 


Do. 


900 


Nov. 18, 1910 


Nov. 18, 1910 


Do. 


900 


Jan. 3, 1911 


Jan. 3, 1911 


California. 


600 


Dec. 16, 1911 


Dec. 16, 1911 


• 
Kansas. 


600 


Sept. 1,1910 


Sept. 1,1910 


Do. 


p. m. 70 


Sept. 1,1896 


Sept. 1,1895 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


Nov. 1,1903 


Nov. 1,1903 


Do. 


p. m. 70 


Feb. 6,1900 


Feb. 6,1900 


Do. 


p. m. 70 


July 9,1909 


July 9,1909 


Michigan. 


p. m. 70 


Feb. IS, 1903 


Sept. 4, 1903 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


July 6,1909 


Oct. 15,1909 


Pennsylvania 


p. m. 70 


Aug. 5,1908 


Aug. 5,1908 


Missouri. 


p. m. 70 


Oct. 1,1906 


Oct. 1, 1906 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


Aug. 10, 1906 


Aug. 10, 1906 


Do. 


p. m. 70 


Feb. 3,1911 


Feb. 3,1911 


Colorado. 


p. m. 70 


May 6,1903 


Aug. 1,1911 


Indiana. 


p. m. 70 


July 20, 1904 


Sept. 9,1908 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


Dec. 15, 1910 


Dec. 15, 1910 


New York. 


p. m. 70 


Nov. 3,1910 


Nov. 3,1910 


Connecticut. 


p. m. 70 


Jan. 21,1911 


Jan. 21,1911 


Maryland. 


p. m. 70 


June 11, 1911 


June 11, 1911 


New York. 


p. m. 70 


Feb. 21, 1900 


Feb. 21, 1900 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


Sept. 1,1895 


Sept. 1,1895 


Minnesota. 


p. m. 70 


Sept. 1,1895 


Sept. 1,1895 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


Sept. 1,1895 


Sept. 1,1895 


Do 


p. m. 70 


Apr. 1,1908 


Apr. 1,1908 


Ohio. 


p. m. 70 


Dec. 15, 1899 


Dec. 15, 1899 


Texas. 


p. m. 70 


Sept. 1,1895 


Sept. 1,1895 


Kansas. 


p. m. 70 


Aug. 12, 1897 


Aug. 12, 1897 


Do. 



213 



United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. — Continued. 



Name and office. 



Qwxrds — Contd. 

B. N. King 

Thomas Kinnane 

H. Lemmer 

A. H. Leonard 

Clarence B. MacNeil 

A. A. Marshall 

Dale A. Michael 

W. H. Morgan 

Fred L. Morrison 

Dennis McGrath 

Winston Z. McKean. 

Eugene J. Mould 

Henry G. Neiss 

William L. Peak. ... 
George W. Perkins. . . 

W. M. Pickens 

Samuel L. Potts 

Henry Reed 

John E. Reeves. 

Barlow G. Rees 

A. W. Robinson 1 

John E. Roesch 

L. P. Stephenson 

G. S. Stewart 

Ernest George Smith 

Kyle F. Smith 

Henry Suberkrup 

Wm. Suberkrup 

Jerry Sullivan 

PrankB. Thorn 

N. R. Timmons 

N. E. Tryon 

G.W.Waller 

C. A. Waters 

Henry Wehrs , 

Bernard Wheeler 

Stephen B. Wickens. 

Lewis Young 

Silas S.Wise 

Temporary Guards. 

Louis Falk 

Oscar Pasewark 

Geo. W. XJlrich 



Salary. 



Original 
appointment. 



Present 
appointment. 



p. m.|70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p.m. 70 

p.m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 

p.m. 70 
p.m. 70 
p.m. 70 

p.m. 70 
p.m. 70 
p.m. 70 



July 1,1896 

Nov. 1,1911 

May 8,1905 

July 1,1901 

Nov. 1,1911 

Jan. 7, 1903 



July 1,1896 

Nov. 1,1911 

May 8,1906 

July 1,1901 

Nov. 1,1911 

Jan. 7, 1903 



Aug, 8,1910 

July 22, 1908 

Dec. 20, 1911 

July 11, 1908 

Dec. 21, 1910 

Dec. 7,1908 

July 16, 1908 

Mar. 5,1907 

Sept. 1,1895 

Nov. 23, 1909 

Sept. 4,1903 

May 31, 1911 

Mar. 20, 1910 

Nov. 22, 1895 

Dec. 29, 1910 

Apr. 19, 1900 

July 16, 1906 

Sept. 1,1910 

May 5,1902 

June 14, 1910 

June 22, 1908 

July 14, 1897 

Aug. 5,1910 

Oct. 16, 1905 

Sept. 1,1906 

Sept. 1,1895 

Jan. 23,1905 

Sept. 7,1909 

Sept. 1,1895 

Oct. 24,1902 
July 1,1895 
Feb. 21, 1910 

May 8,1911 
Oct. 21,1911 
Jan. 4, 1912 



Aug. 8,1910 

July 22, 1908 

Dec. 20, 1911 

July 11, 1908 

Dec. 21, 1910 

Aug. 1,1909 

July 16, 1908 

Mar. 5,1907 

Sept. 1,1895 

Nov. 23, 1909 

Sept. 4,1903 

May 31, 1911 

Mar. 20, 1910 

Nov. 22, 1896 

Dec. 29, 1910 

June 1,1904 

July 16, 1906 

Sept. 1,1910 

May 5,1902 

June 14, 1910 

Jan. 15,1910 

July 14, 1897 

Aug. 5,1910 

Oct. 16, 1905 

Sept. 1,1906 

Apr. 18, 1904 

Jan. 23,1905 

Sept. 7,1909 

Sept. 1,1895 

Oct. 24, 1902 
July 19, 1909 
Dec. 5,1910 

May 8,1911 
Oct. 21, 1911 
Jan. 4, 1912 



State. 



Kansas. 

Massachusetts. 

Minnesota. 

Kansas. 

Massachusetts. 

Iowa. 

Missouri. 

low;a. 

Kansas. 

Do. 
Iowa. 
Kansas. 
Kentucky. 
Kansas. 

Do. 

Do 
Pennsylvania. 
Kentucky. 
Iowa. 
Kansas. 
New York. 
Kansas. 
Missouri. 
Tennessee. 
Kansas. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Michigan. 
Kansas. 
Maryland. 
Kansas. 

Do. 

Do. 

Maryland. 

New York. 

Kansas. 

Illinois. 

Kansas. 
Do. 
Do. 



214 



United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. — C)ontinued. 



Name and office. 



Foreman of Tin Shop. 

H. H. Bowen 

Foreman of Tailor Shop. 

William F. Raiser 

ForeTnan of Carpenter 
Shop. 

James M. Altizer 

Foreman of Blacksmith 
Shop. 

Nicholas Mayer 

employees at new 
prison site (oon- 
stbuotion). 

Superintendent of Con- 
struction. 

Alva Cole 



Assistant Superintend- 
ent of Construction. 

W. F. Carroll 



F(yre7nan of Steelwork 
Construction. 

Harry J. Macdonald. . . 

Foreman of Brick- 
makers. 



Salary. 



Original 
appointment. 



p.m. $100 



Sept. 1,1895 



p. m. 100 I May 25, 1908 



p. m. 100 



p. m. 100 



3rt000 



2,000 



2,000 



Moses G. McNanghton . . p. m. 100 
Foreman ofBrickHyers. 

BurrH. Nowlin p.m. 100 

Foreman, 



Mar. 1,1907 



Sept. 1,1895 



Nov. 21, 1911 



Feb. 9,1899 



Jacob Biddle 

Brick Burner. 

Lewis Poynter 

Foreman Stone Sawmill. 
Timothy Ford 

Stonecutter Foreman 
(temporary). 

Cornelius H. Pickel 



p. m. 100 



p. m. 75 



p. m. 100 



Feb. 3,1909 



Aug. 12, 1908 



Apr. 9,1898 



Present 
appointment. 



State. 



Sept. 1,1895 



May 25, 1908 



Mar. 1,1907 



Sept. 1,1895 



Nov. 21, 1911 



Feb. 9,1899 



Feb. 3,1909 



Aug. 12, 1908 



Apr. 9,1898 



Pennsylvania. 



Kansas. 



Illinois. 



Kansas. 



Ohio. 



Kansas. 



Pennsylvania. 



Aug. 4, 1907 ; Aug. 4, 1907 



Sept. 15, 1906 Sept. 15, 1906 



p. m. 100 Aug. 28, 1911 , Aug. 28, 1911 



Iowa. 



Tennessee. 



Kansas. 



Kansas. 



Iowa. 



Missouri. 



1 



215 



United Sutes Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. 



Name and office. 


Salary. 


Original 

appointment. 


Present 
appointment. 


State. 


