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may be deemed advisable to carry out the purposes of this act; and any new corporation that may be organized under the laws of the state of New York, to receive and become vested with the property and estate covered by the said fourth, fifth and supplemental mortgages, may become vested with the property and rights herein mentioned, and acquired by their deed or deeds of purchase under said proceedings of foreclosure, subject only to such liens as were not effected by said proceedings of foreclosure; provided however, that the Proviso. said mortgages hereinbefore mentioned and any sale as aforesaid to be had or made under or by virtue of the same or either of them, shall be subject to the contract made between “the Long Dock Company” and “the Hoboken Land and Improvement Company,” for a right of way for a railroad through the Bergen tunnel and lands of said Long Dock Company, and for other purposes as in said contract is mentioned, the said Hoboken Land and Improvement Company having under said contract advanced money for the construction of said tunnel.

2. And be it enacted, That the purchaser at such foreclo-on

sure sale, and said new corporation, when organized as herein o'

mentioned, shall hold and be vested with the property in-foot. cluded in said fourth and fifth mortgages, and said franchises, subject to the limitations, covenants and agreements relative thereto, made with the Long Dock Company or other corporations, before the date of said mortgages, that the New York and Erie Railroad Company would have been subject to, except so far as the parties in interest therein may be parties to and bound by the decree in any foreclosure suit, and also subject to the said contract between the Long Dock Company and the Hoboken Land and Improvement Company.

3. And be it enacted, That this act shall be operative upon to: the New York and Erie Railroad Company when they shall operative. file their acceptance thereof in the office of the secretary of state in this state.

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

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5. And be it enacted, That the legislature may at any time alter, amend, or repeal this act.

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AN ACT to change the name of Edward Broedersderff to Edward
Augustus.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That the name of Edward Broedersderff, of the city of Camden, in the county of Camden, be and the same is hereby changed to Edward Augustus, and by that name he shall possess and enjoy all the rights, powers and privileges which he would have possessed and enjoyed had he retained his original name of Edward Broedersderf; provided, that nothing in this act contained shall in any manner effect any matter, thing or transaction heretofore had by or with, in favor of or adverse to the said Edward.

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

Approved March 22, 1860.

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AN ACT in relation to unclaimed express freight in this state.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of Ho: the State of New Jersey, That it shall be lawful for any ex-" " press company chartered by this state, to sell at public auction any unclaimed freight, articles or goods not perishable, which may have been in their possession for six months or over, and when the owner or owners, consignee or consignees, are unknown, cannot be found, or refuse to receive such freight, articles or goods; and may in like manner sell all articles of a perishable nature in five days if such articles would depreciate in value by being longer kept; provided, that before such sale shall be made, public notice shall be given by six insertions in the newspapers, and by notices set up in at least three of the most public places of the neighborhood at which such freight, articles or goods were directed to be left, and where the sale is to take place, naming the articles to be sold, the name of the person to whom directed, if known, and the time and place of sale, at least five days before the time of sale; and in case of sale of perishable articles, such notice shall be sufficient, if so set up at least three full days, and also advertise one insertion in a newspaper printed in the immediate neighborhood.

2. And be it enacted, That every sale made as provided in sale, how.e. the foregoing section shall be made in some public place, be- ducted. tween the hours of ten o’clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon, and if the residence of the person to whom the article is directed be known, the company shall serve a copy of the notice of sale on such person before the sale; and it shall be the duty of every express company making a sale, as aforesaid, to keep a book in which shall be

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recorded a list of all articles sold by them, the price for which, and the name of the person to whom each article is sold, and the expenses of advertisement and sale, the name of the person or firm to whom it was directed, and the name of the owner and person by whom it was delivered to said company if known, and shall once in each year file a true transcript from said books in the office of the clerk of the county where such property is sold.

:* 3. And be it enacted, That the proceeds of said sale shall go first to defray the costs and expenses of said sale, and then to the account of freight and charges of the express company on said freight, articles or goods, and the balance, if there be any, shall be paid over to the legal owner or owners; and if no person or persons shall, within one year after the sale, claim the net proceeds thereof, then said company shall pay the same over to the overseer of the poor of the city, township or borough where such sale is made.

4. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately. Approved March 22, 1860.

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AN ACT to authorize the trustees of “the Lumberton Council, num

ber six, of the order of United American Mechanics,” to sell and convey certain real estate situate in the village of Lumberton, in the county of Burlington.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly ofo

the State of New Jersey, That Mahlon Tash, John Wright-isini

and Lorenzo D. Hammell, the present trustees of “the Lumberton Council, number six, of the order of United American Mechanics,” or their successors in office, be and they are

hereby authorized and empowered to sell and convey, either

at public or private sale, all that lot of land situate in the village of Lumberton, in the county of Burlington, which was conveyed by William Brick and Rosamond, his wife, to the officers and members of the unchartered institution known by the title of “the Lumberton Council, number six, of the order of United American Mechanics,” by deed bearing date the twenty-seventh day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, with the appurtenances, for the best price they can obtain for the same, and to execute a good and sufficient deed for the same to the purchaser thereof.

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

Approved March 22, 1860.

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