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189, 190

Juslices may order overseers to work on roads,

Page 110
Bridges in Goshen and Cornwall how to be repaired,

III
Forus in Uliter to be filled up and levelled,

II2
Carriages meeting, which of them is to give way to the other,

ibid.
Roads to places of embarkation, how to be laid out and maintained, 112, 113
Roads to be opened when deep snows fall,

113
All roads laid out and used for 20 years, to be considered as public roads, 164
Act for laying out, regulating, and keeping them in repair in certain
count es, amended,

458 to 460
When they may be laid out through gardens and orchards,

458
Hereafter laid out, to be four rods wide,

ibid.
HOMICIDE justifiable.
Persons killing others, in what cases to be acquitted,

337, 338
HUDSON, city of
Inhabitants thereof incorporated,
Officers how to be chofen or appointed,

190, 191
To take oaths,

194
Penalty for neglecting to accept an office,

191, 192
Marsnál, treafurer, colector and conitables to give fecurity, 192, 193
Common council to make bye-laws,

193
How and when to be convened,

ibid.
May fire officers and members for non-attendance, 194
May make, alter and repair itreets, &c.

ibid.
May establish ferries,

ibid.
May establish markets,

195
May ere& houses of correction, and an alms-house, ibid.
And gaols, and appoint keepers thereof,

195, 196
May licence tavern-keepers,

196
The mayor thereof to be clerk of the market and water-bailiff, 195
The mayor, in common council, to appoint porters and cartmen, &c. ibid.
In the absence of the mayor, the recorder velled with his power, 192
Freemen to vote money for public buildings and relief of the poor,

196
The mayor, recorder and aldermen to hold a court of common-

pleas,
The clerk of the city to be clerk of the court,

197
Subordinate officers to attend the judges, and execute their precepts, ibid.
Persons residing in the city four months, entitled to its privileges,

ibid.
Land under water granted to Jenkins and others,

198
Mayor's court, form of records therein,

308, 309
Diminution of their records may be alledged,
No execution to issue, until judgment figned,

ibid.
Manner of proceeding where special bail is not required, 341
Glass windows, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

426
Knockers, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

ibid.
Lamps, penalty for breaking or injuring them,

ibid.
Porches, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

ibid.
HUE and CRY,
When and by whom to be inade and pursued,

332, 335 336

196, 197

309

,

Page 334

149

DEMPTITATE or IDENTITATE NOMINIS,
MAY be maintained by executors or administrators,
May be brought by persons whose lands or goods are seized on account
of others of the same name,

354
IDEOTS,
Cannot make wills of lands,

387, 388
JENKINS, THOMAS,
Lands under water granted to him and others,

198
IMPEACHMENTS,
Court for the trial of them to be inflituted,

12
Court for the trial of them and correction of errors, constituted,
A seal to be devised and made for the court,

ibid.
Clerk of the court, how to be appointed,

ibid.
Form of process,

ibid.
Manner of proceeding upon impeachments,

150
Members of the court to be sworn,

12, 150
Power of impeaching officers velted in the aflembly,

ibid.
Persons impeached allowed counlel,

1)
INDEPENDENCE,
Declaration thereof,

i to s
Approved by the convention,

5
INDIANS,
Importance of peace with them,

13
Contracts for the sale of their lands not valid, unless made with confent
of the legislature,

13, 14
INFANTS,
Cannot make wills of lands,

387, 388
Their fathers may appoint guardians for them by deed or will,
Being fathers may appoint guardians for their children,

ibid.
INDICTMENTS,
For adhering to the enemies of this state, where and how to be taken, 27, 29
Such indictments to be returned to and tried in the supreme court, 29

INSPECTORS,
Of pot and pearl ashes, how to be appointed,
Of sole-leather, how to be appointed,

103
Of flour, how to be appointed,

162
INTEREST of MONEY. See Usury.

INTESTATES ESTATES.
See Administration. Administrators. Distribution. Femes Covert.

INVENTORY,
By whom and how to be taken and disposed of,

335
JOINT-TENANTS.
No estate in joint-tenancy to be claimed under any devise or convey-

ance, other than to executors or truftees, unless' declared to pass in
joint-tenancy,

207
ISSUES. See Exchequer.
What shall be confidered as issues,

353
Iuues may be fold and how the money to be disposed of,

405

390

101

408

JUDGMENTS,
Time of figning them to be set down on the margin of the record, Page 407
Time of fiing to be marked on the roll,

ibid.
To affect lands from the time of filing,

ibid.
To be docketted,

407, 408
Not to affect purchasers unless docketted,

JURORS and JURY.
Trial by jury established,

14
Venires to be awarded of the body of the county,

263
Qualifications of jurors,

264
Words to be incried in the venire,

264
Places of abode and additions of jurors to be inserted in the panel,

ibid.
Number of jurors to be summoned,

264, 265
Panels to be anexed to waits of habeas corpora and distringas, 265
To be summoned fix days before trial,

ibid.
To serve but once a year, except on struck juries and in mayors courts, 266
How to be chosen to serve on trials,

266, 267
Penalty fo: not attending,

267
How and in what manner to have a view,

267, 268
How to be chosen for a view,

ibid.
Such as have had a view to be first sworn,

268
Struck juries, how to be had,

ibid.
Manner of itriking them,

268, 269
Fees of furiking a jury by whom to be paid,

269
Between citizens and aliens, to be half citizens and half aliens, ibid.
Challenges for the state when to be made and how tried,

ibid.
Tales de circumstantibus where, when, and how to be awarded, 270
Juror taking any thing to give his verdict, to forfeit ten times as much, ibid.
Embraceors how to be punished,

