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Concurrent Resolutions
county by way of Blue Mountain lake and Raquette lake, land
nothing shall prevent the state from constructing a state highway
in Essex county from Wilmington to the top of Whiteface
mountain.

The legislature may by general laws provide for the use of not Reserexceeding three per centum of such lands for the construction and more for

municipal maintenance of reservoirs for municipal water supply, for the water canals of the state and to regulate the flow of streams. Such reservoirs shall be constructed, owned and controlled by the state, but such work shall not be undertaken until after the boundaries and high flow lines thereof shall have been accurately surveyed and fixed, and after public notice, hearing and determination that such lands are required for such public use. The expense of any such improvements shall be apportioned on the public and private property and municipalities benefited to the extent of the benefits received. Any such reservoir shall always be operated by the state and the legislature shall provide for a charge upon the property and municipalities benefited for a reasonable return to the state upon the value of the rights and property of the state used and the services of the state rendered, which shall be fixed for terms of not exceeding ten years and be readjustable at the end of any term. Unsanitary conditions shall not be created or continued by any such public works. A violation of any of the provisions of Violathis section may be restrained at the suit of the people or, with the consent of the supreme court in appellate division, on notice to the reattorney-general at the suit of any citizen.

§ 2. Resolved (if the Senate concur), That the foregoing amend- Referred ment be referred to the legislature to be chosen at the next general election of senators, and in uniformity* with section one of article chosen fourteen of the constitution be published for three months previous election to the time of such election.

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STATE OF NEW YORK
IN ASSEMBLY Mar 17 1925
This bill was duly passed, a majority
of all the members elected to the As-
sembly voting in favor thereof, three-
fifths being present,
By order of the Assembly
JA MCGINNIES

Speaker

STATE OF NEW YORK

IX SESATE Mar 24 1925
This bill was duly passed, a majority
of all the Senators elected voting in
favor thereof, three-fifths being present.
By order of the Senate

S. LOWMAN

President

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTION of the Senate and Assembly pro- Proposed

posing an amendment to article seven of the constitution, in relation to the creation of a debt or debts of the state to pro- art. 7. vide moneys for the elimination of railroad crossings at grade.

Section 1. Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That article seven 14 of the constitution be amended by adding at the end thereof a new section, to be section fourteen, to read as follows:

§ 14. The legislature may authorize by law the creation of a Creation debt or debts of the state, not exceeding in the aggregate three hundred million dollars, to provide moneys for the elimination, ized.

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Concurrent Resolutions under state supervision, of railroad crossings at grade within the

state, at the expense of the state, railroad companies, cities, towns Appor- and villages. Of the expense of a grade crossing elimination to

which any of the proceeds of such a debt are applied, twenty-five per centum shall be borne by the state, twenty-five per centum by the city, town or village, and fifty per centum by the railroad company. Laws shall be enacted to provide, so far as practicable, for

repayment to the state of moneys advanced in aid of railroad moneys companies, cities, towns and villages, at such times, in such man

ner and with interest at such rate, that the state shall be able to roads and pay when due the portion of the state debt equal to the proceeds palities. which shall have been so advanced, and interest thereon. The proApplica- visions of this article, not inconsistent with this section, relating

to the issuance of bonds for a debt or debts of the state and the maturity and payment thereof, shall apply to a state debt or debts created pursuant to this section ; except that the law authorizing the contracting of such debt or debts shall take effect without submission to the people pursuant to section four of this article.

§ 2. Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the foregoing to people, amendment be submitted to the people at the general election in

the year nineteen hundred and twenty-five in accordance with the
provisions of the election law.
STATE OF NEW YORK

STATE OF NEW YORK
IN SENATE Mar 26 1925

IN ASSEMBLY Mar 27 1925
The foregoing resolution

duly The foregoing resolution was duly passed a majority of all the Senators passed a majority of all the members elected voting in favor thereof.

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Assembly voting By order of the Senate

favor thereof.
S. LOWMAN

By order of the Assembly
President.

