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Secretary of the Interior.-LUCIUS Q. C. LAMAR, The Portland.
Board of Pension Appeals.-Chairman, George C. Rogers, 1515 Columbia street, N. W.
GENERAL LAND OFFICE,
Commissioner.-William A. J. Sparks, Ebbitt House.
John W. Le Barnes, 708 Thirteenth street, N. W.
OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.
(Second National Bank Building, Seventh street, near E, N. W.)
(New Pension Building, Judiciary Square.)
Middle Division.—Chief, William P. Davis, 1730 Fifteenth street, N. W.
, 1 305 Riggs street.
Commissioner.-Martin V. Montgomery, 1315 Massachusetts avenue.
H. H. Bates, The Portland.
R. J. Fisher, jr., 1915 Harewood avenue, Le Droit Park. Examiner of Interferences.-Frank MacArthur, 1459 Fourteenth street, N. W.
Examiners: Agricultural Implements.-0. C. Fox, Linden, Md. Agricultural Products.-W. H. Blodgett, Washington Grove, Md. Builders' Hardware and Surgery.—A. G. Wilkinson, 1526 K street, N. W. Civil Engineering.-B. W. Pond, Falls Church, Va. Chemical.—Thomas Antisell, 1311 Q street, N. W. Household Furniture.-Oscar Woodward, 3122 West P street. Designs and Sewing-Machines.-P. B. Pierce, 204 E street, N. W. Electricity—Charles J. Kintner, 915 Twelfth street, N. W. Fine Arts, Music, Photography,and Advertising.–William Burke, 1453 Corcoran street, N. W. Fire Arms, Navigation, and Wood Working:-Malcolm Seaton, 1918 F street, N. W. Gas, Metallurgy, Brewing, and Distillation.-B. R. Catlin, 1736 Thirteenth street, N. W. Harvesters.-E. D. Boyd, 1312 Twelfth street, N. W. Lamps, Stoves, and Furnaces.-J. H. Whitaker, 1435 Corcoran street, N. W. Hydraulics.-Frank T. Brown, 1007 H street, N. W. Land Conveyances.-H. P. Sanders, 635 I street, N. W. Leather-working Machinery and Products.-J. P. Chapman, 1520 Corcoran street, N. W. Mechanical Engineering.–A. Schopf, Hyattsville, Md. Metal Working.–J. W. jayne, 1224 New York avenue, N. W. Metal Working and Packing Vessels.-S. W. Stocking, 1114 G street, N. W. Milling and Thrashing and Brakes and Gins.—Robert Mason, 911 French street, N. W. Plastics, Oils, Fats, Sugar, Salt, Glass, etc.-B. S. Hedrick, 3321 N street, Georgetown. Pneumatics.—Daniel B. Gallatin, 719 North Carolina avenue, S. E. Printing, Bookbinding, and Paper Manufactures.-L. M. E. Cooke, 905 Fifth street, N. W. Steam Engineering:- Francis Fowler, 1449 Q street, N. W. Textiles.-William H. Appleton, 2109 K street, N. W. Trade-marks and Instruments of Precision.-F. A. Seely, 905 M street, N. W. Washing, Brushing, and Abrading.-Charles G. Gould, 932 P street, N. W. Assignment Division.—Chief, Albert J. Kelley, 1220 O street. Drafting Division.—Chief, M. Gardner, 909 T street, N. W. Issue and Gazette Division.—Chief, J. W. Babson, 106 Eleventh street, S. E. Financial Clerk.-Levi Bacon, 633 East Capitol street. Librarian.-Leonard D. Sale, 1312 G street, N. W.
OFFICE OF EDUCATION.
(Northeast corner of Eighth and G streets, N. W.) Commissioner.- John Eaton, 712 East Capitol street. Chief Clerk.-William H. Gardiner, 29 Fifth street, N. E.
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS.
(Northwest corner of Eighth and G streets, N. W.)
OFFICE OF THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
(Hooe Building, F street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth, N. W.)
BUREAU OF LABOR.
(Kellogg Building, 1416 F street, N. W.)
Commissioner.-Carroll D. Wright, 1335 N street, N. W.
