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STATE BANKS-MANHATTAN AND BRONX-Continued.
AME.

Location.
Capital. Surplus.

President.

Cashier. Fourteenth Street 1 E. 14th St.(h)... $500,000 $165,000 R. Ross Appleton.. Louis V. Ennis, German-American 23 Broad St.

750,000 550.000 Casimir Tag J. F. Frederichs. German Exchange 330 Bowery

200,000 810,335 Chas. L. Adrian.. E. F. Swanberg, Germania. 190 Bowery.

200,000 183,952 Edward C. Schaefer Loftin Love. Greenwich.

402 Hudson St.tt 500,000 (9)553,315 Wm. C. Duncan.... Clarence Foote. Hamilton 215 W. 125th St.

200,000 164,630 F. W. Kinsman, Jr. Jesse C. Joy. Interboro' 49 Wall St.

200,000

D. F. Walker H.W. Baker. International. 60 Wall St.

500,000 120,000 T. H. Hubbard. J. H. Rogers. Jetterson... 105 Canal St...

500,000 625,000 Herman Broesel.... Wm. H. Devlin. Manhattan Compa'y 40 Wall St.

2,050.000 2,742,808 Stephen Baker. D. H. Pierson. Mechanics & Traders 565 Broadway (d), 720,000 393,000 W. L. Moyer A. M. Dederer. Metropolitan. 4th Ave. & 230 St.(c) 2,000,000 790,000 Henry Ollesheimer. A. C. Corley. Mount Morris 85 E. 125th St.

250.000 175,000 L. M. Schwan.. L. H. Hill. Mutual

B'way,c. 33d St.... 200,000 304,000 Charles A. Sackett. Hugh N. Kirkland. Vassau. 9 Beekman St.

500,000 331,978 F. H. Richardson.. Wm. H. Rogers. N. Y. Produce Exch. Produce Exch. 5... 1,000,000 564,868 Forrest H. Parker.. Wm. A. Sherman. Night and Day

5th Ave.& 44th St 200,000 240,000 Oakleigh Thorne.... George G. Allen. Nineteenth Ward. 30 Ave, & 57th St.(e). 200,000 251,187 W. M. Van Norden John N. Van Pelt. Oriental..

182 Broadway t. 750,000 1,100,000 R. W. Jones, Jr.... G. W. Adams. Pacific. 470 Broadway

500,0000 700,000 H. B. Brundrett... Sam. C. Merwin. People's 395 Canal St 200,000 459,108 Scott Foster.

William Milne. Plaza

5th Ave., c.W.58th. 100,000 290,000 W. McM. Mills .... E. M. (larke. Riverside

8th Ave., c. 57th St. 100,000 108,687 Chas. N. Taintor. H. H. Bizallion. Royal. 95 Nassau St..

100,000 25,137 Philip Sugerman. F. Cy. Straat. State. 378 Grand St.11.

100,000 1,350,000 Oscar L. Richard... A. 1. Voorhis. Twelfth Ward**. 125th, c. Lex'n Ave.. 200,000 195,000 Thomas Simpson... F. B. French. Twenty-third Ward 135th St.& 3d Ave.$o. 100,000 162,000 Charles W. Bogart. Geo. E. Edwards. Union Exchange....lõth Ave. & 21st St... 750,000 775,000 H.S. Herman... David Nevius. U, S. Exchange, 23 W. 125th St.

100,000 33,762 John J. Gibbons.... J.J. O'Shangnessy. Washington H'ghts. Amstm. Ave. & lõ5th 100,000 164,263 John Whalen. William Clark. Wells, Fargo & Co's 51 Broadway..

100,000 46,000 H. B, Parsons...... A.W.Zimmermann West Side 487 Eighth Ave. 200,000 800,000|C. F. Tietjen

Walter Westervelt. Yorkville

85th St., c. 3d Ave... 100,0001 350,000/ R. Van der Emde.. W.L. Frankenbach. * Branches, 1707 Amsterdam Ave., 135th St. and 7th Ave., 765 Tremont Ave. Also cor. Bowery and Grand St. Also Madi. son Ave., near 60th St., cor. Columbus Ave. and 93d St., cor. 58th St. and 7th Ave., cor. 116th St. and 3d Ave., cor, 10d St. and 1st Ave., and B'way and 86th St., Manhattan St. and Amsterdam Ave. # Also at 260 W. B'way, 874, 1440 B'way, 135 Willisin St. # Also 5th Ave. and W. 115th St., 99 Also 960 Boston Road, and 2-03 Third Ave. ** Also 113 East 116th st., and 1927 Third Ave.; (c) also 100 William St., and 271 Broadway; (d) also Broadway and 45th St.; 641 Madison Ave., 1381h St., E. of Willis Ave.; (e) also 242 E. 86th St.; (h) also 356 W. 14th St. and 22 Avenue A.

