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AMERICAN AND FOREIGN AMBASSADORS AND MINISTERS.

COUNTRIES.

Albania..

Argentina.

Austria.

Belgium.

Bolivia.

Brazil.

Bulgaria.

Chile..

China.

Colombia.

Costa Rica..

Cuba...

Czechoslovakia.
Denmark.

Dominican Rep..
Ecuador..

Finland..

France.

Germany.

Great Britain.

Greece.

Guatemala.

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Envoys From United States, to

Charles C. Hart (D. C.), M.
Peter Augustus Jay (R. I.), A.
Albert Henry Washburn (Mass.), M.
William Phillips (Mass.), A.

Jesse S. Cottrell (Tenn.), M.
Edwin V. Morgan (N. Y.), A..
Charles S. Wilson (Me.), M.
Wm. M. Collier (N. Y.), A.

John Van A. MacMurray (N. J.), M.
Samuel H. Piles (Wash.), M.
Roy T. Davis (Mo.), M.

Major Gen. Enoch H. Crowder (Mo.), A
Lewis Einstein (N. Y.), M..
H. Percival Dodge (Mass.), M.
Evan E. Young (S. D.), M.
Gerhard A. Bading (Wis.), M.
Alfred J. Pearson (Iowa), M.
Myron T. Herrick (Ohio), A

Jacob Gould Schurman (N. Y.), A.
Alanson B. Houghton (N. Y.), A.
Robert P. Skinner (Ohio), M.
Arthur H. Geissler (Okla.), M..
George T. Summerlin (La.), M.
Theodore Brentano (Ill.), M.

Henry P. Fletcher (Pa.), A.
Charles MacVeagh (N. H.), A..
Frederick W. B. Coleman (Minn.), M.

Frederick W. B. Coleman (Minn.), M.
William Phillips (Mass.), M.
James R. Sheffield (N. Y.), A.
Richard M. Tobin (Cal.), M.
Charles C. Eberhardt (Kan.), M.
Laurits S. Swenson (Minn.), M.
John G. South (Ky.), M..
George L. Kreeck (Kan.), M.
Hoffman Phillip (N. Y.), M.
Miles Poindexter (Wash.), A..
John B. Stetson jr. (Pa.), M.
Fred Morris Dearing (Mo.), M.
William S. Culbertson (Kan.), M.
Jefferson Caffrey (La.), M..

Serbs, Croats, Etc.. Dr. John D. Prince (N. J.), M.

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Envoys to United States, From

Mr. Faik Konitza, M.

Mr. Honorio Pueyrredon, A.
Mr. Edgar L. G. Prochník, M.
Baron de Cartier de Marchienne, A.
Senor Dr. Don Ricardo Jaimes Freyre, M.
Mr. S. Gurgel do Amaral, A.
Mr. Simeon Radeff, M.

Senor Don Miguel Cruchaga Torcorral, A.
Mr. Sao-Ke Alfred Sze, M.

Dr. Enrique Olaya, M.

Senor Don J. Rafael Oreamuno, M.

Col. Orestes Ferrara, A.

Mr. Zdenek Fierlinger, M.

Mr. Constantin Brun, M.

Senor Angel Morales, M.

Senor Don Juan Barveris (Charge d'A.)
Mr. Axel L. Astrom, M.
Count Paul Claudel, A.

Baron Ago von Maltzan, A.

The Right Hon. Sir Esme Howard, A.
Mr. Charalambous Simopoulos, M.
Senor Don Fr. Sanchez Latour, M.
Mr. Hannibal Price, M.

Senor Don Luis Bogran, M.
Count Laszlo Szechenyi, M.

Prof. Timothy A. Smiddy, M.

Nobile Giacomo de Martino, A.

Mr. Tsuneo Matsudaira, A.
Mr. Charles L. Seya, M.
Mr. Kazys Bizauskas, M.

Baron Raymond de Waha (Charge d'A.)
Senor Don Manuel C. Tellez, A.

Dr. H. van Asch van Wyck (Charge d'A.)
Senor Dr. Don Salvador Castrillo, M.

Mr. H. H. Bryn, M.

Senor Dr. Don R. J. Alfaro, M.

Dr. Don Eusebio Alaya, M.

Mr. F. Nowry Espandiary (Charge d'A.)
Dr. Hernan Velarde, A.

Mr. Jan Ciechanowski, M.

Viscount d'Alte, M.

Mr. Radu T. Djuvara (Charge d'A.)

Sr. Dr. Hector David Castro (Charge d'A.)

Dr. A. T. Pavichich, M.

Phya Vijitavongs, M.

Senor Don Alejandro Padilla y Bell, A.
Mr. Wollmar Bostroem, M.
Mr. Marc Peter, M.

Dr. Jacobo Varela, M.

Senor Dr. Don Carlos F. Grisanti, M.

UNITED STATES CONSULATES ABROAD.

The State Department of the United States ad- | Moncton, Montreal, C. G., Niagara Falls, Ottawa, vises: "To avoid delay and insure prompt attention correspondence upon consular business should be addressed-To the American Consul at

The list of United States Consuls abroad is given herewith, Consulates General of each, being indicated by the initials C. G.

