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Wealth, Debt and Taxation in New York State

Source: New York State Department of Taxation and Finance
Yr. End Assessed Val. Tax Ratel Tares Funded Ordinary Ordinary

Appropria June 30 Property (Mills) Levied Debt. Gr. Receipts Disburse. tions Dollars

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars 1920. 12,989,433,733 2.695 35,006,524 236.024.000 115,678,480 94,100,072 145,219,906 1921. 14,850,989,607 1.5043 22,340,344 267,729.000 147.427,529 135.870,056 145,798,092 1922 15.390,393,973 1.2915 19,876,700 266,998,000 128,106,772 129.608,264 149,363.753 1923. 16,233,729,387 2.00 32,467,459 264,244,500 133,562,754 135,618,071 161,322,867 1924. 17,346,635,443 1.50 26,019,953 308,491,000 150,516,166 150.840,295 158,122,187 1925. 19,018,981,378 1.50

28,528,472 318,456,000 165,523,470 167,476,861 173,382,940 1926. 20.795,221,086 1.00 20,795,221 315,520,000 179,924,705 178,016,047 189,586,714 1927 22,958,837.107 1.00 22,958,837 341,059,000 200, 153,177 188,789,655 219,352,309 1928 25,332,627,968 0.50 12,666,314 359,817,000 223,116,417 217,772,625 236.278.390 1929. 27,034,695,261 None None 355,233,000 254,309,361 231,182,329 268.463,989 1930. 28,602,349,548 None None 382,179,000 276,698,957 259,958,917 319,538,690 1931 29,513,043,980 None None 411,298,000 269,061,542 310,770,479 323,970,126 1932.

29,553,417,426 None None 444,157,000 232.970,463 332.748.609 308,021,632 1933. 28,281,820,555 None None 466,316,000 227,617,970 279,945,301 223,588,484 1934, 26,257,985,654 None None 559,025,000 267,258,055 238,038,386 325,319,499 1935. 25,675,672,127 None None 613,034,000 266,084,809 299,676,608 359,997,667 1936 25,667,925,760 None None 619,897,000 341,736,802 302,468,382 297,690,519 1937. 25,559,625,288 None None 663,760,000 370,478,555 320.083,795 400,949.065 1938. 25,620,825,727 None None 661,823,000 399,161,879 380,452,485 393,462,382 1939. 25,687.333,789 None None 671,731,000 371,203,177 401,006,535 391,730,241 1940. 25,752,029,264 None None 404,296,822 635,544,000 405,489,438 393,802,989 1941. 25,589,032,927 None None 676,157,000 427,309,207 391,047,794 388,154,890 1941 appropriations figures are those chargeable against State revenues.

NEW YORK STATE'S REVENUE FROM TAXATION-CHIEF SOURCES Year Ended General Corpora

Stock Personal Motor June 30

Other and Property

Inherit'nce Transfers tions

Income Vehicles Total Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars 1921.

22,340,344 48,113,698 18,135,507 7,105,902 18,250,000 8,298.735 124,911,590 1922.

19,876,700 40,471,396 15,385,042 7.708,924 14,900,000 10,652,349 111,826,274 1923.

32,467,459 38.322.626 17,786,389 8,573,220 17,900,000 13,278,674 132,217.735 1924.

26.019.953 44.001,537 19,369,394 7,078,198 9,583,333 18,528,012 129,889,493 1925.

28,528,472 52,013,501 23.584,767 12.303,037 10,490,577 19,324, 181 151,545,652 1926.

20,795,221 54,201.646 22,222,748 15,801,074 14,405,068 21,506,984 155,471,308 1927

22,958,837 64,439,188 24,479.953 15,848.803 26,258,582 23,966,612 184,443,992 1928.

22,900,620 58,692,638 35,566,274 22,261,298 31,434,275 25,413,454 193,625,731 1929.

12,616,490 62,707,154 47.164.582 33,704,490 41,760,167 | 29,471,907 254,309,361 1930.

None 71,845,915 50.395,171 38,889,840 40,246,520 30,163,826 276.673,957 1931.

None 72,122,730 52,587,631 20,698,207 19,747,427 31,207,394 269,061,542 1932

None 60,424,278 45,727,168 17.031,865 19,472,686 30,535,062 327.776,908 1933.

None 46,119,368 34,032,82031,570,729 24,879,285 29,879,889 231,464,932 1934.

None 38,066,563 33,007,634 33,277,615 37,361,941 29.757,921 270,785,208 1935.

None 38,553,296 29,668,781 15,955,651 47,951,554 32,190,830 266,084,809 1936

None 67,959,541 26,420.251 34,353,662 77,955,269 33,373,019 341,736,802 1937

None 69, 482,773 33,580,613 33,843,463 121,261,517 47,431.134 396,619,462 1938

None 89.829,875 33,972,093 20,675,922 123,472.167 49,575,047 444.000,403 1939

None 87,149,909 35,449,571 19.312.750 103,347,249 46,943,652 416,286,611 1940.

None 94,503,667 27,955,769 19,348,584 104,720,691 50,950,126 449,912,538 1941.

