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Legislature.

LEGISLATURE. For the compensation and mileage of members and officers of the legislature, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For advances by the comptroller to the clerks of the senate and assembly, for contingent expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For postage, expenses of committees, compensation of witnesses, legislative manual, Croswell's 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.

STATE PRINTING. For the legislative printing of the state, including binding, mapping, lithographing and engraving, one hundred thousand dollars.

State printing.

Session laws.

SESSION LAWS AND OFFICIAL CANVASS. For the publication of the session laws and the official canvass and official notices provided by law, which are subjects of contract, twenty-five thousand dollars.

PUBLICATION OF GENERAL LAWS. Publica- For the payment of newspapers in the various counties in this tion of general laws. state for the publication of the general laws of the state pursuant

to chapter seven hundred and fifteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, ninety thousand dollars.

State prisons.

STATE PRISONS. For the support and maintenance of the several state prisons, pursuant to chapter three hundred and eighty-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, and for the ordinary repairs of the prisons and supplying water therefor, three hundred thousand dollars.

For the superintendent of state prisons, for salary, six thousand dollars.

For the necessary traveling expenses of the superintendent and his clerk, five hundred dollars.

For necessary clerk hire and copying and a messenger, and for postage, stationery and other incidental expenses, six thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation of sheriffs, for the transportation of convicts to prisons, asylum for insane criminals, penitentiaries, houses of refuge and reformatories, twelve thousand dollars.

For the maintenance of convicts sentenced to penitentiaries, in pursuance of chapter one hundred and fifty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-six, chapter five hundred and eighty. four of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, chapter six hundred and sixty-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-six, chapter five hundred and seventy-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, chapter two hundred and forty-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-four, chapter five hundred and seventy-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five, chapter four hundred and ninety of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, chapter one hundred and fifteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-one and chapter five hundred and eighty-seven, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, one hundred thousand dollars.

For the support and maintenance of the state prison for women, at Auburn, pursuant to chapter three hundred and six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, for ordinary repairs, supplying water therefor and for the transportation of women prisoners, thirty thousand dollars.

MATTEAWAN STATE HOSPITAL FOR INSANE CRIM.

INALS.

For the support and maintenance of the Matteawan state

Hospital for insane

criminals. hospital for insane criminals and for the ordinary repairs of the hospital, fifty thousand dollarg.

For the resident officers of the Matteawan state hospital for insane criminals, for salaries, eight thousand nine hundred dollarg.

INDIAN AFFAIRS.

fairs.

For the payment of the annuities to the several Indian tribes, Indian afas follows:

To the Onondagas, two thousand four hundred and thirty dollars.

To the Cayugas, two thousand three hundred dollars.
To the Senecas, five hundred dollars.

To the Saint Regis, two thousand one hundred and thirty-one dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For the relief of the Onondaga Indians, three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the agent of the Onondaga Indians, two hundred dollars.

For compensation of the agent of the Onondaga Indians, pur

LEGISLATURE.

Legislature.

For the compensation and mileage of members and officers of the legislature, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For advances by the comptroller to the clerks of the senate and assembly, for contingent expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For postage, expenses of committees, compensation of witnesses, legislative manual, Croswell's 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.

STATE PRINTING. For the legislative printing of the state, including binding, mapping, lithographing and engraving, one hundred thousand dollars.

State printing.

Session laws.

SESSION LAWS AND OFFICIAL CANVASS. For the publication of the session laws and the official canvasg and official notices provided by law, which are subjects of contract, twenty-five thousand dollars.

PUBLICATION OF GENERAL LAWS. Publica- For the payment of newspapers in the various counties in this tion of general laws. state for the publication of the general laws of the state pursuant

to chapter seven hundred and fifteen of the laws of eighteen hun. dred and ninety-two, ninety thousand dollars.

State prisons.

STATE PRISONS. For the support and maintenance of the several state prisons, pursuant to chapter three hundred and eighty-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, and for the ordinary repairs of the prisons and supplying water therefor, three hundred thousand dollars.

For the superintendent of state prisons, for salary, six thousand dollars.

For the necessary traveling expenses of the superintendent and bis clerk, five hundred dollars.

For necessary clerk hire and copying and a messenger, and for postage, stationery and other incidental expenses, six thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation of sheriffs, for the transportation of convicts to prisons, asylum for insane criminals, penitentiaries, houses of refuge and reformatories, twelve thousand dollars.

For the maintenance of convicts sentenced to penitentiaries, in pursuance of chapter one hundred and fifty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-six, chapter five hundred and eighty. four of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, chapter six hun. dred and sixty-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-six, chapter five hundred and seventy-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, chapter two hundred and forty-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-four, chapter five hundred and seventy-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five, chapter four hundred and ninety of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, chapter one hundred and fifteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-one and chapter five hundred and eighty-seven, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, one hundred thousand dollars.

For the support and maintenance of the state prison for women, at Auburn, pursuant to chapter three hundred and six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, for ordinary repairs, supplying water therefor and for the transportation of women prisoners, thirty thousand dollars.

for insane

fairs.

MATTEAWAN STATE HOSPITAL FOR INSANE CRIM.

INALS. For the support and maintenance of the Matteawan state Hospital

criminals. hospital for insane criminals and for the ordinary repairs of the hospital, fifty thousand dollars.

For the resident officers of the Matteawan state hospital for insane criminals, for salaries, eight thousand nine hundred dollars.

INDIAN AFFAIRS. For the payment of the annuities to the several Indian tribes, Indian afas follows:

To the Onondagas, two thousand four hundred and thirty dollars.

To the Cayugas, two thousand three hundred dollars.
To the Senecas, five hundred dollars.

To the Saint Regis, two thousand one hundred and thirty-one dollars and sixty-seven cepts.

For the relief of the Onondaga Indians, three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the agent of the Onondaga Indians, two hundred dollars.

For compensation of the agent of the Onondaga Indians, pur

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' HOME.

Soldiers

For the support and maintenance of the New York state and sailors' home. soldiers and sailors' home, for the transportation of applicants

for admission and for ordinary repairs, one hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars.

STATE REFORMATORY. State re- For the New York state reformatory, at Elmira, for mainte formatory.

nance and ordinary repairs, and for the purchase of material, and for expenses of manufacturing, pursuant to chapter seven hundred and eleven of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty. seven, two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars.

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.

State bo, rd of health.

For the state board of health, for the maintenance of its work, in administering the several laws with which it is charged, thirty-five thousand dollars.

Deaf and dumb.

DEAF AND DUMB. For the support and instruction of two hundred and fifty pupils at the institute for deaf and dumb in New York city, sixtyfive thousand dollars.

For the support and instruction of one hundred and twenty pupils at the institution for the improved instruction of deafmutes in New York city, thirty-one thousand two hundred dollars.

For the support and instruction of seventy-five pupils at the Le Couteulx Saint Mary's institution for the improved instruction of deaf-mutes at Buffalo, nineteen thousand five hundred dollars.

For the support and instruction of one hundred and fifteen pupils at the Central New York institution for the improved instruction of deaf-mutes at Rome, twenty-nine thousand nine hundred dollars.

For the support and instruction of one hundred and eighty pupils at Saint Joseph's institution for the improved instruction of deaf-mutes at Fordham, forty-five thousand dollars.

For the support and instruction of ninety-five pupils at the western New York institution at Rochester for the improved instruction of deaf-mutes, twenty-four thousand seven hundred dollars.

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