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thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid

on certificates of the judges for whom the service is rendered.
Board of For deficiency in appropriations for the state board of audit to pay

the fees of witnesses subpænaed to attend before said board, the es-
pense of procuring service of subpænas upon them, and other inciden-
tal expenses, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be nec-

essary, to be paid on the certificate of the attorney-general.
Comp- For the comptroller to pay for lands purchased by the commission-

ers of the land office for the Onondaga salt springs, in pursuance of salt lands. chapter two hundred of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-four

chapter three hundred and seventy-four of the laws of eighteen hun-
dred and seventy-eight, and chapter five hundred and seventy-four of
the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty, the sum of five thousand sis

hundred and fifty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Senate For the expenses incurred by the committee on the affairs of cities

of the senate, in the employment of accountants in the examination of of cities.

the department of public works, pursuant to resolution of the senate
passed March twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, the
sum of eight hundred dollars, payable on the certificate of the chair-
man of the committee, subject to the review and audit of the comp-

troller.
County of For the county of Cayuga, for expenses incurred and paid for the
Cayuga.

care and medical attendance of Stephen Obediah, an Onondaga Indian,
injured by a railroad train on the Southern Central railroad, in said
county of Cayuga, the sum of one hundred and seventy dollars and

eighty-five cents.
Counsel, For the fees of counsel and stenographers, the cost of subpænaing

witnesses and other necessary expenses of the committee on judiciary tion of of the assembly in the investigation of charges against T. R. Westbrook

and Hamilton Ward, the sum of ten thousanů dollars or so much justice

thercof as may be necessary, of which amount the sum of fifteen brook and hundred dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary shall

be paid to the late attorney-general, Hamilton Ward, to defray his exeral Werd. penses for counsel and necessary disbursements in defending himself

before said committee on said investigation payable on the certificate
of the chairman of the committee and the audit of the comptroller.

For aiding the counties of Oswego and Onondaga, in the construcand Onon- tion of a draw in the bridge over the .navigable channel of the Oneida

river at Brewerton ; between those counties the sum of five thousand lovebridge dollars, payable to said counties on the certificate of the superintend

ent of public works under whose direction the draw is to be constructed.
And the counties of Oswego anil Onondaga, or the towns thereof
abutting on said bridge, are hereafter to keep, operate and maintain

said bridge and draw without cost to the state.
Joseph For Joseph Smith, a member of battery “M,” fourteenth brigade

national guard state of New York, as a gratuity, who was disabled for
life while on duty with his battery at Buffalo on the second day of
October, eighteen hundred and eighty, under orders from his brigade-
commander, the sum of one thousand dollars.

For Thomas Walsh, a laborer on the new capitol as a gratuity in
Walsh.

full for all claim for damages from injuries received by him from the
falling of a block of granite on the thirteenth day of October, eigh-
teen hundred and eighty-one, while in the employ of the state on the
new capitol building, the sum of five hundred dollars.

For A. T. Brandow, as a gratuity in full for all claim for damages,
Brandow. for injuries received by him while in the discharge of his duty as a

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keeper in Sing Sing Prison, November sixteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, by the murderous assault of Henry Thomas, an insane convict, in said prison, the sum of one thousand dollars.

For the trustees of the state library, for the salary of a clerk in Trustees charge of the documents and records transferred to said library by chapter one hundred and twenty of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, from January first to October first, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, the sum of eleven hundred and twenty-five dollars; and for the expenses of transfer, the sum of one hundred dollars.

For the trustees of the state library, for arranging and indexing the Ibid. Clinton manuscripts and other state papers belonging to the state, and deposited in the library, the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars.

For the trustees of the state library, for the purchase of cases for Ibid. the preservation of specifications of British patents, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars.

The balance remaining unexpended of the sum of five thousand dol- Ibid. lars appropriated by chapter two hundred and seventy-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, " for the purchase of books at the sale of the Brinley library, and for the purchase of such volumes of British parliamentary papers as the trustees of the state library may deem important," being the sum of two thonsand one hundred and thirty-four dollars and forty-seven cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby reappropriated for the same purposes.

For the commissioners appointed, under chapter three hundred and Commisforty of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty, for the settlement of the boundary lines between the state of New York and the states chapter of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, respectively, for their necessary ex- 1880. penses and disbursements under said act, the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the commissioners appointed by the governor under chapter Under eighty-five, of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, to select chapter 85 a site for a state home for the blind, for compensation and expenses 1881. the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the removal of crippled, blind, lunatic and other infirm alien Alien paupers, pursuant to chapter five hundred and forty-uine of the laws paupers, of eighteen hundred and eighty, the sum of one thousand dollars; and of. the balance remaining unexpended January first, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, of the sum of three thousand dollars, appropriated under said chapter for such reinoval, being the sum of one thousand and forty-six dollars and eighteen cents, is hereby reappropriated for the same purpose.

