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lars and sixty-one cepts, to be applied to the discharge of accounts to that amotint, stated to be due from the commissioners of fortifications to sundry carpenters, masons, cartmen aud laborers; and the said commissioners shall account with the comptroller for the ex. penditure of said money; and it shall be lawful for the comptroller, on the final settlement of the accounts of the commissioners of for. tifications, to allow the expeuses heretofore incurred by them for
taking care of the fortifications at the garrows. 1.500 dollars V. And be it further enacted, That the treasurer, on the warappropriated rapt of the comptroller, pay to the person administering the goveri.
des under the ment of this state, » sun or sums not exceeding fifteen huodred dol. • set of Feb.
lars for defraying the expenses which may be incurred in executing
lars for defraving the ex 10, 1818.
the act, entitled “ap act respectiog the settlement of the demands of this state against the United States," passed February 10th, 1818, including compensation to the agent appointed uoder said acts which compensation shall be determined by the person adinipistering the goveroment of this state, and an account of said expenses
shall be examined and audited by him. 1000 dollars VI. And be it further enacted, That the treasurer, on the warappropriated rant of the comptroller, pay to the order of the person administering ses under the the government of this state, a sum or suns pot exceeding obe 27, 1818.
be thousand dollars, to defray the expenses which may attend the car
rying into effect the provisioos of the act, entitled "an act of honor to
the memory of general Montgomery," passed 27th February, 1818. 2685 dollars VII. And be it further enacted, That the sum of two thousand appropriated six hundred and eighty.five dollars, be and the same is hereby apry's depart. propriated for the commissary's department, being the amount esincnt, &c.
limated by the commissary general to be requisite lo defray the expense of mounting field pieces, procuring caissons, harness and other pecessary articles, directed to be mounted aod procured by the person administering the goveroment of this state, and for detraying the expense of removing to proper places of deposit the arms and other munitions of war, to be received from the United States, and the commissary-general shall account with the comptroller for said appropriation, or so much thereof as may be drawn
out of the treasury.
a VIII. Anul be it further enacled, That the commissioners of the i lake land office of this state be, and they are hereby authorised and reChamplain eeded to the quired to cede to the United States the title and jurisdiction of this
state to the small island near Rouse's point, on lake Champlaio, called Island Point; also to the land under water opposite the same; . also to the land under water in the said lake, opposite to lols ouni ber sixty, sixty-one, sixty-two, sixty-three, sixty-four, sixty-five and sixty-sis, adjoining the said Rouse's point, the title and juris
diction of this state to which lots have have heretofore beea ceded Subject, &c. to tbe United States; subject however, to the like provisions and
restrictions as are contained in the first and second sections of this
Passed April 21, 1818. Be it enacted by the people of the state of New York, represented in senate and assembly, That all the right, title and interest of the people of this state, to the undivided moiety of the farm, whereof Anthony Stimmel died seised, situate in the town of Schaghticoke, in the county of Rensselaer, containing about one hundred and five acres of land, with the appurtenances, be and the same is hereby vested in Hendrich Miller, George Miller, William Miller and John Miller, the children and heirs at law of Hannah, the late wife of Anthony Stimmel, deceased, their heirs and assigns, as tenants in common: Provided, that nothing herein contained, shall be construed to prejudice the right or title of any other person, in and to the said premises,
CHAP. CCNC, AN ACT relative to the supervisors of the county of Seneca,
Passed April 21, 1818. Be it enacted by the people of the state of New-York, represented in senate and assembly, That the supervisors of the county of Seneca, shall be and they are hereby authorised and required, to direct to be levied on the freeholders and inhabitants of the said county, the sums authorized by law to be levied, for the building and completion of the court house and goal in said county, in two annual instalments, with interest from the passing of this act, in such proportions as they shall deem most expedient for the best interest of the county, and shall be allowed to hold extra meetings not to exceed three in any one year, for the purpose of performing their duties under this act, which meetings shall be notified to each member of the board by the clerk thereof, at the request of the last president, as to the time and place of holding them, ten days before the said meetings, unless such time and place as shall be agreed on at a previous meeting,and the commissioners appointed to superintend the said buildings, shall, before they receive from the treasurer of the said county any sum of money for the purpose aforesaid, give security, such as shall be approved by said supervisors, or a majority of them, for the faithful expenditure of the same : And further, that the plans and probable expense of the further erection and completion of said buildings, shall be submitted to the said board of supervisors at their usual meetings, and receive the approbation of said board, before the expenditures shall be applied by said commissioners.
NOTE_In this Index, for the names of persons to whom relief has
The reader will also please to note the following marks of reference
| Act annexing the Colonie to amended, 6 264,
| Police justices to account on oath, and
lation to stolen property,
c 278 | Act to improve the finances of, c 45
For the better improvement of cer-
Proceedings in case of opening streets
in the fifth ward,
| Drains and common sewers, expense
| Public markets may be placed in streets, ib.
Do. law repealed,
Ferries in fifth ward regulated, c 150
c 123 Firemen incorporated,
ALE, BEER AND PORTER,
a 288 Companies may be incorporated for
Allowed to hold real estate, a 232,6 282,c283
Holding real property to do militia duty,c 216
Allowance to him tor attendance as a
Certain waters in declared public
ALEXANDER, JOSEPH, and others,
To be credited a certain sum, c 301
From justices' courts in certain cases
- C 82
I APPRENTICES AND SERVANTS,
| Act concerning, amended,
6 82 At Hudson, incorporated,
REFERENCES-, 39th Session-1, 40 , 4ist.
T AUBURX STATE-PRISON,
See State Prison.
000 Act to amend the act to regulate sales
by, 6 12-Repealed,
c 296 BAIL-See Commissioners—Special Bail.
Niagara bank incorporated,
288, 6 299, c 295 Washington & Warren do.
63 New-York Franklin do.
c 295 | Aqueduct association at Catskill vest-
• 12 c 212
May receive an intcrest of seven per
cent on loans exceeding sixty.days, 5 306
b 347 17 per cent clause repealed,
Lansingburgh academy authorised to
hold stock in the bank of Lansing-
Act relative to bills less than the
amount of one dollar,
6 81 One third of the state deposits to be
bank, at Albany,
Manufacturing company in New York
charter amended, and style of the
c 96 company changed to that of the .
Middle district, act extended,
Orange county, act amended,
Banking powers prohibited unless ex-
pressly authorised by law, c 243
Jacob Barker's Exchange Bank, er.
cepted from general prohibition, for
of New-York, debt due the state time
of payment extended,
Allowed 20 dollars,
Act for the relief of, in town of Nor-
| Missionary incorporated,
c 162 BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY,