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Appointed by the Board of Supervisors:

The county attorney; superintendent of burials of indigent soldiers,

sailors and marines; superintendent of the court house and the court

house annex. In the office of the County Clerk:

The custodian; the deputy; one secretary.
In the office of the County Judge:

Clerk to the county judge.
In the office of the County Treasurer:

The deputy; one tax clerk; one secretary.
In the office of the District Attorney:

The assistant district attorney; stenographer to the grand jury; the

county detective. In the office of the Superintendent of the Poor:

The matron (wife of the keeper). In the office of the Surrogate:

Clerk of the surrogate's court; deputy clerk; clerk to the surrogate.

Richmond County In the office of the Commissioner of Jurors:

The assistant commissioner of jurors.
In the office of the County Clerk:

The deputy county clerk.
In the office of the County Judge and Surrogate.

The clerk of the surrogate's court; one confidential clerk.
In the office of the District Attorney:

First assistant district attorney; second assistant district attorney; one

special messenger and subpoena server; one confidential clerk; two

stenographers to grand jury. In the office of the Sheriff :

The counsel.

Suffolk County
In the office of the Auditor:

The secretary.
In the office of the Board of Child Welfare:

The secretary and investigator.
Appointed by the Board of Supervisors:

The county attorney.
In the office of the County Clerk:

The deputy; the second deputy; the secretary.
In the office of the County Judge:

One clerk or stenographer.
In the office of the District Attorney:

One clerk or stenographer; one assistant district attorney.

In the office of the Superintendent of the Poor:

Matron at the almshouse (wife of keeper). In the Surrogate's Court:

Clerk of the court; one clerk and stenographer.

Ulster County Appointed by the Board of Supervisors:

The county attorney. In the County Court:

The stenographer to the grand jury.
In the office of the County Clerk:

The deputy.
In the office of the District Attorney:

The assistant district attorney.
In the office of the Superintendent of the Poor:

Chaplains; the physician; the matron (wife of keeper).
In the office of the Surrogate:

The clerk of the court.
In the office of the Treasurer:
The deputy.

Westchester County
In the office of the Board of Supervisors:

The county attorney; manager of the Bronx Valley sanitary trunk sewer. In the County Court:

One court stenographer.
In the office of the Commissioner of Charities and Corrections:

One secretary; two chaplains.
In the office of the Commissioner of Jurors:

One deputy.
In the office of the Comptroller:

The first deputy.
In the office of the County Clerk:

Three deputies.
In the office of the County Treasurer:

The deputy treasurer; one cashier.
In the office of the District Attorney:

First assistant district attorney; second assistant district attorney; one

clerk; the stenographer to grand jury; confidential clerk and stenog.

rapher; county investigator. In the office of the Register:

One mortgage tax deputy; one cashier, mortgage tax bureau. In the office of the Sheriff:

The sheriff's clerk; the attorney. In the office of the Surrogate:

The clerk of the court; one clerk or attendant to surrogate; one deputy

clerk of the court; the transfer tax assistant.

VILLAGE SERVICE All unskilled laborers, and such skilled laborers as are not included in the competitive class or the non-competitive class, which are to be specially designated in the regulations prescribed by the commission. Ilion:

Engineer (per dient compensation); attorney; treasurer; registrar of

vital statistics (fees); auto driver, fire department, $10 a month. Ossining:

Counsel; police justice; engineer and surveyor (per diem employment);

secretary, board of health. Peekskill:

Attorney; police justice; acting police justice; engineer and surveyor

(per diem employment). Port Chester:

Corporation counsel; assessor; police justice; acting police justice; sec.

retary, board of health, who is also registrar of vital statistics.

tester:

Rule VI. Appointments in the Exempt Class Appointments may be made to the exempt class without examination. Notification of such appointments shall be made forthwith to the commission for entry upon the official roster and subsequent certification for payment of salaries.

Rule VII. The Competitive Class The competitive class shall include all positions now existing or hereafter created of whatever function, designation or compensation in each and every branch of the classified service, except such positions as are specifically desig. nated in the exempt class or the non-competitive class, arranged in the following groups and subdivisions :

GROUPS BASED UPON THE CHARACTER OF THE SERVICE

RENDERED Group A. Clerks, which term shall include all positions, the duties of which are of a clerical character, and which are not otherwise specifically provided for herein. Subdivision 1. Secretaries, chief clerks.

