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LICENSES.
Under revised act of 1813–strong or spirituous liquors, . . . 562
Under the act of April 10, 1824-strong or spirituous liquors, .

665
Under the act of April 16, 1825—-strong or spirituous liquors, . . 673
Under the act defining and amending 2d section of act of April 10, 1824, passed
April 14, 1827, . .

. . 639
To be taken out from mayor, for theatres and circuses, &c., under act of April 29,
1829, . . . . . . .

696
How to be proved-under act of April 17, 1832, .
To be taken by persous dealing in old iron, brass, copper, tin, lead, and keeping

junk shops; pawnbrokers; keepers of ordinaries and victualling-bouses-

under act of January 23, 1833, . . . . . . 744
Under act of May 14, 1845—three commissioners appointed to license ferries, 903
Under act of May 13, 1816—for the sale of powder, . . . 911
Under act of July 11, 1851-of firewood, . . . . . 1074
Under act of April 9, 1853—all auctioneers to obtain licenses from mayor, and
give bond, &c.,

. . . 1102
Under act of June 28, 1853–in relation to the licensing and government of pi-
lots, . . . . .

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. . . 1139
Under act of April 4, 1854-in relation to stage routes, &c., . . 1162

1102

LIEN LAW.
An act for the better security of mechanics and others erecting buildings and fur.

nishing materials therefor, in the city and county of New York, passed July

11, 1851-general provisions, . . . . . . 1069
An act to amend an act, entitled “an act for the better security of mechanics and

others erecting buildings and furnishing materials therefor, in the city and
county of New York," passed July 11, 1851, passed April 13, 1855-addi-
tional provisions, . . . . . . . . 1198

LIENS.

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Certain assessments, expenses, &c., authorized by the mayor, &c, declared liens
upon real estate, by an act passed Feb. 21, 1824,

See COMMISSIONERS OF ESTIMATE AND ASSESSMENT.
See ASSESSMENTS.
See TAXES.
See EMIGRANTS.

LOAN OFFICERS.
An act respecting the loan officers of the city and county of New York, passed

January 30, 1832---mortgages may be assigned; officers to account, &c., 733
An act in relation to mortgages on premises in the city and county of New York,

taken by the commissioners for loaning certain moneys of the United States,
passed June 25, 1851-to be deposited in register's office,

. . 1028

MANHATTANVILLE.
An act to alter the map or plan of the city of New York in respect to certain

streets in that part of the said city koown as the village of Manbattanville

passed May 4, 1836--opening Vanhattan street and Lawrence street
An act to amend the charter of the Manhattanville Free School in the city of

New York, passed March 27, 1850, . . .

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997

MARINE COURT.
Of Justices' and Marine Courts; their jurisdiction; general provisions,
Under revised act, 1813-general provisions, .

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Marine Court; jurisdiction extended to $100, in certain actions, under act of
April 15, 1817, . .

617
An act to amend an act, entitled "an act to reduce several laws relating particu-

larly to the city of New York, into one act," so far as relates to the Justices'
Court in the said city, passed March 26, 1819-shall be called and known
by the name of the Marine Court of the city of New York; assistant jug-

tices not to bave jurisdiction; actions brought by seamen or mariners, &c., 629
An act to amend an act, &c., as far as relates to the Marine Court of the city of

New York, passed April 12, 1822—when trial by jury demanded; duty of

clerk; jurors, how drawn, &c., . .
An act in relation to the Marine Court of the city of New York, passed March

27, 1849—justices to be elected ; fees go to the city; salary ; general pro-
visions, . . . .

. . . 970
An act in relation to the Marine Court of the city of New York, passed April 17,

1852——three justices to be elected; clerk to be appointed; salaries of jus-

tices; jurisdiction of court, &c., . . . . . 1095
Under act of July 13, 1853–court to appoint necessary officers to attend it, &c., 1145
An act in relation to the Marine Court of the city of New York, passed July 21,

1853—-jurisdiction extended; powers of justices; costs, &c., . . 1165

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MARINE HOSPITAL.
Vested in commissioners of emigration, . . . . .
Salary of physician and assistants to, . . . . . .
Superintendent to report to board of health, ...
What alien passengers are to be received,
• Duty of commissioners of land office and health officers, in reference to a new es-

tablishment, &C., . . . .
An act to incorporate the trustees of the marine hospital, called the Sailor's Snug

Harbor, in the city of New York, passed February 6, 1806, .
See act passed April 2d, 1806, granting additional powers to mayor, &c.; general

provisions, .
An act to amend the act, entitled "an act to incorporate the trustees of the ma-

rine hospital, called the Sailor's Snug Harbor, in the city of New York,"

passed March 25, 1814-who declared trustees, &c., . ,
An act, further to amend the above act of March 25, 1814, passed April 19,

1828--to regulate lands ; erect marine hospital; Sailor's Suug Harbor; lease
lots, &c., .

