New York Judiciary Law
Apportionment of Stenographer’s Salary and Duplication of Stenographic Minutes
§ 304. Apportionment of stenographer’s salary and duplication of stenographic minutes. When, by provision of law, a justice of the supreme court of this state, by his order, in writing, duly entered in a county clerk’s office in the judicial district of said justice, apportions the stenographer’s salary among the several counties of said judicial district, or requires the duplication of any stenographic notes taken in said judicial district, no notice of the application for said order shall be adjudged necessary upon any board of supervisors in said judicial district, and the liability for compensation for such services shall be deemed fixed upon the performance of the work.