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SEVENTH ANNUAL RECORD
ASSEMBLYMEN AND SENATORS,
(CITY) OF NEW YORK-
COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL AND OTHER AUTHENTIC
PUBLISHED BY THE CITY REFORM CLUB, 47 CEDAR ST.
ADDITIONAL COPIES MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION
The City Club
NOTE I.—THE “ CONSOLIDATION ACT," Chapter 410 of
the laws of 1882, is entitled, “ An act to “consolidate into one act and to declare " the special and local laws affecting public • interests in the City of New York,” and contains the greater part of the laws relating to the government of the city.
NOTE II.—The legislature of 1892 was divided as follows between the parties :
Democrats in Senate ........17
THE CENTRAL PARK SPEEDWAY, AND SPEEDWAY
REPEAL ACTS, . . . . . . . . .
TABLE SHOWING CERTAIN VOTES OF NEW YORK PAGE
CITY SENATORS IN THE LEGISLATURE OF 1892, 62-63 RECORDS OF ASSEMBLYMEN:
Patrick H. DUFFY... First Assembly District . .
98 Louis H. Hahlo .... Twenty-first “
100 William J. OʻDAIR ... Twenty-second “
102 GEORGE P. WEBSTER . . . Twenty-thiri “
104 JAMES L. WELLS . .... Twenty-fourth “
107 RECORDS OF SENATORS:
William L. BROWN. . . Fifth Senate District ....... 109
111 GEORGE F. ROESCH . . . Seventh "
114 Martin T. MCMAHON. . Eighth "
117 EDWARD P. HAGAN . . . Ninth "
119 Jacob A. CANTOR . .... Tenth “
122 GEORGE W. PLUNKITT . . Eleventh's
...... 125 NEWSPAPER OPINIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE OF 1892. 130 MAP SHOWING THE OLD ASSEMBLY AND ALDER
MANIC DISTRICTS IN NEW YORK CITY.
IN NEW YORK CITY,