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Annual Tax Law; passed April 3, 1799–4 L. & A. 830.

An Act to raise a Sum of Money for the use of the State by Tax, and for the further support of Government; passed April 3, 1799–4 D. & A. 834.

This act authorizes the corporation to borrow 45.000 dollars on the credit of the state, towards discharging the expense incurred in relieving the distresses of the city, occasioned by the late epidemic.

An Act to amend the Charter of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in the city of New York; passed February 15, 1800—5 L. & A. 5.

An Act to cede to the United States the jurisdiction of certain Islands situate in and about the harbor of New York; passed February 15, 1800—5 L. & A. 7.

An Act to enable the Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen of the city of New York, to order the raising of moneys by tax for the maintenance of the poor, and for defraying the other contingent expenses arising in the city and county of New York, and for other purposes; passed March 7, 18f10—5 L. & A. 22.

An Act to revive the laws for the support of the public Hospital in the city of New York; passed March 7, 1800—5 L. & A. 24.

The act revives the act, entitled, "an act for the payment of certain officers of government, and other contingent expenses,” (April 11, 1796,) for the term of five years from February 1, 1800.

An Act respecting the Clerkship of the Circuit Court and Sittings in the city and county of New York; passed March 7, 1800—5 L. & A. 25.

By this act the clerk of the city of New York is not to be ex officio clerk of the circuit, nor the clerk of the supreme court to be clerk of the sittings, but both of these officers to be united in one person, and his appointment is provided for, and his fees and compensation given. This act is incorporated in the revision of 1 K. & R. 172.

An Act to explain and amend an Act, entitled, an Act more effectually to regulate the port of New York; passed March 14, 1800—5 L. & A. 40.

This act explains and extends the act, entitled, “ an act more effectually to regulate the port of New York;" passed April 1, 1796—3 Gr. 317.

An Act to alter the time for the Election of Charter Officers in the city of New York; to lengthen the terms of the Court of Common Pleas; to give additional power to Special Justices for preserving the peace in the city and county of New York; to reduce the several Laws relating particularly to the said city and county into one Act, and for other purposes; passed March 21, 180045 L. & A. 50.

By this act the election for charter officers was changed from the 29th of September to the first Tuesday in November; and provision is made in the act, in case of neglect to appoint inspectors of elections, the election shall be had and made in the manner directed by the charter. The mayor and recorder are authorized to hold the court of common pleas without the presence of any aldermen, and the terms of the court are lengthened to five days; and the court of general sessions is directed to be held on the first Tuesdays of June, August, October, December, February and April, in each year, and may continue until the Tuesdays next following the commencement of each session. This act rupeals all former acts and parts of acts that come within the purview of this act.

An Act concerning certain Debts and Demands in the city of New York, and to amend an Act, entitled, an Act concerning the recovery of Debts and Demands to the value of Ten Pounds in the city of New York; passed March 21, 1800—5 L. & A. 60.

This act gives the court jurisdiction for the recovery of demands to the value of ten pounds, and to determine all actions brought by or against seamen in the merchants' service, and owners and masters of ships or vessels for wages and non-performance of contracts. Incorporated in the revision of 2 K. & R. 111.

An Act to continue in force the Act, entitled, an Act supplementary to the Act, entitled, an Act for the regulation of Pilots and Pilotage for the port of New York, and for other purposes therein mentioned ; passed March 25, 1800—5 L. & A. 101.

The act of the 16th of March, 1798, is revived and continued in force until the first day of March, 1802, by this act.

An Act to amend an Act, entitled, an Act to Incorporate the Stockholders of the New York Insurance Company ; passed April 4, 1800—5 L. & A. 174.

An Act to enable the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New York, to purchase certain Houses and Lots of Ground which are in such a state as to endanger the health of the said city: passed April 4, 1800—5 L. & A. 178.

By the preamble of this act it appears, certain houses and buildings, between Front and South streets, on the west side of Fly market and its slip, had become the receptacles of ulth, &e. This act authorizes the corporation of the city to purchase and remove them, &c.

An Act to amend an Act, entitled, an Act to regulate the Salting, Repacking, and Inspection of Beef and Pork for exportation ; passed April 4, 1800–) L. & A. 188.

