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List of Officers and Members of the Legislature.

1920.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF THE GOVERNOR, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, SENATORS AND MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, THE PRESIDING OFFICERS AND CLERKS OF Both HOUSES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF New YORK AT THE TIME OF THE PASSAGE OF THE Laws CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

GOVERNOR. ALFRED E. SMITH..

- ALBANY, ALBANY COUNTY.

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1 George L. Thompson

Suffolk.

Kings Park. 2 John L. Karle ?

Kings..

Brooklyn. 3 Peter J. McGarry

Queens..

Long Island City. 4 Kenneth F. Sutherland. Kings.

Brooklyn. 5 Daniel F. Farrell.

Kings.

Brooklyn. 6 Loring M. Black, Jr.

Kings.

Brooklyn. 7 Charles C. Lockwood.

Kings.

Brooklyn. 8 Alvah W. Burlingame, Jr. Kings.

Brooklyn. 9 Charles E. Russell

Kings.

Brooklyn. 10 Jeremiah F. Twomey

Kings.

Brooklyn. 11 Daniel J. Carroll.

Kings.

Brooklyn. 12 James J. Walker

New York.

New York city. 13 John J. Boylan.

New York.

New York city. 14 Bernard Downing

New York.

New York city. 15 Abraham Kaplan

New York.

New York city. 16 Joseph D. Kelly 3

New York

New York city. 17 Julius Miller...

New York.

New York city. 18 | Salvatore A. Cotillo.

New York.

New York city. 19 Edward J. Dowling..

New York.

New York city. 20 William Copeland Dodge.

New York.

New York city. 21 Henry C. Schackno...

Bronx..

New York city.
i Official residence.
Elected Nov. 4, 1919, vice Frank F. Adel who resigned July 28, 1919.
Elected Nov. 4, 1919, vice James A. Foley who resigned Oct. 9, 1919.

SENATORS—(Concluded).

District.

NAME.

County.

Address.

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25 George T. Burling.. 26 Walter W. Law, Jr. 27 Caleb H. Baumes. 28 James E. Towner. 29 Charles W. Walton. 30 Henry M. Sage. 31 John J. Mackrell. 32 James W. Yelverton. 33 Mortimer Y. Ferris. 34 | N. Monroe Marshall. 35 Burt Z. Kasson.. 36 Frederick M. Davenport 37 Fred B. Pitcher

J. Henry Walters 39 Adon P. Brown. 40 | Clayton R. Lusk. 41 Seymour Lowman. 42 Charles J. Hewitt. 43 William A. Carson 44 John Knight... 45 James L. Whitley 46 John B. Mullan. 47 | George F. Thompson. 48 Parton C. Swift 5 49 Samuel J. Ramsperger. 50 Leonard W. H. Gibbs. 51 J. Samuel Fowler.

New York city.
New York city.
West New Brighton,

S. I.
White Plains.
Briarcliff Manor.
Newburgh.
Towners.
Kingston.
Menands.
Troy.
Schenectady.
Ticonderoga.
Malone.
Gloversville.
Clinton.
Watertown.
Syracuse.
Leonardsville.
Cortland.
Elmira.
Locke.
Rushville.
Arcade.
Rochester.
Rochester.
Middleport.
Buffalo.
Buffalo.
Buffalo.
Jamestown.

Westchester Westchester. Orange. . Putnam. Ulster... Albany. Rensselaer.. Schenectady Essex... Franklin Fulton.. Oneida.. Jefferson. Onondaga. Madison. Cortland Chemung. Cayuga Yates. Wyoming. Monroe. Monroe Niagara Erie. Erie. Erie.. Chautauqua.

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• Temporary president. 6 Elected Feb. 3, 1920, vice Ross Graves who resigned Dec. 26, 1919.

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1 Edgar C. Campbell

Albany

Albany. 2 Charles F. Moss..

Albany

Albany. 3 Frank L. Wiswall

Albany.

Watervliet.
William Duke, Jr.

Allegany.

Wellsville, 1 Albert H. Henderson.

Bronx.

