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report, the names, duties and salaries of all employes hereby classified in Schedule G, who shall, at the date of such request, be in the service of such Department.
REGULATION 66. All persons seeking any employment classified in Schedule G shall apply for registry for such employment to the Labor Clerk of the Civil Service Commissioners, who shall thereupon forthwith deliver to the applicant, or mail to him at the address given by liim, a copy of these rules and an application blank of such form as shall be prescribed by the Civil Service Commissioners, calling for the name, age, residence and citizenship of the applicant, the number and relationship of the persons dependent upon him for support, his previous occupation and service, if any, in the army or navy of the United States, and the date of his discharge therefrom, and proof thereof, and also a certificate of character for the purpose of signature, by two reputable residents of New York City, one of whom is or shall have been an employer of the applicant, vouching for his sobriety, trustworthiness, industry and capacity for labor and employment for which he seeks to be registered.
Upon receiving such application, duly filled out and signed by the applicant with his name or mark, together with such certificate of character duly filled out and executed, the Labor Clerk shall cause a number to be affixed to the application, showing the order of its receipt, and thereafter shall enter the same in an application book in such order, and shall cause a written notice to be sent or given to the applicant, stating the time and place of his examination for registry fixed by the Civil Service Commissioners, as hereinafter provided, at which time and place such Examiner or Examiners as may be selected by the Civil Service Commissioners shall, in such manner as they shall prescribe, make inquiry regarding the age, residence, citizenship, character, physical condition, family, previous occupation and military service of the applicant, and ascertain and determine whether he is qualified for the employment sought, and shall indorse a statement of the determina
tion in that regard and the reasons for it upon his application, which shall thereupon be placed on file in order of registration as hereinafter stated. Any willfully false statement or fraudulent conduct on the part of the applicant shall disqualify him for registration.
An applicant who fails to report for physical examination or who changes his (or her) paper after filing the same shall lose the registration number, and shall be required to make a new application.
For any other service than that of common laborer, candidates will be required to produce a certificate from some competent person or persons, of his ability to do the special kind of work for which he desires to be certified.
REGULATION 67. All applicants determined to be qualified for the employment sought shall be registered in the order of their application in a labor register to be kept by the Labor Clerk. This register shall subdivide such applicants according to the kind of labor, unskilled or special, for which they are determined to be qualified. It shall state the name, age, residence, citizenship and previous occupation of the applicant, the kind of labor, unskilled or special, for which he is qualified, the date of his application, the number and relationship of the persons dependent upon him for support, the nature of his service, if any, in the army or navy of the United States in tiine of war, and of his discharge therefrom, his references and such other information with reference to the applicant as the Civil Service Commissioners may from time to time require.
No person shall be eligible for appointment for a longer period than one year from the date of his or her latest physical examination. To determine continued eligibility physical examinations of those already registered shall be held according to the needs of the public service. When such re-examination is to be held, each person to be examined shall be notified by mail, in order of his or her registration number, to report upon a fixed day and hour for examination. The names of all who do not report for said examination, and the names of all who are found not qualified as the result of said examination, shall be stricken from the eligible list.
The name of each person found qualified shall be retained upon the registration list in the order of his or her original registration.
Examinations for registry shall be held under the direction of the Civil Service Commissioners as often as the City Service may require.
On and after the 1st day of May, 1895, appointment to positions included in Schedule G shall be made from said registry, except as herein otherwise provided.
REGULATION 68. When the services of laborers or other employes included in Schedule G are required in any Department of the City Service, the officer of such Department thereto duly authorized shall make a written requisition upon the Labor Clerk stating the number of persons required, the kind of labor, unskilled or special, for which they are required, and the time and place of employment. Upon receiving such requisition, the Labor Clerk, under the direction of the Civil Service Commissioners, shall certify to such officer, from the registry, the names of as many persons as there are vacancies to be filled, with the addition of two names for every ten vacancies, if the registry contain so many, stating as to each name, registration number, residence, the kind of labor, unskilled or special, for which he has been determined to be qualified, and giving such other information as the Civil Service Commissioners may direct. In making such certification the Labor Clerk shall certify in the order of registration:
First — Veterans with families dependent upon them for support.
Second — Other veterans.
Third — Persons, not veterans, with families dependent upon them for support; and the Commission may give a preference, based upon the number of persons so dependent and upon faithful service in the employ of the City.
Fourth — Other persons.
If there be no subdivision covering the kind of labor required, or if the names in such subdivision be exhausted, the Labor Clerk shall certify from the subdivision covering unskilled labor, unless the officer making the requisition shall designate some other subdivision and there shall be names enough therein to comply with the requisition; in such case the certification shall be made from such subdivision.
From the number of persons so certified, the officer making the requisition shall select the number required and report to the Labor Clerk within ten days from the date of certification, the names, registration numbers and addresses of the persons so selected, provided, however, that whenever the officer who shall have made the requisition for a certain number shall employ a smaller number he shall not make the selection therefor from the whole number certified to him but only from that number of names standing first upon said list that would have been certified to him had the requisition stated the number of vacancies which he actually filled.
REGULATION 69. Any persons not selected shall remain upon the registry, and any persons selected shall, if they so request, be restored to the registry in the order in which they originally stood thereon upon the termination of the employment unless the employment has terminated by reason of the failure to work, incompetence or physical or moral disqualifications of the emplove. In the case of every employe, the Department of the City Service employing him shall forthwith report to the Labor Clerk the names and numbers of the persons employed, and upon the termination of the employ. ment shall report, on a form to be prepared and furnished by the Civil Service Commissioners for that purpose, the date of such termination and the reason therefor, and the substance of such report shall be entered upon the registry against the name of such employe. No employe whose employment is terminated for the reason of failure to work, incompetence or physical or moral disqualification shall be restored to the registry or be again eligible for registration until the expiration of a period of six months from the date of such termination, and then only upon furnishing to the Examiners satisfactory excuse for his failure to work and satisfactory evidence that incompetence or physical or moral disqualification for the employment for which he seeks to be registered does not exist.
REGULATION 70. In case the Labor Clerk is at any time unable to fill a requisition, he shall certify the fact to the officer making the requisition, who shall then make the selection of the employes immediately required in such manner or under such regulations as the Civil Service Commissioners may from time to time prescribe.
Laborers so selected shall not be retained in employment for a longer time than one week, unless they shall present themselves at the Civil Service Labor Office for registration in the manner and under the conditions prescribed for those seeking employment as set forth in the special regulations in relation to the employment of Laborers.
REGULATION 71. No laborer or other employe whose employment is classified in Schedule G shall be detailed to perform the duties appertaining to any position or be appointed or promoted to any position classified in either of the other schedules, except upon the conditions prescribed in the Civil Service Regulations for appointment or promotion to such position.
REGULATION 72. A special Board of Examiners shall be organized for the examination of applicants for employment by the Aqueduct Commission in Schedules D, F and G, in the classification appended to the