This act authorizes the appointment of three additional packers for the city and 00105 of Sew York, and details the manner of inspecting beef and pork, the place where and fees for inspecting; and repeals so much of the act, entitled, "an act to regulate the eating, repacking, and inspection of beef and pork for exportation," as comes within the farview of this act.

An Act to amend the Act, entitled, an Act concerning the Supreme Court; passed April 4, 1800—5 L. & A. 193.

By this act the July Term is directed to be held in New York on the third Tuesday cf us, and may be extended one week.

An Act to amend an Act, entitled, an Act for the Inspection of Flour and Meal; passed April 4, 1800—5 L. & A. 196.

This act gives the penalty for false taring casks, and authorizes the inspectors to Barch for flour and meal shipped contrary to law.

An Act supplementary to the Act, entitled, an Act to amend an Act, entitled, an Act to provide against Infectious and Pestilential Diseases ; passed April 7, 1800—5 L. & A. 252.

An Act concerning the Supreme and Circuit Courts, and for other purposes; passed April 8, 1800—5 L. & A. 267.

This act directs the supreme court to be held in New York, on the third Tuesday of July in every year, and the term to continue to, and include, the Saturday of the fol. lowing week; and repeals the act of April 4, 1800—5 L. & A. 193.

An Act to amend the Act, entitled, an Act to regulate the Cull. ing of Staves and Heading; passed April 8, 1800—5 L. & A. 275.

This act provides for the appointment of an inspector-general, and details his power and duties; and repeals so much of the act of March 7, 1788, as comes within the purview of this act.

An Act for the Payment of certain Officers of Government, and for other purposes; passed April 8, 1800—-5 L. & A. 285.

This act directs certain lotteries to be drawn in the city of New York in p'irsuance of an act, entitled, “an act for opening and improving certain great roads within this

state"

An Act for the relief of the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of New York; passed February 16, 1801—2 K. & R. 146.

An Act concerning Apprentices and Servants; passed February 20, 1801-1 Kent and R. 186.

This act is incorporated in the revised laws of 1813–1st vol. 136. Amended by the act April 8, 1808, 5 W. p. 363. Repealed by the general repealing act, Dec. 10, 1828.

An Act for the better support of the Public IIospital in the city of New York; passed March 20, 1801–1 Kent and R. 201.

Amended by the act of March 2, 1805, 4 W. p. 22. Repealed by the act of March 14, 1806—W. 4th vol., p. 386.

An Act concerning Sheriffs and their duty, in respect to Process, Arrest and Keeping prisoners; passed March 20, 1801-Session 24, 1 Kent and R. 204.

An Act for the Inspection of Lumber; passed March 21, 1801 -1 Kent and R. chap. 59, 257.

This act is incorporated in the revision of 1813; and this act is expressly repealed by the seventh section, see 1 Rev. L. p. 238. Repealed by the act of March 30, 1805, chap. 61, 4 W. p. 107. Repealed again by the act of March 27, 1807—5 W. p. 81.

An Act for relief against Absconding and Absent Debtors; passed March 21, 1801-Session 24, 1 Kent and R. 236.

Authorizing the recorder of New York to perform the duties of a judge in relation thereto. Incorporated in the revision of 1813. Rev. vol. 1, p. 157.

An Act to regulate the exportation of Flax Seed, and the compensation to Measurers of Grain ; passed March 21, 1801-1 K. & R. 230.

This act is incorporated in the revision of 1813, vol. 1, p. 15). And is repealed by the repealing act of December 10, 1828—Revised Statutes, p. 129.

An Act to regulate the Trial of Issues, and for returning able

and Sufficient Jurors; passed March 31, 1801—24 Session, 1 Kent and R. 375.

The twelfth and thirteenth sections relate to the making and delivering jury lists, and the twenty-eighth section to persons exempted from being jurors in the city of New York.

An Act for regulating Elections; passed March 24, 1801-Session 24, 1 Kent and R. 264.

The second section amended April 7, 1806, 4 W. p. 652. Repealed March 29, 1813 2 Rev. L. p. 259, section 29.

An Act for the regulation of the election of Representatives for this state in the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States; passed March 24, 1801—1 Kent and R. 283.

Amended by the act of March 30, 1802. 3 W. p. 32.

