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Court General Sessions. 1 Recorder salary

salary $7,000. 1 City Judge,

6,500.... 1 Clerk,

4,000.... 1 Deputy clerk,“ 3,000.. 1 Stenographer, 2,500... 1 Interpreter,

2,000.... 18 Attendants, 1,000... Witness fees, Cleaning court rooms,

$7,000 00 6,500 00 4,000 00 3,000 00 2,500 00 2,000 00 18,000 00

542 00 891 00

Expenses for year 1866,

$44,433 00

Fines paid into the county treasury by the clerk of this court in 1866,...

$505 00

Court Special Sessions. 2 Justices, at salary $1,500 each, .. 1 Clerk,

3,000.... 1

2,500.. 1 Interpreter,

2,000....
1 Stenographer, 1,500...
1 Messenger,

1,000...
Witness fees,...
Serving subpoenas,
Cleaning court rooms,

$3,000 00 3,000 00 2,500 00 2,000 00 1,500 00 1,000 00

53 00 2,003 14

458 25

Expenses year 1866,

$15,514 39 Fines paid into the county treasury by the clerk of this court in 1866, ...

... $11,006 00

Four Police Courts. 8 Justices, at salary of $5,000 each, .. 8 Clerks, 8 4 Interpreters,

762.50 each, 1 Janitor, Stationery,

3,000" 2,500"

$40,000 00 24,000 00 20,000 00 3,050 00 1,000 00 2,056 75

Gas, ..

$578 80 Cleaning court rooms, ..

1,768 77 Expenses year 1866,..

$92,454 32 Fines paid into the treasury by the clerks of these courts in 1866, were as follows, to the credit of the sinking fund, for payment of interest on the city debt:

By clerks of 1st district,

2d 3d 4th

$6,969 00 4,902 00 1,016 00 2,526 00

Total fines for 1866,....

$15,413 00

Eright District Courts. 8 Justices, at salary of $5,000 eack,...

$40,000 00 8 Clerks, 3,000

24,000 00 17 Officers, 1,000

17,000 00 8 Interpreters,

5,914 25 Stationery,

2,429 87 Gas,

1,159 60 Cleaning court rooms,

4,723 72 Expenses year 1866,..

$95,255 44 Fees paid into the treasury by the clerks of these courts in 1866, were as follows, to the credit of the sinking fund, for payment of interest on city debt:

By clerk of 1st district,..

2d 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

$750 00

616 00 1,083 50 1,046 00 1,140 00 1,102 50 1,249 00 905 00

Total fees for 1866,

$7,892 00

No. 125.

IN CONVENTION

September 17, 1867.

COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

IN RELATION TO CITY DEBT AND INTEREST
THEREON; ALSO MONEYS RECEIVED FOR LICENSES

STATE OF NEW YORK:
IN CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION,

ALBANY, July 31, 1867. Resolved, That the Comptroller of the City of New York, be and he is hereby instructed to make full report to this Convention of the net sums annually received from the several sources herein enumerated, and applied through the sinking fund for the redemption of the city debt, or to the payment of interest on the city debt, during the years from 1847 to 1866 inclusive, and a statement showing the expenses incurred in each of said years, in granting such licenses, collecting such fees, and in legal efforts to enforce payment or collect penalties for non-compliance to law or ordinance in each of such cases; whether such expenses were allowed by the Mayor and Common Council of the city or by the Board of Supervisors of the county, namely:

1. For licenses to pawnbrokers, and to dealers in second-hand furniture, metals or clothes.

2. For licenses for hackney coaches and drivers.
3. For fees of market privileges and market rents.
[Con. No. 125.]

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4. For Mayoralty fees.

5. For fines and penalties. ** 6. For fines and fees collected by clerks and courts.

7. For tavern and excise licenses.

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE:

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
NEW YORK, September 16, 1867.

To the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York:

GENTLEMEN: In answer to the annexed resolution of your honor. able body, I beg leave to submit with this the accompanying statements giving the information called for.

Respectfully submitted,

RICHARD B. CONNOLLY,

Comptroller

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