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of the state, one thousand dollars, to paid as are other appropriations for books.

“For the state medical library for books, serials, binding and other necessary expenses of maintenance pursuant to chapter three hundred and seventy-seren of-the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-one, one thousand dollars.

“For additions to the Indian museum in accordance with chapter five hundred and eighty-six, laws of eighteen hundredi and ninety-six, provided that the curator shall serve without salary, one thousand dollars.

“To the state library for serials, binding and repairs of books, five thousand dollars.

“For Otis Brothers & Company for electric elevator from fourth to sixth floor of the southwest pavilion of the capitol; three thousand, two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and ten cents, to be paid on the approval of the commissioner of the new capitol."

Same page strike out lines 25 and 26; also lines 1 and 2 on page 31.

Page 31, line 9, strike out the word “twenty” and insert “twenty fire,” and after the word “dollars," insert the words

or so much thereof as may be necessary, and after the word “ dollars ” in line 12, 16 and 26 respectively, insert the words “ or so much thereof as may be necessary.”

Same page, strike out lines 17 to 22 inclusive, and insert in lieu thereof the following:

· REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

“For deficiency in the appropriation for the maintenance of the museum in geological hall, six hundred and fifty dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

“For deficiency in the appropriation for the work of the state geologist for the completion of the geologic map of the state of New York, one thousand two hundred dollars or su much thereof as may be necessary.

“For the deficiency in the general examination appropriations caused by increase in number of schools and students, twenty thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary, pay. able on audit of the comptroller.

“For the purpose of the Lloyd collection of legislative photographs and books to be placed in the capitol, the sum of three thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

“For the state paleontologist for field work in the hydraulic and other limestones of central and western New York and in Lake Champlain valley, the sum of seren hundred and twenty dollars, payable to the regents of the university on the audit of the comptroller.”

Page 32, line 21, after the word "for " insert the words "in completion of the.”

Same page, line 25, change the word "two" to "one" and after the word “ thousand" insert “ five hundred."

Page 33, after line 3, insert the following: “For the state superintendent of public instruction for the purpose of fitting up the room designated as the northeast tower room, number twenty-one on the fifth floor in the capitol building and the approach thereto for the use of the department of public instruction, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary, said work to be done under the direction of the trustees of public buildings.

“To the superintendent of public instruction for deficiency in appropriation for commissioners of common schools, five hundred dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Page 35, line 10, strike out the word "twenty-four" and insert in lieu thereof "twenty-two."

Same page, line 12, strike out the words “personal and incidental ” and insert in lieu thereof the following: "necessary expenses while engaged in the discharge of their official duties, office," and after the word “hire" insert the word “stenographers."

Same page, line 18, after the word “dollars” insert the words or so much thereof as may be necessary.”

Same page, line 24, strike out the words "the superintendent of state prisons, for.” Line 25, change the word "for "to “of” and after the word “clerks" insert the words while engaged in the discharge of their official duties." After the word “dollars” in line 26, insert the words “ or so much thereof as may be necessary." Also

“For the State Reformatory for Women at Bedford, the sum of five thousand five hundred fifty-six dollars and twenty cents being the unexpended balance of the appropriation of twentyfive thousand five hundred dollars appropriated by chapter seven hundred and ninety-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-seven; for the drainage and sewerage system, and steam main and conduits and the water system of the State Reform. atory for Women at Bedford, is hereby reappropriated for the purposes specified in said chapter seven hundred ninety-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-seven."

Page 36, line 1, after the word “convicts" insert." the following sums or so much thereof as may be necessary."

Same page, line 20, strike out the word “ten” and insert “twenty."

Page 37, after line 3, insert "For repairing armory at Oswego, seven thousand three hundred eight dollars and eighty-five cents."

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Same page after the words “ dollars ” in line 13 and “ cents in line 21 respectively, insert the words " or so much thereof as may be necessary."

Same page, line 25, change the word “eight” to “nine” and six" to " two."

" For such labor and materials necessary to complete the armory at Hudson as are chargeable to the state under the provisions of the military code or the act providing for the erection of said armory, the sum of five thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary. No part of such appropriation shall be available except for plans and specifications or advertising unless a contract therefor according to plans and specifications shall have been first made for the completion thereof within the appropriations therefor, and the performance thereof secured by a satisfactory bond approved by the comptroller."

Page 38, strike out lines 12 to 23 inclusive and insert in lieu thereof the following:

“For the board of commissioners of quarantine the following items or so much thereof as may be necessary:

“At Hoffman's Island, eight thousand five hundred dollars, for slate roofs on the two dormitory buildings, and composition roof on one building; for gutters and piping and repairing cisterns, thirteen hundred dollars; for repairs to piers, walls and foundations, three thousand dollars; for closets and necessary plumbing for the establishment thereof twelve hundred dollars; for furnishing additional dining-room facilities, two thousand dollars; for laundry and disinfecting apparatus, three thousand dollars; for blankets, fifteen hundred dollars.