Iucluding Uudivided Profits.

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No. of

Unless otherwise stated
NAME,
Location,
President. Deposi- | Deposits. Surplus. banks close at 12 noon
tors.

on Saturdays. American 115 W. 420 St.... Edward V: Loew.

7,151 $2,418,945 342 $10,633 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. (a) Bank for Savings... 4th Av., c. 22d St. Wm. W. Smith, 159,322 86,513,025 372 5,991,626 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Monday

10 A. M. to 6 P, M. Bowery

130 Rowery...... W. H. S. Wood... 151,201 97,562,025 4 7,187,630 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Broadway. 23 Park Place.....H, F. Hutchinson..

10,451,755) 4

569,197 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Bronx.
719 Tremont Ave.. Wm. B. Aitken..

650
70,000 4

9A.m.to 4 P.M.;Mon.,6 to 9P.M. Citizens'... 58 Bowery.. Henry Hasler.

29,553 14,594,136 344 1,802,625 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Dollar.... Third Ave., near John Haffen...

26,000 5,400,000 3% 110,000 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Monday, 148th St.

10 A. M. to 9 P. M. Dry Dock.. 341 Bowery... Anirew Mills..

69.294 32,378,984 3X2 2,234,427 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. East River.. 8 Chambers St.... D. S. Ramsay..

25,236| 21,542,76: 4 2.551.635 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Emigrant Industrial 51 Chambers St... Thomas M. Mulry 114,560 89,938,415 4 6,796,100 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Empire City..... 231 W. 125th St... Isaac A. Hopper.. 19,000 3,350,000 3% 60,000 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon., 7 to

9 P. M. also. Excelsior.......... 23d St., c. 6th Av. William J. Roome.... 18,283 7,325,035 372 334,927 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon., 6 to

8 P.M. also. (f) Franklin...

8th Ave.,c. 42.1 St. Archibald Turner.... 43,960 16,865,000 3% 925,000 10 A. M. to 3 p.M. (a) German..... 4th Ave., c. 14th St Casimir Tag...

123,991 62,865,465 375,204,930 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.: Monday,

10 A. M. to 8 P. M. also. Greenwich. 248 Sixth Ave....

90,479 57,810,710 4 4.620.054 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Harlem

12281 Third Ave... Thomas Crawford 47,513 16,032,804 3% 1,006,437 10 A. M. to 3 P.M. (a) Irving...

115 Chambers St.. Wm. H. B, Totten.. 28,531 20,350,949 4 694.285 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Italian.... 64 Spring St..... Joseph N. Francolini. 9,500 2,052,916 3-4 25,271 10 A. M. to 3 P. M., Mon, and

Sat., 7 to 9 P. M, also. Maiden Lane (q)... 170 Broadway.... Louis Windmuller.... 1,610 412,000 4

4,000 9.30 AM to 5.30 P. M. Manhattan

644 Broadway.... Joseph Bird...... 22,203 12,186,445 3% 766,773 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Metropolitan... 1 Third Ave..... J. B. Currey...

15,093 10,216,000 372 586,000 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.; Monday.

5 to 7 P. M. also, New York..... 8th Ave.,c.14th St. Wm. Felsinger... 40,090 24,279,417 4 2,198,446 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Monday,

5 to 7 P. M. also. North River..... 31 W. 34th St.... Samuel D. Styles.. 18,130 8,021,253 4 325,837 10 A.m.to 3P.M. Mon. to 8 P.U. North Side.. 3196 Third Ave .. John J. Barry..

1,300 235,000 4 1,700 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.; Mon., 7 to 9

P. M. also, Seamen's.. 74 Wall St... Daniel Barnes.

99,586 68,685,590 4 6,599,751 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. Union Dime... B'way, c. 32d St.. Chas. E. Sprague. 90,568 27,587,282 372 1,323,626 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Monday,

10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Union Square...... 26 Union Sq. E... F. M. Hurlbut... 12,687 8,661,572 372 992,139 10 A, M. to 3 P. M. United States 606 Madison Ave. Const. A. Andrews ... 10,381 2,798,110 872 58,436 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.; Sat., 10 to

12 noon, and 7 to 9 P.M. (Þ) Washington 59th St. and Co- Joseph G. Robin...... 5,917 869,930 4 2,237 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon. And lumbus Circle.