Argentina-Buenos Ayres, C. G., Rosario. Austria -Vienna. Belgium-Antwerp, C. G., Brussels, Ghent. Bolivia-La Paz. Brazil-Bahia, Para, Pernambuco, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, C. G., Santos, Sao Paulo. Bulgaria-Sofia.

Chile-Antofagasta, Arica, Concepcion, Iquique, Punta Arenas, Valparaiso, C. G. China-Canton, C. G., Hankow, C. G., Mukden, C. G., Shanghai, C. G., Tientsin, C. G., Amoy, Antung, Changsha, Chefoo, Chungking, Foochow, Harbin, Kalgan, Nanking, Swatow, Tsinan, Tsingtao and Yunnanfu. Colombia-Barranquilla, Buenaventura, Cartagena, Santa Maria. Costa Rica-Port Limon, San Jose. Cuba-Havana, C. G., Antilla, Cienfuegos, Nueva Gerona, Neuvitas, Santiago. Czechoslovakia-Prague. Danzig, Free City of Danzig. Denmark-Copenhagen, C. G. Dominican Republic-Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo. Ecuador Guayaquil, C. G. Egypt-Alexandria, Cairo, Port Said. EsthoniaTallinn. Finland-Helsingsfors.

France-Paris, C. G., Bordeaux, Calais, Cherbourg. Havre, La Rochelle, Lille, Limoges, Lyons, Marseilles, Nancy, Nantes, Nice, St. Etienne, Strasburg, Algiers, Saigon (French Indo-China), Tananarive (Madagascar), Dakar (Senegal), Tahiti, Tunis, Guadeloupe, Martinique.

Germany-Berlin, C. G., Frankfort-O.-M., C. G., Munich, C. G., Bremen, Breslau, Coblenz, Cologne, Dresden, Hamburg, Konigsberg, Leipzig, Stettin, Stuttgart.

C. G., Prescott, Prince Rupert, Quebec, Regina,
Riviere du Loup, St. John, St. Stephen, Sarnia,
Sault Ste. Marie, Sherbrooke, Sydney, Toronto,
Vancouver, C. G., Victoria, Windsor, Winnipeg,
Yarmouth. Newfoundland St. John's. Irish Free
State-Dublin, C. G., Cobh (Queenstown). Austra-
Ita-Melbourne, C. G., Adelaide, Newcastle, Sydney.
New Zealand-Auckland, Wellington, C. G. India
Calcutta, C. G., Bombay, Karachi, Madras, Rangoon,
Aden, Colombo (Ceylon). West Indies-Barbados,
Kingston (Jamaica), Nassau (N. P.), Trinidad,
Belize (British Honduras), Georgetown (British
Gulana), Hamilton (Bermuda). Union of South
Africa-Cape Town, C. G., Durban, Port Elizabeth,
Johannesburg. Kenya-Nairobi. Others-Singapore,
C. G. Penang. Hongkong. Malta.

Greece-Athens, C. G., Patras, Saloniki. Guate mala Guatemala, C. &. Hatt-Cape Haitien,

Port au Prince. Honduras-Ceiba, Puerto Cortes,
Tegucigalpa. Hungary-Budapest, C. G. Iraq-
Bagdad.

Italy-Genoa, C. G., Naples, C. G., Catania,
Florence, Leghorn, Messina, Milan, Palermo, Rome,
Trieste, Turin, Venice.

Japan Seoul, C. G., Tokio, C. G., Dairen, Kobe, Nagasaki, Nagoya, Taihoku (Formosa), Yokohama. Latvia-Riga. Liberia-Monrovia, C. G. Luhuanta-Kovno.

Mexico-Mexico City, C. G., Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Chihuahua, Ciudad Juarez, Durango, Ensenada, Frontera, Guadalajara, Guaymas, Manzanillo, Matamoros, Mazatlan, Mexicali, Monterey, Nogales, Nuevo Laredo, Piedras Negras, Progreso, Salina Cruz, Saltillo, San Luis Potosi, Tampico, Torreon, Vera Cruz.

Morocco-Tangier, C. G., Casablanca. NetherGreat Britain-London, C. G.. Birmingham, lands-Amsterdam, C. G., Rotterdam, Batavia Belfast, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Dundee, Edin- (Java), Soerabaya (Java). Medan (Sumatra), burgh, Gibraltar, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Curacao (W. I.). Nicaragua-Bluefields, Corinto. Malta, Manchester, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Notting-Norway-Oslo, C. G., Bergen, Stavanger. am, Plymouth, Sheffield, Southampton, Stoke-on- Palestine-Jerusalem. Panama-Panama, C. G.. Trent, Swansea. Canada-Calgary, Campbellton, Colon. Paraguay-Asuncion. Persia-Bushire, Tablottetown, Fernie, Fort William and Port riz, Teheran. Peru-Callao-Lima, C. G. Poland r, Halifax, C. G., Hamilton, Kingston, London, Warsaw, C. G. Portugal-Lisbon, C. G., Funchal,

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Oporto, Horta (Fayal), St. Michaels, Loanda, riffe. Sweden-Stockholm, C. G., Goteborg, Malmo.
Lourenco Marques. Roumania-Bucharest,
Switzerland Zurich, C. G., Basel, Berne, Geneva,
Salvador-San Salvador. Serbs, Croats, and St. Gall, Lucerne. Syria-Aleppo, Beirut, Damascus.
Slovene-Belgrade, Zagreb. Siam-Bangkok. Turkey-Constantinople, C. G., Smyrna, Uruguay
Stein-Barcelona, C. G., Bilbao, Cadiz, Madrid, Montevideo. Venezuela-Caracas, La Guaira
Malaga, Santander, Seville, Valencia, Vigo, Tene- Maracaibo, Puerto Cabello.

