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" Of the total of sixteen votes, a controlling number, nine are cast by the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the President of the Board of Aldermen. "
Great Cities in America: Their Problems and Their Government - Page 97
by Delos Franklin Wilcox - 1910 - 426 pages
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Medical Record, Volume 8

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1873
...public generally, and the profession particularly. By the terms of the Act, a commission, consisting of the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the President of the Board of Aldermen, is to decide upon a suitable site for the building within ninety days from the passage of the said...
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Summary of the Proceedings of the New City Prison Commission of the City of ...

New City Prison Commission - Correctional institutions - 1874 - 79 pages
...People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : SECTION i. The Mayor, the Comptroller and the President of the Board of Aldermen, of the city of New York shall be, and are hereby constituted, Commissioners to locate and erect a suitable...
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Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volume 12

Statistics - 1912
...recommend to the board of estimate and apportionment. This committee has, in the past, represented the mayor, the comptroller and the president of the board of aldermen. The borough presidents, carrying seven of sixteen votes in the board of estimate, have not been represented...
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The Washington Bridge Over the Harlem River, at 181st Street, New ..., Volume 1

William Rich Hutton - Arch bridges - 1889 - 90 pages
...Commissioners, who have erected the structure here described. By the Act of the nth of June, 1885, the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the President of the Board of Aldermen of the city of New York were authorized to appoint three commissioners, who were to serve without compensation,...
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Journal of Proceedings

Budget - 1889
...People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The Mayor, the Comptroller and the President of the Board of Aldermen of the City of New York are hereby authorized to appoi nt three competent persons Commissioners, to...
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Testimony Taken Before the Senate Committee on Cities Pursuant to Resolution ...

New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Committee on Cities - Municipal government - 1891 - 914 pages
...vote: Affirmative — The president of the department of taxes and assessments — 1. Negative — The mayor, the comptroller and the president of the board of aldermen — 3. The chairman offered the following resolution: Rexolwd, That in pursuance of the authority conferred...
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Annual Record of Assemblymen and Senators from the City of New York in the ...

City Reform Club - 1891
...of Commerce, and relieving the board of education of the management of the ship.* No. 1408. Making the mayor, the comptroller, and the president of the board of aldermen in cities of over 600,000 inhabitants a board of telephone commissioners, with power to regulate the...
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The national government. The state governments

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - Political parties - 1893
...years discharged very important duties on the whole exceedingly well. At present this Board consists of the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the President of the Board of Aldermen, who are elected by the vote of the citizens of the entire city; and of the Presidents of the five Boroughs...
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Political science quarterly, Volume 9

1894
...change vitally alters the composition of the board. It had consisted of four members, of whom three, the mayor, the comptroller and the president of the board of aldermen, were chosen by the people, and only one, the president of the department of taxes and assessments,...
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Political Science Quarterly, Volume 9

Political science - 1894
...change vitally alters the composition of the board. It had consisted of four members, of whom three, the mayor, the comptroller and the president of the board of aldermen, were chosen by the people, and only one, the president of the department of taxes and assessments,...
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