Sat., 6 to 8 P. M. also. (8) West Side..... sixth Av.,c.9th St. Stephen G. Cook...... 9,268' 2,159,597' 342 55,3919 A. M, to 3 P.M. (a)

Subject to change. (a) Monday, 6 to 8 P. M. also: (b) Not open Saturday evenings in July, August, September. (1) Except June, July, August, and September. (g) Not open Saturday eve. in July and August. (g) Report of December, 1905,

Safe Deposit Companies in Manhattan.

American, 501 Fifth Avenue.

Maiden Lane, 170 Broadway. Atlantic, 51 Wall Street.

Mercantile, 122 Broadway. Bankers', 4 Wall Street.

Merchants', West Broadway and Beach Street. Broadway, 565 Broadway.

Metropolitan, 3 East 14th Street. Colonial, 220 Broadway.

Mount Morris, Pa rk Avenue, corner 125th Street. Empire City, 116% Fifth Avenue.

National Safe Deposit, 32 Liberty Street. Federal, 253 Broadway.

New Amsterdam, 1411 Broadway. Fifth Avenue, 190 Fifth Avenue.

New York County, 79 Eighth Avenue. Garfield, Sixth Avenue and 23d Street.

Night and Day, 527 5th Avenue, Hanover, 5 Nassau Street.

Produce Exchange, 2 Broadway. Irving, 1 Hudson Street.

Safe Deposit Co, of New York, 140 Broadway. Kuickerbocker, 358 Fifth Avenue.

Standard, 25 Broad Street. Lincoln, 32 East 42d Street, 45 East 41st Street. State, 45 Exchange Place. Madison, 208 Fifth Avenue, 1128 Broadway. Stock Exchange, 10 Broad Street. Manhattan Warehouse, 42d Street and Lexington United States, Broadway and West 730 Street. Avenue, Seventh Avenue and 52d Street.

Van Norden, 786 Fifth Avenue.

Trust Companies in Manhattan,

WITH NAMES OF PRESIDENTS. Bankers', 7 Wall St., E. C. Converse.

Mercantile, 120 Broadway, H. C. Deming. Bowling Green, 26 Broadway, Edwin Gould. Metropolitan, 49 Wall St., Brayton Ives. Broadway, 756 Broadway, M. M. Belding, Jr. Morton, 38 Nassau St., Levi P. Morton. Carnegie, 146 Broadway Chas. C. Dickinson, Mutual liance, 66 Beaver Street, 323 Grand Central, 54 Wall St., J. N. Wallace.

Street, Paul Schwarz. Colonial, 222 Broadway, J. E. Borne.

New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, 52 Columbia, 26 Nassau St., R. S. Bradley.

Wall St., Henry Parish. Commercial, Bidway and 37th St., R. R. Moore, New York Trust Company, 26 Broad St., Otto T. Commonwealth, 27 Pine St., P. R. Bomeisler. Bannard. Corporation Trust Co., 135 B'way, H. K. Wood. New York Warehouse and Security Company, 11 Empire, 42 Broadway, 242 E. Houston Street, William St., Frederick Sturges. 487 Fifth Avenue. L. W. Baldwin.

Realty Trust, 62 Liberty St., W. C. Demorest.
Equitable, 15 Nassau St., Alvin W. Krech. Standard, 25 Broad St., W. O. Lane.
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, 20 and 22 Title Guarantee and Trust Co., 176 Broadway,

William St., 475 Fifth Ave., Edwin S. Marston. 517 Fifth Avenue, 137 W, 125th Street, 630 E.
Fifth Avenue, 514 Fifth Ave., Levi P. Morton. 149th Street, Clarence H. Kelsey.
Franklin, 140 Broadway, George H. Southard. Trust ('ompany of America, 135 Broadway,
Fulton, 30 Nassau Street, H.C. Swords.

36 Wall Street, Oakleigh Thorne.
Guaranty, 28 Nassau St., John W. Castles. Union, 80 Broadway, Edward King.
Guardian, 170 Broadway, F. W. Woolworth. United States, 45 Wall St., Edward W. Sheldon.
Holland, 19 Liberty St., J. D. Vermeule.