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CHIEF FOREIGN CONSULATES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Albania-Boston. Argentina-New Orleans, La..
C. G.; New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.;
Chicago, Ill.; Philadelphia, Pa. Austria-New York,
C. G.; Chicago, Ill.

York, C. G.; St. Louis, C. G. Hungary-New York,
C. G.; Chicago, Ill., C. G.; Cleveland, Ohio.

Belgium-Portland, Ore., C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Atlanta, Ga.; Baltimore, Md.; Birming ham, Ala.; Boston, Mass.; Charleston, S. C.; Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; Denver, Col.; Detroit, Mich.; Dubuque, Iowa; Galveston, Tex.; Green Bay, Wis.; Kansas City, Mo.; Memphis, Tenn.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Mobile, Ala.; New Orleans, La.; Newport News and Norfolk, Va.; New York; Omaha, Neb.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Richmond, Va.; St. Louis, Mo.; Savannah, Ga.; Seattle, Wash.; Sioux Falls, S. D.

Bolivia-New York, C. G.; Baltimore, Md.: Boston, Mass.: Chicago, Ill.; Kansas City, Mo.; Los Angeles, Cal.; New Orleans, La.; Philadelphia, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.; San Diego, Cal.: San Francisco, Cal.; Seattle, Wash. Brazil-New Orleans, La., C. G.; New York, C. G.; Baltimore, Md.; Boston, Mass.; Chicago, Ill.; Los Angeles, Cal.; Newport News, Va.; Norfolk, Va.; Palm Beach, Fla.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Richmond, Va.; San Francisco, Cal. Bulgaria-New York, C. G.

Chile New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal.,
C. G.; Baltimore, Md., Boston, Mass.; Buffalo,
N. Y. Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Detroit,
Mich.; Jersey City, N. J.; Los Angeles, Cal.; Newark,
N. J.; New Orleans, La.; Norfolk, Va.; Philadelphia,
Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.; Seattle, Wash. China New
York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Portland,
Ore: Seattle, Wash. Colombia-New Orleans, La.,
C. G., New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.
Costa Rica-Milwaukee, Wis., C. G.; New Orleans,
La., C. G.; New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal.,
C. G. Cuba-New York, C. G.; Atlanta, Ga.;
Baltimore, Md.; Boston, Mass.; Brunswick, Ga.;
Charleston, S. C.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Chicago,
Ill: Cincinnati, Ohio; Detroit, Mich.; Fernandina,
Fla; Galveston, Tex.; Gulfport, Miss.; Jacksonville,
F: Kansas City, Mo.; Key West, Fla.; Los
Angeles, Cal.: Louisville, Ky.; Miami, Fla.; Mobile,
Ala: New Orleans, La.; Newport News, Va.; Nor-
folk, Va.; Pascagoula, Miss.; Pensacola, Fla.; Phila-
delphia, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.; San Francisco, Cal.;
Savannah, Ga.; Tampa, Fla.; Washington, D. C.
Czechoslovakia-Chicago, Ill.; Cleveland, Ohio; New
York; Omaha, Neb.; Pittsburgh, Pa.

Orleans, La.: San Francisco, Cal.: Seattle, Wash.
Denmark New York, C. G.; Chicago, Ill.; New
Dominican Republic-New York, C. G.; Houston, Tex.;
New Orleans, La.; Philadelphia, Pa.; San Francisco,
Cal. Ecuador-New Orleans, La., C. G.; New York,
C. G.: San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Chicago, Ill.;
Los Angeles, Cal.; Philadelphia, Pa.: Seattle, Wash.
Egr-New York. Esthonia-New York; San
Francisco, Cal.; New Orleans, La.; Charleston,
8. C.; Norfolk, Va. Finland New York, C. G.;
Astoria, Ore.: Chicago, Ill.; Duluth, Minn.; San
Francisco, Cal.

France-New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal.,
C. G.; Boston, Mass.; Chicago, Ill.; New Orleans,
La.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Seattle, Wash. (Note
France maintains Consular Agents in thirty cities.)
Germany-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New York, C. G.;
San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Baltimore, Md.; Boston,
Mass.: Cincinnati, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; Charles-
ton, S. C.; Galveston, Tex.: Los Angeles, Cal.:
Mobile, Ala.: New Orleans, La.; Pensacola, Fla.;
Portland, Ore.; St. Louis, Mo.; Savannah, Ga.;
San Antonio, Tex.; Seattle, Wash.

