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CHAPTER 7
Civil Service
CIVIL SERVICE LAW

Laws 1909, Chap. 15.
AN ACT in relation to the civil service of the state of New York and the

civil divisions and cities thereof, constituting chapter seven of the

consolidated laws.
Became a law, February 17, 1909, with the approval of the Governor.

Passed, three-fifths being present.

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

CHAPTER 7 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS

CIVIL SERVICE LAW
Article I. Short title; definitions (§§ 1-2).

II. Civil service administration (§§ 5-27).

III. Jurisdictional classification (§§ 35-45).

IV. Recruitment of personnel (§§ 50-65).

V. Personnel changes (§§ 70--83-g).

VI. Special rights for veterans and exempt volunteer firemen

(§§ 85-88).

VII. Enforcement; prohibitions; penalties (§§ 95-107).

VIII. Classification and compensation of state employees

(§§ 115-140).

IX. Merit awards for state employees (§§ 145-146).

X. Miscellaneous provisions (§§ 150--159-c).

XI. Health insurance for state and retired state employees

(§§ 160-170).

XI-A. Long term care insurance for state and retired state

employees (§§ 171-177).

XI-B. Medical examination of public protection officials to

detect and identify the human immunodeficiency virus

(HIV) (§ 178)

XII. Laws repealed, when to take effect (§§ 180-181).

XIII. Saving clause; construction; separability (§§ 185-186).

XIV. Public employees' fair employment act (§§ 200-215).