United States Mortgage and Trust Company, 55 Hudson, 147 W. 42d St., O. F. Thomas.

Cedar St., Broadway, cor. W. 73d St., George Italian-American, 520 Broadway, E. Gerli.

M. Cumming. Knickerbocker, Fifth Ave., cor. 34th St., 66 Universal, 949 Broadway, D. E. Sickles. Broadway, W. 125th St., cor. Lenox Ave., and Van Norden, 786 Fifth Avenue, 320 Grand Street, 148th St. and 3d Ave., Charles T. Barney.

W.M. Van Norden. Lincoln, 208 Fifth Ave., 1128 Broadway, H. R. Washington, 280 Broadway, D. M, Morrison, Wilson.

Windsor, 571 Fifth Ave. and cor. Nassau and Manhattan, 20 Wall St., John I. Waterbury. Cedar Sts.

Public Porters.

EVERY Public Porter must wear, in a conspicuous position, a badge bearing the number of his license, and is not entitled to receive any pay for services unless such a badge is worn, and if he shall demand a greater sum for his services than accords with the rates below, he shall not be entitled to any pay for the service.

Any Public Porter may decline to carry any article, if the distance he shall be required to go shall be more than two miles.

Public Porters shall be entitled to charge and receive for the carrying or conveyance of any article, any distance within half a mile, twenty-five cents if carried by hand, and fifty cents if carried on a wheelbarrow or hand-cart: if the distance exceeds half a mile and is within a mile, onehalf of the above rates in addition thereto, and in the same proportion for any greater distance

Height of Prominent Points in Manhattan and Bronx.

Feet Above

Sea Level. Battery

5 City Hall........

36 Fifth Avenue Hotel..

38 Central Park Plaza, 59th St. and 5th Ave. 47.5 Mount Morris.

100 Central Park Circle.

76.5

Feet Above

Sea Level. Reservoir, Central Park (water level)..... 112 Morningside Park.....

132 Broadway and 118th Street.

185 Kingsbridge Road and 175th Street. 200 Washington Bridge Road and 184th St... 250

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Bankof Long Island Jamaica $8

$500,000 $200,000 S. R. Smith.... W. D. Llewellyn. Borough 20 Court St.tt

200,000 144,500 Howard Maxwell.. Arthur D. Campbell Broadway 12 Graham Ave.

150,000 390,810 H. Batterman.. George F. Moger. Brooklyn t.

Clinton & Fulton Sts. 300,000 160,593 H. E. Hutchinson... Thomas M. Halsey. First National. Kent Ave. &B'way. 300,000 675,000 John G. Jenkins. I. Hamburger. Manufact'ers' Nat . 84 Broadway..

202,000 669,916 Wm. Dick.

J. C. Nightingale. Mechanics's Court & Montague. 1,000,000 885,506 Geo. W.Chauncey.. Chas. G. Balmanno Montauk

Fifth Av. &Union St. 100,000 50,000 Steph. M. Griswold H. B. Conlin. Nassau National.. 26 Court Si....

750,000 850,000 Thomas T. Barr..... Daniel V. Hegeman National City. 350 Fulton St...... 300,000 625,000 Charles T. Young. Henry M. Wells. North Side,

33, 710 Grand St.It 100,000 302,606 Paul E. Bonner..... Henry Billman. Prospect Park. Flatbush & Ch. Avs. 100,000 45,000 Wm. E. Harmon... T.Schenck Remsen Terminal.

81 Sands Street. Union I 44 Court St.

1,000,000 1 043,156 David A. Sullivan. James T. Ashley. Woodhaven.. Woodhaven.

25,000 27,000 Wm. F. Wyckoff.. H. M. De Ronde. Branch at 601 Fulton St. # Branches at 79 Hamilton Ave., 802. 1246 Broadway, Flushing and Washington Aves., 2495 Atlantic Ave., 476, 1572 Fulton St., 883 Manhattan Ave., $Branches at 5th Ave. and 9th St., Schermerhorn st. near Flatbush Ave., Atlantic and Georgia Aves., 4th Ave. and Atlantic. $8 Branches at Jamaica, Flushing, Far Rockaway, Rockaway Beach, Richmond Hill, Elmhurst, College Point. At Also 3d Ave, and 51st St. #1 Also Broadway, cor. Lorimer St.

Banks for Savings in Brooklyn and Queens.

No. of
Ratel

Business Hours.
NAME.
Location.

President. Deposi- Deposits. of Surplas. [Unless otherwise stated banks tors.

