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Physicians, junior......
Physicians, women...
Pilot, steam tug. Manhattan state hospital
Plumber, department of public instiuction
Police constable, Niagara reservation.
Preparator, state museum..
Printing clerk, regents office.
Proofreaders......
Real estate transfer and certificate clerk...
Register of vital statistics, Auburn.......
Special agents, department of excise.....
Special agent, fisheries, game and forest commission
Special agent, department of public works...
Statistical clerk, department of public instruction
Statisticians, bureau of labor statistics......
Stenographers and typewriters........
Stewards, hospitals and institutions...
Stewards, assistant, hospitals and institutions,
Storekeepers.....,
Superintendent, free employment bureau.....
Superintendent of grade crossing bureau...
Superintendents, state charitable and reformatory

institutions.................
Superintendent of construction, Clinton prison....
Superintendents of industries, state prisons.....
Superintendent of inspection, board of charities..
Superintendent of licenses, factory inspector.....
Superintendents, state hospitals.......
Surgeons, soldiers and sailors' home....
Tailor and cutter, Erie county penitentiary
Tax clerk, attorney general...
Teachers.......
Telegrapher.....
Timekeeper.....,
Tracers.......
Transfer agent, Elmira reformatory...
Translator, department of public instruction.
Traveling agents, agricultural experiment station.
Typewriters.....
Veterinarians, department of agriculture.....
Watchmen, agricultural experiment station...

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TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS SINCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMISSION

11884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 Total

67 55 +124 1,028 856 1,004 3,134
Competitive....

18 22 57 58' 79 47 62 71 101 129 183 2001 630 536 398 421 514, 483 561 4,570
Non-competitive (Schedule C)*...... 61' 299 157 73 102 116 811 341 86 110 190 189 180....

1,985
Non-competitive .......

386 223 327 583 470 509 606 722 1,0041, 103 1,074 1,207 2,619 2,000 1,787/1,564 1,953 1,896 2,161 22, 194
Provisional...........

42 45 34 165 286
Without examination, competitive,
rule 8. $ 5....

10 46 6 2 64 Without examination, competitive, rule 8, $ 9......

59 32 491 868 1,085 1,116 3,651

* Schedule C, suspended May 26, 1896.

† Does not include deputies, department state superintendent of elections.

APPENDIX E

1 AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE RULES

2 AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICATION

3 REQUESTS FOR CHANGES IN THE STATE CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICA

TION DENIED

4 AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS

5 SPECIAL REPORTS UPON INVESTIGATION OF ADMINISTRATION OF

CIVIL SERVICE LAW AND RULES IN THE CITY OF ROCHESTER

6 EXTRACTS FROM THE MINUTES, ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY,

SHOWING SPECIAL ACTIONS AND RULINGS OF THE COMMISSION

AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE RULES

Rule I, section 14 Add at the end thereof the words, “ unless facts relating to the work done by such person are presented to the Commission showing that such work is that of an ordinary unskilled laborer," so that the same shall read as follows:

The terms “laborer” and “unskilled laborer” are used synony. mously and shall be construed as applying only to persons employed as ordinary laborers, and shall not include mechanics, artisans, tradesmen and other skilled laborers, and no person shall be deemed a “ laborer” who receives a compensation greater than two dollars for each day of actual service or sixty dollars per month, unless facts relating to the work done by such person are presented to the Commission showing that such work is that of an ordinary unskilled laborer:

(Adopted April 8, 1902. Approved by the governor April 18, 1902.)

Rule III, section 4 Add at the end thereof the words “ except as permitted by sections thirteen and fifteen of the civil service law," so that the same shall read as follows:

The classification by or under these rules in the competitive class of any position previously exempt from examination or subject to non-competitive examination, shall not be deemed to confer upon the person holding such position at the time of such change in classification any right or privilege of transfer or promotion to a position in the competitive class under these rules, except as permitted by sections thirteen and fifteen of the civil service law.

(Adopted April 8, 1902. Approved by the governor April 18, 1902.)

Rule IV, section 3 Strike out, at the end thereof, the words “ next prior to the passage of the civil service law," so that the same read as follows:

No person shall be appointed or employed under any title not appropriate to the duties to be performed, and no person shall

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