Warden, 








William H. Moyer 


14,000 


July 1, 1903 1 July 1, 1903 


Pennsylvania. 


Deputy Warden, 




1 




WUburC.Hawk 


2,000 


Aug. 29, 1911 Aug. 29, 1911 


Kansas. 


ChapUnne. 
Tullius 0. Tapper 


1,500 
1,200 


Feb. 6, 1902 , Feb. 6, 1902 


Geoigia. 


Chief Clerk, . 




• 




Frank Rofirers 


1,800 


Sept. 1,1901 Sept. 1,1901 


Maryland. 


Parole Officer. 




M. L. Covington 


1,500 


Sept. 26, 1902 • Dec. 1,1910 


Georgia. 


Eeeord Clerk, 








Looney J. Fletcher 


1,200 


Oct. 2,1902 May 1,1908 


Georgia. 


Clerks. 

* 




1 

• 


, 


Charles W. Lucas 

Harvey F. Frick 

Clarence R. Camp 

Paul H. Smith 


900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 


July 9, 1906 July 9, 1906 
Nov. 8, 1910 : Nov. 8, 1910 
Oct. 11,1909 1 Oct. 11,1909 
Apr. 8,1910 Apr. 8,1910 
July 15, 1911 July 15, 1911 
Sept. 17, 1909 June 13, 1911 


Ohio. 

North Carolina. 

Geoigia. 

Ohio 


Ben. F. Bates 


Geoigia. 
New York. 


Jeremiah F. Sullivan... 


Stenographer. 








Frank N.Allen 


900 


July 16, 1904 July. 16, 1904 


Georgia. 


Telephone Operator, 


480 
1,600 




• 




Fhyiician, 

J. Calvin Weaver, M. D. 

Oculist. 


Aug. 10, 1911 


Sept. 1,1911 


Geoigia. 


Dr. J. H. Crawford*... 


p. m. 100 


Aug. 26, 1911 


Dec. 2,1911 


Georgia. 


Steward and Storekeeper, 










John W.Boyle 


1,200 


Oct. 1,1906 


July 1,1911 


California. 


Superintendent of Farm 
and Transportation, 










Henry C. Bedinger 

1 


900 


May 6,1902 


May 6,1902 


Ohio. 



1 Temporary. 



^le 



United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. — Continued. 



Name and office. 



Engineer and Elec- 
trician. 

Samuel E. Bixby 

Assistant Engineers and 
Electricians. 

James A. McGinty 

Elmer V. Griggs 

Captains of Watch. 

John L. Tucker 

Julian A. Schoen 

Geoige B. Rice 

Orchestra and Band 
Leader. 

J. P. Matthieesen 

Guards. 

Herbert J. Abbey . 

John C. Aderhold, jr 

Arthur C. Aderhold. 

Charles M. Arthur. . . 

Moses D. Atkins 

George L. Bray 

Gustavus A. Bruce. . 

John T. Buckner.. 

Glen Carico.... 

Moses B.. Cobb 

Joseph F. Condon. . . 

M. L. Connors 

Franklin Y . Covington 

Robert Crawford 

David Davis 

William S. Davis. . . 

James E. Dean 

Walter B. Dean 

Henry C. Demoss... 

Andrew J. Duncan. . 

Benjamin Dunn 

Harley Durden 

Fred C.Emery 

Benj. E. Evans 



Salaty. 




$1,500 


'" 


1,200 


• 


1,200 




1 
1, 


000 




1,000 




1, 


000 


P- 


m. 


75 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


• 

m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 


P- 


in. 


70 


P- 


in. 


70 


P- 


m. 


70 



Or^gtaal 
appointment. 



Dec. 21, 1901 



Sept. 21, 1907 
Dec. 16, 1911 

Apr. 26, 1902 
Jan, 21,1902 
Oct. 2, 1902 



July 10, 1911 

Dec. 11, 1909 
June 20, 1904 
July 1,1908 
July 24, 1909 
Nov. 11, 1911 
Sept. 23, 1903 
July 1,1909 
Dec. ~, 1911 
July 28, 1909 
Jan. 13,1903 
July 4,1908 
Feb. 23,1910 
July 12,^1909 
Aug. 8,1911 
Nov. 23, 1910 
May 27, 1907 
May 28, 1906 
July 5,1911 
Nov. 28, 1906 
June 15, 1910 
Dec. 14, 1901 
July 1,1909 
June 19, 1908 
Sept. 23, 1907 



Present 
appointment. 



State. 



Jan. 3, 1902 



Geoiigia. 



Sept. 21, 1907 I Georgia. 
Dec. 16, 1911 I Iowa. 

Aug. 22, 1906 Georgia. 
Aug. 1,1909 I Do. 
July 1, 1910 i Do. 

July 10, 1911 

May 29, 1911 

June 20, 1904 

July 1,1908 

July 24, 1909 

Nov. 11, 1911 

Sept. 23, 1903 

July 1,1909 
j Dec— ,1911 
i July 28, 1909 

Jan. 13,1903 

July 4,1908 

Nov. 26, 1910 

July 12fll909 

Aug. 8,1911 

Nov. 23, 1910 

May 27, 1907 

Mar. 24, 1910 

July 5,1911 

Nov. 28, 1906 

June 15, 1910 

July 1,1906 

July 1,1909 

June 19, 1908 

Sept. 20, 1908 



Georgia. 

Virginia. 
Georgia. 

Do. 
Oklahoma, 
niinois. 
South Carolina. 
Tennessee. 
Iowa. 

Pennsylvania. 
Georgia. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
I Georgia. 
Illinois. 
Massachusetts. 
Georgia. 
South Carolina. 

Do. 
Tennessee. 

Do. 
Georgia. 
Texas. 

Do. 
South Carolina. 



^•^ 



217 



UnitedJStates Penitentiary, Atlanta, Oa. — Continued. 



Name and office. 


Salary. 


Original 
appoilLtment. 


Pifeoent 
appomtment. 


State. 


Crtwinfo— Contd. 












ThaddeuB Fajella (qual- 


p. m« 


•70 


Oct. 7,1911 


Oct. 7,1911 


New York. 


ified in Italian). 




a 






James G. Fanning 


p.m. 


70 Aug. 10, 1909 


Aug. 10, 1909 


Georgia. 


Pet Fry 


p.m. 
p.m. 


70 Apr. 8,1904 
70 ' Nov. 6, 1911 


Apr. 8,1904 
Dec. —,1911 


Temuasee. 


Henry D. Green 


South Carolina. 


Oliver Grimes 


p.m. 
p. m. 
p.m.* 


70 ' Feb. 20, 1911 Feb. 20. 1911 


Kentucky. 
Rhode Island. 


Guv Gumev 


70 Jon. 17.1908 


— — . — J 

Jan. 17,1908 


Robert L. Henry 


70 


June 23, 1911 


June 23, 1911 


Georgia. 


Jamee W. Higgins 


p. m. 


70 


Dec. 22, 1910 


Dec. 22, 1910 


Massachusetts. 


William Irvine 


p.m. 


70 


Sept. 5,1911 


Sept. 5,1911 


Florida. 


•John D. Jackson 


p. m. 


70 Nov. 9,1903 


Nov. 9,1903 


Geoigifi. 


Edward Kjorstad 


p. m. 


70 ; Jail. 19, 1905 Jan. 19, 1905 

1 


Wisconsin. 


James M. Knight 


p. m. 


70 Apr. 2, 1908 ! Apr. 2, 1908 


South Carolina. 


Clarence L. Kornegay . . 


p. HL 


70 Aug. 21, 1907 


Aug. 21, 1907 


Massachusetts. 


Garrett R. Lane 


p. m. 


70 . Jan. 15, 1906 


Jan. 15,1906 


Teimessee. 


Thomas C. Launius 


p. m. 


70 Aug. 26, 1907 


Sept. 22, 1909 


Georgia. 


Allen Lewis 


p.m. 


70 ! July 2, 1908 July 2, 1908 


South Carolina. 


Augustus Light 


p. m. 


70 • July 1, 1908 July 1, 1908 


Ohio. 


William N . McChire. . . . 


p. m. 


70 July 9, 1909 July 9, 1909 


Georgia. 


Samuel M.McDiU 


p. Ui. 


70 ; Apr. 6, 1909 ■ Apr. 6, 1909 


South Carolina. 


John S. Madden 


p.m. 


70 1 Apr 19, 1910 i Apr. 19, 1910 


Indiana. 


Joseph F. Maxey 


p. m. 


70 Oct. 4, 1911 j Oct. 4, 1911 


Kentucky. 


Jesse E. Mitchell 


p. m. 


70 , Nov. 3, 1906 \ Nov. 3, 1906 

1 


Texas. 


Howell B. Parker 


p. m. 


70 : Dec. 4, 1908 , July 1, 1909 


Georgia. 


Charles F. Reno 


p. m. 


