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BUREAU OF STATISTICS AND INFORMATION

Date
appointed Salary of Salary

to present position, received POSITION AND INCUMBENT

position Sept. 30, 1914 in 1914
Chief Statistician:
L. W. Hatch..

Nov. 16, 1907 $4,000 $4,000 00
Assistant Chief Statistician:
G. A. Stevens.

June 1, 1913 3,500 3,500 00

Traveling expenses in 1914

$298 83

205 19

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J. M. Schneider.... Stenographer:

Caroline E. Rosenbloom......

Feb. 16, 1913

720 83

685 00

Oct.

1, 1910

1,200

1,200 00

Division of Special Investigations Chief of Division:

E. B. Patton.... Expert:

H. E. Hoagland *

June 1, 1913

2,500

2,500 00

61 15

Nov. 16, 1912

2,000

1,532 20

250 66 95 48

Traveling expenses in 1914

Bureau of Statistics and Information concluded

Date
appointed Salary of

Salary
to present position,

received POSITION AND INCUMBENT

position Sept. 30, 1914 in 1914 Division of Special Investigations

concluded
Librarian:
P. J. B. Haegy.

Feb. 1, 1907 $1,500 85 $1,450 00
Stenographer:
Edna M. Devanna.

Sept. 16, 1914 11

720

30 00

$113 65

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Division of Printing and Publica

tions Chief of Division:*

J. H. McCann. Proofreader:

P. J. Brennan. Junior Clerks:

Cornelius Gray..

J. L. Joyce 89 Messenger:

J. W. Guinan.

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July 20, 1914

480

8 25

$53,695 15

$3,834 13

$710 38

BUREAU OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION Chief Mediator * (Second Deputy

Commissioner, er-officio):

W. C. Rogers.
Mediator:*
M. J. Reagan.

July 10, 1905 $2,800 90 $2,800 00
Assistant Mediators:*
P. J. Downey

Oct. 1, 1907 2,000 2,000 00
James McManus.

Oct.
1, 1907

2,000 2,000 00
Special Agent:
J. J. Bealin...

June 26, 1896

2,000 91

1,791 66
Clerk:
Mabel L. Crounse.

Oct.
1, 1906

1,200 1,200 00

685 44 544 34

188 95

$9,791 66

$2,129 11

$55 13

13 46

BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES AND IMMIGRATION
Chief Investigator:*
Marian K. Clark..

Feb. 16, 1914 $3,000 $1,866 07
Secretary to Chief Investigator:*
T. J. Walsh...

Feb. 16, 1914 1,800 1,119 64
Ranulph Kingsley 92.
Dec. 12, 1912 1,800

450 00
Counsel:*
M. M. O'Brien, Jr.

Oct.
1, 1911

2,800 93

2,800 00 Special Investigator (legal): Jacob Galersteid...

Nov. 16, 1912

1,200 1, 200 00 Special Investigators: Albert DeLisger.

Aug. 2, 1912

1,500 58 1,300 00 A. E, Geannelis.

Dec. 18, 1911

1,500 1,500 00 Jeannette C. Lovy.

May 8, 1912

1,500 36

1,375 00 Alfred Markus.

Jan.
9, 1911

1,500 1,500 00
Joseph Mayper *
Jan. 16, 1911 1,500

395 16 F. C. Praete..

Aug. 2, 1912

1,500 71

1,500 00 L. C. Wagner.

Jan. 9, 1911

1,500 1,500 00 H. H. Wheaton 95 Nov. 4, 1912 1,500

812 50

236 48

494 16 490 10 300 20 473 48

11 25 526 96 657 81 215 87

Traveling expenses in 1914

$450 10 101 91 613 63

65 93 128 03 237 01

2 25

Bureau of Industries and Immigration concluded

Date
appointed Salary of

Salary

to present position, received POSITION AND INCUMBENT

position Sept. 30, 1914 in 1914
Special Investigators continued
Samuel Auerbach *6..