“At Swinburn's Island for range, refrigerators and new tank, one thousand dollars; for additional rip-rap and repairing pier, two thousand dollars; and for general care and maintenance in addition to foregoing items the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. All the foregoing repairs to be done on contracts approved by the capitol commissioner."

Page 39, after line 6, insert the following: “For the health officer of the port of New York for repairs and maintenance of buildings and docks at Fire Island, in repairing the same for the reception of troops of the national government, six thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

“For repairs and improvements to health officer's dwelling, Staten Island, two thousand dollars; for repairs to health officer's stables, three hundred dollars; for repairs to walks, fences and house, three hundred dollars."

Same page, strike out lines 11 to 19 inclusive and insert in lieu thereof the following: “For the New York State Agricultural Society for the interest of the state and the promotion of agricultural interests therein, for constructing a main building on the grounds of the society, and for necessary repairs occasioned by hurricane of August 1898; for obligations incurred and for other expenditures and improvements as may be found necessary by the society for the promotion of agriculture in this state, to be expended under the direction of the commissioner of agriculture the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars; the said main building to be located on the real estate now owned, or which may be purchased by said society in the county of Onondaga, and no part of said appropriation shall become available or be paid over to said society or on behalf thereof until said society shall have transferred to the state of New York' all the right, title and interest of said society to all the lands of said society, reserving the use and occupation thereof to said society as long as it shall annually hold or maintain a state fair. Said transfer to be made subject to any bonded indebtedness of said. society which may be a lien upon the land so transferred. That such conveyance of lands shall not be considered complete until the deed therefor shall have been approved by the attorney-general and delivered to the comptroller of the state of New York, with the certificates of the clerk of Onondaga county that it has been recorded in the office of said clerk.

"For Irving F. Cragan in payment of a balance remaining unpaid for his services in reporting the investigation of the charges against the managers of the New York State Reformatory at Elmira, in pursuance of chapter three hundred and fiftyeight of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-four, seven hundred and seventy-six dollars and seventy-five cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary payable upon the audit of the comptroller.

“For the North American Company of Newark, New Jersey, the sum of four thousand three hundred dollars and eighty cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for taxes erroneously paid into the treasury by said company, January sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven. If accepted, to be in full for all costs and claims against the state or comptroller."

Page 40, after line 27 insert: “For the Grand Army of the Republic for fitting and furnishing the tower room for their use, three thousand dollars.

“For the Niagara River Hydraulic Company for taxes erroneously paid by said company into the treasury May thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven under the Corporation Tax Law, the amount of which taxes with interest on same, includ[SENATE JOURNAL.]

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ing costs and disbursements, was directed to be refunded by order of the court, the sum of three thousand nine hundred and nine dollars and twenty cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

“To A. F. Bennett for supplies furnished by him while acting in the capacity of superintendent of the Thomas Orphan Asylum, one hundred fifty-three dollars and ninety cents or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid on vouchers duly audited by the comptroller.

“ To Charles Z. Lincoln in lieu of and in full for all expenses as commissioner of statuatory revision for the year beginning May first, eighteen hundred ninety-nine, the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars, payable in equal monthly installments.

“For Newcomb Carlton for services performed at the request of the governor as electrical and mechanical engineer, five hundred and ninety-seven dollars and seventeen cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

“For the Thomas Orphan Asylum for architect's fees and expenses in connection with the construction of the new dining, room building, one thousand dollars.

“For the personal representatives of Joseph Mullin and Daniel G. Griffin for services and disbursements as counsel of the state in the action of the People against Armour and others, the sum of three thousand four hundred and ninety-five dollars.

“For Purcell, Walker & Burns for services and disbursements as counsel of the state in the action of the People against Ar. mour et al, the sum of two hundred and forty dollars and fortyfive cents.

“For Mullin, Purcell Walker for services and disbursements as counsel for the state in the action of the People against Armour and others, the sum of two hundred eighty-six dollars and three cents or so much thereof as may be necessary.

“For John E. Weeks and S. M. Payne for professional opinions and report upon the lighting of the senate chamber and necessary changes to be made therein, the sum of five hundred dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid on the audit of the comptroller.

“ To W. Barlow Dunlap for amount awarded to him according to law for tuberculosis cattle killed by the state board of health, six hundred and seventy-five dollars.

“To Boyd McDowell as executor of the estate of S. C. Gray, deceased, awarded to him pursuant to law, for tuberculosis cattle killed by the state board of health, two thousand four hundred and fifteen dollars.

For Joseph Ackroyd for balance due on labor and materials furnished by the direction of Isaac G. Perry, capitol commis

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