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For the support and instruction of sixty-five pupils at the northern New York institution for deaf-mutes at Malone, sixteen thousand nine hundred 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 seven items, and paid by the comptroller, upon certificate verified by oath of the president and secretary of such institution, and upon the approval of the superintendent of public instruction.
ASYLUMS AND HOSPITALS.
THOMAS ASYLUM. For the Thomas asylum for orphan and destitute Indian chil. Thomas
asylum, dren, for maintenance, salaries of officers and teachers, and ordinary repairs, twenty thousand dollars.
For the support and instruction of one hundred and eighty Blind. pupils, one year, at the New York institution for the blind, forty-five 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 and instruction of the inmates of the state school for the blind, at Batavia, and for the ordinary repairs of buildings, forty thousand dollars.
CRAIG COLONY FOR EPILEPTICS. For the salary of officers and employes of the Craig colony Craig
colony. for epileptics, for the maintenance of the institution and for ordinary repairs, fifty thousand dollars.
JUVENILE DELINQUENTS. For the society for the reformation of juvenile delinquents in Juvenile the city of New York, for maintenance and rewards to inmates quents. and repairs and betterments of tools and equipment and furniture and for repairs to buildings and for necessary tools to properly conduct the trade schools and common schools and military system and photographing of inmates, one hundred and sixty-five thousand dollars.
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State in dustrial school.
STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. For the state industrial school at Rochester, for maintenance and rewards to inmates and repairs and betterments of tools and equipment and furniture and for repairs to buildings and for necessary tools to properly conduct the trade schools and common schools and military system and photographing of inmates, one hundred ninety thousand dollars.
SYRACUSE STATE INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE-MINDED
CHILDREN. Institution For the Syracuse state institution for feeble-minded children, minded for maintenance and ordinary repairs, seventy-five thousand dol. lars.
CUSTODIAL ASYLUM. Castodial For the support and maintenance of the inmates of the Newark
custodial asylum; for the service of the attendants therein, and for other necessary expenses, and the ordinary repairs of the asylum, fifty thousand dollars.
tod ial asylum.
ROME STATE CUSTODIAL ASYLUM. Rome cus. For the support and maintenance of the inmates of the Rome
state custodial asylum; for the services of attendants therein and for other necessary expenses and the ordinary repairs of the asylum. fifty-five thousand dollars.
HOUSE OF REFUGE FOR WOMEN. House of For the compensation of officers and employes of the house of refuge for
refuge for women, at Hudson; for the maintenance of the institu. tion and for the transportation of the convicts, sixty-eight thousand dollars.
For the compensation of officers and employes of the western house of refuge for women, at Albion; for the maintenance of the institution and for the transportation of convicts, thirty thousand dollars.
HOME FOR VETERANS. For the home for veterans, for maintenance and ordinary repairs, fifteen thousand dollars, pursuant to chapter four hundred and sixty-eight, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four.
Home for veterans.
STATE COMMISSION OF PRISONS. For the secretary of state commission of prisons, for salary, three State comthousand dollars; and for traveling expenses of the commissioners prisons. and secretary, office expenses and clerk hire, ten thousand dollars.
STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. For the secretary of the state board of charities, for salary, three State thousand five hundred dollars; and for the traveling expenses of of charithe commissioners and secretary, for the office expenses and clerk hire, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For the support, care and removal of state, alien and Indian poor, pursuant to chapter five hundred and forty-nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty, chapter two hundred and twentyfive of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and chapter five hundred and forty-six, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, forty thousand dollars; and it shall be the duty of said board, in their annual report to the legislature, to give a complete and itemized statement of the expenditures for stafe paupers during the preceding fiscal year.
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. For the superintendent of weights and measures, for salary, Weights three hundred dollars.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY. For payment to Cornell university, being the interest at five per Cornell centum on the proceeds of the college land scrip fund pursuant to chapter seventy-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety. five, thirty-four thousand four hundred and twenty-eight dollars and eighty cents.
For the state veterinary college at Cornell university, for main. tenance, equipment and necessary material to conduct the same, twenty-five thousand dollars, payable to the treasurer of Cornell university on the warrant of the comptroller.
STATE HISTORIAN. For the state historian, for salary, four thousand five hundred state hisdollars; for the salary of a stenographer, one thousand dollars; and for stationery and other office expenses three hundred and fifty dollars.
FACTORY INSPECTORS. For the factory inspector, assistant and deputy factory inspectors and employes, for salaries, and for actual and necessary expenses, pursuant to the provisions of chapter four hundred and nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-six, as amended by chapter four hundred and sixty-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, chapter five hundred and sixty of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, chapter three hundred and ninety-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety, chapter six hundred and seventy-three of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, chapter one hundred and seventy-three of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, chapter five hun. dred and eighteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety. five, chapter three hundred and ninety-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety, chapter three hundred and eighty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety, chapter seven hundred and seventeen of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, chap. ter seven hundred and ninety-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and chapter nine hundred and ninety-one, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, eighty thousand dollars.
Board of mediation.
STATE BOARD OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION.
For the members, officers and employes of the state board of mediation and arbitration, for salaries and actual and necessary expenses, sixteen thousand dollars.
NIAGARA RESERVATION. For the commissioners of the state reservation at Niagara, for salaries and for actual and necessary expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars.
STATE EXCISE DEPARTMENT. State ex- For salaries and expenses of state excise department, pursuant partment. to chapter one hundred and twelve of the laws of eighteen hundred
and ninety-six, namely: Salary of state commissioner of excise, five thousand dollars; expenses and disbursements, wăich shall be allowed him in lieu and in full of expenses, eighteen hundred dollars; salary of deputy commissioner, four thousand dollars; ex. penses and disbursements, which shall be allowed him in lieu and in full of expenses, twelve hundred dollars; for salary of three special deputy commissioners (New York, Brooklyn and Buffalo), clerk hire (including counsel for Albany, New York, Brooklyn and Buffalo offices), salaries and expenses of sixty special agents, printing certificates, books (including books for county treasurers), law cases, blanks, et cetera, office equipments, stationery and office supplies, rentals for New York, Brooklyn and Buffalo offices, telegraphing, telephoning, expressing (including telephone rent. als), expenses of enumeration and examining county treasurers' excise accounts, attorneys' fees and disbursements, as per section ten, furniture, fittings, supplies, postage and other incidental expenses necessary to carry out the provisions of said law, the sum of two hundred and eighty-eight thousand dollars.
For the state commissioner of excise, one hundred and seventyfive thousand dollars, to pay refunds upon surrender of liquor tax certificates, under the provisions of the liquor tax law, to be paid by the state treasurer from excise moneys in his hands upon the certificate of the comptroller.
ONONDAGA SALT SPRINGS. For the salary of superintendent, compensation of clerks and Salti other persons employed, and necessary expenses of the Onondaga salt springs, fifty thousand dollars, pursuant to chapter six hun. dred and eighty-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety. two. To be available only upon the passage of an act which shall provide that on or before January first, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, all the interest of the state in any real property of the Onondaga Salt Springs Reservation be sold or the title thereof vested in the people of the state of New York, free from all claims, in behalf of any lessee or his legal representatives; that all per. sonal property connected therewith be sold, and that the state shall cease to furnish brine or operate such works at an expense to the state.
MISCELLANEOUS. For supplying other states with reports of the court of appeals Court reand the supreme court, pursuant to section twenty-seven of the executive law as amended by chapter two hundred and forty. eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, one thou. sand dollars.
For the expenses of the board of pilot commissioners, three Pilot com. thousand five hundred dollars.