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247, 248

To receive of treasurer certain fums in bills of credit,

Page 242
To give fecurity and take an oath,

242, 243
To be bodies poliuc and corporate,

243, 244
To loan the bills on mortgages of real estates,

244
To ascertain the value of security offered,

ibid.
May adininifter an oath to borrowers,

ibid.
How to make loans and take inortgages,

244, 245, 250
Dying, or neglecting their duty, others to be chosen,

246
How to be discharged from office, if they defire it,

246, 247
To deliver monies, books and papers to succeflors, on oath,

247
Times of attendance,

ibid.
When to advertise and fell mortgaged premises,
Their duty in case of sales,

248
To profecute fraudulent mortgagors,

ibid.
Where to keep their office,

249
Their salaries,

ibid.
To retain their falaries out of interellt, and pay residue to treasurer, 249
Their accounts to be inspected yearly,

249, 250
May lend on fecurity of plate, and how,

250, 251
To carry bills remaining eight weeks in their hands to the next county, 251
All persons to have access to their books,

252
Form of mortgages to be taken by them,

252, 253
How to take and discharge mortgages,

245, 246, 254
Directions to them,

254, 255
Form of deeds to be given by them,

255, 256
Form of bond to be given by them,

256
On what conditions suits on their bonds shall be stayed,

ibid.
May examine persons on oath, as to title and value of land,

256, 257
LOTTERIES,
Deemed nuisances, and indictable, and prolibited,

57
Penalties on making them, or selling or buying tickets,
Adventurers therein to forfeit their prizes,
Adventurers therein drawing a blank, on informing against the pro-
moters, inay recover double the fum adventured, with double costs,

59
Conveyances in pursuance of lotteries void,

ibid.
Where several persons are concerned, penalties may be recovered
againft all or either of them,

ibid.
Justices and other civil officers to prevent them,

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LUNATICS,
Cannot make a will of lands,

387, 388

58

58, 59

MAGAZINES,
TO be established and maintained in every county,

MARINE SOCIETY,
Their name of incorporation allered,

MARSHAL See Admiralty. Hudson,

MARSHALS,
How to be punil:cd for concealing or neglecting to arrest felours,

280

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In what cases to plead the general issue, and recover double costs, Page 343
Actions against them to be laid where the fact was done,

343
MASTER and WARDENS of the Port of New York,
How to be appointed,

86
May impose fines on pilots for neglect,

87
Not to be concerned in pilot-boats,

88
To ascertain damages sustained by neglect of pilots,

88, 89
To furvey damaged goods and vessels,
To take an oath of office,

ibid.
To keep an office and a clerk in the city of New York,

89, GO
Their clerk to receive pilotage and pay pilots,

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To establish rates of pilotage in the Sound,

91
To give pilots printed instructions,

ibid.
Exempted from serving on juries,

ibid.
May appoint pilots on fpecial occasions,

91, 92
To sue for penalties on the act to prevent infectious distempers,

119
And to apply the money to support the light-house,

ibid.
MAYOR S. See Albany. Hudson. New-York. Juftices of the Peace.
MEASURES. See Weights and Measures.

MIL AGE,
From what places to be computed,

20, 21
MI LI TI A,
Officers to be appointed during pleasure,

11
To be armed and disciplined,
Regulated,

227 to 236
What persons liable to serve therein,

227
How to be armed, accoutered and arranged,

228, 229
How often to rendezvous,

229
May be ordered out in case of invasion or other emergency,

232
Wliat characters exempted from serving therein, 232, 233, 236, 456
Of Richmond, how to be formed,

234
How to be ordered out in time of invasion,

235
Disabled in service, how to be provided for,

ibid.
Disputes about age and ability, how to be determined,

227
Serjeants, corporals, drummers and fifers, how to be appointed, 228
Penalty on them for refusing to serve,

ibid.
Colours, how to be provided,

229
Adjutant-general, his duty and salary,

230
Inspectors of brigades how to be appointed, and their duty,

ibid.
Officers to report acceptance of appointments,

ibid.
How to be punished,

231
Their rank how to be settled,

231, 455
Their duty in case of insurrection,

235
Companies of light infantry how to be raised,
Courts martial of whom to be composed, and how to proceed, 230, 231
Fines on non-commissioned officers and privates,

