Chapter Law Document

YearBill
Number
Chapter NumberApprovedCategory
1998A11464 63012/18/1998Judges

Section:
III - Misc. State Pay & Benefits Legislation

Description:
AN ACT to amend the judiciary law, the executive law, and the legislative law, in relation to the compensation payable to judges and justices of the unified court system, to members of the legislature and to certain state officers; and to amend the New York city civil court act, in relation to the compensation of housing judges; and to repeal certain provisions of the judiciary law, executive law and legislative law relating thereto

Chapter Text:

EXPLANATION - Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets { } is old law to be omitted.

AN ACT to amend the judiciary law, the executive law, and the legislative law, in relation to the compensation payable to judges and justices of the unified court system, to members of the legislature and to certain state officers; and to amend the New York city civil court act, in relation to the compensation of housing judges; and to repeal certain provisions of the judiciary law, executive law and legislative law relating thereto

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

1. Article 7-B of the judiciary law is REPEALED and a new article 7-B is added thereto, to read as follows:
ARTICLE 7-B
COMPENSATION OF JUDGES AND JUSTICES OF THE UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM

220. COMPENSATION OF JUDGES AND JUSTICES TO BE A STATE CHARGE.
221. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS.
221-A. SALARY OF JUSTICES OF THE APPELLATE DIVISIONS OF SUPREME COURT.
221-B. SALARY OF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
221-BB. ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION OF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT; SERVICE IN APPELLATE TERM.
221-C. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS.
221-D. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE COUNTY COURT.
221-E. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE FAMILY COURT.
221-F. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE SURROGATE COURT.
221-G SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE CIVIL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK AND THE CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
221-H. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE DISTRICT COURT.
221-I. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE CITY COURTS OUTSIDE THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
222. EXPENSES OF JUDGES AND JUSTICES.
223. COMPENSATION OF DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATORS OF THE COURTS AND DEPUTY OR ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES.
224. COMPENSATION OF JUDGES ON TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENT.

220. COMPENSATION OF JUDGES AND JUSTICES TO BE A STATE CHARGE.
THE SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF JUDGES AND JUSTICES OF THE UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM, EXCEPT JUSTICES OF TOWN AND VILLAGE COURTS, SHALL BE PAID BY THE STATE SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION THIRTY-NINE OF THIS CHAPTER. SALARIES SHALL BE PAID IN TWENTY-SIX BI-WEEKLY INSTALLMENTS.

221. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. THE ANNUAL SALARIES OF THE CHIEF JUDGE AND ASSOCIATE JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

CHIEF JUDGE 156,000
ASSOCIATE JUDGE 151,200

221-A. SALARY OF JUSTICES OF THE APPELLATE DIVISIONS OF SUPREME COURT.
THE ANNUAL SALARIES OF THE PRESIDING JUSTICES AND ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE APPELLATE DIVISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

PRESIDING JUSTICE 147,600
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 144,000


221-B. SALARY OF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
THE ANNUAL SALARY OF A JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

JUSTICE 136,700

221-BB. ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION OF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT;
SERVICE IN APPELLATE TERM. A JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT WHO SHALL BE
DESIGNATED BY THE APPELLATE DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT TO SERVE IN AN
APPELLATE TERM IN THE MANNER PROVIDED IN SECTION EIGHT OF ARTICLE SIX OF
THE CONSTITUTION SHALL RECEIVE, IN ADDITION TO HIS OR HER JUDICIAL SALARY AS ESTABLISHED BY LAW, THE SUM OF THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS ANNUALLY AS
COMPENSATION FOR HIS OR HER SERVICES IN APPELLATE TERM.


S 221-C. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS.
THE ANNUAL SALARIES OF THE PRESIDING JUDGE AND JUDGES OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

PRESIDING JUDGE 144,000
JUDGE 136,700

221-D. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE COUNTY COURT.
THE ANNUAL SALARY OF EACH JUDGE OF A COUNTY COURT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

COUNTY

ALBANY 131,400
ALLEGANY 119,800
BROOME 119,800
CATTARAUGUS 119,800
CAYUGA 122,700
CHAUTAUQUA 119,800
CHEMUNG 119,800
CHENANGO 119,800
CLINTON 121,200
COLUMBIA 119,800
CORTLAND 119,800
DELAWARE 119,800
DUTCHESS 125,600
ERIE 125,600
ESSEX 119,800
FRANKLIN 119,800
FULTON 119,800
GENESEE 119,800
GREENE 119,800
HAMILTON 119,800
HERKIMER 119,800
JEFFERSON 119,800
LEWIS 119,800
LIVINGSTON 119,800
MADISON 119,800

MONROE 125,600
MONTGOMERY 119,800

NASSAU 136,700
NIAGARA 119,800
ONEIDA 119,800
ONONDAGA 125,600
ONTARIO 119,800
ORANGE 125,600
ORLEANS 119,800
OSWEGO 119,800
OTSEGO 119,800
PUTNAM 131,400
RENSSELAER 119,800

