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Title: Florida quarterly bulletin of the Department of Agriculture
Series Title: Florida quarterly bulletin of the Department of Agriculture.
Uniform Title: Report of the Chemical Division
Alternate Title: Outline and directory of Florida state government
Physical Description: 9 v. : ill. (some folded) ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher: Department of Agriculture. State of Florida.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Manufacturer: Artcraft Printers
Publication Date: October 1927
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 31, no. 4 (Oct., 1921)-v. 39, no. 3 (July 1929).
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VOLUME 37


NUMBER 4


Outline and Directory

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Florida State

Government







SUPPLEMENT TO
FLORIDA QUARTERLY BULLETIN OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
DECEMBER, 1927







NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
Tallahassee, Florida


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OUTLINE AND DIRECTORY OF
FLORIDA STATE GOVERNMENT


By T. J. BROOKS
Chief Clerk, Department of Agriculture

A. LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
(a) SENATE: Composed of 38 members, elected for four
years-one-half alternating with the other half, by even
and odd numbered districts, biennially.
(b) HOUSE: Composed of 95 members, elected biennially by
counties, representation based on legislative reappor-
tionment.
Five largest counties have three representatives each,
18 next largest have two each, all others have one rep-
resentative each.
B. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
(a) SUPREME COURT: Consisting of not less than three,
and not more than six members. Legislature of 1923
placed the number at six.
(a') Method of Selection: Elective, six-year term for each
and elected at alternating elections.
(b') Jurisdiction:
(a") Original, may issue
1-Writs of mandamus,
2-Writs of certiorari,
3-Writs of prohibition,
4-Writs of quo warrant,
5-Writs of habeas corpus,
6-All writs necessary or proper to the com-
plete exercise of its jurisdiction.
7-Any member has power to issue writs of
habeas corpus upon petition or on behalf of
any person held in actual custody, and may
make such writs returnable before him or
the full bench, or any Justice thereof, or
before any Circuit Judge.
(b") Appellate in
1-All cases of law and equity originating in
Circuit Courts;
2-Appeals from Circuit Courts in cases arising
before Judges of the County Courts in mat-
ters pertaining to their probate jurisdiction;
the management of estates of infants;
3-Cases of conviction of felony in the Crim-
inal Courts;
4-All criminal cases originating in the Circuit
Courts.












JUSTICES
W. H. Ellis, Chief.
J. B. Whitfield.
Rivers H. Buford.
Louis W. Strum.
Armistead Brown.
Glenn Terrell.
(b) CIRCUIT COURTS; CIRCUIT JUDGES:
(a') Method of Selection: Appointed by the Governor
and confirmed by the Senate, for a period of six
years. By custom they are nominated in primaries.
(b') Jurisdiction:
(a") Original and exclusive in
1-All cases in equity;
2-All cases of law not cognizable by inferior
courts;
3-All cases involving the legality of tax assess-
ment or toll;
4-Action of ejectment;
5-All actions involving the titles or boundaries
of real estate;
6-All criminal cases not cognizable by the in-
ferior courts;
7-Actions of forcible entry and unlawful de-
tainer-and such other as the Legislature
may provide.
8-Issuing writs of mandamus, injunction, quo
warrant, certiorari, prohibition, habeas
corpus, and all writs, etc.
(b") Appellate in
1-All civil and criminal cases arising in the
county courts or before the County Judge
in counties not having county courts;
2-All misdemeanors tried in criminal courts;
3-Judgments and sentences of Mayor's court;
4-All cases arising before Justices of the
Peace in counties where there are no county
courts;
5-Matters arising before County Judges per-
taining to their probate jurisdiction, or to
the estates and interests of minors;
6-Such other matters as the Legislature may
prescribe.
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Walton, Santa Rosa, Escambia, Okaloosa.
Judges-A. G. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; Thos. F. West,
Milton.
State Attorney-L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola.
Court Reporter-Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs.