None 96,780,572 27,667,795 11,807,832 |115,965,759 55,254,012 484.646,241 Other sources of (1941) State revenue include-motor fuels, $75,380,961, alcoholic beverages, and license fees, $55,520,379; cigarettes, $23,845,919. N. Y. STATE EQUALIZATION TABLE FOR TAXABLE REAL PROPERTY FOR 1941 (Average rate of assessment for the State --87.41154602+ per cent.) Rate

Rate Counties Assessed of Equalized Counties Assessed of

Equalized valuation assess. value

valuation assess. value Albany $325,792,225 83 $343,108,459 | Oneida

$210,492,388 78 $235,890,578 Allegany 64,687,182 99 57,115,218 |Onondaga. 429,321,412

426,450,550 Bronx. 1.971.210.326 91 1.893,478,485 || Ontario

72,018,690 83

75,846,567 Broome 185,933.213 85 191,208,348 || Orange

177,598,184 84

184,811.094 Cattaraugus 69,176,021 78 77,522,858 | Orleans.

33,651,594 95

30,963,557 Cayuga 80,961,424 95 74,494,349 Oswego

55,310,373 74

65,334,665 Chautauqua 132,724,505 78 148,739,156 Otsego

50,560,654 81

54,562,777 Chemung 69,010,018 72 83.781,560 Putnam

33,109.606 66

43,850,936 Chenango 29,490,344 84 30,688,054 Queens

2,364,591,431 87

2,376,776,927 Clinton. 17,072,420 41 36,398,211 Rensselaer

122,691,268 78

137,495,299 Columbia. 37.198,384 64 50,805,754 Richmond

300, 303,031 90 291.666,135 Cortland 27,462,987 83 28.922,676 Rockland.

61,098,743 55

97,104,284 Delaware. 37,938,859 81 40,941,906 St. Lawrence. 74,291,596 76

85,446,622 Dutchess 119,022,964 64 162,562,208 Saratoga

77.620,179 68

99,777,939 Erie.

1,245, 650,607 82 1,327,856,650 Schenectady 194,439.807 82 207,271,758 Essex 26,441,215 60 38,521,125 Schoharie.

18.623.483 75 21,705,433 Franklin 37,443,310 68 48,132,024 Schuyler.

11,778,070 81

12,710.362 Fulton 50,061,300 83 52.722,116 Seneca,

21,651,950 82

23,080,859 Genesee 54,249,796 83 57,133,235 Steuben

62,501,363

78,047,725 Greene 19,486,025 53 32,137,803 Suffolk

286,961,704 50 499,927.093 Hamilton. 12,634,057 54 20,451,157 Sullivan

42,124,252 49

75,145,836 Herkimer. 72,728.177 77 82,562,109 Tioga.

26,369, 108 96 24,010,047 Jefferson. 96, 248,028 87 96,703,321 | Tompkins

62,823,568 94

58,420,268 Kings. 3,898,280.624 92 3,703,855,828 Ulster

63.832,967 50 111,594,767 Lewis 21.135,537 74 24.966,080 Warren.

62.748,652 89

61,628,726 Livingston. 48,693,545 92 46,264,978 Washington.

30,824,514 73

36,909,842 Madison 34,755, 204 76 39,973,765 Wayne.

50,452,753 81

54,446,335 Monroe

684,428,885 84 712,226,036 Westchester. 1,584,844,099 87 1,592,341,068 Montgomery 48,694,203 64 66.370,225 Wyoming

33,753.424 87 33,913,092 Nassau. 1,153,622,851 100 1,008,399.569 / Yates..

19,237,326 77 21,838,498 New York. 8,019,014,566 92 7.619,070,225 Niagara. 263,257.936 84 273,949,800

25,589,032,9271 25,589,032,927 The full value at rate of assessment would total $29,274,202,428.

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New York State Personal Income Tax Law

Source: State Income Tax Bureau The New York State Personal Income Tax Law divided between two individuals. provides, with respect to any fiscal year beginning Returns are due on or before April 15 of each on or after October 1, 1934, as follows:

year with respect to the previous calendar year or The ordinary tax based on net income which is

on or before the fifteenth day of the fourth month compated as usual is levied at the following gradu. following the close of a fiscal year. ated rates, which are applied to the amount of net

A fiscal year means an accounting period of 12 income after reflecting credit for he personal months ending on the last day of any month other exemptions: 2% on the 1st $1,000: 3% on the 2nd than December. and 3rd $1,000; 4% on the 4th and 5th $1.000: 5% Residents and non-residents of N. Y. State are on the 6th and 7th $1,000; 6% on the 8th and 9th taxable--a resident on income from all sources $1,000; 7% on all over $9.000.

except those specifically exempted by the law; a A single person, or a married person not living nonresident on compensation from services actually with husband or wife, may claim a personal ex- rendered in New York, or income derived from a emption of $1.000.

business carried on, or from real estate located A person, who, during the taxable year, was the within, New York State. head of a family, or was married and living with A return is required of every taxpayer where 11 husband or wife, may claim an exemption of $2.500 single his net income for the taxable year is $1.000 Only one exemption of $2,500 is permitted against or more or if married and living with husband o the aggregate net income received by husband and wife the aggregate net income of both is $2.500 or wife.

more. If the exemption status changes during the tax- A return must be rendered in any case irrespecable year the exemption allowable for the periods tive of the amount of net income where the gross prior and subsequent to the change must be income amounts to $5,000 or over: apportioned on the basis of time.