ROCKLAND 125,600
ST. LAWRENCE 119,800
SARATOGA 119,800
SCHENECTADY 119,800
SCHOHARIE 119,800
SCHUYLER 119,800
SENECA 119,800
STEUBEN 119,800
SUFFOLK 136,700
SULLIVAN 127,000
TIOGA 119,800
TOMPKINS 122,700
ULSTER 131,400

WARREN 119,800
WASHINGTON 119,800
WAYNE 119,800
WESTCHESTER 136,700
WYOMING 119,800
YATES 119,800

221-E. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE FAMILY COURT.
THE ANNUAL SALARY OF EACH JUDGE OF A FAMILY COURT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

COUNTY

ALBANY 119,800
BROOME 125,600
BRONX 136,700

CHAUTAUQUA 119,800
CHEMUNG 119,800
DUTCHESS 125,600
ERIE 125,600
FULTON 119,800
GENESEE 119,800
HERKIMER 119,800
JEFFERSON 119,800
KINGS 136,700
MONROE 125,600

MONTGOMERY 119,800
NASSAU 136,700
NEW YORK 136,700
NIAGARA 119,800
ONEIDA 125,600
ONONDAGA 125,600
ORANGE 125,600
OSWEGO 119,800
QUEENS 136,700
RENSSELAER 119,800
RICHMOND 136,700
ROCKLAND 125,600
ST. LAWRENCE 119,800

SARATOGA 119,800
SCHENECTADY 119,800
SUFFOLK 136,700
SULLIVAN 127,000
ULSTER 127,000
WARREN 119,800
WESTCHESTER 136,700

221-F. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE SURROGATE`S COURT.

THE ANNUAL SALARY OF EACH JUDGE OF A SURROGATE`S COURT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

COUNTY

ALBANY 119,800

BROOME 119,800
BRONX 136,700
CAYUGA 119,800
CHAUTAUQUA 119,800
CLINTON 121,200
DUTCHESS 135,800
ERIE 129,900
JEFFERSON 119,800
KINGS 136,700
MONROE 125,600
MONTGOMERY 119,800
NASSAU 136,700
NEW YORK 136,700

ONEIDA 119,800
ONONDAGA 135,800
ONTARIO 119,800
ORANGE 125,600
OSWEGO 119,800
QUEENS 136,700
RENSSELAER 119,800
RICHMOND 136,700
ROCKLAND 125,600
ST. LAWRENCE 119,800

SARATOGA 119,800
SCHENECTADY 119,800

STEUBEN 119,800
SUFFOLK 136,700
ULSTER 119,800
WESTCHESTER 136,700

221-G. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE CIVIL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK AND THE CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

THE ANNUAL SALARIES OF JUDGES OF THE CIVIL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK AND OF THE CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:


JUDGE OF THE CIVIL COURT 125,600
JUDGE OF THE CRIMINAL COURT 125,600


221-H. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE DISTRICT COURT. THE ANNUAL SALARIES
OF THE PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARDS OF JUDGES AND JUDGES OF THE DISTRICT
COURT IN NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTIES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:


DISTRICT COURT IN
NASSAU COUNTY
PRESIDENT OF THE
BOARD OF JUDGES 126,900
JUDGE 122,700

DISTRICT COURT IN
SUFFOLK COUNTY
PRESIDENT OF THE
BOARD OF JUDGES 126,900
JUDGE 122,700

S 221-I. SALARY OF JUDGES OF THE CITY COURTS OUTSIDE THE CITY OF NEW
YORK. THE ANNUAL SALARY OF EACH JUDGE OF A CITY COURT OUTSIDE THE CITY
OF NEW YORK SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS (WHERE THIS SECTION PROVIDES DIFFERENT
SALARIES FOR JUDICIAL POSITIONS ON THE SAME COURT HAVING THE SAME TITLE,
THE GREATER SALARY SHALL BE PAID THE PERSON HOLDING THE POSITION PAID
THE GREATER SALARY ON THE DAY IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE DAY ON WHICH
SUCH SALARIES TOOK EFFECT):

CITY TITLE

ALBANY CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
ALBANY CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800

AMSTERDAM CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
AUBURN CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
AUBURN ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
BATAVIA CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
BATAVIA CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
BEACON CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
BEACON ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800

BINGHAMTON CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
BUFFALO CHIEF JUDGE (FT) 115,100
BUFFALO CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
CANANDAIGUA CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
CANANDAIGUA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
COHOES CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
CORNING CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
CORNING ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
CORTLAND CITY COURT

JUDGE (FT) 108,800
CORTLAND CITY COURT JUDGE 13,600
DUNKIRK CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
DUNKIRK ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
ELMIRA CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
ELMIRA CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
FULTON CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
FULTON ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
GENEVA CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
GENEVA CITY COURT JUDGE 20,400

