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ON INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF TOWNS AND COUNTIES.

(No. 225, Second Floor.) Messrs. Armstrong, Warnick, Brown, Fancher, Stevens, Kee nan, Hawkins. Clerk...

.W. F. Butler.

ON PUBLIC EDUCATION.

(No. 226, Second Floor.) Messrs. Warnick, White, Brackett, Cordts, Cobb, Frawley, Quinn. Clerk...

.W. S. Hopkins.

ON PUBLIO HEALTH.

(No. 227, Second Floor.) Messrs. Tully, Elsberg, Cooper, Hinman, Fechter, Frawley, Quinn.

Clerk.......... Francis H. Townsend.

ON MILITARY AFFAIR8.

(No. 227, Second Floor.) Messrs. Gates, Davis, Cooper, Gardner, Saxe, Riordan, Kehoe. Clerk...

..John E. Long.

ON REVISION.

(Engrossing Room.) Messrs. Prime, Hinman, Saxe, Cooper, Smith, Martin, Quinn.

..Geo. T. Meislahn.

Clerk....

ON PRINTED AND ENGROSSED BILLS.

(Engrossing Room.) Messrs. Coggeshall, Tully, Fechter, Marks, Fitzgerald. Clerk...

..John J. Lewis.

ON AFFAIRS OF VILLAGES.

(No. 227, Second Floor.) Messrs. Carpenter, Goodgell, Hinman, Cassidy, Burr, Keenan, Hasenflug Clerk..

Job E. Long.

ON AGRICULTURE.

(No. 226, Second Floor.) Messrs. Brown, Gates, Stevens, Cordts, Smith, Martin, Hasenflug. Clerk....

.S. P. Milby.

ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS.

(Senate Library No. 329, Third Floor.) Messrs. Cobb, Brackett, Hill, Page, Tully, Foley, McCarren. Clerk...

... Henry Foland.

ON PUBLIC PRINTING.

(No. 228, Second Floor.) Messrs. McEwan, Lewis, Goodsell, Cullen, Hawkins. Clerk...

.C. Shufelt.

ON INDIAN AFFAIRS.

(No. 224, Second Floor.) Messrs. Fancher, White, Wilcox, Cullen, Marks. Clerk...

..W. J. Hadden.

ON TRADE AND MANUFACTURES.

(No. 228, Second Floor.) Messrs. L'Hommedieu, Carpenter, Drescher, Hasenflug, Fitx gerald. Clerk....

S. P. Milby.

ON RULES.

(Lieutenant-Governor's Room.) Messrs. Raines, Malby, Grady. Clerk.

E. B. Dixon.

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS.

SENATORS. The figures following the names show the years of previous service in the Legislature. [A.] indicates the Assembly and [S.] the Senate. The committee chairmanship is indicated thus: [Ch.]. Republicans, 36, are printed with a * ; Democrats, 14.

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TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. Allds, Jotham P.,* 1896-1902 (A.); 1903–4 (S.); lawyer, Norwich. (Ch.] Forest, fish and game; finance; judiciary; taxation and retrenchment.

FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. Armstrong, William W.,* 1895-98 (A.] ; 1899-1904 [S.] ; lawyer, Rochester. (Ch.] Internal affairs; finance; judiciary; forest, fish and game.

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. Barnes, William D.,* 1902–1904 [S.] ; paper manufacturer, Brainard. [Ch.] Penal institutions; finance; commerce and navigation; banks.

TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. Brackett, Edgar T.,* 1896-1904 (S.); lawyer, Saratoga Springs. (Ch.] Judiciary; codes; public education; privileges and elections.

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT. Brown, Walter L., * 1888–1889, 1891-1892, 1893 [A.); 18961898, 1902–1904 (S.); hardware merchant and farmer, Oneonta. [Ch.) Agriculture; finance; internal affairs; canals.

FIRST DISTRICT. Burr, Carll s., Jr.,* 1896–1898 [A.] ; breeder trotting horses, Commack, Long Island, N. Y. Railroads; commerce and navigation; forest, fish and game; villages.