Where a taxpayer actually changes residence A "head of a family is an individual who from or to the State during a taxable year, a return actually supports and maintains, as a family unit, is required to be filed for period of residence and one or more dependent individuals who are closely one for period of non-residence, provided the net connected with him by blood relationship, relation income is of sufficient amount for the whole taxable ship by marriage or by adoption, and whose right period as defined above to require one. to exercise family control and provide for these The normal tax may be paid in full at the time dependent individuals is based upon some moral or the return is filed or it may be paid in instalments legal obligation.

consisting of one-half of the tax at the time the In addition to the personal exemptions just men- return is filed, one-fourth of the tax on or before tioned, an allowance of $400 may be claimed for two months and the remaining one-fourth of the each person other than husband or wife under tax on or before six months after the due date of eighteen years of age, or incapable of self-support the return. because mentally or physically defective, who was In addition to the normal tax there is due a net receiving his or her chief support from the tax- capital gain tax. Net capital gain is the excess of payer. If the exemption status changed during the gain over loss with respect to the sale or exchange year the exemption must be apportioned. The de- cf capital assets. The rate is one-half of the pendency credit can be elaimed only by the person normal rates. It, also, is payable in instalments in who provides the chief support and cannot be the same manner as the normal tax.

UNINCORPORATED BUSINESS TAX A temporary emergency tax is imposed by Article, if such person is actively engaged in the conduct 16-A of the New York State Tax Law. This is a tax of the business. on net incomes of unincorporated businesses and is The amount so allowable can, in no event, exceed due with respect to the calendar year 1941 or any in the aggregate 20% of net income nor can it exfiscal year ending in 1942. The tax is imposed at ceed $5,000 for each individual or member. the rate of 4% of net income of any unincorporated If business is carried on both within and without business wholly or partly carried on within New New York State the net income must be apporYork State.

tioned so as to allocate to the State a proportion of An exemption of $5,000 is permitted, and the tax the total income which under the circumstances is not due in those cases in which the net income is in each case, will equitably reflect the amount of less than the exemption.

income actually earned within the State. The computation of gross income and net income The returns must be made in conjunction with follows closely the computation made for purposes the returns filed under the provisions of the Perof the Personal Income Tax Law. However, in ad-sonal Income Tax Law Special blanks for this dition to the deductions permitted for the Personal purpose have been prepared by the Tax Commission Income Tax there is allowed a reasonable amount and should be secured by every unincorporated on account of the personal services of the individual business entity which is subject to the tax. conducting the business or the members of a part- The tax is payable in full at the time the return nership carrying on an unincorporated business, is filed.

New York State adopted the personal income tax in 1919. The State retains all but an amount which is approximately one-half of the revenue collected at the original rates and apportions such amount to cities, towns, villages and, in some instances, school districts. The additional taxes due to increased rates, 1931 and since, are retained by the State.

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Class
Number
Deposits ($1,000)

Resources ($1,000)
In Outsidel
In Outside

In
As of
N. Y.

Outside
N. Y.
Total
N. Y. N. Y.

Total
N. Y. N. Y.

Totai June 30, 1941

City
City
State
City City

State
City City

State Trust companies 39 120

159 11,657,463 1,338.481 12,995,944 12,945,822 1,496.268 14,442,091 State banks..

10 116

126

44,594 117,464 162,058 52.771 134,702 187,473 Private bankers

6
133,817

160,453 Savings banks.. 57 77

134 4,468,6061,179 948! 5,648,554 5,073,828 1,352,943) 6,426,771 Savings banks figures are as of June 30; the others, as of January 1, 1941, Industrial banks (June 30, 1941) 15; deposits, $59, 125.000; resources, $72, 126,000. Savings and loan associations, 198; deposits, $236,240,000: resources, $266,590,000. Savings and loan bank, 1; deposits, $340,000; resources, $3,919,000. Credit unions, 217; deposits, $13,799,000; resources, $16,092,000. Safe deposit companies, 84; resources, $ 15,124,000. Investment companies, 17; deposits, $110,852,000; resources, $1,134,017,000. Licensed lenders, 308; resources, $78,223,000. Total deposits in all banking institutions, $19,360,729,000; resources. $22,802,879.000.

Convictions for Crime in New York State

Source: New York State Department of Correction
Courts of Record
Courts of Special Sessions

All
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As- In-

C'ts Yr. Ag'st Prop., Prop.

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Va- Liq'r

Total the With W'out Other Tot. Third са- Mis- Lar

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Law
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Con-
Pers. Viol. Viol.

Deg.
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vict'as 1915. 1,830 1,858 2,000 4,470|10,158 3,609 26,248 26,685 6,594 7,966 1.280 72,382 82,540 1920. 352 963 1.703 3,838 6,856 1,503 5,287 20.884 4,644 1.398 119 33,835 40,691 1925.. 2,208] 1,190 1,941 3,576 8,913 2 062 15.670 43.111 3.820 3.623 2 68,288 77,202 1930. 2,092 944 1.589 7.209 11,739 3,303/30.521 122,094) 6.887| 7.774

163,781

175.530 1932 753 928 2.506 5,506) 9,693 3,52334,295 561,970 7,328 19,145

626,261 636,954 1933.. 905 722 2,118 5,2401 8,985 3,932 36,729 422,843] 9,323 13,999

486,826 495,811 1934..] 1,115 812 2,092 8.230 12,249 4,258 44,296 482,710 8,967 11,217

551,448 563,697 1935. 1.376 1,022

950
5,730 9,078 3,504 38,553 293,035 8,260 11.212

354,664 363,743 1936.. 1,541 1,123 1,076 4,664 8,404 4,51639,974 321,981 7,459 11,470

385,400 393,804 1937.. 1,608/ 2.043 1,529 3,754 8,934 3,631 40,32i 1,020,297 6,982 8.178) 1,360 1,080,769 1.089.703 1938. 2.072) 1,506 1.590 3,812 8,980 3,550 32,314 1,116,654 7.597 8,980 9221,161,037 1,070,017 1939.. 2,001 1.422 1.641 4,306 9,370 3,320 32.743 1,193,709 6,766 9,423 941 1,246,901 1,256,271 1940.11 1.8571 1,220 1,407 4,763 9,247 3.06031,141 1,086,803 6,339 8,420 976 1,146,739 1,155,986

The increase, 1937 and since, in "other misdemeanors" and "total" for Courts of Special Sessions, and the total for all courts (last column) is due to the inclusion of traffic cases.