GENEVA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
GLEN COVE CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
GLEN COVE CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
GLOVERSVILLE CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
GLOVERSVILLE ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
GLENS FALLS CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
GLENS FALLS ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
HORNELL CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
HORNELL CITY COURT JUDGE 13,600

HUDSON CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
HUDSON ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
ITHACA JUDGE (FT) CITY COURT
JUDGE 108,800
ITHACA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
JAMESTOWN CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
JAMESTOWN ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
JOHNSTOWN CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
JOHNSTOWN ACTING CITY COURT

JUDGE 5,800
KINGSTON CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
KINGSTON CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
LACKAWANNA CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
LACKAWANNA CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
LOCKPORT CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
LOCKPORT CITY COURT JUDGE 13,600
LONG BEACH CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800

LONG BEACH CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
LITTLE FALLS CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
LITTLE FALLS ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
MECHANICVILLE CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
MECHANICVILLE ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
MIDDLETOWN CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
MIDDLETOWN CITY COURT
JUDGE 13,600
MOUNT VERNON CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 118,300

MOUNT VERNON CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
NEWBURGH CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
NEWBURGH CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
NIAGARA FALLS CHIEF JUDGE (FT) 115,100
NIAGARA FALLS CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
NIAGARA FALLS CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
NORWICH CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
NORWICH ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
NEW ROCHELLE CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 118,300

NEW ROCHELLE CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
NORTH TON-
AWANDA CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
OGDENSBURG CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
OLEAN CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
OLEAN ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
ONEIDA CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
ONEIDA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
ONEONTA CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
ONEONTA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800

OSWEGO CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
OSWEGO ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
PEEKSKILL CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
PEEKSKILL CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
POUGHKEEPSIE CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
POUGHKEEPSIE CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
PLATTSBURGH CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
PLATTSBURGH ACTING CITY COURT

JUDGE 5,800
PORT JERVIS CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
PORT JERVIS ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
RENSSELAER CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
RENSSELAER ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
ROCHESTER CHIEF JUDGE (FT) 115,100
ROCHESTER CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
ROME CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
ROME CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200

RYE CITY COURT JUDGE 40,800
RYE ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
SALAMANCA CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
SALAMANCA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
SARATOGA
SPRINGS CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
SARATOGA
SPRINGS ACTING CITY
COURT JUDGE 5,800
SCHENECTADY CITY COURT

JUDGE (FT) 108,800
SCHENECTADY CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
SHERRILL CITY COURT JUDGE 13,600
SYRACUSE CHIEF JUDGE (FT) 115,100
SYRACUSE CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
SYRACUSE CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
TONAWANDA CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400
TONAWANDA ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
TROY CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
TROY CITY COURT JUDGE 54,400

UTICA CHIEF JUDGE (FT) 115,100
UTICA CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 113,900
WATERTOWN CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 108,800
WATERTOWN CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
WATERVLIET CITY COURT JUDGE 27,200
WATERVLIET ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
WHITE PLAINS CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 116,800
WHITE PLAINS ACTING CITY COURT
JUDGE 5,800
YONKERS CHIEF JUDGE (FT) 119,500
YONKERS CITY COURT
JUDGE (FT) 118,300
S 222. EXPENSES OF JUDGES AND JUSTICES. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
PROVISION OF LAW, AND SUBJECT TO SUCH RULES AND REGULATIONS AS THE CHIEF
ADMINISTRATOR SHALL PRESCRIBE:
(A) EACH JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, EACH JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME
COURT, INCLUDING THE JUSTICES OF THE APPELLATE DIVISIONS THEREOF, AND
EACH JUDGE OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS SHALL BE REIMBURSED FOR HIS OR HER
ACTUAL AND NECESSARY TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES, AND SUCH OTHER TRAVEL

EXPENSES NOT TO EXCEED SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS PER DAY AS HE OR SHE SHALL
ACTUALLY AND NECESSARILY INCUR IN THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS OR HER JUDICIAL
DUTIES OUTSIDE THE COUNTY WHEREIN HE OR SHE IS PROVIDED CHAMBERS AND
OTHER THAN IN A COUNTY HAVING A POPULATION IN EXCESS OF SEVEN HUNDRED
THOUSAND OR IN A CITY HAVING A POPULATION IN EXCESS OF ONE MILLION, AND
NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN DOLLARS PER DAY IN A COUNTY HAVING A
POPULATION IN EXCESS OF SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND OR IN A CITY HAVING A
POPULATION IN EXCESS OF ONE MILLION. FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUCH REIMBURSE-
MENT OF EXPENSES, THE CITY OF NEW YORK SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE ONE COUNTY;
(B) WHEN ANY JUDGE OF THE COUNTY COURT, THE SURROGATE`S COURT, THE
FAMILY COURT, THE DISTRICT COURT, THE CIVIL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW
YORK OR THE CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK SHALL BE REQUIRED TO
PERFORM JUDICIAL DUTIES OUTSIDE THE COUNTY OF HIS RESIDENCE, HE OR SHE

