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COMMISSIONERS OF STATE CONTRACTS. Created by act of March 31, 1874. Secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, state treasurer, attorney-general.
COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE LIBRARY. Created by act of March 6, 1867. Governor, secretary of state, superintendent of public instruction.
TRUSTEES OF THE LINCOLN HOMESTEAD.
Created by act of June 16, 1887. Governor, secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, state treasurer, superintendent of public instruction; Albert S. Edwards, custodian, Springfield.
TRUSTEES OF THE LINCOLN MONUMENT.
Created by act of May 18, 1895. Governor, superintendent of public instruction, state treasurer; E. S. Johnson, custodian, Springfield.
TRUSTEES OF THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM.
Created by act of May 25, 1877.
Governor, secretary of state, superintendent of
public instruction; A. R. Crook, curator and state geologist, Springfield.
FORT MASSAC TRUSTEES.
Created by act of May 15, 1903. Governor, secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, state regent Illinois Daughters of American Revolution, two Illinois Daughters of American Revolution.
STATE CANVASSING BOARD.
Created by act of April 3, 1872. Governor, secretary of state, auditor, state treasurer, attorney-general.
STATE GEOLOGICAL COMMISSION. Created by act of May 12, 1905. Governor, president of the University of Illinois; T. C. Chamberlain, Chicago; H. Foster Bain, director, Urbana.
COMMISSIONERS SUPREME COURT BUILDING. Created by act of May 18, 1905. Governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, state treasurer, attorney-general, three judges of Supreme court.
Average number of inmates and per capita cost of maintenance during third quarter of 1907. HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE.
.Chas. B. McCrory
.Wm. S. Dewey .Wm. H. Dawdy Wm. C. DeWolf ..W. Y. Baker Joe A. Davis .F. I. Bizaillon .J. D. Turnbaugh
.D. N. Walker Thos. J. Roth ...J. H. Morgan .H. R. Snaveley .A. N. Tolliver ..James Allen .T. N. Cofer ..Lewis Rinaker C. S. Cutting, P. ..J. C. Maxwell
.A. L. Ruffner ..W. L. Pond .Fred C. Hill ..W. J. Dolson Mazzini Slusser
W. S. Lamon .I. W. Ibbotson Michael O'Donnell .John H. Webb
H. H. Kerr .T. J. Myers ..J. D. Breckinridge .W. S. Phillips .Thos. Henshaw .Geo. W. Huston ...J. M. Eckley Chas, A. James ..J. H. Ferrell .R. F. Robinson .A. E. Bergland .John H. Gillan
W. F. Ellis Paul Williams
.A. D. Webb Thos. F. Ferns Wm. Rippin Thos. H. Sheridan .F. G. Plain D. B. Sherwood, P. ..A. W. Deselm Wm. Hill .R. C. Rice .D. W. L. Jones W. H. Hinebaugh A. T. Lardin. P.
..J. A. Benson Robert H. Scott .U. W. Louderback
.D. McCormick ...O. W. Smith John R. Vaughn .J. E. Hillskotter
.J. L. Stonecipher
Dan H. Gregg ..Jas. A. McComas
..L. P. Oakes Wm. J. Franklin
.D. T. Smiley .R. A. Russell
.G. B. Watkins .H. E. Burgess Louis Arns ....J. L. Dryer .F. E. Baldwin E. D. Hutchinson Frank E. Reed W. L. Slemmons L. O. Eagleton
...M. C. Cook E. J. Hawbaker
.Paul F. Grote W. A. Whiteside ...L. G. Caster Henry C. Mills ...S. L. Taylor .J. A. MacNeil
County clerk. Circuit clerk and recorder. ..Jackson R. Pearce......... Sanford C. Pitney
..Jesse E. Miller..
Chas. M. Webber.
