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additional grand jury" and substituting in lieu thereof the words two wardens to the additional grand juries" it having been determined that competitive or non-competitive examination for said position is not practicable.

(Adopted December 12, 1922. Approved by the Governor, December 16, 1922.)

Reformatory for Women, Bedford

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Resolved, That, subject to the approval of the Governor, the classification of positions in the non-competitive class in the Reformatory for Women at Bedford be and hereby is amended by striking out the words housekeeper and cook" and substituting in lieu thereof the word “ housekeeper," for the purpose of changing title to better conform to the duties.

(Adopted December 19, 1922. Approved by the Governor, December 22, 1922.)

REQUESTS FOR CHANGES IN THE STATE CIVIL SERVICE RULES AND CLASSIFICATION DENIED

Department of Public Works

Resolved, That the application of Superintendent of Public Works Cadle requesting classification as exempt of position of superintendent of terminals in his department, be and hereby is denied as it is the jugdment of the Commission that competitive examination for the position is entirely practicable. (February 9, 1922.)

County Judge and District Attorney, Westchester County

Resolved, That the application of the County Judge and District Attorney, Westchester County, for classification as exempt or non-competitive of a new position of interpreter for Westchester County, be and hereby is denied, as it is the judgment of the Commission that competitive examination for the position is entirely practicable.

(April 6, 1922.)

District Attorney, New York County

Resolved, That the application of the District Attorney, New York County, for classification as exempt of an additional position of indictment clerk, be and hereby is denied as it is the judgment of the commission that competitive examination is entirely practicable.

(May 5, 1922.)

Syracuse State School for Mental Defectives

Resolved, That the application of Superintendent Cobb, Syracuse State School for Mental Defectives for classification as exempt of the position of matron at said institution be and hereby is denied, as the Commission believes that competitive examination for the place is practicable.

(May 25, 1922.)

Motion Picture Commission

Resolved, That the request of the Motion Picture Commission for classification as exempt of eight positions of reviewer, four at salary of $1,500, two at salary of $1,800, and two at salary of $2,500 each per annum, be and hereby is denied, as it has not been shown to the satisfaction of the Commission that competitive examination for the place is not practicable. (June 23, 1922.)

District Attorney, New York County

Resolved, That the application of District Attorney Banton, New York County, for classification as exempt of seven additional positions of law stenographer, making a total of twelve, be and hereby is denied, as it is deemed practicable to fill the said positions as the result of competitive examination.

(July 13 and December 12, 1922.)

County Clerk, Queens County

Resolved, That the application of County Clerk Cox, Queens County, for classification as exempt of position of special deputy mortgage tax commissioner and confidential secretary, $1,500 a year, be and hereby is denied. (July 13, 1922.)

Letchworth Village, Thiells

Resolved, That the application of Superintendent Little, Letchworth Village, Thiells, for classification as non-competitive of position of general matron, be and hereby is denied.

(July 13, 1922.)

Attorney-General

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Resolved, That the application of the Attorney-General to strike out the words one stenographer to deputy in charge " and to substitute in lieu thereof the words 66 one stenographer or clerk to deputy in charge in the exempt classification of positions, be and hereby is denied. (September 13, 1922.)

Department of Public Works

Resolved, That the application of the Superintendent of Public Works for classification in the non-competitive class of the position of house foreman in the state grain elevator at Gowanus Bay be denied.

(October 27, 1922.)

Department of Farms and Markets

Resolved, That the application of Commissioner of Farms and Markets Pyrke for transfer from the exempt to the competitive class of the position of special detective 'held by Mr. C. E. Bennett, be and hereby is denied, as the Commission did not deem it advisable to make the change at this time. (November 28, 1922.)

AMENDMENTS TO STATE CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS

Regulation III, Paragraph 3

Resolved, That civil service regulation III, paragraph 3, be and hereby is amended with reference to the compensation of local supervisors and assistants by striking out the following: "In New York City, for local supervisor, $2.50 per hour, maximum not to exceed $25 per day; assistant, $5 per day.", and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "In New York City, for local supervisor, $2.50 per hour, maximum not to exceed $25 per day; three supervising assistants $7.50 per day; other assistants, $5 per day." (October 11, 1922.)

Regulation IV, Subdivision 5

Resolved, That regulation IV, subdivision 5, be and hereby is amended by striking out" junior clerk, minimum, fifteen years, provided that this change shall not remain in force for a period longer than six months after the termination of the existing war with the German Empire," and substituting in lieu thereof "junior clerk, minimum, sixteen years."

(February 9, 1922.)

Regulation VII, Subdivision 6

Resolved, That regulation VII, subdivision 6, be and hereby is amended, effective as of July 15, 1922, by striking from the list of eligible lists from which certification is to be made by judicial districts, the words "farm manager."

(September 13, 1922.)

Regulation XI

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended by striking out "In the Delaware County Tuberculosis Hospital: assistant janitor; cook; laundress; maid; waitress," and substituting in lieu thereof "In the Delaware County Sanatorium: caretaker; cook; laundress; maid; waitress," thus changing the title of the institution as indicated and substituting the position of caretaker for that of assistant janitor. (January 13, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended "In the office of the County Judge, Rensselaer County," by striking out the words "the janitress " and substituting in lieu thereof the words" the janitor."

(January 24, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended as follows: Strike out "In the office of the Superintendent of the Poor, Oneida County: Attendant receiving less than $30 per month and maintenance; seamstress; cook; waitress; laundress; teamster; butcher; laborer; domestic.", and substitute in lieu thereof "In the office of the Superintendent of Charities, Oneida County Home: Attendant receiving less than $30 per month and maintenance; seamstress; cook; waitress; laundress; teamster; butcher; laborer; domestic."

(February 9, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended under the heading "In the University of the State of New York " by adding thereto the words "pressman's apprentice," competitive or noncompetitive examination for said position having been found to be not practicable.

(April 19, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended by adding thereto the words "In the Department of the Interstate Bridge Commission: the caretaker of the Port Jervis-Mattamoras Bridge," it having been determined that competitive or non-competitive examination for said position is not practicable.

(May 5, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended by adding thereto the following: "In the office of the Motion Picture Commission: one laborer, $1,200 per annum," it having been determined that competitive or non-competitive examination for this position is not practicable.

(May 5, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended by adding thereto the words "In Auburn Prison: Domestic." (May 11, 1922.)

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Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended under the heading "In the Nassau County Court House " by striking out the words one laborer not to exceed $125 a month" and substituting in lieu thereof the words" two laborers not to exceed $125 a month each," it having been determined that competitive or non-competitive examination for said position is not practicable.

(May 17, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended under the heading “County Service" by striking out "In the Mountain Sanatorium, Broome County: Cook's helper; kitchen helper; maid,” and substituting in lieu thereof "In the Broome County Tuberculosis Hospital: General helper; laborer."

(August 14, 1922.)

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Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended under the heading County Service by striking out the words "In the office of the Commissioner of Charities and Corrections, Westchester County" and substituting in lieu thereof the words "In the office of Public Welfare, Westchester County."

(August 14, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended by adding under the heading "In the Rockland County Tuberculosis Hospital" the word " orderly."

(October 27, 1922.)

Resolved, That regulation XI, positions classed as laborers, be and hereby is amended under the heading "In the office of the Superintendent of the

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