In 1939 the arraignments in Courts of Record throughout the State totaled 11,824; acquittals were 2,454; convictions, 9,370.

of the convictions, 855 were verdict of the jury; 8,515 were by plea of the accused.

State Prisons-Attica, at Attica, Wyoming 2,797; Wallkill Prison, 458; Women's Prison, 204; County; Auburn, at Auburn, Cayuga County: Elmira Reformatory, -1,707; Institution for DerecGreen Haven, under construction at Green Haven, tive Delinquents, Napanoch, 955; Institution for Dutchess County; Clinton, at Dannemora, Clinton Defective Delinquents, Woodbourne, 661; N. Y. County; Great Meadow, at Comstock, Washington State Vocational Institution, Coxsackie, 636; MatCounty; Sing Sing, at Ossining, Westchester teawan State Hospital, 1,511; Dannemora' State County: Wallkill, at Wallkill, Ulster County: State Hospital, 1,139; Albion State Training School, 373: Prison for Women, at Bedford Hills.

Westfield Staté Farm-Reformatory, 266. The Green Haven prison, scheduled to be ready State Institutions for Criminal Insane-Matfor occupancy on Oct. 15, 1941, is 18 miles from teawan State Hospital, at Beacon, Dutchess Poughkeepsie It will have individual cells for County; Dannemora State Hospital, at Dannemora, 2,018 prisoners, in addition to 100 cells in the Clinton County. segregation quarters, where incoming convicts Institution for Male Defective Delinquents, are detained for health examinations before being Napanoch, Ulster County; Albion State Training assigned to regular cells. (Sing Sing has 2,640 School (females), Albion, Orleans County: Institucells.) The regular cells will be arranged in two tion for Defective Delinquents, Woodbourne, Sul. U-shaped blocks, each containing four units of livan County. 252.

These blocks will appear similar from the State Reformatories--Elmira Reformatory, at outside, but the east block will have its three Elmira, Chemung County; Westfield State Farm, tiers of cells arranged along balconies, while the at Bedford Hills, Westchester County. The Elmira west block will have them on complete floors. This Reformatory receives from the courts sentenced is because convicts have been found to "react dif- male criminals not under 16 nor over 30 years of ferently to the two types of construction.

age who are convicted ofor who plead guilty to a All facilities necessary for the operation of the felony for the first time. prison will be situated outside the walls to pre- The House of Refuge, on Randalls Island, New vent them from being cut off in a convict uprising. York City, established in 1824 by the Society for A dam was laid across Gardner Hollow Creek at the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents in the Poughquog. 4 miles east of the prison, and a pipe | City of New York, became part of the State Deline laid to filter beds and a reservoir just south-partment of Correction on July 1, 1932, and its west of the Institution's site. The prison will be name was changed to the New York State Vocarectangular, contained within walls 30 feet high tional Institution, which, April 15, 1935, was -two feet higher than those at Sing Sing. The established in its new location, at West Coxsackie, walls, of reinforced concrete, are 18 inches thick Greene County, N. Y. All the boys in the House of at the top and 30 inches at the base.

Refuge under 16 years of age have been transferred The number of inmates in the State penal insti- to the New York State Training School for Boys, tutions (as of June 30, 1940) was---Attica Prison, at Warwick, Orange County. Boys 16 to 18 years of 2.266; Auburn Prison, 1,702; Clinton Prison, 2,149; age may be committed, except for crimes punishGreat Meadow Prison, 1,501; Sing Sing Prison, able by death or life imprisonment.

The Crime Situation in New York State (U. S. Census Report) In the State of New York, in 1939, of 10,153 per- theft, 2,375 (2,026); Auto theft, 732 (623); Embezsons charged with major offenses, 7,924 were con

zlement and fraud, 17 (5); Stolen property, receivvicted. The number of persons charged with various ing, etc., 177 (85); Forgery and counterfeiting, 408 crimes (convictions in parenthesis) was as follows:

(327).

Rape, 437_(294); Commercialized vice, 28 (18): Murder, 106 (61); Manslaughter, 222 (139); Rob

Other sex offenses, 334 (248); Violating drug laws. bery, 947 (691); Aggravated assault, 816 (568).

39 (30); Carrying, etc., weapons, 389 (314); Other Burglary, 2,413 (2,058); Larceny, except auto | major offenses, 713 (437).

The New York State Police

Source: Division of State Police The Division of State Police in the Executive | Letchworth and Allegany State parks. The headDepartment of the State of New York was estab- quarters of the Superintendent, Major John A. lished by the Legislature in 1917. It consists of Warner, are in the Capitol, Albany. The deputy six troops of 110 officers and men each, with bar- superintendent is George P. Dutton; executive of racks in Batavia (Troop A, Capt. Winfield W. Rob- ficer, Stanley C. Beagle. inson), Malone (Troop B, Capt. Francis S. McGar- The duties are to prevent and detect crime and vey), Sidney (Troop C, Capt. Daniel E. Fox). to apprehend criminals and to enforce the State's Oneida (Troop D. Capt. Stephen McGrath), Troy motor vehicle laws. (Troop G, Capt. John M. Keeley), and Hawthorne In 1940 mounted patrols covered 39,522 miles; (Troop K, Capt. John A. Gaffney), and with semi- motorcycle and automobile patrols, 12,620, 138 miles; permanent substations scattered through the state. 64,054 arrests; 60,290 convictions; automobiles reThere are also officers and men policing State covered, 606; sheep-killing dogs killed, 198. Properparks and parkways on Long Island, with head- ty recovered, $383,328.11; aggregate of fines col. quarters at Babylon; and the Bronx River parkway, I lected, $370,978 45.

