The first chief justice was John Jay.
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The first Supreme Court Chief Justice was John Jay. He served under George Washington from October 19, 1789 until June 29, 1795.
John Jay was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court*, appointed on October 19, 1789 by President George Washington. Jay served on the Court until the end of June, 1795,… when he resigned to become Governor of New York. The Supreme Court was first called to assemble on February 1, 1790, at the Royal Exchange Building on the corner of Broad and Water Streets in New York City, then the Nation's Capital, but travel impediments prevented the Court from meeting until the next day, February 2, 1790. Some of the Associate Justices, such as John Rutledge, didn't attend the meeting. The first Supreme Court comprised only six Justices: Chief Justice: John Jay, from New York Associate Justices: John Rutledge, from South Carolina William Cushing, from Massachusetts James Wilson, from Pennsylvania John Blair, from Virginia James Iredell, from North Carolina. *Note: The correct title is now Chief Justice of the United States, but most people refer to this person as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
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Answer John Jay was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, appointed in 1789. His salary was $4,000 per year; the Associate Justices received $3,500 per year. Explan…ation According to the article, "Shabby Salaries of our Public Officials," in a 1900 copy of Gunton's Magazine, the Judiciary Act of 1789 established the salary of the first Chief Justice of the United States at $4,000 per year. The five Associate Justices of the Supreme Court received $3,500 per year, each. This rate remained fixed until 1819, when the Chief Justice and Associate Justices' salaries were increased to $5,000 and $4,500 per year, respectively. In contrast, federal District judges of that era earned between $1,000 and $1,800 annually. As of 2010, the Chief Justice of the United States receives an annual salary of $223,500, and the Associate Justices receive annual salaries of $213,900. Steele, A. H. "Shabby Salaries of our Public Officials." Gunton's Magazine 18 (1900): 419-28.
President George Washington appointed first Chief Justice John Jay to the US Supreme Court in September 1789. Washington also appointed the second and third Chief Justices, Jo…hn Rutledge and Oliver Ellsworth, during his terms of office.
John Jay was the first Chief Justice to sit on the US Supreme Court.
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