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An act to provide for the support of the marine hospital, by transferring a portion

of the commutation fuud to that object, passed February 10, 1849, ,
An act to amend the several acts relating to the powers and duties of the com-

missioners of emigration, and for the regulation of the marine hospital, passed
April 13, 1853-general provisions, . . . .

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MARKET PLACE.
An act making certain alterations in the map or plan of the city of New York,

passed April 11, 1815-in reference to alterations of Union square and Mar.
ket place, . . . .

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An act making further alterations in the map or plan of the city of New York,

passed January 22, 1824-Market place given up; extending certain ave-
nues and streets, &c., . . . . . . .

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MARKETS.
An act authorizing the erection of public markets in front of public wharfs in the

city of New York, passed March 22, 1822—where and how erected,
An act authorizing the mayor, &c., to take possession of certain lands for a public

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market, passed April 11, 1827—between Spring, Washington, Canal and

West streets, in the Eighth ward; general provisions,
An act authorizing the mayor, &c., to erect a public market (Tompkins' market)

on Third avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets, and to lay out a street,
from Sixth to Seventh streets, fifty feet wide, one hundred feet east of Third

avenue, passed April 25, 1829, . .
An act to enlarge and improve Centre market, passed May 2, 1836, .

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MARSHALS.
Duty of marshals appointed to collect military fines, &c., . .
Duties of marshals in connection with public administrator, .
Number of marshals to serve process issued out of Justices' and Marine Courts,
Duties and fees, under act of, in relation to assistant justices, passed April 7,

1820, . . . . . . . . .
Special police justices authorized to appoint, from time to time, such constables

and marshals as may be deemed requisite for police officers—under act of

January 23, 1833,
Fees of special justices, constables and marshals-established by the act of April

30, 1833,
Duties, under act of April 18, 1843—for the collection of taxes, . .

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MASQUERADES.
An act for the prevention of masquerades, passed April 25, 1829,

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MAYOR, ALDERMEN AND COMMONALTY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK."
Responsible for moreys received by public administrator, &c.,
An act for the better government of the city of New York, and to grant certain

additional powers and rights to the mayor, aldermen and commonalty there.
of, and to explain, continue and amend the respective acts therein men-
tioned, passed April 2, 1806-containing powers in reference to piers, slips,
bridges, wharfage, police and health; destroying buildings to prevent fires;
powers of commissioners of alms-house and bridewell; competent wit.
nesses when mayor, &c, party; observance of Sabbath by tavern keepers;
recognizances to be taken in name of mayor, &c.; extinguishment of fires;
engineers and firemen; penalties; streets; pleading the act; beneficially con.

strued, &c., . . . . . . . . 423
An act authorizing mayor, &c., to appoint a clerk of the common council, 430
An act authorizing mayor &c., to reserve certain waters, &c., . , 441

See LANDS FOR PUBLIC USES-act of May 36, 1812, .
Salary of mayor, by revised act, 1813,

694
Additional powers granted to the mayor, &c., to make certain by-laws (under

revised act, 1813,) to regulate the following subjects: sees on distress for
rents; filling up grounds, cellars, &c.; completing bulkheads, &c. ; filling up
slips; cleansing sinks, &c.; interment of dead; boarding houses and
taverns; to appoint inspector of lots, &c.; estimation and assessment of ex-
pense of filling up slips, &c.; prohibiting sale of articles on Sunday; sup.
pressing gaming-houses; hackney coaches; taxing and destroying dogs;

sweeping chimneys; imposition of penalties for breach of by-laws;
An act authorizing the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New

York to create a public stock, passed March 24, 1820-creating a stock of
$400,000,

. . . 635
An act to vest certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the mayor, alder-

men and commonalty of the city of New York, passed April 22, 1834-cor-
poration may become owners of certain lands; authority to apply to Sa.

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preme Court for appointment of commissioners of estimate; their powers

and duties defined; and general provisions in taking private property, &c., 762
An act to authorize the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New

York to alter and regulate the plan of part of the said city, passed May 11,
1835-between Thirteenth street and Twenty-third street, the First avenue
and the East river, . . . . . .

782
An act to amend an act, entitled "an act to reduce several laws relating particu-

larly to the city of New York, into one act," passed April 20, 1839-in refer-
ence to the application and appointment of commissioners of estimate and
assessment; their powers and duties, and proceedings generally under said
act,

. . . . 817
An act to vest certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the mayor, alder

men and commonally of the city of New York, for certain purposes, passed
April 26, 1839-lands between 120th and 121st streets, on the west side of
Third avenue, . . . .

