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SECTION 268
Compensation of clerks and deputy clerks of appellate division
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 8
§ 268. Compensation of clerks and deputy clerks of appellate division.

2. The salary of the clerk of the appellate division in the second
judicial department shall be fixed by the justices of the said appellate
division or a majority of them, to be paid quarterly by the department
of taxation and finance out of the public treasury of the state.

3. The clerks of the appellate division in each of the third and
fourth departments shall be paid an annual salary to be fixed by the
justices of said departments at not exceeding eight thousand five
hundred dollars to be paid by the department of taxation and finance to
such appointees monthly.

4. The salary of the deputy clerk of the appellate division of the
third department shall be not to exceed six thousand two hundred fifty
dollars per year and shall be certified by the presiding justice of such
appellate division to the state comptroller who shall audit the same.
The state department of taxation and finance shall pay such salary
monthly, and shall apportion the amount thereof among the counties
comprising the third judicial department. Such counties shall reimburse
the state for such salary. The time and method of such apportionment and
the time and method of such reimbursement shall be as specified in
section seventy-four of this chapter.

5. The clerk of the appellate division of each of the third and fourth
departments, in addition to the salary herein provided shall be entitled
to receive his necessary disbursements for postage, telephone, telegraph
and express charges, to be certified by the presiding justice of said
department, and to be paid in the same manner as his salary.

6. The compensation herein provided for the clerk and the deputy clerk
of the appellate division of the third and fourth departments, shall be
in lieu of all fees and charges, and neither said clerk nor deputy clerk
shall hereafter be permitted to charge or receive any fee whatever in
addition to his salary, for any official service rendered by him.

7. The compensation of the consultation clerk to the justices of the
appellate division of the third department shall be fixed by said
justices at not to exceed fifty-five hundred dollars per year, to be
paid in the same manner as the salary of the deputy clerk of said
department.

8. The salary of the deputy clerk of the appellate division of the
fourth department and of the consultation clerk to the justices of the
appellate division of the fourth department shall be fixed by said
justices at not to exceed six thousand two hundred fifty dollars per
year for the deputy clerk and at not to exceed five thousand five
hundred dollars per year for the consultation clerk. Such salaries
shall be certified by the presiding justice of such appellate division
to the state comptroller who shall audit the same. The state department
of taxation and finance shall pay such salaries monthly, and shall
apportion the total amount thereof among the counties comprising the
fourth judicial department. Such counties shall reimburse the state for
such salaries. The time and method of such apportionment and the time
and method of such reimbursement shall be as specified in section
seventy-four of this chapter.