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shall only be given upon legal proof being madé that such military company is organized and commissioned according to law; and every justice in said districts shall keep a record of all permits granted by him as aforesaid, which record shall always be open to the inspection of any person in said districts.

4. And be it enacted, That any person or persons who shall violate any of the provisions of this act, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined not exceeding one hundred dollars.

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

Approved February 15, 1860.

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1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That David Naar, of Trenton, New Jersey, be employed to execute the current printing of the senate and house of assembly during the present session thereof.

2. And be it enacted, That John Simerson, of Belvidere, Warren county, New Jersey, be employed to print the journal of the senate and appendix thereto, and the proceedings of

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joint meeting, with an index for the current year, in as compact a form as a proper execution of the work will admit. 3. And be it enacted, That James S. Yard, of Freehold, Minutes of New Jersey, be employed to print the minutes and appendix o'" of the house of assembly, with an index thereto for the current year; and that both the journal of the senate and minutes of the house of assembly shall be printed in every way to correspond in compactness and manner of execution and size of page, with a running head line, specifying the day and date of the month, as per sample of journal of the Wermont house of representatives of eighteen hundred and fiftytwo, now on file in the office of the secretary of state, of this State. 4. And be it enacted, That Andrew Mead, of Paterson, Laws. New Jersey, be employed to print the laws which shall be enacted at the present sitting of the legislature, in as condensed a form as a proper execution of the work will admit of, on large octavo pages, trimmed as directed by the secretary of state, and bound as per sample, filed with the secretary of state, and in all other respects, namely: printing, binding and paper to correspond with the sample of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, now on file in the office of the secretary of state. 5. And be it enacted, That before the treasurer shall pay **. for the printing hereby directed, the secretary of state shall audit the bills and certify to him in writing that the work has been executed in all respects as herein directed. 6. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately. Approved February 15, 1860.

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AN ACT in relation to what shall be considered a vacancy in the board of trustees of public schools.

Now 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of filled. the State of New Jersey, That whenever any trustee of any school district in this state shall depart, or has heretofore departed from said district, with the intention of being absent therefrom for the space of six months or more, and has not returned, his office of trustee shall be declared vacant, and the same shall be filled by an election according to law. 2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately.

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AN ACT to incorporate “the Warren County Farmers, Mechanics and Manufacturers' Association.

§s 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That James M. Ribble, Philip Mow.

rey, William P. Robeson, John C. Bennet, Samuel L. Shinner, Elijah Allen, William R. Sharp, Joseph Anderson, Philip H. Hann, Aaron O. Bartow, Isaac Wildrick, James K. Swayze, John Hoff, Nelson Vliet, and John H. Blair, of the county of Warren, and their associates and successors, shall be and they are hereby constituted a body politic and corporate, by the name of “the Warren County Farmers, Mechanics, and Manufacturers' Association,” for the purpose of improving the breed of stock, also agricultural, horticultural, and manufacturing arts of the state. 2. And be it enacted, That the said society shall, from time society may to time, have power to make, ordain, and establish such con- followstitution, by-laws, and regulations as they shall judge proper, for the designation of the officers of said society, the election of the same, for prescribing their respective functions and the mode of discharging the same, and for the transacting, managing, and directing the affairs of the society; provided, such Proviso. constitution, by-laws, and regulations shall not be repugnant to the constitution and laws of this state or of the United States. 3. And be it enacted, That the said corporation may pur-oil chase, use, hold, possess, and enjoy such real estate as shall** he necessary to promote the objects of the society; provided, Provis". that such real estate shall at no time exceed in value the sum of ten thousand dollars; and whenever it shall see fit, the said corporation may sell, mortgage, lease, and otherwise dispose of the same at pleasure.

4. And be it enacted, That all land or other property which so. may hereafter be owned by said society, and used for the pur-tor. pose of promoting the objects of said society, shall not be liable to have any taxes assessed and levied upon it for any purpose whatsoever; provided, that such personal estate shall** not exceed in value the sum of five thousand dollars. 5. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately. Approved February 15, 1860.

Companies may hold buildings, &c.

General powers.

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A supplement to the act entitled, “An act to incorporate companies to erect buildings for the use of lyceums, public libraries, scientific, charitable and benevolent associations,” approved March seventeenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of | the State of New Jersey, That such persons as are described in the first section of the act to which this is a supplement, shall be further competent to acquire by any mode of lawful purchase, conveyance or transfer, any building or buildings, built and erected or in course of erection, with the lands and premises thereto appurtenant, and to hold, use, enjoy, convey or mortgage the same for the uses of such association described or referred to in said act.

2. And be it enacted, That with and in addition to the powers by said, act conferred, such association shall have, use and enjoy the several powers enumerated in an act entitled, “An act to incorporate societies for the promotion of learning,” approved April sixteen, eighteen hundred and forty-six.

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

Approved February 15, 1860.

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