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" Commission, which held that the use of the word " confidential * would not make it necessary to classify the positions as exempt from examination... "
Report of the State Civil Service Commission - Page 11
1911
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Public Papers of Governor

New York (State). Governor - 1910
...however, in the light of their experience, advise me that in their view this language of the bill " would not make it necessary to classify the positions as exempt from examination." They have maintained that the question of classification is governed by the duties of the position...
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New York State Service, Volume 1; Volume 28

New York (State). Department of Civil Service - 1911
...his belief that it did not preclude the filling of the positions through competitive examinations. In this he had the support of the State Civil Service...officers have been appointed in cities and counties throughoiit the State as the result of open competitive examinations and with entirely satisfactory...
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Good Government, Volumes 27-28

1910
...commission, however, in the light of their experience, advise me that in their view this language of the bill "would not make it necessary to classify the positions as exempt from examination." They have maintained that the question of classification is governed by the duties of the position...
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