Int.

close at 12 noon on Saturdays. ] Brevoort..... Nostrand Ave. Howard M.Smith 9,013 $2,073,302 378 $61.826 9 A. M to 3 P. M.; also & Macon St..

Monday, 7 to 9 P. M. Brooklyn.. ... Clinton&Pierre. Bryan H. Smith .. 67,765 44,136,644 4 4,016,453 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon pont Sts.

day, 5 to 7 P. M. also. Bushwick.... Grand St., cor. Jere. E. Brown.. 10,907 3,993,288 342 153,293 10 A. M. to 3 P.m.; Mon Graham Ave.

day, 4 to 7 P. M. also. City.

4th & Flatbush R. Rushmore..... 7,191 1,909,000 342 66,7939 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon Aves.

day, 6 to 8 P. M. also. College Point. 5th St. & 2d Av. Geo. L. Gillette... 2,637 1,138,803 4 87,830 Tues., Wed., Thurs, &

Fri., 10 A. M to 3 P. M.;
Sat., 10 A. M. to 12 n'n.;

Wed. & Sat.,6 to 8 P.M. Dime......

Court & Remsen J. L. Marcellus... 69,989 32,580,233 4 2,371,825 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon-
Sts.

day, 5 to 7 P. M. also. Dimeof Will- 52 Broadway.. W. P. Sturgis. 12,262

6,607,874 4 393,628 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Moniamsburg

day, 5 to 7 P. M. also. E. Brooklyn.. 643 Myrtle Ave. D. R. James...... 15,000 6,000,000 4 300,0009 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon

day 7 to 9 P. M. also. East. District Broadway and Lewis E. Meeker 10,004 1,949,518 372 60,000 10 A.M. to 3 P.M.; Mon. & Gates Ave.

Sat., 6 to 8 P. M. also. E. New York Atlantic and Fred. Middendorf 6,690 2,195,320 3-4 167,000 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. ; MonPenna, Aves.

day, 6 to 8 P. M. also. German ......

Broadway aud Charles Naeher... 29,095 10,242.863 4 492,610 10 A. M. to 3 P.M.; Mon-
Boer um St.

day, 5 to 8 P.M. also. Germania.... 375 Fulton St. Chas. A. Schieren 14,331 7,424,737 348 442,070 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.; Mon

day, 5 to 7 P. M. also. Greater New 498 Fifth Ave... C.J. Obermayer.. 8,526| 1,500,000 333 16,497 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.; MonYork.

day, 7 to 9 P. M. also. Greenpoint... 845 Manhattan Timothy Perry... 13,500 5,047,750 577,156 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.; MonAve.

day 6 to 8 P. M. also, Hamburg.... 250 Bleecker St. James Moffett... 859 127,000 4 1 850 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.Mon.8P.M. Jamaica... Jamaica ... J. H. Sutphin. 6,780 3,107,349 3421 202,138 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Kings County Broadway and Hubert G. Taylor. 12,116,174 756,886 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.; MonBedford Ave.

day, 4 to 7 P. M. also. . L. I. City ..... 21 Jackson Ave. W.J. Burnett.... 14,716 3,785,048

285,181 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.; Mon

day 5 to 8 P. M. also. Queens Co..... Flushing... George Pople.. 5,610 1,994,625 312 102,783 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. S. Brooklyn. Atlantic Ave. Wm. J. Coombs.. 34,688 18.975,010 4 2,103,760 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. ; Monand Clinton St.

day, 6 to 8 P.M. also. Williamsb'rg. B'way & Driggs J. V. Meserole.... 98,000! 49,000,000/ 4 8,260.000 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.

* Subject to change.

Safe Deposit Companies in Brooklyn and Queens.

Brooklyn City, Montague and Clinton Streets.
Brooklyn Warehouse and Storage Company 335

Schermerhorn Street,
Eagle Warehouse and Storage Company, 28 Ful-

ton Street.
First National, Kent Avenue and Broadway.

Franklin, 166 Montague Street.
Long Island, Fulton and Clinton Streets.
Long Island Storage and Safe Deposit, Nostrand

and Gates Aves.
Manufacturers'. 84 Broadway.
Pioneer, 41 Flatbush Avenue.

Police Force of New ¥ork City.