An Act to prevent unjust imprisonment by securing the benefit of the writ of Habeas Corpus; passed March 24, 1801-24 Session, 1 Kent and R. 286.

Requiring the recorder of the city of New York to perform the duties of a judge in relation to the act.

An Act concerning the Supreme Court; passed March 24, 1801 -24 Session, 1 Kent and R. 315.

The recorder of New York empowered to perform certain duties of a judge of the supreme court.

An Act declaring the Powers of the Courts of General Sessions of the Peace, and the Powers and Duties of the Justices of the Peace; passed March 24, 1801—1. Kent and R. 302.

Authorizing the mayor, recorder and aldermen to perform the duties of justices, and instituting the special sessions.

An Act relative to the Court of Probates, the Office of Surrogate and the granting of Administrations; passed March 27, 1801— 24 Session, 1 Kent and R. 317.

Directing the appointment and duties of the chamberlain of the city, in relation to the artistration of estates of intestates, &c.; and special justices authorized to take harge of intestates' estates. Amended by the act of March 31, 1802, 3 W. p. 31.

An Act relative to the Duties and Privileges of Towns; passed March 27, 1801-24 Session, 1 Kent and R. 325.

The Tenteenth section authorizes the common council in New York to make rules concerning fences; and the eighteenth section to appoint keepers of pounds.

An Act more effectually to discover and apprehend offenders in the city of New York; passed March 27, 1801—2 K. & R. 120. This aut relates to the police office, in the city of New York.

An Act for the more effectual prevention of Fires, and to regulate Buildings, in the city of New York; passed March 27, 18012 K. & R. 114.

This act repeals the act of April 8, 1796, and the amendment thereto. passed April $ 1797, and the first seven sections of this act are repealed by the act of June 1, 1812 Ś W. p. 405; and new provisions made. The sections repealed relate to buildings.

An Act relative to Jails; passed March 30, 1801-Session 24, 1 Kent and R. 359.

By the first section, bridewell to be under the charge of the corporation of New York to appoint a keeper and his duties; and by the seventh, eighth and ninth sections, penalties are imposed for permitting spirituous liquors to be used in the jail or bridewell.

An Act to provide against Infectious and Pestilential Diseases; passed March 30, 1801—1 Kent and R. 361.

The fifth section empowers the mayor and recorder of New York, to designate vessels subject to quarantine. Supplementary act February 28, 1804–3 W. p. 469.

An Act relative to Wharves, in the city of New York; passed March 31, 1801—2 K. & R. 123.

This act establishes the rates of wharfage and cranage, and details the mode of levy. ing them, and imposes penalties for incumbering the wharves and obstructing the docks.

An Act concerning the Mayor's Courts of the several Cities, and the Courts of Common Pleas and General Sessions of the Peace in the several counties of this State; passed April 2, 1801—1 Kent and R. 393.

Declaring the terms, jurisdiction, and who shall hold the mayor's court, general and special sessions of the city of New York,

An Act to regulate Sales by Public Auction, and to prevent stock Jobbing; passed April 2, 1801—1 Kent and R. 408.

Amended by the act of April 6, 1804, 3 W. p. 474. Amended by the act of March 16, 1810, 6 W. p. 15.

An Act to regulate the Ferry and rates of Ferriage, between the city of New York and the Island of Nassau; passed April 2, 1801 -2 K. & R. 385. Amended April 2, 1810–6 W. p. 36.

An Act for the encouragement of Literature ; passed April 3, 1801—2 K. & R. 243.

Authorizing four successive lotteries for raising the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, for the promotion of literature.

An Act to divide this State into Counties; passed April 3, 1801 ---2 K. & R. 1.

By this act the state is divided into thirty counties, and the boundaries of the county of New York, is given.

An Act for regulating the Buildings, Streets, Wharves and Slips, in the city of New York; passed April 3, 1801—2 K. & R. 126.

Amended by the act of March 24, 1809, 5 W. p. 475. Further amended by the act of June 18, 1812–5 W. p. 548.

An Act relative to the Harbor Master and Master and Wardens and Pilots, of the Port of New York; passed April 3, 1801—2 K. & R. 133.

Amended by the act of March 19, 1802—3 W. p. 25. Repealed by the act of April 4, 1805-4W. p. 181, sec. 22. See the act of February 12, 1808-5 W. p. 254.

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