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Inspectors For the inspector of gas meters, for salary and salaries of of gas meters. deputies, as provided for by chapter three hundred and eighty.

five of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, nine thousand five hundred dollars, which sum hereby appropriated shall be refunded to the treasury by the several gas-light corporations in this state in amounts proportionate to the amount of the capital stock of such corporation respectively, to be ascertained and assessed by the comptroller of the state in accordance with the provisions of chapter three hundred and

eighty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three. Washing- For the trustees of Washington's headquarters, at Newburgh, head

for compensation of the superintendent, and for the care, main. quarters.

tenance, repairs and improvements of the grounds, one thousand

dollars. Gate ten- For the compensation of gate tenders for the state dams upon ders for state dam. the Beaver and Moose rivers, as provided by chapter one hundred

and sixty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, the sum of one thousand one hundred dollars, to be paid by the comptroller on the certificate of the commissioners appointed

under said act, or a majority thereof. Senate For the trustees of public buildings, for the salary of the house.

keeper of the senate-house property, at Kingston, pursuant to chapter two hundred and twenty-seven of the laws of eighteen

hundred and ninety-three, six hundred dollars. Port war

For the expenses of the board of port wardens of the port of New York, pursuant to chapter one hundred and forty-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-one, forty-five hundred

dollars. Superin- For the compensation of the superintendent of the state land state land survey, pursuant to chapter five hundred and eighty-nine of the survey

laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-five, five thousand dollars; and for continuing the work of the state land survey, pursuant to chapter five hundred and eighty-nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-five, twenty-five thousand dollars, and which

shall be immediately available. Janitor For salary of janitor of the Saratoga monument, five hundred Saratoga

dollars, per chapter nine hundred and fifty-five, laws of eighteen

hundred and ninety-five. Draw- For the compensation of the tender and for the maintainance bridge tender. and operation of the draw-bridge over Minneceongo creek, Rock

land county, the sum of seven hundred dollars. The sum of five

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thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby agent of appropriated from the canal fund to pay for the services and dis-tendent of

public bursements incurred by the agent employed by the superintendent of public works on request of the attorney-general, as provided in section two hundred and seventy of the code of civil procedure, in defense of claims against the state, on account of the canals; such sum to be advanced to said agent by the comptroller, upon his filing with the comptroller a good and sufficient bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars, for the same. But no account for such services, disbursements and expenses shall be paid until the same has been presented to and approved by the canal board.

PAYABLE FROM THE FREE SCHOOL FUND. For the support of the common schools of the state, three million Normal

schools five hundred thousand dollars.

For the support and maintenance of the state normal and train. ing schools, located as follows:

At Albany, twenty-nine thousand dollars.
At Buffalo, twenty-one thousand dollars.
At Brockport, twenty-five thousand dollars.
At Cortland, twenty-six thousand dollars.
At Fredonia, twenty-three thousand five hundred dollars.
At Geneseo, twenty-eight thousand dollars.
At New Paltz, twenty thousand dollars.
At Oswego, twenty-five thousand dollars.
At Oneonta, twenty-five thousand dollars.
At Plattsburgh, twenty thousand eight hundred dollars.
At Potsdam, twenty-five thousand dollars.
At Jamaica, twenty thousand dollars.
For the support and education of Indian youth at the normal Indian

youth, supschools of the state in pursuance of chapter eighty-nine of the laws i crt of. of eighteen hundred and fifty, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, payable on the audit of the state superintendent of public instruction.

For the maintenance of teachers' institutes, pursuant to chap- Teachers' ter five hundred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and for the preparation of question papers, and the supervision of examinations for state certificates and uniform Examina

tions. commissioners' certificates by institute conductors, thirty-five thousand dollars.

For the department of public instruction for defraying the ex. Answer penses of the examination of answer papers submitted under the

institutes.

papers.

S'hool commissioners.

School reg. isters and reports.

Teachers' classes.

uniform system of examinations of commissioners' certificates as provided for by chapter five hundred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, fifteen thousand dollars, or 80 much thereof as may be necessary.

For the commissioners of common schools, for salaries, one hun. dred and thirteen thousand dollars.

For the department of public instruction, for printing and bind. ing fifteen thousand school registers, pursuant to chapter five hun. dred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and for printing and binding twenty-five thousand copies of trus. tees' reports, and for packing and boxing the same, five thousand two hundred dollars.