(December 1, 1906.) 1 Chief Inspector, 1 Borough Inspector (Brooklyn and Queens), 12 District Inspectors, 23 Surgeons, 1 Sup't of Telegraph, 1 Ass't Sup't of Telegraph, 1 Chief Lineman, 6 Linemen, 2 Boiler Inspector's. BOROUGHS. Detective

Police
Captains. Sergeants.
Roundsmen. *Patrolmen. Doormen.

Total.
Sergeants.

Matrons.
Manhattan,

33 173
177 250 3,968

80

39 4,720 The Bronx

10
36

553
18

4 676 Brooklyn

33
143
71 202 2,125 67

21 2,662 Queens.....

11
41

51
413
16

2 534 Richmond..

2
14

16
119
6

159 Total. 89 407 248

574 7,178 187 68 8,751 *36 Patrolmen on Probation. +2 Doormen on Probation.

SALARIES. Chief Inspector, Moses W. Cortright, $5,000; Inspector, Wm. W. McLaughlin, $5,000; 13 other Inspectors, $3,500 each: 23 Surgeons, $3,500 each.

Superintendent of Telegraph, $4,000; Assistant Superintendent of Telegraph, $3,000; Chief Lineman, $1,500; Linemen, si, 200 each; 2 Boiler Inspectors, $1,300 each.

Captains, $2,750 each; Sergeants, $2,000 each; Detective Sergeants, $2,000 each; Roundsmen, $1,500 each

Patrolmen, First Grade, five years' service, $1,400 each.
Patrolmen, Second Grade, less than five years and more than four years and six months. $1,350 each.
Patrolmen, Third Grade, less than four years and six months and more than four years, $1.250 each.
Patrolmen, Fourth Grade, less than four years and more than three years. $1,150 each.
Patrolmen, Fifth Grade, less than three years and more than two years, $1,000 each.
Patrolmen, Sixth Grade, less than two years and more than one year, $900 each.
Patrolmen, Seventh Grade, less than one year, $800 each.

Members of the police force may be retired on one-half rate of compensation after service of twenty-five years, having reached the age of fifty-five years, or after twenty years' service, upon certificate of police surgeons of permanent disability, or after 20 years' service if a Veteran of Civil War. Members of the police force who have not served twenty years may also be retired upon pension upon certificate of police surgeons of permanent disability or disease contracted without misconduct on the part of the officer, and by reason of the performance of duty, at not to exceed one-half nor less than one-fourth rate of compensation.

Police Station-Houses in Manhattan and Bronx.

PRECINCT AND LOCATION, 1st. Old Slip and Front Street. 17th. 230 W. 20th Street, 2d. Liberty and Church Streets. 18th. 327 E. 22d Street. 3d. City Hall.

19th, 137 W. 30th Street, sth. 9 Oak Street.

20th. 434 W. 37th Street. 6th, 19 Elizabeth Street,

21st. 160 E. 35th Street. 7th. 247 Madison Street,

22d. 347 W. 47th Street. 8th, 19 Leonard Street.

23d, Grand Central Station. 9th. 135 Charles Street.

24th. 163 E, 51st Street. 10th, 24 Macdougal Street,

25th. 153 E. 67th Street. 11th. 205 Mulberry Street.

26th. 150 W. 68th Street. 12th. 105 Eldridge Street.

27th. Central Park, Arsenal. 13th. Attorney and Delancey Sts. 28th. 432 E. 88th Street. 14th, Union Market, E. Houston 29th. 177 E. 104th Street. and Sheriff Streets.

30th. 134 W. 100th Street, 15th. 79 1st Avenue.

31st, 438 W. 125th Street. 16th. 253 Mercer Street.

32d. 148 E. 126th Street,

33d, Amsterdam Avenue, cor,

152d Street, 34th. Sedgwick Ave. and Wolf St. 35th. 257 Alexander Avenue. 36th. 160th Street,cor. 3d Avenue, 37th. 1925 Bathgate Ave. 38th. Town Hall, Westchester. 38th. Sub. City Island 39th, 229th St., White Plains Ave. 40th, Boston Ave. and Perot St.,

Kingsbridge.
41st. Webster Av., and Moshclu

Parkway.
42d. Pier A, North River.
42d. Sub. Foot E. 1220 St.
Traffic, 1 East 27th Street.

New Xork Chamber of Commerce. ORGANIZED April 5, 1768. Incorporated by George III. March 13, 1770. Reincorporated by the State of New York April 13, 1784. Its object is indicated in the following words of the original charter: "Sensible that numberless inestimable benefits have accrued to mankind from commerce; that they are, in proportion to their greater or lesser application to it, more or less opulent and potent in all countries; and that the enlargement of trade will vastly increase the value of real estates as well as the general opulence of our said colony, " and "to carry into execution, encourage, and promote, by just and lawful ways and means, such measures as will tend to promote and extend just and lawful commerce.''