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SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson, Leon.
Judge-E. C. Love, Quincy.
State Attorney-Geo. W. Walker, Tallahassee.
Court Reporter-W. J. Bledsoe, Tallahassee.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Hamilton, Dixie, Taylor, Madison, Columbia, Suwannee,
Lafayette.
Judges-Mallory F. Home, Jasper; Hal W. Adams, Mayo.
State Attorney-J. R. Kelly, Madison.
Court Reporter-Gussie Miller, Lake City.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Clay, Nassau, St. Johns, Duval.
Judges-Geo. Couper Gibbs, Jacksonville; DeWitt T. Gray,
Jacksonville.
State Attorney-Charles M. Durrance.
Assistant State Attorney-Ion L. Farriss, Jacksonville.
Court Reporter-Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville.
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Citrus, Hernando, Marion.
Judge-W. S. Bullock, Ocala.
State Attorney-James Whitehurst, Brooksville.
Court Reporter-Jerry W. Boland, Ocala.
SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Pinellas, Pasco.
Judge-Freeman P. Lane, St. Petersburg.
State Attorney-E. P. Wilson, Dade City.
Court Reporter-B. E. Satterfield, Clearwater.
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Brevard, Volusia, Seminole.
Judge-W. W. Wright, Sanford.
State Attorney-Millard B. Smith, Titusville.
Court Reporter-Jessie D. Kleinman, Sanford.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Putnam, Levy, Baker, Bradford, Flagler, Union, Alachua,
Gilchrist.
Judges-A. W. Long, Palatka; A. Z. Adkins, Starke.
State Attorney-J. C. Adkins, Gainesville.
Court Reporter-Hattie Roebuck, Gainesville.
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Holmes, Washington.
Judge-D. J. Jones, Chipley.
State Attorney-L. D. McRae, Chipley.
Court Reporter-O. C. Speight, Chipley.
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Polk.
Judge-H. C. Petteway, Lakeland.
State Attorney-Harry G. Taylor, Bartow.
Court Reporter-Kate W. Faison, Lakeland.











ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Dade.
Judges-H. F. Atkinson, Miami; A. J. Rose, Miami; Wm. L.
Freeland, Miami.
State Attorney-J. H. Swink, Miami.
Court Reporter-Minnie E. Kehoe, Miami.
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Glades, Collier, Hendry, Charlotte, Lee.
Judge-Geo. W. Whitehurst, Arcadia.
State Attorney-Guy M. Strayhorn, Fort Myers.
Court Reporter-Edward Ley, Arcadia.
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Hillsborough
Judges-F. M. Robles, Tampa; L. L. Parks, Tampa.
State Attorney-Charles B. Parkhill, Tampa.
Court Reporter-Robert F. Johnson, Tampa.
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Jackson.
Judge-Amos Lewis, Marianna.
State Attorney-J. Frank Adams, Blountstown.
Court Reporter-Nan M. Harris, Marianna.
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Palm Beach, Broward.
Judge-C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach.
State Attorney-L. R. Baker, West Palm Beach.
Court Reporter-Alice M. Hayden, West Palm Beach.
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Sumter, Lake.
Judge-J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares.
State Attorney-J. W. Hunter, Tavares.
Court Reporter-W. P. Etheridge, Tavares.
SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Osceola, Orange.
Judge-Frank A. Smith, Orlando.
State Attorney-R. P. Maguire, Orlando.
Court Reporter-L. C. Algee, Orlando.
EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Manatee, Sarasota.
Judge-W. T. Harrison, Palmetto.
State Attorney-Dewey A. Dye, Bradenton.
Court Reporter-W. M. Graham, Bradenton.
NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands.
Judge-W. J. Parker, Sebring.
State Attorney-M. R. McDonald, Sebring.
Court Reporter-James N. Ball, Sebring.












TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Monroe.
Judge-Jefferson B. Browne, Key West.
State Attorney-Arthur Gomez, Key West.
Court Reporter-Illma L. Garthside.
TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Indian River, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Martin.
Judge-Elwyn Thomas, Fort Pierce.
State Attorney-Angus Sumner, Fort Pierce.
Court Reporter-E. E. Sanderson, Fort Pierce.
(c) CRIMINAL COURTS; JUDGES.
(a') Method of Selection: Appointed by Governor for
four years. These courts are created by the Legis-
lature. County Judges' Courts in such counties have
no jurisdiction and no prosecuting attorney.
(b') Jurisdiction: In all criminal cases, not capital, which
shall arise in said counties respectively.
CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD
DADE
Judge-Tom Norfleet, Miami.
Solicitor-Robt. R. Taylor, Jr., Miami.
Assistant Solicitor-Victor A. Sniggs, Miami.
Assistant Solicitor-Glenn C. Mincer, Miami.
Clerk-James E. Flood, Miami.
DUVAL
JudgeJames M. Peeler, Jacksonville.
Solicitor-L. D. Howell, Jacksonville.
Clerk-R. C. Ingram, Jacksonville.
ESCAMBIA
(Court of Record)
Judge-C. Moreno Jones, Pensacola.
Solicitor-Wm. Fisher, Pensacola.
Clerk-J. Lawrence Mayo, Pensacola.
HILLSBOROUGH
Judge-W. R. Petteway, Tampa.
Solicitor-R. E. L. Chancey, Tampa.
Clerk-Ellis J. Simmons, Tampa.
MONROE
Judge-J. Vining Harris, Key West.
Solicitor-J. F. Busto, Key West.
Clerk-C. Sam B. Curry, Key West.
ORANGE
Judge-W. L. Tilden, Orlando.
Solicitor-W. M. Murphy, Orlando.
PALM BEACH
Judge-A. G. Hartridge, West Palm Beach.
Solicitor-W. E. Roebuck, West Palm Beach.
Clerk-Elmore Cohen, West Palm Beach.












POLK
Judge-H. K. Olliphant, Bartow.
Solicitor-J. H. Peterson, Lakeland.
Clerk-L. C. Olive, Bartow.
(d) CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD; JUDGES.
(a') Method of Selection: Appointed by the Governor
and confirmed by the Senate-term four years.
(b') Jurisdiction: Original and exclusive in
(a") All cases at law including writs of attachment
and garnishment in value under $1,500.
(b") Proceedings relating to forcible entry or un-
lawful detention of lands and tenements. (Has
not jurisdiction in cases of equity, or cases in-
volving the legality of a tax, assessment, a toll,
or of action of ejectment, or of action involv-
ing the title or boundaries of real estate or in
cases involving less than $100.)
(e) COUNTY COURTS:
(a') Method of Organization: By legislative enactment.
(b') Jurisdiction:
(a") Original in
1-All cases at law in which the demand or
value shall not exceed $500;
2-Proceedings relating to forcible entry;
3-Unlawful detention of lands and tenements;
4-Misdemeanors.
(b") Appellate in
.1-Cases arising in the courts of Justices of the
Peace.
Counties which have County Courts are: Broward, DeSoto,
Gadsden, Glades, Indian River, Jefferson, Lee, Manatee, Martin,
Okeechobee, Osceola, Pasco, Pinellas, Sarasota, Seminole, and
St. Lucie. See list of County Officers for Judges and
Attorneys.
(f) COUNTY JUDGE:
(a') Method of Selection: Elected every four years. Also
Judge County Court where established.
(b') Jurisdiction:
(a") Original in
1-All cases in which the value of property in-
volved shall not exceed $100.
2-Proceedings relating to forcible entry or
unlawful detention of lands and tenements;
3-Such criminal cases as the Legislature may
prescribe;
4-Settlement of estates of decedents and
minors;
5-Probate wills;
6-Grant letters testamentary and of adminis-
tration and guardianship;
7-The power of committing magistrate;
8-Issue all licenses required by law to be
issued in the county.












