The Political Code of the State of New York

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Weed, Parsons, printers, 1859 - 607 Seiten

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PART III
101
List of officers to be published
116
GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING THE COMPTROLLER PAGE
119
ARTICLE II
123
Regents of the university
125
Their terms of office
126
Portwardens and officers of health of New York
127
Commissioners of excise
128
Commissioner of the St Regis Indians
129
Exchanging statutes with other states
131
Expenses
132
Person acting as governor
133
Custody of records
134
Preservation of original statutes and corrected copy
135
Distribution of statutes journals and documents
136
Census
138
Duty of marshals
139
Duty of county clerks
140
Penalty for refusing to give information
141
General duties of the comptroller
142
Oath to account
145
Repayment of moneys paid under mistake
146
Disposition of certain surplus moneys
147
Comptroller to purchase fuel c
148
Comptroller to issue notice to any person who has not accounted
149
Comptroller to settle accounts if rendered
150
Separate accounting with joint debtors
151
Powers of deputy comptroller
152
Deposits in the Manhattan Bank
154
Discharging the bond
155
Committee to audit treasurers accounts at close of fiscal year
156
Course of the examination 136
157
General duties of the state engineer and surveyor
158
New surveys of towns
159
Annual report
160
ARTICLE I
174
CHAPTER V
185
CHAPTER VI
193
Notice of neglect
202
Penalty for acting without oath or bond
203
Resignations to whom made
204
Governors power of removal
205
District attorney to inquire into charges
206
Notice of conviction
207
Temporary appointments by the governor
208
Vacancies in certain offices
209
Vacancy in office of commissioner of excise
210
Officers chosen to fill vacancies
211
Proceedings to compel delivery
212
TITLE II
213
Sandy Hook pilots VI Hellgate pilots VII New York portwardens VIII New York harbormasters IX Special regulations respecting the port of New Yo...
218
What waters are public ways
219
Use of nets c in the channel of the Hudson above New York city
220
Obstructions in the port of New York
221
Lines used for landing not to be drawn by machinery
222
Steamers to carry signals at night
223
Rafts on the Hudson to show lights
224
Penalty
225
Regulation of speed on the Hudson river
226
Owners liable for masters and engineers penalties
227
Definition
228
Notice to town clerk
229
Lumber mark
230
Defacing marks converting lumber
231
Sae of lumber found at Albany
232
Subsequent claim by the owner
233
Officers c entitled to salvage
234
Persons having wrecked property to deliver it to an officer
235
Duty of sheriffs coroners and wreckmasters
236
Claimant first to give bond
237
Salvage to be stated in writing
238
Notice of sale
239
Expense of notice
240
ARTICLE V
241
Office meetings and records
242
Powers of board
243
Examination of candidates
245
Security
246
Masters to state draught of vessel
249
Fees by whom payable
250
Complaints against pilots and others
251
Witnesses
252
Further duty of secretary and clerks
253
Portwardens to recommend
254
Charges against pilots
255
Tariff of pilotage
256
Pilots to have preference in certain cases
257
Others than pilots not to act as such
258
Suspension of wardens
259
Notice of proceedings
262
Fees
263
Special wardens at quarantine
264
Qualifications of harbormasters
265
Harbormasters to share duties and compensation
266
Payment and penalty for default
267
Duty of harbormaster respecting piers
268
Duty of harbormasters to enforce this regulation
269
Fees and penalties annual report
270
Ballast rubbish c
271
Protection of piers
272
Incumbrances removed
273
Storage at owners expense
274
Lighters
275
Duty of harbormasters and pilots
276
ARTICLE X
277
His powers
278
ERECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF BRIDGES PAGR
280
ARTICLE III
284
Duty of supervisors
287
Repairs in case there is not time for such application
288
Duties of overseers of highways
289
Sidewalks and trees
290
Penalties on overseers for neglect
291
Actions against railways corporations
292
Commissioners duties
293
Omissions in assessment roll to be supplied
295
Lands occupied by another than the owner
296
ARTICLE V
297
Notice to corporations
298
Record of private district
299
Highway labor on plankroads
300
Residents may apply labor to new road
301
Commutation
302
Penalties for loss of time substitutes
303
Mode of collection
304
Penalties collected to be set off against assessments
305
Supervisors to assess arrearages by tax
306
And pay over moneys unexpended
307
ARTICLE VI
308
A survey to be recorded and notice given
309
Applicant to give notice of route and of meeting of examiners
310
Commissioners to give owner notice of their meeting
