New York Judiciary Law
Salary of Stenographers Appointed by Justices of the Supreme Court Residing in the Second, Tenth and Eleventh Judicial Districts
§ 315. Salary of stenographers appointed by justices of the supreme court residing in the second, tenth and eleventh judicial districts.
1. The stenographers appointed pursuant to section one hundred and fifty-nine of this chapter, by the justices of the supreme court residing in the second and eleventh judicial districts shall receive an annual salary to be fixed by said justices, or a majority of them, in each such district and the expenses thereof shall be raised with the annual tax levy as a county charge.
2. Each stenographer appointed as prescribed in section one hundred fifty-nine of this chapter, by the justices of the supreme court for the tenth judicial district, shall receive an annual salary to be fixed by said justices, or a majority of them, at not to exceed six thousand dollars. Such salaries shall be audited by the state comptroller and paid by the state department of taxation and finance in equal monthly payments when certified to such comptroller by a justice of the tenth judicial district. The total amount of such salaries shall be apportioned by such department among the counties in the tenth judicial district. Such counties shall reimburse the state therefor. The time and method of such apportionment and the time and method of such reimbursement shall be as specified in section seventy-four of this chapter.