New York Judiciary Law
Stenographers Must Not Be Interested in Certain Printing Contracts
§ 293. Stenographers must not be interested in certain printing contracts. No stenographer of any court in this state shall be, or become, interested, directly or indirectly, as contracting party, partner, stockholder or otherwise, in, or in the performance of, any contract, work or business relating to the preparation or printing of any case, or any case and exceptions, or any case containing exceptions on appeal, or any bill of exceptions, or papers on appeal from non-enumerated motions, or briefs or points of counsel in any case in any court of this state. If any such stenographer shall be, or become, so interested in any such work of preparation or printing, unless the same shall be devolved upon him by law, he shall forfeit his office.