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State Civil Service RULES

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service has been assigned to perform duties other than those for which he was examined and certified, or under any title not appropriate to the duties to be performed, the Commission will refuse certification, and remove his name from the official roster.

Rule XXIII. Causes for Removal. To secure compliance with the provisions of the Civil Service Law prohibiting removals because of political opinions or affiliations and in accordance with the further provisions regarding the removal of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors and marines and exempt volunteer firemen, no removal of any person in the classified service of the State shall be valid unless and until a statement of the causes of such removal shall be filed with the Commission and a copy of the same furnished to the person sought to be removed, and until such person has been afforded an opportunity to present an explanation in writing.

Rule XXIV. Extension of Rules. These rules shall not be deemed to extend to the offices, places and employments in the civil divisions of the State until after due inquiry by the Commission it shall be found practicable, of which finding proper and timely notice shall be given.

Rule XXV. Administrative Regulations. The Commission shall prescribe and enforce suitable regulations for carrying into effect the provisions of these rules and those of the Civil Service Law and of section 9 of article V of the Constitution, not inconsistent therewith; and shall prescribe blank forms for all applications,

certificates, reports, records and returns required under these rules and the regulations made in pursuance thereof.

STATE OF NEW YORK
EXECUTIVE CHAMBER

June 8, 1899
The foregoing rules prescribed by the State Civil
· Service Commission are hereby approved.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT

Governor

THE PUBLIC HEALTH – NUISANCE MAIN

TAINED BY THE EASTERN PAVING BRICK
CO. AT CATSKILL – DECLARATION

STATE OF NEW YORK

Executive Chamber In the Matter of the Investigation of the State Board of Health

into an alleged nuisance caused by the Eastern Paving Brick Company, at Catskill, N. Y.

An order having been made by me on May ist, 1899, directing the State Board of Health to investigate into an alleged nuisance caused by the Eastern Paving Brick Company, of Catskill, N. Y., and the said State Board of Health having returned to me their report of such re-investigation and examination, wherein they find the following facts:

ist. That by the operation of the machinery used by said company, great and unnecessary noise is made and

created in the plant of said Eastern Paving Brick Company, situated along Catskill creek, and between said creek and the main street of the village of Catskill, N. Y., and that the Udalia Kilns, having a frontage of about seven hundred feet along said creek, when in operation, constantly give out great quantities of heavy black smoke, coal gas, noisome and foul smells and odors, which said smoke, gas and odors, owing to the location, construction and methods of operating said kilns, are carried directly into the houses and living and sleeping rooms of a large number of people residing in said village, both day and night, making it necessary for them to keep both doors and windows closed, and causing much sickness and illhealth, and constituting a nuisance injurious to life and health.

2nd. That the manufacture of paving brick by said corporation at the Udalia Kilns, as at present operated and constructed, constitutes a nuisance, injurious not only to the property rights of the people, but to the public health as well, and recommending that the operation of the Udalia Kilns, as at present operated, be declared a nuisance, and that the same be abated, on or before August ist, 1899.

NOW THEREFORE, on reading the said report, it is hereby Ordered, that the report of the State Board of Health of such reinvestigation and examination be, and the same hereby is approved; and it is hereby further ordered, and I do hereby, pursuant to section 6 of the Public Health Law, Chapter 661 of the Laws of 1893, declare that the operation of the said Udalia Kilns, as at present operated and constructed, as certified in said report, is a public nuisance.

AND I DO FURTHER ORDER the said Eastern Paving Brick Company to abate said nuisance on or before August 15th, 1899. • Given under my hand and the Privy Seal of the

State at the Capitol in the city of Albany [l s] this 29th day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the Governor: WILLIAM J. YOUNGS

Secretary to the Governor.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH – NUISANCE MAIN

TAINED BY THE EASTERN PAVING BRICK
CO., AT CATSKILL - ORDER TO ABATE

STATE OF NEW YORK

Executive Chamber THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF New York, to the Dis

trict Attorney, Sheriff and other officers of the county

of Greene: THIS IS TO COMMAND YOU to take all necessary measures to execute an order made by our Governor, at the Capitol, in the city of Albany, on the 29th day of July, 1899, declaring that the operation of the Udalia Kilns by the Eastern Paving Brick Company, in the village of Catskill, N. Y., as at present operated and constructed, is a public nuisance, and requiring the said Eastern Paving Brick Company to abate said nuisance on or before August 15th 1899. and to cause the said order to be obeyed. Hereof fail not at your peril. GIVEN under my hand and the Privy Seal of the

State at the Capitol in the city of Albany [L s] this 29th day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the Governor: WILLIAM J. YOUNGS

Secretary to the Governor

THE PUBLIC HEALTH – NUISANCE MAIN

TAINED BY THE EASTERN PAVING BRICK
CO., AT CATSKILL — ORDER EXTENDING
DATE TO DISCONTINUE

STATE OF NEW YORK

Executive Chamber WHEREAS an order was issued by me of date July 29 1899, based upon the report of the State Board of Health directing that the Eastern Paving Brick Company at Catskill abate certain nuisances reported by said State Board of Health to exist in or near the village of Catskill, and

WHEREAS the said Eastern Paving Brick Company having made the request that such order be temporarily suspended, and

WHEREAS a petition numerously signed by officials of the county of Greene and prominent citizens of the village of Catskill requesting that such petition be granted has been presented to me;

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