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$185, subd. 5 amended.
one hundred and seventy-eight of the laws of nineteen hundred
4. Disposition of fees. The license fees above provided for
§ 4. Subdivision fivel of such chapter as amended by chapter one hundred and ten of the laws of nineteen hundred and twentythree," is hereby amended to read as follows:
5. Contents and power under. Said license shall be issued in the name of the commission, and be sealed with the seal of the commission or of the12 county, city or town in which the same is issued and be countersigned by the clerk issuing the same. Every license issued shall be signed by the licensee in ink on the face thereof. It shall entitle the person to whom issued to hunt, pursue and kill game animals, fowl and birds and trap fur bearing animals within the state at any time, when or place where it shall be lawful to hunt, pursue, kill and take such game animals, fowl and birds in this state.
The license shall not entitle the holder to hunt, pursue, kill or take such game animals, fowl and birds upon an Indian reservation unless the licensee be an Indian residing on such reservation. No such license shall be issued to any unnaturalized foreign born person, except by special license issued directly by the conservation commission.
§ 5. This act shall take effect immediately.
8 Added by L. 1912, ch. 318.
L. 1916, ch. 297; L. 1922, ch. 36.
Previously amended by L. 1913, ch. 508;
9 Following sentence, which was part of preceding sentence, formerly read: ", and the fees so received by the commission shall be remitted by the commission to the state treasurer as are fines and penalties."
10 Should read: "of section one hundred and eighty-five."
11 Added by L. L. 1922, ch. 381. amendments here
said ch. 353.
1912, ch. 318. Previously amended by L. 1913, ch. 508;
12 Words "commission or of the " new.
AN ACT to amend the conservation law, in relation to the tagging of elk, deer, pheasants, geese, ducks, quail and Hungarian partridge.
Became a law February 10, 1925, with the approval of the Governor. Passed, three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. Subdivision three of section three hundred and L. 1911, seventy-two of chapter six hundred and forty-seven of the laws of ch647, nineteen hundred and eleven, entitled "An act relating to conser- subd. 3 vation of land, forests, waters, parks, hydraulic power, fish and game, constituting chapter sixty-five of the consolidated laws," as amended by chapter two hundred and thirty of the laws of nineteen hundred and nineteen,' is hereby amended to read as follows: 3. Tagging. No elk, deer, pheasants, geese or ducks, killed as aforesaid, shall be shipped, transported, sold or offered for sale, unless each quarter and each loin of each carcass of such elk or deer, and each pheasant, geese or duck shall have been tagged under the supervision of the commission with an indestructible tag or seal, which shall be supplied by the commission. The quarters and loins of the carcass of such elk or deer, and the carcasses of such pheasants, geese or ducks, when tagged as aforesaid, may be possessed, sold or offered for sale at any time. Every game protector or person designated by whom such elk, deer, pheasant, geese or ducks shall have been tagged, shall, within five days thereafter, make and file with the commission a written report thereof, said tags or seals shall remain affixed as aforesaid until the quarters or loins of such elk or deer, or the carcasses of such pheasants, geese or ducks shall have been wholly consumed, and the sale of a quarter, loin, or any larger portion of any such elk or deer, or the carcass of any such pheas ant, geese or duck, which shall not at the time have affixed thereto the tag or seal aforesaid, shall constitute a violation of this section, provided, however, that the keeper of a hotel, a restaurant, a boarding house or a retail dealer in meat or a club, may sell portions of a quarter or loin of any such elk or deer, or of the carcass of any such pheasants, geese or ducks so tagged or sealed as aforesaid, to a patron or customer for actual consumption, and no license shall be required of such person or club.
§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
1 Added by L. 1912, ch. 318. Previously amended by L. 1914, ch. 92. : Words and intended for sale" omitted.
L. 1923, ch. 900, §§ 1, 3 amended.
AN ACT to amend chapter nine hundred of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-three, entitled "An act to provide for the construction of a highway bridge across the Hudson river at Poughkeepsie, between the counties of Dutchess and Ulster, and for the construction of approaches thereto, and making an appropriation therefor," in relation to the acquisition of real estate and easements, and disposition of tolls.