H. K. Powell.. W. B. Phillips. .John C. McGrath.. .J. C. Williams.. .E. F. Throgmorton. Wm. F. Lynch. ..M. J. Beverly, P. .J. B. Flageole.. C. S. Williams.. Frank L. Adams. A. L. Hendee.. .D. L. McKenney. .J. N. St. Clair, P. H. C. Johnson. W. C. Thompson. Wm. W. Kenny. X. F. Beidler.... M. E. Peniwell.. W. C. Seehausen. Edward Feutz...
John R. Quayle.. Thos. A. Connell.. A. F. Terrell.. .Geo. C. Schneeman.. H. M. Grigsby. .G. F. Rushton.. .C. C. Hassler...
A. W. Hartley..
C. A. Roberts, P.
D. P. Lawless, R.
..Lee B. Davis John L. Bunch ..A. C. Fassett Wm. S. Badgett .Henry Fuller .Chas. A. Watson V. Boerner ..A. Sielschott ..J. P. Porter .D. F. McCarty .Daniel Emerson C. S. Erwin .H. H. Schlarmann
.Fred More .J. E. Bidwill, Jr. .Abel Davis, R. Henry O. Wilkins
.L. Meriwether Walter M. Hay .F. E. Harrold .E. W. Jeffers .Thos. M. Hull James Marley .L. A. Gibson ..J. G. Habling .Otto G. Casey T. D. Thompson
.J. J. Hill .Jas. M. Laws D. E. Froelich .E. Z. Curnutt .F. S. Johnson .Wm. L. Snyder .Edw. A. Wilcox
.C. H. Dutton W. P. Martin Philip B. Keeler
.Fred Benjamin ..B. T. Williams .J. C. McCullough G. W. Highsmith ....L. Laurent .H. L. Heer .Chas. Wa Mills E. F. Rogers Frank E. George, R. W. W. Huckins Avery N. Beebe ..S. V. Stuckey .L. O. Brockway ..J. L. Witzeman J. F. Buchner, R. J. H. Highsmith W. B. McMahan
.R. G. Sinclair .G. F. Thompson
..John Allen .Geo. L. Tipton .T. W. Springer C. H. Kunneman, R. .D. D. Haynie Wm. L. Wescott .C. E. Walsh .Colfax Morris Wm. S. Brown .Theo. Hamer James C. Elder N. B. Carson, R. W. F. Thompson
.S. A. Nelson .A. Rexroth Albion E. Neal .Chas. L. Hayden E. A. Silver .J. F. Cox .T. S. Simpson H. G. Wasson, R. Jas. M. Pyatt ..J. C. Tippett E. Dinsmore Tony R. Kerr E. P. Easterday ..J. L. Downey Wm. G. Beever .A. Kaufman
.E. E. Parmenter ...A. E. Somers .G. W. Murray C. A. Jones, P. W. H. Dietrich
.Jas. Callans Calvin Green .B. F. Thompson ..John B. Hay Frank Perrin, P.
.A. J. Clarity Jesse Black, Jr. M. C. Crawford
...I. A. Love
John A. Loop .J. W. Clendennin .L. Bernreutter John R. Holt .T. G. Parker ...H. C. Ward G. J. Cowing J. B. Fithian, P. ..W. F. Slater .L. M. Reckhow ..J. F. Bosworth P-Probate.
County clerk. H. E. Hubbard. ..John Odum... ..Chas. E. Opel. .Geo. B. Colby, P. ..Isaac Lewis.
John R. King. .J. T. Zimmer.. Wm. E. Nixon. A. E. Miller... .L. P. Mellon, P. .F. C. Held..
F. L. Bergstresser. C. L. Kimmel. .Thos. J. Dale.
Jas. A. Carlton..
ILLINOIS COUNTY OFFICERS.-CONTINUED.
Cook-J. R. Thompson. Crawford-A. A. Correll. Cumberland-Thos. B. Carrell. DeKalb-L. C. Shaffer...
DuPage-F. E. Ayres..
Edgar-I. N. Cooley.
Effingham-Wm. H. Jackson.
Franklin-Q. E. Burgess.
Gallatin-C. E. Satterfield..
Greene-P. W. Wood..
Grundy-J. H. Francis.