Great Britain-Boston, Mass., C. G.; Chicago, IL, C. G.; New Orleans, La., C. G.; New York, C. G.; Philadelphia, Pa., C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Atlanta, Ga.; Baltimore, Md.: Douglas, Ariz.; Detroit, Mich.; Galveston, Tex.: Jacksonville, Fla: Los Angeles, Cal.; Norfolk, Va.; Pittsburgh, Pa; Portland, Me.; Portland, Ore.; St. Louis, Mo.: Savannah, Ga.; Seattle, Wash. (Note-There are Vice Consulates in thirty other cities.)

Greece Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Atlanta, Ga.; Boston, Mass.: Cleveland, Ohio; Denver, Col.; St. Louis, Mo.: Seattle, Wash.; Washington, D. C. GuatemalaBaltimore, Md., C. G.; Boston, Mass., C. G; Chicago, I., C. G.; Jersey City, N. J., C. G.; New G.: New York, N. Y., C. G.; St.

Orleans, La., G.; San Francisco, Cal. C. G:

Louis, Mo.,

Hall-New Orleans, La., C. G.; New York, C. G.;
Boston, Mass.: Galveston, Tex.: Houston, Tex.;
Mobile, Ala.; San Francisco, Cal. Honduras
Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New Orleans, La., C. G.; New

Irish Free State-Has no Consulate but maintains a passport control office at No. 1 Broadway, New York City, in charge of Matthew Murphy. Linsley Crawford is the Trade Agent at that office. This corrects statement on page 525.

Italy-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Baltimore, Md.; Boston, Mass.; Cleveland, Ohio; Denver, Col.; New Orleans, La.; Philadelphia, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo. (Note Italy maintains Vice Consulates in two cities and Consular Agents in sixty-eight cities.)

Japan-New York, Č. G.; San Francisco, Cal.,
C. G.; Boston, Mass.; Chicago, Ill.; Galveston,
Tex.: Los Angeles, Cal.; Mobile, Ala.: New Orleans,
La.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Portland, Ore.; St. Louis,
Mo.; Seattle, Wash. Latvia-Boston, Mass.; Chi-
cago, Ill.; Cleveland, Ohio; New Orleans, La.: New
York; Philadelphia, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo; San Fran-
cisco, Cal.; Seattle, Wash. Liberia-Baltimore,
Md., C. G.; Chicago, Ill.; Galveston, Tex.: Mobile,
Ala.: New York; Philadelphia, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.;
San Francisco, Cal. Lithuania-Chicago, Ill.; New
York. Luxemburg-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; Los Angeles,
Cal.: New York: Washington, D. C.

Mexico El Paso, Tex., C. G.; New Orleans, La.,
C. G.; New York, C. G.; San Antonio, Tex., C. G.;
San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Albuquerque, N. M.;
Baltimore, Md.; Beaumont, Tex.: Boston, Mass.:
Brownsville, Tex.: Buffalo, N. Y.; Calexico, Cal.;
Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio:
Corpus Christi, Tex.; Dallas, Tex.; Del Rio, Tex.;
Denver, Col.: Detroit, Mich.; Douglas, Ariz.; Eagle
Pass, Tex.; Galveston, Tex.; Houston, Tex.; Indian-
apolis, Ind.: Kansas City, Mo.; Laredo, Tex.: Los
Angeles, Cal.: McAllen, Tex.; Milwaukee, Wis.:
Mobile, Ala.; Naco, Ariz.; Nogales, Ariz.; Norfolk,
Va.; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Philadelphia, Pa.:
Phoenix, Ariz.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Portland, Ore.:
Providence, R. I.; Rio Grande, Tex.; St. Louis, Mo.:
Salt Lake City, Utah; San Diego, Cal.: Seattle,
Wash.; Tampa, Fla.; Tucson, Ariz.; Yuma, Ariz.
Netherlands-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New York,
C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.; Baltimore, Md.;
Boston, Mass.; Charleston, S. C.; Denver, Col.;
Galveston, Tex.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Kansas
City, Mo.; New Orleans, La.; Norfolk, Va.; Phila-
delphia, Pa.; Port Arthur, Tex.; St. Louis, Mo.
Kan., C. c. St. Louis, Mo., C. G.; Philadelphia,
Nicaragua-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; Kansas City,
G.; New Orleans, La., C. G.; New York,
N.
Pa., C. G. Norway-New York, C. G.; Chicago,
Ill.; St. Paul, Minn.; San Francisco, Cal. (Note
Norway has Vice Consulates in thirty-eight cities.)
Panama-New Orleans, La., C. G.; New York,
C. G. Paraguay-New York, C. G.; Philadelphia.
Persia-New York, C. G.; Boston, Mass.: Chicago,
Ill.; Philadelphia, Pa.; San Francisco, Cal. Peru
New York, N. Y., C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.;
Baltimore, Md.; Boston, Mass.; Buffalo, N. Y.
Poland-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; Buffalo, N. Y.; Detroit,
Mich.; New York; Pittsburgh, Pa. Portugal-
New York, C. G.; Boston, Mass.; Bristol, R. I.;
Chicago, Ill.; Fall River, Mass.; Hartford, Conn.;
New Bedford, Mass.; New Orleans, La.; Oakland,
Cal.; Providence, R. I.

Roumania-Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New York,
C. G.; Bethesda, Md.; Philadelphia, Pa.

Salvador New York, C. G.; Baltimore, Md.;
Boston, Mass.; Chicago, Ill.; Los Angeles, Cal.;
New Orleans, La.; Philadelphia, Pa.; San Francisco,
Cal. Serbs, Croats and Slovenes-New York, C. G.;
Chicago, Ill., C. G.; San Francisco, Cal. Stam-
Chicago, Ill., C. G.; New York, C. G.; San Fran-
cisco, Cal., C. G.; Philadelphia, Pa. Spain-New
York, C. G.; Chicago, Ill.; New Orleans, La.; Phila-
delphia, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.; San Francisco, Cal.;
Tampa, Fla. (Note Spain maintains also Vice
Consulates in twenty-two cities.) Sweden-New
York, C. G.; Chicago, Ill.; San Francisco, Cal. (Note
Sweden maintains also Vice Consulates in twenty-
five cities.) Venezuela-New Orleans, La., C. G.;
New York, C. G.; San Francisco, Cal., C. G.
Ohio;

Switzerland-Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati,
Denver, Col.: Los Angeles, Cal.; New Orleans, La.
New York; Philadelphia, Pa.; Portland, Ore.; St.
Louis, Mo.; San Francisco, Cal.; Seattle, Wash.;
Washington, D. C.

Uruguay-New York, C. G.; Baltimore, Md..
Boston, Mass.; Chicago, Ill.; New Orleans, La.:
St. Louis, Mo.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Portland, Me.:
San Francisco, Cal.; Savannah, Ga.

PRESIDENT..

VICE PRESIDENT

United States Government.

. CALVIN COOLIDGE of Massachusetts.. ......CHARLES G. DAWES of Illinois....

THE CABINET (Salary, $15,000 each).

Secretary of State-Frank B. Kellogg, Minnesota.
Secretary of the Treasury--Andrew W. Mellon,
Pennsylvania.

Secretary of War-Dwight F. Davis, Missouri.
Attorney General-John G. Sargent, Vermont.
Postmaster General-Harry S. New, Indiana.

PRESIDENTIAL

In the above list, the Cabinet offices are arranged in the order in which they succeed to the Presidency in case of the removal, death, resignation, or inability of both the President and Vice President. No such emergency has arisen.

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Secretary of the Navy-Curtis D. Wilbur, California.
Secretary of the Interior-Hubert Work, Colorado.
Secretary of Agriculture-William M. Jardine, Kansas.
Secretary of Commerce-Herbert Clark Hoover,
California.
Secretary of Labor-James John Davis, Pennsylvania.
SUCCESSION.

The order of succession was established by an act of Congress, approved Jan. 19, 1886, and no mention was made of the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, and Labor, whose departments had not been organized at that time.

THE WHITE HOUSE.
.EVERETT SANDERS, Indiana..

Salary, $10,000

SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT.
EXECUTIVE CLERKS, Edward T. Clark, Mass. ($6,000); Rudolph Forster, D. C. ($6,000), and Maurice C
Latta, Okla. ($5,200).

The Physician to the President was appointed in July, 1924, in the person of Major James F. Coupal,
Medical Corps of the Army, who succeeded Brig. Gen. C. E. Sawyer, resigned.
The Cabinet meets on Tuesdays and Fridays at ten-thirty o'clock. The White House is open to visitors
dally except Sundays and holidays from ten to two o'clock.

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Ass't Secretary-Hanford MacNider, Iowa...$10,000 | Civilian Assistant-Herbert S. Flynn, D. C... $3,000
Ass't Secretary for Aeronautics-F. Trubee
Davison, N. Y.

Deputy Commissioner Internal

Revenue

Harris F. Mires, Wash..

7,500

Deputy Commissioner

Internal

Revenue

Robert M. Estes, Ky..

6,000

5,600 General Counsel for the Bu. of Int. Rev.-Alex-
ander W. Gregg, Tex..

1.000

Solicitor of the Treasury-Robert J. Maw-
hinney, Pa..

6,000

Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits-
Robert G. Hand, Miss.

7.000

Commissioner of the Public Debt-William S.
Broughton, Ill...

7,000

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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

Solicitor General-William D. Mitchell, Minn..$10,000, Sols. Dept. State Green H. Hackworth, Ky.

Asst. to the Atty.Gen.-Wm. J. Donovan, N.Y. 9,000
Asst. Attys. Gen.-Chas D. Lawrence, N. Y.
($8,000); Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrandt,
Cal. ($7,500); Herman J. Galloway, Ind.
($7,500): Ira Lloyd Letts, R. 1. ($7,500);
John Marshall, W. Va. ($7,500): Bertice
M. Parmenter, Okla. ($7,500); Oscar R.
Luhring, Ind. ($7,500).