Nov. 10, 1913 $1,200 $1,070 00
W. V. Brzezinski 97
Nov. 5, 1913 1,200

196 34 Alko De Angel.

Mar. 15, 1912 1,200 1,200 00
Leo Kiesler..
July 20, 1914 1,200

238 71
Elias Orzechowski.
Feb. 16, 1914 1,200

771 43 Alex. Wolski.. Feb. 23, 1914 1,200

746 43
Special Agent - Industrial:
A. M. Fowler.

Nov. 4, 1912 1,200 1, 200 00
Stenographers:
C. M. Hoffman 98.

Feb. 1, 1911 1,500 1,312 50
W. M. Sheehan 99
Nov. 11, 1912 1,200

319 35 Martha Burzynska.

Feb. 18, 1914

900

554 46 E, I. Klein 100

Jan, 4, 1913

900

342 86 Bessie Leon. Mar. 17, 1913

885 00 R. J. Masi..

Oct. 1, 1912

900 102

855 00 Lillian E. Schreiber 103

Jan. 1, 1913

900

450 00 Mae M. Szudrowicz..

Oct.
1, 1912

855 00
Florence C. Young...
May 1, 1913

740 00 Typewriter Copyists: Bertha L. Coles...

Feb. 1, 1913

900 105 727 50 Josephine A. O'Donell.

Sept. 1, 1914

720

60 00 Olga J. Sjoberg.....

Feb. 1, 1914

720

480 00 Clerks: Mary E. Kennar..

April 22, 1912

1,200 104

91250 Selina Rabinowitz 107,

April 8, 1912

900 [ 300 00

266 12

650 66 13

900 101

900 102 900 104

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FOOTNOTES * Exempt. † Non-competitive. ŠUnclassified i Inspector-general. ? Chief mediator. • Increased from $3,000 January 5, 1914. • Increased from $900 August 1, 1914. 5 Resigned March 31, 1914.

6 Transferred from another State department at $1,500 and increased to $1,800 April 1, 1914; increased from $1,800 June 16, 1914.

· Title changed to stock keeper and shipping clerk and salary reduced to $1,200 April 1, 1914; died June 15, 1914,

8 Increased from $720 August 1, 1914.
• Increased from $1,500 November 1, 1913.
10 Increased from $900 to $1,000 October 1, 1913 and from $1,000 January 1, 1914.
11 Transferred from another State department.

12 Transferred from another State department at $600 and salary increased to $900 January 1, 1914; increased from $900 August 1, 1914.

13 Increased from $900 August 1, 1914.

14 Increased from $480 to $600 November 4, 1913; from $600 to $720 January 1, 1914 and from $720 September 16, 1914.

15 Increased from $480 May 1, 1914.

16 Transferred to junior clerk, Bureau of Statistics and Information, Division of Printing and Publications, June 29, 1914, which see.

17 Increased from $2,400 October 1, 1913. 18 Increased from $900 to $1,080 October 16, 1913; increased from $1,080 January 1, 1914. 19 Temporary appointment for one month January 12, 1914; resigned February 11, 1914. 20 Increased from $480 July 1, 1914. 21 Resigned from position of Assistant Chief Factory Inspector December 2, 1913. 22 Assigned to State Factory Investigating Commission. 23 Increased from $1,200 March 1, 1914. 2 Resigned December 2, 1913. 25 Transferred to another State department June 30, 1914. > Resigned March 31, 1914. 27 Granted leave of absence without pay March 16, 1914; dismissed July 27, 1914. 28 Increased from $720 September 16, 1914. 20 Transferred to county position May 16, 1914. 30 Resigned from position of factory inspector February 28, 1914. a1 Increased from $1,500 June 16, 1914 · 32 Suspended August 16, 1914. 33 Removed May 5, 1913; reinstated November 1, 1913. 34 Increased from $1,500 March 1, 1914. 25 Increased from $1,200 October 16, 1913. 36 Increased from $1,200 March 1, 1914. 37 See under Factory Inspector, first district, sub-district 3, above. 38 Increased from $1,500 October 1, 1913. 39 Increased from $1,500 November 1, 1913. 40 Increased from $1,000 October 1, 1913. 41 Reinstated December 29, 1913; resigned January 25, 1914. 12 Increased from $900 to $1,000 October 1, 1913; increased from $1,000 January 1, 1914. 43 Reinstated after leave of absence; Miss Lockwood January 5, 1914, Mr. Finney February 1, 1914. # Granted three months' leave of absence without pay, September 16, 1914.