During the decade 1760-1770, according to Lord Sheffield's Observations, the average yearly value of American Coloniai imports from Great Britain was £1,763 409, and of exports to the same country £1,044,591. Up to the evacuation of the city by the British and its occupation by the Americans, on the 25th of November, 1783, the New York Chamber of Commerce had had seven presidents, thirteen vice-presidents, eight treasurers, one secretary, and 135 members. In May, 1763, the Sandy Hook Light- House was lighted up for the first time. In 1786 the Chamber of Commerce first suggested the construction of the Erie Canal, and in 1784 petitioned the New York Legislature (which so ordered) that duties should be levied under a specific instead of an ad valorem tariff-a system of which the Chamber of Commerce has ever since been the constant advocate.

As a society the Chamber of Commerce consists of fifteen hundred resident and two hundred and fifty non-resident members. Initiatory fees have varied between the sum of ten Spanish dollars, required in 1770, and $50, which is now demanded from every accepted candidate. Annual dues, $50 per annum. Non-resident members, $25 per annum.

The building of the Chamber is at 65 Liberty Street, New York. Officers: President, Morris K. Jesup; Secretary, George Wilson; Treasurer, James G. Cannon.

Churches in Manhattan and Bronx.

WITH NAMES OF PASTORS.
BAPTIST.

CONGREGATIONAL-Continued. Baptist Ministers' Conference meets every Monday Christ, E. 175th St., cor. Topping St. H. M. at 11 A. M., at 215 West 23d St.

Brown. Abyssinian, 244 W.40th St. Chas. S. Morris.

Claremont Park, Webster Ave., cor. 167th St.

J. C. Whiting.
Alexander Ave., cor. E. 141st St. F. H. Blakeslee.
Amity, W. 54th St., bet. 8th and 9th Aves. Leigh-

First of Morrisania, E. 166th St. and Forest Ave. ton Williams.

A. M. Reoch. Ascension, 160th St., bet. Morris and 4th Aves. | Longwood Ave., Leggett Ave., cor. Beck. J.w. Isaac W. Goodhue.

Roberts. Calvary, W. 57th St., bet. 6th and 7th Aves. R. S. Manhattan, W. 76th St. and Broadway. H. A.

Stimson. MacArthur; Branch at 67th St., near Amster

North New York, E. 143d St., near Willis Ave. dam Ave. Central, W. 420 St., near 8th Ave. F. M. Good Pilgrim, Madison Ave., cor.121st St. Fred’k Lynch.

W. H. Kephart. child. Central Park, E. 83d St., bet. 2d and 3d Aves. S.

Smyrna (Welsh), 206 E. 11th St.

Swedish Evang. Immanuel, 308 W. 139th St. A. Church of the Epiphany, 64th St. and Madison Av. Trinity, Washington Ave., cor. E. 176th St. F. B.

M. C. Peters. Church of the Redeemer, W. 131st St., bet. Lenox Makepeace. and 7th Aves. A. Latscher,

DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. Creston Ave., Ford ham, C. H. Sears.

First, 323 W. 56th St. M. L. Bates. Day Star, 501 W. 157th St.

Leuox Ave. Union, 119th St., near Lenox Ave. J. Eagle Ave., Eagle Ave., near 162d St. L. Rabe. Ebenezer, 170 E. 105th St. G. W. Bailey,

P. Lichtenberger. Ebenezer (Primitive), 173 8th Ave. John McCon

Second, E. 169th St., near Franklin Ave. S. T. nell.

Willis. Emanuel (German., 1151 1st Ave, J. H. Pastoret.

EVANGELICAL. Emanuel, 47 Suffolk St. John Bulness.

Dingeldein Memorial (German), 429 E. 77th St. D. Fifth Ave.,

6 W. 46th St. ; Armitage Chapel, 10th Schnebel. Av., cor. W. 50th St.

First Church of the Evangelical Association, 214 First, W. 79th St., cor. Broadway. I, M. Halde- W. 35th St. H.Heine, man,

German Evangelical Zion, 171 W. 140th St. H. First German, 336 E. 14th St. F. A. Licht.

