DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
(National Safe Deposit Building, corner Fifteenth street and New York avenue, N.W.)
Commissioner--Carroll D. Wright, 1209 S street, N.W.
Chief Clerk--Oren W. Weaver, 1429 New York avenue
Disbursing Clerk--Charles E. Morse, 304 St. Asaph street, Alexandria, Va.
UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISION
(Offices, Concordia Building, corner Eighth and E streets, N.W.)
Commissioners--President, Charles Lyman, of Connecticut, 433 M street, N.W.BUILDING FOR THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
(Office, 145 East Capitol street)
Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, 1215 Nineteenth street, N.W.
George D. Johnston, of Louisiana, corner Connecticut avenue and De Sales street
Chief Examiner--William H. Webster, 1534 I street, N.W.
Secretary--John T. Doyle, Wyoming avenue, N.W.
In Charge--Brigadier-General Thomas Lincoln Casey, Chief of Engineers, U.S. ArmyGOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
(Corner North Capitol and H streets)
Superintendent and Engineer--Bernard R. Green, 1738 N street, N.W.
Chief Clerk--Ed. Sutherland, 1418 S street, N.W.
Public Printer--Frank W. Palmer, 1333 T street, N.W.PRINTING DEPARTMENT
(In Printing Office)
Chief Clerk--W. H. Collins, 125 Tenth street, N.E.
Cashier--John Larcombe, 1817 H street, N.W.
Chief Time Clerk--John T. Welch, 1822 Ninth street, N.W.
Foreman of Printing--Henry T. Brian, 34 I street, N.W.BINDING DEPARTMENT
(In Printing Office)
Assistant Foreman--J. M. A. Spottswood, 70 I street, N.W.
Assistant Foreman in Charge of Press Room--A. B. Auer, 730 Fourth street, N.E.
Assistant Foreman in Charge of Job Room--L. C. Hay, 128 Tenth street, N.E.
Assistant Foreman in Charge of Electrotype Foundry--Alex. Elliott, 508 I street, N.W.
Superintendent of Folding Division--Thomas B. Penicks, 1414 Sixth street, N.W.
Foreman of Binding--H. C. Espey, 904 Third street, N.W.CONGRESSIONAL RECORD
(In Printing Office)
Assistant Foreman--P. J. Byrne, 819 North Capitol street
Assistant Foreman--F. Munson, 217 I street, N.W.
Assistant Foreman--A. L. Wood, 411½ G street, N.W.
Foreman in Charge--Aven Pearson, corner Twelfth and F streets, N.W.UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION
(Office, corner Sixth and B streets, S.W.)
Clerk--C. A. Hofheins, 414 Seventh street, S.E.
Clerk in Charge at Capitol--W. A. Smith, 2004 Fourteenth street, N.W.
Commissioner--Marshall McDonald, 1514 R street, N.W.UNITED STATES BOARD OF GEOGRAPHIC NAMES
Assistant in Charge of Division Inquiry respecting Food Fishes--Richard Rathbun, 1622 Massachusetts avenue, N.W.
Assistant in Charge of Division of Fish Culture--Tarleton H. Bean, 1738 Q street, N.W.
Acting Assistant in Charge of Division of Statistics and Methods of the Fisheries--Dr. Hugh M. Smith, 1248 New Jersey avenue, N.W.
Chief Clerk--Herbert A. Gill, 1608 Q street, N.W.
Disbursing Agent--W. P. Titcomb, 1402 Sixteenth street, N.W.
Superintendent of Central Station--S. G. Worth, 906 Massachusetts avenue, N.W.
Chairman--Prof. Thomas C. Mendenhall, U.S. Coast and Geodetic SurveyTHE SOLDIERS' HOME
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Secretary--Marcus Baker, U.S. Geological Survey
Andrew H. Allen, Department of State
Capt. Thomas Turtle, Engineer Corps, War Department
Commander C. D. Sigsbee, Hydrographic Office, Navy Department
George G. Fenton, Postoffice Department
Otis T. Mason, Smithsonian Institution
Herbert G. Ogden, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Henry Gannett, U.S. Geological Survey
A. B. Johnson, Light-House Board
Harry King, General Land Office
(Office, room 55, War Department, north wing)
President of the Board--John M. Schofield, Major-General Commanding the ArmyOFFICERS OF THE HOME
(Residing at the Home)
Robert Williams, Adjutant General, U.S. Army
Richard N. Batchelder, Quartermaster-General, U.S. Army
John P. Hawkins, Commissary-General, U.S. Army
Guido N. Lieber, Acting Judge-Advocate-General, U.S. Army
David S. Stanley, Brigadier-General, U.S. Army (retired), Governor of the Soldiers' Home
Clerk of the Board--N. Hershler
Governor--Brig. Gen. David S. Stanley, U.S. Army (retired)BUREAU OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS
(No. 2, Lafayette Square)
Deputy Governor--Capt. David A. Irwin, U.S. Army (retired)
Secretary and Treasurer--Bvt. Maj. R. C. Parker, U.S. Army (retired)
Attending Surgeon--Lieut, Col. William H. Forwood, Surgeon, U.S. Army
Director--Clinton Furbish, The AlbanyINTERCONTINENTAL RAILWAY COMMISSION
(1016 Vermont avenue, N.W.)
Secretary--Frederic Emory, 2 Lafayette Square
Translators (Portuguese)--John C. Redman, 311 Elm street, Le Droit Park
(Spanish)--Jose I. Rodriquez, 1340 Vermont avenue, N.W.
Clerk--John T. Suter, Jr., 420 H street, N.W.
Stenographer--Lucretia Jackson, 712 Eighteenth street, N.W.
Distributing Clerk--Henrietta P. Dunn, 1413 Rhode Island avenue
Librarian--Tillie L. Phillips, 1400 W street, N.W.
Copyist--Rosabelle S. Rider, 923 Nineteenth street, N.W.
Commissioners for the United States--President, A. J. Cassatt, 305 Walnut street, Philadelphia, PaUNITED STATES AND CHILEAN CLAIMS COMMISSION
Henry G. Davis, 213 East German street, Baltimore, Md
R. C. Kerens, St. Louis, Mo
Executive and Disbursing Officer--R. M. G. Brown, 1812 N street, N.W.
Secretay--E. Z. Steever, 1016 Vermont avenue
Clerk--H. S. Flynn, 420 H street, N.W.
Commissioner on the part of the United States--John Goode
Commissioner on the part of Chile--Señor Don Domingo Gana
Agent of the United States--George H. Shields
Agent of Chile--Señor Don Jose Francisco Vergara Donoso
Secretary on the part of the United States--Arthur W. Fergusson
Secretary on the part of Chile--Señor Don Marcial A. Martinez de Ferrari