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"S 45. Contents of published volumes of session laws.- The Secretary of State shall annually cause :: a statement of the names and residences of the Governor. Lieutenant-Governor, Senators and Members of Assembly, and presiding officers of both Houses in office during each session

to be printed and bound.' * *"- Laws of 1892, Chap. 682, Sec. 45.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF THE GOVERNOR, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, SENATORS, MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY AND PRESIDING OFFICERS OF BOTH HOUSES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK AT THE TIME OF THE PASSAGE OF THE LAWS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

GOVERNOR. ROSWELL P. FLOWER ....

*ALBANY, ALBANY COUNTY. LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. WILLIAM F. SHEEHAN

BUFFALO, ERIE COU NTY SENATORS.

Dist.

NAME.

County.

Address.

1.... John Lewis Childs ...
2.. Michael J. Coffey
3.... William H. Reynolds.
4.... George A Owens .
6.... Daniel Bradley
6.... Henry Wolferti;
7.... Martin T. McMahon.
8.... John F. Ahearn.
..... Timothy D. Sullivan
10.... Frank Á. O'Donnel
11.... Joseph C. Wolff
12.... Thomas C. O'Sullivan
13 Charles L. Guy ...
14.... Jacob A. Cantor.
15.... George W. Robertson
16.... Clarence Lexow..
17.... Jacob Rice..
18.... Michael F. Collins..
19.... Amasa J. Parker...
20.... Harvey J. Donaldson
21.... Frederick D. Kilburn
22.... Joseph Mullin...,
23 Henry J. Coggeshall
24.... Charles W. Stapleton
25 Edmund O'Connor..
26.... Charles T. Saxtont.
27.... Baxter T. Smelzer..
28.... Cornelius R. Parsons
29.... Cuthbert W. Pound.
30.... Charles Lamy.
31.... Henry H. Persons..
32.... Frank W. Higgins

Queens ...
Kings
Kings
Kings
Kings
Kings
New York
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York..
Westchester
Rockland
Ulster....
Rensselaer.
Albany
Saratoga.
Franklin,
Jefferson
Oneida ...
Madison..
Broome
Wayne...
Schuyler
Monroe
Niagara .
Erie.
Erie...
Cattaraugus

Floral Park.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.
New York city.
New York city.
New York city.
New York city.
New York city.
New York city.
New York city.
New York city.
Peekskill.
Nyack.
Rondout.
Troy.
Albany.
Ballston Spa.
Malone.
Watertown.
Waterville.
Morrisville.
Binghamton.
Clyde.
Havana.
Rochester.
Lockport.
Buffalo.
East Aurora.
Olean.

CLERK OF THE SENATE.

John S. Kenyon.

Syracuse, Onondaga county.

ONcial residence.

+ Temporary President of the Senate.

In place of John McCarthy, unseated.

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY.

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Albany

Albany. Albany

Albany. Albany

Albany. Albany

Albany. Allegany

Angelica. Broome

Windsor. Cattaraugus

Randolph. Cayuga

Auburn. Chautauqua.

Westfield. Chemung

Horseheads. Chenango.

Greene. Clinton

Plattsburgh. Columbia

Ancram. Cortland

Cuyler. Delaware

Hancock. Dutchess.

Millerton. Dutchess

Poughkeepsie. Erie...

Buffalo. Erie..

Buffalo. Erie.

Buffalo. Erie.

Buffalo. Erie..

Buffalo. Erie.

Gardenville. Essex

Lake Placid. Franklin

Fort Covington. Fulton and Hamilton, Johnstown. Genesee

LeRoy. Greene

Athens. Herkimer

Herkimer. Jefferson.

Adams Center. Bings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Flatbush. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Kings.

Brooklyn. Kings

Brooklyn. Lewis.

Castorlands. Livingston

Genesee. Madison

De Ruyter. Monroe

Pittsford. Monroe

Rochester, Monroe

Parma Centre. Montgomery

Amsterdam. New York.

New York city. New York.

New York city.

Digt.

NAME.

1. 2 3. 4.

1. 2. 1. 2 3. 4. 5.

6...

William Lasch....
William A. Carroll.
James Brennan
Curtis N. Douglas.
Fred A. Robbins .
Joseph H. Brownell.
Charles W. Terry
Benjamin M. Wilcox..
S. Frederick Nixon
Robert P. Bush
David Sherwood,
Everett C. Baker.
Jacob H. Hoysradt..
Benjamin F. Lee..
Wesley Gould
Edward H. Thompson.
Augustus B. Gray
Cornelius Coughlin
Simon Seibert.
Charles Braun
Joseph L. Whittet..
Philip Gerst
Charles F. Schoepflin
George A. Stevens
Allen S. Matthews
Philip Keck.
Thomas B. Tuttle
Ira B. Kerr ..
William C. Prescott.
Harrison Fuller....
William J. Plant..
John A. Hennessy
John F. Houghton.
Joseph J. Cahill
John H. Burtis
Michael E. Finnigan
Stillman F. Kneeland*
John J. Cain
William E. Melody
Frank M. Schulz.
Harry Schulz.
Joseph P. Loonan.
Francis E. Clark..
James Taylor..
Albert A. Wray
William H. Fridayb.
James Scanlon...
Julius L. Wieman
Melville W. Van Amber
Otto Kelsey.
Lambert B. Kern
Samuel H. Stone.
James M. E. O'Grady
W. H. Denniston
E. Watson Gardiner
John H. G. Vehslage.
Michael J. Callahan