70 , June 8, 1910 i June 8, 1910 


Indiana. 


Geoige W. Rosson 


p.m. 


70 1 June 11, 1906 


June 11, 1906 


Georgia. 


Cornelius J. Shea 


p. m. 


70 Nov. 18, 1910 


Nov. 18, 1910 


Do. 


EarlMcL. vSmith 


p. m. 


70 July 16, 1911 


July 16, 1911 


Alabama. 


Leonidas Stone. 


p. m. 


70 Apr. 28, 1903 


Apr. 28, 1903 


Georgia. 


Vincent E. Stowe 


p. m. 


70 1 Aug. 2, 1906 


Aug. 2,1906 


Connecticut. 


Harry H. Thoeming 


p. m. 


70 ; Aug. 19, 1909 


Aug. 19, 1909 


Iowa. 


Ivy A. Thomaa 


p.m. 


70 Sept. 4, 1906 


Sept. 4,1906 


Alabama. 


Robert R. Treadway . . . 


p. m. 


70 


Dec. 30, 1909 


Dec. 30, 1909 


Kentucky. 


Charles T.Waddill 


p.m. 


70 


May 25, 1906 


May 25, 1906 


Georgia. 


George N. Watson 


p.m. 


70 


Aug. 5, 1907 Aug. 5, 1907 


Kansas. 


Head Cook. 




1 

t 

1 






LOOO 1 


Georgia. 


Foreman Tailor, 


•*! 


1 , 


Joseph Meier 


1,200 


Sept. 29, 1902 


July 1,1906 


Texas, t 



218 



United btates Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. — Gontinaed. 


Name and office. 


Salary. 


Original 
appointment. 


Present 
appointment. 


State. 


Foreman Shoemaker. 






■ 




Hardy T. Butler 


1900 


Sept 21, 1903 


July 18, 1906 


Georgia. 


Foreman of Laundry, 








^ 


Milton A. Benson 


900 1 Oct. 21, 1905 


Dec. 7,1910 


Iowa. 


Fcfremen Carpenters. 




■ 


W 




Alfred G. Sanders 


1, 100 May 16, 1911 


May 16,1911 


Tennessee. 


Walter E. Mayfield.... 


1, 000 Dec. 23, 1911 


Dec. 23, 1911 


Greorgia. 


TeamBterg, 


1 




Henry Johnson 


600 1 Jiilv 14. 1902 


July 14, 1902 
Oct. 7,1907 


Georgia. 
South Dakota. 


Samuel Mongeon 


600 


Oct. 7,1907 


Tirruheeper, 




1 i 

1 
' 1 


Jamee A. Baugh 


p. m. 110 Apr. 17, 1905 Apr. 17, 1905 Geoigia. 

1 


Superintendent of Con- 


1 
1- • 


struction. 


1 1 

1 


William H. Foster 


2, 700 i Oct. 11, 1905 ' Oct. 11, 1905 j Miflsouri. 


Assistant Superintend- 


1 ' ' 

1 ■ 


ent of Construction. 


1 

i 1 


Ludwig Engelmann 


2, 000 ; May 29, 1909 | May 29, 1909 


Florida. 


Foremen of Construc- 


1 1 




tion. 




1 
1 
1 


George W. Hughes 


1, 200 1 Jan. 31, 1902 


Jan. 31, 1902 ! Oklahoma. 

1 


Ulysses S. Mayson, 


1, 200 Aug. 23, 1911 


Aug. 23, 1911 Mississippi. 


(with knowledge of 




1 


blacksmithingj. 


1 


1 


Charles A.Taylor 


1, 000 ; June 3, 1907 


Dec. 11, 1911 Massachusetts. 


Expert Plumber and 


1 
- 


1 
1 


* Steamfitter. 








John C. Cook 


p. m. 100 


Sept. 11, 1911 


Sept. 11, 1911 


Georgia. 



219 



United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. — Continued. 



Name and office. 



OraniU Foreman, 

Andrew McElioy 

Foreman of SUmesetr 
ting, 

Hugh Crawford 

Foreman oj Bricklayers, 

Harry W. Quinn 

Aseistant Foreman 
(Bricklayer), * 

George L. Tarrant 

Journeyman Bricklayer, 

Frank Bolt 



Salary. 



$2,000 



Original 
appointment. 



Oct. 27, 1902 



p. m. 125 



1,500 



Carpenter. 



p.m. 80 



p.m. 80 



1,000 



Mar. 22, 1905 



Oct. 16,1905 



Aug. 15, 1911 



Present 
appointment. 



Oct. 27, 1902 



State. 



Geoigia. 



Mar. 22, 1905 Georgia. 



Oct. 16, 1905 Geoigia. 



Aug. 15, 1911 i Georgia. 



Dec. 12, 1906 I Dec. 12, 1906 Georgia. 



United States Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash. (Post Office, Bee, Pierce 

County, Wash.) 



Warden, 

Owen P. Halligan ^ 

Deputy Warden, 

Wm.F. Muehe 

Physician, 

Vivian Slaughter* 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Joseph Bowron. . . 

Superintendent Marine 
Division. 

Neil Henley 



$2,000 



1,200 



1,200 



« 



1,200 



July 1,1909 



Aug. 2,1911 



July 10, 1911 



Nov. 1,1910 



Apr. 1, 1902 



July 1,1909 



Dec. — , 1911 



Washington. 



Washington. 



July 10, 1911 I Washington. 



Nov. 1,1910 



1 Temporary. 
> Appointed t 



special disbursing agent Feb. 9, 1911. 



July 31, 1911 , Washington. 
* 15 for each Sunday service. 



220 



United States Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash. — Ooiitinued. 



Name and office. 



Guards. 

Wm. P. Graham . . . 

D.E. Hamilton 

Andrew Roedel 

Orlando C. Scott. . 
E.G.Sherman. . .. 
Leon H. Pratt 



Temporary guards. 

Chae. W. Brooke 

Albert F. Brown 

Wm. M. Ohriatilaw. . 
Arcade 0. Cardinal . . 

Wm. C. Hildinger 

Theodore House * . . . 
Ohas. F. Peterson 

Steward and cook.. 



Salary. 



p. m.$70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 

p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p.m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 
p. m. 70 

1,000 



Or^^ial 
appointment. 


Present 
appointment. 


State. 


Feb. 1,1911 


Feb. 1,1911 


Washington. 


July 1,1909 


July 1,1909 


Do. 


July 9,1906 


July 1,1909 


Do. 


Aug. 2,1906 


July 1,1909 


Do. 


Sept. 2,1907 


July 1,1909 


Do. 


Aug. 1,1911 


Dec. 13, 1911 


Do. 


Sept. 1,1911 


Sept. 1,1911 


Washington. 


Dec. 21, 1911 


Dec. 21, 1911 


Do. 


Nov 17, 1911 


Nov. 17, 1911 


Do. 


Jan. 1, 1912 


Jan. 1, 1912 


Do. 


Nov. 14, 1910 


July 1,1911 


Do. 


Aug. 16, 1911 


Aug. 16, 1911 


Do. 


Aug. 28, 1911 


Aug. 28, 1911 


Do. 









1 Qualified as marine gasoline engineer. 
Trustees National Training School for Boys. 
[Term, three years.] 



Name. 



Original 
appointment. 



William M. Shuster (president of board) ' May 7, 1896 

Henry F.Blount (vice president) j May 22,1899 

Samuel W. Curriden (secretary and treasurer) | Jan. 31, 1899 

B. H. Warner ' May 31, 1904 



Mai. 1,1906 
July 12, 1906 



Francis H. Duehay 

Charles A. Wells 

Charles H. Robb ,' Mar. 9,1908 

Cuno H. Rudolph (Commissioner of the District of 

Columbia ex officio) i 

Hon. William P. Dillingham (consulting trustee on the 

part of the United States Senate) I 

Hon. John A. Sterling (consulting trustee on the part I 

of the House of Representatives) 



Present 
appointment. 



May 

July 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Mar. 



3, 1911 
14, 1911 
16, 1911 

1. 1910 
22, 1909 
22, 1909 

9. 1911 



221 



Trustees Reform School for Girls of the District of Columbia. 



[Tenn, three years.] 



Name. 



J. Nota McGili (president of board) 

Chapin Brown 

J. Wesley Bovee 

Maude K. Wetmore 

Ellen Warder Thoron • 

Robert 0. Wilkins 

Chandler Hale. 

Harriet Blaine Beale (Mrs.) 

Clarence R. Wilson 



Original 
appointment. 


Present 
appointment. 


Mar. 31, 1906 


Mar. 31,1909 


Aug. 10, 1893 


Sept. 7, 1910 


Mar. 31, 1903 


Mar. 31,1909 


Mar. 31, 1903 


Mar. 31,1909 


May 1,1903 


Jan. 31, 1910 


Feb. 25, 1904 


Sept. 7, 1910 


Mar. 31, 1906 


Mar. 31,1909 


Dec. 26, 1907 


Jan. 16, 1911 


Jan. 26,1909 


Jan. 26,1909 



■1 



P^RT IV. 



