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Eighteenth. The eighteenth senate district shall consist of the counties of Rensselaer and Columbia.

Nineteenth. The nineteenth senate district shall consist of the county of Albany.

Twentieth. The twentieth senate district shall consist of the counties of Saratoga, Montgomery, Herkimer and Schenectady.

Twenty-first. The twenty-first senate district shall consist of the counties of Essex, Clinton, Franklin, Washington, Warren, Fulton and Hamilton.

Twenty-second. The twenty-second senate district shall consist of the counties of St. Lawrence, Jefferson and Oswego.

Twenty-third. The twenty-third senate district shall consist of the counties of Oneida, Otsego and Lewis.

Twenty-fourth. The twenty-fourth senate district shall consist of the counties of Onondaga and Madison.

Twenty-fifth. The twenty-fifth senate district shall consist of the counties of Delaware, Broome, Cortland, Chenango and Tioga.

Twenty-sixth. The twenty-sixth senate district shall consist of the counties of Cayuga, Wayne, Tompkins, Ontario and Yates.

Twenty-seventh. The twenty-seventh senate district shall consist of the counties of Chemung, Schuyler, Seneca and Stuben.

Twenty-eighth. The twenty-eighth senate district shall consist of the county of Monroe.

Twenty-ninth. The twenty-ninth senate district shall con. sist of the counties of Niagara, Orleans, Livingston, Wyoming and Genesee.

Thirtieth. The thirtieth senate district shall consist of the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fourteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth wards of the city of Buffalo.

Thirty-first. The thirty-first senate district shall consist first, twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth wards of the city of Buffalo, together with all that portion of Erie county lying outside of the city of Buffalo.

Thirty-second. The thirty-second senate district shall consist of the counties of Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany. Whenever the word "ward” or “wards” is used in this act it shall be understood to refer to the ward or wards as constituted at the time of the passage of this act.

$ 2. The number of members of assembly in this state hereafter to be chosen in the several counties thereof shall be as follows:

In the county of Albany, four.
In the county of Allegany, one.
In the county of Broome, one.
In the county of Cattaraugus, one.
In the county of Cayuga, one.
In the county of Chautauqua, one.
In the county of Chemung, one.
In the county of Chenango, one.
In the county of Clinton, one.
In the county of Columbia, one.
In the county of Cortland, one.
In the county of Delaware, one.
In the county of Dutchess, two.
In the county of Erie, six.
In the county of Essex, one.
In the county of Franklin, one.
In the counties of Fulton and Hamilton, one.
In the county of Genesee, one.
In the county of Greene, one.
In the county of Herkimer, one.
In the county of Jefferson, one.
In the county of Kings, eighteen.
In the county of Lewis, one.
In the county of Livingston, one.
In the county of Madison, one.

In the county of Monroe, three.
In the county of Montgomery, one.
In the county of New York, thirty.
In the county of Niagara, one.
In the county of Oneida, two.
In the county of Onondaga, three.
In the county of Ontario, one.
In the county of Orange, two.
In the county of Orleans, one.
In the county of Oswego, one.
In the county of Otsego, one.
In the county of Putnam, one.
In the county of Queens, three.
In the county of Rensselaer, three.
In the county of Richmond, one.
In the county of Rockland, one.
In the county of St. Lawrence, one.
In the county of Saratoga, one.
In the county of Schenectady, one.
In the county of Schoharie, one.
In the county of Schuyler, one.
In the county of Seneca, one.
In the county of Steuben, two.
In the county of Suffolk, one.
In the county of Sullivan, one.
In the county of Tioga, one.
In the county of Tompkins, one.
In the county of Ulster, two.
In the county of Warren, one.
In the county of Washington, one.
In the county of Wayne, one.
In the county of Westchester, three.
In the county of Wyoming, one.
In the county of Yates, one.

$ 3. The supervisors of each of the aforesaid counties, which are by the provisions of this act entitled to more than one member of assembly, except in the city and county of men of said city, shall meet on the third Tuesday of July next, at the place where their meetings were last held; they shall organize by appointing one of their number as chairman, and another as secretary, and shall proceed to divide their respective counties into so many assembly districts as they are entitled respectively to members of assembly under this act; and shall thereupon make their certificates respectively, containing a description of each assembly district, specifying the number of each district and the population thereof according to the last state census. Said certificate shall be signed by a majority of such supervisors respectively, except in the city and county of New York, and in said city and county by a majority of the board of alderman of said city, and they shall cause duplicate certificates to be filed in the office of the secretary of state and the office of the clerk of their respective counties.

§ 4. This act shall take effect immediately.

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I have compared the preceding with the original law on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said original law.

FRANK RICE,

Secretary of State.

The Congressional Apportionment Law.

CHAPTER 295, LAWS OF 1892.

An Act dividing the state into congressional districts. APPROVED by the Governor April 13, 1892. Passed, three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. For the election of representatives in congress of the United States this state shall be and is hereby divided into thirty-four districts, namely:

FIRST DISTRICT.— The counties of Suffolk and Queens shall compose the first district.

SECOND DISTRICT.— The first, second, fifth, sixth, seventh, eleventh and twentieth wards of the city of Brooklyn, as now constituted, shall compose the second district.

THIRD DISTRICT. – The fourth, third, tenth, twenty-second, ninth and twenty-third wards of the city of Brooklyn, as now constituted, together with the town of Flatbush, shall compose the third district.

FOURTH DISTRICT.— The twelfth, eighth, twenty-fourth, twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth wards of the city of Brooklyn, as now constituted, together with the towns of New Utrecht, Gravesend and Flatlands, shall compose the fourth district.

FIFTH DISTRICT.— The eighteenth, nineteenth, twentyfirst, twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth wards of the city of Brooklyn, as now constituted, shall compose the fifth district.

SIXTH DISTRICT.— The thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth wards of the city of Brooklyn,

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