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STATE OF NEW YORK.

No. 34.

IN ASSEMBLY,

JANUARY 17, 1887.

FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF

NEW YORK.

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January 17, 1887. To the Legislature:

I have the honor to transmit herewith the annual report of the

Civil Service Commission

DAVID B. HILL.

197122

REPORT.

OFFICE OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION,

ALBANY, January 8, 1887.

To His Excellency the Governor of the State of New York:

Sır.— The New York Civil Service Commission, in pursuance of the provisions of the act, has the honor to submit its fourth annual report.

During the past year the number of persons in the service of the State subject to civil service regulations, made or approved by the Commission, has been increased from 15,179 to 15,895; the number being distributed as follows :

The number of persons in the service of the State (exclusive of cities) subject to civil service rules approved by the Governor, is 4,819.

The number of persons in the service of cities, subject to civil service regulations made by mayors and approved by the Commission, is as follows: City of New York..

7,271 City of Brooklyn..

1,785 City of Rochester.

253 City of Auburn....

19 City of Syracuse.

111 City of Albany..

367 City of Buffalo..

719 City of Binghamton..

18 City of Troy..

205 City of Ogdensburgh,

4 Long Island City..

47 City of Yonkers...

137 Other cities, not reported (estimated). .

140

Total.....

.. 15,895

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