For the New York state reformatory at Elmira, for maintenance Reformduring the fiscal year commencing October first, eighteen hundred and atory at eighty-two, thirty thousand dollars.

For the Thomas Asylum for Orphan and Destitute Indian Children Thomas for improvement and repairs of asylum buildings, for farm fences, and Asylum. for perfecting the water supply, the sum of two thousand dollars.

For the New York Asylum for Idiots, for increasing the means of Asylum extinguishing fires, the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars and for Idiots. for the purchase of eighty-seven acres of land for the use of said asylum, ten thousand dollars, and for making additions to and repairs of farm buildings thereon two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the Binghamton Asylum for the Chronic Insane, for the pur- Asylum chase of farm and garden supplies and fencing; for repairs to engineer's for

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nient of inmates.

house, geeen-house, barn and carriage-house; for medical books and medicines ; for furnishing and general repair of asylum ; for airing courts; for relaying steam pipe ; for purchase of engine and blower; for the erection of out-houses and extending water pipe to same, and for erection of a drinking tank for cattle and pipe for same and for deficiency in appropriations for maintenance, the sum of twevty-five

thousand dollars. Hudson For the Hudson River State Hospital, for renewals, repairs and better

ments eight thousand dollars ; for patients' occupation fund, one thousHospital. and two hundred and fifty dollars; and for deficiency in appropriations

for maintenance to September thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eightyone, twenty-seven thousaud and eleven dollars and forty-six cents, to be audited by the comptroller; and for deficiency in appropriations for salaries of the treasurer and resident officers of the asylum, for nine months ending September thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, the sum of one thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the Willard Asylum for the Chronic Insane, for iron rails and Asylum,

other material for the extension of the narrow-gauge railroad to the group of buildings on the south of the ravine; for repairs and improvement of the dock; for an iron floor in the engine-honse; for enlargment of gas-works; for water, gas and sewerage pipe; for building for additional dormitories for employees, and for storage room, and for barn for stock, the sum of thirteen thousand eight hundred dol

lars. Employ.

Such of the able bodied male inmates of the Willard Asylum as the medical superintendent thereof may designate for the purpose may be employed under the direction and personal supervision of the trustees or some one of them in grading the roadway for a branch railroad from the Lehigh Valley railroad to the asylum grounds for the benefit of the asylum.

For the Buffalo Asylum for the Insane, for washing machinery, for lusane. wringer, mangle, shafting and pulleys. and putting up same, and for

fitting ironing room, three thousand dollars ; for oven, ceiling, flooring and fitting up bakery, one thousand dollars ; for pointing outside walls of buildings, one thousand dollars, and for deficiency in appropriations for maintenance, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

For the Homeopathic Asylum, at Middletown, for additional steampathic

heating apparatus, four thousand dollars ; for new drying-room in at Middle- laundry, fifteen hundred dollars ; for additional fire apparatus, fifteen

hundred dollars ; for grading grounds, filling swale in the rear of pavilion number two, and constructing necessary walks about new building, and for farm improvements, five thousand dollars.

For the payment o* awards made by the board of audit, the sum of

thirty-eight thousand two hundred and eighty-five dollars and fifty Weed,

cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary, as follows : For Weed, Parsons and Company, for legislative printing during the years eighteen

hundred and seventy-nine, and eighteen hundred and eighty, perpany.

Buffalo

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town,

Awards of board of audit.

Parsons & Com

formed pursuant to resolutions of the senate and assembly, four thousand three hundred and sixty-cight dollars and eighty-eight cents; and for printing and binding four thousand one hundred and twentyfive copies of the report of the state engineer and surveyor, on railroads, for the year eighteen hundred and eighty, pursuant to a reso. lution of the legislature, passed May eleventh, eighteen hundred and

