1797 to 1897. A century in the Comptroller's office, state of New York

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J. B. Lyon, printer, 1897 - Business & Economics - 90 pages
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Page 30 - Commissary -general shall be appointed as follows: The Senate and Assembly shall each openly nominate one person for the said offices respectively ; after which they shall meet together, and if they shall agree in their nominations, the person so nominated shall be appointed to the office for which he shall be nominated. If they shall disagree, the appointment shall be made by the joint ballot of the Senators and members of Assembly. The Treasurer shall be chosen annually. The Secretary of State,...
Page 30 - The secretary of state, comptroller, treasurer, attorneygeneral, surveyor-general, and commissary-general, shall be appointed as follows : The Senate and Assembly shall each openly nominate one person for the said offices respectively : after which they shall meet together, and if they shall agree in their nominations, the person so nominated shall be appointed to the office for which he shall be nominated.
Page 6 - That all officers, other than those who, by this constitution, are directed to be otherwise appointed, shall be appointed in the manner following, to wit : The Assembly shall, once in every year, openly nominate and appoint one of the senators from each 'great district, which senators shall form a Council for the Appointment of the said officers...
Page 45 - The Secretary of State, Comptroller, Treasurer and Attorney-General, shall be chosen at a general election, and shall hold their offices for two years. ,Each of the officers in this article named (except the Speaker of the Assembly), shall at stated times, during his continuance in office, receive for his services, a compensation, which shall not be increased or diminished during the term for which he shall have been elected ; nor shall he receive...
Page 86 - He levies and col.ects the tax on corporations; supervises the collection of the transfer tax and stock transfer tax, and sells the lands of delinquent taxpayers in the counties in which are included a part of the Forest Preserve. He acts as a court in applications for cancellation of tax deeds or sales, and in disputed corporation tax matters; examines the accounts of the court and trust funds...
Page 6 - ... appointed in the manner following, to wit : The assembly shall, once in every year, openly nominate and appoint one of the senators from each great district, which senators shall form a council, for the appointment of the said officers, of which the governor for the time being or the lieutenant-governor, or the president of the senate, ( when they shall respectively administer the government,) shall be president, and have a casting voice, but no other vote ; and, with the advice and consent of...
Page 76 - ... State, for the use of their inmates, upon the requisitions of the trustees or managers thereof upon the Superintendent of State Prisons, and no article so manufactured shall be purchased for the purpose of such public institutions, unless the same cannot be furnished upon such requisitions. \ 107. The Comptroller, the Superintendent of State Prisons and the President of the State Board of Charities, shall constitute a board whose duties shall be to fix and determine the value or prices at which...
Page 86 - ... the lands of delinquent taxpayers in the counties in which are included a part of the Forest Preserve. He acts as a court in applications for cancellation of tax deeds or sales, and in disputed corporation tax matters; examines the accounts of the court and trust funds deposited with the treasurer of every county in the State, and regulates the forms of accounts and the manner of the investment; appoints examiners and prescribes forma of reports under the Municipal Accounting Law.
Page 78 - At a meeting of the Board for the Establishment of State Insane Asylum Districts and Other Purposes, held at the Capitol, in the city of Albany, Tuesday, September 2, 1890.
Page 63 - By the law then in force, and which is in force today, he entered upon the discharge of the duties of the office on the first Monday of August of the succeeding year, viz.: 1895.

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