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Butler. Newton A. Partridge, Jane Ad- P. Stevens, Fred B. Bagley, William M. dams, Thomas c. Mac Millan, Franklin Salter, James H. Payne, R. R. Donnelley, MacVeagh, Lucy L. Flower, Josiah L. Lom- Graham Taylor, James O'Connell, Victor bard, William J. Onaban, Ada C. Sweet, B. Will'ams, Nicholay Grevstad, secretary. Ralph M. Easley, Sarah Hackett Steven- Civil Service-N. A. Partridge, chairman; son.

John H. Hamline, Leroy D. Thoman, AlSTANDING COMMITTEES

len B. Pond, Merritt Starr, John W. Ela,

E. A. Bancroft. Political-Thomas C. Mac Millan, chairman;

Public Health-Sarah Hackett Stevenson, William A. Vincent, E. G. Keith, Frank

chairman; Rosa Englemann, William E. 0. Lowden, Stanley Waterloo, William T.

Quine, D. R. Brower, Mrs. H. W. DuncanBaker, Franklin MacVeagh, Edward In

son, Homer M. Thomas, M. P. Hatfield, sley, Edwin A. Schell, George F. Rush, Jo- Harriet E. Rice, secretary. seph A. O'Donnell, Luther Lafin Mills, Lawrence P. Boyle, William C. Hollister. Municipal-Sidney c. Eastman, chairman; Citizens' Association of Chicago.

William A. Giles, W. D. Kerfoot, Sig. mund Zeisler, M. J. Carroll, M. P. Hat

33 Merchants' Building. Telephone Main 1313. field, J. L. Lombard, B. A. Ulrich, Henry

OFFICERS.
W. Brant, secretary.
Educational-William R. Harper, chairman; | Vice-President-R. E. Jenkins.

President-R. J. Smith.
Charles R. Crane, E. 0. Brown, H. H.

Treasurer-George Schneider, Belfield, William' w. Fenn. George N.

Secretary-J. C. Ambler. Carman, Allen B. Pond, William C. Hol

Washlister, Helen Culver, Marion F.

Executive Committee, 1897—R. J. Smith, R.

E. Jenkins, Josiah L. Lombard, William A. burne, Sadie American, Alfred M. Hall, S. J. McPherson, S. S. Greeley, Mrs. H.

Fuller, E. Fletcher Ingals, Julius Stern,

Bryan' Lathrop, Christoph' Hotz, H. H. M. Wilmarth, A. E. Vorkeller.

Kohlsaat, Francis B. Peabody, Murry NelMorals-S. J. Kline, chairman; F. B. Tobey, Harriet A. Shinn, John Hill, Jr., Cather:

son, J. Harley Bradley, Willis G. Jackson,

William J. Chalmers, Melville E. Stone, ine Waugh McCulloch, H. A. Hickman, Mrs.

Otto Matz, Frederick A. Noble, Thomas A. Hall.

Municipal Voters' Reform League.
Philanthropic-Lucy L. Flower, chairman; Office, 1206 Marquette Building.

W. J. Onaban, E. W. Blatchford, Albion
W. Small, Simeon P. Shope, Mrs. Delia

OFFICERS.
K. Borner, Marion Delafield Sturges, Julia President-George E. Cole.
C. Lathrop, T. D. Hurley, Mrs. Henry Vice-President-E. Burritt Smith.
Solomon, Lessing Rosenthal, R. A. White, Secretary-Hoyt King.
Mrs. J. E. Eagle, R. Brickell Holmes, sec- Treasurer-Chauncey J. Blair.
retary.

Directors-R. R. Donnelley, Ole A. Thorpe. Industrial-Jane Addams, chairman; Julia George E. Cole, Alen B.' Paul, Chauncey

Holmes Smith, Franklin MacVeagh, Alzina J. Blair, Hoyt King.

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Four per cent refunding bonds, series A..

May 1, 1880 May 1, 1900 $1,158,500 Four per cent refunding bonds, series B.

May 1, 1885 May 1, 1905 500.000 Four per cent funding bonds, expire $50,000 each year...

Mar.1, 1888

550.000 Five per cent courthouse bonds..

Feb. 1, 1889 Jan. 1, 1899 750,000 Four per cent refunding bopds, 1 to 20 years, serlos C, expire $67,500 each year.

May 1, 1892

1,012,500 $3.971,000

Total.....

HENRY S.PREDMORE

1034 American Tract Society Building,

NEW YORK.

Colors, Chemicals,
Minerals and
Paint Manufacturers'
Supplies ...

Paper
Talc
Agolite
Asbestine
Clay
Wood Pulp
Graphite

General Agent for
Keller Bros.
Columbian Talc Co.

Gouverneur, N. Y.

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POLICE OF CHICAGO.
STRENGTH OF THE FORCE.

Foreman repair shop..

Painters in shop. The total number of men constituting the Wagonmakers.... force Dec. 31, 1096, was 3,425, assigned to duty Carpenters.. as follows:

Blacksmiths

Blacksmith helpers. General superintendent...

1 Saddlers and harnessmakers. Assistant superintendent...

1 Plumber... Superintendent's private secretary

1 Foreman of construction. Secretary, rank of captain

1 Painters and calciminers. Inspectors. 4 Laborers...

13 Clerks in secretary's office. 3 Probationary patrolmen

169 Chief clerk of detectives... 1 Beed inspector..

1 Superintendent bureau of identification..

Total..... Photographer assistants

.3,425 Stenographers..

ARRESTS AND FINES.
Printer
Assistant printer..

Arrests and amount of fines imposed each Veterinary surgeon.

