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ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE.

Anthony Ten Eyck,...

Salaries.

$800

STATE ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR'S OFFICE.
B. S. Van Rensselaer, ..
J. A. Dombrouski, ..

750 750

CANAL DEPARTMENT.
Edward James, Acting Auditor and Book-keeper,
William McGourkey,
Henry C. Southwick,
Charles W. Ward,
William J. Kane,
Richard W. Murphy,

1,250 1,000 1,000

600 600 550

CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS' OFFICE.
Allen W. Eaton,
J. G. Curtiss, .
Evans Humphrey,
Charles H. Collins, temporary,.
A. S. Cassady, temporary,

900 800 750 600

500

CANAL APPRAISER'S OFFICE. Lazarus S. Hammond,..

800

BANK DEPARTMENT. Edward Hand, Deputy Superintendent,

Free Bank Department. James Nichols, Register, .

1,500

. 1,000

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Salaries. $800 800 800 800 800 600

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G. H. H. Englehart, Register,.
H. G. Carpenter,
James L. Ādams,
Daniel W. Mills,
Edgar A. Barber,
Nathaniel Davis, Clerk,.

Incorporated Bank Department.
Alexander H. Dennis, Book-keeper,
Howard Boyd, Principal Register,
George Cuyler, Register,.
Giles K. Winne,
George F. Nesbitt, Agent in New York,

1,000 1,000

800 800 750

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JOINT RULES

OF THE

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY.

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ments.

1st. Each House shall transmit to the other, all pa- Papers to be

transmitted. pers on which any bill or resolution shall be founded.

2d. When a bill or resolution which shall have Bills rejecpassed in one House is rejected in the other, notice ted. thereof shall be given to the House in which the same may have passed.

3d. Messages from one House to the other, shall be Messages communicated by the respective clerks of each House, delivered by unless the House transmitting the message shall especially direct otherwise.

4th. It shall be in the power of either House to amend Amendany amendment made by the other to any bill or resolution.

5th. In every case of difference between the two In case of Houses, upon any subject of legislation, either House

may

difference,

committees request a conference, and appoint a committee for that to be appurpose, and the other shall also appoint a committee pointed. to confer. The committee shall meet at such hour and place as shall be appointed by the chairman of the committee on the part of the House requesting such conference. The conferees shall state to each other verbally or in writing, as either shall choose, the reasons of their respective Houses, and confer freely thereon. The committee shall report in writing, and shall be authorized to report such modifications or amendments as they think advisable. The papers shall be left with the conferees of the House assenting to such conference,

Bills when

mittees.

and they shall present the report of the committee to their House. When such House shall have acted thereon, they shall transmit the same, and the papers relating thereto, to the other, with a message certifying its action

thereon. Matters of

6th. It shall be in order for either House to recede difference; how settled. from any subject matter of difference, subsisting between

the two Houses, at any time previous to conference, whether the papers on which such difference arose are before the House receding, formally or informally ; and on such vote to recede, the same number shall be required to constitute a quorum to act thereon, and to assent to such receding, as was required on the original question out of which the difference arose.

7th. After each House shall have adhered to their deemed lost. disagreement, the bill, which is the subject of differ

ence, shall be deemed lost, and shall not be again re

vived during the same session in either House. Joint com

8th. All joint committees of the two Houses, and all committees of conference, shall consist of three Senators and five Members of Assembly, unless otherwise spe

cially ordered by concurrent resolution. Final read

9th. No bill which shall have passed one House, ing of bills.

shall have its final reading in the other, in less than two days thereafter, without the consent of two-thirds of the members thereof present; and whenever ten or more bills, which shall have been passed in either House, shall be in readiness for final reading in the other House, such House shall assign a day for the final reading of such bills, which day shall be within one week thereafter. At the time appointed, such House shall proceed to the final reading of said bills, and continue the same from day to day, until all such bills then in readiness, for final reading, shall have been read (unless this order of business shall, in either House, by the vote of a majority of all the members elected to the same, be suspended, or laid on the table). In all cases where a bill shall be ordered to lie on the table, it shall retain its place in the order of the final reading

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