821
Under the act of April 11, 1842-the mayor, &c., authorized to pass by-laws for

the preservation and protection of the Croton water works, &c., . 852
An act to authorize the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New

York to purchase lands for taxes and assessment in certain cases, and for
other purposes, passed April 18, 1813, by a two-third vote--comptroller and
street commissioner authorized to bid in for the mayor, &c., any lands sold
for taxes and assessments, &c., .

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. 873
An act to authorize the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New

York to issue assessment bonds, passed April 16, 1852, three-fifths being
present to pay expenses in regulating and paving streets, &c., .

1097
An act to restrict and regulate the power of municipal corporations to borrow

money, contract debts, and loan their credit, passed July 21, 1853-general
provisions, .

. . . . 1151
Authorized to build a bridge over the Harlem river at Kingsbridge; by act of

April 13, 1855, . . . . . . . 1200

MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE.
Apportionment; division by board of supervisors, and boundaries of districts,

268

MILITIA.
of the first division district; organization, officers, &c., . , . 270
First and sixth brigades ; special provisions, . .

283
An act authorizing the purchase of an additional quantity of ordnance, arms and

ammunition for the use of this state, and for other purposes, passed April
8, 1808, . . . .

, 442
An act in relation to the first division and fifth brigade of the New York state
militia, passed April 14, 1855--general provisions, .

1208

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MILITARY.
First division; organization, officers, duties. &C., . , .
First and sixth brigades; special provisions, .

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An act for the erection of a state arsenal in the city of New York, passed March

19, 1808, . . . . . . . . .
An act authorizing the purcbase of an additional quantity of ordnance, arms and

ammunition for the use of this state, and for other purposes, passed April 8,

1808, . . . . . . . . . .
An act in relation to the first regiment of the first brigade of New York state

horse artillery, passed April 1, 1835-seven years' service a release from
jury duty,

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An act abolishing brigade courts-martial, and authorizing regimental courts-mar-

tial in lieu thereof, in certain cases, in the first and sixth brigades of New

York state artillery, passed May 7, 1840-powers of courts-martial, &c., 829
An act relative to the uniformed corps now organized and attached to the infan.

try of the city and county of New York, passed April 11, 1842—subject to
mayor; fines, &c.; privileges, &c.; evidence, &c., .

851
An act in relation to the first and sixth brigades of artillery in the city of New

York, passed May 6, 1844–privileges, &c., . . . . 879
An act for the relief of the survivors of the first regiment of New York volun-

teers, who served in the war with Mexico, passed July 10, 1851, " by a two

third vote”—appropriation from the state, . . . . 1068
An act to re-organize the first regiment of New York volunteers, and other sol.

diers engaged in the late war with Mexico, into an independent battalion for

ten years, passed June 17, 1853–organization and general provisions, 1126
An act in relation to the first division and fifth brigade of the New York state

militia, passed April 14, 1855-general provisions, , . . 1203

MOBS OR RIOTS.
An act to provide for compensating parties whose property may be destroyed in

consequence of mobs or riots, passed April 13, 1855, three-fifths being pres.
ent-city or county liable to action, recovery, &c.,

1201

MOCK AUCTIONS.
An act to punish gross frauds, and to suppress mock auctions, passed April 9,
1853 . . . . . . . . . 110%

MORTGAGES.
An act requiring mortgages of personal property to be filed in the town clerk's

and other offices, passed April 29, 1833—to be filed in register's office, New

York-general provisions concerning, . . . . 753
An act authorizing mortgagees to redeem real estate sold for taxes and assess

ments, passed May 14, 1840, . . . . . . 836
Provisions for redemption of land sold for taxes, under the act of April 18, 1843–

for the collection of taxes; notice to be given of redemption to mortgagees
&c. . . . .

856
An act authorizing the mortgages, taken by the commissioners for loaning cere

tain moneys of the United States, to be deposited in the register's office,
passed June 25, 1851, .

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
An act to restrict and regulate the power of municipal corporations, to borrow

money, contract debts and loan their credit, passed July 21, 1853–general
provisions, . . . .

1151

NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY.
An act to amend an act, entitled "an act to incorporate the New York and

Harlem railroad company," passed April 25, 1831, passed April 6, 1832–
road to be extended; general proions,

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NEW YORK JUVENILE ASYLUM.
An act to incorporate the New York Juvenile Asylum, passed June 30, 1851,

" three-fifths being present,"—trustees and title ; objects; board of directors,
to procure suitable buildings; what children may be taken; and general pro-
visions,

NOTARIES PUBLIC.
An act providing for the appointment of an additional number of notaries public

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