61

month during 1896: Assistant veterinary surgeon..

1
Months.

Arrests. Fines. Captains..

15 January.

6,579 $24,835 Lieutenants..

56 February.

5,599 19,020 Lieutenants of detectives

2 March

6,421 18,505 Sergeants of detectives..

2 April.

7,859

19,588 Patrol sergeants..

98 May.

8,403

25,714 Detective sergeants...

51 June

9,234

30,693 Desk sergeants.

9,576 33,652 Retired Haymarket pensioners...

23 August..

10,115 27.221 First-class patrolmen for duty on crossings

September.

9,507

30,278 and bridges...

538 October..

7,613 21,761 First-class patrolmen for duty on patrol

November.

7,651 25,625 wagons.

176 December..

8,360 23,427 First-class patrolmen for patrol duty 1,791 Total..

96,847 300,319 Custodian..

1 Pound-keeper.

RECAPITULATION.
Inspectors of vehicles..

Males
..74,966 | Married.

.26,484 Chief operator.

1
Females... .21,881 Single..

70,33 Assistant chief operator.

1 Total..

9.847 Total... .96,847 Operators...

119 Substitute operators.

10

AGES OF PESONS ARRESTED. Drivers of patrol wagons.. 94 Under 10 years of age.

326 Substitute drivers.. 6 From 10 to 20 years of age.

16 695 Supply drivers... 11 From 20 to 30 years of age.

43,690 Engineers.. 8 From 30 to 40 years of age.

.22, 169 Assistant engineers, 8 months. 7 From 40 to 50 years of age.

9,284 Janitors 29 From 50 to 60 years of age.

3,270 Hostlers... 10 From 60 to 70 years of age.

943 Chief matron. 1 From 70 to 80 years of age.

152 Matrons 30 From 80 to 90 years of age.

12 Watchman

i From 90 to 100 years of age..

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. Number of arrests, amount of fines imposed, value of property reported stolen, value of stolen property recovered, expenditure of the department, etc., each year since 1879.

103 July.

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BONNELL'S

INKS.

THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS
AND RECORD NEVER
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AS WHEN THEY USE

BONNELL'S

INK.

WE DEFY COMPARISON.

CHICAGO-J. HARPER BONNELL CO.- NEW YORK

VALUE OF PROPERTY REPORTED STOLEN AND VALUE OF LOST

AND STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED.-1896.

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CLASSIFICATION OF OFFENSES.

1896. 1895 Charges.

1896.
1895. Inmates of assignation house.. 92

53 Abandonment

283
219 Inmates of disorderly house... 205

105 Abduction

38 24 Inmates of gaming house.... 2,535 1,802 Abortion

5

8

Inmates of house of ill fame.. 5,547 2,894 Accessory to murder. 14 14 Inmates of opium den...

528

1,112 Accessory to assault..

9

16 Interfering with officer in disAccessory to burglary

105
70 charge of duty.

48

24 Accessory to larceny.. 344 373 Intimidation

15

6 Accessory to robbery 123 128 Keeping assignation house. 15

9 Adultery 135 132 Keeping a disorderly house. 30

28 Argon 32 28 Keeping a gaming house.. 310

300 Assault 4,923 4,231 Keeping a house of ill fame... 241

210 Assaulting an officer

2
2 Kidnaping

14

11 Assault with a deadly weapon. 606 604 Larceny

6,780 6,600 Assault with intent to commit

Larceny as bailee.

459

442 ra pe 110 74 Leaving team unhitched..

2

15 Assault with intent to rob. 149 iii Lounging on street corners. 194

223 Assault with intent to kill

607

564
Malicious mischief..

602

439 Assault with intent to do bod

Manslaughter

6

25 ily injury.. 571 607 Mayhem

49

60 Attempted murder.

8
4 Murder

29

38 Attempt to commit larceny. 31

35
Obstructing street cars..

62

34 Attempt to commit burglary.. 192 166 Obtaining goods under false Bastardy

138
136 pretenses

101

112 Bigamy

40 50 Obtaining money under false Burglary 1,947 1,985 pretenses

550 387 Carrying concealed weapons.. 1,084 1,115 Passing counterfeit money 11

34 Cock fighting 69 '156 | Peddling without license. 323

261 Compounding a felony..

i Perjury

43

21 Conspiracy

23

13
Prize Åghting:

11 Contempt of court.

16
7 Rape

106

78 Counterfeiting

2

2
Receiving stolen property. 401

301 Criminal carelessness.

19
28 Representing himself an officer

68

90 Crime against nature.

13
12 Resisting an officer..

911

869 Cruelty to animals.

74

72
Riot

40

37 Cruelty to children. 22 9 Robbery

1,083 1,099 Destitute

3

7
Selling liquor to drunkards. 19

15 Disorderly

50,641 44,450
Selling liquor to m'nors..

21

27 Distributing obscene literature 1

7
Shooting inside of city limits.. 265

265 Dog fighting.

2
Swindling

202

174 Doing business without a li

Threats

1,699 1,537 cense 369 558 Vagrancy

1,988 1,197 Embezzlement

150

129
Violation of minor ordinances.. 7,829

6,109 Exposing person

135

132 Extortion by threats..

1

2
Total.....

.96,847 83,464 Fast driving.

85

104 Forgery

122

73

NATIONALITY OF PERSONS ARRESTED. Fugitives from justice.

30
28

1896.

1895. Having burglar's tools.

15
6 Algerians

18 Having gaming devices..

3 Americans

56, 264

47,597 Horse stealing..

Americans (colored).

9,496 8,106 Illegal voting.

19
1 Arabians

39

13 Incest

7
5 Australians

22

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