POST OFFICE
Chief Clerk and Supt. of Bldgs.-Thomas J.
Howell, Mass...
$5,200
First Asst. Post. Gen. John H. Bartlett, N. H. 7,500
Second Asst. Post, Gen.-W. Irving Glover, N. J. 7,500
Third Asst. Post. Gen.-Robert S. Regar Pa.. 7,500
Fourth Asst. Post. Gen.-Harry H. Billany, Del. 7,500
Dir., Div. Postal Sav.-W. T. S. Rollins, Md.. 5,200
Solicitor-Horace J. Donnelly, D. C...........

($6,000); Dept. of Com.-Stephen B. Davis
jr., N. M.($6,000); Dept. Labor Theodore
G. Risely, I. ($6,000); Treas. Dept.-
Robert J. Mawhinney, Pa. ($6,000). Bur.
Int. Rev.-Under section 1201 (a) of the
Revenue Act of 1926, this office ceased to
exist. Alexander W. Gregg is now General
Counsel for the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
Chief Clerk-James W. Baldwin, Ind....
Dir., Bur. Invest.-John E. Hoover, D. C.....
DEPARTMENT.

$5,000

7,500

$5,200 3,300

Purch. Agent-Thomas L. Degnan, Pa.
Appointment Clerk-Audus T. Davis, Mo.
Supt. Div. of Foreign Mats-E. R. White, N. C. 4,200
Supt,, Money Orders-C. E. Matthews, Okla.. 4,200
Gen. Supt., Ry. Mall Service-A. A. Fisher, Vt. 5,200
Supt., Div. of Dead Letters and Dead Parcel
Fost-Frank C. Staley, Okla..
3,600
Chief Inspector-Rush D. Simmons, Wis...... 6,000
NAVY DEPARTMENT.

6,000

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Ch. Bu. Nav.-W. A. Shoemaker (Rear Adm.).
Ch. Bu. Ord.-C. C. Bloch (Rear Adm.).
Ch. Bu. Constr. and Rep.-John D. Beuret,
Chief Constr. (Rear Adm.).
8,000
Ca. Bu. Eng'r'g—J. Halligan Jr. (Rear Adm.).. 8,000 Hydrographer-W. S. Crosley (Capt.)..
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.
First Asst. Secretary-E. C. Finney, Kan......$7,500 1 Dir. of Reclamation
Aast, Secretary-John H. Edwards, Ind..... 7,500
Chief Clerk-Wm. Bertrand Acker, N. Y...
Admin. Asst. to Sec.-E. K. Burlew, Pa..
Chief Inspector-Jos. F. Garland, Pa..
Supervisor of Classification John Harvey, Tex.
Comm. Gen. Land Office--William Spry, Utah.
Art, Comm.Thos. C. Havell, Tenn..

8,000

Ch. Bu. Med. and Sur.-Edward R. Stitt, Sur-
geon General (Rear Adm.), M. C..
8,000
Ch. Bu. of Aero.-W. A. Moffett (Rear Adm.). 8,000
Judge Adv. Gen.-E. H. Campbell (Rear Adm.) 8,000
Pres. Nav. Ex. Bd. and Nav. Ret. Bd.-S. E. W.
Kittelle (Rear Adm.).

6,000

8,000

Dir. Naval Intell.-A. J. Hepburn (Capt.).
Supt. Nav. Obser.-E. T. Pollock (Capt.)..
Dir. Naut, Almanac-W. S. Eichelberger, Prof.
Math.....

6,000

6,000

6,000

..... 6,000

Economics-Geor.

C.

Kreutzer, Col..

.$6,000

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7,500
5,200
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Assistant Secretary-R. W. Dunlap, Ohio.. $7,500
Dir. of Scientific Work-Albert F. Woods, Md. 7,500
Dir. of Regulatory Work-W. G. Campbell, Ky. 7,500
Dir. of Extension Work-C. W. Warburton, Ia. 7,500
Dir. of Information-N. A. Crawford, Kan.... 6.000
Dir. of Personnel and Business Administration-
W. W. Stockberger, Ohio..
Solicitor R. W. Williams, Fla.

Chiefs of Bureaus-Weather Bureau- C. F. Marvin,
Ohto, $6,500; Animal Ind. J. R. Mohler, Pa., $6,500;
Dairying-C. W. Larson, N. Y., 86.000: Plant Ind.-
W. A. Taylor, Mich.. $6,500: Forest Service-W. B.
Greeley, Cal., $6,500; Chemistry-C. A. Browne,
N. Y., $6,500; Soils-M. Whitney, Md., $6,000;
Entomology-L. O. Howard, N. Y., $6,500; Biological
Survey E. W. Nelson, Ariz., $6,000, Public Roads--
T. H. MacDonald, Iowa, $6,500.

Chief, Bureau of Home Economics-Louise
Stanley, Mo...
Chairman, Insecticide and Fungicide Board-
J. K. Haywood, N. Y.

Chief, Office of Co-operative Extension Work-
C. B. Smith, Mich...
Librarian-Claribel R. Barnett, N. Y.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.
(Salaries fluctuate under the Class fication Act.)
Assistant Secretary-J. Walter Drake, Mich.
Assistant Secretary for Aeronautics-William P. Mac-
Cracken fr., Ill.