Noehren. First German, 220 E. 118th St. R. T. Wegener. Second Church of the Evangelical Association, 424 First Italian, cor. Oliver and Henry Sts. J. Pet- W. 55th St. C. Philiphar. relli.

St. Paul's, 159 E. 112th St. H. Rexroth.
First Swedish, E. 55th St., bet. 3d and Lexington Swedish Betbesda, 138 E. 50th St. K. F. Ohlson;
Aves.

Chapel, 308 W. 139th St, O. Nelson.
Harlem, 215 E. 123d St. Adam Chambers.
Hope, cor. 104th St. and Broadway. R. Hartley.

FRIENDS.
Immanuel, White Plains Rd., Williamsbridge.
R. J. Davies.

East 15th St., cor. Rutherford PI.
Madison Ave., cor. Madison Ave. and E. 31st St. Twentieth St., 144 E. 20th St.
K. B. Tupper.

GREEK CATHOLIC.
Mariner's Temple, 12 Oliver St. G. Dowkontt.
Memorial, Washington Sq. S., cor. Thompson St. Lady of Perpetual Help, 381 Broome St. Cyrus
Edward Judson.

Pinnola. Mercy Seat, 46 W. 135th St.

St. George, 332 E. 20th St. Joseph E. Czaplinski. Mount Gilead, 307 E. 122d St. L. B. Twisby. St. Peter's Chapel (Syrian), Church St., cor. BarMount Morris, 5th Ave., near W. 126th St. J. H. clay. A. Bachewate.

Randall.
Mount Olivet, 161 W. 53d St. M. W. Gilbert.

JEWISH.
North, 234 W. 11th St. E, T. Sanford.

Adereth EI, 135 E. 29th St. Pilgrim, Boston Road, near Vyse Ave.

D. Davidson.

Agudath Jeshorim, 115 E. 86th St. Riverside, 92d St., cor. Amsterdam Ave. A. L.

A hawath Chesed, 652 Lexington Ave. I. S. Moses. Moore.

Ansche Sfard, 99 Attorney St.
Second Ave., 166 2d Ave.
Second German, 407 W.43d St. E. Umbach.

Ateres Zewi, E. 121st St., near 1st Ave. F. Light.

Atereth Israel, 323 E. 82d St. M. Krauskopf.

E. W. Shiloh, W. 127th St., near Lawrence.

S. Schulman.

Beth-El, 5th Ave., cor. E. 76th St.
Wainwright.
Sixteenth St., 257 W. 16th St. A.B. MacLaurin,

Beth Hamedrash'Hagodol, 64 Norfolk St. Simon

Jaffe.
St. Paul, 352 W. 35th St.
Temple, w. 116th St., bet. 5th and Lenox Aves.

Beth Hamedrash Shaarei Torah, 80 Forsyth St. A.D. Chandler.

Beth Israel Bikur Cholim, 720 St. and Lexington

Ave. Aaron Eiseman. Third German, 1127 Fulton Av R. Hoefflin.

s.

Beth Tefila, E. 107th St and Lexington Ave. Tremont, Tremont Ave., cor. Ryer. A. E. Knapp.

Distillator. Trinity, 11 W. 29th St. R. R. Wilson.

B'nai Israel, 225 E. 79th St. M. Previn. Washington Heights, 145th St. and Convent Ave.

J.M.

B'nai Jeshurun, 65th St. and Madison Ave. West 33d St., 327 W. 33d St. E. S. Holloway.

Ascher.
Zion, 99 6th Av. E. E. Jackson,

B'nee Sholom, 630 5th St. D. Loewenthal.
CONGREGATIONAL.

Emuno Israel, 301 W. 29th St.

First Galizo Duckler Mogen Abraham, 87 AttorArmenian Evangelical. Rev. H. B. Garabedian.

ney St. Services held at Adams Memorial Church, 207 First Hungarian Cong. Oheb Zedek, 172 Norfolk St. E. 30th St.

P. Klein. Bedford Park, Bainbridge Ave., cor. E. 201st St. First Roumanian Am. Congregation, 91 RivingJW. Cool.

ton St. Bethany, 10th Ave., near 35th St. S. H. Cox. Kahal Adath Jeshurun, 14 Eldridge St. J. Fried. Broadway Tabernacle, Broadway and 56th St. Kehilath Jeshurun, 117 E. 85th St. M.S. Margolies. C. E. Jefferson.

Kol Israel Ansche Poland, 22 Forsyth St. R. IserCamp Memorial, 141 Chrystie St. William James. you.

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