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For additional stenographers in the third and fourth judicial dis- Additional tricts, for necessary compensation, expenses and stationery, the sum raphers. of ten thousand dollars, to be refunded to the treasury as provided. for by chapter two hundred and fifty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three.

clerks.

For compensation of confidential clerks to the justices of the Confidential supreme court, other than justices of the appellate division, residing in the second judicial district, not including the county of Kings, nine thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be refunded to the treasury pursuant to chapter eight hundred and ninety-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six.

For compensation of confidential clerks to resident trial justices of the supreme court in the fifth judicial district, six thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be refunded to the treasury pursuant to chapter eight hundred and ninety-three of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and chapter one hundred and forty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-seven.

For compensation of confidential clerks to resident trial justices of the supreme court in the sixth and seventh judicial districts, to be refunded to the treasury, pursuant to chapter three hundred and twenty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, nine thousand six hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For compensation of confidential clerks to resident trial justices of the supreme court in the eighth judicial district, to be refunded to the treasury, pursuant to chapter one hundred and six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, eighty-four hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For compensation of confidential clerks to the justices of the supreme court designated to the appellate division of the second department, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be refunded to the treasury pursuant to chapter two hundred and fifty-one of the laws of nineteen hundred.

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For expenses of the appellate divisions of the supreme court, for Expenses compensation of clerks, criers, attendants, and of stenographers and late diviclerks to the judges, and for their necessary expenses, forty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

ions.

Miscellaneous Reporter.

reporter.

For salary of miscellaneous reporter, per chapter five hundred and Salary of ninety-eight, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, four thousand five hundred dollars.

and office

For assistants, clerk hire, obtaining copies of opinions and office Clerk hire expenses, three thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof expenses. as may be necessary.

Salaries

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judges.

Court of Claims.

For the salaries of judges of the court of claims, fifteen thousand penses of dollars; and for their necessary expenses while in the discharge of their official duties, including all expenses while attending sessions of the court, eight hundred dollars each, payable monthly; of the clerk, four thousand dollars;

Clerk.

Deputy clerk.

Stenographer. Marshal.

Contingent fund.

Compensation and mileage.

Advances

to clerks.

Contingent expenses.

Salary of secretary and deputy. Clerks in the office.

of the deputy clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars;
of the stenographer, two thousand five hundred dollars;

of the marshal, including his services as messenger, twelve hundred dollars.

For contingent fund, for the use of the court of claims, four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of which may be paid extra clerical services not to exceed twelve hundred dollars.

LEGISLATURE.

For the compensation and mileage of members and officers of the legislature, four hundred and eighty-three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For advances by the comptroller to the clerks of the senate and assembly, for contingent expenses, including stationery, printing and other legislative supplies, twenty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For postage, expenses of committees, compensation of witnesses, legislative manual, clerk's manual, indexing the bills, journals and documents of the senate and assembly, and other contingent expenses of the legislature, thirty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

For the salaries of the secretary of state, five thousand dollars; of the deputy secretary of state, four thousand dollars;

of the chief clerk, two thousand six hundred dollars;

of the confidential clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars;

of the corporation examiner, two thousand four hundred dollars:

of the land clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars;

of the cashier, one thousand five hundred dollars;

of the certificate clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars;

of the clerk and statistician, and assistant to corporation clerk,

two thousand dollars;

of the stenographer, one thousand two hundred dollars;
of two clerks, one thousand five hundred dollars each;
of one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars;

of the confidential stenographer to the secretary, twelve hundred dollars;

of five clerks and typewriters, nine hundred dollars each;

of two clerks, stenographers and typewriters, assisting in corporation department, twelve hundred dollars and one thousand dollars, respectively;

of one junior clerk, six hundred dollars;

of one messenger, one thousand dollars.

penses.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other office once exexpenses of the secretary of state, four thousand dollars, or so much. thereof as may be necessary.

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For postage and expense of transportation of all letters, official Postage documents, or other matter sent by express or freight, including portation. boxes or covering for same, five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER.

For the salaries of the comptroller, six thousand dollars;

of the deputy comptroller, four thousand five hundred dollars;

Salary of comptroller and

deputies.

of the second deputy comptroller, four thousand dollars. For the salaries of the several clerks in the office of the comptroller clerks in as follows:

of the confidential clerk, twenty-seven hundred dollars.

