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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 CLASSIFI-

CATION 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

APPENDIX F 1 Civil SERVICE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE CITIES OF

FULTON AND PLATTSBURGH APPROVED 2 AMENDMENTS TO CITY CIVIL SERVICE RULES APPROVED 3 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CITY CIVIL SERVICE RULES DIS

APPROVED

APPENDIX G

REPORTS OF MUNICIPAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONS

APPENDIX H 1 OPINIONS OF JUSTICES DICKEY, GAYNOR AND MAREAN IN

Kings COUNTY CASES 2 DIGEST OF COURT DECISIONS RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE LAW 3 OPINIONS OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL

APPENDIX I
THE CIVIL SERVICE LAW, RULES, CLASSIFICATION AND REGULA-

TIONS, AMENDED TO JANUARY 1, 1903

APPENDIX J

ROSTER OF STATE AND COUNTY EMPLOYEES

APPENDIX A

CHIEF EXAMINER'S ANNUAL REPORT

CHIEF EXAMINER'S ANNUAL REPORT

ALBANY, N. Y., December 31, 1902 To the State Civil Service Commission:

GENTLEMEN.— I have the honor to submit the following report of the examination division for the calendar year 1902.

Organization of the division The only changes in the organization of the division during the year have been the resignation of Mabel E. Paterson and Rose J. Mehan as stenographers taking effect August 1st and November 4th, respectively. The vacancies have been filled by the appointment of Viola P. Sherrill and Ellen G. Tobin.

During the greater part of the year it was found necessary to employ a temporary examiner at $75 a month. Franklin B. Holmes was employed in this capacity from January 13th to June 30th, and Nathan Beckwith from August 1st to October 31st. These appointments were made from the eligible list during the periods of especially heavy work incident to the examinations for the Kings county service and the general examination for clerks and stenographers and resulted in a considerable saving of time and expense as compared with the employment of outside examiners on a per diem basis.

The expenses for special and expert examiners for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1902, was $1,120.94, which is slightly more than that reported last year, on account of the greater number of candidates examined.

Statistics of examinations The work of the examination division for the year may be summarized as follows:

Examinations of 1901 completed in 1902

Number Number of exami- of candinations, dates,

192

18

Open competitive examinations. .......
Competitive promotion examinations...........
Competitive examination, State and Oswego city

service (janitor normal school). ....... ....

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Examinations of 1902 completed

Number Number of exami- of candi

nations. dates. Open competitive examinations.

150 , 4058 Competitive promotion examinations........... 11 30 Non-competitive promotion examinations........ Provisional examinations ..................... Examinations for non-competitive positions con

ducted directly by the Commission's examiners, Examinations for non-competitive positions con

ducted by institution boards of examiners reviewed and recorded by the office...............

2255

....

172

Examinations of 1902 uncompleted, none

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Applications for competitive examinations received and recorded......

.......... Applicants notified for competitive examination...... Number of dates on which examinations were held by

the Commission's examiners... Total number of examinations, counting each date and

place, held by the Commission's examiners. ..........

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