Adm. Asst. to the Secretary-Harold N. Graves, D. C.
Asst. to the Secretary-James H. MacLafferty, Cal.
Chief Clerk and Supt.-Edward W. Libbey, D. C.
Distrsing Clerk-Charles E. Molster, Ohio.
Chatel of Appoint. Div.-Clifford Hastings, Wash.
Chief. Dio. of Publications-Thom. F. McKeon, N. Y.
Calef, Div. of Supplies-Walter S. Erwin, Miss.
Dr. of the Census-Wm. M. Steuart, Mich.

Dir. Bur. of Standards-Geo. K. Burgess, Cal.
Dir. Bur. of Foreign and Domestic Commerce Julius
Klein, Mass.

Comm. of Fisheries-Henry O'Malley, Wash.
Comm. of Lighthouses-George R. Putnam, Iowa.
Dir. Coast and Geodetic Survey--E. Lester Jones, Va.
Comm. of Navigation-David B. Carson, Tenn.
Supervising Inspector General, Steamboat Inspection
Service Dickerson N. Hoover, Md.
Comm. of Patents-Thomas E. Robertson, Md.
Dir. Bur. of Mines-Scott Turner, Mich.

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Chairman, Federal Horticultural Board-C. L.
Marlatt, Kan....

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Caine, Utah..

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SUPREME OOURT OF THE UNITED STATES. (Dates in parentheses show when born and when appointed.) Chief Justice ($15,000)-William Howard Taft, | Sept. 18, 1922); Pierce Butler, of Minnesota (1866of Connecticut (1857-June 30, 1921). Associate Dec. 21, 1922); Edward Terry Sanford, of Tennessee Justices ($14,500)-Oliver Wendell Holmes, of (1865-Jan. 29, 1923); Harlan Fiske Stone, of Massachusetts (1841-Dec. 4, 1902); Willis Van New York (1872-Feb. 5, 1925). Clerk-William Devanter, of Wyoming (1859-Dec. 16, 1910); James R. Stansbury, of Washington, D. C. ($6,000). Clark McReynolds, of Tennessee (1862-Aug. 29, Marshal-Frank Key Green, of Washington, D. C. 1914); Louis D. Brandels, of Massachusetts (1856- ($4,500). Reporter-Ernest Knaebel, of Colorado June 1, 1916); George Sutherland, of Utah (1862- ($4,500).

FEDERAL CIRCUIT JUDGES ($8,500), AND THEIR HEADQUARTERS.
First (Me., Mass., N. H., R. I., Porto Rico)-
George H. Bingham, Concord, N. H.: Charles F. John-
son, Portland, Me.: George W. Anderson, Boston.
Second (Conn., N. Y., Vt.)-Learned Hand,
N. Y. City; (vacancy) New Haven: Charles
M. Hough, N. Y. City; Martin T. Manton, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.

Columbus, O.; Loyal E. Knappen, Grand Rapids,
Mich.; Chas. H. Moorman, Louisville, Ky.

Third (Del., N. J., Pa.)-Joseph Bumington, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Victor B. Woolley, Wilmington, Del.; J. Warren Davis, Trenton, N. J.

Fourth (Md., N. C., S. C., Va., W. Va.)-Edmund Waddill Jr., Richmond; (vacancy), S. C.; John C. Rose, Baltimore, Md.

Fifth (Ala., Fla., Ga., La., Miss., Tex., Canal Zone. -Richard W. Walker, New Orleans, La.; Nathan P. Bryan, Jacksonville, Fla.; Rufus E. Foster, New Orleans, La.

Seventh (Ill., Ind., Wis.)-Julian W. Mack, Cincinnati, Ohio; Samuel Alschuler, Chicago; Evan A. Evans, Madison, Wis.; Geo. T. Page, Chicago; Albert B. Anderson, Indianapolis, Ind.

Eighth (Ark., Col., fowa, Kan., Minn., Mo., Neb., N. M., N. D., Okla., 8. D., Utah, Wyo.)-Walter H. Sanborn, St. Paul, Minn.; W. S. Kenyon, Fort Dodge, fa.: Kimbrough Stone, Kansas City, Mo.; Robert E. Lewis, Denver, Col.; Arba S. Valkenburgh, Kansas City, Mo.; Wilbur F. Booth, Minneapolis, Minn.

Ninth (Ariz., Cal., Idaho, Mont., Nev., Ore. Wash., Alaska, Hawaii)-William B. Gilbert, Portland, Ore.; William W. Morrow, San Francisco; William H. Hunt, San Francisco; Frank H. Sirth (Ky., Mich., Ohio, Tenn.)-Arthur C. Rudkin, Seattle, Wash.; Erskine M. Ross, Los Denison, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Maurice H. Donahue, Angeles. FEDERAL COURT OF CLAIMS. Chief Justice ($8,000)--Edward K. Campbell, of James Hay, of Va.; Samuel J. Graham, of Pa.: Ala. Judges ($7,500)-Fenton W. Booth, of Ill.; McKenzie Moss, of Ky. FEDERAL COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEAL. Presiding Judge-William J. Graham, of Ill.; | Indiana; Charles S. Hatfield, of Ohio. Marshal Associate Judges-James F. Smith, of California; Frank H. Briggs, of Maine. Clerk-Arthur B. ShelOrion M. Barber, of Vermont; Oscar E. Bland, of ton, Washington, D. C. DISTRICT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES-(Judges, $7,500 Each). District. Judges. Addresses. App. District. Judges. Ala.: N.&M..Henry D. Clayton.. Montgomery..1914 New Jersey..Joseph L. Bodine...Trenton.. "N . Wm. I. Grubb.....Birmingham..1909 Wm. N. Runyon...Newark.....1923 8. D... Robert T. Ervin...Mobile.. 1917 New Mexico.. Colin Neblett......Sante Fe. Wm. H. Sawtelle...Tucson.. 1913 .Orie L. Phillips. .Sante Fe. ..1923 N. Y.: N. D..Frank Cooper.. Albany. W. D.John R. Hazel. .Buffalo.