311
Roads c across railways
312
Disagreement between commissioners of different towns
313
Commissioners when personally liable
322
Reference thereon
323
Report of commissioners and levying the expenses
324
Appeal from orders made under sections 497 or 501
325
ARTICLE VIII
326
Penalty for neglect
327
Proceedings if an encroachment is found
328
Gates across highways when allowed
329
Account of the gates and penalty for leaving open
330
Notice on bridges and penalty for disregarding
331
Powers of company
332
Annual report
334
Penalty for neglect
342
State and municipal authorities may make grants
343
Commissioners of highways may permit certain railways to cross public roads
344
Acquiring title by appraisal
345
Route to be fixed before construction
346
Company may alter their routes
347
Construction of crossings and intersections 317
348
Lines without the state
349
Agreement of adjoining owner to fence
350
Walking on railway track prohibited
351
Employees to wear badges
353
Baggage checks
354
Duty and liability of companies as to sleeping cars
355
Crossing signals
356
Intoxication of companys servants
357
Boat owner or master to furnish certificate of registry
358
Duty of collector
359
Name to be on each boat
360
To whom to be exhibited
361
Making a false bill knowingly is a misdemeanor
362
Certified copies of clearances
363
Fraud in clearance
364
Statement of passengers
365
Collectors duty
366
Commutation
367
Boats to turn to the right
368
Penalty
369
Application of proceeds
370
Boat may be detained
371
CHAPTER V
372
Special meeting of the supervisors
373
Action of the supervisors
374
Compensation of the commissioners
375
Acquiring lands by grant
376
ARTICLE II
382
Action of the board of supervisors
390
Use of highways
391
Completion of bridge and rates of toll
392
CHAPTER VII
393
Violation of recognizance
394
Vested rights not affected
395
Driver addicted to intoxication
396
Horses not to be run
397
Telegraph lines may be erected
398
TITLE IV
399
The standards
400
The unit of extension
401
The rod the mile and the chain
402
The barrel and the hogshead
403
Contracts construed accordingly
404
State superintendent may contract for construction of standards
405
Verification and transmission of standards S05 694 Cost of standards to be borne by the county 40
406
Marks upon the standards
407
FRAUDS AND PENALTIES
412
Qualification of auctioneer
414
Officer to give notice to comptroller
415
What goods may be sold by any one
416
ARTICLE III
417
Penalty
418
Suppression of mock auctions in New York city
419
Private sales on same day prohibited
420
ARTICLE IV
421
Exhibition of account and auctioneers oath
422
Partners and clerks oath
423
Affidavit of no sales
424
Auctioneers book to be examined
425
Poisoning fish
434
Weiglits and measures II Money
439
Time of meeting of commissioners of excise
440
Penalty for selling without license
445
Proceedings in case of violation of this chapter
446
Intoxicated persons to be arrested tried and punished
447
No liquor to be given to intoxicated persons
448
Habitual drunkards and paupers
449
Penalties how recovered
450
Damages for unlawful sale
451
Employees of incorporated companies
452
Meaning of inn and innkeeper
453
Giving credit for intoxicating drinks
454
Time
455
Application of proceeds
456
Persons other than railway and express companies
457
Proceeds
458
Registry of marriages
459
CHAPTER XVII
465
Collection of penalties
468
PAGE
471
Counties as bodies corporate
476
Service of subpæna
484
Adjournment bond to appear
485
Form and verification of accounts to be audited
486
Fees for subpænaing witnesses 437
487
The clerk his compensation
488
Clerk to make annual statement
489
Solitary cells for convicts
490
ARTICLE II
491
When to file bond in certain counties
492
Delivery of books papers and funds to successor
493
Application of recovery
494
Compensation from the state
496
Seal
497
THE GOVERNMENT OF CITIES
506
TITLE IV
512
ELECTION OF TOWN OFFICERS PAGR SECTION 980 Officers to be chosen
520
Proclamation
521
Illegal voting
522
Classification
523
Determination of result
524
Commissioners of highways
525
CHAPTER III
526
Collector to give bond
527
Constable to give undertaking
528
Proof of execution of constables undertaking
529
ARTICLE IV
536
The board
538
TITLE V
548
The order
551
ARTICLE II
558
The assessors
565
CHAPTER V
574
Formation of companies
576

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Seite 42 - Any amendment or amendments to this Constitution may be proposed in the Senate and Assembly ; and if the same shall be agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be entered on their journals with the yeas and nays taken thereon, and referred to the Legislature to be chosen at the next general election of Senators...
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