APPENDIX. 



ATTORNEYS GENERAL. 

SOLICITORS GENERAL. 

ASSISTANTS TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS GENERAL. 

CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE UNITED STATES. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF 

THE UNITED STATES. 
CLERKS, SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
CHIEF JUSTICES AND ASSOCIATE JUDGES OF THE 

COURT OF CLAIMS. 
PRESIDING JUDGE AIjrD ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF 

THE COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS. 
PRESIDING JUDGE AND ASSOCIATE JUDGES OF THE 

COMMERCE COURT. 



(223) 



APPENDIX, 



List of the Principal Officers of the Department of Justice irotn 
the Dates of the Creation of their Respective Offices to i^ni. 



Attorneys General. (See Note, p. 226.) 
[Created by the act of Sept. 24, 1789.] 



Name, 



Edmund Randolph. 
William Bradford . . 
Charles Lee 



Levi Lincoln 

John Breckinridge. 
Caesar A. Rodney. . 



William Pinkney. 
Richard Rush . 
William Wirt 



John M. Berrien 

Roger B. Taney 

Benjamin F. Butler. 



Felix Grundy * . . . 
Henry D. Gilpin. . . 
John J. Crittenden. 

HughS.Legare — 

John Nelson 

John Y.Mason 

Nathan Clifford 

Isaac Toucey 

Re verdy Johnson . . 
John J. Crittenden . 

Caleb Cushing 

Jeremiah S. Black.. 
Edwin M. Stanton . 

Edward Bates 

James Speed 



Henry Stanbery 

WilliamM.Evarts... 

Ebenezer R. Hoar 

Amos T. Akerman. . . 
George H. Williams ^. 
Edwards Pierrepont ^ 



Appointed. 



Sept 26, 1789 
Jan. 27,1784 
Dec. 10, 1795 



Mar. 5,1801 
Aug. 7,1805 
Jan. 20,1807 

Dec. 11, 1811 
Feb. 10, 1814 
Nov. 13, 1817 



Mar. 9,1829 
July 20, 1831 
Nov. 15, 1833 

July 5,1838 
Jan. 11,1840 
Mar. 5,1841 



Sept. 

July. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

June 

Mar. 

July 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

July 
July 
Mar. 
June 
Dec. 
Apr. 



13, 1841 
1,1843 
6, 1845 

17, 1846 

21, 1848 
8, 1849 

22, 1850 
7, 1853 
6, 1857 

20, 1860 
5, 1861 
2, 1864 

23, 1866 

15, 1868 

5, 1869 

23. 1870 

14. 1871 
26, 1875 



Retired. 



Jan. 2,1794 
Aug. 23, 1795 
Feb. 18, 1801 



Mar. 3,1805 
Dec. 14, 1806 
Dec. 11, 1811 

Feb. 10, 1814 
Nov. 13, 1817 
Mar. 3,1829 



July 20, 1831 
Sept 24, 1833 
Sept 1,1838 

Dec. 1,1839 
Mar. 4,1841 
Sept 13, 1841 



Whence 
appointed. 



June 

Mar. 

Sept 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Sept 

July 

Mar. 

Mar. 

June 

Jan. 

May 

May 



20,1843 
3,1845 
9, 1846 

17, 1848 
3,1849 

20, 1850 
3, 1853 
3, 1857 

17, 1860 
3, 1861 

— 1864 

17, 1866 

12, 1868 

3,1869 

23, 1870 

10, 1872 

15. 1875 

22. 1876 



Virginia 

Pennsylvania. 
Virginia 



Massachusetts. 

Kentucky 

Delaware 



Maryland 

Pennsylvania 
Virginia 



Georgia 

Marjoand 

New York 



Tennessee 

Pennsylvania . 
Kentucky 



South Carolina 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Maine 

Coimecticut...^ 

Maryland .' 

Kentucky 

Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania . 

Ohio 

Missoiui 

Kentucky 



Ohio... 

New York 

Massachusetts 
Georgia...... 

Oregon 

New York 



President. 



1 Appointed Jnly 5, 1838, to take effect Sept. 1, 1838. . 

> Williams appointed Dec. 14, 1871, to take effect Jan. 10, 1872. 

s Pierrepont appointed Apr. !%, 1875, to take effect May 15, 1875. 



Washington. 
Washin^n. 
W a s h 1 ngton 

and J(o h n 

Adams. 
Jefferaon. 
Jefferson. 
Jefferson and 

Madison. 
Madison. 
Madison. 
Monroe and 

John Q. 

Adams. 
Jackson. 
Jackson. 
Jackson a p d 

Van Buren. 
Van Buren. 
Van Buren. 
Harrison and 

Tyler. 
Tyler. 
Tyler. 
Polk. 
Polk. 
Polk. 
Taylor. 
Fillmore. 
Pierce. 
Buchanan. 
Buchanah. 
Lincoln. 
Lincoln and 

Johnson. 
Johnson. 
Johnson. 
Grant. 
Grant. 
Grant. 
Grant. 



16111—12- 



-15 



(225) 



226 



Attorneys General — Continued. 



Name. 



Alphonso Taft 

Gnarles Devens 

Wayne MacVeagh ^ . . 
mmi. H..Bt8Vdtet^ . . 
Aiunstus-Q. GMlimdx 
William H. H. Mffler 

Richard Olney 

Judson Harmon 

'Joseph McKenna 

John W. Griggs 

Philander C. Knox. . 

William H. Moody. . . 
Gharles J. Bonaparte. 
Geofgte W. Wicker- 
shsun. 



Appointed. 



Retired. 



May 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mfur. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

June 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Apr. 



22. 1876 

12. 1877 
5, 1881 

ld,lSSl 
6,1885 
5, 1889 
6, 1893 
8, 1895 
5, 1897 

25,1898 
5,1901 



July 1,1904 
I>«o. 17, 1906 
Mar. 5,1909 



Whence 
appointed. 



President. 



Mar. 

Miar. 

Oct. 

H^. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

June 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

June 



11, 1877 

6,TB81 

24, 1881 

5,1885 

5,1889 

6, 1893 

7, 1895 

5, 1897 

25, 1898 

^,1901 

30,1904 



Dec. 17, 1906 
Mar. 4,1909 



Ohio 

Massachusetts 
Pennsylvania 

da 

Arlomsas 

Indiana 

Massachusetts 

Ohio 

California 

WewJeiftey... 
Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 
Maryland . . . . 
New York. . . 



• 

Grant. 

Hayes. 

Garfield. 

Aj«hiir. 

Cleveland. 

Harrison. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

McKinley. 

McKinley. 

McKinley and 

Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt 
Tuft. 



1 MiacVeagli resigned Stot 22, 1881, but served to Oct. 34, I8S1. 
• BheiWdter <3fd not tftkel^tie oatii of offleff until Jan. 2, 1882. 

V9f[%.-^lik» names of Theophilus Parsons, Robert Smith, Joseph Holt, and Orvllle H. Browning are 
omitted Sm tiie following reasons: 

ThecrtJMIttd'1'arsons, of Massachusetts, was nominated on Feb. 18, 1801, as Attorney General in place of 
Gharles X^MkMid waa'MBi/tta^sA hf me Senivte, Ibut no oommjAsion waa inued, as he decfllned tb aeeept 
the offiee. JBUs-slame is sftmfttimea ^ttoneoqriy included in the lists of Attccneys Qeoecal. 

Robert Smithy of Maryland, who had been Seeretary of the Navy Sot Tour vears, was a lotryer and was 
ttttxioud to be Attorney Oeuersl. Jefferson i^eed to appoint him providea a suitable Swretary oif the 
Navy ^oUId be secured. Accordingly, on Mar. 2, 1805, he nominated Robert Smith as Attorney General, 
and Jacol»X>ivwtiinshield^ of MdssaolDlsettB, as Seeretarv of the Navy. Both nominations were confirmed, 
and commiaaBons were issued on Mar. 3, but Crowninsnield declined to accept the ofQce tendered to him. 
Robert Smith cnntintied to a#t as Secretairy of the Navy, and nev6ir toolf the oath of otfBee er perfonned 
«D^ Aitito'iM Attorney Genetfal^ and, as a matter of ftot, never held the office, thoueh usutill^ included 
Id listo of the Attorneys General. Complete croof that John Breckinridge succeeded Levi Lincoln and 
that Robert Smith was never Attorney Geneifil is found in the following extracts from the United States 
Reporter (3 C^tmch, III): "On the 12th day of Feb., 1806. the honorable John Breckinridge was sworn 
in as Att«Me7 Oeneral of the UtUtod States in the plaee of the honcirabte Levi LincotS/ reined." 