Became a law February 13, 1925, with the approval of the Governor. Passed, three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. Sections one and three of chapter nine hundred of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-three, entitled "An act to provide for the construction of a highway bridge across the Hudson river at Poughkeepsie, between the counties of Dutchess and Ulster, and for the construction of approaches thereto, and making an appropriation therefor," as amended by chapter seventy-nine of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-four, are hereby amended to read, respectively, as follows:
§ 1. The superintendent of public works is hereby authorized and directed to construct, across the Hudson river from such point in the city of Poughkeepsie to such point in the county of Ulster as he may select, a highway bridge for foot passengers and vehicular traffic, and necessary approaches, in accordance with plans, designs and specifications to be prepared by him or under his direction, subject to approval by the proper federal authorities. He and his duly authorized subordinates and agents may enter on thorized. any lands, waters and premises for the purpose of making surveys, Acquisition soundings and examinations. It shall be the duty of the boards of
Entry on lands au
of necessary real estate.
supervisors of the counties of Ulster and Dutchess to acquire the necessary real estate and easements for the construction of said bridge and its approaches, in their respective counties, upon the certification by the superintendent of public works of maps therefor; and the purchase price of such real estate and easements and the awards, costs and expenses of any proceedings to acquire the same shall be in the first instance1 a charge against, and paid by said counties by bond issue or otherwise. The counties may purchase the necessary real estate and easements if they are able to agree with the owners thereof, but otherwise the said counties are hereby directed, authorized and empowered to acquire such necessary real estate and easements in the manner provided by, and subject to the provisions, so far as practicable, of section one hundred and fifty to one hundred and fifty-four of the highway law, except that upon the filing of the oath of the commissioners in the office of the county clerk of the county, the title to the lands described in the petition and map filed in the office of the
2 Remainder of sentence formerly read: "by condemnation, under the condemnation law."
tion to be
county clerk shall vest in the state. Title to such real estate Title to and easements whether acquired by purchase or pursuant to state. such provisions of the highway law, shall be vested in the state, and if necessary, for such purpose, the board of supervisors shall convey the same to the state. The construction of such Construebridge and approaches shall be by contract, to be let, so far as by conpracticable, in the manner provided in section one hundred and thirty of the highway law, which section, so far as practicable, shall apply to contracts hereunder and to payments thereon. The state superintendent of public works may enter into a contract or Contracts. contracts for the construction of the approaches as soon as practicable but no contract shall be executed for the bridge until after the necessary consents and approvals of the federal authorities have been obtained. Any moneys appropriated for carrying out the Moneys provisions of this act shall be available for payments on such con- ated, availtracts and for the expense of surveys, soundings, plans, designs what purand specifications, advertising, investigations and for the employ- poses. ment of additional assistants and of experts and for communications and conferences with federal authorities, within or without the state.
§ 3. When such bridge shall have been completed, it shall be Control of under the jurisdiction and control of the superintendent of public works and shall be kept open to the public at all times upon payment of tolls or below the maximum rates
hereinafter provided. Such superintendent may erect toll toll.
3 Words whether acquired by purchase or pursuant to such provisions of the highway law," new.
4 Words superintendent of public works" substituted for words "state commissioner of highways."
5 Word "superintendent" substituted for word commissioner."
sheep and lambs, ten cents. Passengers in vehicles: adults, fifteen cents; children, five to twelve years of age, ten cents. Miscellaneous: bicycle and rider, twenty cents; saddle horse and rider, thirty cents; trailer on automobile or wagon, one dollar each; additional horses attached to vehicles, each, twenty cents; each additional foot over twenty feet in length of vehicles, ten' cents, proWhen tolls vided, however, that where the revenues to the state from such tolls, over and above the expenses of maintenance and operation. shall equal the entire investment of the state for original construction, and for the acquisition of real property and easements by the counties of Dutchess and Ulster, as herein provided, as shall be evidenced by certificate of the state comptroller filed in his office and a duplicate in the office of such superintendent of public works, the collection of such tolls shall cease and the bridge shall be maintained as a free bridge for the public, by such superintendApplication ent. Moneys from tolls received by such superintendent shall be lected to I paid into the state treasury as provided in section thirty-seven of payment of the state finance law until the amount so paid into the state treas
of tolls col
ury equals the entire investment of the state for original construction. Thereafter the suprintendent* of public parks shall retain such tolls and deposit the same in a bank or trust company, and annually, on or before the tenth day of October, shall pay to the treasurers of the counties of Dutchess and Ulster, respectively, the balance of such tolls and interest on account thereof to his credit on the first day of October preceding, in the proportions that the expense incurred by each of such counties for the acquisition of real property and easements bears to the entire expense so incurred by both of such counties for such purpose; and shall continue to make such payments until the entire original investment of such counties for the acquisition of real property and easements shall have been repaid. Moneys so received by the treasurers of such counties shall be applicable to the payment of the principal and interest of bonds, if any, issued for the purpose of acquiring such real property or easements, or shall otherwise be applicable to such county purposes as the board of supervisors, by resolution, shall determine.
§ 2 This act shall take effect immediately.
*So in original. [Word misspelled.]
6 Words “and for the acquisition of real property and easements by the counties of Dutchess and Ulster, as herein provided," new.
7 Words "superintendent of public works substituted for words "commissioner of highways."
8 Word "