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Counsel.

necessary payable out of the surplus in the treasury, arising from taxes, license fees and other moneys collected from the insurance companies, agents and other persons and paid into the treasury over and above the appropriations for maintaining said department.

For the payment of counsel designated by attorney-general to represent the state in proceedings instituted against certain Lloyds associations, three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be

necessary. Purchase

For the purchase of a safe in which to keep securities deposited of safe and furniture. in the department and the building of necessary galleries in the

office for keeping of records in a suitable manner and for the purchasing of necessary furniture, et cetera, for New York office, five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Electrical expert and books.

RAILROAD COMMISSION. For the board of railroad commissioners, for an electrical expert and for the purchase of necessary law and statistical books, the sum of three thousand dollars, this amount to be paid by the comptroller upon the requisition of the board of railroad commissioners, and to 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.

COURT OF CLAIMS. Contingent The unexpended balance heretofore appropriated for the payfund.

ment of the expenses of the clerk, stenographer and messenger of the board of claims while attending sessions of the board at places other than at Albany, is hereby reappropriated into the contingent fund of the court of claims.

Commissioner of agriculture.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. For the commissioner of agriculture, for the expenses and for the continuance and extension of the work of his department, pursuant to chapter three hundred thirty-eight, laws of eighteen hundred ninety-three, to the close of the fiscal year, the sum of twenty thousand dollars; the assistant commissioners of agriculture shall receive such salaries as shall be fixed by the commissioner of agri. culture, and all necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.

For the promotion of agriculture, the sum of ten thousand dollars, to be distributed by the commissioner of agriculture as provided in section eighty-eight of the agricultual law.

Promotion of agriculture.

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For the maintenance of farmers' institutes, held under the Farmers auspices of the commissioner of agriculture, to be paid upon the order of said commissioner, and certified in sums as needed and for which vouchers for expenditures, duly audited and verified by him, shall be rendered, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. For the New York State Agricultural society, for the interest of State Agri

Society. the state and the promotion of agriculture therein, to be expended under the direction of the commissioner of agriculture, the sum of ten thousand dollars, for the purpose of constructing on the grounds of the society additions to the horticultural and dairy buildings, and for such other improvements and expenditures for improving said grounds and property as may be found necessary by the society for the promotion of agriculture in this state.

For the state weather bureau, to be expended under the direction State of the commissioner of agriculture, the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the prosecution of its work to the close of the next fiscal year, pursuant to the provisions of the agricultural law.

weather bureau,

Armories, state

ranges.

NATIONAL GUARD. For the adjutant-general, for repairs, improvements and betterments of the state arsenals, armories, camp grounds and the rifle ritmes and ranges at Creedmoor and throughout the state, the sum of twenty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the adjutant-general, for the payment of pensions to members Pensions. of the national guard and naval militia and pay and care for the same when injured or disabled in service, pursuant to sections one hundred and twenty-nine and one hundred and thirty-two, chapter five hundred and fifty-nine, of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three and the acts amendatory thereof, and for payment of expenses and examinations of claims for pensions, under said acts, the sum of six thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the adjutant-general, for services and necessary traveling War expenses in prosecuting the war claims of the state against the prosecuUnited States, under his direction, eight thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be approved by the governor as commander-in-chief. For the adjutant-general, for the uniforming and equipping of the Uniforms

and equipnational guard and naval militia and furnishing the necessary cook- ment. ing implements and stores and other necessaries for the national guard for field service, and for replacing uniforms, blankets, over

Rifle range,

coats and trousers worn out in service, and to complete the medical outfit and hospital corps supplies of the national guard and naval

militia, the sum of thirty thousand dollars. Armory at For the erection of a state armory in the city of Ogdensburg, the Ogdensburg.

sum of forty thousand dollars, being the unexpended appropriation made by chapter five hundred and eighty of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and also the additional sum of seventeen thousand dollars, all such money to be expended under and in pursuance of said chapter, for the purposes, and subject to the conditions, specified therein.