New York State Legislature, 1942
(Meets each year first Wednesday in January; members receive $2,500 salary)

SENATORS ELECTED IN 1940 TO SERVE IN 1941-42 1-Perry B. Duryea, R.,

18-Chas. Muzzicato, R-AL, Manh'n 35-Fred A. Young, R., Lowville 2-Seymour Halpern, R., Kew Gar 19-Charles D. Perry, D., Mann'n 36---W. H. Hampton, R., Utica 3--P.T. Farrell, D., Ea. Elmhurst 20-A, A, Falk, D. Mannattan 37--I. B Mitchell, R. La Fargeville 4-Carmine J. Marasco, D.,B'ki'n. 21-Lazarus Joseph, D., Bronx 38-G. Frank Wallace, R., Syracuse William Kirnan, D., B'klyn122 -Carl Pack, D., Bronx

39---W. W. Stokes, R., Middlefield 6-Edward J. Coughlin, D., Bk'lyn23-John J. Dunnigan, D., Bronx 40—Roy M. Page, R., Binghamton 7--J. J. Schwartzwald, D., B'klyn||24-Roht. E. Johnson, R., West'l'gh 41 C. B. Hammond, R., Elmira. 8-J. A. Esquirol, D., Brooklyn 125-P. W. Williamson, R.,Scarsdale| 42-H. W. Grimth, R., Palmyra 9-Daniel Gutman, D., Brooklyn||26-Wm. F. Condon, R., Yonkers 43-E. S. Warner, R., Phelps 10-Jere F. Twomey, D., Brooklyn 27--T. C. Desmond, R., Newburgh 44–J. R. Hanley, R., Perry 11-James J. Crawford, D., B'klyn| 28A. A. Ryan, Jr., R., Rhinebeck 45--Rodney B.Janes, R. Pittsford 12-E. F. Quinn, D., Manhattan 29-A. H. Wicks, R., Kingston 46-K. K. Bechtold, R., Rochester 13-Phelps Phelps, D., Manhattan || 30 Julian B. Erway, D., Albany 47-Wm. Bewley, R., Lockport 14—Wm. J. Murray, D., Manhat'n 31-C. C.Hastings, RW.Sand Lake 48—W. J. Mahoney, R., Buffalo 15-John L. Buckley. D.. Manhat'n 32-G. T. Seelye, R., Burnt Hills 49-8 J. Wojtkowiak, D., Buffalo 16-F. J. McCaffrey, D., Manhat'n 33-B. F. Feinberg, R., Plattsburg | 50-C.o.Burney.Jr., R., Willmsville 17-F. R. Coudert, Jr., R., Manh'n||34-Rhoda F.Graves, R., Gouvernr./151-Jas. W. Riley, R., Olean

ASSEMBLYMEN ELECTED IN 1940 TO SERVE IN 1941-42 Albany-(1) Geo. W. Foy, D.; (2) Mortimer A. Hester St.; (3) Maurice E. Downing, D., 402

Cullen, D., (Both Albany); (3) John McBain, W. 20th St.; (4) Leonard Farbstein, D., 504 R., Watervliet.

Grand St.; (5) Owen McGivern, D., 431 W. Allegany- William H. MacKenzie, R., Belmont. 44th St.; (6) Morris M. Mintz, D., 390 E. Bronx-(1) Matthew J. H. McLaughlin, D., 410 E. 8th St.; (7) Irwin D. Davidson, D., 144 W. 86th 159th St.; (2) Patrick J. Fogarty, D., 446 E. 140th

St.; (8) S. J. Jarema, D., 137 Ave. A; (9) Ira H. St.; 13) 'Arthur Wachtel, D., 818 Manida St.; Holley, D., 562 West End Ave.; (10) MacNeil (4) Isidore Dollinger, D., 1250 Franklin Ave.; Mitchell, R., 305 Lexington Ave.;'(11) P. H. Sul(5) Julius J. Gans, D., 1016 Faile St.; (6) Peter livan, D., 395 Riverside Dr.; (12) Edmund J. A. Quinn, D., 1551 Williamsbridge Rd.; (7) Louis Delany, D., 245 E. 21st St.; (13) James T. McNaBennett, D., 787 E. 175th St.; (8) John A. Devany, mara, D., 41 Convent Ave.; (14) Warren J. Jr., D., 120 W. 183d St.

McCarron, D., 520 E. 77th St.; (16) Abbot Low Broome-(1) Floyd E. Anderson, R., Maine; (2) Moffat, R., 660 Park Ave.; (16) Robert F. WagOrlo M. Brees, R., Endicott.

ner, Jr., D.-AL., 530 E. 86th St.; (17) Hulan E. Cataraugus-Leo P. Noonan, R., Farmersville.