Joseph Hon: On Dec. 1, 1804, the President appointed Joseph Holt, of Kentucky, Attorney General. 
Mr. Holt absolutely declined ta accept the office, and on Dec. 2 James Speed, of Kentue):y, was appointed 
Attosmey General. 

OntfR H. Browning: On Mar. 12, 1868, Attorney General Stanbery resigned in order to serve as one of 
the cmmmA of ^hesident Jahnaon in the inqieaehment proceedings before the Senata Jt was the Presi- 
dent's intention to reanpoint him alter the trial, so, instead at aj^intlng a successor %t> Mr. Stanbery, 
he s^otQted Orville Ii. Browning, Seeretary of the Interior, Attorney General ^ intertrH, and direeted 
Mm to pcvftttti the duties 4^ that offlte in adaitk>& to hisown as Seoretary of the Interior 

Solicitors General. 

[Created by the act of June 22, 1870.] 



N«me. 



Benjamin H. Bristotr. . 

Samncl P. PMllips 

John Goode 

George A. Jwifcs 

OlOw W. Chapman.... 

William H. Taft 

Gharles H.Aldrich 

Lawrence MaxwBlI, jr. . 

Holmes Conrad 

Jcim K. Richards 

Henry M. Hoyt * 

Lloyd Wheattm Bowers 
Frederick W. Lehmann 



Appointed. 



Oct. 11 
Nov. 15 
May 1 
Jnly 30 
May 29 
Feb. 4 
Mar. 21 
Apr. 6 
Feb. 6 
July 1 
Feb. 25 
Apr. 1 
Dec. 12 



1870 
1872 
1885 
1886 
1889 
1890 
1892 
1893 
1895 
1897 
1903 
1909 
1910 



Retired. 



Nov. 

May 

Aug. 

May 

Jan. 

Mar. 

May 

Jan. 

July 

Mar. 

Mar. 



15, 1872 

3. 1885 

5. 1886 
29,1889 
19, 1890 

20. 1892 

28. 1893 
30, 1895 

8,1897 
16,1903 
31,1909 

9, 1910 



Whence 
appointed. 



Kentucky 

Nerth Carolina 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania. 

New York 

Ohio 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Vffginia 

Oliio 

Pennsylvania . 

Illinois 

Mifiaoiiri ...... 



P)*efiident. 



Grant. 

Grant. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Havrison. 

Harrison. 

fiarriscm. 

Clev^and. 

Cleveland. 

McKinley. 

Roosevelt. 

Taft. 

Taft. 



1 Mr. Hoyt took the oath of office and entered on duty Mar. 16, 1903. 



227 

As siAtants to tfai^ J^omty Geheral. 



[Created by the act of Feb. 25, 1908.] 



Name. 


Appointed. 


Retired. 


Whence 
appointed. 


President. 


William A. Day 

Milton D. Purdy ". 

Wade H.Ellis ;. 


Mar. 17, 1903 
July ^8, 1905 
Kov. 6,1908 
Apr. 13, 1910 
May 15, 1911 


July 27, 1906 
July 6,1908 
Mar. I,l9l0 
Apr. 23, 1911 


Dist. Columbia 

Minnesota 

Ohio 


Kooserv^t . 
Roosevi!^. 
RoQsev€^t. 


William S . Keny on 

James A. Fowler 


Iowa 


Taft. 


Tennessee 


Taft. 









AssistaAt Attorneys General. 

C reated by the act of Mar. 3, 1859, and by subsequent acts, there being eight Assistant Attcwneys 

General in 1904.J 



Name. 



Alfred B. McCalmont.. 

Titian J. Coffey 

J. Hubley Ashton . . . . 
John M. Binckley . . . . 
J. Hubley Ashton . . . . 

T. Lyle Dickey 

Walbridge A. Field . . . 
Thomas H. Talbot.... 
Clement Hugh Hill . . . 
Walter H. Smith . . . . . 

William McMichael 

John Gof orth 

Thomas A. Spence *. . . 

Thomas Simons 

Edwin B. Smith 

Augustine S. Gaylord . 

Edgar M. Marble 

A. A. Freeman * 

Joseph K. McCammon 

William A. Maury 

Robert A. Howard 

Zach. Montgomery . . . 
Edwin E. Bryant ^ . . . 

John B. Cotton 

George H. Shields 

James N. Tyner * 

A. X. Parker 

Leonard W. Colby 

Edward B. Whitney... 

Holmes Conrad 

Charles B. Howry 

Joshua E. Dodge 

John I.Hall 

John L. Thomas * 

J. M. Dickinson 

^William A. Little 

Isaac H, Lionberger . . 
Willis Van Devanter. . . 
James Edmund Boyd . 



Period of 
service. 



1859-1861 
1861-1864 
1864-1867 
1867-1868 
1868-1869 
1868-1869 
1869-1871 
1869-1870 
1870-1875 
1871-1875 
1871-1873 
1873-1875 
1878-1877 
1875-1885 
1875-1881 
1875-1877 
1877-1880 
1877-1885 
1880-1885 
1882-1893 
1885-1889 
1885-1889 
1885-1889 
1889-1893 
1889-1893 
1889-1893 
1890-1893 
1891-1893 
1893-1897 
1893-1895 
1893-1897 
.1893-1897 
1893-1896 
1893-1897 
1895-1897 
1896-1896 
1896-1897 
1897-1903 
1897-1900 



Whence appointed, i President. 



Pennsylvania... 
do 

do r 

Dist. Columbia 
Pennsylvania.. 

Illinois 

Massachusetts.. 

Maine 

Massachusetts.. 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania.. 
....do. 



New York 

Maine 

Michigan 

do 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania.. 

Virginia 

Arkansas 

California 

Vermont 

Maine 

Missouri 

Indiana 

New York 

Nebraska 

New York .... 

Virginia 

Miesisaippi 

Wisconsin. . .. 

Georgia 

Missouri .*. 

Tennessee 

Georgia 

Missouri 

Wyoming 

North Carolina 



Buchanan. 

Lincoln. 

Lincoln. 

Johnson. 

Johnson. 

Johnson. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Hayes. 

Hayes. 

Hayes. 

Artinur. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 
Cleveland . 
Cleveland. 
Cleveland. 
Cleveland. 
Cleveland. 
Cleveland. 
McKinley. 
McKinley.' 



1 Appointed by the Postmaster OeneraU 



228 



Assistant Attorneys General — Continued. 



Name. 



Henry M. Hoyt 

John G. Thompson . . . 

Louis A.- Pradt 

James N. Tyner * 

James M. Beck 

William E. Fuller 

Frank L. Campbell... 

Milton D. Purdy 

Charles H. Robb »•..... 
James C. Mc Reynolds 

Charles H. Robb 

Russell P. Goodwin ^ . 

Charles W. Russell 

Josiah A. Van Orsdel . 

Alford W. Cooley 

Edward T. Sanford . . . 
George W. Woodruff . . 
John Q. Thompson . . , 
William^ W. Brown. . . . 

James A. Fowler 

Oscar Lawler 

William R. Harr 

Winfred T. Denison. . . 

D. Frank Lloyd 2 

William H. Lewis . . . . 

Ernest Knaebel 

Charles W. Cobb 

William L. Wemple ^ . 



Period of 
service. 



1897-1903 

1897- 

1897-1906 

1897-1903 

1900-1903 

1901-1907 

1903-1907 

1903-1905 

1903-1904 

1903-1907 

1904-1906 

1904- 

1905-1910 

1906-1907 

1906-1908 

1907-1908 

1907-1909 

1907- 

1907-1910 

1908-1911 

1909-1911 

1909- 

1910- 

1910-1911 

1911- 

1911- 

1911- 

1911- 



Whence appointed. 



Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

Ohio 

Minnesota 

Vermont 

Tennessee... 

Vermont 

'Illinois 

West Virginia 

Wyoming 

New York 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania 

Kansas 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

California 

Dist. Columbia . . 

New York 

.....do 

Massachusetts 

Colorado 

California . 

New York-... . . . 



President. 



McKinley. 
McKinley. 
McKinley. 
McKinley. 
McKinley. 
McKinley. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
Roosevelt. 
. Roosevelt. 
Taft. 
Taft. 
Taft. 
Taft. 
Taft. 
Taft. 
Taft. 
Taft. 



I Appointed by the Postmaster General. ' In customs litigation. 

Chief Justices of the United States from 1789 to 19x0. 



Name. 



John Jay 

John Rutledge 

Oliver Ellsworth 

John Marshall 

Roger Brooke Taney 

Salmon Portland Chase . 

Morrison R. Waite 

Melville W. Fuller 

Edward Douglass White 



Term of 
service. 



1789- 
1795 
1796 
1801 
1836 
1864- 
1874 
1888- 
1910 



-1795 
-1796 
-1799 
-1835 
-1864 
-1873 
-1888 
-1910 



Whence appointed. ' President. 



