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No. 124.

IN CONVENTION

September 17, 1867.

COMMUNICATION

FROM THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, GIVING AMOUNTS PAID FOR EXPENSES OF THE SEVERAL COURTS OF THAT CITY.

STATE OF NEW YORK:
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION,

ALBANY, July 10, 1867.
On motion of Mr. Stratton.

Resolved, That the Comptroller of the City of New York be requested to prepare and communicate to this Convention, as early as practicable, the amount paid for the year 1866, for salaries of justices, judges, clerks, stenographers, officers, inspectors and atten. dants, and the amounts paid for stationery, and contingent expensės of the following named courts in the city of New York, stating the number of justices, judges, clerks and other attendants of each court separately, and all other expenses of each court separately as far as he is able to do so; and also whether said amounts are to be increased or diminished the present year, and how much, viz: Supreme Court, Superior Court, Court of Common Pleas, Marine Court, District Courts, Police Courts, and the Courts of General and Special Sessions; and that he also report the amount of fees received from each of said courts during said year.

By oriler of the Convention,

LUTHER CALDWELL, Secretary. [Con. No. 124.]

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NEW YORK, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,

September 16, 1867.

To the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York:

GENTLEMEN: I have the honor to submit herewith, as fully as possible, the information called for by the foregoing resolution, relative to the cost of the various courts in the city and county of New York.

Owing to the fact that the stationery account of the county bas not been separated, I am unable to give the expenses under such head for other than the city courts.

Respectfully submitted,
RICHARD B. CONNOLLY,

Comptroller.

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