New York city. 2 Edward J. Flynn.

Bronx.

New York city. 3 Samuel A. de Witt 1.

Bronx.

New York city. 4 Samuel Orr 2.

Bronx.

New York city. 5 William S. Evans..

Bronx

New York city. 6 Thomas J. McDonald.

Bronx.

New York city. 7 Joseph V. McKee..

Bronx.

New York city. 8 J. Fairfax McLaughlin.

Bronx.

New York city. 1 Edmund B. Jenks..

Broome.

Whitney Point. 2 Forman E. Whitcomb.

Broome.

Union.
De Hart H. Ames..

Cattaraugus.

Franklinville.
L. Ford Hager..

Cayuga

Victory. 1 Hermes L. Ames 3

Chautauqua.

Falconer. 2 Joseph A. McGinnies.

Chautauqua.

Ripley.
John J. Richford.

Chemung

Elmira.
Bert Lord.

Chenango.

Afton.
Charles M. Harrington. Clinton..

Peru.
Ransom H. Gillett..

Columbia.

New Lebanon Center.
Irving F. Rice..

Cortland.

Cortland.
Lincoln R. Long

Delaware.

New Kingston. 1 John G. Webb..

Dutchess.

Clinton Corners. 2 Frank L. Gardner.

Dutchess.

Poughkeepsie. 1 George E. D. Brady.

Erie.

Buffalo. 2 John W. Slacer..

Erie.

Buffalo. 3 August Seelbach.

Erie,

Buffalo.
Andrew T. Beasley.

Erie.

Buffalo. 5 Alexander A. Patrzykowski. Erie.

Buffalo. 6 George H. Rowe...

Erie.

Buffalo. 7 Herbert A. Zimmerinan. Erie.

Buffalo. 8 Nelson W. Cheney..

Erie.

Eden.
Raymond T. Kenyon.

Essex

Ausable Forks.
Warren T, Thayer..

Franklin.

Chateaugay.
Eberly Hutchinson.

Fulton & Hamilton. Johnstown.
Charles P. Miller

Genesee.

South Byron.
Frank G. Jacobs.

Greene.

South Cairo.
Edward 0. Davies.

Herkimer.

Ilion.
H. Edmund Machold.

Jefferson..

Ellisburg.
Ousted by vote of the Assembly April 1, 1920. Reelected at a special election
Sept. 16, 1920. Resigned Sept. 24, 1920.

2 Ousted by vote of the Assembly April 1, 1920. Reelected at a special election Sept. 16, 1920. Resigned Sept. 23, 1920.

i Died Aug. 23, 1920.

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MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY-(Continued).

District.

NAME.

County.

Address.

1 John J. Griffith.
2 James J. Mullen.
3 Frank J. Taylor.
4 Peter A. McArdle.
5 James H. Caulfield, Jr.
6 | Harry Dimin..
7 John J. Kelly
8 Michael J. Reilly
9 James T. Carroll.
10 Leo V. Doherty.
11 James F. Bly..
12 William T. Simpson.
13 George W. Lindsay
14 | Joseph Lentol..
15 John J. McLoughlin
16 Harvey J. Ross.
17 Frederick A. Wells.
18 Theodore Stitt.
19 Benjamin Klingman
20 John O. Gempler.
21 Warren I. Lee..
22 George U. Forbell.
23 Charles Solomon 5.

Frederick S. Easton, Jr.
George F. Wheelock.

Morell E. Tallett.. 1 James A. Harris.

Kings...
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Kings
Kings
Kings.
Kings.
Kings.
Lewis.
Livingston.
Madison.
Monroe..

Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Lowville.
Leicester.
De Ruyter.
East Rochester, R.

F. D. 2.
Rochester.
Rochester.
Charlotte, R. F. D.
Lincoln Park, R. F.

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Alton A. Walrath ...

Montgomery

Fort Plain. 1 Thomas A. McWhinney

Nassau...

Lawrence. 2 Theodore Roosevelt.

Nassau.

Oyster Bay. 1 Peter J. Hamill.

