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Page 5, after line 8, insert the following:

"For payment to the widow and heirs at law of the late John G. Wasson of interest at six per centum per annum to April 1, 1885, on $10,000 upon a certificate issued under chapter 830 of the Laws of 1868, $600."

Same page, line 9, strike out the word "the," first occurring, and strike out the word "of," and insert the word 66 to."

Same page, after line 13, insert the following:

"Chapter 176 of the Laws of 1880, entitled 'An act concerning tramps, and all laws amendatory thereof, are hereby repealed." Saine page, strike out from line 28 to 34, both inclusive, as follows:

"For the expenses incurred by Messrs. Fairfield and Elmendorf, in entertaining a committee of the Massachusetts Legislature in May, 1882, by order of the railroad committee of the Assembly of that year, $500, or so much thereof as may be necessary."

Page 6, strike out all after the word "dollars," in line 10, down to and including the word "State," in line 18 as follows:

"For the purchase of a comparator for constructing and comparing standards of length in conformity with the standard yard of this State, $1,500, or so much thereof as shall be necessary; provided that said comparator shall be used for construeting a suitable standard measure, sixty-six feet in length, in conformity with the standard yard, for the use of each county in the State.”

Same page, strike out from and including line 35 down to and including line 2, on page 7, and insert the following:

"For the purchase of usual law books, including session laws, to replace those destroyed by fire, for the town of St. Armand, Essex county, $50; for the town of Wayland, Steuben county, $50; for the town of Olean, Cattaraugus county, $50; for the town of Mina, Chautauqua county, $50, and for the town of Concord, Erie county, $50, to be expended by the Secretary of State."

Page 7, after line 9, insert the following:

"For the clerk of the Board of Claims for deficiency in appropriations for salary from the 25th day of March, 1884, to the close of the current fiscal year, $521, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Same page, line 12, after the word "September," insert the word "thirtieth."

Same page, line 15, strike out the words "twenty-eight," and insert the words "five thousand three;" and strike out from and including the word "and," in line 15, down to and including line 18, as follows:

"And for salary of a messenger in the office of the Bureau of Labor Statistics during the current fiscal year from May to September, inclusive, $250."

Same page, after line 18, insert the following:

"For deficiency in appropriations for expenses of legislative committees and fees of counsel engaged therein and other contingent expenses of the Legislatures of 1881, 1882, and 1883, the sum of $12,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid in the

case of legislative committees, on the certificate of the chairmen of the respective committees and of the presiding officers of the respective houses, and in other cases on the certificate of the clerks and presiding officers of the respective houses, and in all cases, upon the audit of the Comptroller.

"For deficiency in appropriations for expenses of legislative committees and fees of counsel engaged therein and other contingent expenses of the Legislature of 1884, the sum of $32,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid in the case of legislative committees, on the certificate of the chairmen of the respective committees and of the presiding officers of the respective houses, and in other cases, on the certificate of the clerks and presiding officers of the respective houses, and in all cases upon the audit of the Comptroller.

"For composing and printing testimony taken by and before legislative investigating committees for the year 1884, for the use of such committees, upon bills therefor, which shall be certified by the chairmen of such committees and presiding officers of the respective houses, and to be audited by the Comptroller, the sum of $15,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary."

"For printing, gathering, collating and binding 7,083 copies of volume 2 of the first annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners, pursuant to concurrent resolution of the Legislature passed January 24, 1884, $11,786.11- and for lithographing 7,083 copies of the railroad map of the State of New York for volume one, folding and placing the same in said volume, $440, the sums herein appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid on the certificate of the chairman of the Railroad Commission, that the work has been satisfactorily done, and on the audit of the Comptroller, and to be refunded to the treasury of the State by the several corporations owning and operating railroads in this State, in such proportion as is prescribed in section 13 of chapter 353 of the Laws of 1882."

