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. . 639
junk shops; pawnbrokers; keepers of ordinaries and victualling-bouses-
under act of January 23, 1833, . . . . . . 744
. . . 1102
. . . 1139
nishing materials therefor, in the city and county of New York, passed July
11, 1851-general provisions, . . . . . . 1069
others erecting buildings and furnishing materials therefor, in the city and
Certain assessments, expenses, &c., authorized by the mayor, &c, declared liens
See COMMISSIONERS OF ESTIMATE AND ASSESSMENT.
January 30, 1832---mortgages may be assigned; officers to account, &c., 733
taken by the commissioners for loaning certain moneys of the United States,
. . 1028
streets in that part of the said city koown as the village of Manbattanville
passed May 4, 1836--opening Vanhattan street and Lawrence street
New York, passed March 27, 1850, . . .
Marine Court; jurisdiction extended to $100, in certain actions, under act of
larly to the city of New York, into one act," so far as relates to the Justices'
tices not to bave jurisdiction; actions brought by seamen or mariners, &c., 629
New York, passed April 12, 1822—when trial by jury demanded; duty of
clerk; jurors, how drawn, &c., . .
27, 1849—justices to be elected ; fees go to the city; salary ; general pro-
. . . 970
1852——three justices to be elected; clerk to be appointed; salaries of jus-
tices; jurisdiction of court, &c., . . . . . 1095
1853—-jurisdiction extended; powers of justices; costs, &c., . . 1165
tablishment, &C., . . . .
Harbor, in the city of New York, passed February 6, 1806, .
rine hospital, called the Sailor's Snug Harbor, in the city of New York,"
passed March 25, 1814-who declared trustees, &c., . ,
1828--to regulate lands ; erect marine hospital; Sailor's Suug Harbor; lease
. . . . .
of the commutation fuud to that object, passed February 10, 1849, ,
missioners of emigration, and for the regulation of the marine hospital, passed
passed April 11, 1815-in reference to alterations of Union square and Mar.
. . . .
passed January 22, 1824-Market place given up; extending certain ave-
city of New York, passed March 22, 1822—where and how erected,
market, passed April 11, 1827—between Spring, Washington, Canal and
West streets, in the Eighth ward; general provisions,
on Third avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets, and to lay out a street,
avenue, passed April 25, 1829, . .
1820, . . . . . . . . .
and marshals as may be deemed requisite for police officers—under act of
January 23, 1833,
MAYOR, ALDERMEN AND COMMONALTY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK."
additional powers and rights to the mayor, aldermen and commonalty there.
strued, &c., . . . . . . . . 423
See LANDS FOR PUBLIC USES-act of May 36, 1812, .
revised act, 1813,) to regulate the following subjects: sees on distress for
sweeping chimneys; imposition of penalties for breach of by-laws;
York to create a public stock, passed March 24, 1820-creating a stock of
. . . 635
men and commonalty of the city of New York, passed April 22, 1834-cor-
preme Court for appointment of commissioners of estimate; their powers
and duties defined; and general provisions in taking private property, &c., 762
York to alter and regulate the plan of part of the said city, passed May 11,
larly to the city of New York, into one act," passed April 20, 1839-in refer-
. . . . 817
men and commonally of the city of New York, for certain purposes, passed
the preservation and protection of the Croton water works, &c., . 852
York to purchase lands for taxes and assessment in certain cases, and for
York to issue assessment bonds, passed April 16, 1852, three-fifths being
money, contract debts, and loan their credit, passed July 21, 1853-general
. . . . 1151
April 13, 1855, . . . . . . . 1200
MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE.
ammunition for the use of this state, and for other purposes, passed April
: : .
19, 1808, . . . . . . . . .
ammunition for the use of this state, and for other purposes, passed April 8,
1808, . . . . . . . . . .
horse artillery, passed April 1, 1835-seven years' service a release from
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
try of the city and county of New York, passed April 11, 1842—subject to
York, passed May 6, 1844–privileges, &c., . . . . 879
teers, who served in the war with Mexico, passed July 10, 1851, " by a two
third vote”—appropriation from the state, . . . . 1068
diers engaged in the late war with Mexico, into an independent battalion for
ten years, passed June 17, 1853–organization and general provisions, 1126
militia, passed April 14, 1855-general provisions, , . . 1203
MOBS OR RIOTS.
consequence of mobs or riots, passed April 13, 1855, three-fifths being pres.
and other offices, passed April 29, 1833—to be filed in register's office, New
York-general provisions concerning, . . . . 753
ments, passed May 14, 1840, . . . . . . 836
for the collection of taxes; notice to be given of redemption to mortgagees
tain moneys of the United States, to be deposited in the register's office,
money, contract debts and loan their credit, passed July 21, 1853–general
NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY.
Harlem railroad company," passed April 25, 1831, passed April 6, 1832–
NEW YORK JUVENILE ASYLUM.
" three-fifths being present,"—trustees and title ; objects; board of directors,