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AID TO LOCALITIES

MISCELLANEOUS

SENECA NATION LEASE SETTLEMENT FOR SALAMANCA--Cont.

1991,

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available for direct payment, on or about June 1, 1992, to the Seneca Nation of Indians in New York state pursuant to the Seneca Nation Settlement Act of 1990 (P. L. No. 101-503), chapter 528 of the laws of

and 1991 memorandum of understanding entered into by the state of New York and the Seneca Nation of Indians. No funds from this appropriation shall be made available until federal funds, pursuant to the Seneca Nation Settlement Act of 1990 (P. L. No. 101-503) are paid in full to the Seneca Nation of Indians, specified in the memorandum of understanding,

and a certificate of approval has been issued by the director of the budget and

copy of such certificate filed with the state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee

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For services and expenses of the state health services

corps to address allied health personnel shortages
the state's institutions and voluntary not-for-profit

facilities.
The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for ser-

vices and expenses including awards for educational study limited to allied health professions. Up to $ 220,000 may be transferred to the department of health's state operations budget for administration of

this program. No funds shall be available from this appropriation until

a plan has been approved by the director of the budget

2,988,000

TO STOCK TRANSFER INCENTIVE FUND

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

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For transfer to the stock transfer incentive fund created

pursuant to section 92-i of the state finance law for purposes

of reimbursing the city of New York for onehalf of the revenue loss resulting from rebates of stock transfer taxes and the expiration of the 25 percent surcharge on transactions subject to the stock transfer tax imposed by article 12 of the tax law, provided, however, that the maximum amount to be paid shall not exceed the amount provided in paragraph (b) of subdivision 6 of section 92-i of the state finance law, and provided further, however, that notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b) of subdivision 6 of section 92-i of the

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state finance law or any other law to the contrary, the amount paid from this appropriation to the stock transfer incentive fund shall constitute the complete liqui

dation of the state's obligation for such purposes. Notwithstanding the provisions section 92-i of the

state finance law or any other law to the contrary, upon receipt of the certification of the commissioner of taxation and finance provided for in subdivision 4 of such section 92-i for the calendar quarter ending June 30, 1992, the comptroller shall determine the amount payable by the state as one-half of the revenue loss to the city of New York for such calendar quarter as a result of the rebates of

stock

transfer taxes and the expiration of the 25 percent surcharge on transactions subject to the stock transfer tax. On October 15, 1992, the comptroller shall pay into the stock transfer incentive fund the lesser

of

two-thirds of the total amount so determined as payable pursuant to this appropriation or two-thirds of the total amount appropriated herein. On December 15, 1992, the comptroller shall pay into the stock transfer incentive fund the difference between the amount determined as payable pursuant to this appropriation and the

amount paid into such fund on October 15, 1992. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 92-i of the

state finance law or any other law to the contrary, upon receipt of the certification of the commissioner of taxation and finance provided for in subdivision 4 of such section 92-i for the calendar quarters ending September 30, 1992, December 30, 1992, and March 31, 1993, the comptroller shall determine the amount payable by the state as one-half of the revenue loss to the city of New York for such calendar quarter rebates of stock transfer taxes and the expiration of the 25 percent surcharge transactions subject to the stock transfer tax. Upon making such determination, the comptroller shall forthwith

pay into the stock transfer incentive fund an amount equal to the lesser of the amount determined or the difference between the total appropriation herein provided and the amounts determined to payable into the stock transfer incentive fund on October 15 and December 15, 1992. In

event shall the amount paid into the stock transfer incentive fund exceed the amount appropriated herein

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114,037,774

STOCK TRANSFER TAX FUND

Fiduciary Funds
Stock Transfer Tax Fund

For payment

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the municipal assistance tax fund for payment to the municipal assistance corporation for the

AID TO LOCALITIES - MISCELLANEOUS

STOCK TRANSFER TAX FUND--Cont.

city of New York, to the extent required to comply with the agreements between such corporation and the holders of its notes and bonds, and for the corporate purposes of such corporation and to the extent not required by such

corporation for such purposes, for payment to the stock transfer incentive fund to the extent required to comply with the certification of the commissioner of taxation and finance provided under section 92-i of the state finance law and to the extent not required by such certification of the commissioner of taxation

and

finance, for payment to the city of New York for support of local government, provided, however, that the maximum amount to be paid shall not exceed the collections from the stock transfer tax pursuant to article 12 of the tax law, less administrative costs as certified by the commissioner of taxation and finance for deposit to the credit of the general fund-state purposes account

2,600,000,000

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rized to transfer such amounts as are

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From moneys received by the New York state theatre insti

tute corporation for theatrical productions and educational services. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to receive for deposit to the credit of the New York state theatre institute account revenues received from fees charged by the New York state theatre institute corporation for admission into theatrical events and educational programs, and all other fees charged or received in relation to such theatrical productions or educational

programs, pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 1992

700,000

ADIRONDACK NORTH COUNTRY ASSOCIATION

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

For services and expenses of the Adirondack north country

association. Disbursements made from this appropriation shall be in accordance with the following schedule

228,920

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AID TO LOCALITIES - MISCELLANEOUS

TASK FORCE ON INTEGRATED PROJECTS FOR YOUTH AND

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY

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Up to $100,000 of funds received by New York
State pursuant to

the Federal Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1990, may be used for services and expenses related to the establishment of

programs providing housing, for no less than 4 individuals per house, recovering from alcohol and drug abuse as required by section 1916A of the Federal

Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1990. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision

of law, funds will be advanced to not-forprofit entities through contracts limited to no more than $4,000 per house. No funds will be authorized until a plan for the use of such fund is approved by the director of the budget. The directors of the divisions of alcohol and alcohol abuse and substance abuse services shall promulgate rules and regulations for such loans in

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