232
How to be levied and disposed of,

232, 455, 456
For not obeying orders, and how to be levied,

235
Money to be paid in lieu of fervice by quakers,

233, 234
How to be collected and applied,

233, 234

228, 234

: 236

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Inhabitants of Washington and Montgomery counties, living above

30 miles from the parade, may be excused from attending regi-
mental and brigade parades,

Page 234
Military uniform,
Commissary of military stores to be appointed,

235
Light infantry may uniform in rifle-frocks and overalls,

454
Annual trainings may be by regiments,

454,455
Light infantry, cavalry and artillery to do duty together,

455
Not to continue together any longer than the other militia,

ibid.
Grenadier companies, how to be formed,

ibid.
Officers of companies to refide in their beats, except in the cities of
New-York and Albany,

ibid.
M I N E S,
Of gold and silver reserved to the state,

287
MINISTERS of the GOSPEL,
Not to hold any civil or military office or place,
Laws for raising a maintenance for them in certain counties re pealed,980 100

MISPRISION of TREASON.
What often ces shall be adjudged misprision of treason,

23,-346
Trial thereof to be according to the common law,

ibid.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY,
Courts of sessions and common pleas when and where to be held, 307
Highways how laid out, regulated and repaired, ---See Highways, 105
Act for regulating them amended,

458 to 4ho
Town-meetings and elections in Caughnawaga where to be held, 297

MORTGAGES,
To persons whose estates are forfeited, how to be paid and discharged, 155
To loan-officers, how to be taken, and the effect thereof,

244, 245, 246
MORTGAGORS,
Proceedings in equity againtt such as cannot be served with process, 157
Not appearing the bill to be taken pro confeffo, and a fale to be decreed, ibid.
On entering appearance before fale, fuperfedeas to issue,

158
May compel mortgagee to account within seven years,

ibid.
Brought into court, and refusing to enter appearance, the court to ap-
point a clerk to do it,

159
Chancellor may order premises to be fold without an appraisement, 405

MUR DER.
Poisoning declared to be murder and punishable with death,

336
Stabbing declared to be murder and punishable with death, 336, 337
Servant killing his master or a wife, her husband guilty of murder, 337
Appeal thereof when lufticient,

349
Persons acquitted within a year and day, not to be discharged,

349
Wife or heir of perfon flain, may fue appeal within a year and a day, 349,350

NATURAL

A TURALIZATION.
LEGISLATURE may naturalize foreigners,
Persons naturalized to take oaths of allegiance and abjuration,

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NEUTRAL S.
Commifitioners for detecting conspiracies to cause persons of equivocal

and lu'pected characters to come before them, and administer an oath
to them,

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And on refusal to take the oath, to remove them within the enemy's

lines, and certify their names to the secretary,
If any abscond to avoid the law, notice to be published in one or more

or the news papers, demanding them to appear, and not appearing,
to be deemed a refulal to take the oaib,

ibid.
Persons sent within the enų my's lines, or not appearing on such notice,
gul y cf misprision of treason, is found in the state,

ibid.
Their lands charged with double taxes,

ibid.
Commissioners, previous to removal, to notify the governor, who may
detain such purions for exchange,

ibid.
Double taxes not to be raited until special provision be made for it, 39

NEW COURTS,
Ncne to be erected but such as shall proceed according to the course of
the common law,

14
NEW-YORK, city of
Actions to the value of rol, how to be tried,

445 to 454
Alde mun to have the power of justices of the peace,

302
Ballo's for members of allembly, when and by whom to be canvased, 327
Buckets for extinguishing fires, how to be provided,
Buildings how to be regulared,

441, 44?
Clerks of elections of city officers, how appointed, and their duty 375
Collectors, certain perfonis exempted from firving as such,

