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Deaf-mutes, at Rome, twenty-eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For the support and instruction of one hundred and fifteen pupils at the St. Joseph's Institution for the Improved Instruction of Deafmutes, at Fordham, twenty-eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For the support and instruction of seventy-five pupils at the Western New York Institute for the Improved Instruction of Deaf-mutes at Rochester, eighteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

A proportionate amount for a shorter period of time than one year or for a smaller number of pupils in each case, shall be allowed in each of the last six items, and paid by the comptroller upon the certificate verified by the oath of the president and secretary of such institution and upon the approval of the superintendent of public instruction.

THOMAS ASYLUM. For the Thomas Asylum for Orphan an 1 Destitute Indian Children, Thomas for the education and maintenance of one hundred children, at the asylum. rate of one hundred dollars per capita, ten thousand dollars.

BLIND. For the support and instruction of two hundred pupils for one year Blind. at the institution of the blind, in New York, fifty thousand dollars, or a proportionate amount for a shorter period of time than one year, or for a smaller number of pupils, as shall be duly verified by the affidavits of the president and secretary of the institution.

For the maintenance of the institution for the blind, at Batavia, and for ordinary repairs of buildings, thirty thousand dollars.

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JUVENILE DELINQUENTS. For the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents, in the Juvenile city of New York, seventy thousand dollars.

quents. For the Western House of Refuge for Juvenile Delinquents, seventy thousand dollars.

IDIOT ASYLUM. For the State Asylum for Idiots, forty-nine thousand five hundred Asylums. dollars.

CUSTODIAL ASYLUM. For the support and maintenance of the inmates of the Custodial Asylum, for the services of attendants therein, and for other necessary expenses and the ordinary repairs of said asylum fifteen thousand dollars.

STATE ASYLUM FOR LUNATICS. For the officers of the State Asylum for Lunatics, for salaries, fifteen thousand dollars.

WILLARD ASYLUM. For the officers of the Willard Asylum for the Insane, for salaries, eleven thousand eight hundred and ifty dollars.

HUDSON RIVER STATE HOSPITAL. For the officers of the Hudson River State Hospital for the Insane, for salaries, pine thousand five hundred dollars.

STATE HOMEOPATHIC ASYLUM.

For the officers of the State Homeopathic Asylum for the Insane, for salaries, eight thousand dollars.

BINGHAMTON ASYLUM. For the officers of the Binghamton Asylum for the Chronic Insane, for salaries, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

BUFFALO ASYLUM. For the officers of the Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, for salaries, eight thousand dollars.

Commissioner in lunacy.

COMMISSIONER IN LUNACY. For the State Commissioner in Lunacy, for salary, four thousand dollars, and for his traveling and other incidental necessary expenses, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. Board of For the secretary of the state board of charities, for salary, three charities. thousand five hundred dollars, and for the traveling expenses of the

commissioners and the secretary, and for office expenses and clerk hire, five thousand dollars.

For the support and care of state paupers, forty thousand dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE FREE SCHOOL FUND.

Payable from free school, fund.

For the support of the common schools of this state, two million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For the State Normal School at Albany, and for the normal and training schools at Buffalo, Brockport, Cortland, Fredonia, Geneseo, Oswego and Potsdam, for their maintenance to each of them, eighteen thousand dollars.

For the maintenance of the teachers' institute, pursuant to chapter five hundred and fifty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixtyfour, eighteen thousand dollars.

For the commissioners of common schools, for salaries, ninety thonsand dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE SCHOOL FUND.

From school fund.

CAPITAL, For investment of the capital of the common school fund, pursuant to chapter one hundred and ninety-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and forty-nine, two million dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

REVENUE. For dividends to common schools, one hundred and seventy thousand dollars.

For the support of Indian schools, six thousand dollars.

For refunding money paid into the treasury for redemption of lands sold for arrears of consideration of taxes, five hundred dollars.

For refunding surplus moneys received on re-sales of land, five hundred dollars.

For expenses of lands, two hundred dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE LITERATURE FUND. For diridends to academies, twelve thousand dollars.

From litFor the purchase of text-books, maps, globes and philosophical and erature chemical apparatus for academies, three thousand dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE UNITED STATES DEPOSIT FUND.

CAPITAL

For investment of the United States deposit fund, five hundred From Unthousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

ited States deposit fund.

REVENUE.

Revenue.

For dividends to common schools, seventy-five thousand dollars.
For dividends to academies, twenty-eight thousand dollars.

For amount to be added to the capital of the school fund, twentyfive thousand dollars.

For instruction and supervision of classes of common school teachers in the academies and union schools designated by the regents of the university, thirty thousand dollars ; and for establishing and conducting examinations in accordance with chapter four hundred and twenty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, five thousand dollars.

For refunding money erroneously paid into the treasurv, one thonsand dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE LAND SCRIP FUND.

REVENUE,

For the Cornell University, twenty-five thousand dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE MILITARY RECORD FUND.

REVENUE. For the expenses of the bureau of military statistics, one thousand seven hundred dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE ELMIRA FEMALE COLLEGE EDUCA

TIONAL FUND.

REVENUE. For the Elmira Female College, three thousand five hundred dollars.

