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PUBLICATION OF SESSION LAWS.
§ 45. Publication of session laws; contents of published volumes of session laws. The secretary of state shall annually cause the session laws to be published as soon as possible after the adjournment of the legislature. Such volumes shall contain:
1. A statement of the names and residences of the governor, lieutenant-governor, senators and members of assembly, the presiding officers and clerks of both houses in office during each session.
2. The laws and concurrent resolutions passed at each session.
3. Amendments to the state constitution approved and ratified by the people at the last preceding general election.
4. Tables showing the laws and parts thereof amended or repealed by such laws.
5. Indexes of the laws and concurrent resolutions contained in such volumes.
6. Such other matters as are required by law to be published in such volumes.
Such laws, concurrent resolutions, tables, indexes and other matters so required to be published shall be prepared for publication in the state library under the supervision of the director thereof. Side notes or section headings shall be inserted indicating the subject-matter of the several sections of the laws and concurrent resolutions. Suitable references to existing general or consolidated laws, codes, or special or local laws may be made in foot notes or otherwise. The said director may submit to the state printing board changes in the style of execution as to type and paper, which, when approved by such board, shall be the style of execution to be thereafter followed in the publication of session laws. All contracts hereafter entered into for the printing of session laws shall be for terms of two years, and shall provide for the printing thereof in the style as so approved, and with the notes and references and in the form, and containing the matter, herein authorized or required. Each volume printed for the state shall contain the certificate of the secretary of state that it was printed under his direction. (Legislative law, L. 1909, ch. 37, § 45, as amended by L. 1911, ch. 272.)
List of Officers and Members of the Legislature.
NAMES AND RESIDENCES
OF THE GOVERNOR, SENATORS AND MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, THE PRESIDING OFFICERS
AND CLERKS OF BOTH HOUSES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK AT THE TIME OF THE PASSAGE OF THE LAWS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.
1 Thomas H. O'Keefe.
Oyster Bay. 2 Bernard M. Patten.
Long Island City. 3 Thomas H. Cullen.
Brooklyn. 4 Henry P. Velte.
Brooklyn. 5 William J. Heffernan.
Brooklyn. 6 William B. Carswell.
Brooklyn. 7 Daniel J. Carroll.
Brooklyn. 8 James F. Duhamel.
Brooklyn. 9 Felix J. Sanner..
Brooklyn. 10 Herman H. Torborg .
Brooklyn. 11 Christopher D. Sullivan.. New York.
New York city. 12 John C. Fitzgerald.
New York city. 13 James D. McClelland..
New York city. 14 James A. Foley.
New York city. 15 John J. Boylan.
New York city. 16 Robert F. Wagner.
New York city. 17 Walter R. Herrick..
New York city. 18 | Henry W. Pollock..
New York city. 1 Vice William Sulzer, removed from office pursuant to an order of the court of impeachment, Oct. 17, 1913.
19 George W. Simpson.
John W. McKnight. 30 | George H. Whitney. 31 Loren H. White.. 32 Seth G. Heacock. 33 James A. Emerson. 34 Herbert P. Coats... 35 Elon R. Brown. 36 William D. Peckham. 37 | Ralph W. Thomas.. 38 J. Henry Walters.. 39 Clayton L. Wheeler. 40 Charles J. Hewitt. 41 John F. Murtaugh. 42 Thomas B. Wilson. 43 John Seeley : 44 Thomas H. Bussey. 45 George F. Argetsinger. 46 William L. Ormrod. 47 George F. Thompson. 48 John F. Malone... 49 Samuel J. Ramsperger 50 Gottfried H. Wende. 51 Frank N. Godfrey.
New York city. New York city. New York city. New York city. Monsey. New Rochelle. Middletown. Towners. Milton. Menands. Castleton. Mechanicville. Delanson. Ilion. Warrensburg. Saranac Lake. Watertown. Utica. Hamilton. Syracuse. Hancock. Locke. Elmira. Hall. Woodhull. Perry. Rochester. Churchville. Middleport. Buffalo. Buffalo. Buffalo. Olean.
? Vice Henry Salant, originally seated on the face of the returns. A recount of the vote showed a plurality for Simpson, who was accordingly seated by the senate April 26, 1913. 3 Elected Nov. 4, 1913, vice Stephen J. Stilwell, removed from office May 24, 1913. * Elected Nov. 4, 1913, vice Franklin D. Roosevelt, resigned March 17, 1913.