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ATTENDANCE OF COMMISSIONERS UPON MEETINGS OF THE BOARD BELD DURING THE YEAR 1909. A. A bsent.

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stated meeting, Jan. 24.

Stated mecting, Jan. 9.

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Feb. 28.

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Stated meeting, April 10

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COMMISSIONERS.

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William R. Stewart, First Judicial District
Mrs. Beekman de Peyater, New York County.
Stephen Smith, M. D., New York County.
Michael J. Scanlan, New York County i.
Edward A Litcbfeld, Second Judicial District.
Jobo Notman, Kings County
Simon W. Rosendale, Third Judicial District.
Newton Aldrich, Fourth Judicial District
Dennis McCarthy, Fifth Judicial District......
Peter Walrath. Sixth Judicial District
Epoch Viue Stoddard, M. D., Seventh Judicial District.
Harvey W. Putnam, Eightb Judicial District
William H. Gratwick, Eighth Judicial District ).

* Commissioner de Peyster was absent because of illness.
tCommlesioner Scanlan was appointed May 20, 1901.

Com inissioners Notman and McCarthy were granted leave of absence.
Š Commissioner Putnam resigned.
i Commissioner Gratwick was appointed April 17, 1901.
The Board consists of twelve members, and the average attendance during 1901 was eigbi.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS.

At the Board's stated meeting of April 10th, the annual election of officers was held, as provided by the by-laws. President William Rhinelander Stewart and Vice-President Enoch Vine

Stoddard were unanimously reëlected, the former for the eightb and the latter for the seventh consecutive term, to their respective offices for the ensuing year. The other officers were continued subject to the pleasure of the Board.

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD.

Stated Committees. On Publication:

The President, Commissioners Stoddard, Smith and Scanlan.

On Finance:

The President, Commissioners Walrath and Rosendale. On Inspection:

Commissioners Stoddard, Smith and Scanlan. On State and Alien Poor:

Commissioners McCarthy, Walrath and Litchfield,

Additional Committees.

On Reformatories:

Commissioners Litchfield, Stoddard and de Peyster. On Idiots and Feeble-Minded:

Commissioners Stoddard, Walrath and McCarthy.

On Soldiers and Sailors' Homes:

Commissioners Rosendale, Walrath and Gratwick.

On Craig Colony:

Commissioners Stoddard, Smith and Walrath.

On Thomas Asylum:

Commissioner Gratwick.

On the Blind:

Commissioners Smith and Gratwick.

On the Deaf:

Commissioners Notman, Aldrich and Scaplan. On Almshouses:

Commissioners Walrath, Rosendale and Aldrich. On Orphan Asylums:

Commissioners Notman, McCarthy and de Peyster. On Hospitals:

Commissioners Smith, Notman and McCarthy. On Legislation:

Commissioners Rosendale, Notman and Scanlan. On the Construction of Buildings:

Commissioners Smith, Litchfield and McCarthy. On Placing Out Children:

Commissioners Stoddard, Walrath and Gratwick. On Dispensaries:

Commissioners Smith, Stoddard and Rosendale. On Sanatoria for Consumptives:

Commissioners Smith and Stoddard. On Legal Questions:

Commissioners Notman and Scanlan.

On State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children:

Commissioner Smith.

APPROPRIATIONS TO THE BOARD BY THE LEGISLATURE OF

1901.

APPROPRIATION BILL. The appropriation bill, chapter 644 of the Laws of 1901, made the following appropriations for carrying on the Board's work:

For the salary of the secretary, $3,500.

For compensation of twelve commissioners as provided by chapter 546 of the Laws of 1896, $3,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For superintendent of inspection, $2,500; chief clerk, $1,500; clerk, $1,400; statistician, $900; one stenographer, $900; one stenographer, $720; clerk, $600; junior clerk, $180. For temporary help at the Albany office, $500, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For traveling expenses of the commissioners and secretary while engaged in the discharge of their official duties, $3,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For traveling expenses of the employes of the Department while engaged in their official duties, $2,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For rent, printing, stationery, and other expenses of the office, $5,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For postage, and expense of transportation of all letters, official documents or other matter sent by express or freight, including boxes or covering for same, $1,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

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State and Alien Poor.

For salary of the superintendent, $3,000; for the deputy superintendent in New York city, $1,500; for inspector, $1,300; for assistant inspector, $1,200; for transfer agent, Kings county almshouse, $900; for transfer agent, Monroe county almshouse, $180; for transfer agent, Erie county almshouse, $900; for stenographer, $720; for messenger, $300; for traveling expenses of superintendent and inspectors, $3,000; for incidental office expenses, $500; for maintenance, transportation and removal of State, alien and non-resident poor, $26,300, or so much thereof

as may be necessary.

New York Office.

For superintendent, $1,500; two inspectors, $1,200 each; two

inspectors, $900 each; stenographer, $720.

Rochester Office.

For inspector, $1,200, and stenographer, $600.

SUPPLY BILL.

The supply bill, chapter 645 of the Laws of 1901, made the following additional appropriations to the Board:

For messenger and clerk at the Albany office for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1902, $720.

State and Alien Poor.

For clerk and stenographer for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1902, $600.

APPROPRIATIONS DESIRED FROM THE LEGISLATURE OF 1902.

For the secretary of the Board, for salary, $3,500.

The compensation of twelve commissioners as provided by chapter 546 of the Laws of 1896, $2,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary. (This is reduced from $3,000 because of a balance on hand at the end of the last fiscal year.)

For superintendent of inspection, $2,500; chief clerk, $1,500; clerk, $1,400; statistician, $900; one stenographer, $1,200; one stenographer, $720; messenger, $720; clerk, $600; junior clerk, $480. For temporary help, $300, or so much thereof as may be necessary. (This item is reduced from $500 because of a balance

on hand at the end of the last fiscal year.)

For traveling expenses of commissioners and the secretary while engaged in the discharge of their official duties, $2,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary. (This item is reduced

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