The amounts herein appropriated shall be paid by the treasurer How to be from the respective funds as specified, and the salaries named shall paid. be established and fixed by this act for the several officers for whom they are designed ; but the comptroller shall not draw his warrant for the payment of the several amounts heretofore named, except for salaries and other expenditures and appropriatione, the amounts of which are duly established and fixed by law, until the persons demand

accounts.

Itemized ing them shall present to him a detailed statement thereof in items,

and shall make all reports required of them by law; and if such account shall be for services, it must show when, where and under what authority they were rendered ; if for expenditures, when, where and under what authority they were made ; if for articles furnished, when and where they were furnished, to whom they were delivered, and under what authority; and if the demand shall be for traveling expenses, the account must also specify the distance traveled, the places of starting and destination, the duty or business, and the dates and items of expenditure.

All accounts must be verified by an affidavit to the effect that the account is true, just and correct, and that no part of it has been paid, but is actually and justly due and owing.

On all accounts for transportation, furniture, blank and other books purchased for the use of office, binding, blanks, printing, stationery, postage, cleaning and other necessary and incidental expenses, a bill duly receipted must also be furnished ; and it shall be the duty of the treasurer to report annually to the legislature the details of these several expenditures

CHAP 971.

oath.

AN ACT to amend chapter three hundred and thirty of the

laws of eighteen hundred and fifty, entitled “An act reincorporating the village of Little Falls, by the name of Rockton," and the several acts amendatory thereof.

PASSED June 3, 1882 ; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section nine of chapter three hundred and thirty of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty, entitled " An act reincorporating the village of Little Falls, by the name of Rockton," as amended by chapter six hundred and eighty of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and the several acts amendatory thereof, is hereby amended

80 as to read as follows: Official

$ 9. The several officers elected must each, before entering on the

duties of his office, take the oath of office prescribed by the constitution. Compensa- The president, auditor, and trustees render services without compen

sation. The chief fireman shall receive such compensation as the trustees may prescribe, not to exceed the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars for each year's service. The assessors are paid such compensation as the trustees may prescribe, not to exceed the amount paid to town assessors for similar services. The compensation of the treasurer, street commissioner, clerk and police constable must be determined by the trustees, and paid ont of the general fund. The omission of any officer to take the oath of office, or when security is required, to give the security, and file such oath or security with the clerk within eight days after an election or appointment to office, shall be deemed a refusal to take the office.

$ 2. Section eleren of said act is hereby amended so as to read as

follows: Amount § 11. The annual meeting, in addition to the election of officers, to be

must determine the sum to be raised on the taxable property of the

tion,

annual meeting,

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village, not to exceed the sum of ten thousand dollars, for the ordinary raised by expenses of the village annually. The failure or omission to determine tereta the sum to be raised shall be deemed the adoption of the sum ordered mined by to be raised for that purpose the last preceding year.

§ 3. Section thirty-seven of said act is hereby amended so as to read as follows :

$ 37. The trustees must, as soon after the annual election as they Annual may deem necessary, proceed to make the annual assessment-roll and assess valuation of property liable to assessment and taxation in the village, aud shall assess thereon as they may deem necessary, besides sums received and estimated to be received from other sources, to defray the ordinary expenses of the village for the current year, not to exceed the amount allowed for that purpose at the annual meeting, also any sum directed to be raised for special purpose, which under the provisions of this act can be raised in that year. The aggregate for special purposes in no case to exceed one thousand dollars, and the aggregate for ordinary not to exceed ten thousand dollars in one year. They must also, in addition, determine the number of days of high way labor to be assessed for every thousand dollars' valuation on the assessment-roll, which must not be less than two, nor more than six, for every thousand dollars.

84. This act shall take effect immediately.

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AN ACT to incorporate The Reynolds Library in the city of

Rochester.

Passed June 3, 1882 ; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. Martin Brewer Anderson, president of the University of CorporRochester ; Arthur Cleveland Coxe, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal ators. church for the diocese of western New York ; Theodore Bacon, George Ellwanger, Roswell Hart, Daniel T. Hunt, Samuel A. Lattimore, Donald McNaughton, Edward Mott Moore, William C. Morey, George E. Mumford, Howard Osgood, Gildan H. Perkins, Mortimer F. Reynolds, William C. Rowley, Hiram Sibley, Don Alonzo Watson, and Frederick A. Whittlesey and their successors are liereby constituted, and shall forever continue to be a body corporate by the name of “ The Reynolds Library.”

$ 2. The said body côrporate shall possess all the powers and privi. Powers, leges of a corporation as conferred by the laws of this state and granted by this act.

§ 3. Such powers and privileges shall be exercised by the members of said corporation, who shall be known as trustees.

$ 4. The president for the time being of the University of Roches- Ex-officio ter, and the bishop for the time being of the diocese of the Protes- members. tant Episcopal church in which the city of Rochester may be situated, shall at all times, by reason of their several offices, be members of said corporation.

8 5. Any vacancies other than vacancies in the places of said Martin Vacancies, Brewer Anderson and Arthur Cleveland Coxe, which may at any time occur in said corporation by death, resignation, or otherwise, may be

Name.

as

etc.

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