SHALL BE REIMBURSED FOR HIS OR HER ACTUAL AND NECESSARY TRANSPORTATION
EXPENSES, AND SUCH OTHER TRAVEL EXPENSES NOT TO EXCEED SEVENTY-FIVE
DOLLARS PER DAY INCURRED OTHER THAN IN A COUNTY HAVING A POPULATION IN
EXCESS OF SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND OR IN A CITY HAVING A POPULATION IN
EXCESS OF ONE MILLION, AND NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN DOLLARS PER
DAY IN A COUNTY HAVING A POPULATION IN EXCESS OF SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND
OR IN A CITY HAVING A POPULATION IN EXCESS OF ONE MILLION. FOR THE
PURPOSE OF SUCH REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES, THE CITY OF NEW YORK SHALL BE
DEEMED TO BE ONE COUNTY.
S 223. COMPENSATION OF DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATORS OF THE COURTS AND
DEPUTY OR ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES. (A) A JUDGE WHO IS DESIGNATED
THE DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COURTS FOR THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
AND A JUDGE WHO IS DESIGNATED THE DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR OF THE

COURTS OUTSIDE THE CITY OF NEW YORK SHALL EACH RECEIVE AN ANNUAL SALARY
EQUAL TO THE ANNUAL SALARY PAID TO AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE APPELLATE
DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT.
(B) A JUDGE WHO IS DESIGNATED A DEPUTY OR ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE
JUDGE WITHIN THE CITY OF NEW YORK AND A JUDGE WHO IS DESIGNATED AN
ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE FOR A JUDICIAL DISTRICT OR COUNTY OUTSIDE THE CITY
OF NEW YORK SHALL RECEIVE, IN ADDITION TO HIS OR HER JUDICIAL SALARY,
THE SUM OF FOUR THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS ANNUALLY AS COMPENSATION
FOR HIS OR HER SERVICES AS AN ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE; EXCEPT THAT THE
PRESIDING JUDGE OF AN APPELLATE TERM SHALL RECEIVE, IN ADDITION TO ALL
OTHER COMPENSATION, THE SUM OF THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS ANNUALLY AS
COMPENSATION FOR HIS OR HER SERVICES AS AN ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE.
S 224. COMPENSATION OF JUDGES ON TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENT. EVERY

STATE-PAID JUDGE OR JUSTICE OF THE UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM WHO IS ASSIGNED
FROM THE COURT TO WHICH HE OR SHE WAS ELECTED OR APPOINTED TO ANOTHER
COURT OR WHO IS ASSIGNED TO PERFORM JUDICIAL DUTIES AT A LOCATION
OUTSIDE THE COUNTY OF HIS OR HER RESIDENCE OR, IN THE CASE OF A JUDGE OR
JUSTICE RESIDING IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, OUTSIDE SUCH CITY, SHALL,
DURING THE TIME OF SUCH ASSIGNMENT, RECEIVE EITHER THE COMPENSATION TO
WHICH HE OR SHE IS ENTITLED IN THE COURT TO WHICH HE OR SHE WAS ELECTED
OR APPOINTED, OR THE COMPENSATION RECEIVED BY A JUDGE OR JUSTICE IN THE
COURT OR LOCATION TO WHICH HE OR SHE IS ASSIGNED, WHICHEVER IS HIGHER.

2. Subdivision (f) of section 110 of the New York city civil court act, as amended by chapter 518 of the laws of 1994, is amended to read as follows:
(f) The housing judges shall be appointed by the administrative judge
from a list of persons selected annually as qualified by training,
interest, experience, judicial temperament and knowledge of federal,
state and local housing laws and programs by the advisory council for
the housing part. {Effective on the dates indicated, the} THE annual
salary of a housing judge shall be as follows:
{April 1, October 1, April 1, October 1,}
{ 1993 1993 1994 1994}
Judge { 83,094 87,188 91,282 95,376} $115,400
S 3. (a) All amendments to section 221-i of the judiciary law enacted
pursuant to chapter 463 of the laws of 1995 but not yet effective by

reason of the provisions of section 7 of such chapter shall be deemed
repealed.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 221-i of the judiciary
law, as added by section one of this act, where a judgeship is to be
abolished as provided in section 5 of chapter 463 of the laws of 1995
and, as of the effective date of this act, such judgeship has not been
abolished by reason of the provisions of section 7 of such chapter, the
incumbent in such judgeship shall receive an annual salary equaling his
or her annual salary as of the day immediately preceding the effective
date of this act increased by twenty and ninety-seven one hundredths
percent thereof.
S 4. Subdivision 1 of section 40 of the executive law, as amended by
chapter 908 of the laws of 1986, is amended to read as follows:

