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as, the school district of the village of Millstone, by their trustees, have purchased another lot more suitable to the wants of the district, and erected a school house thereon ; and whereas, it is desired by the neighborhood that the lot first mentioned should be sold, and the proceeds applied to the uses of the school district-now,

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of Trustees anthe State of New Jersey, That the said John Van Doren and sell land. Peter N. Beekman, the trustees above mentioned, are hereby authorized to make sale and conveyance of the aforesaid lot of land for the best price that can be obtained for the same, and to execute a good and sufficient deed for the same.

2. And be it enacted, That the said John Van Doren and Peter N. Beekman shall pay over the proceeds of said sale to ver to trus' the trustees of the Millstone school district, for the use of the said district.

Approved March 17, 1860.

Proceeds of sale to be paid

tees.

CHAPTER CXXVII.

An act for the relief of Mary Hand, of the county of Cape May.

WHEREAS, Jeremiah Hand, a soldier and pensioner of the war Preamble.

of the Revolution, died on the twenty-fifth day of April, A. D. eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, leaving his widow, Mary Hand—therefore,

Treasurer authorized to pay Mary Hand fifty dollars.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That the treasurer of this state shall, and he is hereby authorized and required, to pay to Mary Hand the sum of fifty dollars per annum, to be paid half-yearly, on the first day of April and October, eighteen hundred and sixty, and the sum of fifty dollars per annum thereafter, during the term of her natural life, to be paid halfyearly, and the receipt of the said Mary Hand, or her order, shall be a sufficient voucher to the treasurer for such sum or sums of money as he may pay by virtue of this act, in the settlement of his accounts.

2. And be it enacted, That this act shall go into effect immediately.

Approved March 17, 1860.

CHAPTER CXXVIII.

AN ACT to extend the provisions of the act entitled, “ An act to

prevent horses, cattle, sheep and swine from running at large in the townships of Hackensack and Harrington, in the county of Bergen," approved February twelfth, eighteen hundred and fiftytwo, to a part of the township of Newton, in the county of Sussex.

Provisions of former act extended.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That the act entitled, “ An act to prevent horses, cattle, sheep and swine from running at large

in the townships of Hackensack and Harrington, in the county of Bergen,” approved February twelfth, eighteen hundred and fifty-two; and all of the benefits and provisions of said act be and the same are hereby extended to all that part of the township of Newton, in the county of Sussex, lying within the distance of a half mile of the court house in said county of Sussex.

2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately.

Approved, March 17, 1860.

CHAPTER CXXIX.

AN ACT to relieve the sureties of trustees.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of Court may or the State of New Jersey, That where the surety in any bond render an acgiven by a trustee shall discover or believe that such trustee plication vi is wasting or mismanaging the estate whereby the said surety may become liable to loss or damage, the court making the appointment, upon application of such surety, and upon sufficient reason therefor, may order and direct every such trustee to render an account of his or her trusteeship to such surety, and if it shall appear that such trustee has embezzled, wasted, misapplied, mismanaged, or not sufficiently secured said estate, in any such case the said court shall direct the said trustee to give separate security to his or her surety for the true payment of the balance remaining in his or her hands,

to be paid according to the trust, and on neglect or refusal it shall be lawful for the said court to revoke the trusteeship and grant the same to such person or persons having right thereto, or other person or persons as will give sufficient bonds in the usual form, and in such case it shall be the duty of the newly appointed trustee immediately to bring an action on the case against such removed trustee and hold him or her to bail, and in such action to recover the amount of all moneys, assets, rents, issues, and profits received by such trustee and not applied according to law, as well as all damages done or committed by such trustee in respect to the estate in his or her hands.

2. And be it enacted, That this act shall go into effect immediately.

Approved March 17, 1860.

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An Act to incorporate the “Trenton and Ewing Turnpike Com

pany.”

Names of corporators.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That all such persons as shall become subscribers to the capital stock hereinafter mentioned, their successors and assigns, shall be and hereby are ordained, constituted and made a body politic and corporate, in fact and in law, by the name of “The Trenton and Ewing Turnpike Company,” and that the following named persons, to wit:

capital stock.

James Brook, Edmond B. Hunt, Theodore W. Hill, James S. Sterling, Charles Brearley, Ambrose W. English, J. Forman Rose, or a majority of them, are hereby appointed commissioners to open subscription books and receive subscription to the capital stock, at such times and places as they or a majority of them may direct, giving notice thereof at least twenty day's prior to the opening of said books, by publishing the same in at least one newspaper published in Trenton.

2. And be it enacted, That the capital stock of said com- Amount of pany shall be ten thousand dollars, and shall be divided into shares of twenty-five dollars each; that at the time of subscribing to said stock, one dollar shall be paid upon each share subscribed for to the said commissioners, or any of them, which money shall be paid over to the treasurer of the said company so soon as one shall be appointed; that the residue of said stock shall be paid to the treasurer, in such install- . ments and at such times and places as the board of directors of said company shall from time to time direct; that upon failure of the payment thereof, as so directed, the said board shall have power to forfeit the shares of each and every person so failing to pay said installments, or any of them, to and for the use of said company.

3. And be it enacted, That the affairs of said company Election of dishall be managed by a board of nine directors, a majority of whom shall be a quorum for the transaction of business, but any less number may adjourn from time to time; that when one hundred shares of said stock shall be subscribed for, the said commissioners, or a majority of them, shall call a meeting of the said stockholders, giving at least ten days notice of the time and place of said meeting in the newspaper aforesaid, at which meeting the subscription books shall be laid before the stockholders, who shall thereupon proceed to elect by ballot nine directors for the term of one year, who shall be citizens of this state, of which election the said commissioners, or a majority of them, shall be the judges; and that at the expiration of said term, and annually thereafter upon like notice being given by the existing board of direct

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