(g) JUSTICES OF THE PEACE:
(a') Method of Selection: Elected every four years.
(b') Jurisdiction:
(a") Original only:
1-Case in which the value of property in-
volved does not exceed $100;
2-Criminal cases, excepting felonies as may
be prescribed by law;
3-Issue process for the arrest of all persons
charged with felonies and misdemeanors not
within his jurisdiction to try, and make the
same returable before himself, or the
County Judge for examination, commit-
ment, or bail of the accused.
JUVENILE COURTS
DADE
Judge-Edith M. Atkinson, Miami.
DUVAL
Judge-W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville.
HILLSBOROUGH
Judge-E. C. Darlington, Tampa.
MONROE
Judge-Keen Williams, Key West.
ORANGE
Judge-D. A. Cheney, Orlando.
C. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
(a) THE GOVERNOR-CHIEF MAGISTRATE:
John W. Martin.
(a') How Chosen: By election every four years, not
eligible for two terms in succession.
(b') Powers and Duties:
1-Commander-in-Chief of the military forces of the
State except when they are called into the Fed-
eral service;
2-Executes the laws of the State and recommends
measures to the Legislature;
3-May demand of the Supreme Court interpreta-
tion of provisions of the State Constitution upon
any question affecting his executive powers;
4-Signs all grants and commissions;
5-Has power to suspend officers who are not liable
to impeachment;
6-Has veto power of bills passed by the Legislature
or to disapprove any items in bills making appro-
priations. Veto may be overruled by a two-thirds
vote of members present in each house.












MEMBER OF THE FOLLOWING BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS:
1-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
2-State Board of Education;
3-Board of Internal Improvement;
4-Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
District;
5-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
6-State Pension Board;
7-Board of Pardons;
8-Tax Equalization Board;
9-Sinking Fund Commission;
10-Budget Commission;
11-Text Book Commission.
(b) THE OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE:
H. Clay Crawford.
(a') Method of Selection:. By election every four years.
(b') Functions: Is a member of the following Boards and
Commissions:
1-State Canvassing Board;
2-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
3-Pardoning Board;
4-State Board of Education;
5-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
6-Budget Commission.
(c') Divisions of his Office: Has charge of capitol and
grounds:
1-Divisions of Letters Patent;
2-Division of Commissions;
3-Division of Recording and Filing.
(c) THE OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL:
Fred H. Davis.
(a') Method of Selection: Elected every four years.
(b') Functions: Is a member of the following Boards and
Commissions:
1-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
2-State Board of Education;
3-State Board of Pardons;
4-Board of Tax Equalizers;
5-Foreign Investment Board;
6-Board of Appraisers of Securities;
7-Board of Railroad Property Assessors;
8-Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
District;
9-Board of Trustees of Internal Improvement
Fund;
10-State Canvassing Board;
11-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
12-Budget Commission.
(c') Legal Advisor of
1-The Governor;
2-The Cabinet Officers;
3-State Board of Health;
4-State Road Department;












5-State Hotel Commission;
6-State Shell Fish Commission;
7-State Plant Board;
8-State Board of Control;
9-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
10-Board of Tax Equalization;
11-Is the State Supreme Court Reporter.
(d) THE OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER:
Ernest Amos.
(a') Method of Selection: By election every four years.
(b') Functions: Member of the following Boards and
Commissions:
1-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
2-Board of Pardons;
3-State Canvassing Board;
4-Board of Finance;
5-Pension Board;
6-Railroad Assessment Board;
7-Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
District;
8-Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Fund;
9-Budget Commission;
10-Board of Appraisers of Securities;
11-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
12-State Text Book Commission;
13-Foreign Investment Company Board.
(c') Division of his Office:
1-Division of Accounts;
2-Division of Supervisor of State Banks;
3-Division of Tax Redemption;
4-Division of Pensions;
5-Division of Railroad Assessments;
6-Division of County Depositories;
7-Division of the "Blue Sky" Law;
8-Division of Bank Receivership.
(e) THE OFFICE OF TREASURER:
John C. Luning.
(a') Method of Selection: By election every four years.
(b') Functions: Is a member of the following Boards and
Commissions:
1-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
2-State Board of Education;
3-Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
District;
4-Board of Trustees of Internal Improvement
Fund;
5-Board of Pensions;
6-Board of Tax Equalization;
7-State Text Book Commission;
8-Ex-Officio Insurance Commissioner.
9-Budget Commission.