1. The head of the department of audit and control shall be the comp-
troller. He shall be paid an annual salary of one hundred {ten}
FIFTY-ONE thousand FIVE HUNDRED dollars.
S 5. Section 60 of the executive law, as amended by chapter 908 of the
laws of 1986, is amended to read as follows:
S 60. Department of law. There shall continue to be in the state
government a department of law. The head of the department of law shall
be the attorney-general who shall receive an annual salary of one
hundred {ten} FIFTY-ONE thousand FIVE HUNDRED dollars.
S 6. Subdivision 2 of section 169 of the executive law is REPEALED and
a new subdivision 2 is added to read as follows:
2. (A) EFFECTIVE JANUARY FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED NINETY-NINE, THE
ANNUAL SALARIES OF THE OFFICERS HOLDING THE POSITIONS INDICATED IN

SUBDIVISION ONE OF THIS SECTION SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: FOR THE POSITIONS
LISTED IN PARAGRAPH (A), $115,500; IN PARAGRAPH (B), $108,000; IN PARA-
GRAPH (C), $102,500; IN PARAGRAPH (D), $93,000; IN PARAGRAPH (E),
$86,000; AND IN PARAGRAPH (F), $77,000.
(B) NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OF THE FOREGOING PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION TO
THE CONTRARY, AN INCUMBENT IN A POSITION (I) LISTED IN FORMER SECTION
ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-NINE OF THE EXECUTIVE LAW IN EFFECT ON THE DAY PRIOR
TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SUBDIVISION, OR (II) LISTED IN THIS
SECTION, OR (III) COVERED BY A PROVISION OF LAW OTHER THAN SUCH SECTION,
SHALL NOT RECEIVE COMPENSATION IN AN AMOUNT LESS THAN SUCH PERSON
RECEIVED ON THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SECTION.
S 7. Subdivision 1 of section 5 of the legislative law, as amended by
chapter 141 of the laws of 1994, is amended to read as follows:

1. {Each} EFFECTIVE JANUARY FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED NINETY-NINE, EACH
member of the legislature shall receive a salary of {forty-three} SEVEN-
TY-NINE thousand FIVE HUNDRED dollars per annum. {Effective January
first, nineteen hundred eighty-nine, such salary shall be in the amount
of fifty-seven thousand five hundred dollars.} The salary of a member of
the legislature shall be payable in twenty-six bi-weekly installments.
S 8. Section 5-a of the legislative law is REPEALED, and a new section
5-a is added to read as follows:
S 5-A. ALLOWANCES FOR MEMBER SERVING AS AN OFFICER OF EITHER HOUSE OF
THE LEGISLATURE OR IN A SPECIAL CAPACITY THEREIN.

1. ANY MEMBER OF EITHER HOUSE OF THE LEGISLATURE SERVING AS AN OFFICER
OF HIS HOUSE OR IN ANY OTHER SPECIAL CAPACITY THEREIN OR DIRECTLY
CONNECTED THEREWITH SHALL BE PAID AN ALLOWANCE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
FOLLOWING SCHEDULE:

SENATE OFFICERS

TEMPORARY PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE ............................... 41,500
VICE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE ...................................... 34,000
DEPUTY MAJORITY LEADER FOR LEGISLATIVE OPERATIONS OF THE
SENATE .......................................................... 34,000
CHAIRMAN OF MAJORITY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
OF SENATE ....................................................... 27,500

MINORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE ................................... 34,500
DEPUTY MINORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE ............................ 20,500
CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE MAJORITY CONFERENCE ...................... 25,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE MINORITY CONFERENCE ...................... 16,500
SENIOR ASSISTANT MAJORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE .................. 25,000
ASSISTANT MAJORITY LEADER ON CONFERENCE OPERATIONS OF
SENATE .......................................................... 25,000
ASSISTANT MAJORITY LEADER FOR HOUSE OPERATIONS OF
SENATE .......................................................... 25,000
ASSISTANT MINORITY LEADER FOR POLICY AND
ADMINISTRATION .................................................. 16,500
MAJORITY WHIP OF THE SENATE ..................................... 22,000
MINORITY WHIP OF THE SENATE ..................................... 14,500

ASSISTANT MINORITY LEADER FOR CONFERENCE OPERATIONS ............. 14,500
ASSISTANT MINORITY LEADER FOR FLOOR OPERATIONS .................. 14,500
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE MAJORITY CONFERENCE ................. 22,000
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE MINORITY CONFERENCE ................. 14,500
SECRETARY OF THE SENATE MAJORITY CONFERENCE ..................... 22,000
DEPUTY MAJORITY WHIP OF THE SENATE .............................. 20,500
CHAIRMAN OF MAJORITY STEERING COMMITTEE OF THE
SENATE .......................................................... 20,500
SECRETARY OF THE SENATE MINORITY CONFERENCE ..................... 14,500
ASSISTANT SENATE MAJORITY WHIP .................................. 19,500
ASSISTANT SENATE MINORITY WHIP .................................. 13,000