JA MCGINNIES

Speaker.

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTION of the Senate and Assembly pro

posing an amendment to article seven of the constitution, in relation to the creation of a debt or debts of the state to provide moneys for the elimination of railroad crossings at grade.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:*

Section 1. Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That article seven of the constitution be amended by adding at the end thereof a new section, to be section fourteen, to read as follows:

$ 14. The legislature may authorize by law the creation of a debt or debts of the state, not exceeding in the aggregate three hundred million dollars, to provide moneys for the elimination, under state supervision, of railroad crossings at grade within the state, at the expense of the state and railroad companies, or of the state, railroad companies and one or more municipal corpora

tions. The term “municipal corporations," as used in this section, Appor means counties, cities, towns and villages. Of the expense of a tionment

grade crossing elimination to which any of the proceeds of such of expense.

a debt are applied, twenty-five per centum shall be borne by the

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Concurrent Resolutions state, twenty-five per centum by one or more municipal corporations, and fifty per centum by the railroad company, or companies, except that if a grade crossing elimination be on a state highway, fifty per centum of such expense shall be borne by the state and fifty per centum by the railroad company or companies. The legislature, by law, shall prescribe, or shall provide the manner for determining, whether the twenty-five per centum of expense herein required to be borne by one or more municipal corporations shall be borne wholly by one municipal corporation or apportioned between two or more, and, if so apportioned, the portion to be borne by each. Laws shall be enacted to provide for repayment Repay. to the state of moneys advanced in aid of railroad companies and ment municipal corporations, at such times, in such manner and with of moneys

advanced interest at such rate, that the state shall be able to pay when due the portion of the state debt equal to the proceeds which shall roads and have been so advanced, and interest thereon. The provisions of palities. this article, not inconsistent with this section, relating to the

Applicaissuance of bonds for a debt or debts of the state and the maturity tion of and payment thereof, shall apply to a state debt or debts created sions of pursuant to this section ; except that the law authorizing the con- art. 7. tracting of such debt or debts shall take effect without submission to the people pursuant to section four of this article.

§ 2. Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the foregoing Referred amendment be referred to the legislature to be chosen at the next to legisgeneral election of senators, and in conformity with section one choson of article fourteen of the constitution be published for three months previous to the time of such election. STATE OF New York

STATE OF NEW YORK IN SENATE, Mar 26 1925 The foregoing resolution duly The foregoing resolution duly passed a majority of all the Senators passed a majority of all the members elected voting in favor thereof.

Assembly voting in By order of the Senate

favor thereof.

By order of the Assembly
President.

JA MCGINNIES

Speaker.

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTION of the Senate and Assembly pro- Proposed

posing an amendment to article seven of the constitution, in amend, relation to the creation annually for ten years of a debt or art. 7. debts of the state to provide moneys for the acquisition of real property and the construction of buildings, structures or improvements.

Section 1. Resolved (if the Senate concur), That article seven of the constitution be amended by adding at the end thereof a new added. section, to be section fifteen, to read as follows:

§ 15. In addition to any other debt, authorized by or pursuant Creation to this article, the legislature, in each of the ten calendar years following the adoption of this section, may authorize by law the ized. creation of a debt or debts, not exceeding in the agregate in any such year the sum of ten million dollars, to provide moneys for the acquisition by the state of real property and for the construc

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Concurrent Resolutions tion of buildings, works and improvements for the state, or for any one or more of such objects. The provisions of this article, not inconsistent with this section, relating to the issuance of bonds for a debt or debts of the state and the maturity and payment thereof, shall apply to a state debt or debts created pursuant to this section ; except that the law authorizing the contracting of such debt or debts shall take effect without submission to the people pursuant to section four of this article.