2. Clerks, recorders, registers, copyists.
3. Clerks with special educational requirements.
4. Bookkeepers, accountants.
5. Stenographers and typewriters.

6. Pages, office boys and girls. Group B. Cashiers, which term shall include all positions, the duties of which are the actual receipt, custody or disbursement of money or the enforcement of the accountability for the same. Subdivision 1. Cashiers, tellers, paymasters, disbursing agents or clerks,

financial clerks.
2. Auditors, comptrollers.

Group C. Custodians and messengers, which term shall include all positions, the duties of which are the charge of property or persons, or as attendants. Subdivision 1. Stewards who are not disbursing agents, superintendents of

buildings. 2. Matrons. 3. Storekeepers. 4. Prison and reformatory keepers and guards. 5. Officers, attendants, nurses, etc., having care of inmates of

institutions and hospitals. 6. Protectors of forest, fisheries and game. 7. Messengers, ushers, attendants, orderlies, marshals, criers,

porters, watchmen in courts and offices. 8. Janitors.

9. Elevatormen. Group D. Engineers, which term shall include all positions where qualifica tions of an engineering or cognate character are required. Subdivision 1. Civil engineers.

2. Levelers, surveyors, rodmen.
3. Chainmen.
4. Architects.
5. Architectural draftsmen.
6. Engineering draftsmen.
7. Chief engineers.
8. Electrical engineers, dynamo tenders, electricians.

9. Steam engineers, firemen, engine drivers. Group E. Inspectors, which term shall include all positions, the duties of which are the inspection of materials or workmanship or the supervision of laborers. Subdivision 1. Superintendents of construction or repairs when not civil en.

gineers or architects.
2. Inspectors of masonry, iron work and other materials and

workmanship.
3. Electrical inspectors.

4. Overseers, foremen. Group F. Special agents, which term shall include all positions requiring detective ability. Subdivision 1. Examiners for the banking department.

2. Examiners for the insurance department.
3. Examiners for the comptroller and other state officers.
4. Examiners for state boards and commissions.
5. Deputy factory inspectors.
6. Special excise agents.

7. Inspectors of milk, butter, cheese, vinegar, etc. Group G. Law positions, which term shall include all positions requiring some legal knowledge. Subdivision 1. Law clerks, brief clerks, statutory revision clerks, clerks in

other offices whose duties require some legal knowledge. 2. Corporation examiners and clerks. 3. Clerks of courts.

Group H. Medical positions, which term shall include all positions requir-
ing medical or pharmaceutic knowledge.
Subdivision 1. Superintendents of asylums and hospitals, who are necessarily

physicians.
2. Physicians, surgeons.
3. Medical examiners.
1. Medical internes.
5. Pathologists.
6. Health officers.
7. Sanitary experts and inspectors.
8. Pharmacists, apothecaries.

9. Veterinarians. Group I. Mathematicians, which term shall include all positions requiring special mathematical qualifications. Subdivision 1. Actuaries, statisticians, computers.

2. Expert accountants. Group J. Scientists, which term shall include all positions requiring special scientific knowledge. Subdivision 1. Geologists.

2. Paleontologists.
3. Botanists.
4. Entomologists.
5. Bacteriologists.

6. Chemists. Group K. Agriculturists, which term shall include all positions requiring agricultural or horticultural knowledge, including arboriculture and the breeding and care of domestic animals. Subdivision 1. Agriculturists, farmers.

2. Horticulturists, gardeners, arboriculturists. Group L. Instructors, which term shall include all positions, the duties of which are scholastic instruction or to educate or test the ability to instruct. Subdivision 1. Principals of schools.

2. Teachers in all branches, other than such as are otherwise

specially provided for in this classification.

3. Examiners of educational and scholastic qualifications. Group M. Mechanics and craftsmen, which term shall include all positions requiring special mechanical skill, or as tradesmen, not classed as laborers. Subdivision 1. Mechanics, craftsmen and tradesmen, whose duties shall be

actual service as such.

2. Instructors in any handicraft or mechanical or other trade. Group N. Miscellaneous positions, which term shall include all positions requiring expert or other qualifications not embraced in the exempt or noncompetitive classes, or in other groups in this class. Subdivision 1. Superintendents of institutions, who are not necessarily

physicians or instructors.
2. Chief and assistant librarians.
3. Interpreters.

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