270, 271
Jury may find a special verdict,

271
Firemen exempted from serving on juries,

ibid.
JUSTICE,
Not to be fold, denied, or deferred,

290
JUSTICES of the PEACE,
To have new commillions once at least in three years,

II, TZ
To pierent private lotteries and games of chance,

60
To be afligned in every county,

297
Their power and duty,

297 to 302
When and where to hold their sessions, See the several counties, 299
Fines imposed by them, to be reasonable,

ibid.
To certify recognizances to the next fellions,

ibid.
To take examinations of persons charged with treason or felony, and
bind wiinelles to appear,

299, 300, 350
How to proceed againit persons who live or go out of the county, 300, 301
Not liable to any action for indorsing a warrant,

302
Mayor, recorder and aldermen of the cities of New-York and Albany,
to have the power of juflices of the peace,

302
To find their indictments before juslices of gaol delivery,

ibid.
To preside at town meetings,

330, 331
Actions against them, in what cases to be laid where the fact was done, 343
in what cases to plead the general issue and recover double costs, ibid.

Their duty concerning vessels and goods cast on shore, Page 345, 346
May bail persons taken on fufpicion of felony,

350, 351,374
May try and punish persons for offences under grand larceny, 42., 4-5
May try
causes to the value of 101. See Ten Pounds.

445 to 454

KING's

806

ING'S COUNTY.
FIREMEN of Brooklyn exempted from ferving as jurors,

271
Dutch church of Flat-Bulh to convey lands for an academy,

275
Courts of general sessions and common pleas, when and where to be
held,

KING'S DISTRICT,
Inhabitants thereof quieted in their pofleliions,

KIRKLAND, SAMUEL,
Land granted to him,

KLOCK, GEORGE,
And others, authorized to locate a tract of land,

287,288

56

286

LAND,

AND,
GRANTS thereof by the king of Great Britain, after 14th October,
1775, void,

13
Troops raised on bounties of land,

40, 47
A tract set apart for the army and others,

55, 124, 285
To be granted to Lamb's regiment,

125
Those entitled to lands to exhibit their claims within a certain time, 126,285
To be granted to Canadian and Nova Scotia refugees, 126, 285, 288
Certain lands not to be granted or located,

55, 56, 123, 124
Reserved for the use of the state, may be leased,

125
Watte and unappropriated, how to be disposed of and granted, 280
Two lots in each town reserved,

282
Certificates receivable on sales,

287
What lands subject to locations,

282
In southern ditt. ict not to be located or granted,

ibid.
Under water, to what characters and how to be granted,

284
In what cases to be granted to improvers,

ibid.
To be granted to Church and others,

ibid.
To James Deane,
To Abraham Wempe,

ibid.
To Samuel Kirkland,

286
To Baron Steuben,

288
Settlements within what time to be made,

285
Persons entitled on equitable claims, to fue out letters patent in a limited
time,

ibic,
George Klock and others to locate a certain tract,

287, 288
Granted by the fate, exempt from taxes,

289
All interests in land created by livery and seisin only, or by parol and

not in writing, except leases not exceeding three years, to be conti-
dered as leases at will,

384, 385

286

408

462

No interest therein to be granted or afligned but by deed or writing, Page 385
May be devifed by will except to corporations,

387
Liable to be fold on executions for debts or damages,

407
bound by judgments from the time of filing thereof,

ibid.
Bound by recognizance from the time of inrolling,
Out-lines of land sold by the state, when and by whom to be run,

LAND OFFICE,
Commiflioners thereof appointed,

280
Their powers,

ibid.
To name the townships ordered to be cold,

283
May grant lands under water,

284
To appropriate lands for Church and others,

ibid.
To appropriate lands for Canadian refugees,

285
To direct the form of letters patent,

287
To subdivide lots of Canadian and Nova Scotia refugees;

288
Fees allowed them and the secretary,

286
LARCENY.
What offences shall be petty larceny,

422
LAW,
Of this state,

13
LAWS,
Stile of those to be pafted by the legislature,

I 2
To be recorded,
Copies to be transmitted to congress, and to executive of each state,

24
LEA THE R.
Sole-leather to be inspected,

103, 104
Penalty for selling or using it uninspected,

104
LEGACIES
May be recovered in the court of probates,

367
LEGATEES,
How to proceed against others who have left this state, 119 to i 22
To take oaths of abjuration and allegiance in certain cases,

153
On payment of their legacies to give fecurity to refund,

367, 368
In what cafes to be admitted as witnesses to wills,

388, 389
LEGISLATURE,
To consist of an assembly and senate,

6
To send bills to council of revision,

ibid.
May pass bills notwithstanding objections,

ibid.
Not to institute any new court but such as shall proceed according to
the course of the common law,

14
Not to pass acts of attainder,

ibid.
When and where to meet, if not convened by proclamation,

208, 209
LESSEES. See Tenants.

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
When, by whom and how to be chosen,

10, 316 to 323
President of the senate,

IO
In what cases to administer the government,

ibid.
LOAN OFFICERS,
How and by whom to be appointed,

12, 243, 279

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