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2.
3
4.
5.
6.
7.
8
9
10.
11.
12.
13.
14
15.
16.
17.
18.

1.. 2. 3.

1. 2

* In place of William Hughes, unseated.

+ In place of James Graham, unseated,

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY — (Continued).

Address.

New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. Fordham. Lockport. Utica. Rome. Syracuse. Navarino. Summit Station. Clifton Springs. Newburgh. Goshen. Albion Sandy Creek. Schuyler's Lake. Garrison's. Long Island City. Maspeth. Ozone Park, Troy Lansingburgh. Greenbush. New Brighton. Suffern. Ogdensburg: Mechanicville. Schenectady. Blenheim, Burdett. Seneca Falls. Prattsburg: Greenwood.

Dist.

NAME.

County.

3.... Jacob A. Mittnacht 4.. Patrick H. Roche .. 5. ... Samuel J. Foley 6.... Moses Dinkelspiel. 7.... John C. Stein... 8... Thomas J. O'Donnell. 9 John Francis McDermott. 10.. William Sulzer 11 .. James R. Sheffield 12... Edward B. La Fetra. 13. James H. Southworth. 14 John P. Corrigan 15... Adolph Schillinger 16.. Victor J. Dowling. 17 Patrick F. Trainor 18.. Daniel J. Gleason 19. Patrick J. Kerrigan.

William H. McKeon. 21. Moses Herman..

Michael F. Tobin.. 23. Judson Lawson. 34. Robert V. Stadtfeldt 25. John Releher .. 26. Louis Davidson 27. Thos. H. Robertson 28.. James F. Reilly. 29. Arthur C. Butts 30 Charles C. Marrin.

John H. Clark 1.... H. P. Hoefler 2.... Joseph Porter. 1.... J. Emmet Wells 2... Jonathan Wyckoff . 8.... Wm. H. Hotaling.

Wm. L. Parkhurst
1 Howard Thornton..
2... Joseph Dean..

Samuel W. Smith.
Danforth E. Ainsworth.
John J. Rider

Hamilton Fish....
1.... James Robinson.
2.... J. 8. Fairbrother.
3.... Eugene F. Vacheron
1... William M. Keenan.
2.... John M, Chambers..
8.... John J. Cassin..

Michael Conklin
Otis H. Cutler...
George R. Malby
James F. Terry
John C. Myers..
Charles Chapman.
George A. Snyder..

Harry Maxwell Glenn...
1.... Willoughby W. Babcock.
2..

Merrit F. Smith..

New York....
New York..
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York.
New York..
New York.
New York.
New York,
New York..
New York,
New York.
New York...
New York...
New York.
New York,
New York.
New York,
New York.
New York,
New York..
New York.
New York.
New York..
New York.
New York.
Niagara.
Oneida
Oneida.
Onondaga
Onondaga
Onondaga
Ontario
Orange.
Orange.
Orleans
Oswego
Otsego
Putnam
Queens.
Queens
Queens.
Rensselaer
Rensselaer
Rensselaer
Richmond.
Rockland
St. Lawrence
Saratoga
Schenectady
Schobario ..
Schuyler.
Seneca
Steuben.
Steuben

In place of Michael McGuire, unseated.

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LAWS

re STATE OF

OF NEW YORK.

.:
OF THE

VOLUME I.

PASSED AT THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTEENTH REGULAR ŞRSSION
OF THE LEGISLATURE, BEGUN THE SECOND DAY OF JANUARY, 1894,
AND ENDED THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF APRIL, 1894, AT THE CITY
OF ALBANY.

tion.

Chap. 1.
AN ACT making an appropriation for continuing work upon the

capitol.
BECAME & law January 6, 1894, 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:

Section 1. The sum of two hundred thousand dollars, or so much Approprier thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury belonging to the general fund not otherwise appropriated, payable by the treasurer on the warrant of the comptroller, upon the order of the commissioner of the new capitol, for continuing work on the capitol, and the purchase of materials therefor, which shall be paid for in the manner now provided by law.

8 2. One hundred thousand dollars of the amount appropriated when payby section one of this act, shall be payable forthwith, and the balance of said appropriation shall be payable on or after the first day of February next.

$ 3. This act shall take effect immediately.

able.

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