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APPENDIX II.

The following tables showA. The elective offices in New York City. B. The number of election officers for every state or

municipal election in New York City. C. The number of Assembly Districts and election dis

tricts, and the total of registered voters in each Assembly District, and the average of registered voters in each election district in New York City, for the

year 1886.

A.

ELECTIVE OFFICERS.

Mayor.

Seven Justices of the Supreme Comptroller.

Court. President of the Board of Al. Six Justices of the Superior dermen.

Court. Twenty-four Aldermen.

Six Justices of the Court of Sheriff.

Common Pleas. County Clerk.

Six Justices of the City Court. Register.

Eleven District Court Civil Jus. Four Coroners.

tices. District Attorney.

Recorder. Twenty - four Members of As-Judge of General Sessions. sembly.

City Judge. Seven Senators

Surrogate.

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Duties of Inspectors of Elections. There are four Inspectors of Election in each election district. They must meet and be in constant attendance at the designated place of registration and polling on the four appointed days of registration and on election-day. One of the four must be designated as chair

Their duties are clearly set forth in a “Manual” issued by the Bureau of Elections, and are briefly as follows: They must register the names, etc., of all duly qualified voters who may apply for registration. The chairman must, at the close of each day's registration, deliver to the police-captain of the precinct in which the election district is located a list of the names, etc., of every person who registered on that day. 2d. They must keep six books, exact copies, of the names, etc., of the persons who register. 3d. They must receive and deposit the ballots of such registered voters on election

day, and allow no person to vote whose name is not on their registers. 4th. They must count and declare the vote in their election district, and return duly attested statements of the vote cast to the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen, the County Clerk, and the Chief of the Bureau of Elections.

Duties of Poll-clerks. There are two poll-clerks in each election district. Their duties are also set forth in the “Manual” referred to, but are chiefly as follows: 1st. They must attend at the polling-place at the opening of the polls on electionday, and remain in constant attendance. 2d. They must each keep a poll list, and record therein the name of every person who votes. They must also keep two tally lists of the officers for which each person votes. 3d. They must sign both poll lists and tallies, after comparison, and return, within twenty-four hours after the close of the polls, one poll list and one tally to the Chief of the Bureau of Elections, one poll list to the County Clerk, and one tally to the Mayor.

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6,283 7,368 7,500 9,157 7,058 8,671 8,838 8,961 9,863 9,816 6,342 8,201 9,281 6,825 11,261

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