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in full of traveling expenses and disbursements incurred by
him. State dam, For the superintendent of public works, for the repair of the state
dam in the village of Carthage, county of Jefferson, the sum of two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For superintendent of public works, the sum of eight hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for repairing and graveling the public highway across the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in Erie county, leading from Lawton station to the Thomas asylum.
Highway, Cattarau. gus Reservation.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Repairs, altera tions, etc.
Geological For new pumps in engine room, for new piping and repairs to
main drain, for new roof, for rebuilding chimneys and repairs to heating apparatus at the geological hall, the sum of eight thousand dollars.
For the superintendent of public buildings, for repairs and alterations, and for building partitions, cases, shelves, pigeon holes and desks and for supplies and for panelling, cutting doorways, laying floors, the sum of seven thousand three hundred and eighty-eight dollars.
STATUTORY REVISION. For the commissioners of statutory revision, for the prosecution of their work during the year eighteen hundred and ninety-seven and to the close of the annual session of the legislature of eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, twenty-two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay for their services, personal and incidental expenses, clerk hire and printing, as shall be certified to be just and reasonable by the governor, the payment of each commissioner for services not to exceed at the rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per month.
Prosecution of work.
Paleontology of state.
STATE GEOLOGIST. For Charles Van Benthuysen and Sons, for completing the printing of balance of two thousand copies of text and plates of volume eight, part two, paleontology of the state of New York, as follows: For paper and printing two thousand impressions each of forty-six plates, and for paper and printing ninety-six pages of text and explanations, the sum of three thousand seven hundred and twentynine dollars and three cents, to be paid upon the certificate of the state geologist and the audit of the comptroller; the printed sheets and plates with explanations when completed, to be delivered to the state library, to be put with the sheets of text and plates already delivered.
BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS. For the state board of tax commissioners, for deficiency in ap- Clerk hire, propriation for services, clerk hire, traveling and other expenses expenses. of the tax commissioners incurred pursuant to chapter nine hundred and eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
COMMISSIONER OF EXCISE. For the state commissioner of excise, for payment of compen- Office sation of four additional bookkeepers and clerks, legal expenses etc. incurred in cases prosecuted for payment of additional liquor tax, increase of salary special deputy commissioner of excise of Erie county, increase of expenses of commissioner and deputy-commissioner, printing additional liquor tax certificates under subdivisions Printing. three, five and six, and for other necessary additional printing, expenses of procuring records of enumeration from the United EnumeraStates census bureau and records of incorporation from county penses. clerk's offices of the state of New York, expenses of enumeration of villages not incorporated and villages not separately enumerated, assorting, indexing and putting up old excise records, sixteen thousand one hundred dollars.
For state commissioner of excise, for payment of refunds upon Payment surrender of liquor tax certificates, to be paid by the state treasurer from excise moneys in his hands, eighty-five thousand dollars.
FACTORY INSPECTOR. For the factory inspector, to pay the salaries of seven deputies Salaries and expenses, as authorized by chapters nine hundred and ninety- penses of
U deputies. one and six hundred and seventy-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, the sum of twelve thousand six hundred dol. lars.
SUPERINTENDENT OF THE STATE LAND SURVEY.
** Expenses diate necessity (in accordance with the requisitions made under of wo authority of law by the state comptroller, and other state officers)
and for the location of the boundaries of counties, townships and allotments adjacent thereto, in accordance with the provisions of chapter five hundred and eighty-nine of the laws of eighteen hun. dred and ninety-five, ten thousand dollars.
STATE HISTORIAN. For the state historian, for copyist, indexer, typewriter and for extra clerical service, and for printing, stationery, maps and supplies, the sum of one thousand seven hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For the state historian, for deficiency in salary, from May to October, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight dollars and sixty cents.
LIBRARIES. For the library of the supreme court in the second judicial district in Brooklyn, for the purchase of books to be paid on bills therefor audited by a majority of the trustees having charge of said library, the sum of three thousand dollars.
Supreme court library, Brooklyn,
State library and regents office.
Public library money.
For the care and cleaning of the rooms of the state library, re gents office, examinations, extension, public libraries and duplicate departments and other rooms occupied by the university of the state, in the basement and on the first, third, fourth and fifth floors of the capitol, and for janitors, watchmen, porters, running two elevators, labor of cleaning and handling books, for necessary repairs, fittings and supplies connected with the janitorial depart. ment, to be paid on vouchers duly authenticated by the regents of the university, as for their other expenses, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars.