New York Washington. 

South Carolina Washington. 

Connecticut W^ashington. 

Virginia John Adams. 

Maryland Jackson, 

Ohio Lincoln . 

do Grant. 

Illinois i Cleveland. 

Louisiana Taft. 



Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1789 to 19x0. 



John Rutledge , 1789-1791 

William Cushing 1789-1810 

James Wilson i 1789-1798 

John Blair 1789-1796 

Robert H. Harrison 1789-1790 

James Iredell 1790-1799 



South Carolina 1 Washington. 

Massachusetts ! Washington. 

Pennsylvania | Washington . 

Virginia Washington. 

Maryland W^ashington. 

North Carolina > Washington. 



229 

Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1789 to 1910- 

Continued. 



Name. 



Thomas Johnson 

William Patterson ^ 

Samuel Chase 

Bushrod Washington 

Alfred Moore 

William Johnson 

Brockholst Livingston . . 

Thomas Todd 

Gabriel Duval 

Joseph Story 

Smith Thompson 

Robert Trimble 

John McLean 

Henry Baldwin 

James M. Wayne 

Philip P. Barbour 

John Catron 

John McKinley ., 

Peter V, Daniel 

Samuel Nelson. ." 

Levi Woodbury 

Robert C. Grier 

Benjamin R. Curtis 

John A. Campbell. ..... 

Nathan Clifford 

Noah H. Swayne 

Samuel F. Miller 

David Davis 

Stephen J. Field 

Edwin M. Stanton 

Williatn Strong 

Joseph P. Bradley 

Ward Hunt 

John M. H8u*lan •. . . 

William B. Woods 

Stanley Matthews 

Horace Gray 

Samuel Blatchford 

L. Q. C. Lamar 

David J. Bi-ewer. , 

Henry B. Brown 

George Shiras, jr 

Howell E. JaclsBon 

Edward D. White -. 

Rufus W. Peckham. . . . . . 

Joseph McEenna 

Oliver Wendell Holmes. . 

William R. Day 

William H. Moody 

Horace H. Lurton 

Charles E. Hu^es. ..... 

Willis Van DevMter..,.. 
Joseph Rucker Lamar. . . . 



Term of 
service. 



Whence appointed. 



1791-1793 

1793-1806 

1796-1811 

1798-1829 

1799-1804 

1804-1834 

1806-1823 

1807-1826 

1811-1836 

1811-1845 

1823-1843 

1826-1828 

1829-1861 

1830-1846 

1835-1867 

1836-1841 

1837-1865 

1837-1852 

1841-1860 

1845-^1872 

1845-1851 

1846-1870 

1851-1857 

1853-1861 

1858-1881 

1862-1881 

1862-1890 

1862-18^77 

186^-1897 

1869-1869 

1870-1880 

1870-1892 

1873-1882 

1877-1911 

1880-1887 

1881-1889 

1881-1902 

1882-1893 

1888-1893 

1889-1910 

1890-1906 

1892-1903 

1893-1895 

1894-1910 

1895-1910 

1898- 

1902- 

1903- 

1906-1910 

1910- 

1910- 

1910^ 

1910- 



Maryland 

New Jersey 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

New York 

Kentuckv 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

New York 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Georpa. 

Virgmia 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Virginia 

New York 

New Hampshire.... 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

Alabama 

Maine 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Illinois 

California 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

New Jersey 

NewYofk 

Kentucky 

Georgia 

Ohio 

Massachusetts. . 

New York 

Mississippi 

Kansas 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

Louisiana 

New York 

California.- •. . 

Massachusetts 

Ohio 

Massachusetts 

Tennessee 

New York. ,^.. ,., 
Wyoming.......... 

Georgia. 



President. 



Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

John Aaam^. 

John Adama. 

JeffeiBon. 

Jefferson. 

JeffeiBon. 

Madison. 

Madison. 

Monroe. 

J. Q. Adams. 

Jackson. 

Jackson. 

Jackson. 

Jackson. 

Van Buren. 

Van Buren. 

Van Buren. 

Tyler. 

Polk. 

Polk. 

Fillmore. 

Pierce. 

Buchanan. 

Lincoln. 

Lincoln. 

Lincoln. 

Lincoln. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Hayes. 

Hayes. 

Garfield. 

Arthur. 

Arthur. 

Cleveland; 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

McKinley, 

Roosevelt. 

Roosevelt, 

Roosevelt. 

Taft. 

Taft. 

Taft. 

Taft. 



280 



Ueiiw.of U»e 



Qoyrt of ;^« UQ>tf d $t«M Crum 1790 to 1919. 



Nanle. 



Term of 
fervice. 



John Tucker 1790-1791 

Sanm^&imrd mi-XSOO 

BliJW S. Cm4w911 1W>-1826 

WilUiwien^ 1326-X827 

WilluwftT. Qamn W27-1863 

Daniel W. MmdJeton ; W^3-1880 

James H. McKanney liWO- 



Whence appointed, 



Massachufietts. 
Pelfrw^ff^. 

Nev Jw»y. 

Po. 
Distii^^ oi ColiunbifL. 

Do. 

Do. 



Gliief Jfasticct aad Judges of the Court of Claims from 1S55 to tgzo. 



Name. 



Chifif Jiistices, 



Joseph Cas«y * 

Charles D. titfke 

William A. Eicnardson. 

Charles C. Nott 

Stanton J. Peelle 



Judges. 

John J. Gilchirial * 

Isaac Blackford 

George P. Scarbutgh 

Edward G. Lpring 

James Hughop 

Joseph Casey * 

David Wilmot 

Ebenezer Peck 

Charles C. NoU? 

Samuel Mill^an 

William A. £chardson ^ 

J. C. Bancroft Davis ! 

WiUiamH. Hunt 

Glenni W. Scofield 

Lawrence Weldon 

John Pavis 

Stanton J. Pe^e ^ 

Charles B. Howry 

Francis ll. Wrirfit 

Fenton W. BojOtti 

Geo. W. Atkinson 

Samuel S. Barney 



Term of 
service. 



18«a-1870 
1870-1885 
I685<1896 
1890-1906 
1906- 



1855-1858 
1855-1869 
1855-1861 
1858-1877 
1860-1865 
1861-1863 
1863-1868 
1863-1878 
1865-1896 
1868-1874 
1874-1885 
/1877-1881 
\JB82-1883 
1878-^1881 
1881-1892 
1883-1905 
1885-1902 
1892-1906 
1897- 
1003-1905 
1905- 
1905- 
1906- 



Whence appointed. 



Pennsylvania. 

Missouri 

Massachusetts. 

New York 

Indiana 



New Hampshire 

Indiana 

Virginia 

Massachusetts... 

Indiana 

Fennsylvanifi... 

do 
Illinois 
New York 
Tennc^e 
Massachusetts 
New York 

do 

Louisiana 

^Pennsylvania 
Illinois 

Dist. of Columbia... 

Indiana 

Mississippi... 

Illinpis 

do 

^eet Virginia 
Wisconsin 



President. 



Li]kC0l». 

Garni- 

Aisthur. 

Cl0voland. 

Koosevislt. 



PieiQie. 

Pierce. 

Pi«rc». 

Bunlinw<K 

Buchamm. 

Linooto. 

I4ncpl#. 

Lincoln. 
Johnson. 



ur. 



Hayee. 

Gacfidld. 

An^ffr. 

Arthipr. 

Hwri^qm. 

Clffv^ild. 

i^oi^fuvreU. 

Rqos^qU. 




1 Before the aot (tf Ifiar. 3, 1868 (12 Stat. L.. p. 92), thefse vas no Cbfef Jiutioe. Ifhett th« ootlrt WAf 
first organized, tk ms, ludffB QUchxl$t «BS dnisen by his dtMates as presldiitirJdM. AW ^iitlMIt, 
in 1858, the senior iudse present presided until 1803, when the law proviaed for a Chief Justice. 

2 Promoted to GhierJuetlee. 



231 



Presiding Judge and Associate Justices of the Court ot Customs Appeals. 
[Court established under Acts approved Aug. 5, 1909, and Feb. 25, 1010.] 



Name. 


Term of 
service. 

1910- 

1910-1911 

1910- 

1910- 

1910- 

1911- 


Whence appointed. 


President. 


Presidmg Judge, 
Robert M. Monteomerv 


MichifZAn 


Taft. 


AModaJU Judges. 
William H. Hunt 


Montana 


Tkft. 


JamAR F, ? mith _ 


Oalifomia 


Taft. 


Orion M. Barber. 


Vermont . . : 


Taft. 


Marion De Vries 


California 


Taft. 


Georcre E. Martin 


Ohio 


Taft. 









Presiding Judge and Associate Judges of the Commerce Court. 

[Actof June 18, 1910.] 



Name. 


Term of 
service. 


Whence appointed. 
New York 


President. 


^ Presiding Judge. 

