Memorandum filed with approved bill fixing salary of stenographers; First Department (S. 249)

128 Public Papers of Governor Roosevelt

Memorandum Filed With Approved Senate Bill No. 249, Fixing stenographers’ Salary, First Department

State of New York
Executive Chamber
Albany, May 3, 1900

Memorandum filed with Senate bill printed No. 249, introduced by Senator Ford, entitled “An Act in relation to the Supreme Court in the first judicial department and the appellate division thereof in the first department, in relation to the salary of the Supreme Court stenographers”—Approved

This act is asked for by the judges of the courts concerned. One member of the Appellate Division writes me as follows: “The Legislature at its last session passed a bill known as Senate bill No. 249 which amended section 9 of chapter 553 of the laws of 1895, entitled ‘An Act in relation to the Supreme Court in the First Judicial Department and the Appellate Division thereof in the First Department, in relation o the salary of the Supreme Court stenographers.’ The object of this act was to equalize the salaries paid to the stenographers in the Supreme Court in the First Department with the salaries paid to the stenographers in the Supreme Court in the Second Department and in the City Court of the city of New York. I know of no reason why the stenographers of the Supreme Court in the

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