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. Carpenter, Francis M.,* 1904 (S.] treasurer Title Company, Mt. Kisco. (Ch.] Villages; cities; canals; trade and manufactures.

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FORTIETH DISTRICT. Cassidy, Owen,* lawyer, Watkins. Miscellaneous corporations; taxation and retrenchment; villages; canals.

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THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. Cobb, George H.,* lawyer, Watertown. Privileges and elections; [Ch.] judiciary; railroads; forest, fish and game; public education.

THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. Coggeshall, Henry J.,* 1873 [A.] 1884–1889–1890, 1899–1900 [S.); lawyer and farmer, Waterville. [Ch.] Printed and engrossed bills; railroads; insurance; miscellaneous corporations.

EIGHTH DISTRICT. Cooper, Charles,* president Cooper Company, Realty, 174 Hancock street, Brooklyn. Cities; public health; military affairs; revision.

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. Cordts, John N.,* merchant and real estate, Kingston. Cities; commerce and navigation; public education; agriculture.

THIRD DISTRICT. Cullen, Thomas H., 1896–1898 [A.] ; 1899–1904 (S.); shipping and commission, 256 President street, Brooklyn. Taxation and retrenchment; miscellaneous corporations; Indian affairs; public printing.

FORTY-NINTH DISTRICT. Davis, George A.,* 1896–1904 [S.] ; lawyer, 936 Ellicott square, Buffalo. [Ch.] Canals; judiciary; cities; military affairs.

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FOURTH DISTRICT. Drescher, John, Jr.,* art dealer, 379 Rodney street, Brooklyn. Commerce and navigation; insurance; penal institutions; trades and manufactures.

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. Elsberg, Nathaniel A.,* 1899–1904 [S.] ; lawyer, 73 East Sixtysixth street, New York city. [Ch.] Codes; cities; judiciary; public health.

FIFTIETH DISTRICT. Fancher, Albert T.,* 1899–1902 [A.] ; 1903–1904 [S.]; farmer and oil producer, Salamanca. [Ch.] Indian affairs; railroads; insurance; internal affairs.

FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. Fechter, Louis, Sr., * manager rendering works, Buffalo. merce and navigation; penal institutions; public health ; printed and engrossed bills.

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Fitzgerald, John C., 1903-1904 [S.]; accountant, 38 East Fourth street, New York city. Commerce and navigation; miscellaneous corporations; printed and engrossed bills; trades and manufactures.

TWELFTH DISTRICT. Foley, Samuel J., 1891-1895 [A.] ; 1896–1904 [S.]; real estate, 472 Grand street, New York city. Finance; taxation and retrenchment; banks; privileges and elections.

TWENTIETH DISTRICT. Frawley, James J., 1903–1904 (S.); builder and contractor, 271 Broadway, New York city. Insurance; public education; forest, fish and game; public health.

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Sixth DISTRICT. Gardner, Frank J.,* lawyer, 44 Court street, Brooklyn. Codes; canals; banks; military affairs.

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TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. Gates, Francis H.,* 1903-1904 [S.]; farmer, Chittenango. [Ch.] Military affairs; taxation and retrenchment; banks; agriculture.

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. Goodsell, Louis F.,* 1895–1898 [A.] ; 1899–1904 [S.]; real estate, Highland Falls. (Ch.) Miscellaneous corporations; railroads; public printing; villages.

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. Grady, Thomas F., 1877–1879 [A.] ; 1882–1883, 1889, 1896–1904 [S.); lawyer, 151 East Thirteenth street, New York city. Finance; judiciary; cities; rules. Minority leader.

NINTH DISTRICT. Hasenflug, Conrad, 1900–1901 [A.] ; real estate, 695 Bushwick avenue, Brooklyn. Banks; villages; agriculture; trade and manufactures.

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. Hawkins, John A., 1903–1904 (S.); printer, 601 East One Hun. dred and Thirty-ninth street, New York city. Canals; penal institutions; internal affairs; public printing.

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