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QUEEN'S COUNTY,
Courts of festions and common pleas, when and where to beheld, l'age 306
Ferries between Queen's and Westchester counties established, 172 to 174
Rates of ferriage,

173
Penalty for taking more,

173, 174
Richard Sands to erect a dock and perform certain covenants,

173
Penalty on persons not entitled to set up ferries, for carrying any per-
son or goods across the Eaft river for hire,

174
QUIT-RENTS.
Citizens may pay arrears of quit-rents in public securities,
May commute for quit-rents,

210, 211
Remitted during a certain period,
On forfeited eltates remitted,

213
Owner of divided lands may pay and commute for his share,

211
Persons not citizens may commute on paying specie,

ibid.
Value of quit-rent in kind how to be ascertained,

ibid.
Payable in sterling or proclamation money how to be estimated, 213, 214
When three years quit-rent is due, treasurer's duty,
On failure of payment, how treasurer shall proceed,
Duty of junior juslice of the supreme court therein,

ibid.
Sheriff's duty thereon,

212, 213
Deeds executed by sheriff declared valid,

212
Purchasers vested with an estate in fee-simple,

ibid.
Lands fold to be laid out in one piece,
Further time given for payment and commutation thereof,

432
Treafurer's duty respecting them. See Auditor,

432 to 434

210

211

212

213

RAPE

338

APE,
TO be punished with death,
Ravisher disabled to hold any inheritance or joint purchase,

295
A woman consenting to a ravisher disabled' to hold any inlieritance,
dower, jointure or joint purchase,

ibid.
Carnally knowing and abusing a female child under ten years old pun.
ishable with death,

338
Appeal thereof by whom to be sued,

349
RECOGNIZANCES. See Exchequer,
Taken by justices of the peace to be sent to the general feflions, 292
To be certified into the exchequer in default of appearance,

ibid.
Date of the enrollment to be set in the margin,

RECORDER.
See Albany. Hudion, New-York. Jullices of slic Pence.

RECORD S.
Certain records of patents to be transcribed,

208
Certain books of records to be re-bound,

RECOVERIES,
Proceedings thereon to be enrolled,
Not to be reverted for want of form in words,

1

380
38:

14

395 396

Writs of error thereon to be brought in five years,

Page 38
By covin against wife or husband and wife of her estate, void,

392
By covin or agreement against tenants by the courtesy or for life with-

out asient of the reversioners or remainder-men, void as to them, 395
May be falsified by leflees,

396
Recoverers to have remedy for rent or waste,

ibid.
REDISSEISIN,
Manner of proceeding therein,

402
REGISTERS. See Admiralty. Chancellor.

RELIGION,
Frec exercise thereof allowed,
Universal cquality between religious denominations,

98
RENTS
Allile of rent of tenements in different counties, how to be brought, 400

REVERSIONERS and REMAIDER-MEN,
May be received to defend their right,

393, 394
May have writs to recover lands loít by default of tenants,

394
May have writs of error on judgments against tenants,

ibid.
Not barred without their afient by recovery against tenants,

RICHMOND COUNTY,
Dogs, damages done by them how to be defrayed,

203, 204, 205
Tax hid on thein, and how to be collected,

204
Found worrying theep, may be killed,

204, 205
Damages done by them how to be ascertained and paid, 204
Owners in what cases to be sued for damages,

ibid.
Collectors to keep books, and pay monies to the county treasurer, 206
Penalty on collectors for neglect,

ibid.
Courts of sessions and common pleas, when and where to be lield,

RIGHT, writs of.
Proceedings upon writs of right regulated,
Form of writs for summoning electors of the grand aflise,

199
Qualifications of the electors,

ibid.
Challenge of the electors when to be made, and how tried,

ibid.
Electors when and how to be sworn,

ibid.
To make and return a panel of recognitors,

199, 200
Recognitors, how to be chosen, and their qualifications,

ibid.
Challenge of them when to be made, and how tried,
Writ to be issued to summon them,

ibid.
On their default, distringas to illue,

ibid.
Trials may be at circuit court,

ibid.
To be where the lands lie, or at bar,

ibid.
ROCKETS. See Fire-works. New-York.

306

199, 200

200

SANDS,

ANDS, RICHARD,
EMPOWERED to keep a ferry across the East river,
: To erect a dock, and perform certain covenants,

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SCHENECTADY.
Glass windows, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

Page 426
Kuockers, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

ibid.
Lamps, penalty for breaking or injuring them,

ibid.
Porches, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

ibid.
SCIRE FACIAS,
In what cases it may be had,

335, 395, 405, 406
SE AL S,
Great and privy seals, to what uses to be applied,

18
Of courts to be devised and made,

ibid.
Descriptions thereof, and of feals of certain courts, to be deposited and
recorded in the secretary's office,

19, 149, 201, 365
Of court for trial of impeachinents and correction of errors,

149
Of Exchequer court,
Of surrogates, how provided,

365
SECRETARY,
To record all acts passed by the legislature,

17
To attend the legislature to receive the laws,

ibid.
To be ex officio clerk of the council of appointment,
Buildings appropriated to his use,

69
To deliver to surveyor-general certain records and papers,

70
To furnish him with copies or extracts of records and papers, ibid.
To caufe records to be transcribed, and books rebound,

