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The Treasurer of State.

of pottery, she was enabled, by heroic efforts to hold the children together and give them each the benefit of a few years in the public schools. At the age of twelve years Charles was serving as messenger and office boy in the office of the Knowles, Taylor & Knowles Pottery Company at East Liverpool, where he remained for eight years, having been promoted from time to time until his experience had embraced the usual routine of their office duties, he having assisted at various times in each of the office departments. He left the employ of the Knowles Company September 12, 1893, for the purpose of attending school.

Later he served as chief clerk for the Boyce Foundry and Machine Works at East Liverpool, until he accepted the cashiership of the Columbiana County Treasury, at Lisbon, under Treasurer-elect Isaac B. Cameron, where he remained as cashier and confidential clerk for five years and four months, discharging faithfully every trust reposed in him, to the entire satisfaction of his employer, and the tax payers in general. His appointment to his present situation came unsolicited from Treasurer of State Cameron, his former employer.

Mr. Green belongs to Salem Lodge No. 30 B. P. O. E., Concordia Lodge No. 98, I. 0. 0. F., of Lisbon, Goodale Lodge No. 372, F. & A. M., Columbus, Ohio.

THE TREASURERS OF STATE

Term, three years, until the adoption of the new Constitution in 1851, afterwards

two years.

Name.

Term

* John Armstrong
William McFarland
**Hiram M. Curry
Samuel Sullivan
Henry Brown
Joseph Whitehill

1792-1803 1803–1816 1816-1820 1820_1823 1823—1835 1835-1847

* Treasurer of the Northwest Territory. **Resigned February, 1820.

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COMPTROLLERS OF THE TREASURY.

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HE office of Comptroller of the Treasury was established in 1859, as an intermediate check between the Auditor of State and the

State Treasury. Warrants issued by the Auditor were not payable at the Treasury until countersigned by the Comptroller or his proper representative, whose books were practically duplicates of the books kept in the office of the Auditor and Treasurer. The office was abolished in 1877. General Wilson being then in charge. The following list gives the names and terms of service of the several incumbents:

W. B. Thrall, 1859-1862; Joseph H. Riley, 1862-1865; Moses R. Brailey, 1865-1871; William T. Wilson, 1871-1877.

Office abolished in 1877.

PART FOUR.

THE JUDICIARY OF THE TERRITORIAL AND STATE

GOVERNMENT IN OHIO.

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