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MADISON COUNTY -(Continued).
Smithfield, Stockbridge and Sullivan.
Penfield. Perrinton, Pittsford, kush and Webster. Second District. - Towns of Clarkson, Chili, Gates, Greece, Hamlin,
Ogden, Parma, Riga, Sweden and Wheatland. MONTGOMERY COUNTY - Comprises a single district. NASSAU COUNTY — Comprises a single district. NEW YORK COUNTY - Comprises the boroughs of Manhattan and the
Bronx in the city of New York.
Somerset and Wilson.
Whitestown. Second District. -- Towns of Augusta, Bridgewater, Kirkland, Marshall,
Paris, Sangerfield, Veraon and Westmoreland. Third District. - Towns of Camden, Florence, Rome, Verona and Vienna. Fourth District. --- Towns of Annsville, Ava, Booneville, Forestport, Lee,
Rensen, Steuben, Trenton and Western. ONONDAGA COUNTY. First District. - Towns of Camillus, Clay, Elbridge, Lysander, Salina and
Van Buren. Second District. - Towns of Geddes, Marcellus, Onondaga, Otisco, Skane
ateles, Spafford and Tully. Third Disirict. - Towns of Cicero, De Witt, Fabius, Lafayette, Manlius and
Pompey. ONTARIO COUNTY. First District. - Towns of Farmington, Geneva, Gorham, Hopewell, Man
chester, Phelps and Seneca, Second District. - Towns of Bristol. Canadice, Canandaigua, East Bloom
tield, Napies, Richmond, South Bristol, Victor and West Bloomfield. ORANGE COUNTY. First District. — Towns of Blooming Grove, Cornwall, Crawford, Hampton
burgh, Ilighlands, Monroe, Montgomery, Newburgh and New Windsor. Second District. - Towns of Chester. Deerpark, Goshen, Greenville. Min
isink, Mount llope, Tuxedo, Wallkill, Warwick, Waywayanda and Woodbury.
ORLEANS COUNTY-Comprises a single distract.
Hirst District.-Towns of Granby, Hannibal, New Haven, Oswego, Scriba
and Voluey. Second District.-Towns of Amboy, Constantia, Hastings, Palermo, Parish,
Schroeppel and West Monroe.
_land, Sandy Creek and Williamstown. OTSEGO COUNTY. First District.-Towns of Cherry Valley, Decatur, Exeter, Maryland, Mid
dlefield, Oisego, Plainfield, Richfield, Roseboom, Springteld, Westford
and Worcester. Second District.--Towng of Burlington, Butternuts, Etimeston, Hartwick,
Laurens, Milford, Morris, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Otego, Pittstield and
Unadilla. PUTNAM COUNTY-Comprises a single district. RENSSELAER COUNTY. First District. -- Towns of Berlin, Grafton, Hoosick, Lansingburgh
Petersburgh, Pittstown and Schaghticoke. Second District. - Towns vf Brunswick, East Greenbush, Nassau, North
Greenbush, Poestenkill, sandlake, Schodack and Stephentown. ROCKLAND COUNTY-Comprises a single district. ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. First District.--Towns of De Kalb, De Peyster, Fine, Fowler, Gouverneur,
Hammond, Macomb, Morristown, Oswerutchie, Pitcairn and Rossie. Second District.--Towns of Canton, Clare, Clifton, Colton, Edwards, Hermon,
Lisbon, Madrid, Norfolk, Pierrepont, Russell and Waddington. Third District.-Towns of Brasher, Ilonkinton, Lawrence, Louisville, Mas
sena, Parish ville, Potsdam and Stockholm. SARATOGA COUNTY. First District.--Towns of Ballston, Charlton, Clifton Park, Galway, Half
moon, Malta, Milton, Providence, Stillwater and Waterford. Second District.-Towns of Corinth, Day, Edinburgh, Greenfield, Hadley,
Moreau, Northumberland, Saratoga, Saratoga Springs and Wilton. SCHENECTADY COUNTY--Towns, exclusive of city, compose one district. SCHOHARIE COUNTY. First District.--Towns of Broome, Blenheim, Conesville, Esperance, Gilboa,
Middleburgh, Schoharie and Wright. Second District. - Towns of Carlisle, Cobleskill, Fulton, Jefferson, Rich
mondville, Seward, Sharon and Summit.
SCHUYLER COUNTY - Comprises a single district.
Prattsburgh, Pultney, Urbana, Wayland, Wayne and Wheeler.
