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Removal of bridges, or repair and reconstruction of old canal bridges re. $9,244.14)
By chapter 225 of the laws of 1923, for:
Purchase or construction of new floating plant (re. $76,312.43)
By chapter 450 of the laws of 1923, for:
State shops (re. $208,961.21)
By chapter 283 of the laws of 1923, for:
By chapter 225 of the laws of 1923, for:
Deepening of the channel of Ellicott creek from the Erie canal to the city line of the city of Tonawanda, and for the repair of the bridges crossing the same (re. $6,546.43)
STATE DEBT SERVICE
Section 6. The several sums specified in this section, or so much thereof Sums imas may be sufficient to accomplish in full the purposes designated by the mediately appropriation, are hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, and are made immediately available for the legal requirements of the debt service for the year beginning on the first day of July, nineteen hundred and twenty-five, namely:
Canal debt sinking funds
Fund No. 3 (Erie, Champlain and Oswego canals, $21,000,000.00 3% bonds)
For interest (balance $466,823.23, payable from sinking fund)
Fund No. 4 (Erie, Champlain and Oswego canals, $40,000,000.00 4% bonds)
43,740 23 1,600,000 00
Fund No. 5 (Cayuga and Seneca canal, $3,000,000.00 4% bonds)
Fund No. 6 (Barge canal terminal, $5,000,000.00 4% bonds)
67,322 34 200,000 00
Fund No. 7 (Erie, Champlain and Oswego canals, $30,000,
000,000.00 42% bonds)
Fund No. 8 (Cayuga and Seneca canal, $4,000,000.00 44% bonds)
Fund No. 9 (Barge canal terminal, $5,000,000.00 44%
Fund No. 10 (Erie, Champlain and Oswego canals, $8,000,
000.00 44% bonds)
32,185 48 340,000 00
Fund No. 11 (Erie, Champlain and Oswego canals, $27,000,
000.00 4% bonds)
STATE DEBT SERVICE Continued
For redemption of bonds due January 1, 1926..
Highway debt sinking funds
Fund No. 2 ($33,000,000.00 4% bonds)
For interest (balance $144,039,09 payable from sinking
Fund No. 3 ($16,000,000.00 42% bonds)
For interest (balance $3,605.17 payable from sinking fund)
For interest (balance $8,591.73 payable from sinking fund)
Fund No. 6 ($15,000,000.00 4% bonds)
136,000 00 312,800 00
25,887 37 425,000 00
For interest (balance $14,281.84 payable from sinking fund)
Palisades Interstate Park debt sinking funds
Fund No. 2 ($2,500,000.00 4% bonds)
400,000 00 920,000 00
3,931 40 100,000 00
State Forest Preserve debt sinking fund
Fund No. 1 ($2,500,000.00 4% bonds)
For interest (balance $10,387.97 payable from sinking fund)
§ 7. The moneys appropriated by this act, except as otherwise provided by sections two and five, shall be available only to pay liabilities incurred within the year beginning July 1, 1925, and ending June 30, 1926, except for construction or permanent betterments and for repairs contained in part three of this act. All former appropriations from the general fund and the canal maintenance fund and the various acts therefor, except appropriations for repairs, construction work and permanent betterments and appropriations made by the legislature of 1925, shall cease to have force or effect after June 1,* 1925, other than for the payment of liabilities incurred on or before that date.
§ 8. The several amounts herein appropriated shall be deemed to be only for so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish in full the purposes designated by the appropriations and shall be paid by the treasurer from the respective sums as specified, pursuant to the requirements of the state finance law, and it shall be the duty of the treasurer to report annually to the legislature the detail of the several expenditures.
* So in original. [Should read June 30. For correct date see ch. 659, § 7, post.]
§ 9. The salary or compensation of any officer or employee, when not Compenprescribed by law, for which an appropriation is made by this act, may sation of be fixed by the department, official or officials appointing such officer or officer or employing such employees at a less but not at a greater sum that the amount when not herein appropriated for the salary or compensation of such officer or employee; prescribed and when any appropriation made by this act is for compensation at a perde by law, diem rate for a stated number of days, the department, official or officials termined. 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 appro- Employpriation herein contained shall be available for the salary or compensation ment to he of any regular officer or employee whose employment or office is not herein authorized. specified unless his appointment or employment is expressly authorized; and except as otherwise herein expressly provided, the appropriations made in this act for traveling expenses of officers or employees are for actual and Traveling necessary expenses only, in the performance of official duties and to be paid expenses. 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 salary, compensation Approor expenses shall be the salary, compensation or expenses for one year of the priations officer, employee, office, board, department, commission or bureau for whom the same is appropriated, notwithstanding existing provisions of any other penses to statute fixing the annual salary, compensation 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.
for salaries and ex
be for one
§ 10. No part of any appropriation or re-appropriation made by this act Expendifor construction except for highways shall be expended for personal service ture of except on the approval of the governor, the chairman of the senate finance priation committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. for conThis provision may be complied with by the filing with the comptroller and struction the civil service commission of a list of the positions so approved and the sonal time for which any person may be employed in such position. This provision, service. however, shall not apply to personal service employed by a contractor or by an institution on construction work done under special fund estimate.
§ 11. A manager, trustee or officer of any state charitable or other institu- Traveling tion receiving moneys under this act from the state treasury for maintenance expenses and support shall be entitled to actual and necessary traveling expenses when agers, trusattending meetings of the board at the office of the institution or in the tees and performance of other official duties undertaken pursuant to a resolution of the officers of board of managers of which he is a member and with the approval of the stitutions. superintendent of purchase or hospital commission.
12. The comptroller may forthwith prepare and publish definitions of Definithe classification of expense by titles employed in this act defining the tons of purposes for which moneys appropriated under each title may be expended. cation of The comptroller shall have the power to amend such definitions from time expense. 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.
13. This act shall take effect immediately.
Appropriations for fiscal year.
AN ACT making appropriations for the support of government.1
three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. The several amounts named in this section, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish the purpose designated by the appropriations, are hereby appropriated and authorized to be paid as hereinafter provided, to the respective public officers and for the several purposes specified, which amounts shall be available for the year beginning on the first day of July, nineteen hundred and twenty-five, namely:
Assistant in department, 2 at $1.800.
900 00 3,600 00
indicate omission of items disapproved by the governor. constitution, art. 4, § 9.
1 For appropriations for the support of government in addition to those provided by this chapter, see L. 1925, ch. 181, ante, and ch. 659, post. For appropriations to replace certain items originally herein and vetoed by the governor, see ch. 206, post.
Assistant in department, or critic and model teacher, 2 at $2,000
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION
Repairs to arsenal and armories outside of third and fourth brigade districts and rifle ranges throughout the state...