(Room 15, Le Droit Building, F and Eighth streets, Ņ. W.) Pension Agent.—Sidney L. Willson, 517 Fourth street, N. W. Chief Clerk. -Charles A. Frost, 1002 S street, N. W.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Attorney-General.-AUGUSTUS H. GARLAND, 1315 Rhode Island avenue. •
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Commissioner of Agriculture.—NORMAN J. COLMAN, 2 Iowa Circle.
NATIONAL BOARD OF HEALTH.
(Office, 1410 G street, N. W.)
President.-- JAMES L. CABELL, M. D., LL. D. •
Preston H. Bailhache, M. D., U. S. M. H. S., Marine Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
(Offices, Agricultural annex building.) Commissioners, Alfred P. Edgerton, of Indiana, Willard's Hotel.
W. L. Trenholm, of South Carolina, 1913 I street.
Dorman B. Eaton, of New York, Wormley's.
William J. Vickery, of Indiana, 707 Twelfth street, N. W.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
Public Printer.-S. P. ROUNDS, 2001 R street, N. W.
Foreman of Printing:-Henry T. Brian, 34 I street, N. W.
In Charge.-Aven Pearson, Globe House, 1201 F street, N. W.
Foreman of Binding.–James W. White, 512 Third street, N. W.
THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
The Secretary of State is charged, under the direction of the President, with the duties appertaining to correspondence with the public ministers and consuls of the United States, and with the representatives of foreign powers accredited to the United States; and to negotiations of whatever character relating to the foreign affairs of the United States. He is also the medium of correspondence between the President and the chief executive of the several States of the United States; he has the custody of the great seal of the United States, and countersigns and affixes such seal to all executive proclamations, to various commissions, and to warrants for pardon, and the extradition of fugitives from justice. He is regarded as the first in rank among the members of the Cabinet. He is also the custodian of the treaties made with foreign states, and of the laws of the United States. He grants and issues passports, and exequaturs to foreign consuls in the United States are issued through his office. He publishes the laws and resolutions of Congress, amendments to the Constitution, and proclamations declaring the admission of new States into the Union. He is also charged with certain annual reports to Congress relating to commercial information received from diplomatic and consular officers of the United States.
THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE
becomes the Acting Secretary of State in the absence of the Secretary. Under the organization of the Department the Assistant Secretary, Second Assistant Secretary, and Third Assistant Secretary are respectively charged with the immediate supervision of all correspondence with the diplomatic and consular officers in the countries named in Divisions A, B, and C, of those bureaus, and of the miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto, and, in general, they are entrusted with the preparation of the correspondence upon any questions arising in the course of the public business that may be assigned to them by the Secretary.
THE CHIEF CLERK.
The Chief Clerk has the general supervision of the clerks and employés and of the business of the Department.
BUREAU OF INDEXES AND ARCHIVES.
The duty of opening the mails; preparing, registering, and indexing daily all correspondence to and from the Department, both by subjects and persons; the preservation of the archives; answering calls of the Secretary, Assistant Secretaries, Chief Clerk, and chiefs of bureaus for correspondence, &c.
Diplomatic correspondence and miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto.
Division A.-Correspondence with France, Germany, and Great Britain, and miscellaneous correspondence relating to those countries.
Division B.—Correspondence with Argentine Republic, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chili, Denmark, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Russia, and Uruguay, and miscellaneous correspondence relating to those countries.
Division C.-Correspondence with Barbary States, Bolivia, Central America, Colombia, China, Ecuador,, Egypt, Fiji Islands, Friendly and Navigator's Islands, Hawaiian Islands, Hayti, Japan, Liberia, Madagascar, Mexico, Muscat, San Domingo, Siam, Society Islands, Turkey, Venezuela, and other countries, not assigned, and miscellaneous correspondence relating to those countries.
Correspondence with consulates, and miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto.
There are three divisions, A, B, and C, with certain countries allotted to each, as in the Diplomatic Bureau.
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS.
Custody and disbursement of appropriations under direction of the Department; charged with custody of indemnity funds and bonds; care of the building and property of the Depart