Hornby, Lindley, Rathbone, Thurston, Tuscarora and Woodhull.
Hartsville, Hornellsville, Howard, Jasper, Troupsburgh and West Union.
and Shelter Island. Second District. — Towns of Babylon, Brookhaven, Huntington, Islip and
Smithtown. SULLIVAN COUNTY. First District. - Towns of Bethel, Cochecton, Delaware, Forestburgh,
Ilighland, Lumberland, Mamakating, Thompson and Tusten.
Neversink and Rockland.
First District. - Towns of Danby, Enfield, Ithaca, Newfield an, Ulysses.
The city of Ithaca is organized under a special school act. ULSTER COUNTY.
First District. — Towns of Hurley, Kingston, Saugerties and Ulster, Second District.- Towns of Esopus, Gardner, Lloyd, Marbletown,
Marlborough, New Paltz, Plattekill, Rosendale and Shawangunk. Third District. -- Towns of Denning, Hardenburgh, Olive, Roches
ter, Shandaken, Wawarsing and Woodstock. WARREN COUNTY. First District.- Caldwell, Luzerne, Queensbury, Stony Creek and
Thurman. Second District. --- Bolton, Chester, Hague, Horicon, Johnsburgh
and Warrensburgh. WASHINGTON COUNTY. First District. - Towns of Argyle, Cambridge, Easton, Fort Edward, Green.
wich, Jackson, Salem and White Creek. Second District. – Towns of Dresden, Fort Ann, Granville, Hampton, Hart.
ford, IIebron, Kingsbury, Putoam and Whitehall. WAYNE COUNTY. First District. - Towns of Butler, Galen, Huron, Lyons, Rose, Savannal,
Sodus and Wolcott.
Walworth and Williamson.
ham, Rye and Scarsdale. Second District: - Towns of Greenburgh, Harrison, Mount Pleasant, North
Castle, Ossining and White Plains.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY - (Continued).
Castle, North Salem, Poundridge, Somers and Yorktown.
bury, Orangeville, Perry, Sheldon and Warsaw. Second District. -- Towns of Arcade, Castile, Eagle, Genesee Falls,
Gainesville, Java, Pike and Wethersfield. YATES COUNTY - Comprises a single district.
APPORTIONMENT OF SCHOOL MONEYS, 1900.
MONEYS RECEIVED. From the United States Deposit Fund.
$75,000 00 From the Common School Fund.
170,000 00 From the State School Tax
APPORTIONED AS FOLLOws :
85,800 00 45,000 00 10,000 00 6,000 00
3,511 67 529,498 33 3,065, 190 00
Staff of the Commander-in-Chief.
The staff of the Governor shall consist of one Adjutant-General of the grade of Brigadier-General, one Military Secretary of grade not above that of Colonel. and fourteen Aides-de-Camp, all of whom shall be appointed by the Governor and hold office during his pleasure, and whose term of office shall expire with the term of office of the Governor appointing them. Four of the Aides de Camp may be appointed by the Governor of such grade as he may desire. The other ten Aides-de-Camp shall be appointed by the Governor from the commissioned officers of the National Guard and Naval Militia in active service of grade below that of Colonel, and their appointment shall operate as a commission as Aide-de-Camp, but shall not add to the actual grade of the officers so appointed. Oficers so appointed as Aides-de-Camp shall not be relieved from duty with their respective organizations, but shall perform all duty pertaining thereto, except when actually on duty as Aides-de-Camp under the orders of the Governor.
Everything relating to the effective state of the troops to forma. tion, instruction and discipline, falls within the department over which the Adjutant-General presides. He is the regular channel of communication with the Commander-in-Chief, and all orders, special instructions and general regulations issued by the Commander-inChief are prepared and published by the Adjutant-General.
By an act passed April 16, 18:27, the Adjutant-General was directed to prepare a seal to be used on military commissions, certificates or other official documents, and all copies of records or papers in his office, duly certified under the said seal, are made evidence in all cases, the same as if the originals are produced.
In case of war, insurrection, rebellion, or imminent danger thereof, when the military forces or volunteers of the State of New York, or any part thereof, shall be in the actual service of the State, or in the service of the United States, the Staff of the Commander-in-Chief may be paid such reasonable and just compensation, not exceeding the full pay and allowances of officers of the same rank in the army of the United States, as the Commander-in-Chief may deem proper, together with their necessary expenses.
GOVERNOR'S STAFF. Brigadier-General 'Edward M. Hoffman, Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.
Colonel George Curtis Treadwell, Military Secretary.