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of his duties and shall be entitled to compensation as determined by the co-chairmen within the appropriations available therefor, except that such member who is serving in such capacity in a transient, occasional and incidental manner,

shall not be entitled to receive more than the actual and necessary expenses incurred in the

discharge of his duties. The task force shall engage in such research studies and other activities as its co-chairmen may deem necessary

appropriate in the preparation and formulation of a reapportionment plan for the next ensuing reapportionment of senate and assembly districts and congressional districts of the state and in the utilization of census and other demographic

demographic and statistical data for policy analysis, program development and program evaluation

purposes for the legislature. The

co-chairmen of the task force may employ such personnel, experts and consultants as may be necessary for the performance of its work and shall fix their compensation

within the amounts appropriated therefor. The primary function of the task force shall be to compile

and analyze data, conduct research for and make reports and recommendations to the legislature, legislative com

missions and other legislative task forces. The task force, with the approval of its co-chairmen and

subject to guidelines submitted by the co-chairmen and approved by

by the temporary president of the senate and speaker of the assembly, may sell surveys, data, copies of tabulations and other special statistical compilations and materials to departments, agencies and other entities of federal, state

local government, of foreign countries, and to public benefit corporations,

other public, not-for-profit and private persons and agencies, upon payment of fees at least sufficient to pay the actual or estimated cost of such projects. In furtherance of such sale, the task force, with the

approval of its co-chairmen, may execute contracts for such purpose. Any contract executed heretofore by the task force the advisory task force on reapportionment, without

express statutory authorization, of a nature similar in import as the contract for sale herein authorized is hereby validated, ratified and confirmed

an exercise of the inherent power of such task force or such advisory task force to execute such contract. The co-chairmen shall take such action as shall be necessary to assure that any survey, data, tabulation, special statistical compilation or material made available for sale shall not identify the name of any corporation, company, association, firm, partnership, proprietorship, society, joint stock company,

individual, or other organization or entity. Moneys heretofore or hereafter received by or on behalf of

the legislative task force on demographic research and reapportionment from the sale of surveys, data, copies

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of tabulations and other special statistical compilations and materials available to such task force shall be deposited to the credit of the Legislative Computer Services Fund established by section 21 of chapter 257 of the laws of 1984. The moneys hereby credited to such fund may

made available for the legislative task force on demographic research and reapportionment and shall, when made available, be payable out of the state treasury on the audit and warrant of the comptroller in the manner provided by section 21 of chapter 257 of the

laws of 1984. The co-chairmen of the task force are hereby authorized and empowered to make and sign any agreements in the

and on behalf of the task force and to do and perform any acts that may be necessary, desirable or proper to carry out the powers, purposes and objectives of the

task force and the provisions thereof. The task force, with the approval of its co-chairmen, may

complete any contract executed and conduct any business undertaken or commenced by the legislature or the advisory task force

reapportionment pertaining to connected with the reapportionment and readjustment or alteration of senate and assembly and congressional districts prior to the enactment of these provisions into law, and the same shall be completed and conducted in the same manner and under the same terms and conditions and with the same effect as if completed and conducted by the legislature or such advisory task force.

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The task force may meet within and without the state, hold

public and private hearings and otherwise have all of the powers of a legislative committee under the legisla

tive law. The co-chairmen of the task force may request and receive

from any court, department, division, board, bureau, commission or agency of the state or any political subdivision thereof such assistance and data as will enable the task force to properly carry out its powers and

duties hereunder. Employees of the task force shall be considered to be em

ployees of the legislature for all purposes.

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For services and expenses (including liabilities incurred prior to April

April 1, 1992), including not more than $105,600 for the purposes of the assembly minority for liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1993, payable after audit by and

the warrant of the comptroller upon vouchers certified by the assembly co-chairman of such task force as pre

scribed by law
For services and expenses (including lia-

bilities incurred prior to April 1,
1992) of joint operations payable after
audit by and on the warrant of the comp-
troller upon vouchers certified by the
senate co-chairman and the assembly
chairman of such task force

as pre-
scribed by law

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1,267,079

Amount available for maintenance undistributed. ...

2,074,567

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

OTHER

LEGISLATIVE COMPUTER SERVICES FUND

For services and expenses relative to research, development, training of personnel and acquisition of support

directly related to data processing capabilities of the legislature funded by royalties and receipts from computer related operations

1,500,000

SENATE RECYCLABLE MATERIALS, INFORMATION SERVICES

AND CONFERENCE FUND

Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the con

trary, the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to receive for deposit to the credit of the Senate Recyclable Materials, Information Services and Conference Fund any revenues received by the Senate for purposes

authorized by this appropriation. For services and expenses including, but not limited to,

waste disposal, production and distribution of Senate documents and computerized information, expenses related to conferences sponsored by the Senate, to be funded by the sale of recyclable materials, fees received for the distribution of Senate documents and computerized information, and conference fees

or

50,000 LEGISLATURE AND JUDICIARY

ASSEMBLY RECYCLABLE MATERIALS, INFORMATION SERVICES

AND CONFERENCE FUND

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Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the con

trary, the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to receive for deposit to the credit of the Assembly Recyclable Materials, Information Services and Conference Fund any revenues received by the Assembly for purposes authorized by this appropriation. For services and penses including, but not limited to, waste disposal, production and distribution of Assembly documents and computerized information, expenses related to conferences sponsored by the Assembly, to be funded by the sale of recyclable materials, fees received for the distribution of Assembly documents and computerized information, and conference fees

or

50,000

GRANTS AND BEQUESTS FUND

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THE SENATE

For services and expenses relative to restoration of the

Senate Chamber and other purposes as funded by non-state grants

250,000

THE ASSEMBLY

For services and expenses relative to restoration of the

Assembly Chamber and other purposes as funded by nonstate grants

250,000

THE JUDICIARY

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$ The amount appropriated for any program within a major purpose within this schedule may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other program within that major purpose with the approval of the chief administrator of the courts who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee except that the total amount appropriated for any major purpose may not be increased or decreased by more than the aggregate of 5

of the first $5,000,000, 4 percent of the second $5,000,000 and 3 percent of amounts in excess of $10,000,000 of an appropriation for the major purpose. The allocation of maintenance undistributed appropriations made for later distribution to major purposes contained herein shall not be deemed to be part of such total increase or decrease.

Notwithstanding any other provision of law: (i) all state-paid nonjudicial employees shall be entitled to inconvenience pay in the manner and to the extent provided in section 1, subdivision 5, of chapter 820

percent

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of the laws of 1975; and (ii) for all other officers and employees of the courts. all judgments pursuant to section 20. chapter 860. laws of 1939. as amended, shall be paid from any funds expressly appropriated for the payment of judgments pursuant to such section.

The several amounts named in this section, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish the purposes designated by the appropriations, are hereby appropriated and authorized to be paid as hereinafter provided, to the respective public officers and for the several purposes specified, which amounts shall be available for the year beginning April 1, 1992.

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, monies hereby appropriated may be used in part to reimburse state-paid judges and justices, except those of city courts outside the city of New York, for transportation and travel expenses in accordance with section 222 of the judiciary law; provided, however, such reimbursement may be up to but not in excess of such maximum amount per day as the chief administrator shall prescribe by rule.

For services and expenses including travel outside the

state and the payment of liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1992, in accordance with the following schedule.

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Underlined items vetoed by the Governor. (See veto message at end of chapter.)

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