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TITLE I. Public Officers.
II. General Rights of the state.
IV. General police of the state.
CHAPTER I. Classification.
II. Legislative officers.
III. Executive officers.
IV. Judicial officers.
V. Ministerial and other officers connected with the courts.
§ 30. The public officers of the state are classified as:
4. Ministerial officers and officers of the courts;
But this classification shall not be construed as defining the legal powers of either class.
1 R. S., 304, § 1.
ARTICLE I. Number, designation and mode of election.
IV. Enactment of statutes.
V. Promulgation of statutes.
VI. Operation of statutes.
Number and designation.
NUMBER, DESIGNATION AND MODE OF ELECTION.
SECTION 31. Number and designation.
32. Mode of election of senators.
33. Mode of election of members of assembly.
34. Election or appointment of other legislative officers.
§ 31. The Legislative officers are:
One hundred and twenty-eight members of assembly;
A speaker of the assembly, from its own body;
For each house, a clerk, a sergeant-at-arms, a doorkeeper and so many other subordinate officers as each house respectively may deem necessary.
1 R. S., 304, § 1.
election of senators.
§ 32. The time and manner of election and Mode of term of office of the senators are prescribed by the Constitution. Each senate district chooses one senator.
1 R. S., 308, §§ 1, 2.
§ 33. The time and manner of election and term of office of the members of Assembly are prescribed by the Constitution. The number of members to be chosen in the several counties is as follows:
In the county of Albany, four.
In the county of Franklin, one.
In the counties of Fulton and Hamilton, one.
In the county of Genesee, one.
In the county of Greene, one.
election of members of
In the county of Herkimer, two,
In the county of Montgomery, one.
In the city and county of New York, seven
In the county of Niagara, two.
In the county of Steuben, three.
In the county of Wyoming, one.
In the county of Yates, one.
1 R. S., 308, § 2, amended; Laws of 1857, ch. 337,
§ 34. The remaining legislative officers chosen by each house as prescribed by Constitution. When the lieutenant-governor acts as governor, or is absent from the senate, it must choose a temporary president from its own body, to serve during his disability or absence. In case it devolves upon such temporary president to act as governor, the senate must choose from its own body another person to preside.
1 R. S., 309, §§ 6, 7
GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE OFFICERS.
SECTION 35. Legislative officers' privilege from arrest.
36. Power of legislature to punish for offenses.