Martin A. Knapp 


1910- 

1911- 
1911- 
1911- 
1911- 


Taft. 


AssodaU Judges. 
Robert W. Archbald 


PennHylvania. 

Montana 


Taft. 


William H. Hunt 


Taft. 


John Emmett Garland 


South Dakota 

Illinois 


Taft 


Julian W . Mack 


Taft. 









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INDEX. 



A. 



Past. 

176 



Aasegard. Anton 

Abbey, Elmer C 66 

Abbey, Herbert J 216 

Abemathy, J. R 182 

Abbott, Howard S HI 

Aoord, 183 

Adams, Elmer B 37, 

38, 42, 68, 60. 66, 02, 94, 06, 111, 116, 
117, 126, 131, 151, 168, 161, 176, 180, 206 



Adams, G. A 

Adams, J. L 

Adams, J. Q 

Adams, J. Duncan 
Adams, Paul G ... 
Addleman, O. G.. 
AdJdns, Jesse C 



60 
174 
183 
173 
168 
88 
16 



Aderhoid, Arthur C 216 

Aderhold , John C. , jr 216 

Adler, Abram 141 

Adier, Jos. L 167 

Agee, J. W 170 

Agli, Joseph 212 

Amswortn, A. S 120 

Alu , Thomas 80 

Akerman, Alexander 77 

Akerman, Amos T ' 225 

Akers, E. E 133 

Akers, W. Q 60 

Albaugh, Morton 05 

Albert, Frankjr 100 

Album, Gary K 165 

Alcott, Thomas J 130 

Aldrich , Charles H v 226 

Aldrich, Edgar 35,120 

Aldrich , Lawson B 101 , 103 

iUezander, Carrie S 86 

Alexander, Charles P 162 

Alexander, G. G 174 

Alexander, J. H 140 

Alexander,S. Q 212 

Alexander, Thomas 130, 142 

Allen, CharlesEmest 71 

AUen, FrankN 215 

Allen, FredE 120 

Allen, George Q. 86 

Allen, George R 120 

AUen, J. C 90 

Allen, J. W 164 

Allen, Jeremiah 212 

Allen, Noah 185 

Allen, Peter 190 

AUen, W.J ISO 

AUen,W.S 50 

AUen, WiUiamP 143 

AUison, Charles J 44 

AUison, Wm. M 162 

Altizer, James M 214 

Alvarez, Casimiro 185 

Ambler, Byron S 171 

Ames, L. K 128 

Amidon, CharlesF 38,151 

Anders, J. L 54 

Anderson, A. M 54 

Anderson, Adam 120 

Anderson, Albert B 37, 01 

- 120 

57 

151 

10 

190 

176 

190 

188 

140 



Anderson, Andrew T. 
Anderson, Bemhard. 
Anderson, G. Harold . 
Anderson, George M.. 
Anderson, H. VT R . . , 

Anderson, J. A 

Anderson, James H . . 
Anderson, Lawrence. 
Anderson, Maud 



Anderson, Thomas H, 
Anderson, Thomas J. 

Anderson, Victor 

Andrews, C.J 

Andrews, R. M. 



60 

106 

60 

200 

Ul 

AngeU, Alexis C 86,106 

Anger, W.F 62 

Antonsanti, Frank 172 

Appleby. Wm.H 206 

Arehbald, Harry RatliYon 64 

Archbald, Robert W 84, 

36, 41, 68, 130, 166, 167, 160, 231 

Archibald, WlUiam M 76 

Armbrecht, WffliamH 47 

Armistead, H. B 61 

Armstrong, Karl 62 

Americh,Paul J 62 

Arnold, A. L 118 

120 

118 

130 

71 

216 

10 

156 

10 

71 

227 

133 

216 

116 



Arnold, Frank 

Arnold, Harry L 

Arnold, Hairy N 

Aron, James P 

Arthur, Charles M 

Ashbaugh, Samuel S 

Ashbrook, Simeon 

Ashford, Philip M 

Ashley , Mabel E 

Ashton, J. Hubley 

Atencio, Ramon 

Atkins, Moses D ^ 

Atkins, Wm.E * 

Atkinson, Geo. W 32,230 

Atkinson, J. B 

Atwell, Wm. H 

Aukam, George C 

Austin, Lincoln 

Austin, Warren R 

Austinson, T. G 

Axtell, Dudley 

Ayer, Charles M 

Ayljvorth, Jeannette A. 



173 

183 

70 

164 

101 

161 

120 

33 

86 



116 
lOO 
130 
174 

65 
120 
101 
207 
103 
144 

23 



Babbitt, Byron F 

Backus, Ella M 

Bacon, Walter H 

Bacot, Peter B 

Bailey, Dewey C 

Bailey, F. C * 

Bailey, Horace W 

Bailey, Paul 

BaiUio, J.J 

Bain, Donald 

Baker, Charles Duane 

Baker, Francis E 37, 42, 85, 88, 89, 01, 203, 205 

Baker, Hinton J., jr 75 

Baker, Louis W 137 

Balch, Oscar E 176 

Baldwin, Charles 100 

Baldwin, Henry 220 

Baldwin, Martin T 23 

Bales, C.C 104 

Baley, Jas. M 148 

Balfour, T. N 164 

Ball, James W 164 

Ball, WiUiamS 130 

Ballou, DanielR 172 

Bancroft, Chas. A 107 

Banks, W. Bruce 114 

Banta, W. E 212 

Barber, Orion M 33,231 

Barber, W. R 120 

Barbour, Philip P 229 



(245) 



Bwnora, Job 

Banns. BeirlmviB 

Banns, I.B 

BannU, WiUlomH 

Bamay.StimtwlB 

BanmiD, U. V 

Ban, BdaarA 

Barrett, A. Todd 

Barratt,D.8 

Bartel, John F 

Bartlielow, A. J 

BartlBtl, Wm. H 

Baacom, Wyman 8 

Basaett John £ 

Batctiuoc, lob 

Batoa.Ban. F 

BB189, Edward 

Batten, Joaegti U 

Batter.H.K 

Bauer, Alben 

Baugb, James A 

Bai^ihii, ChBs. W 

Bajen. Arihur C _..--- 

Ba;hB, Benjamin D 

BaitOT, J. L 

Baiter, Jaaea H 

BaTtBT, W.D 

Beol.C. W..- 

BflBle, Hia. Hutlet'Blaiiis.'.'. 

Bean, Robaria 

Beattie, Charlton Baid 

Beattls, David 

Bsattj, Eany 

Beetty,J.M 

Beat^. Jamsa A 

Beetty, Richanl F 

BWTM.CE 

Beck, Frank I. 8 

B»k,jBinasN 

Becker, I,eonard 

Beckardite.H. L 

Bedlnger, Henry C 

Beebe. Wm. A 

BeokmaD, Louis D 

Soemer, E. W... 

Beery, Robert D 

Behrena, HugD.. 

Behrens, Wm. H 

Belcher, Charles S 

Balding, John P 

Belknap, CleminerC 

Bell. lamos B 

BelI,U.VanD 

Bell. Samuel 

Beltx.WailerP , 

Beinls.R.n 

Benedict, B. Lincoln 

Bennett, Chas. F 

Bennett, Louis 

Bennett, W,C 

Bennett, Walter W 

BeoBon, Hilton A 

Bentley, B. B 

Beiit<m. Byrtm A 

Berdell, E. A 

Bag. Albert 

Berg, Freda L 

Bergeaon, O. E 

Bemhaid, Frledrtcb...! 

Berrien, John U 

Berry, John... 

Best, Horace 

Betts, Samuel E 

BIck-LoulsR 

BMdle, Jacob 

Bid well, Oeo. E 

BIgflow, Samnel F 

Biggs, Clannoe E. 

Blgham-RoyE 

Birch, Sample A.. v.!."!!'.!!! 

Bird, AllenT 

Bishop, Charles W 

Bishop, F. A 

Bishop, Uorton 



BUbyfswniiii'E.:;:: 
Black, Allied L., jr... 



Blades, William.. 



Bland,!. Edward.... 

Bland, R.J 

Blandtng, H. B 

Blatchbrd, Samuel... 



^tllo^i..': 

BIrthe,E.M 



v.n:; 



B^rJck, ChaAes C. . . . 

Bolt, Frank 

BoLlon, Lawrence J... 
Bonaparte, Chariea }.. 

Bonbrake.NTX 

Bond, O. Morris , 



Bonney,^^^ W....;... 
BonnlAeld; W.B.,lr... 

Booth, Wntonw"'!".! 

Booth, HframE 

Borden, C.F 

Boren, George E 

Bostwick, Borr J 

Bostwick, Edward H.. 
Boslwtck,lBmcsB.... 
Botliwell,SB!nnelC... 
Bolts, Clarence U 



Bowere, Lloyd Wlieaton,.. 