SENATORS SERVING IN SPECIAL CAPACITY


CHAIRMAN OF SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE ............................ 34,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE FINANCE
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 20,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE .......................... 18,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE JUDICIARY
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 11,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE AGING COMMITTEE .............................. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE AGING COMMITTEE ................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE

COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF THE SENATE ALCOHOLISM
AND DRUG ABUSE COMMITTEE ......................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES COMMITTEE .............. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CODES COMMITTEE .............................. 18,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CODES COMMITTEE ............... 11,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE BANKS COMMITTEE .............................. 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE BANKS COMMITTEE ................ 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE .......................... 18,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE EDUCATION
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 11,000

CHAIRMAN OF SENATE ENERGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE ENERGY AND
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE ..................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE ETHICS COMMITTEE ............................. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE ETHICS COMMITTEE ............... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE HEALTH COMMITTEE ............................. 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE HEALTH COMMITTEE ............... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE ................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE LABOR COMMITTEE .............................. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE LABOR COMMITTEE ................ 9,000

CHAIRMAN OF SENATE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL
DISABILITIES COMMITTEE .......................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE MENTAL HEALTH AND
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COMMITTEE ............................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE INSURANCE COMMITTEE .......................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE INSURANCE
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE .................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE INVESTIGATIONS, TAXATION
AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE ............................. 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE INVESTIGATIONS,

TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE ..................... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CORPORATIONS, AUTHORITIES AND
COMMISSIONS COMMITTEE ........................................... 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CORPORATIONS,
AUTHORITIES AND COMMISSIONS COMMITTEE ............................ 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE ..................... 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE TRANSPORTATION
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE ........................ 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE AGRICULTURE
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE ................ 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CONSUMER PROTECTION

COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CITIES COMMITTEE ............................. 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CITIES COMMITTEE ............... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CIVIL SERVICE AND PENSIONS
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CIVIL SERVICE AND
PENSIONS COMMITTEE ............................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE COMMERCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
AND SMALL BUSINESS COMMITTEE .................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE COMMERCE,
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SMALL BUSINESS COMMITTEE ................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500

RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSERVATION COMMITTEE ........................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE CRIME VICTIMS,
CRIME AND CORRECTION COMMITTEE ................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE ELECTIONS COMMITTEE .......................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE ELECTIONS
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE ................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE HIGHER EDUCATION
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE HOUSING, CONSTRUCTION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE HOUSING, CONSTRUCTION AND
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE .................................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE TOURISM, RECREATION AND SPORTS
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ........................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE TOURISM, RECREATION
AND SPORTS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ................................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE VETERANS AND MILITARY AFFAIRS
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF SENATE VETERANS AND MILITARY
AFFAIRS COMMITTEE ................................................ 9,000
CO-CHAIRMAN OF ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS REVIEW
COMMISSION ...................................................... 12,500


ASSEMBLY OFFICERS

SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY ......................................... 41,500
SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE OF THE ASSEMBLY ............................. 25,000
MAJORITY LEADER OF THE ASSEMBLY ................................. 34,500
MINORITY LEADER OF THE ASSEMBLY ................................. 34,500
DEPUTY SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY .................................. 25,000
ASSISTANT SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY ............................... 25,000
ASSISTANT SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE OF THE ASSEMBLY ................... 22,000
MINORITY LEADER PRO TEMPORE OF THE ASSEMBLY ..................... 20,500
ASSISTANT MINORITY LEADER PRO TEMPORE OF THE
ASSEMBLY ........................................................ 18,000

CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON STANDING COMMITTEES ................ 22,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE ON
STANDING COMMITTEES ............................................. 18,000
DEPUTY MAJORITY LEADER OF THE ASSEMBLY .......................... 19,500
DEPUTY MINORITY LEADER OF THE ASSEMBLY .......................... 18,000
ASSISTANT MAJORITY LEADER OF THE ASSEMBLY ....................... 19,500
ASSISTANT MINORITY LEADER OF THE ASSEMBLY ....................... 18,000
ASSISTANT MINORITY LEADER ....................................... 18,000
MAJORITY WHIP OF THE ASSEMBLY ................................... 18,000
MINORITY WHIP OF THE ASSEMBLY ................................... 16,500

DEPUTY MAJORITY WHIP OF THE ASSEMBLY ............................ 16,500
DEPUTY MINORITY WHIP OF THE ASSEMBLY ............................ 15,000
ASSISTANT MAJORITY WHIP OF THE ASSEMBLY ......................... 15,000
ASSISTANT MINORITY WHIP OF THE ASSEMBLY .......................... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MAJORITY CONFERENCE .................... 16,500
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MINORITY CONFERENCE .................... 15,000
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MAJORITY CONFERENCE ............... 12,500
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MINORITY CONFERENCE ............... 11,000
SECRETARY OF THE ASSEMBLY MAJORITY CONFERENCE ................... 11,000
SECRETARY OF THE ASSEMBLY MINORITY CONFERENCE .................... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MAJORITY STEERING
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 15,000
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MAJORITY STEERING

COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MINORITY STEERING
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 14,000
VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MINORITY STEERING
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MAJORITY PROGRAM
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 15,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY MINORITY PROGRAM
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 14,000

ASSEMBLYMEN SERVING IN SPECIAL CAPACITY

CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE ................... 34,000

RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY WAYS AND MEANS
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 20,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY JUDICIARY COMMITTEE ........................ 18,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY JUDICIARY
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 11,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY CODES COMMITTEE ............................ 18,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY CODES
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 11,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY BANKS COMMITTEE ............................ 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY BANKS COMMITTEE .............. 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON CITIES ........................ 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON CITIES .......... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY EDUCATION COMMITTEE ........................ 18,000

RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY EDUCATION COMMITTEE ......... 11,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY HEALTH COMMITTEE ........................... 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY HEALTH COMMITTEE ............. 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS COMMITTEE ................ 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE ...................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE ........ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, JOB CREATION,
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE ................................. 18,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT,
JOB CREATION, COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE ................... 11,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION COMMITTEE ....... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSERVATION COMMITTEE ........................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY CORPORATIONS, AUTHORITIES
AND COMMISSIONS COMMITTEE ....................................... 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY CORPORATIONS,
AUTHORITIES, AND COMMISSIONS COMMITTEE ........................... 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY CORRECTION COMMITTEE ....................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY CORRECTION COMMITTEE ......... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY ETHICS AND GUIDANCE COMMITTEE .............. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY ETHICS AND GUIDANCE

COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEES COMMITTEE ........... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY GOVERNMENTAL
EMPLOYEES COMMITTEE .............................................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS COMMITTEE .......... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY GOVERNMENTAL
OPERATIONS COMMITTEE ............................................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY HOUSING COMMITTEE .......................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY HOUSING COMMITTEE ............ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY INSURANCE COMMITTEE ........................ 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY INSURANCE COMMITTEE .......... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY LABOR COMMITTEE ............................ 14,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY LABOR COMMITTEE .............. 9,000

CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY RACING AND WAGERING COMMITTEE .............. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY RACING AND WAGERING
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE .................. 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY SMALL BUSINESS COMMITTEE ................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY SMALL BUSINESS
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE ................... 15,000
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY TRANSPORTATION
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,500
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY VETERANS` AFFAIRS COMMITTEE ................ 12,500

RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY VETERANS` AFFAIRS
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY AGING COMMITTEE ............................ 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY AGING COMMITTEE .............. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF THE ASSEMBLY
ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE COMMITTEE .............................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON MENTAL HEALTH,
MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES ............... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON MENTAL HEALTH,
MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES ................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE ................. 12,500

RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
COMMITTEE ........................................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY REAL PROPERTY TAXATION COMMITTEE ........... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY REAL PROPERTY
TAXATION COMMITTEE ............................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY ELECTION LAW COMMITTEE ..................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY ELECTION
LAW COMMITTEE .................................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES COMMITTEE ............ 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY CHILDREN

AND FAMILIES COMMITTEE ........................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND PROTECTION
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND
PROTECTION COMMITTEE ............................................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY ENERGY COMMITTEE ....................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY ENERGY COMMITTEE ............. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY TOURISM, ARTS AND SPORTS DEVELOPMENT
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY TOURISM, ARTS AND SPORTS
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ............................................ 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY OVERSIGHT, ANALYSIS AND INVESTIGATION
COMMITTEE ....................................................... 12,500

RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY OVERSIGHT,
ANALYSIS AND INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE ............................. 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF ASSEMBLY OFFICE OF STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS .......... 12,500
CHAIRMAN OF MAJORITY HOUSE OPERATIONS ........................... 12,500
CHAIRMAN OF MINORITY HOUSE OPERATIONS ............................ 9,000
CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS REVIEW
COMMISSION ...................................................... 12,500

2. A. NO MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE MAY, AT THE SAME TIME, RECEIVE
PAYMENT OF MORE THAN ONE ALLOWANCE PROVIDED FOR IN THIS SECTION.
B. THE ALLOWANCES SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION SHALL BE PAID AT SUCH TIME
OR TIMES AS THE TEMPORARY PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE OR SPEAKER OF THE
ASSEMBLY SHALL DIRECT FOR THEIR RESPECTIVE HOUSES.