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eighty-one, five thousand one hundred and seventy-five dollars, to be refunded to the treasury of the state by the several railroad companies of this state, in proportion to their respective gross receipts, pursuant to chapter fire hundred and twenty-six of the laws of eighteen hun. dred and fifty-five, and the several acts of the legislature in relation thereto; for printing one thousand copies of the sixth annual report of the Central New York Institution for Deaf Mutes, per concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed March twenty-second, eighteen bundred and eighty-one, thirty dollars; for printing one thousand copies of the report of the Western New York Institution for Deaf Mutes, pursuant to concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed May twelfth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, sixteer dollars and eighty cents ; for printing five thousand copies of the first annual report of the state board of health, per concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed May twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, eight hundred and thirty-two dollars; for printing one thousand copies of the report of the state board of health relative to the stenches in New York city, per concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed May twentyserenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, nineteen dollars and twenty cents; for printing two hundred and fourteen thousand six hundred blanks for school registers and binding same in fourteen thousand five hundred books for the department of public instruction, one thousand five hundred and thirty-nine dollars and ninety cents; for printing five hundred copies of testimony taken before the special committee of the senate to investigate canal matters, per resolution of the senate, passed January twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and eightytwo, four hundred and six dollars ; for printing one thousand copies of the report of the mstitution for the improved instruction of deaf mutes, per concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed April twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, twenty-five dollars and twenty cents; for printing one thousand copies of the annual report of the University of the State of New York, for the year eighteen hundred and eighty, per concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed April twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty, six hundred and fifteen dollars and sisty cents; for printing seventeen hundred and twenty copies of the full insurance report, two thousand copies of the fire and marine insurance report, and fifteen hundred copies of the life and casualty insurance report and binding the same in full cloth, gilt, per concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed May eleventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, four thousand nine hundred and two dollars and eighty-six cents, to be refunded to the treasury of the state by the several insurance companies, associations, persons and agents to whom chapter three hundred sixty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-nine applies; for printing eight hundred copies of testimony taken before the special assembly committee appointed to investigate the Bradley-Sessions bribery case, per resolution of the assembly, passed June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, eleven hundred and eighty-three dollars, and for seventeen hundred and fourteen copies of the New York Civil List of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, furnished pursuant to concurrent resolution of the legislature, passed May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, and for express charges paid for the delivery of the same, four thousand three hundred and fifty-two dollars and sisty cents; for Adolphus F. Warburton for services as law stenographer in the matter of charges against Bernard Reilly, sheriff, two hundred and burton forty-eight dollars and sixty-nine cents; for William I. Coggswell, for 'm. I.

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services rendered as counsel for the commissioners for loaning certain
moneys of the United States, deposited with the State of New York,
for the county of Queens, in an action in the supreme court brought
to foreclose a certain mortgage held by the loan commissioners for said
county, five hundred dollars; for John W. Hathorn, for damages in
full for permanent appropriation and diversion of a certain stream of
water to the use of the Elmira State Reformatory, and for injury to

property caused by overflow of the reservoir built by the State, the Arthur H. sum of nine hundred and fifty dollars; for Arthur H. Howe, for serv

ing notices of the appointment of certain notaries in the county of Central Cattaraugus, forty-five dollars and forty-three cents; for the Central Institutida New York Institution for Deaf-mutes, at Rome, for maintenance and

instruction of certain deaf-mutes as state pupils, seven hundred and Rome. sixty-one dollars and eighty-nine cents; and for the following named For parties corporations and persons, for materials furnished and for extra work,

labor and services performed in the coustruction of the Hudson River eticed

, wurk State Hospital, payable as follows: to the City National Bank of son River Poughkeepsie, as assignee of John H. Kimlin, three thousand one pital.

hundred and forty-five dollars and forty-nine cents; to Robert H.
Hunter, as assignee of Adam Caire and others, one thousand one hun-
dred and twenty-nine dollars and twenty-eight cents; to the Mer-
chants' National Bank of Poughkeepsie, as assignee of Robert Dixon,
four hundred and one dollars and thirty-three cents; to the Pough-
keepsie National Bank, as assignee of Robert Dixon, nineteen hun-
dred and thirty-one dollars and thirty-nine cent*; to the Pough-
keepsie National Bank as assignee of George E. Broas, sixteen
hundred and thirty-five dollars; to Horace T. Caswell, James 0.
Beers and William L. Maxwell, as assignees of John Maxwell, two
thousand three hundred and fifty-three dollars and forty-six cents;
and to the Fallkill National Bank, as assignee of George E. Broas,

seventeen hundred and sixteen dollars and fifty cents,
Attorney For the attorney-general, for the payment of the services and ex-
general.

penses of special counsel for the state heretofore employed by the at-
torney-general in the examination and supervision of insolvent trusts
and references and proceedings relating thereto, from December first,
cighteen hundred and seventy-nine, to and including December thirty-
first, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, the sum of twelve thousand
and forty-nine dollars and sixty-five cents, to be paid to such special
counsel upon the audit and certificate of the attorney-general.

For George C. Greene, as attorney for the defendants in the action
hereinafter named, the sum of three thousand four hundred and one
dollars, being the amount in full payment of the principal of a judg-
ment for costs against the people of this state in an action commenced
in the name of the people by Attorney-General Schoonmaker against
Linus Jones Peck and George Talbot, who were impleaded with Wil-
liam McRae, which judgment was entered and docketed in Albany
county clerk's office on the twenty-ninth day of June, cighteen hun-
dred and eighty-one; and the further sum of one hundred and eighty-
nine dollars and sixty-eight cents, for interest on the above-named
judgment and fees of county clerk for certified copy of said judg-
ment.

The comptroller shall pay the above sums to the above-named attorney upon his producing to, and filing with, the comptroller a satisfaction of said judgment, certified by the attorney-general to be in due form.

George C.
Greene.

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