I Braldwood, ThomasP.. 
I Brandt, Henry W 

Brantley A. A 

Br»tten,H. A 

Braun, Albert F 

. Bray, Oeorge L 



247 



Page. 

Breckixiridge, John 225 

BreckoDS, Robert W 80 

Breda, J. PhiUippe 103 

Breitensteiii, Daniel F 137 

Brenden, Gilbert J -r 112 

Brenneman, F. R 52 

Brett, Wm . L 64 

Brewer, David J 229 

Brewer, Julian 106 

Brewster, ;Benj amin H 226 

Brewster, Calvin G •. 185 

Brice, David W 207 

Bridges, Samuel D 200 

Briggs, B, J 82 

Briggs, Charles S 96 

Briggs, Frank H 33 

Bright, George W 212 

Bright, Michael 8 205 

Brightwell, Samuel T 52 

Brimmer, Geo. E 207 

Brinton, Jasper Yeates 166 

Bristol, Cyrus B 75 

Bristow, Benjamin H 226 

Britain, A. R 168 

Britton, G. C 62 

Britts,Nye 194 

Brock, F.V 196 

Brockman, Harry T 155 

Brockway. B. W 121 

Brooke, Chas. W 220 

Brown, Albert F 220 

Brown, Arthur L 35,172 

Brown, Mrs. BlancheM 194 

Brown, Chapin 221 

Brown, Charles W 33- 

Brown, E.Augustus 155 

BTOwn,Mrs. FleviaT 133 

Brown, FosterV 171 

Brown, Henry B •. 229 

Brown, J. I. 82 

Brown, James P 61,62 

Brown, John K 54 

Brown, Joseph L 52 

Brown , Nathan A 76 

Brown, R.C 88 

Brown, R.G - 212 

Brown, Raymond . 139 

Brown, RobertC 88 

Brown, Robert V 105 

Brown, Shnon 152 

Brown, W. A 179 

Brown, WiUiam W 228 

Brown, Wrisley 21 

Browne, Arthur B 101 

Brownlee, Richard G 161 

Brubaker, Guy B 52 

Bruce, Gustavus A 216 

Bruer, Ix)uis-H 116 

Bruinffton, Geo. F 133 

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Jenson, Neal 134 

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Johnson, Everett A 163 

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Johnson, Henry. 72,218 

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Johnson, J. Sam 182 

Johnson, James O 60 

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Johnson, William 229 

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Jones, Thomas Goode 36,44,45 

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Jordan, John D 40, 115 

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Jost, Miss Anna 176 

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Keigley, F. B 197 

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Kemp, John A 22,65 

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Kennamer, Thomas J 44 

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Kent, Edward 39,66 

Kenworthy, Leon B 197 

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McFadden, Elmer E 19S 

McFadden, Geo. J 83 

McGarry, Frances 8J 

McGill,J.Nota 221 

McGinty, James A 216 

McQlasson, Clifford H 15 

McGourin, Thomas F 74 

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McKean, Winston Z 213 

McKee, JEdwardL 6b 

McKenna, Joseph 31,38,39,226,229 

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MeKenney, James H 31,230 

McKenzie, M. J 153 

MoKercher, Clarence W 199 

McKercher. Clark 18 

MoKeyes, B.Y 134 

McKinley, Benjamin L (52 

McKinley, John : 229 

McKirahan, Roberta H 96 

McLanahan. J. Craig 105 

McLaren, W.Q 199 

McLaughlin, James J 116 

McLean, B.F 147 

McLean, Hector 48 

McLean, John 229 

McLeary, James H 171 

McLure, J. C 174 

McMahon, Stephen J 303 

McManus, John 78 

McMichael, WUliam 227 

McMillan, Raymond J 1 200 

McMman,W. D 48 

McNabb, Charles E 22 

McNaUy. Robert J 208 

McNaughton, Moses G 214 

McPherson, John B 35,166 

McPherson, Sherman T 157 

McPherson, Smith 37,94 

McQueen, Walter O 176 

McReynolds, James C 228 

McTamney, John M 166 

McVeigh, Byron 176 

Mc WWnney, C. C 190 

MacArthur, Alex. P 122 

MacArthur, William C 94,96 

MacDonald, Ernest C 196 

Macdonald, Harry J 214 

Mack,F. M 123 

Mack, Julian W.. 34,37,42,85,88,80,91,208,205,231 

Mackey, James H 15 

Mackey, Wm. H., jr 211 

Mackie, Edward 190 

MacMUlan, Thomas C 86 

MacNeil, Clarence B 213 

MacSwain, W. S 163 

MacVeagh, Wayne 226 

Madden, John S 217 

Maddox, Fletcher 14 

Madsen, Christian 161 

Madsen, Emil F 123 

Magill, Geo. T 174 

Maguire, Robert F 163 

Mahafly, William G 68,60 

Mahoney. Paul W 206 

Maler, Juliui 86 

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Marble, £d«ur M 227 

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Marchant. John F 192 

Markle, Minor M 50 

Marks, Richard P 76 

Marlatt, William H 156 

Marlay, C. C 126 

Marlowe, Agnes 71 

Marple, Thomas 166 

Marsales, Edward C 87 

Marsh, F.W 74 

Marsh, Frederick W 73 

Mtish, George H 164 

Marsh, H. Richmond 61 

Marsh, Samuel J 66 

Marshall, A . A 213 

Marshall, J. W. 174 

Marshall, John 201,228 

Marshall, John A 88,189 

Martin, Albert J 118 

Martin, Bruce N 137 

Martin, Chester T 177 

Martin, George E 33,231 

Martin, James 93 

Martin, James L 35, 191 

Martin, Stanley W 193 

Martin, Thomas E 91 

Martin, WimamE.,jr 78 

Martindale, W. P 89 

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MiUer, Charles W 91 

MlUer, Edward F 177 

MUler, Mrs. Flora B 165 

Miller, Fred. E 123 

Miller, H.C 163 

MiUer, Henry C 118 

Miller, John 204 

Miller, Samuel F 229 

Miller, Timothy 123 

Miller, W.D 123 

MiUer, Wm.H.H 226 

MiUigan, Samuel 230 

MilUkan, James M 148 

Mills, Borden H 138 

Mills, Homer C 82 

Mills, Willis N..... 20 

Mims,W.O / 179 

Mindak, Peter P 85 

Minshall, Addison P 168 

Mitchel, OUieD 97 

Mitchell, Geo. H 147 

Mitchell, Irvine ! 117 

MitcheU, Jesse E 217 

MitcheU, John W 68 

Mitchell, Palo A 146 

Mitchell, W.F 61 

Mix, John W 168 

Molmg , W alter H 32 

Monckton, Frank D 40,61 

Mongeon, Samuel i ^ 218 

Montfort, Geo. D 200 

Montgomery, J. A 161, 163 

Montgomery, Robert M: i.. 83,231 

Montgomery, Stanley D 18 

Montgomery, T. ly ;...; :... 198 

Montgomery, Zach 227 

Moody, Edwin H 138 

Moody, William H 226,229 

Mook , E dith L 65 

Moore, Alexander C 201 

Moore, Alfred 229 

Moore, David ; 177 

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Moore, Joseph 168 

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Morgan, Charles 120 

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Morgan, Henry H 205 

Morgan, J . S 136 

Morgan, J. Willard 131 

Morgan, Mfamie C 91 

Morgan, W.H 213 

Morle, Richard P 143 

Morris, Charles J 176 

Morris, James 127, 150 

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Morris, Page 37,111 

Morris, Thomas J 36,105 

Morrison, Fred L 213 

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Morrow, W.L 135 

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Morsey, Chase 117 

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Mosman, William O 66 

Mottershead, E 153 

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Mudd, Sydney E.,jr 71 

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Murberg, Axel J 141. 

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Murdock, Alfred W 143 

Muri, D. J 123 

Murphy, A. E 80 

Murphy, Adelia M 129 

Murphy, James L 34 

Murphy, Maurice F 137 

Murray, Charles J 11& 

Murray, J. P 7^ 

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Myers, Abram B 16<| 

Myers, Frank C 123 

Myers, U.G 55 

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Nelson, Axel 123 

Nelson, John 225 

Nelson, Samuel 229 

Nelson, Severt A 208 

Nelson, Thos. R 177 

Nelson, WiUiam 131 

Nerlinger, AmU F 116 

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Newman, WiUiam T 36,76 

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Nichols, Chas. T 99 

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Nichols, Herbert 190 

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Nicholson, A. O. P 181 

Nicholson, G. E 160 

Nicholson,N. H 96 

Nicholson, Thomas J 32 

Nickerson, James B 126 

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Niles, Henry C 36,113.114 

Nisbet, A. J. 135 

Norheim, Robert 153 

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Oliver, Geo. B 189 

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OMey, Richard 226 

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Osborne, Mrs. Nellie G 186 

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Owens, Geo. S 170 

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