(c') Divisions of his Office:
1-Division of Accounts;
2-Division of Insurance.
(f) THE OFFICE OF STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION:
W. S. Cawthon.
(a') Method of Selection: By election every four years.
(b') Functions: Is a member of the following Boards and
Commissions:
1-State Board of Education;
2-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
3-State Vocational Educational Board;
4-State Text Book Commission;
5-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
6-Board of Managers of Florida Farm Colony.
(c') Divisions of his Office:
1-Division of State High School Inspector; R. M.
Sealey.
2-Division of Rural School Inspectors; Miss Elsie
W. Partridge; Miss Frances H. Clark.
3-Division of State Director of Vocational Educa-
tion;
(a") Division of State Supervisor of Agriculture;
E. W. Garris.
(b") Division of State Supervisor of Trades and
Industries; C. O. Holley.
(c") Division of State Supervisor of Home Eco-
nomics; Miss Ida Adelaide Anders.
4-Division of State Agent for Negro Schools; J. H.
Brinson.
5-Budget Commission.
(g) THE OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE:
Nathan Mayo.
(a') Method of Selection: By election every four years.
(b') Functions: Is a member of the following Boards and
Commissions:
1-Board of Commissioners of State Institutions;
2-Board of Pardons;
3-Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
District;
4-Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund;
5-State Live Stock Sanitary Board;
6-State Text Book Commission;
7-Budget Commission.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions: This Board is
provided for in the Constitution and is composed of the Gov-
ernor and the cabinet. It has charge of the eleemosynary
institutions of the State-the Industrial School for Boys, In-
dustrial School for Girls, State Asylum, State Farm-lets con-
tracts for State printing and makes text book contracts, super-
vises State buildings and lets contracts for improvements.











Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District:
Composed of the Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller and
Commissioner of Agriculture. It is a governing board which
has charge of the drainage projects and the general work of
reclaiming the Everglades.
Sinking Fund Commission: Composed of the Governor, Sec-
retary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer and Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction. Administers moneys received by
the State banks as interest on money on deposit, for retiring
the State debt.
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund: They adminis-
ter the disposition of State lands and the proceeds thereof.
They are the Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller, Treas-
urer, and Commissioner of Agriculture.
State Pension Board: Passes on all applications for pensions.
Composed of the Governor, Comptroller and Treasurer.
State Board of Health: Composed of three members ap-
pointed by the Governor. Its duty is to administer laws on
sanitation and health.
Members-
Chas. H. Mann, Jacksonville.
H. Mason Smith, Tampa.
Wm. D. Nobles, Pensacola.
State Live Stock Sanitary Board: Composed of seven mem-
bers appointed by the Governor. Its function is to direct the
work of eradication of the cattle tick, tuberculosis and hog
cholera.
Members-
H. H. Simmons, Jacksonville.
T. Sutton Beville, Bushnell.
W. J. Edwards, Ocala.
W. L. Koon, Punta Gorda.
H. S. Pennock, Jupiter.
R. A. Rozier, Laurel Hill.
One vacancy exists.
J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee, State Veterinarian.
State Plant Board: The personnel is the same as that of the
State Board of Control. Its duty is to administer the law on
plant diseases and the shipping of plants.
Foreign Investment Board: Composed of the Attorney Gen-
eral and the Comptroller. Administers laws on foreign cor-
porations doing business in the State.
Budget Commission: Composed of the Governor, Comptrol-
ler and Treasurer, Attorney General, Secretary of State; Com-
missioner of Agriculture and State Superintendent of Public
Instruction.
State Board of Education: This Board is also established by
the Constitution. It is composed of the Governor, Attorney
General, Treasurer, Secretary of State, and State Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction. It has charge of the State School
fund, and colaberative supervision over State Colleges and the
University with the Board of Control. It has the power of












