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NORMAL SCHOOLS.

Payable on the approval of the commissioner of education for the maintenance:

of the state normal college at Albany, forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000);

of the state normal schools at

Brockport, thirty-six thousand dollars ($36,000);
Buffalo, thirty-four thousand dollars ($34,000);
Cortland, forty-one thousand dollars ($41,000);
Fredonia, thirty-four thousand dollars ($34,000);
Geneseo, forty-one thousand dollars ($41,000);
New Paltz, thirty-four thousand dollars ($34,000);
Oneonta, forty-one thousand dollars ($41,000);
Oswego, thirty-seven thousand dollars ($37,000);
Plattsburgh, thirty-seven thousand dollars ($37,000);
Potsdam, forty thousand dollars ($40,000).

One thousand dollars ($1,000) shall be allowed to the presi dent of the state normal college in addition to his salary in lieu of the residence heretofore provided and destroyed by fire in nineteen hundred and six and the sum of three hundred dollars ($300) in addition to salary shall be allowed to the principal of each normal school not provided with a residence by the state.

In addition to the above appropriations twenty thousand dollars ($20,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated from the tuition fees and revenues from other sources received by the state treasurer from the several normal schools to be repaid to the schools from which received for their further support and maintenance. No part of the appropriation for the maintenance of normal schools shall be available for insurance of normal school buildings.

SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS.

For the salaries of the school commissioners, one hundred thirteen thousand dollars ($113,000), payable one thousand dollars ($1,000) to each commissioner in the state.

COMMON SCHOOLS.

For the support of the common schools of the state, four million five hundred thousand dollars ($4,500,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary to be apportioned by the commissioner of

education as supervision, district and teachers' quotas on the basis provided by title two of the consolidated school law. Before making such apportionment the commissioner of education may set aside not to exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000) for contingent fund.

CITIES, ACADEMIES, ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AND LIBRARIES. For the cities, union school districts, academies maintaining academic departments, and public school libraries, four hundred eighty-five thousand dollars ($485,000) to be apportioned by the commissioner of education under regulations established by him in the manner directed by chapter six hundred eighty-three, laws of nineteen hundred six for the apportionment of an appropriation for the same purpose; but in the apportionment of moneys for non-resident pupils attending the academic department of public schools as provided in said chapter, in cities whose customary charge for non-resident pupils is greater than the sum provided in said chapter, the commissioner of education may in his discretion permit the sum so apportioned to be applied upon such customary charge for such non-resident pupils from towns adjacent to such cities provided the balance of such customary charge shall be assumed by the school district in which such nonresident pupil is resident and the payment thereof shall have been provided for at a school district meeting, held in such district.

The comptroller is hereby authorized to transfer to the general fund to meet the appropriations hereby made for educational purposes, so much of the revenues of the trust funds as may be necessary, not to exceed three hundred forty-nine thousand five hundred dollars ($349,500), as follows:

Common school fund, one hundred seventy-seven thousand dollars ($177,000);

Literature fund, twelve thousand dollars. ($12,000);

United States Deposit fund, one hundred sixty thousand five hundred dollars ($160,500).

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

For the salaries:

of the commissioner of agriculture, four thousand dollars ($4,000);

one assistant commissioner, three thousand dollars ($3,000); chief chemist, three thousand dollars ($3,000);

assistant chemist, two thousand dollars ($2,000); chemists, bacteriologists, physiologists and other scientific employees, four thousand dollars ($4,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary;

veterinarians, three thousand dollars ($3,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary;

confidential agent, two thousand dollars ($2,000);

of the employees according to grade:

eighth grade, one employee, one thousand eight hundred dollars ($1,800);

seventh grade, nine assistant commissioners, one thousand five hundred dollars each ($13,500);

six cheese instructors, one thousand five hundred dollars each ($9,000);

four butter instructors, one thousand five hundred dollars each ($6,000);

chief of the bureau of agricultural statistics, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500);

one employee, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500);

sixth grade, thirty-three special agents, one thousand two hundred dollars each ($39,600);

four inspectors, one thousand dollars each

($4,000);

one employee, one thousand two hundred dollars

($1,200);

two employees, one thousand dollars each

($2,000);

fifth grade, three inspectors, nine hundred dollars each

($2,700);

six inspectors, eight hundred dollars each ($4,800);

two employees, nine hundred dollars each

($1,800);

fourth grade, one employee of the bureau of agricultural statistics, seven hundred twenty dollars ($720);

third grade, one employee of the bureau of agricultural statistics, six hundred dollars ($600);

first grade, one employee, three hundred sixty dollars ($360).

For maintenance of farmers' institutes held under the 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, twenty thousand dollars ($20,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the actual and necessary traveling expenses of the assistant commissioners, and employees except the assistant commissioner located at Albany, in the performance of their official duties, and for the actual and necessary incidental expenses of the department, sixty thousand dollars ($60,000), or so much thereof as may be

necessary.

For the commissioner of agriculture one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500), or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of himself and of the assistant commissioner located at Albany in the discharge of their official duties.

NURSERY INSPECTION.

For commissioner of agriculture for the purpose of investigation and extermination of San Jose scale and other dangerously infectious or contagious insect pest or pests, thirty thousand dollars ($30,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the actual and necessary incidental expenses of article fourteen of the agricultural law, seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500), or so much thereof as may be necessary.

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION AT GENEVA.

To the commissioner of agriculture, for the New York state agricultural experiment station, for enforcing the provisions of law in relation to commercial fertilizers, pursuant to chapter four hundred thirty-seven, laws of eighteen hundred ninety, and chapter nine hundred fifty-five, laws of eighteen hundred ninetysix, and chapter six hundred eighty-seven, laws of eighteen hundred ninety-nine, and for the expense of bulletins as provided therein, and any acts amendatory thereof, ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid from license fees received by the state treasurer on fertilizers.

For the expense of enforcing the provisions of the law in relation to concentrated feeding stuffs, as shall be authorized by

the board of control, pursuant to chapter five hundred ten, laws of eighteen hundred ninety-nine and the acts amendatory thereof, to be paid from license fees received by the state treasurer on concentrated feeding stuffs, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500), or so much thereof as may be necessary.

To the board of control for the agricultural experiment station at Geneva:

for the salaries of the scientific staff and clerical force, twentyeight thousand dollars ($28,000);

for labor, including engineer, janitors, laboratory helpers, gar deners, herdsmen, teamsters, poultrymen, watchmen and other necessary labor, thirteen thousand dollars ($13,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary;

for necessary expenses in conducting researches in plant nutrition, diseases of plants, injurious insects, bacteriology, animal nutrition, dairy practice and poultry keeping, twenty thousand dollars ($20,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary;

for general expenses including heat, light, water, equipment of scientific apparatus, and farm implements and machinery and general repairs, four thousand dollars ($4,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary;

for horticultural instruction, and for the purpose of conducting horticultural investigations and experiments, and for disseminating the information so obtained, as provided for in and pursuant to section eighty-five of the agricultural law, eight, thousand dollars ($8,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary.

OFFICE OF STATE ARCHITECT.

For the salaries:

of the state architect, seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500);

private secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars ($1,800);

chief draughtsman, two thousand seven hundred fifty dollars ($2,750);

engineer-in-chief, two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500);

engineering inspector, two thousand two hundred fifty dollars ($2,250);

electrical engineer, two thousand two hundred dollars ($2,200);

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