For the adjutant-general, for the completion of the rifle range and Kingston. plumbing of the state armory in the city of Kingston, the sum of

four thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be

necessary. Armory at For the adjutant-general, for the completion of the state armory Malone.

in the village of Malone, three thousand dollars, or so much

thereof as may be necessary. Armory at For the adjutant-general, for the improvement and betterment Oneonta.

of the state armory of the Third separate company at Oneonta, the sum (of two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as

may be necessary. War

For the adjutant-general, to enable him to comply with sections records, comple

thirty-eight, thirty-nine and forty, chapter sixteen, of the general tion, etc.,

laws of the state, and to complete the personal records of the regi. ments, companies, troops, batteries and marines of this state which served in the late war for the Union, and for printing and binding the same in book form, under the direction of the adjutant-general, the sum of twenty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be

necessary. Acquisi

For the acquisition of a piece of land, about one hundred feet land for square, on the northwest corner of North and Barry streets in the Olean. city of Olean, for the use of the state armory in such city, the

sum of four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; and the adjutant general, inspector-general and chief of ordnance, who are appointed a commission for the purposes hereof, are hereby authorized to acquire such lands for and in the name of the state by purchase or condemnation, the title to which shall

be approved by the attorney-general. Boat- For the adjutant-general, for the Second Separate Naval divishouse, etc., for naval" ion, Rochester, New York, for deficiency in appropriation for the Rochester. completion of the boat-house and necessary accessories thereto,

of.

tion of

armory at

and for repairing launch boiler, and for the boat carriage and babbit fittings thereto, the sum of nine hundred dollars; for water service, heating, dredging and equipment of said boat-house, with its approaches, for the use of the naval militia located in the city of Rochester, Monroe county, the sum of two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to be expended under the direction of the adjutant-general, the inspectorgeneral and the chief of ordnance of the state, who are commissioners for the completion of the said boat-house with its approaches. The sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may Armory at

Newburgh. be necessary, is hereby appropriated to defray the expenses of repairs and betterments of the state armory, at Newburgh, said amount to be paid by the treasurer, upon the warrant of the comptroller, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, on bills for said repairs and betterments approved by the adjutant-general.

For the betterment of the road leading from the state camp to Roads at Roa Hook dock, and for the construction of a military road to con-camp. nect the state camp with the river road near Highland station, five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the order and direction of the adjutant-general.

BANKING DEPARTMENT. For the superintendent of banks, for rent of office for examiners Office for in the city of New York, one thousand dollars, to be assessed and collected and refunded to the treasury, as provided for in the bank. ing law.

For the superintendent of banks, two thousand dollars, for pay- Salary of ment of increase of salary of said superintendent of banks, from the tendent. first day of October, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, to the first day of October, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, to be assessed and collected and refunded as provided in the banking law.

For the superintendent of banks, one thousand dollars, for pay. Id. ment of increase of salary of said superintendent dating from the first day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, to the first day of October, of the same year, to be assessed and collected and refunded as provided in the banking law.

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. For the bureau of labor statistics, for deficiency in the annual Deficienappropriation for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, the appropria

examiners.

cies in

sum of five thousand dollars; and for a deficiency in the appropria. tion for the free employment bureau in New York city for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, the sum of one thousand and five hundred dollars; and for deficiency in the annual appropriation for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, the sum of four thousand dollars; and for the salary of deputy commissioner of labor statistics, the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars.

STATE BOARD CHARITIES.

Inspection department and office expenses.

For the state board of charities, for carrying on the work of the inspection department and for deficiency in appropriation for office and contingent expenses and clerk hire, three thousand dollars.

FISH, GAME AND FOREST COMMISSION. Claims For the commissioners of fisheries, game and forest, for paying by fire wardens. claims against the state incurred by fire wardens in the several

counties of the forest preserve in fighting forest fires, two thousand

dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Purchase The sum of four thousand sixty-nine dollars and forty-five cents, of lands in Adiron- being the sum paid into the state treasury from proceeds of lands dack park.

sold and leased and interest on deposits by the fisheries, game and forest commission, pursuant to chapter three hundred and thirty. two, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three uereby appropriated for the purchase of lands within the Adirondack park, as provided by section one hundred and twenty-three, article eight of said act.

For construction and maintenance of hatcheries and hatching eries, etc.

stations and the collection and distribution of fish and fish fry,

seven thousand five hundred dollars. Weirs, etc., For the commissioners of fisheries, game and forests, the sum of Cayuga five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is lake.

hereby appropriated, to be expended by said commissioners or under (heir direction, for the erection and maintenance of weirs or traps at the inlets of Cayuga lake to exterminate from said lake, lampreys, suckers and other deleterious fish and for the scientific study by the biological department of the Cornell university, of the nature and

habits of the various fishes of said lake, Bill-fish. For the extermination of bill-fish in Chautauqua lake, five hun

dred dollars.

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