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E. F. Bullard,
Northville, Fult. Co.
Jason B. Wells,
Onondaga, E. Smith (City Supt.),.... Syracuse.
(Co. 2. H. J. Wemett,
Hemlock Lake, Liv. Orange: 1. David A. Morrison,.
Springfield Centre. 2. B. C. Gardner, .
Flushing 2. I. G. Fosdick,
Springfield Store. Rensselaer: 1. A. H. Allen,
Hammond. 2. Clark Baker,
Hermon. 3. | Barney Whitney,
Lawrenceville. Saratoga: 1. Neil Gilmour,
Ballston Spa. 2. H. Wilcox, Jr.,
Prattsburgh. 2. Wm. M. Sherwood,
Woodhull. 3. Edwin Whiting,
Jasper. Suffolk: 1. C. D. Elmer,
Greenport. 2. Thos. S. Mount,
The amount of School Money for the School year 1866–7, is derived as
SCHOOL MONEYS. From the Common School Fund proper..........
$155, 000 00 From the United States Deposit Fund,...
165,000 00 From the State school tax,.
2,080,131 63 Total............
$2,400,134 65 The money is apportioned as follows: For salaries of School Commissioners,
$89,600 00 For libraries, .......
55,000 00 For district quotas,...
745, 011 55 For pupil and average attendance quotas, $1,490, 023 10 For and on account of supervision in cities,
1,508, 523 10 Contingent Fund,
2,000 00 Total,..........
$2,400, 131 00
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
John V. L. PRUYX, Chancellor of the University ; appointed Regent May
4, 1844; residence, Albany, GULIAN C. VERPLANCK, Vice Chancellor; appointed Regent January 26, 1826; residence, New York,
The Governor (REUBEN E. FENTON), ex officio.
OFFICERS OF STATE LIBRARY AND STATE CABINET.
Alfred B. Street, Librarian, Law Library.
STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD
For the Year 1868.
On the Incorporation of Colleges and Academies. The Chancellor,
Mr. Benedict, Mr. Verplanck,
Mr. Hale, The Lieutenant-Governor,
Mr. Johnson. The Secretary of State,
On the State Cabinet of Natural History. The Governor,
Mr. Johnson, Mr. Corning,
Mr. Burrows, Mr. Clinton,
Mr. Campbell. Mr. Brevoort,
On the State Library. The Chancellor,
Mr. Wetmore, The Lieutenant-Governor,
Mr. Curtis, The Secretary of State,
Mr. Perkins. Mr. Johnson,
On the Instruction of Common School Teachers. The Superintendent of Public Rev. Dr. Luckey, Instruction.
Mr. Rankin, Mr. Wetmore,
Rev. Dr. Parks. On the Distribution of the Literature Fund. Mr. Hawley,
Mr. Burrows, Mr. Benedict,
Mr. Rankin. Mr. Leavenworth,
On Appropriations for the Purchase of Books and Apparatus. Mr. Corning,
Rev. Dr. Goodwin, Mr. Wetmore,
On the Annual Report. Mr. Benedict,
Mr. Leavenworth, Mr. Perkins,
Mr. Clinton, Mr. Brevoort,
On the Visitation of Colleges and Academies.
Rev. Dr. Goodwin.