Jack, D., 1867 7th Ave., (18) Hamlet 6. CatenacCayuga-James H. Chase, R., Aurora.

cio, R.-AL., 149 E 116th St.; (19) Daniel Chautauqua-(1) E. Herman Magnuson, R., James- Burrows, D., 2257 7th Ave., (20) Anthony Guida, town; (2) Carl E. Darling, R., Dunkirk.

D., 409 E. 122d St.; (21) William T. Andrews, Chemung-Harry J. Tifft, R., Horseheads.

D., 270 Convent Ave.; (22) Daniel Flynn, D., Chenango-Irving M. Ives, R., Norwich.

3657 Broadway; (23) William J. A. Glancy, D., Clinton-Leslie G. Ryan, R., Rouses Point.

160 Cabrini Blvd. Columbia-Fred A. Washburn, R., Hudson. Niagara--(1) Jacob E. Hollinger, R., Middleport; Cortland-Harold L. Creal, R., Homer.

(2) Harry D. Suitor, R., Youngstown. Delaware-William T. A. Webb, R., Sidney. Oneida--(1) Frank A. Emma, D., Utica; (2) W. R. Dutchess-(1) Howard N. Allen, R., Pawling; (2)

Williams, R., Cassville; (3) C. D. Williams, R., Emerson D. Fite, R., Poughkeepsie.

Remsen. Erie (Buffalo, unless otherwise noted)-(1) Frank Onondaga-(1) Leo W. Breed, R., Baldwinsville; A. Gugino, R.; (2) Harold B. Ehrlich, R.; (3)

(2) George B. Parsons, R.; (3) Frank J. Costello, Fred M. Hammer, D.; (4) Frank J. Caffery, D.;

R. (Both Syracuse). (5) Philip V. Baczkowski, D.; (6) Jerome Ontario-Harry R. Marble, R., (R. D.) Holcomb. Krienheder, R.; (7) Justin C. Morgan, R., Ken

Orange-(1) Lee B. Mailler, R., Cornwall; (2) more; (8) John Pillion, R..

Charles N. Hammond, R.. Sparrow Bush. Essex-s. F. Wickes, R., Ticonderoga.

Orleans-John S. Thompson, R. Medina. Franklin-Wm. L. Doige, R., Chateaugay.

Oswego-Ernest J. Lonis, R., Hannibal. Fulton and Hamilton John R. Young love, R.

Otsego-Chester T. Backus, R., Morris. Genesee Herbert A. Rapp, R., Darien Center.

Putnam, D Mallory Stephens, R., Brewster. Greene-William Brady, R., Coxsackie.

Queens-(1) Charles J. Dalzell, D., 23-26 33d St., Herkimer-Leo A. Lawrence, R., Herkimer. Jefferson-Russell Wright, R., Watertown.

Astoria; (2) George F. Torsney, D., 40-01 50th

Ave., L. I. City; (3) John V. Downey, D., 32-27 Kings(all Brooklyn)-(1) Lewis M. Olliffe, R.,

83d St., Jackson Heights; (4) Henry J. Latham, 199 Bergen St.; (2) Leo F. Rayfiel, D., 1818 Ave.

R., 90-10 150th St., Jamaica; (5) John H. Ferril, L.; (3) Michael J. Gillen, D., 82 Pioneer St.;

D., 425 Beach 137th St., Rockaway Beach; (6) (4) Bernard Austin, D., 559 Bedford Ave.; (5)

George Archinal, R., 77-32 78th St., Glendale. John R. Starkey, D.-AL., 916 Putnam Ave.; (6)

Rensselaer-(1) J. Eugene Zimmer, AL., Troy; (2) Robert J. Crews, R.-AL., 100 Hart St.: (7) John F. Furey, D., 338 55th St.; (8) Charles J. Becki- Maurice Whitney. Ř., Berlin.

Richmond-(1) Charles Bormann, D., Stapleton, nella, D., 615 Warren St.; (9) Edgar F. Moran,

S. 1.; (2) Albert V. Maniscalco, D., Staten Isl. D., 447 81st St.; (10) Francis E. Dorn, R., 48

Rockland Robert Doscher, R., Pearl River. Sterling Pl.; (11) Eugene F. Bannigan, D., 520

St. Lawrence (1) G. F. Daniels, R., Ogdensburg; Lincoln Pl.; (12) James W. Feely, 'D., 300

(2) Allan P. Sill, R., Massena. 11th St.; (13) Ralph Schwartz, D.-AL., 288

Saratoga-Richard J. Sherman, R., Saratoga Spgs. Ainslie St.; (14) Harry Gittleson, D.-AL., 61

Schenectady-(1) Oswald D. Heck, R., (2) Harold Harrison Ave.; (15) John Smolenski, D.-AL.,

Armstrong, R., (Both Schenectady). 1044 Manhattan Ave.; (16) Louis L. Fried2094 E. 4th St.; (17) Fred G.

Schoharie-Arthur L. Parsons, R., Central Bridge.

Schuyler-Dutton S. Peterson, R., Odessa. Moritt, D.-AL., 650 Greene Ave., (18) Irwin

Seneca-Lawrence W. Van Cleef, R., Seneca Falls. Steingut, D.-AL., 706 Eastern Pkwy.; (19) Max

Steuben--(1) Edith c. Cheney, R., Corning; (2) M. Turshen, D., 503 Bushwick Ave.; (20) Roy H.

William M. Stuart, R., Canisteo. Rudd, D., 1116 Jefferson Ave., (21) Thomas A.