For deficiency caused by increase in the number of public libraries in conforming to the law, entitling them to share in the apportionment of public library money by the regents of the university for the benefit of free libraries and for books to be lent in accordance with sections fourteen, forty-seven and fifty of chapter three hundred and seventy-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-two, fifteen thousand eight hundred and ninety-four and sixty-four onehundredths dollars.
For books, serials, binding and other necessary expenses of main. taining the state medical library pursuant to chapter three hundred and seventy-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-one, the sum of one thousand dollars.
State medical library.
For deficiencies in the general examination appropriation caused Regents by increase in number of schools and students, the sum of ten thou. tions sand dollars payable to the regents of the university on the audit of the comptroller.
For the court of appeals library, situated at Syracuse, Onondaga Court of county, for the purchase of books and other supplies for said by library, the sum of three thousand dollars, to be paid on bills there. for audited by a majority of the trustees having charge of said library.
fon soia library,
For the supreme court law library of the eighth judicial district Supreme in the city of Buffalo, for the purchase of law books, reports, library, et cetera, the sum of three thousand dollars, to be paid on bills therefor audited by a majority of the trustees having charge of said library.
For the court of appeals library, situated in the city of Rochester, Courtis Monroe county, for the purchase of books and supplies for said kornester. library, the sum of three thousand dollars, out of which said sum there shall be paid not to exceed the sum of fifteen hundred dollars for a working library for the appellate division of the supreme court, fourth judicial department.
STATE PRISONS. For providing current literature for the several state prisons the Literature. sum of two thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the superintendent of state prisons.
For securing additional instruction in the several state prisons, Instructwo thousand four hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the superintendent of state prisons.
For the superintendent of state prisons, for traveling expenses Superinfor the superintendent and his clerks, the sum of five hundied state dollars,
For the superintendent of state prisons, for additional clerk hire Clerk hire. in his office, the sum of one thousand dollars, payable from the capital funds of the state prisons. MATTEAWAN STATE HOSPITAL FOR INSANE
CRIMINALS. For the Matteawan State Hospital, to be expended under the Improve direction of the superintendent of state prisons, for: Painting in hospital.
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terior walls and interior and exterior woodwork, three thousand five hundred dollars; mortuary, one thousand dollars; books and cases and surgical instruments, eight hundred dollars; raising laundry and tailor shop, three thousand dollars; electric wiring, two thousand five hundred dollars; spray baths, one thousand dollars; additional room for employes, one thousand four hundred dollars; replacing old furniture and wooden bedsteads, eight hundred dollars; furniture for additional patients, twelve hundred dollars; roadways, five hundred dollars; for deficiency in maintenance, thirty-two thousand dollars.
STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. For the state industrial school at Rochester, the sum of thirteen hundred twenty dollars and sixty-five cents, the balance remaining unexpended in the treasury of eight thousand dollars appropriated by chapter nine hundred thirty-two of the laws of eighteen hundred ninety-five, is hereby reappropriated for completing the work of changing the old chapel into officers' quarters and for furnishing rooms; for deficiency for the fiscal year ending September thirty, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, created by chapter five hundred and thirty, laws of eighteen hundred ninety-six, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, being the difference between the cost of hard and soft coal for the year; for renewing and repairing roofs, two thousand dollars; for renewing and repairing floors and ceilings, three thousand dollars; for military equipment already purchased and to be purchased, three thousand dollars; for addi. tional tools for trade schools, instruments for band, and additional desks for school rooms and books for the library, two thousand dollars; for cement walks connecting main building with shop buildings and with drill hall and with hospital and with guardhouse and closets and primary department, two thousand dollars.
ments and repairs.
SYRACUSE STATE INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE-MINDED
CHILDREN. For the Syracuse state institution for feeble-minded children, to be expended under the direction of the local board of managers, for excavation for and the construction of an underground tunnel or conduit for the steam and other pipes, between the boiler house, girls' building and hospital, and for covering to the steam pipes, three thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars; for com. pleting the stone wall fence at the front of the institution grounds on Delaware street and Grand avenue, two thousand dollars;