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(INCLUDING ALLOWANCES FOR MAINTENANCE, VACATION AND LAUNDRY)

IN THE STATE CHARITABLE AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS WHICH REPORT TO THE FISCAL SUPERVISOR; ADOPTED BY THE STATE COMPTROLLER AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES SEPTEMBER 26, 1905, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF CHAPTER 239 OF THE LAWS OF 1903; TO GO INTO EFFECT OCTOBER 1, 1905

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STATE OF NEW YORK.

SALARY CLASSIFICATION COMMISSION.

WHEREAS, By chapter 239 of the Laws of 1903, which amends chapter 413 of the Laws of 1897, known as the State Finance Law, and became a law April 24, 1903, the State Comptroller and the President of the State Board of Charities are required to classify into grades the officers and employes of the various charitable and reformatory institutions required by law to report to the Fiscal Supervisor, and to recommend to the Governor changes in the salaries and wages of such officers and employes. Now, therefore,

Resolved, That, in accordance with the provisions of the said statute, chapter 239 of the Laws of 1903, and by virtue of the authority thereby conferred, we, Enoch V. Stoddard, President of the State Board of Charities, and Otto Kelsey, State Comptroller, do hereby classify into grades the officers and employes of the various charitable and reformatory institutions required by law to report to the Fiscal Supervisor, and with the approval in writing of the Governor of the changes recommended in such salaries and wages, duly had and obtained, do hereby fix the salaries and wages to be paid such officers and employes, in accordance with the following schedules this day adopted, to go into effect October 1, 1905; always provided that sufficient means are appropriated by the Legislature and available for these purposes.

E. V. STODDARD,
President of the State Board of Charities.
OTTO KELSEY,

State Comptroller. Dated Albany, N. Y., September 26, 1905.

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The following vacations, with salaries or wages, shall be allowed, but no compensation shall be granted for any further leave of absence that may be taken by any officer or employee:

A-4 weeks.

ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT. Superintendents

4 weeks (28 days)

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ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT. Assistant superintendents

2 weeks (14 days) Agents ...

2 weeks (14 days) Captain of boat...

2 weeks (14 days) Chief clerks

2 weeks (14 days) Clerks

2 weeks (14 days) Junior clerks

2 weeks (14 days) Marshals

2 weeks (14 days) Organists

2 weeks (14 days) Stenographers

2 weeks (14 days)

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