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" The members of -the said board and of the said commissions shall be appointed by the governor, by and with the advice and consent of the senate; and. any member may be removed from office by the governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him... "
Public Papers of Governor - Page 193
by New York (State). Governor - 1899
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Publications, Issues 61-68

State Charities Aid Association (N.Y.) - 1895
...advice and consent of the Senate; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. 13. Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections, and to tbeir supervision...
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Annual Report, Volume 1; Volume 35

New York (State). Board of Charities - 1902
...any institution, subject to the provisions of this article, may be removed by the governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. 44. Fiscal year. — The fiscal year of all state charitable institutions, of the New York state...
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State Charities Aid Association Annual Report

State Charities Aid Association (N.Y.) - 1892
...advice and consent of the Senate; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. SECTION 13. Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections, and to their...
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Annual Report of the State Charities Aid Association to the State Commission ...

State Charities Aid Association (N.Y.) - 1894
...advice and consent of the Senate; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. 13. Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections, and to their supervision...
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Annual Report, Issue 6

New York (State). State Hospital Commission - 1895
...advice and consent of the Senate; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. 13. Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections, and to their supervision...
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Documents and Reports of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New ...

New York (State). Constitutional Convention - 1895 - 394 pages
...advice and consent of the iSenate ; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. Sec. 13. Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections and to their...
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The Laws of New York State Relating to General, Religious and Non-business ...

New York (State), Robert Cushing Cumming - 1896 - 326 pages
...advice and consent of the Senate; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. inspection herein provided for, shall not be exclusive of other visitation and inspection now authorized...
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Annual Report, Issue 51

Correctional Association of New York - 1896
...advice and consent of the senate; and any member may be removed from office by the governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. Sheriffs, clerks of counties, district attorneys and registers; Governor may remove. Time of election....
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The Revised Statutes, Codes and General Laws of the State of New York ...

New York (State) - 1896
...advice and consent of the senate; and any member may be removed from office by the governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. Id., 12. New. ] •) 7 Existing laws to remain in force. Existing laws relating to institutions...
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The New York Red Book

1897
...advice and consent of the Senate ; and any member may be removed from office by the Governor for cause, an opportunity having been given him to be heard in his defense. [New.] Existing laws to remain in force. — 13. Existing laws relating to institutions referred...
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