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An Act for the Inspection of Flour and Meal; passed April 3, 1801—1 Kent and R. 424. Amended March 4, 1803, 5 W. p. 261. Further amended November 8, 5 W. p. 438.

An Act for giving Relief in cases of Insolvency; passed April 3, 1801–24 Session, 1 Kent & R. 428.

Empowering the recorder of the city of New York to perform the duties of a judge in relation to the act. Amended by the act February 25, 1805 4 W. p. 19. Amended April 3, 1807—5 W. p. 117, sec. 8. Amended February 5, 1808–5 W. p. 250. Repealed by the act of April 3, 1811-6 W. p. 200.

An Act relative to the State Prison ; passed April 3, 1801—1 Kent & R. 414.

Mayor and recorder of New York together with others, designated by the act to make rules for the government of the state prison, and the guard of the prison placed under the direction of the mayor. Amended by the act of March 30, 1802, 3 W. p. 37.

An Act for the Repacking and Inspection of Beef and Pork ; passed April 4, 1801—1 Kent and R. 452. Amendatory act April 5, 1802, 3 W. p. 49. Repealed April 6, 1803, 3 W. p. 343.

An Act relative to the election of Charter Officers, and relative to Weigh Masters, in the city of New York; passed April 7, 1801 -2 K. & R. 140.

By this act charter officers are to be appointed or chosen on the third Tuesday of worember, and to be sworn into office the first Monday of December thereafter. This act is amoaded by the act of April 3, 1802—3 W. p. 173. Repealed by the act of April 5, 1804-3 W. p. 426, except the last section.

An Act to lay a Duty on strong Liquor, and for regulating Inns and Taverns; passed April 7, 1801-1 K. & R. 484.

Rt pealed by the repealing act of December 10, 1828–3d vol. Rev. Stat. p. 129.

An Act concerning the Inspection of Pot and Pearl Ashes; pawed April 7, 1801—1 Kent and R. 522.

Arended, and the eighth section repealed by the act of March 3, 1802—3 W. p. 48.

An Act for the more speedy Recovery of Debts, to the value of
Tenty-five Dollars; passed April 7, 1801–1 K. & R. 491.
Repaled by the act of April 11, 1808. 5 W. 375.

An Act for the Settlement of the Poor; passed April 8, 18011 Kent & R. 566.

Tereighteenth section declares that upon appeals under this act, the justices in the sy of New York shall upon request, state the case specially and at large, that the Ptered party may have a remedy thereon in the supreme court, and by the thirtyElion, the common council may compound for penalties under the act. Amended by tis act of March 24, 1809—5 W. p. 471.

An Act for the Assessment and Collection of Taxes; passed April 8, 1801-24 Session, 1 Kent and R. 547.

The roavor, recorder, and aldermen to act as supervisors of the city and county of Ne Tork, and the chamberlain as treasurer. The first section repealed by the act of Var ki 28, 1805, 4 W. p. 71, relative to the valuation of property in the city of New

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An Act for the more effectual collection of Taxes in the city and county of New York; passed April 8, 1801—2 K. & R. 144.

An Act to direct certain Moneys to be applied to the use of Free Schools in the city of New York; passed April 8, 1801—2 K. & R. 253.

This act directs the appropriation of certain moneys to the vestry, trustees, &c., of congregations therein mentioned, pursuant to an act, entitled an act for the encouragem ment of schools, passed the 9th of April, 1795; and the act, entitled an act to raise a sum of money for the use of this state by tax, and for the further support of government, passed the 3d day of April, 1799.

An Act for the relief of the Collectors of Taxes in the city and county of New York; passed February 8, 1802—3 W. 172.

An Act concerning the Court of Chancery; passed February 23, 1802-3 W. 27.

Provisions for holding the court in New York, and the register's office, in the said city. The proviso contained in the first section of the act, repealed by the act of April 4, 1804—3 W. p. 453.

An Act relative to the Circuit Court and Sittings in the city and county of New York; passed March 8, 1802–3 W. 29.

