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Amendments to Rules of Court of Appeals

annual sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars shall be allowed. for necessary disbursements of the Board. Every applicant for examination shall pay to the examiners a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall be applied upon the compensation and allowance above provided, and any surplus thereafter remaining shall be held by the treasurer of the State Board of Law Examiners and deposited in some bank, in good standing, in the City of Albany, to his credit and subject to his draft as such treasurer, when approved by the Chief Judge.

(A copy) [SEAL]

Endorsed Filed January 14, 1928.

ROBERT MOSES,

Secretary of State.

Formerly "twenty-three thousand dollars.”

JOHN LUDDEN,

Deputy Clerk.

STATE OF NEW YORK

IN COURT OF APPEALS

At a Court of Appeals for the State of New York, held at Court of Appeals Hall in the City of Albany, on the twentieth day of January A. D. 1928.

Present, HON. BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO, Chief Judge, Presiding.

In the Matter

of

The Amendment to Rule VIII of the Rules of the Court of Appeals for the admission of attorneys and counselors at law.

ORDERED, That Rule VIII of the Rules for the admission of attorneys and counselors at law be and the same hereby is amended by adding thereto a paragraph to read as follows:

The Treasurer of the State Board of Law Examiners shall make and file with the Clerk of this Court, a bond to the people of the state, in the penalty of fifty thousand dollars, with two sufficient sureties, approved by the Chief Judge of this Court, or executed by a fidelity or surety company authorized by the laws of the state to transact business, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his office; the clerk of the Board shall file a like bond in the same penalty, and the stenographer of the Board shall file a like bond in the penalty of ten thousand dollars. (A copy) [SEAL]

Endorsed: Filed January 21, 1928.

ROBERT MOSES,

Secretary of State.

WM. J. ARMSTRONG,

Clerk.

TABLES OF LAWS

AMENDED OR REPEALED

STATEMENT OF OPTIONAL

CITY CHARTERS ADOPTED

TABLE OF LEGALIZING ACTS

1897

TABLES

OF

LAWS AMENDED OR REPEALED

I. CHANGES IN THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS, 1921-1928.1
(Sections, etc., are amended unless it is otherwise indicated.)

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1 For changes in consolidated laws, 1909-1920, see Supplement to the statutory record of the consolidated iws, 1920.

The formal statement of amendments, etc., in many acts does not show the exact amendments, repeals, tc., that have been effected. In such cases the changes indicated in the legislative bills have been inserted in hese tables to insure a more complete history.

1899

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