§ 2. Resolved (if the Senate concur), That the foregoing amend-
ment be submitted to the people for approval at the general elec-
tion to be held in the year nineteen hundred and twenty-five, in
accordance with the provisions of the election law.
STATE OF New York

STATE OF NEW YORK
IN ASSEMBLY, Mar 27 1925

IN SENATE Mar 27 1925
This Sill was duly passed, a majority This bill was duly passed, a majority
of all the members elected to the As. of all the Senators elected voting in
sembly voting in favor thereof, three- lavor thereof, three-fifths being present.
fifths being present.

By order of the Senate
By order of the Assembly.

S. LOWMAN
J A MCGINNIES

President.
Speaker.

Proposed amendment to Art. 12.

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTION of the Senate and Assembly pro

posing an amendment to article twelve of the constitution, in relation to territory proposed to be annexed to a city.

Section 1. Resolved (if the Senate concur), That article twelve of the constitution be amended by adding thereto a new section to follow section seven, to be section eight, to read as follows:

§ 8. Annexation of territory to cities. No territory shall be annexed to any city until the people of the territory proposed to be annexed shall have consented to such annexation by a majority vote on a referendum called for that purpose.

§ 2. Resolved (if the Senate concur), That the foregoing amend

ment be referred to the legislature to be chosen at the next general chosen at election of senators, and, in conformity with section one of article

fourteen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the time of such election.

Referred to legis. lature

next election of senators.

STATE OF NEW YORK

IN ASSEMBLY, Feb 9 1925
This bill was duly passed, a majority
of all the members elected to the As-
sembly voting in favor thereof, three-
fifths being present.
By order of the Assembly
JA MCGINNIES

Speaker,

STATE OF NEW YORK

IN SENATE, Mar 26 1925 This bill was duly passed, a majority of all, the Senators elected voting in favor thereof, three-fifths being present. By order of the Senate,

S. LOWMAN

President.

DEED

CEDING TO THE UNITED STATES JURISDICTION OF

LAND IN FRANKLIN COUNTY

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That

WHEREAS, By section 52 of article 4 of chapter 59 of the consolidated laws' of the State of New York, it is provided that,

Whenever the United States, by any agent authorized under the hand and seal of any head of an executive department of the government of the United States, shall cause to be filed and recorded in the office of the secretary of state of the state of New York, certified copies of the record or transfer to the United States of any tracts or parcels of land within this state, which have been acquired by the United States for any of the purposes aforesaid," (i. e. the purpose of erecting thereon lighthouses, beacons, lighthouse keepers' dwellings, hospitals, sanatoriums, works for improving navigation, post-offices, custom houses, fortifications, or buildings and structures for the storage, manufacture or production of supplies, ordnance, apparatus or equipment of any kind whatsoever for the use of the army or navy, and any other needful buildings and structures,) "together with maps or plats and descriptions of such lands by metes and bounds, and a certificate of the attorney-general of the United States that the United States is in possession of said lands and premises for either of the works or purposes aforesaid, under a clear and complete title, the governor of this state is authorized, if he deems it proper, to execute in duplicate, in the name of the state and under its great seal, a deed or release of the state ceding to the United States the jurisdiction of said tracts or parcels of land as hereinafter provided;"

AND WHEREAS, The United States of America has caused to be filed and recorded in the office of the Secretary of State, by Charles E. Walsh, of 95 Central Avenue, Albany, New York, an agent duly authorized under the hand of the Director of the United States Veterans’ Bureau and the seal of the Veterans Bureau, a certified copy of deed, dated February 25, 1924, between Albert S. Hosley and Lavina M. Hosley, his wife, both of Tupper Lake, New York, parties of the first part, and the United States of America, party of the second part, conveying the following tract, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the town of Altamont, county of Franklin and State of New York, being all in Township Number Twenty-two, town of Altamont, Macomb's Purchase, Great Tract Number One, and bounded and described as follows:

BEGINNING at a point on the easterly limit of a Town road running northerly from the Wawbeek road, which road follows the westerly line of lot 102 of Township Number Twenty-two in said

1 State law (L. 1909, ch. 59) intended. The state law is ch. 57 of the consolidated laws.

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