Finance Bureau.

Of the chief accountant, two thousand three hundred dollars;
of the assistant warrant clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars;

of the entry clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars;

of the voucher clerk, two thousand dollars;

of the bookkeeper, one thousand five hundred dollars;

of the special accountant, one thousand five hundred dollars;

of the clerk, twelve hundred dollars;

of the document clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; of the clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars;

of the index clerk, twelve hundred dollars;

of the clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars;
of the stenographer, ten hundred dollars;
of the stenographer, nine hundred dollars;
of the messenger, one thousand dollars.

Land Bureau.

Of the chief tax clerk, two thousand six hundred dollars; of the tax clerk, two thousand dollars;

the office.

Salaries in finance bureau.

Salaries in land bureau.

Salaries in transfer

tax bureau.

Salaries in corporation

of one tax clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars;
of one tax clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars;
of seven tax clerks, one thousand five hundred dollars each;
of the bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars;
of the draughtsman, one thousand three hundred dollars;
of one stenographer, one thousand dollars.

Transfer Tax Bureau.

of the chief clerk, three thousand dollars;

of the first assistant clerk, eighteen hundred dollars;

of two assistant clerks, one thousand five hundred dollars each;

of one recording clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars;

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of one stenographer, one thousand four hundred dollars;

of one stenographer, nine hundred dollars.

For printing, telegraphing and other expenses of bureau, three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Corporation Tax Bureau.

For the salaries of the chief corporation tax clerk, three thousand tax bureau. five hundred dollars;

Expenses of comp

troller and deputies.

of one assistant corporation tax clerk, eighteen hundred dollars; of three assistant corporation tax clerks, one thousand five hundred dollars each;

of three assistant corporation tax clerks, twelve hundred dollars each;

of one stenographer, fourteen hundred dollars;

of the commissioner of New York office, three thousand dollars; of the clerk and stenographer New York office, one thousand five hundred dollars;

of one confidential stenographer, twelve hundred dollars;

of corporation tax commissioners, not to exceed seven in number, and for temporary services and for expenses, six thousand dollars; For rent of offices in New York and Buffalo, printing, telegraphing and other expenses, three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Miscellaneous.

For the comptroller, one thousand dollars; for the deputy comptroller, one thousand dollars; for the second deputy comptroller, seven hundred and fifty dollars; for the expenses and disbursements of each respectively, which several sums shall be allowed to each in lieu of and in full for expenses payable quarterly.

For the salaries of one messenger, eight hundred dollars;
of one messenger or laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars;
of one junior clerk, six hundred dollars;

of one page, four hundred and twenty dollars;

of temporary, clerical, and other service, five hundred dollars; of one night watchman, three hundred and sixty-five dollars;

penses.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other expenses office exof the office of the comptroller, five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

tion of

treasurer

For examination of the accounts of the several county treasurers Examinaof the state, as required by chapter six hundred and fifty-one of the county laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, for services of examiners, accounts. seven thousand five hundred dollars; for traveling expenses of examiners, three thousand dollars, and for printing and other expenses, five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

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For postage and expense of transportation of all letters, official Postage documents, or other matter sent by express or freight, including portation. boxes or covering for same, two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

of lands.

For the comptroller, to pay the expenses of serving notice on Expenses occupants or despoilers of land now owned by the state, or bid in therefor at the comptroller's tax sale, or protecting the state's title to such lands by discharging them from the taxes thereon, or bidding them in at, or redeeming them from county treasurer's tax sale; of preparing and recording deeds and certificates protecting the state's title to such lands; of definitely locating, appraising and examining them, as may be required; of protecting them from trespassers or despoilers, and prosecuting all such offenders, and generally of guarding, preserving the value of, and protecting such land, two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

of one clerk, one thousand seven hundred dollars;

of one clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars;

Messenger, etc.

Bureau of Canal Affairs.

Payable from canal fund: For the salaries of the chief clerk, two Salaries in thousand eight hundred dollars;

bureau of canal af

fairs.

of one stenographer, nine hundred dollars.

For the payment of incidental and miscellaneous expenses of the bureau of canal affairs, chargeable to the Erie and Champlain canal fund, and the canal debt sinking fund, four thousand nine hundred. ninety-five dollars, to be expended as follows:

For messenger service, four hundred eighty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; for night watchman, three hundred.

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