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exceeding two dollars and fifty cents for a bound volume of not less than seven hundred pages. He may also cause advance sheets to be published at not to exceed fifty cents a volume. He must cause a copy of each volume of the reports as soon as printed, to be delivered to each judge of the court of appeals, and each justice of the supreme court during his term of office. [AM'D BY CHAP. 946 OF 1895. In effect Jan. 1, 1896.]
256. Stenographers in other counties of second judicial district.
257. Their salaries; how paid.
259. Their salaries; how paid.
260. Their expenses; how paid.
261. Additional stenographer when two courts held at the same time.
§ 251. Stenographers' notes; how paid. If the justice presiding requires a copy of any proceedings, written out at length from stenographic notes, he may make an order, directing one-half of the stenographer's fees therefor, to be paid by each of the parties to the action or special proceeding, at the rate of ten cents for each folio so written out, and may enforce payment thereof. Any such copy shall be accessible to, and may be examined by, any of the counsel in the cause. If there are two or more parties on the same side, the order may direct either of them to pay the sum payable by their side, for the stenographer's fees, or it may apportion the payment thereof among them, as the justice deems just. [AM'D BY CH. 946 OF 1895. In effect Jan. 1, 1896.]
§ 252. Stenographers for extra terms in New York city. Repealed by chapter 946 of 1895. [To take effect January 1, 1896.]
§ 253. Stenographers for oyer and terminer in New York city. Repealed by chapter 946 of 1895. [To take effect January 1, 1896.]
§ 254. Stenographers in Kings county. The justices of the supreme court, residing in the county of Kings, or a majority of them, may appoint, and may at pleasure remove, seven stenographers who shall severally attend, as directed by the respective justices appointing them, the terms of the appellate division and trial and special terms of the supreme court, in the county of Kings and shall each receive an annual salary of twenty-five hundred dollars, and the expense thereof shall be raised with the annual tax levy as a county charge. [AM'D BY CH. 946 OF 1895. In effect Jan. 1, 1896.]
§ 255. His assistant. The stenographer, appointed as prescribed in the last section, may, with the consent of the judge holding or presiding at a special term of the supreme court, or term of the circuit court, or court of oyer and terminer, employ an assistant stenographer, to aid him in the discharge of his duties at that term, whose compensation must be paid by the stenographer, and shall not become a county charge.
§ 256. Stenographers in other counties of second judicial district. Each justice of the supreme court for the second judicial district who does. not reside in the county of Kings, must appoint, and may at pleasure remove a stenographer, who must attend, as directed by the justice appointing him, the terms of the appellate division and the trial and special terms of the supreme court, held in the counties of Suffolk, Queens, Richmond, Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, or Orange, and, when not thus officially engaged, the stated terms of the county court, in each of these counties. [AM'D BY CH. 946 OF 1895. In effect Jan. 1, 1896.]
§ 257. Their salaries; how paid. Each stenographer, appointed as prescribed in the last section, is entitled to a salary fixed by law. make up and pay the salaries, the board of supervisors of each of the said counties must annually levy, and cause to be collected, as a county charge, a proportionate part of the sum necessary to pay the same, to be fixed by the comptrolier of the state, in accordance with the amount of the taxable real and personal property in each county, as shown by the last annual assessment-roll therein. The treasurer of each county must pay over the sum so raised, to the comptroller of the state, who must thereupon pay the salary of each stenographer, in equal quarterly payments, under the direction of the justice making the appointment.
§ 258. Stenographers for certain judicial districts. In addition to the stenographers appointed under special laws the justices of the supreme court or a majority of them, for each judicial district excepting the first, second, fifth, seventh and eighth, shall appoint, and may at pleasure remove, three stenographers. The justices of the supreme court, or a majority of them, for the fifth and seventh judicial districts, shall appoint, and may at pleasure remove, four stenographers of the supreme court for each of such districts. The justices of the supreme court for the eighth judicial district shall appoint, and may at pleasure remove, seven stenographers of the supreme court in such district. Each of the stenographers shall attend such special and trial terms of the supreme court in his judicial district as he shall be assigned to attend by the justices of the supreme court, or a majority of them, for such district. Each of such stenographers shall receive an annual salary of twenty-five hundred dollars, to be paid by the comptroller of the state in equal quarterly payments, upon the certificate of a justice of the supreme court of the judicial district for which he shall have been appointed. [AM'D BY CH. 946 OF 1895. In effect Jan. 1, 1896.]