3. ANY MEMBER OF THE ASSEMBLY SERVING IN A SPECIAL CAPACITY IN A POSI-
TION SET FORTH IN THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE SHALL BE PAID THE ALLOWANCE SET
FORTH IN SUCH SCHEDULE ONLY FOR THE LEGISLATIVE TERM COMMENCING JANUARY
FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED NINETY-SEVEN AND TERMINATING DECEMBER
THIRTY-FIRST, TWO THOUSAND:

ASSEMBLYMEN SERVING IN SPECIAL CAPACITY

CHAIRMAN OF LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS ....................................................... 12,500
CHAIRMAN OF LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY .................................................... 12,500
CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON WATER

RESOURCE NEEDS OF NEW YORK STATE AND LONG ISLAND ........ NO ALLOWANCE
CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE ON
DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH AND REAPPORTIONMENT ...................... 15,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSEMBLY TASK FORCE ON FARM,
FOOD AND NUTRITION ............................................ 12,500
RANKING MINORITY MEMBER OF THE ASSEMBLY TASK FORCE
ON FARM, FOOD AND NUTRITION .................................... 9,000
CHAIRMAN OF THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON SKILLS
DEVELOPMENT AND CAREER EDUCATION .............................. 12,500
VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL RESOURCES ................................ 12,500
S 9. Use of appropriations. The comptroller is authorized to pay any
amounts required during the fiscal year commencing April 1, 1998 and for
fiscal years commencing thereafter by the foregoing provisions of this
act for any state department or agency from any appropriation or other
funds available to such state department or agency for personal service
or for other related employee benefits during such fiscal year. Such
amounts shall be treated as a liability for the fiscal year commencing
April 1, 1998, or any subsequent fiscal year thereafter, as the case may
be, to be payable from funds appropriated for such year. To the extent
that such appropriations are insufficient to accomplish the purposes
herein set forth, the director of the budget is authorized to allocate
to the various departments and agencies, from any appropriations avail-

able for the fiscal year commencing April 1, 1998 and for fiscal years
commencing thereafter the amounts necessary to pay such amounts.
S 10. Payments from special or administrative funds. If the compen-
sation to which officers and employees of the state are otherwise enti-
tled is payable from a special or administrative fund or funds, other
than the state purposes account, the local assistance account, or the
capital projects fund of the general fund of the state, the increase in
compensation to which such officers or employees are entitled under this
act shall be payable from such other fund or funds in the same manner as
such other compensation. If the amounts appropriated or allocable from
such other fund or funds are insufficient to accomplish the purposes of
this act, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to allocate
such additional sums from such other fund or funds as may be necessary

therefor; provided, however, that no transfer shall be made between two
or more of such funds.
S 11. Effect of participation in special annuity program. No officer
or employee participating in a special annuity program pursuant to the
provisions of article 8-C of the education law shall, by reason of an
increase in compensation pursuant to this act, suffer any reduction of
the salary adjustment to which he would otherwise be entitled by reason
of participation in such program, and such salary adjustment shall be
based upon the salary of such officer or employee without regard to the
reduction authorized by said article.
S 12. Date of entitlement to salary increase. Notwithstanding the
provisions of this act or of any other law, the increase of salary or
compensation of any officer or employee provided by this act shall be

added to the salary or compensation of such officer or employee at the
beginning of that payroll period the first day of which is nearest to
the effective date of such increase as provided in this act, or at the
beginning of the earlier of two payroll periods the first day of which
are nearest but equally near to the effective date of such increase as
provided in this act; provided, however, that for the purposes of deter-
mining the salary of such officer or employee upon reclassification,
reallocation, appointment, promotion, transfer, demotion, reinstatement
or other change of status, such salary increase shall be deemed to be
effective on the date thereof as prescribed in this act, and the payment
thereof pursuant to this section on a date prior thereto, instead of on
such effective date, shall not operate to confer any additional salary
rights or benefits on such officer or employee.

S 13. Deferred payment of salary increase. Notwithstanding the
provisions of this act or of any other law, commencing January 1, 1999,
and pending payment pursuant to this act of the basic annual salaries of
incumbents of positions subject to this act commencing January 1, 1999,
such incumbents shall receive, as partial compensation for services
rendered, the rate of compensation otherwise payable in their respective
positions on January 1, 1999. An incumbent holding a position subject to
this act at any time during the period from January 1, 1999, until the
time when basic annual salaries are first paid pursuant to this act for
such service in excess of the compensation actually received therefor

shall be entitled to a lump sum payment for the difference between the
salary to which such incumbent is entitled for such service and the
compensation actually received therefor. Such lump sum payment shall be
made as soon as practicable.
S 14. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part of this act
shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid
or unconstitutional, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invali-
date the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to
the clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part thereof directly
involved in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been
rendered.
S 15. The provisions of this act shall be controlling notwithstanding
any general, special or local law to be contrary.

S 16. This act shall take effect January 1, 1999.