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SEVENTH DISTRICT. — The county of Richmond, together with the first and fifth assembly districts of the county of New York, shall compose the seventh district.

EIGHTH DISTRICT. The second, third and seventh assembly districts of the county of New York shall compose the eighth district.

NINTH DISTRICT.— The fourth, sixth and eighth assembly districts of the county of New York shall compose the ninth district.

TENTH DISTRICT.— The ninth, thirteenth and fifteenth assembly districts of the county of New York shall compose the tenth district.

ELEVENTH DISTRICT.- The tenth, twelfth and fourteenth assembly districts of the county of New York shall compose the eleventh district.

TWELFTH DISTRICT.- The eleventh, sixteenth and eighteenth assembly districts of the county of New York shall compose the twelfth district.

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT.-The seventeenth and twentieth assembly districts of the county of New York, and that portion of the twenty-first assembly district below the center of Fifty-ninth street in the city of New York, shall compose the thirteenth district..

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT.--The nineteenth assembly district of the county of New York, that portion of the twenty: first assembly district between the center of Fifty-ninth street and the center of Seventy-ninth street, and that portion of the twenty-second assembly district below the center of Seventy-ninth street in the city of New York, shall compose the fourteenth district.

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT.-- That portion of the twenty-first assembly district between the center of Seventy-ninth street and the center of Eighty-sixth street; that portion of the twenty-second district above the center of Seventyninth street of the city of New York, and the twenty-third assembly district of the county of New York, shall compose the fifteenth district.

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT.— The twenty-fourth assembly district of the county of New York and the county of Westchester, shall compose the sixteenth district.

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT.—The counties of Rockland, Orange and Sullivan shall compose the seventeenth district.

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT.--The counties of Putnam, Dutchess and Ulster shall compose the eighteenth district.

NINETEENTH DISTRICT.- The counties of Columbia and Rensselaer shall compose the nineteenth district.

TWENTIETH DISTRICT.-The county of Albany shall compose the twentieth district.

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT.—The counties of Greene, Schoharie, Otsego, Montgomery and Schenectady, shall compose the twenty-first district.

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT.—T'he counties of Fulton and Hamilton, Saratoga and Saint Lawrence shail compose the twenty-second district.

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. The counties of Clinton, Franklin, Essex, Warren and Washington, shall compose the twenty-third district.

TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT.—The counties of Oswego, Jefferson and Lewis, shall compose the twenty-fourth district.

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT.-The counties of Oneida and Herkimer, shall compose the twenty-fifth district.

TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT.—The counties of Delaware, Chenango, Broome, Tioga, Tompkins, shall compose the twentysixth district.

TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT.— The counties of Onondaga and Madison shall compose the twenty-seventh district.

TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT.—The counties of Wayne, Cay. uga, Cortland, Ontario and Yates, shall compose the twenty-eighth district.

TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT.-The counties of Chemung, Seneca, Schuyler and Steuben, shall compose the twenty-ninth district.

THIRTIETH DISTRICT.—The counties of Niagara, Livingston, Wyoming, Genesee and Orleans shall compose the thirtieth

THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT.-The county of Monroe shall compose the thirty-first district.

THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT.-The first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, nineteenth and twentieth wards of the city of Buffalo, as now constituted, shall compose the thirty-second district.

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT. — The fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, twenty-first, twenty-second, twentythird, twenty-fourth, and twenty-fifth wards of the city of Buffalo, as now constituted, and the fourth and fifth assembly districts of the county of Erie, which said fourth assembly district includes the said twenty-fifth ward of the city of Buffalo, shall compose the thirty-third district.

THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. — The counties of Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany, shall compose the thirty-fourth district.

8 2. The words “assembly district,” when used in this act, refer to assembly districts as at present constituted. 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.

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STATE OF NEW YORK OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

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 New York Inspector Act.

CHAPTER 400, LAWS OF 1892.

An Act to amend chapter four hundred and ten of the

laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, entitled “ An act to consolidate into one act and to declare special and local laws affecting the public interests in the city of New York,” with reference to the appointment of inspectors of elections and their duties. APPROVED by the Governor April 30, 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. Section eighteen hundred and fifty of chapter four hundred and ten of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, 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,” is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

$ 1850. All inspectors of election and poll-clerks in the city and county of New York shall hereafter be appointed by the board of police, who shall also have the power to make all necessary removals and transfers, and fill all vacancies which may, from any cause, arise. It shall be the duty of the said board of police annually in the months of August and September in each succeeding year, for each election district in said city and county, to appoint as inspectors of election three persons, two of whom shall belong to and represent the political party which shall at the last preceding general election for state officers have cast the greatest number of votes in the city of New York,

party which shall at such election have cast the next greatest number of votes for said officers in said city. On or before August fifteenth in any year the chairman of the executive committee of the general committee of each of said several parties may make and file with the said board of police a list of persons qualified to be such inspectors, and thereupon appointments shall be made as hereinbefore provided from the persons named in such list or lists; and if any of the persons so named shall not be duly qualified the chairman of the committee by whom they were named may, within ten days after notice to him of the persons so disqualified, submit the names of other persons duly qualified, and if the names of qualified persons shall not be submitted as above provided, the board of police shall select and appoint qualified persons belonging to the political party entitled to name the inspectors. If either of said political parties is divided in said city into two or more factions, and lists are filed in behalf of more than one of such factions, appointments shall be made for the party so divided from the list filed in behalf of the faction which at the last preceding general election shall have cast the largest number of votes. All persons so appointed shall be citizens of the United States and of the state of New York, of good character, and able to read, write and speak the English language understandingly, qualified voters in said city and county, and not candidates for any office to be voted for by the electors of the district for which they shall be appointed, but no person shall be required to be a resident, or voter in the election district for which he shall be appointed an inspector. The persons so appointed shall be notified, examined as to their qualifications, and if approved shall each take and subscribe before the chief of the bureau of elections, or the chief clerk thereof, within twenty days from the date of notice of appointment, the following oath of office: “I, residing at No.

in the city of New York, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the constitution of the United States and of the state of New

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