Each provision of law requiring a judge, clerk or other officer to transmit a paper
to another officer, for the benefit of a party, is to be construed as requiring the
transmission only at the request of the person so to be benefited, and upon payment
by him of the fees allowed by law for the paper transmitted, or any copy or certificate
connected therewith, and the expenses specified in section sixty-eight of the public officers law.
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