208
To give notice of non attendance of canvaslers,

324
S Ε Ν Α Τ Ε,
To confift of 24 members, elected for four years,

8
Senators, how divided, and what part to be annually chosen,

ibid.
Manner of chusing fenators,

18,323 10 325
Senators, how to be proportioned after cenfus is taken,
Not to adjourn for above two days without consent of the assembly, ibid,
To hold conferences with the ailembly when they disagree,

ibid.
To keep their doors open,

ibid,
To publith their proceedings,

ibido
Their number not to exceed one hundred,

ibid.
Lieutenant-governor to be president thereof,
In what cases to chuse a president,

fbid.
To enter objections of council of revision in their minutes,

6
President to deliver to the secretary such bills objected to by the council
of revision as pass last in the finate,

17
Freedom of speech, debate and proceedings, not to be impeached, 290
Their clerk to give notice of chusing governors and senators,

317
To appoint canvaffers of votes for governors and senators,

323
Senators, when to take their seats,

325
SESSIONS of the PEACE,
Wlien and where to be held,

19, 20, 299, 306, 307
Justices to charge grand juries to present offences against the set to
prevent private lotteries,

57
Proceedings not to be discontinued by a new cominiffion,

299
On appeals, may amend defects in form,

300
To punish offences concerning vefiels and goods cafton shorc;
To hear and determine complaints again foerifle and gaclers,

365

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346

263

SHERIFFS
To be annually appointed of substantial freeholders,

Page 11, 352
To hold no other office,

II
Not to hold their office above four years successively,

ibid.
From what places to compute mileage,

20, 21
To prevent private lotteries and games of chance,

60
When and how to account,

202, 209
No execution to issue against his body while in office,

203
To make returns to circuit court,
How to impauel and return juries,

264
To fummon juries six days before trial,

265
To deliver copies of panels to parties five days before trial,

ibid.
To procure a litt of persons qualified to serve as jurors,

266
Not to return any person, except on struck juries and in mayors courts,
who has served within a year,

266
Penalty for exculing any man for reward,

ibid.
To return book for striking juries,

268
To give fecurity for the faithful discharge of their office,

351
Not to hold pleas of admeasurement of dower or pasture,

294
To return juries to courts of general sessions,

299
To hold courts for demanding defendants upon exigents,

303
To
pronounce outlawries,

ibid.
To give notice of chulung governors and senators,

317
His duty relating to baliots for governors and fenators,

322, 323
l'analty for neglect, or corrupt conduct as to elections,
How to be punished for concealing or neglecting to arrest felons,
In wiat cafes, and how to let prisoners to bail,

339
How to take bail-bonds,

ibid.
Answerable for appearance of prisoners,

339, 340
To take fecurity for appearance,

340
Not to carry prisoners to taverns without their confent,

340
To take no fees but such as are allowed by law,

341, 352
Not to exact any reward for keeping any person out of prison, 341
To permit prisoners to send for nccellaries,

ibid.
Not to keep debtors and felons in one room,

341, 342
Penalty for offending against the act to prevent oppresion by arrells, 342
Not to make warrants for arrests without having writs,

ibid,
Pleadings in actions againlt thein concerning their offices,

343
Their duty concerning vellels and goods cast on shore,

345
What perions not bailable by them,

350
Manner of proceeding against them and their securities,

351, 352
To have the custody of gols, and appoint keepers thereof,

352
Tc appoint deputies in the supreme courts to receive writs,

ibid.
Penalty for neglect, or taking fees not due,

ibid.
"To give certificates of receiving writs, if required,

352, 353
Damages for not returning writs, how to be a flerted,

353
Answerable for such issues as they might have returned,

ibid.
Their power and duty in case of reliance,

ibid.
To sign their names to returns,

353, 354
horeceive felons from constables and other officers,

354
To acquit debiors for monies received on exchequer proces,

ibid.
Not to reize goods of persons accused, until conviction,

ibid.
Dexecule process of the court of prebates,

367

328
336

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408

408

278

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Perralty for disleising any person without writ,
To proclaim summons in real actions,

405
To indorse time of receiving executions,
How to keep prisoners for debt,

408, 410
Liable to debts of prisoners in execution, if they escape,
Penalty for voluntary escapes,

410
When and in what cases re-taking may be given in evidence,

ibid.
SL A V E S.
Owners of Naves entitled to bounty lands on their service,

42
And such slave after the service to be free,

ibid.
Of persons whole etates are forfeited, how to be maintained,

143, 278
Of persons attainted or convicted, manumitted,

SMITH, BENJAMIN,
Commissioners of sequestration of Ulster county, indemnified for felling
his effects,

30
SOLDIERS,
Persons purchasing of them arms, accoutrements or clothing, to forkeit

treble the value,
Not to be billetted on citizens without their consent,

291
SOLICITORS,
How to be appointed, licensed and regulated,

11
What persons to be admitted,

357
To take an oath,

ibid.
Those found in default to be pet out of the roll,

357, 358
Penalty for deceiving the court or party,
Not to bring suits for fees until eight days after bill delivered,

ibid.
What persons not to act as solicitors,

359
STABBING.
Killing by stabbing declared to be murder,

336, 337
SQUIB S. See Fire-works. New-York.

Ş T A G E.
Right of erecting and driving stage-waggons between the cities of New-
York and Albany, granted to Van Wyck and others, for ten years, 175

STATE AGENT,
Accounts of him and his deputies, how to be settled,

183, 184
His deputies allowed a commiflion instead of pay,

184
STEUBEN, Baron,
Land granted to him,

SUFFOLK COUNTY,
Courts of sessions and common pleas when and where to be held,
Town-meetings, when to be held in Huntington,

67
Horses, cattle, sheep or hogs, running or feeding on certain beaches
and islands, may be seized,

103
Penalty for burning the old grass or cutting the timber on certain beach-
es and islands,

ibid.
Trustees of Southampton may fence up certain roads,

157
SUMMONS,
In real actions to be proclaimed,

358

288

306

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