veto over acts of the Board of Control in the appointment of
teachers and the setting of salaries. It may remove subordinate
school officers.
State Canvassing Board: Composed of Secretary of State,
Attorney General and Treasurer. Canvasses and reports on all
election returns.
State Pension Board: Passes on all applications for pensions.
Composed of the Governor, Comptroller and Treasurer.
State Board of Pardons: This is another Board created by
the Constitution. It is composed of the Governor, Attorney
General, Comptroller, Commissioner of Agriculture and Secre-
tary of State. It passes on all questions of pardons.
State Board of Control: This statutory Board was created
in 1905 when the Legislature undertook to consolidate the in-
stitutions of higher education. It supervises the expenditures
for the Institutions of Higher Learning and makes recommen-
dations to the Legislature concerning them. The personnel is
appointed by the Governor-five in number, selected from dif-
ferent sections of the State, who serve without pay.
Members-
P. K. Yonge, Chairman, Pensacola.
E. L. Wartman, Citra.
A. H. Blanding, Bartow.
W. B. Davis, Perry.
E. W. Lane, Jacksonville.
State Road Department: Composed of five Commissioners,
who are appointed by the Governor, one from each Congres-
sional District and one from the State-at-large. It directs the
construction of State highways.
Members-
Fons A. Hathaway, Chairman.
J. Harvey Bayliss.
E. P. Green.
I. E. Schilling.
W. J. Hillman.
STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS
H. B. Pattishall, Jacksonville.
W. S. Hall, Pensacola.
C. J. Carraballo, Tampa.
R. Porter Taylor, Jacksonville.
W. A. Dean, Tampa.
STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
J. H. Haughton, Palatka.
N. H. Hunter, Fort Myers.
Herbert H. D'Alemberte, Pensacola.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksonville.
Wm. M. Hankins, Daytona Beach.
STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY
Robt. Pentland, Jr., Jacksonville.
Geo. H. Ford, Jacksonville.












STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS
N. H. Baltzell, Marianna.
Wm. J. Buck, Brewster.
James E. Crump, Winter Haven.
Wm. M. Rowlett, Tampa.
John D. Raborn, Plant City.
S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton.
John M. Mann, Lake Butler.
Eugene B. Peck, Ocala.
James B. Griffin, St. Augustine.
S. E. Driskell, Jacksonville.
Thos. D. Vassar, Lakeland.
STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS
R. H. Chapman, Lake City.
T. R. James, Crestview.
Philip D. Beall, Pensacola.
Robert E. Davis, Gainesville.
Lewis Twyman, Miami.
Ernest Metcalf, West Palm Beach.
Robert H. Anderson, Jacksonville.
Frank Hobson, St. Petersburg.
John B. Sutton, Tampa.
STATE BOARD OF PLUMBING COMMISSIONERS
Geo. M. McDonald, Jacksonville.
Wm. B. McAndrew, Tampa.
John A. Bronzonie, Tampa.
Jno. Fowler, Jacksonville.
Albert Meissner, Jacksonville.
STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE
Fred J. James, Tampa.
Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville.
W. C. Frederic, Pensacola.
Geo. L. Pfeiffer, Miami.
STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS
Thos. J. Mahaffey, Jacksonville.
A. L. Shealy, Gainesville.
Paul Fischer, Bartow.
STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTICS
E. B. Pritchard, Jacksonville.
J. G. Rawls, Jacksonville.
Robt. T. Graham, St. Augustine.
W. U. Bethea, Bartow.
STATE RAILROAD COMMISSION
Composed of three members elected every four years. It is
the duty of the Board to look after public interests in tele-
phone, telegraph, railroads and common carriers.
A. S. Wells, Chairman.
E. S. Matthews.
Mrs. R. L. Eaton.












STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRY
Karl K. Eychaner, Tampa.
Stephen P. Hill, Jacksonville.
Wm. F. Davey, Daytona.
K. J. Weihe, Ocala.
H. W. Grady, Fort Myers.
STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC EXAMINERS
Addison O'Neill, Daytona.
Ralph B. Ferfuson, Miami.
STATE BOARD OF EMBALMING
Thos. M. Burns, Jacksonville.
F. L. Miller, Sanford.
Casey Hand, Orlando.
L. C. Fisher, Milton.
STATE BOARD OF ENGINEERING EXAMINERS
Herbert D. Mendenhall, Lakeland.
Chas. H. Ruggles, West Palm Beach.
G. K. Armes, Tallahassee.
A. D. Stevens, Jacksonville.
C. S. Hammatt, Jacksonville.

OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS
STATE EQUALIZER OF TAXES
Appointed by the Governor for two years. His findings are
reviewed by the State Board of Equalizers, composed of Gov-
ernor, Attorney General and Treasurer.
Marion Dawson.
HOTEL COMMISSIONER
Appointed by the Governor for four years. His duty is to
inspect hotels, boarding houses, restaurants and cafes as to
safety and sanitation. Refusal to comply with his specifications
renders the offender subject to fine for each day after receiving
orders. Injunction proceedings may be had.
Jerry W. Carter.
ADJUTANT GENERAL
Appointed by the Governor and holds at his pleasure by
provision of the Constitution; by Statute of 1921 the appoint-
ment is by advice and consent of the Senate. It has been cus-
tomary to place names of aspirants for the position on the
primary ticket.
While the Governor is Commander-in-Chief of the State
troops, except when in the service of the National Government,
the Adjutant-General is the active head and chief of staff. He
attends to the details and is the medium of written communi-
cations to troops and to individuals in the military service. The
State troops are known as the National Guard, as they are
aided and partly trained by Federal officers.
J. Clifford Foster.












STATE GEOLOGIST
Appointed by the Governor for four years. Makes geological
surveys of the State. Gathers specimens and collects data on
geological subjects and publishes in reports.
Herman Gunter.
R. M. Harper, Assistant.
STATE LABOR INSPECTOR
Appointed by the Governor for two years. It is his duty to
see that the laws on child labor in factories are enforced, to
see that safe and sanitary places are furnished by employers.
H. E. Mackey.
SUPERVISING INSPECTOR OF NAVAL STORES
Appointed by and holds office at the pleasure of the Gov-
ernor.
R. M. Sasnett, Jacksonville.
STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER
L. M. Rhodes, Jacksonville.
STATE GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION
For the conservation and protection of fresh water fish and
game.
J. B. Royall, Tallahassee.
INSPECTOR OF AIRCRAFT
Hugh L. Mayes, Tallahassee; term not fixed by law.
STATE FISH COMMISSIONER
T. R. Hodges.
COMMISSIONER OF STATE INSTITUTIONS
C. W. Hunter.

MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION
Appointed by the Governor for four years. W. F. Allen,
Commissioner; James E. Thomas, Assistant Commissioner;
D. B. Pinkston, Assistant Commissioner.
AUDITING COMMISSION
Appointed by the Governor for four years. W. V. Knott,
Commissioner; Assistants, B. A. Luning, H. L. Pierce, W. S.
Murrow, W. M. Wainwright.
FORESTRY COMMISSION
Appointed by the Governor. S. Bryan Jennings, Chairman,
Jacksonville, Fla.; Simon F. Williams, A. A. Payne, N. J.
Wicker, E. W. Thorpe.
LIBRARY COMMISSION
W. T. Cash, Secretary, Tallahassee, Fla.; Olin W. Kennedy,
Albert M. Hall.


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