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TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS SINCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMISSION.

1884 1885 1886

1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 Total

Exemptt...
Competitive...
Non-competitive (Schedule C)*.
Non-competitive.......

18 22
61 299
386 223

571
157
327

58 79 47
73 102 116
583 470 509

67 55 124 1,028 8561,004 962 2,156 668 6,920
62 71 101 129 183 200 630 536 398 421 514 483 561 563 528 642 6,303
81 341 86 110 190 1891 180

1,985
606 722 1,004 1,103 1,074 1,207 2,619 2,000 1,787 1,564 1,953 1,896 2,161 2,845/2,547|2,78730,373

42 45 34 165 48 62 87 483

8 6 6 20

Competitive, rule 8, § 10.........
Without examination, competitive, rule

8, $ 5....
Without examination, competitive, rule

101

46

6

2

6

3

22

95

59 32 491 868 1,085 1,116 1,097|1,064 1,234 7,046
651 672 7491,134 1,1911,342 1,447 1,5963,429 2,662 2,272 2,652 4,454 4,360 5,00 5,529 6,366 5,446/53,225

Provisional..

8, $ 9 (employments)....

Total

4651 544

5411 7141

*Schedule C, suspended May 26, 1896.

Includes local health officers and deputy state superintendents of elections.

Does not include deputy state superintendents of elections.

APPENDIX F

1 AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE RULES

2 AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICATION

3 REQUESTS FOR CHANGES IN THE STATE CIVIL SERVICE RULES AND

CLASSIFICATION DENIED)

4 AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS

5 EXTRACTS FROM THE MINUTES, ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY,

SHOWING SPECIAL ACTIONS AND RULINGS OF THE COMMISSION

AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE RULES

RULE VII, SECTION 4 Resolved, That, subject to the approval of the Governor, civil service rule VII, section 4, be and hereby is amended by striking out the words “Grade B. Clerks and assistant clerks, salaries from $2,500 to $4,000 per annum,” and inserting in lieu thereof the words "Grade B. Clerks and assistant clerks, salaries $2,000 to $4,000 per annum.”

(Adopted May ő, 1905. Approved by the Governor May 31, 1905.)

Resolved, That, subject to the approval of the Governor, civil service rule VII, subdivision 4, be and hereby is amended by striking out the words “ Grade B. Clerks and assistant clerks, salaries $2,000 to $4,000 per annum," and inserting in lieu thereof the words “ Grade B. Clerks and assistant clerks, salaries $2,000 to $4,500 per annum.”

(Adopted November 17, 1905. Approved by the Governor November 23, 1905.)

RULE XIV. PROMOTIONS Resolved, That, subject to the approval of the Governor, the state civil service rules be and hereby are amended by striking out rule XIV in relation to promotions, and substituting in lieu thereof the following:

RULE XIV. PROMOTIONS 1. The term promotion includes the appointment of any person in the state service to another position in the same department, or, under the provisions of section 3 of this rule, in another department, for original entrance to which there is required by the commission an examination involving essential tests different from or higher than those required for original entrance to the position previously held by such person, or which by compensation, duties or designation falls in a different grade under section 4 of rule VII from the position previously held by such person, and any increase of salary of any person in such service, with or without change in duties or designation, beyond the limit fixed for the grade containing the position held by such person.

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2. All positions vacant in the competitive class above the lowest grade in any office, department or institution shall be filled, so far as practicable, by promotion, and original appointment to such positions shall be allowed only when the commission shall find it impracticable to fill the same by promotion under this rule.

3. In order to be eligible to any promotion a person must have served continuously for the six months immediately preceding such promotion in a position in the next lower grade and in the same group, as specified in rule VII, in the same office, department or institution in which the promotion is to be made. If there are less than three persons who have so served in the next lower grade in the same group, or if all such per. sons fail in any promotion examination, then all persons who have so served in the second lower grade of such group shall be eligible to promotion, subject to the provisions of section 4 of this rule. The commission may in any case extend eligibility for promotion to the incumbents of any of the following classes of positions: First, persons who for more than six months have served in any of the lower grades in the same group in the same office, department or institution; second, persons who for more than six months have served in another group, but in a similar position, in the same office, department or institution; third, persons who for more than six months have served in the same or another group, but in a similar position in other offices, departments or institutions; provided, however, that no persons in any of the three classes of positions before mentioned shall be · eligible to promotion unless the commission shall find that the nature of the duties of the positions held by such persons are such as naturally and properly fit them to perform the duties of the position to which they seek promotion as fully as the duties of the persons holding positions in the next two lower grades in the same group in the office, department or institution in which promotion is to be made; but no person shall be eligible

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