Jo Daviess-E. J. Menzimer.
.B. W. Thomas
.J. M. Brown
.G. G. Young .Daniel Hohn .H. A. Campbell
.J. L. Fidler .C. B. Gorham Howard Winn ...C. Marshall .Martin Jakle Jas. W. Eakin .J. H. Nelson Thos. Odom W. H. Basel .C. R. Galloway M. F. Hudson .. Thos. Steele .G. E. Malone
.C. Bertschi ...J. T. Kibler .J. A. Amerman
..E. A. Swaim .Geo. P. Heikes
.S. Hanson ..L. Musgrove Grant Irvin Hugh H. Snell Jacob Meffley .John P. Mathis B. E. Richardson
Jas. P. Russell ..S. Normandin .R. G. Mathews E. J. Griffin ...Ole E. Benson .G. A. Vandament A. T. Tourtillot ..Jas. W. Morris
.David Devine .B. A. McGorray
..R. L. Jones .David Jones M. W. Michaels ..J. F. Howard
W. A. Thompson.
W. V. Arbuckle.
County clerk and recorder.
.Geo. V. Helfrich.
.G. W. Gamble Isaac R. Tuttle ...S. T. Jones .Benj. Rich, R.
.E. J. Ryan ..J. W. Kellem W. E. McCormick ..E. R. Redfield .C. E. Chamberlin .H. B. Roewe, R. W. E. Boyington
.R. V. Howe .H. C. Sifford ..J. W. Barger W. H. Carter, R. .Dan F. Seibert J. H. Campbell Thos. J. Verner Wm. L. Grubb
Chas. E. Hill ...L. E. Tuttle .H. J. Schluntz E. T. Geist, R.
..L. B. Pulley ..L. F. Lake .A. F. Van Alstine
.John Hay Henry Jacobs .C. H. Watts Anna L. Barbre .H. W. Drake ..G. O. Lewis Wm. Johnston Marietta A. Neal A. F. Nightingale
..H. E. Green .H. M. Tipsword .W. W. Coultas .T. C. Wampler .E. E. Gere R. T. Morgan .Geo. W. Brown W. H. Siefferman
.C. E. Mitchell .C. F. Easterday .H. M. Rudolph ..... Offa Neal ..M. M. Cook ..J. L. Greenlee .G. B. McClelland .C. H. Root .T. W. Biggerstaff .J. E. Williams Hattie M. Rittenhouse .Della Yeomans Martin Luther .F. A. Gilbreath ..Ida Robinson ....J. F. Arnold A. E. Summers ..J. W. Roberts Myrtle Renwick W. M. Grissom
..H. A. Dean .S. D. Saltsgiver A. D. Curran W. F. Boyes .T. A. Simpson .W. R. Foster .R. R. Kimmell .I. F. Edwards W. E. Herbert .D. F. Nichols Leona F. Bowman
.R. C. Moore ...J. U. Uzzel .J. S. Kniseley ..E. F. Perry
County. Treasurer. Mason-J. Euteneuer. Massac-Robert Adkin. McDonough-Jas. M. Pelley. McHenry-W. S. McConnell. McLean W. A. Stautz.. Menard-H. K. Rule. Mercer-J. W. Dilley. Monroe-John A. Hirz... Montgomery-John Green* Morgan-W. B. Rogers.. Moultrie-H. R. Warren. Ogle-G. H. Andrew. Peoria-Wm. P. Gauss. Perry-Ed Flynn.. Piatt-J. H. Cline.. Pike-S. Williams.. Pope-W. S. Jenkins. Pulaski-J. R. Weaver. Putnam-H. E. Raley. Randolph-A. W. Dauer.. Richland-I. C. Head. Rock Island-P. F. Cox.. Saline-J. Moonoyham.. Sangamon-Jas. A. Hall.. Schuyler-Wm. Cooper. Scott-E. N. Gilham.. Shelby-Henry Weber. Stark-C. W. Bocock. St. Clair-John J. Wies. Stephenson-B. G. Cooper. Tazewell-E. J. Kraeger.. Union-J. D. R. Brown.. Vermilion-H. H. Whitlock. Wabash-C. Buchanan.. Warren-S. F. Allen.. Washington-J. M. Winfree. Wayne-0. W. Talbert... White-J. N. Wilson. Whiteside-C. W. McCall. Will-A. Ehrhardt.. Williamson-F. A. Chanabery Winnebago-0. J. Holmquist. Woodford-L. C. Gish.