45 Suspended September 16, 1914 for fifteen days; reinstated with pay for period of suspension September 30, 1914.

16 Granted leave of absence without pay, September 1, 1914.
47 Increased from $720 May 24, 1914.
48 Increased from $720 June 29, 1914,
49 Resigned December 31, 1913.
50 Resigned May 16, 1914.
61 Resigned from position of Supervising Inspector February 15, 1914.
62 Increased from $1,200 June 16, 1914.
63 Increased from $720 September 16, 1914.
44 Increased from $1,200 September 16, 1914.
65 Increased from $1,200 August 1, 1914.
68 On leave of absence without pay from August 25, 1914 to September 1, 1914.
07 Increased from $3,000 April 1, 1914.
58 Increased from $1,200 June 1, 1914.
59 Increased from $900 October 1, 1913.
60 Resigned September 8, 1914.
61 Increased from $480 August 1, 1914.
62 See also under Medical Inspector, below.
63 Resigned June 30, 1914.
* Title changed from Expert in Fire Prevention, September 1, 1914.

65 Resigned from position of factory inspector at $1,800 (increased from $1,500 March 1, 1914) June 1, 1914.

Increased from $900 August 1, 1914. 67 See under Director, Division of Industrial Hygiene, above. 68 Resigned June 30, 1914. 69 Increased from $720 September 16, 1914. 70 Dismissed November 3, 1913; reinstated January 1, 1914. 11 Inereased from $1,200 October 1, 1913. 72 Increased from $1,500 October 16, 1913; from $1,800 August 1, 1914.

73 Increased from $1,500 August 1, 1914. 74 Increased from $1,500 October 16, 1913. 75 Increased from $900 January 1, 1914. 76 On leave of absence without pay from December 16, 1913, to January 15, 1914. 77 Resigned September 15, 1914. 78 Increased from $600 to $720 February 4, 1914; increased from $720 September 16, 1914. 79 Increased from $720 October 16, 1913. 80 Increased from $900 October 16, 1913. 81 Increased from $600 February 1, 1914. 62 Transferred to another State department January 12, 1914. * Increased from $480 to $600 October 16, 1913; from $600 January 1, 1914. 84 Resigned July 7, 1914. 85 Increased from $1,200 December 1, 1913. 86 Increased from $900 July 26, 1914.

87 Transferred from another State department at $600 and salary increased to $900 August 1, 1914,

88 See also under Page, Division of General Administration, above.
89 Increased from $360 June 29, 1914.
90 Increased from $2,500 October 1, 1913.
91 Increased from $1,500 March 1, 1914.
92 Resigned December 31, 1913.
* Increased from $2,400 October 1, 1913.
* Resigned January 5, 1914.
» Resigned April 15, 1914.
*s Granted leave of absence for one month without pay, November 24,
97 Dismissed January 3, 1914.
98 Transferred to another State department August 16, 1914.
9. Transferred to another State department January 6, 1914.
100 Resigned February 17, 1914.
101 Increased from $720 November 1, 1913.
102 Increased from $720 January 1, 1914.
13 Resigned March 31, 1914.
164 Increased from $600 to $720 November 1, 1913; from $720 August 1, 1914.
106 Increased from $720 September 16, 1914.
10% Increased from $900 September 16, 1914.
107 Resigned January 31, 1914.
10% Resigned August 31, 1914.
109 Resigned February 19, 1914.
110 Specially assigned to Industrial Board.

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