Page 8, after line 18, insert the following:

"For deficiency in appropriations for justices of the Supreme Court in the second judicial district, not residing in the county of Kings, for additional compensation for services, pursuant to chapter 765 of the Laws of 1868, the sum of $1,875, to be paid only from moneys which shall have been or shall be paid into the treasury for taxes levied for the purposes of said act and in pursuance thereof.

"For deficiency in appropriations for the stenographers of the second judicial district, not residing in the county of Kings, for salaries from January 1, 1884, to October 1 of the same year, pursuant to chapter 765 of the Laws of 1868, the sum of $750, to be paid only from moneys which shall have been or shall be paid into the treasury for taxes levied for the purposes of said act and in pursuance thereof."

Page 8, strike out from and including line 9, down to and including line 13, as follows:

"For the Comptroller, for payment of the charges of the Erie

and New England Express Company, for express charges in 1883, as ordered by the Clerks of the Senate and Assembly, $468.86, or so much thereof as may be necessary."

Same page, line 15, strike out the words "as per direction of the State Board of Health."

Same page, after line 19, insert the following:

"For the State Lunatic Asylum at Utica, for the completion, renewal and repairs of old part of wards 10 and 11 of the women's department, the sum of $4,182.64; for completing the new part of the same wards, the sum of $8,195.51."

Same page, line 21, strike out the word "three," and insert the word "six.'

Same page, at the end of line 26, add the following:

"And for fencing in front of the asylum at Forest avenue, $6,500,"

Page 9, line 29, after the word "asylum," insert the words "and the Comptroller."

Page 10, line 3, after the word "dollars," strike out all down to and including the word "dollars," in line 7.

Same page, line 11, insert the following:

"And for the erection of cottages for sixty inmates, and for barn, shed and farm stock, and tools, $8,800."

Same page, after line 33, insert the following:

"For Mrs. Catharine D. Pierson, widow of William W. Pierson, late journal clerk of the Senate, the sum of $800, being that portion of his annual salary as such journal clerk which has not been paid to him."

Page 11, after line 3, insert item transferred from page 3, lines 25 to 33, as follows:

"To the trustees of the State Library, to enable them to purchase the original correspondence and other papers of Daniel D. Tompkins, Governor of the State of New York (from 1807 to 1817) and Vice-President of the United States (from 1817 to 1825), and to include all the correspondence known as the Tompkins papers, the sum of $5,000."

Same page, after last preceding item, insert the following:

"For the trustees of the State Library, for repairs, cleaning, transportation of books and other necessary expenses of the State Library, incurred in the removal of the library to the new Capitol, $339.30.'

"For the State Museum of Natural History, for the printing of labels, binding of books and for stationery, $400, to be paid on the certificate of the Director and the audit of the Comptroller."

"The balance remaining unexpended of the sum of $5,000, appropriated by chapter 272 of the Laws of 1879, and re-appropriated by chapter 362 of the Laws of 1882, for the purchase of books at the sale of the Brinley Library, and for the purchase of such volumes of the British parliamentary papers as the trustees of the State Library may deem important, being the sum of $2,065.22, is hereby re-appropriated for the same purpose, and for the purchase of volumes of statute laws and State papers.'

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Same page, after line 32, insert item as transferred from page 3, lines 19 to 24, both inclusive, as follows:

"For the commissioners of fisheries, to be expended as they may deem proper, upon vouchers to be approved by the Comptroller, for the purpose of replenishing the lakes and rivers of this State with fish, $7,000, for the conduct of their operations to the close of the present fiscal year.'

Page 12, transfer item on lines 8 to 17, both inclusive, so as to follow line 14 on page 18.

Same page, transfer item on lines 18 to 28, both inclusive, so as to follow line 30 on page 17.

Same page, after line 28, insert the following:

"For William H. Bowman, as attorney for the defendant, William Wallace, in the action hereinafter named, the sum of $80.53, being the amount in full payment of a judgment for costs against the people of this State in an action commenced in the name of the people by the district attorney of Monroe county against the said defendant, for violation of the game laws of this State, which judgment was entered and docketed in the clerk's office of Monroe county on the 19th day of February, 1884; the Comptroller shall pay the abovenamed sum to the said attorney upon his filing with the Comptroller a satisfaction of said judgment, certified by the Attorney-General to be in due form."