Suffolk (1) Edmund R. Lupton, R., Mattituck, Dwyer, D., 2212 Ditmas Ave.; (22) J. A, Corcoran,

L. I.; (2) Elisha T. Barrett, R., Brightwaters, D., 161 Barberry St.; (23) Robert Giordano, D.,

L. I. 2346 Pacific St.

Sullivan-James G. Lyons, D., Monticello,
Lewis Benj. H. Demo, R., Croghan.
Livingston-James W. Ward, R.

Tioga-Myron D. Albro, R., Lounsberry.
Madison-Wheeler Milmoe, R., Canastota.

Tompkins-Stanley C. Shaw, R., Ithaca. Monroe (Rochester unless otherwise noted)-(1) Ulster-John F. Wadlin, R., Highland. Frank J. Sellmayer, Jr., R., Brighton; (2) Abra- Warren-Harry A. Reoux, R., Warrensburg. ham Schulman, R.; (3) George Manning, R.; Washington--Henry Neddo, R.,

Whitehall. (4) Nelson E. Owen, Jr., D.; (5) William B. Wayne-Henry B. Wilson, R., Wolcott. Mann, R., Brockport.

Westchester-(1) Christopher Lawrence, R., BronxMontgomery-John F. Bennison, R., Fort Plain. ville; (2) Theodore Hill, Jr., R., Peekskill; (3) Nassau-(1) John D. Bennett, R., Rockville Center; James E. Owens, R., Ossining; (4) Jane H. Todd, (2) Norman F. Penny, R., Manhasset.

R., Tarrytown; (5) Malcolm Wilson, R., Yonkers. New York-(all Manhattan)-(1) J. J. Dooling, D., Wyoming-Harold c. Ostertag, R., Attica.

40 Front St.; (2) Louis De Salvio, D., 202 Yates-Fred S. Hollowell, R., Penn Yan. Senate-Democrats, 21;. Republicans, 30. Assembly-Democrats, 64; Republicans, 85; Am. L., 1.

man, D.,

New York State Government

(Elected November 8, 1938. Terms expire Dec. 31, 1942)
Governor-Herbert H. Lehman, Dem., New York City, $25,000 and Executive Mansion.
Lieutenant Governor Charles Poletti, Dem., New York City. $10,000.
Comptroller-Joseph V. O'Leary, ALP-Dem., $12,000.
Attorney General --John J. Bennett, Jr., Dem., Brooklyn, $12,000.
Secretary to the Governor-Walter T. Brown. $12,000.

ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS Executive (Herbert H. Lehman); Audit and (Ernest E. Cole $15,000); Health (Dr. Edward Control (Joseph V. O'Leary): Taxation and Fi- S. Godfrey, Jr.-$12,000); Mental Hygiene (William nance (Mark Graves-$12,000); Law (John J. Ben- J. Tiffany--$12,000); Social Welfare (David C. nett, Jr.); State (Michael F. Walsh--$12,000); Adie-$12.000); Correction (John A. Lyons Public Works (Arthur W. Brandt-$12,000); -$12,000); Public Service (Milo R. Maltbie Conservation (Lithgow Osborne-$12,000): Agri- | $15,000); Banking (William R. White-$12,000); culture and Markets (Holton V. Noyes-$12,000): Insurance (Louis H. Pink-$12,000); Civil Service Labor (Frieda 8. Miller-$12,000); Education (Grace A. Reavy--$9,000).

Among the bureaus or divisions of the State Department are:

Budget (J. Buckley Bryan-$12,000); National | ing Commission (Herbert Bayard Swope); Canals Guard, Adjt. Gen. (Brig. Gen. Ames T. Brown and Waterways (Guy W. Pinck-$10,000); High--$8,500): Standards and Purchase (Vacancy- ways (Harvey O. Schermerhorn-$10,400); State $10,000); State Police (Maj. John A. Warner- Council of Parks (Robert Moses); Probation (Platt $10,000), Parole (Joseph W. Moore- $12,000); Al- K. Wiggins); Power Authority (James C. Boncoholic Beverage Control (Henry E. Bruckman- bright (No salary, but $75 per day is allowed when $ 12,000); Housing (Edward Weinfeld-$12,000); traveling or rendering services, not to exceed Athletic Commission (Brig. Gen. John J. Phelan, $7,500 yearly); Triborough Bridge Authority, Ran$7,500); Motor Vehicles (Carroll E. Mealey); Rac- 1 dalls Island, N. Y. City-Robert Moses, Chairman.

New York State Judiciary

Terms of Judges end Dec. 31 of year named. (1952); Joseph Fennelly (1952); Frank E. Johnson

Salaries-Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals. (1952); Francis D. McGarey (1953); Philip M. $22,500. Associate Judges, $22,000, plus $3,000 each Kleinfeld (....); John B. Johnston (...). for expenses. Justices of the Supreme Court,

Appellate Division, Second Department (consiste $25,000 in New York City: $15,000 in rest of State: ing of 2nd and 9th Judicial Districts)--Edward Appellate Division: Presiding Justice, $28,500; Lazansky, Presiding Justice (1942); Frederick P. Associate Justice, $27,000 in New York City: $17,- Close (1944): William F. Hagarty (1947); William 500 and $17,000 in rest of state.

B. Carswell (1950); George H. Taylor, Jr. (1950); COURT OF APPEALS

Frank F. Adel, Kew Gardens (1945).