420
Common council to act as fupervisors respecting loan officers, 260, 261
Consables to aslift in extinguishing forts,

413
What perfons exempted from serving as conftables,

413, 420
Court, mayor's, terms thereof lengthened,

Before whom to be held,
Form of records of judentenis therein, 308, 309
Diminution of records thereof may be alledged, 309
No execution to illue until judgment signed,

ibid,
Manner of proceeding where special bail is not required, 341
May try all transitory actions,

431
Court of general fellions, when to be held,
Chackers not to be fired southward of fresh water,

272
Cranage, rates thereof established,

92
Dempers, intietous, how preven:ed,
Drains, vaults and common sewers, how to be made,

443
Election of city oificers regulated,

374
Firemen exempted from ferving as jurors,

271, 413
How to be appointed and their duty,

412 to 414
Fires, act for better extinguishing them,

412
Fireworks not to be fired fouth ward of fresh water,

272
Freeinen, admitted before 14th October, 17-5, may vote for members
of alten bly,

321
Gla's windows, penalty for breaking or defacing them,
Tohods, obtaining them by false pretences how punilhed,
Goremor to have the charge of the fort and public buildings,

307
307, 308

306

117, 118

426
422

69

418

426

243; 260

Guns, not to be fired fouthward of fresh water,

Page 272
Highways, how to be laid out, regulated and repaired, 417 to 419

Penalty for injuring or obstructing them,
Nuisances therein, by whom to be removed,

419
Penalty for destroying trees therein,

ibid.
When carriages meet which to give way,

ibid,
Inspector of fole-leather, how to be appointed,

103
Inspectors of elections, how to be appointed,

317, 374
Jultices asistant to be appointed to try causes to the value of 101. 453
Knockers, penalty for breaking or defacing them,
Lamps, penalty for breaking or taking them down, or putting out the
lights,

ibid,
Linieed oil, where to be kept,

271, 272
Loan-officers, how to be chofen,
Lunber to be removed from wharfs,

94
Marshals to allift in extinguishing fires,

413
Mayor to have the power of a justice of the peace,

302
Money, obtaining it by false pretences, how to be punished,

422
Ofences under the degree of grand larceny, how to be punished, 422 to 424
Officers by charter, how to be chosen,

374 to 377
Overseers of pumps and we'ls, how to be appointed, and their duty, 415,416
Pistols not to be fired fouthward of fresh water,

272
Pitch, where to be kept,

271, 272
Poor money raised for supporting them, how to be applied,

420
Porches, penalty for breaking or defacing them,
Pumps and wells, how to be preserved,
Recorder to have the power of a justice of the peace,

302
Rockets not to fired fouthward of fresh water,

272
Rosin, where to be kept,

271,272
Sheriff to affif in extinguishing fires,

413
Shingles, where to be kept,

271
Slips, how to be regulated,

441, 442
Sole leather to be infpected,

103, 104
Spirits of turpentine, where to be kept,

271, 272
Squibs not to be fired souihward of fresh watcr,

272
Standard of weights and meafures, where to be kept,

77
Streets how to be regulated, repaired, paved and cleaned, 413 to 445
Supervisors appointed, and their duty,

420
Surveyors of buildings and Nreets, how appointed,

441, 442
Tar, where to be kept,

271, 272
Taxes, how to be rated, afteffed and levied,

419, 420
Turpentine, where to be kept,

271, 272
Vendue-masters, where to fell goods,
Wells and pumps, how to be preserved,
Wharfage, rate's thereof establish:ei,

92
Disputes about wharfage how to be settled,

92, 93
By whoin to be paid,

94
Wharfingers, how to be appointed, and their powers,

93, 94
Wharfs not to be incunbered, and how to be regulated,

94, 441
NEW YORK, ftate of.
The colory of New-York declared a free and independent state, 5
No authority to be excrcised but such as is derived from the reo;le, 6, 289

,

426

415, 416

65, 66
415, 416

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