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BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF ALBANY,
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF JANUARY, 1812.
Passed February 8, 1812.
D York, represented in Senate and. Assembly, That David Thomas, of the county of Washington, be and he hereby is constituted and appointed Treasurer of this state, to continue in office until the eighth day of February, which will be in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen.
the town of Tully, in the county of Onondaga, passed
April 8th, 1811.? Passed February 8, 1812.
D York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That all that part of the first section of said act, that pro- . vides that a division of said town of Tully shall take place from and after the first Tuesday in April next, shall be and is hereby amended, so as that all the pow. ers and privileges granted to said towns of Tully and Spafford by said act, shall take effect and be in full force from and after the first Tuesday in March next, any law to the contrary notwithstanding.
of the act relative to Mortgages executed to the peo-
ontrary notwith uesday innd be in full
the Comptroller of this state is hereby authorised and required, in opening accounts in his office in pursuance of the act, entitled“ an act extending the benefits of the act, entitled “ an act relative to mortgages executed to the people of this state," against any person owning a part or subdivision of any lot of land purchased frum this state, for the proportionate part of the consideration due to the state on any such part or subdivision, (whether the same be due on bond or mortgage, or both) to give credit to such person for all such sum gr sums of money, as shall appear by satisfactory proof to have been intended to have been paid on any such part or subdivision, whether so specified in his receipt or not; and further, that when any person shall apply in pursuance of the provisions of said act, or of the act thereby extended, to pay off and obtain a discharge of any part or subdivision of a lot, the said Comptroller shall in like manner allow credits for such receipts as may have been intended to have been paid on such part or subdivision: Provided however, That in all cases the person obtaining such credits as aforesaid, and a certificate from the Comptroller, stating the amount remaining due (when any) on any such part or subdivision, shall thereupon deliver up his receipts, in order that they may be filed in the Comptroller's office: And provided also, That the provisions of this act shall be construed to extend only to the benefit of such persons as shall apply to have accounts opened in pursuance of said first recited act, for their respective parts of lots, and to the benefit of such as may already have paid the proportion due on their respective parts or subdivisions of lots: Provided however, That all ap. plications under this act shall be subject to the provi. sion in the act hereby amended.
CHAP. IV. An ACT for dividing the town of Junius, in the coun
ty of Seneca.
Passed February 14, 1812. I. D E it enacted by the people of the State of New:D York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That from and after the passing of this act, all that part of
order that they lso, That the prophe benefit of
the town of Junius, lying north of the division line of the townships of Junius and Galen, shall be and is hereby erected into a separate town by the name of Galen, and the first town meeting in the said town of Galen, shall be held at the dwelling-house of Jonathan Melvin ; and that all the remaining part of the said town of Junius shall be and remain a separate town by the name of Junius.
II. And be it further enacted, That as soon as may be after the first town meeting shall be held, the supervisors and overseers of the poor of the said towns of Junius and Galen, on notice first being given for that purpose, shall meet together and divide the money and poor belonging to the town of Junius, previous to the division thereof, agreeably to the last tax list, and that each of the said towns thereafter shall respectively maintain their own poor.
CHAP. V. An ACT altering the time of holding the Circuit Courts in the counties therein mentioned.
Passed February 14, 1812. D E it enacted by the people of the state of New
D York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That instead of the times appointed by the supreme court of judicature for holding the circuit courts in the present year in the several counties herein after mentioned, the same shall be held at the times following to wit : In the county of Niagara, on Tuesday the second day of June ; in the county of Genesee, on Friday thereafter ; in the county of Ontario, on the second Monday in June; in the county of Seneca, on the third Tuesday in June ; in the county of Cayuga, on the fourth Monday in June ; in the county of Onondaga, on the fifth Monday in June, and in the county of Madison, at the court-house in the village of Cazenovia, on the sixth day of July.