A. F. Crum .R. T. Lytton .A. J. Dark .Chas. Wandrack .A. L. Moore
.R. S. Rule ..F. M. Baker ..J. M. Burkhardt .M. E. Bray Chas. B. Graff
.W. O. Funston Chas. M. Myers .Lewis M. Hines
D. Winthrop ..A. Shiveley .John A. James Thos. F. Phelps .A. C. Bankson
Jasper Cecil .H. E. Burns ..H. J. Elliott
.Ed Kittilson .0. O. Cummins . Chas. Werner ..L. R. Moore Geo. W. Hogan
.J. P. Heinz .E. G. Williamson ...C. P. Cashel W. C. Milner .Jas. A. Norris .J. K. Walton W. S. Helmick Alex Compton .Ira Dilley A. H. Cohlmeyer ..J. W. Bozarth ..J. Grisson .C. A. Hamilton H. O. Williams .E. H. Bulliner ...C. S. Collier .B. F. Slenker
.B. A. Van Winkle
S. W. Crowell.. .Robert Scholes.. Alva R. Dry.. .Albert C. Edie. .Mark Bradburn.. Geo. B. Baker.. Geo. E. Martin.. Jas. E. Taylor. ..J. R. Simpson. .R. S. Rowland. .John K. Scott. D. W. Choisser.. F. L. Hatch.. H. H. Brown.. R. M. Riggs. W. W. Hartsell.. ..Jas. H. Rennick.. ..F. J. Tecklenburg. .L. H. Burrell.. Chas. Schaefer.. .Jas. Lingle.. ..J. W. Keeslar.. Peter J. Kolb.. C. M. Huey. .J. P. Carter.. .B. F. Thomas.. S. L. Garrison.. H. H. Waite... Wm. D. Heise.. .R. R. Fowler.. ...H. B. North.. .J. R. Tweddale..
*Died May 16, 1907.
ILLINOIS PRIMARY ELECTION LAW DECISION.
In an opinion handed down April 5, 1906, the state Supreme court declared the Illinois primary law enacted in 1905 unconstitutional on the grounds that it contained provisions delegating legislative functions to political organizations, required the payment of fees by candidates for office, set up a geographical qualification for candidates for the legislature and made out one set of requirements for one part of the state and another set for another part. Gov. Deneen, on the same day, issued a call for an extra session of the legislature for the purpose of enacting a new primary law. The session began April 10 and ended May 16. The primary law then passed was also declared unconstitutional in a decision made public Oct. 2, 1907. The state Supreme court held that the act was defective because it
Shadrach Bond, Dem.....1818-1822 Edward Coles, Dem.. ..1822-1826 Ninian Edwards, Dem....1826-1830 John Reynolds, Dem......1830-1834 Wm. L. D. Ewing.* Dem. 1834-1834 Joseph Duncan, Whig.....1834-1838 Thomas Carlin, Dem......1838-1842 Thomas Ford, Dem... ..1842-1846 Augustus C. French, Dem.1846-1853 Joel A. Matteson, Dem...1853-1857 Wm. H. Bissell, Rep...1857-1860
Sup't schools. .J. A. Mehlhop W. A. Spence ..B. E. Decker G. W. Conn, Jr. ..B. C. Moore .Eva B. Batterton ..C. L. Gregory .H. Eisenbarth John W. Harp .H. C. Montgomery
...J. C. Hoke .Anna B. Champion
.C. U. Stone .R. B. Templeton
...C. McIntosh ..D. P. Hoells .R. R. Randolph May S. Hawkins .Geo. W. Hunt ..M. A. Mudd R. N. Stotler .S. J. Ferguson ..R. E. Rhine
.E. C. Pruitt .L. J. McCreery ..J. C. Moore .C. M. Fleming Geo. C. Baker Chas. Hertel ..Cyrus Grove .A. M. Wells Wm. O. Brown .W. Y. Ludwig .S. A. Mayne .J. D. Regan Robert Pence .W. G. Cisne .V. W. Smith .B. F. Hendricks Wm. H. Nevens ..R. O. Clarida .O. J. Kern .F. H. Dolden
contained more than the title specified, the title wholly failing to provide for a primary election for the purpose of selecting candidates for office; because the lodging of legislative power with county or central committees or other purely voluntary party organizations is unconstitutional; because the method provided for filling vacancies is in direct conflict with section 188 of the bill of rights, providing that all elections shall be free and equal; because the act provided no means by which a person might register for the primary election if for any reason he had failed to register at the last general election, and because the act provided that a voter could vote for only one candidate for representative in the general assembly.