§ 259. Payment of stenographers. To provide the means to pay such salary the comptroller of the state shall, on or before the first day of November in each year, fix and transmit to the clerk of the board of supervisors in each of the counties in said district a statement of the sum to be raised by such board of supervisors, in accordance with the amount of taxable real and personal property in each of said counties as shown by the last annual assessment-roll therein. The boards of supervisors in each of such counties shall annually levy and cause to be collected in such county and to be paid over to the county treasurer thereof, the sum so fixed by the comptroller to be raised by such board of supervisors, and such county treasurer shall pay such sum to the comptroller of the state for the payment of said salaries. Until the first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninetyone, the clerks of the counties comprising the seventh judicial district in which a term of court specified in section one of this act is held must furnish the stenog
rapher attending the same with a certificate of the number of days the term has been in session. Upon the certificate so furnished, the supreme court or special term thereof, held within said judicial district, may, not oftener than once in six months, by order, apportion to each county in said district such a portion of the stenographer's salary as the number of days during which one or more terms were in session in that county bears to the whole number of days during which the terms were in session in that district since the last apportionment was made. Upon the presentation of a certified copy of such an order each county treasurer must pay to the stenographer from the court fund, or fund from which jurors are paid, the sum so apportioned to his county. [AM'D BY Cís. 159 OF 1885 AND 499 OF 1889 AND 426 of 1890. In effect July 1, 1890.]
$260. Their expenses; how paid. Each of those stenographers is also entitled to payment of his actual and necessary expenses, while attending court, including stationery, and ten cents for each mile for his actual travel, between the place of holding each term and his residence, going and returning, or from term to term, as the case may be. The amount thereof must be certified by the judge holding or presiding at the term and must be paid, upon his certificate, by the treasurer of the county where the term is held from the court fund, or the fund from which jurors are paid. mileage shall not be computed beyond the bounds of the judicial district, except where the usual line of travel, from one point to another within that district, passes partly through another judicial district.
$261. Additional stenographers, etc. Repealed by Ch. 426 of 1890. [To take effect Jan. 1, 1891.]
§ 262. Temporary stenographer. If an official stenographer shall not be in attendance at a term of the circuit court, special term of the supreme court, or court of oyer and terminer, where issues of fact are triable, the justice presiding at the term may, in his discretion, employ a stenographer, who shall be paid such compensation as the justice shall by his certificate fix, not to exceed ten dollars for each day's attendance, and ten cents for each mile for travel to and from his residence to the place where the term is held, together with a reasonable sum for his necessary expenses and stationery. The sum so fixed shall be a charge upon the county in which the term shall be held, and shall be paid by the county treasurer upon such certificate, from the court fund or the fund from which jurors are paid. If the official stenographer of the judicial district in which such term shall be held shall have been duly assigned to attend such term, and it does not appear to the satisfaction of the justice that the failure to attend was excusable, the justice may cause an order of the court to be entered at such term, that the portion of the sum so paid by the county treasurer, which was allowed for the per diem compensation for the services of the stenographer employed at such term, shall be deducted from the salary of the official stenographer who shall have been so assigned to attend such term, and the clerk of such county shall transmit to the comptroller a certified copy of such order, and the comptroller shall deduct such amount from the salary of such official stenographer and pay the same to the treasurer of said county. [AM'D BY CH. 580 OF 1895. In effect Sept. 1, 1895; see post, p. 734.]
The [city] court of the city of New York.
SECTION 315. Jurisdiction.
316. The last section limited.
317. Jurisdiction in marine causes.
318. No power to naturalize aliens.
319. Removal of action to supreme court from city court.
320. Justices; their general duties.
321. How suspended from office,
322. Chief-justice; how designated; his general duties, etc.
323. Justices may make rules.
324. Court when open; justices to designate terms; routine of business at the
325. Terms, where held; publication of appointments.
326. Justices may take oaths, acknowledgments, etc.
327. Orders, etc., how made.
328. Clerk, deputy-clerk and assistants.
329. General duties of deputy-clerk.
330. Special deputy-clerks.
331. Clerk to account monthly for fees, and pay over the same.
334. Id.; penalty for misconduct.
335. Court may appoint attendants, etc.
336. Interpreter and attendants not to receive fees.
337. Suspension of an officer of the court.
338. What mandates may be executed without the city.
339. Direction and execution of mandates.
§ 314. [Stricken out by Ch. 416 of 1877.]
$315. Jurisdiction. The jurisdiction of the city court of the city of New York extends to the following cases:
1. An action against a natural person, or against a foreign or domestic corporation, wherein the complaint demands judgment for a sum of money only, or to recover one or more chattels with or without damages for the taking or the detention thereof.
2. An action to foreclose or enforce a lien upon real property in the city of New York, created as prescribed by statute, in favor of a person who has performed labor upon or furnished materials to be used in the construction, alteration or repair of a building, vault, wharf, fence or other structure; or who has graded, filled in or otherwise improved, a lot of land, or the sidewalk or street in front of or adjoining a lot of land.