For instruction and supervision of classes of common school teachers in the academies and union schools designated by the su. perintendent of public instruction, pursuant to chapter five hun. dred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, sixty thousand dollars.

For the expense of holding examinations for commissioners' certificates, common school examinations in connection with the course of study adopted by school commissioners and approved by the superintendent of public instruction, state certificates and state scholarships in Cornell university, and for preparing and printing blanks, circulars, question papers and certificates necessary for such examinations, and for printing graduates' certifi. cates issued by the superintendent of public instruction, pursuant to chapter five hundred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hun. dred and ninety-four, eight thousand dollars.

School ex aminations.

Certifi. cates.

PAYABLE FROM THE COMMON SCHOOL FUND.

CAPITAL. Investment

For investment of the capital of the common school fund, purof fund.

suant to chapter fifty of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty. nine, fifty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

REVENUE. Dividends

For dividends to common schools, revised statutes, volume to schools,

one, page five hundred and thirty-eight, one hundred and seventy thousand dollars.

For support of Indian schools, chapter seventy-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-six, six thousand dollars.

Indian schools.

PAYABLE FROM THE LITERATURE FUND.

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REVENUE. For dividends to be apportioned by the regents for the benefit Dividends of the academies of the university, chapter three hundred and emies. seventy-eight of the laws of eighieen hundred and ninety-two, twelve thousand dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE UNITED STATES DEPOSIT FUND.

of fund.

CAPITAL. For investment of the United States deposit fund, in pur. Investment silance of chapter one hundred and fifty of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, and chapter fifty of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, fifty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

REVENUE.

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For dividends to common schools, chapter five hundred and Dividends fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and chapter five hundred and seventy-three of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, as amended by chapter five hundred and forty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-five, seventy. five thousand dollars.

For dividends to be apportioned by the regents for the benefit Dividends of the academies of the university, chapter three hundred and mies. seventy-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, thirty-four thousand dollars. For apportionment of public library money by the regents of Public

library the university, for the benefit of free libraries and the purchase money. of books to be lent in accordance with sections fourteen, fortyseven and fifty of chapter three hundred and seventy-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, twenty-five thousand dollars. For amount to be added to the capital of the common school Capital of

school fund, article nine of constitution, twenty-five thousand dollars. fund.

For establishing and conducting examinations in accordance Examinawith chapter four hundred and twenty-five of the laws of eighteen medical hundred and seventy-seven, and for conducting preliminary ex. students. aminations for law students, as prescribed by the rules of the court of appeals, in pursuance of section one hundred and ninetythree of the code of civil procedure, and for medical students,

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as prescribed by section one hundred and forty-five of chapter six hundred and sixty-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, twenty-six thousand five hundred dollars.

PAYABLE FROM THE MILITARY RECORD FUND.

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Bureau of For the adjutant-general for the expenses of the bureau of mili. military records. tary records, two thousand dollars. Appropria- The several amounts herein appropriated shall be paid by the paid. treasurer from their respective funds, as specified, and the

salaries named shall be established and fixed by this act, for the

several officers for whom they are designated, but the comptroller Drawing of shall not draw his warrant for the payment of the several warrant.

amounts hereinbefore named, except for salaries and other ex. penditures and appropriations, the amounts of which are duly

established and fixed by law, until the persons demanding them Detailed shall present to him a detailed statement thereof, in items, and required. shall make all reports required of them by law; and if such

accounts 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 be for traveling expenses, the account must also specify the distance traveled, the places of starting and des.

tination, the duty or business, and all the dates and items of ex. Personal penditure. But no payments shall be made to any salaried state

officer or commissioner, except to commissioners of the land office and the trustees of public buildings, for personal expenses in.

curred by them while in the discharge of their duties as such Verifica- commissioners or trustees at Albany. All accounts must be veriaccounts. fied by affidavit to the effect that the account is true, just and

correct, and that no part thereof has been paid, but is actually Bills to be due and owing. On all accounts for transportation, furniture, receipted.

blanks, and other books purchased for the use of offices, binding, blanks, printing, stationery, postage, cleaning and other necessary and incidental expenses provided for by this act, 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 the several expenditures.

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