New York

New York city. 2 Caesar B. F. Barra .

New York

New York city. 3 Thomas F. Burchill.

New York

New York city. 4 Samuel Dickstein.

New York

New York city. 5 Charles D. Donohue.

New York

New York city. 6 Sol Ullman..

New York.

New York city. 7 | Noel B. Fox..

New York

New York city. 8 Louis Waldman 6

New York.

New York city. 9 Martin Bourke..

New York

New York city. 10 William W. Pellet.

New York

New York city. 11 William C. Amos.

New York.

New York city. 12 Martin G. McCue.

New York.

New York city. * Elected at a special election Sept. 16, 1920, vice John Damico who died July 27, 1920.

5 Ousted by vote of the Assembly April 1, 1920. Reelected at a special election Sept. 16, 1920. Ousted by a vote of the Assembly Sept. 21, 1920.

Ousted by vote of the Assembly April 1, 1920. Reelected at a special election Sept. 16, 1920. Ousted by vote of the Assembly Sept. 21, 1920.

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New York. New York. New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York. New York. Niagara Niagara Oneida Oneida Oneida. Onondaga Onondaga. Onondaga Ontario. Orange Orange Orleans Oswego. Otsego. Putnam. Queens. Queens. Queens. Queens. Queens. Queens. Rensselaer Rensselaer Richmond. Richmond Rockland St. Lawence. St. Lawrence Saratoga. Schenectady Schenectady. Schoharie.. Schuyler Seneca Steuben Steuben Suffolk Suffolk Sullivan Tioga

New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. Lockport. Niagara Falls. Utica. Clinton. Remsen. Euclid. Syracuse. Syracuse. North Bloomfield. Newburgh. Middletown. Albion. Phoenix Richfield Springs. Garrison. Long Island City. Ridgewood, L. I. East Elmhurst, L. I. Jamaica, L. I. Richmond Hill, L. I. Union Course, L. I. North Troy. Berlin. West New Brighton. New Dorp, S. I. West Haverstraw. Gouverneur. Potsdam Saratoga Springs. Schenectady. Schenectady. Lawyersville. Montour Falls. Seneca Falls. Bath. Canisteo. Cutchogue. Bayport. Callicoon. Berkshire.

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY—(Continued).

Distriot.

NAME.

13 Robert B. Wallace.. 14 Edward F. Healey. 15 Joseph Steinberg .. 16 Maurice Bloch.. 17 August Claessens? 18 Owen M. Kiernan. 19 Marguerite L. Smith 20 Louis A. Cuvillier.. 21 John C. Hawkins. 22 Oscar J. Smith.. 23 George N. Jesse 1 David E. Jeffery. 2 Alvan V. Parker 1 Hartwell W. Booth. 2 Louis M. Martin.. 3 Chauncey J. Williams. 1 Manuel J. Soule... 2 Gardner J. Chamberlin... 3 George R. Fearon..

George M. Tyler
1 Arthur E. Brundage.
2 Charles L. Mead..

Frank H. Lattin.
Thaddeus C. Sweet.
Allen J. Bloomfield.

John P. Donohoe.
1 Peter A. Leininger.
2 Bernhard Schwab.
3 Edward J. Neary.
4 Nicholas M. Pette.
5 Ralph Halpern..
6 Henry Baum..
1 Hugh C. Morrissey.
2 Arthur Cowee..
1 Thomas F. Cosgrove,
2 George P. Reynaud.

Gordon H. Peck. 1 Frank L. Seaker. 2 Edward A. Everett..

Clarence C. Smith..
1 Harold E. Blodgett...
2 Elizabeth V. Gillette.

Jared Van Wagenen, Jr.
Clarence W. Hausner.

George A. Dobson..
1 Ernest E. Cole..
2 Delevan C. Hunter
1 John G. Downs.
2 William G. Carroll.

Guernsey T. Cross.
Daniel P. Witter..

Ousted by vote of the Assembly April 1, 1920. Reelected at a special election Sept. 16, 1920. Ousted by vote of the Assembly Sept. 21, 1920.

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