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chapter one hundred and twenty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-three, eighteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the stenographers appointed under said first-named act, as amended by chapter one hundred and fourteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, for compensa. tion, six thousand five hundred dollars; said amounts to be paid only from moneys which shall have been or shall be paid into the treasury for taxes levied for the purposes of said acts and in pur. suance thereof.

For the stenographers of the supreme court, in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth judicial districts, for compensation, pursuant to sections two hundred and fifty-eight and two hundred and fifty-nine of the code of civil procedure, Afty-five thousand dollars, to be refunded to the treasury as re. quired by chapter four hundred and twenty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety.

For additional stenographers in the third, fourth, seventh and eighth judicial districts, for necessary compensation, expenses and stationery, the sum of twelve thousand five hundred dollars, to be refunded to the treasury as provided for by chapter two hundred and fifty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-threa

For compensation of confidential clerks to the justices of the supreme court, other than justices of the appellate division, residing in the second judicial district, not including the county of Kings, nine thousand dollars to be refunded to the treasury pursuant to chapter eight hundred and ninety-two of the laws of eighteen hun. dred and ninety-six.

For compensation of confidential clerks to resident trial justices of the supreme court in the fifth judicial district, except those resident in cities in said district in which there is now a resident supreme court stenographer, three thousand six hundred dollars, to be refunded to the treasury pursuant to chapter eight hundred and ninety-three of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six.

For the expenses of the appellate divisions of the supreme court, forty thousand dollars.

For the several judicial district law libraries, seven thousand two hundred dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS REPORTER. For salary of miscellaneous reporter, per chapter five hundred and ninety-eight, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, four thousand five hundred dollars.

Miscellaneous rtporter.

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. For the attorney-general, for salary, five thousand dollars. Attorney

general. For the first and second deputies in the office of the attorney. general, for salaries, eight thousand dollars.

For deputies, clerks, stenographers and messengers in the office of the attorney-general, for salaries, nineteen thousand two hun. dred dollars.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other necessary expenses of the office of the attorney-general, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For costs of suits, fees of sheriffs, compensation of witnesses and office expenses, two thousand dollars, and the amount paid shall, in each case, be certified by the attorney-general.

For the expenses and disbursements of the attorney-general, which shall be allowed to him in lieu of and in full of expenses, two thousand five hundred dollars, payable quarterly.

For the expenses and disbursements of the deputies of the attorney-general, while in the discharge of their duties, thirty. six hundred dollars, payable quarterly.

The attorney-general is hereby authorized to employ as many deputies, clerks, stenographers and messengers as he may deem necessary, and to designate their salaries, but the aggregate salaries for such clerical force, stenographers and messengers shall not exceed the sum hereinabove appropriated for such service.

COURT OF CLAIMS.

For the judges of the court of claims, for salaries and expenses, Court of

claims. sixteen thousand five hundred dollars, and the judges shall each receive the sum of five hundred dollars thereof, annually, payable monthly in full for expenses.

For the clerk of the court of claims, for salary, four thousand dollars.

For the deputy clerk of the court of claims, for salary, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the stenographer to the court of claims, for salary, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the marshal of the court of claims, for salary, including his services as messenger, twelve hundred dollars.

For contingent fund for the use of the court of claims, three thousand dollars.

All fees of every name and nature received by said clerk or any of his deputies or employes shall be covered into the state treasury, and all laws allowing fees of any kind to said clerk or his deputies are hereby repealed.

Secretary of state.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
For the secretary of state, for salary, five thousand dollars.

For the deputy secretary of state and clerk of the commis-
sioners of the land office, for salary and for indexing the session
laws and making marginal notes thereof, four thousand dollars.
· For clerks and messengers in the office of the secretary of state,
for salaries, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other necessary expenses of the office of the secretary of state, four thousand dollars.

For deficiency in appropriation for office expenses, and for cataloguing and indexing maps and records, and for the preservation of the same, in the office of the secretary of state, two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Comptroller.

OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER.
For the comptroller, for salary, six thousand dollars.

For the deputy comptroller, for salary, four thousand dollars.

For clerks in the office of the comptroller, for salaries, fifty-two thousand five hundred dollars.

For messenger in the office of the comptroller, for salary, eight hundred dollars.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other neces. sary expenses of the office of the comptroller, fire thousand dollars.

For the expenses of making an examination of the accounts of the several county treasurers of the state, as required by chapter six hundred and fifty-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, for the expenses and disbursements incurred by him in the supervision and administration of the funds paid into court as may be necessary and required by said act, eight thousand dollars.

For the comptroller, to pay the expenses of serving notices on accupants or despoilers of land now owned by the state, or bid in therefor at the comptroller's tax sales; or protecting the state's title to such lands by discharging them from the taxes due thereon, or bidding them in at, or redeeming them from county treasurer's

tax sales; of preparing and recording deeds and certificates protecting the state's title to such lands; of definitely locating, appraising and examining them as may be required; of protecting them from trespassers or despoilers, and prosecuting all such offenders, and generally of guarding, preserving the value of, and protecting such lands, three thousand five hundred dollars.

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OFFICE OF THE TREASURER. For the treasurer, for salary, five thousand dollars.

Treasurer. For the deputy treasurer, for salary, four thousand dollars.

For clerks and messengers in the office of the treasurer, for sal. aries, fourteen thousand dollars.

For the new capitol paymaster in the office of the treasurer, for salary, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other necessary expenses of the office of the treasurer, two thousand dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. For the superintendent of public instruction, for salary, five Departthousand dollars

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struction, For the deputy superintendent of public instruction, for salary, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For clerks and other employes in the office of the superinten. dent of public instruction, for salaries, twenty thousand dollars.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other necessary expenses of the office of the superintendent of publio instruction, five thousand dollars.

For traveling expenses which may be incurred in the visitation of common schools, normal schools, teachers' institutes, Indian schools and other institutions under the supervision of this department and educational associations, one thousand dollars.

For superintendent of public instruction, for printing circulars and programs relating to the observance of Arbor Day for distribution among the school districts of the state, and for the expenses relating to the observance of that day, pursuant to the provisions of chapter five hundred and fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of chapter six hundred and seventy-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and

ninety-four, as amended by chapter nine hundred and eighty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and for the pay. ment of salaries of assistants, expenses and blanks, the sum of ten thousand dollars.

State engineer and surveyor.

OFFICE OF THE STATE ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.

For the state engineer and surveyor, for salary, five thousand dollars.

For the deputy state engineer and surveyor, for salary, four thousand dollars.

For clerks in the office of the state engineer and surveyor, for salaries, nine thousand two hundred dollars.

For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing and other necessary expenses of the office of the state engineer and surveyor, two thousand one hundred dollars.

Railroad commis sioners.

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. For the board of railroad commissioners, for salaries, and expenses, as provided in section one hundred and seventy, article Bix, chapter five hundred and sixty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety, as amended by chapter five hundred and thirty-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and chapter four hundred and fifty-six, of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, sixty thousand dollars.

For printing and binding the additional reports of the board of railroad commissioners, as provided in section one hundred and sixty-six, article six, chapter five hundred and sixty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety, twenty-five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For services and expenses of deputies and clerks in the office of the attorney-general, in proceedings or litigation, for or on account of railroad companies, or in which railroad companies were parties, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, as may be certified by the attorney-general to the comptroller, which amount is hereby appropriated and authorized to be paid.

The amounts stated in the last three items shall be refunded to the treasury by the several corporations owning or operating railroads in this state, in such manner and proportion as is prescribed by law,

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