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* Including Georgia's votes, not counted.
NOTE.--The one vote in 1821 was cast for John Quincy Adams by an elector from New Hampshire.
PRESIDENT HARRISON'S CABINET.
NOTE.-In case of new appointments to fill vacancies, insert them on the Intermediate lines.
GOVERNORS AND LIEUT. GOVERNORS.
Giving the names of all the Governors and Lieutenant Governors in and for the State of New York since the adoption of the first Constitution in 1777, to the present time.
*Nathaniel Pitcher, L. Governor acting as Governor..
*Martin Van Buren...
..Enos T. Throop...
*Enos T. Throop, L. Governor acting as Governor...
Enos T. Throop...
..Edward P. Livingston..
Wm. L. Marcy.
Wm. H. Seward..
Wm. C. Bouck..
John T. Hoffman..
*David B, Hill, Lieut. Governor acting as Governor.
NOTES.-Daniel T. Tompkins resigned in 1817, to become Vice-President; John Taylor acting as Governor.
DeWitt Clinton died in office February 11, 1828; Nathaniel Pitcher serving the unexpired term.
Martin Van Buren resigned April 7, 1829, and accepted the office of Secretary of State under Andrew Jackson, Enos Throop serving the unexpired term.
Grover Cleveland resigned January 1, 1885, having been elected to the Presidency of the United States, David B. Hill serving the unexpired term.
Prior to 1823, the term was three years; from 1823 to 1877, the term was two years; since 1877, the term has been three years. Governor Clinton first entered upon his duties July 9; in 1787 an act was passed making the officer's term commence July 1. The constitution of 1821 provided that the term commence January 1.
JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS.
The Court consists of a Chief Judge and six Associate Judges, who hold office fourteen years.
The court for the trial of impeachment of State officers is composed of the President of the Senate, the Senate, and the Judges of the Court of Appeals.
AUXILIARY COURT OF APPEALS. (See pp. 178-180).
APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR FROM THE SUPREME COURT.
David L. Follett, Chief Judge. Charles F. Brown, Alton B. Parker, Joseph Potter, Irving G. Vann, George Bradley, and Albert Haight, Associate Judges.
CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
1. John Jay, of New York...
JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
The Supreme Court consists of forty-six Justices. The State is divided into eight judicial districts. The 1st district elects 7 Justices; the 2d, 5th, 7th and 8th districts each elect 6 Justices; and the 3d, 4th, and 6th districts each elect five Justices. As fast as the terms of Justices expire, elections take place for a term of 14 years. For General Term purposes, the State is divided into 5 Judicial Departments. The Governor designates the Justices to hold the General Terms. In each department there is a Presiding Justice, who holds office during the term for which he was elected to the bench, and two Associates, who hold office for 5 years, unless the terms for which they were elected sooner expire.