This act to be in force until May 1, 1804, and no louger. Continued in force until January :, 1808, by act of April, 1804–3 Webster, p. 457. Pevived indetinitely February 12, 1808-5 W. p. 251,

An Act to enable the Trustees of the New York Society Library to increase the yearly sums payable on the shares of said Library; passed March 8, 1802—3 W. 42.

An Act to alter the name and style of two Religious Societies, known by the name and style of the Second Baptist Church, in the city of New York; passed March 8, 1802–3 W. 43.

An Act to incorporate the Stockholders of the Marine Insurance Company of New York; passed March 16, 1802—3 W. 147.

Amendatory act, shares reduced to fifty dollars, &c. March 14, 1806—4 Webster, p. 377.

An Act to amend an act, entitled an act relative to the HarborMaster, and Master and Wardens and Pilots of the Port of New York, passed April 3, 1801; passed March 19, 1802-3 W. 25.

Repealed April 4, 1803–4 Webster, p. 181, section 22. The substance of this act is incorporated in the revision of 1813-vol. 2, p. 461.

An Act to incorporate the Washington Mutual Insurance Com. pany of the city of New York; passed March 30, 1802–3 W. 152.

An Act to amend an act for regulating the elections of representatives of this State, in the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States; passed March 30, 1802-3 W. 32.

By the first scction, the county of Kings, the county of Richmond, together with the first, second, third, and fifth wards of the city of New York, shall compose the second district. Repealed by the act of March 30, 1804–3 W. p. 468.

An Act relative to the State Prison Guard, and for other purposes; passed March 30, 1802–3 W. 37.

Empowering the mayor of New York to inspect the guard, and report to the goverpor, &c. All persons belonging to the state prison guard, by this statute, were exempt from all arrest on civil process the statute is obsolete.

An Act for erecting in the city of New York a Prison for soli. tary continement; passed March 30, 1802–3 W. 39.

An Act supplementary to the act, entitled an act relative to the Court of Probates, the office of Surrogate, and the granting of administrations; passed March 31, 1802–3 W. 31.

An Act apportioning the representation in the Legislature according to the rules prescribed by the Constitution; passed March 31, 1802. -3 W. 33.

'nder this act the city and county of New York is entitled to nine representatives.

An Act to incorporate the society for the relief of poor Widows, with small Children; passed April 2, 1802–3 W. 156.

To continue in force until the 1st of March, 1810. See the act of re-incorporation, paesed Ipril 5, 1810–Laws of 1810, p. 165.

An Act to amend an act, entitled an act for the Encouragement of Literature; passed April 3, 1802—3 W. 165.

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 the defraying the expenses arising in the city and county of New York, and for other purposes; passed April 3, 1802—3 W. 173. Seventy-five thousand dollars.

An Act to amend an act for the repacking and inspection of Beef and Pork; passed April 5, 1802–3 W. 49. Pepealed by the act of April 6, 1803—3 W. p. 343.

An Act for the payment of certain officers of government, and for other purposes; passed April 5, 1802-3 W. 181.

The last section relates to the recorder's fees of the city of New York, &c., making the ti potion fce payable at the time of issuing the first writ, but this section was handed to expire on ihe tirst day of May, 1804. The last section relating to thio filing ad noring of transcripts of elections in the office of the secretary of state, is repealed March 23, 1913—2 kevised Laws of 1813, p. 259, sec. 29.

An Act to amend the act, entitled, “an act concerning the Inspection of Pot and Pearl Ashes; passed April 7, 180243 W.48. Passed March 3, 1802.

An Act establishing an allowance to the Commissioner of Excise in the city and county of New York, and for other purposes therein mentioned; passed February 22, 1803–3 W. 224. Allowed to retain five hundred dollars, as a yearly salary.

An Act to increase the number of Wards in the city of New York, and to equalize the same; passed March 8, 1803—3 W. 225.

This act increases the number of wards to nine, and gives the boundaries of each.