"For George M. Schwartz, a game and fish protector of this State, for legal expenses incurred by him in defending an action brought against him by Augustus Heck for certain acts done by him as such game and fish protector, in the suppression of unlawful fishing in Sodus bay in this State in September, 1882, which action was tried in the Circuit Court of this State sitting at Lyons in Wayne county December, 1883, resulting in a verdict for the defendant, and on which an execution was issued for the amount herein appropriated against the plaintiff, and a return of no property found made thereon by the sheriff of said county on the 2d day of January, 1884, the sum of $85.25."

"For P. J. Joachimsen, as attorney for H. W. O. Edye and William Volckens, in the action hereinafter named, the sum of $725.45, being the amount in full payment of the principal of a judgment for costs against the people of this State in favor of said Edye and Volckens, in an action commenced in the name of the people, in the Common Pleas Court in the city of New York, against the said Edye and Volckens, which judgment was docketed in the clerk's office of New York county, on the 22d day of June, 1882; and the further sum of $85.87, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for interest on said judgment. The Comptroller shall pay the above sums to the above-named attorney, out of any moneys heretofore appropriated for the commissioners of emigration not otherwise expended, upon the filing by said attorney with the Comptroller of a satisfaction of said judgment, certified by the Attorney-General to be in due form" "For the payment of a judgment against the State in favor of Henry B. Kretzler, docketed in the clerk's office of Albany county

January 24, 1884, $548; and for like judgment in favor of Thomas O'Conner, docketed in said office on the 16th day of April, 1884 $548."

"For the payment of an award, made on the 11th day of April, 1883, by the State Board of Audit, in favor of Thomas W. Griffin, forservices as superintendent of canal 1epairs on section one of the Champlain canal, the sum of $66.30."

Page 13, transfer the item on lines 17 to 21, both inclusive, so as to follow line 29 on page 4.

Same page, transfer item on lines 22 to 35, both inclusive, so as to follow the item for the Adjutant-General, on page 18.

Page 14, line 8, after the word "managers," insert the words “and Superintendent of Public Instruction."

Same page, after line 11, insert the following:

"For the State Normal School at Fredonia, for plumbing, necessary connections, stand pipes and hose, $3,000; for carpenter work and plumbing, $800; for sewer and right of way, $1,000, and for rebuilding the Chapel chimney, $250.'

"The executive committee of the trustees of the State Normal School at Albany, in anticipation of any appropriation for the purposes hereinafter named, is hereby authorized out of the amount appropriated by chapter 486 of the Laws of 1883 for building purposes for the school building, to use so much thereof as may be needed for the purchase and placing of steam heating and ventilating apparatus for such building, and for fuel and care of the same, not exceeding the sum of $20,000; and such committee is hereby empowered to acquire the right of drainage for said normal school building, in the same manner as provided by chapter 800 of the Laws of 1866, for the acquisition of sites or addition thereto for district school-houses." And insert also item transferred from page 16, on lines 7 to 18 both inclusive.

"For State Normal and Training School at Potsdam for making and laying new floors in basement and halls; repairing stairs and procuring material and building new stairs in back of normal hall; oiling, painting and repairing wood work, walls and ceilings; building piazzas and procuring material for same; building and procuring cases for cabinet; procuring and hanging shutters; relaying sewer-pipes, drain-tile and repairing drains; procuring and laying new floor in laboratory, and for repairing roofs, gutters and grounds the sum of $6,000, to be expended by the local board of managers of said Normal school."

Page 15, strike out from lines 1 to 21, inclusive, as follows:

"For Messrs. Hitchcock, Darling & Co., for the board, rooms, parlors and other expenses of the committee on privileges and elections of the Assembly of 1883, the sum of $2,482.50, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid upon vouchers approved by the Comptroller."

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For the Comptroller, for payment of the services and expenses of the stenographer to the Senate committee on cities, in the matter of the investigation of the department of public works in New York

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