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PART II 8 2. The several sums specified in this section, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish, in full, the purposes designated by the appropriation, shall be immediately available for payment when this act becomes a law and shall be paid by the treasurer on the warrant of the comptroller, to the persons and for the purposes indicated in this act, which several amounts are hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. No warrant shall be issued except in the case of salaries until the amounts claimed shall have been audited and allowed by the comptroller, who is hereby authorized to determine the same, upon vouchers prescribed as required by section twelve of the state finance law.
THE LEGISLATURE The item in part 2 of chapter 181, of the laws of 1925, headed Speaker of assembly and president pro tem., clerical services” and reading as follows: "For deficiency in appropriation for the speaker of assembly and president pro tem, of the senate for extra stenographic and clerical services, $6,000, of which $3,000 shall be available for each such official $6,000” is hereby made to read as follows:
SPEAKER OF ASSEMBLY AND PRESIDENT OF SENATE
CLERICAL SERVICES For deficiency in appropriation for the speaker of the assembly and president of the senate for extra stenographic and clerical services, $6,000, of which $3,000 shall be available for each such official, $6,000.
SPEAKER OF ASSEMBLY AND PRESIDENT OF SENATE
For deficiency in appropriation for the speaker of the assembly and president pro tem. of the senate, for their actual and necessary traveling and other expenses in the performance of their duties on the several boards of which they are members, $3,000 each in lieu and in full of all such expenses $6,000 is hereby made to read as follows:
For deficiency in appropriation for the speaker of the assembly and president of the senate, for their actual and necessary traveling and other expenses in the performance of their duties on the several boards of which they are members, $3,000 each in lieu and in full of all such expenses, $6,000.
FINANCE AND WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEES, BUDGET DIVISION
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION Of the appropriation of $8,000 made by part I, chapter 181, laws of 1925 for “ maintenance and operation ” of the “ finance and ways and means committees, budget division,” the sum of $1,500 is hereby made immediately available and for the same purposes.
8 3. The following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, being part of the unexpended balances of former appropriations, are hereby reappropriated and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former appropriations.
DEPARTMENT OF FARMS AND MARKETS
TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS
§ 4. The moneys appropriated by this act, except as otherwise provided Moneys by section two, shall be available only to pay liabilities incurred within the available year beginning July 1, 1925, and ending June 30, 1926. All former appro- liabilities ; priations from the general fund and the canal maintenance fund and the former various acts therefor, except appropriations for repairs, construction work appro
priations. and permanent betterments and appropriations made by the legislature of 1925, shall cease to have force or effect after June 30, 1925, other than for the payment of liabilities incurred on or before that date.
§ 5. The several amounts herein appropriated shall be deemed to be only amounts for so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish in full the purposes approdesignated by the appropriations and shall be paid by the treasurer from priated to
be paid the respective sums as specified, pursuant to the requirements of the state
pursuant finance law, and it shall be the duty of the treasurer to report annually to to state the legislature the detail of the several expenditures.
§ 6. The salary or compensation of any officer or employee, when not Compenprescribed by law, for which an appropriation is made by this act, may be sation of fixed by the department, official or officials appointing such officer or em
employee, ploying such employees at a less but not at a greater sum than the amount when not herein appropriated for the salary or compensation of such officer or em- prescribed ployee; and when any appropriation made by this act is for compensation by law. at a per diem rate for a stated number of days, the department, official or termined. officials employing such employees shall have the authority to employ in the position the number of employees for whom compensation is provided in the appropriation, calculating one employee for each three hundred days, the provisions of any general or special statute to the contrary notwithstanding. No appropriation herein contained shall be available for the salary or com- Employpensation of any regular officer or employee whose employment or office is ment to be not herein specified unless his appointment or employment is expressly author- authorized. ized; and except as otherwise herein expressly provided, the appropriations Traveling made in this act for traveling expenses of officers or employees are for expenses. actual and necessary expenses only, in the performance of official duties and to be paid upon proper proof thereof, as required by section twelve of the state finance law, and no other or further fixed allowance for expenses shall be granted or paid, anything in any other statute to the contrary notwithstanding. An appropriation by this act which is applicable to the payment of traveling or hotel expenses of an officer or employee shall not be expended for traveling or hotel expenses outside of the state unless expressly authorized or provided by this act. Any appropriations made by this act for Approsalary, compensation or expenses shall be the salary, compensation or priations expenses for one year of the officer, employee, office, board, department, commission or bureau for whom the same is appropriated, notwithstanding penses to existing provisions of any other statute fixing the annual salary, compen- be for one sation or expenses of such officer or employee or the expenses of such officer, board, department, commission or bureau at a different amount, except that this provision shall not repeal or affect any other appropriation act, passed in the year 1925, appropriating money to pay, during such year or the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1925, the amount of an increase in the salary, compensation or expenses of any such officer or employee made by a law enacted in such year.
§ 7. The comptroller may forthwith prepare and publish definitions of the tions of classification of expense by titles employed in this act, defining the pur- classifiposes for which moneys appropriated under each title may be expended.
for salaries and ex
cation of expense.
TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS (Continued) The comptroller shall have the power to amend such definitions from time to time as in his judgment becomes necessary for the proper conduct of the fiscal affairs of the state. The definitions, as published by the comptroller, and as amended, shall govern expenditures from these appropriations and the audit of claim and accounts by the comptroller where said classifications are used in this act.
§ 8. This act shall take effect immediately.
pupils at the Catholic Institute for Blind in the city of New York, pursu
ant to the education law. Became a law April 1, 1925, with the approval of the Governor. Passed
by a two-thirds vote on emergency message. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. For the support and instruction of state pupils at the Catholic Institute for the Blind in the city of New York pursuant to article thirty-eight of the education law, heretofore or hereafter given, there is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated the
sum of twenty-five hundred and fifty dollars ($2,550), or so much thereof as may be necessary for such purposes. The moneys so appropriated shall be paid out by the state treasurer on the warrant of the comptroller on bills or vouchers presented executed and veri. fied as prescribed in article thirty-eight of the education law.
2. This act shall take effect immediately.
CHAPTER 208 AN ACT making an appropriation to carry out the provisions of chapter nineteen of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-four, as amended by
chapter twenty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-five. Became a law April 1, 1925, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,
three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly,
do enact as follows: Appropri- Section 1. The sum of six hundred and fifty-nine thousand five premium
hundred and sixty-five dollars ($659,565), being the premium from tromosade the sale of forty-five million dollars New York state world war bonus war bonus bonds, or so much thereof as may be necessary is hereby appro
priated for the payment of the administration expenses incurred and to be incurred by the New York state bonus commission and for the payment of bonuses as provided by chapter nineteen of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-four as amended by chapter twenty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-five.
§ 2. The money appropriated by this act shall not be available Money for payments for personal service in addition to the positions heretofore approved by the board of estimate and control until a for perschedule of positions and salaries shall have been submitted to and service. approved by the governor, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee and a certificate of such approval filed with the state comptroller.
§ 3. This act shall take effect immediately.
expenses of the New York state bonus commission, as provided by chapter
the military or naval service of the United States," as amended.
three-fifths being present.
Section 1. The sum of two million five hundred thousand dol.
§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
New York and New Jersey by the port of New York authority, and
making an appropriation therefor.
three-fifths being present.
Section 1. In aid of the prompt and economical construction of Appropri: the bridges which the port of New York authority, hereinafter construc
tion of certain bridges by port authority.
Payment in installments.
called the port authority, has been authorized to construct across the Arthur kill between Perth Amboy on the New Jersey side and Tottenville on the New York side and between Elizabeth on the New Jersey side and Howland Hook on the New York side by chapters one hundred and twenty-five and one hundred and fortynine, respectively, laws of New Jersey, nineteen hundred and twenty-four, and chapters two hundred and thirty and one hundred and eighty-six, respectively, laws of New York, nineteen hundred and twenty-four) there is hereby appropriated, subject to the limitations and conditions hereinafter set forth, the sum of eight hundred thousand dollars ($800,000), or so much thereof as may be requisitioned, out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated. The said sum shall be paid out by the state treasurer on the warrant of the comptroller of the treasury to the said port authority upon requisitions signed by the chairman of the said port authority, in two annual installments of four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) each, the first installment to be available at any time during the fiscal year commencing in nineteen hundred and twenty-five and one other installment to be available during the succeeding fiscal year.
During each of the three succeeding fiscal years, the commisfrom tolls sioners of the New York state bridge and tunnel commission, conauthority stituted by chapter one hundred and seventy-eight of the laws of
nineteen hundred and nineteen, shall pay over to the said port authority, upon requisitions signed by the chairman of the said port authority, four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) in each year from the tolls and charges collected for the use of the tunnels constructed by the said commission, if such sum shall be available after payment of the expenses of maintenance and operation of the said tunnels and the deduction of the share of the surplus over and above such expenses belonging to the state of New Jersey, and if such surplus shall amount to a lesser sum shall pay over such lesser sum and shall pay over the balance of the said installment of four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) in any subsequent year when it shall be available and shall be requisitioned. Such payments shall be made out of the net revenues of the said tunnels before any payments shall be due or made for amortization of the cost of construction thereof, and upon such payment and the receipt of the chairman of the said port authority, the said tunnel commission shall be wholly and completely discharged from any liability in relation to the sums so paid.
If the requisitions made in any one fiscal year shall not in the
aggregate equal such installment of four hundred thousand dollars quisitioned. ($100,000), the balance not requisitioned shall be available in any
subsequent year during or after the said five year period and in addition to the installment available during such year, except that such part of the appropriation made hereby as is not requi
sitioned within two years after the passage of this act shall at the Payments end of such two years lapse; provided, however, that after the first conditioned installment of the appropriation hereby made has been paid over authority 1 As amended respectively by L. 1925, chs. 192, 194.
by state bridge and tunnel commission,
Balances of installments re