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Ariz. F. C. Jacobs.......Globe. Ark.: E. D..Jacob Trieber. Little Rock...1900 W. D..F. A. Youmans. .Fort Smith...1911 Cal.; N. D... Frank H. Kerrigan.. San Francisco, 1924 "N. D...A. F. St. Sure. .San Francisco.1925 8. D...William P. James..Los Angeles... 1915 "S. D...E. J. Henning.....Los Angeles...1925 "S. D.....Paul J. McCormick Los Angeles...1924 Colorado. ..John F. Symes.....Denver.. Connecticut..Edwin S. Thomas.. Norwalk. Delaware.... Hugh M. Morris... Wilmington...1919 Fla.: N. D... W. B. Sheppard. Pensacola....1907 N. C.; E. D..I. M. Meekins... Elizabeth City.1925 S. D...Rhydon M. Call...Jacksonville...1913

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W. D.Edwin Y. Webb....Charlotte.....1919
W. D.James E. Boyd....Greensboro...1900
1919 N. Dakota... Chas. F. Amidon...Fargo..
..Andrew Miller.....Bismarck.....1922
Ohio: N. D..John M. Killits....Toledo.

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* N. D..D. C. Westenhaver. Cleveland....1917 N. D..Paul Jones. Youngstown..1923 S. D... Smith Hickenlooper.Cincinnati....1923 S. D...B. W. Hough......Cincinnati....1925 Okla.: E. D.R. L. Williams. ..Muskogee..

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"8. D... W. H. Barrett. .Augusta. Idaho... Frank S. Dietrich..Boise.

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Ill.: N. D...J. H. Wilkerson....Chicago..
"N. D...Geo. A. Carpenter.. Chicago.
"N. D....Adam C. Cliffe.. .Chicago.
"S. D...Louis Fitz Henry...Peoria.
"E. D...(vacancy).
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Iowa: N. D.. Geo. C. Scott..

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.South Bend...1924 Sioux City....1922 8. D..Martin J. Wade. Davenport....1915 Kansas... . John C. Pollock....Kansas City..1903 Ky.; W. D...C. I. Dawson.. .Louisville.....1925 "E. D... A. M. J. Cochran.. Covington.. La.: E. D....Louis H. Burns....New Orleans. .1926 W. D... Benj. C. Dawkins. . Monroe, ..John A. Peters..... Portland. .. Clarence Hale.....Po tland.

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.Jas. M. Morton jr.. New Bedford..1912
.J. A. Lowell.... ..Boston.
.E. H. Brewster....Springfield.
Mich.: E. D. Arthur J. Tuttle...Detroit..
E. D. Charles C. Simons.. Detroit..
W. D.C. W. Sessions..... Grand Rapids. 1911
...F. M. Raymond....Grand Rapids. 1925
Minnesota...J. W. Molyneaux... Minneapolis...1925
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W. D.Harry B. Anderson. Memphis...
Tex.: E. D.. W. Lee Estes......Texarkana....1920
W. D..Du Val West.. ..San Antonio..1916
W. D..C. A. Boynton..... El Paso..
N. D..James C. Wilson... Fort Worth...1919
N. D..Edward R. Meek...Dallas..
N. D..William H. Atwell.. Dallas..
S. D...J. C. Hutcheson jr..Houston..
Utah.
Till. D. Johnson...Salt Lake City1915
Vermont....Harland B. Howe.. Burlington.
Va.: E. D...D. L. Groner. .Norfolk.
"W. D...H. C. McDowell... Lynchburg.
Wash.:W. D. Ed. E. Cushman...Tacoma.

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E. D..J. Stanley Webster. Spokane..
W.Va.:N. D. W. E. Baker.. .Elkins..
6. D..G. W. McClintic... Charleston..
Wls.: E. D..F. A. Geiger.
W. D..C. Z. Luse.
Wyoming..
...T. B. Kennedy....Cheyenne.

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.Great Falls...1924
Nebraska....Jas. W. Woodrough.Omaha....
Thos. C. Munger... Lincoln.
Nevada.. .E. S. Farrington...Carson City...1907
N. Hamp....George F. Morris...Littleton.. .1921
New Jersey.. John Rellstab......Trenton......1919
William Clark.....Newark......1926

.Milwaukee....1913 ..Superior......1921

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