GOVERNORS OF ILLINOIS.
.1860-1861 | John P. Altgeld, Dem....1893-1897
GARNISHMENT LAW OF ILLINOIS.
Section 14 of the act of 1872 as amended in 1897 and 1901 declares: "The wages for services of a wage earner who is the head of a family and residing with the same, to the amount of fifteen (15) dollars per week, shall be exempt from garnishment. All above the sum of fifteen (15)
Wood. Democrat after 1872. Elected United States senator; succeeded by John M. Hamilton.
dollars per week shall be liable to garnishment. Employers are obliged to pay wages amounting to $15 or less, notwithstanding the service of a writ of garnishment, providing the person to whom wages are due makes affidavit that he is the head of a family and is living with the same.
COOK COUNTY COURTHOUSE.
Corner stone laid Sept. 21, 1906; building occupied in fall of 1907: total cost $5,000,000.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
President-William Busse, R., 523 courthouse.
Duties-The commissioners are charged with the management of the county affairs of Cook county, as provided by law, having the same powers as the boards of supervisors in other counties. They make all appropriations and contracts and authorize all expenditures. The president appoints, with the approval of the board, the superintendent of public service and other officers and employes whose election or appointment is not otherwise provided for by law.
COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE. Courthouse, 2d floor, south end. County Clerk-Joseph F. Haas, R. Deputies-George A. Mugler, chief deputy; James L. Monaghan, deputy comptroller; Frank L. Pasdeloup. chief clerk County court; Morris Salmonson, marriage licenses; Dr. T. J. Ferguson, vital statistics; M. M. Hoffman, redemptions; Louis F. Wilk, cashier; Frank McNally, bookkeeper: A. S. Cameron, tax extension. Duties-The county clerk is clerk of the county board and ex officio comptroller of county finan
cial affairs. As such he has charge of all deeds. mortgages, contracts, bonds, notes and similar papers belonging to the county, settles all accounts, keeps books showing appropriations and expenditures, makes out report for fiscal year and submits estimates for the expenses of all the departments of the county organization.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE. Courthouse, 1st and 2d floors, north end. County Treasurer-John R. Thompson, R. Assistant Treasurer-Edward J. Werner. Duties-The county treasurer receives and disburses. pursuant to law, all the revenues and other public moneys belonging to the county. He personally countersigns county orders and renders accounts to the board of commissioners. COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. 511 courthouse. Comptroller-Joseph F. Haas, R. Deputy Comptroller-J. L. Monaghan, R. Duties-See County Clerk.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE. 519 courthouse.
Superintendent of Public Service-William Laren, R. Duties-Purchases all supplies for the county institutions, advertising for bids at specified times and entering into yearly or quarterly contracts and making tests from time to time of the articles furnished to determine if they are up to contract requirements.
RECORDER'S OFFICE. Courthouse, 1st floor, south end. Recorder of Deeds-Abel Davis, R. Chief Deputy-John V. Clinnen. Duties-The recorder shall, as soon as practicable after the filing of any instrument in writing in