Third District (Counties of Albany, Columbia, Chief Judge---Irving Lehman, New York City

Greene, Rensselaer, Schoharie,

R. Finch (1946). Associate Judges -- Edward

Sullivan and

Ulster)-Sydney F. Foster, Liberty (1942); F. Wal(1943); Harlan W. Rippey, Rochester (1944); John

ter Bliss, Middleburg (1944); Gilbert V. Schenck. T. Loughran, Kingston (1948), Albert Conway,

Albany_(1946); Francis Bergan, Albany (1949); Brooklyn (1954); Charles S. Desmond, Buffalo

Harry E. Schirick, Kingston (1949). (1954); Edmund H. Lewis, Skaneateles (1954).

Fourth District (Counties of Clinton, Essex,

Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT

Montgomery. St.

Lawrence. Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren and The full term 1s 14 years, ending at the close of Washington)-0. Byron Brewster,' Elizabethtown Dec. 31 of the year after election; or Dec. 31 of the

(1941); John C. Crapser, Massena (1943); John year in which a Justice reaches 70, the age of Alexander, Schenectady (1945); Elssworth C. Lawretirement.

rence, Malone (1946). First District (Manhattan and The Bronx: resi

Fifth District (Counties of Herkimer, Jefferson, dence in Manhattan unless otherwise indicated).

Lewis, Oneida, Onondaga and Oswego)-EdPeter Schmuck (1942); John F. Carew (1943); mund H. Lewis, Syracuse (1943): Frank J. Cregg, William T. Collins (1943); Philip J. McCook (1943);

Syracuse (1945); Abram Zoller, Little Falls (1947): John E. McGeehan, Bronx (1943); Julius Miller James T. Cross, Rome (1949); Jesse E. Kingsley, (1944); Bernard L. Shientag (1944), Isidor Wasser- Syracuse (1951); Francis D. McCurn, Syracuse vogel (1945); Samuel H, Hofstadter (1946); Aron (1952); Henry J. Kimball, Watertown (1952); D. Steuer (1946); J. Sidney Bernstein (1947); Edward Page Morehouse, Jr., Oswego (1952), R. Koch, Bronx (1947); Charles B. McLaughlin,

Sixth District (Counties of Broome, Chemung. Bronx (1947); Samuel I. Rosenman (1947);

Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Madison, Otsego, Kenneth O'Brien (1948); Ferdinand Pecora (1949);

Schuyler, Tioga and Tompkins)---Rowland L. Aaron J. Levy (1951); Benedict D. Dineen (1952);

Davis, Cortland (1941); Andrew J. McNaught. Louis A. Valente (1953); Ernest E. L. Hammer,

Stamford (1943); Ely W. Personius, Elmira (1943); Bronx (1953); Morris Eder (1953); Carroll G. Wal

Riley H. Heath, Ithaca (1944); James P. Hili, Norter (1953); Felix C. Benvenga (1953); Benjamin F.

wich (1951). Schrieber (1954); Denis O'L. Cohalan (1953); WI

Seventh District (Counties of Cayuga, Livings. liam C. Hecht, Jr. (1955); Samuel Null (1955);

ton, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Alfred H. Townley (1955).

Yates)--Marsh N. Taylor, Rochester (1941); Clyde Appellate Division, First Department (consisting w. Knapp. Lyons (1941), Nathan D. Lapham, of 1st Judicial District)--Francis Martin Presiding Geneva (1941); Benn Kenyon, Auburn (1944); BenJustice (1948); Irwin Untermeyer (1943); James jamin B. Cunningham, Rochester (1944); William O'Malley (1944); Albert Cohn (1943); Edward J. F. Love, Rochester (1945); John C. Wheeler, CornGlennon (1951); Edward S. Dore (1946); Joseph ing (1949); John Van Voorhis, Trondequoit (1950). M. Callahan (1954).

Eighth District (Counties of Allegany, CatarauSecond Districts (Counties of Kings, Nassau, gus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans Queens, Richmond and Suffolk; residence, Brook- and Wyoming: residence, Buffalo unless otherwise lyn unless otherwise indicated)-Philip A. Brennan indicated)--Clarence MacGregor (1942), Harley N. (1942); Charles J. Dodd (1942); Lewis L. Fawcett Crosby, Falconer (1943); William J. Hickey (1943) (1942), George E. Brower (1945); Thomas J. Cuff, Alonzo G. Hinkley (1946); Parton Swift (1946); Garden City (1945); James T. Hallinan, Flushing Almon W. Lytle (1946); Frank A. James (1947); (1945); Charles C. Lockwood (1945); John H. Mc- William A. Gold, Lockport (1947); John V. MaCooey),

Jr. (1945); Alfre V. N on, Stapleton loney (1947); Samuel J. Harris (1947); George A. (1945); Meier Steinbrink (1945); Henry G. Wenzel, Larkin, Olean (1948); Raymond C. Vaughan Jr., Richmond Hill (1945); William R. Wilson (1950). (1946); Peter P. Smith (1946); Edwin L. Garvin Ninth District (Counties of Dutchess, Orange, (1947); John MacCrate (1948); Thomas C. Kadien, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester)-George H. Jr., Astoria (1948); Francis G. Hooley, Rockville Taylor, Jr., Mt. Vernon (1943); Graham Witschter,

Newburgh (1943); Frederick P. Close, Tuckahoe Centre (1949); Harry E. Lewis (1949); Peter M.

(1944): Mortimer B. Patterson, Upper Nyack Daly, Astoria (1950); Algernon I. Nova (1951);

(1945) Raymond E. Aldrich, Poughkeepsie (1947); Charles W. Froessel, Jamaica (1951); Percy D. Lee Parsons Davis, New Rochelle (1950); Gerald Stoddart, Oyster Bay (1951); Isaac R. Swezey | Nolan, Yonkers (1951).

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