An Act to enable the Mayor, Recorder and Aldermen, of the city of New York, to order the rising of moneys by tax, for the purpose therein mentioned; passed March 10, 1803—3 W. 227. Seventy-five thousand dollars.

An Act to increase the number of Auctioneers in the city of New York; passed March 31, 1803—3 W. 228.

Six in addition.

An Act to invest the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of New York, with adequate powers in relation to certain objects of importance to the police and health of the said city ; passed April 2, 1803–3 W.229.

To continue in force for three years and no longer, section 20, and authorizes fines to one hundred dollars to be imposed. This act continued without limitation of time, April 2, 1806—4 Webster, p. 516, section 6, except only those particulars in which this act, (of April 2, 1806, here referred to,) or any act passed at that session, (1806,) may vary the provisions thereof."

An Act to regulate the curing, packing and inspection of Beef and Pork, to be exported from the State of New York; passed April 6, 1803–3 W. 342.

Second section provides for the appointment of an inspector in New York. This act repeals all former laws upon the subject, section 17. Repealed by act of April, 9, 1804 -3 W. p. 630. Repealed again March 27, 1807—3 W. p. 83.

An Act supplementary to an act, entitled, an act to provide against infectious and pestilential Diseases; passed February 28, 1804—3 W. 469.

An Act regulating the election of Representatives for this State, in the house of Representatives of the Congress of the United States; passed March 20, 1804–3 W. 468.

By the first section, the county of Kings, the county of Richmond, and the city and county of New York, shall compose the second and third districts, and shall elect two representatives. Repeals the former act of March 30, 1802.

An Act for establishing Courts of Justices of the Peace in and for the city of New York; passed March 24, 180443 W. 437.

Justices' (now Marine) court. Amended April 4, 1806—4 W. 520. The law and the amendatory act repealed and the courts re-organized, April 6, 1807-5 W. 155, section 62.

An Act to continue the act, entitled, an act relative to the Circuit Courts and Sittings, in the city and county of New York, and for other purposes; passed April 4, 18042 W. 457.

The act of March 16, 1803, in relation to returning able and sufficient jurors, not to extend to any court to be held in the city and county of New York.

An Act to regulate the Duties and Fees of certain Officers in the Chancery, and for other purposes; passed April 4, 1804—3 W.458. An Act relative to the election of Charter Offcers in the city of New York; passed April 5, 18043 W, 126.

Amended March 18, 1818—5 W. 275. Third section of which extends the time of holding the polls to three days.

An Act to enable the Corporation of the city of New York to raise moners by tax; passed April 6, 1807-3 W. 432. Seventy-five thousand dollars.

An Act to amend an act, entitled, an act to regulate Sales by public luction, and to prevent Stock Jobbing; passed April 6, 1801—3 W. 474.

The act amended may be found in Kent and Rad. vol. 1, p. 408. Amended by tho act of March 28, 1806, 4 W. 419-and continued in force until March 1, 1808.

An Act to incorporate the German Society in the city of New York, for charitable purposes; passed April 6, 1804–3 W.606.

An Act for the Repacking and Inspection of Beef and Pork; passed April 9, 18043 W. 630.

This act, by the twenty-sixth section, repeals all former laws upon the same subject. Repealed so far as it relates to the appointment and duties of tappers, &c., by the act of March 28, 1805–5 W. 66. The eleventh and twelfth sections repealed by the act of March 19, 1808-5 1. 287.

An Act for the relief of the poor in the city of New York ; passed January 30, 1805_4 W. 4.

The corporation of the city are authorized by this act, to take down the wooden bastions at the battery, for fuel for the poor.

An Act to incorporate the Provident Society, the Mutual Benefit Society, the Benevolent Society, the Albion Benefit Society, of the city of New York, and the Social Society of the city of Schencctady; passed February 16, 1805_4 W.7.

Act of incorporation to remain in force fifteen years. Name of " The Albion Benefit Society," altered to "The Albion Benevolent Society of the city of New York ;" March 7, 1806-4 W. 353.

An Act to amend an act, entitled, an act to incorporate the Stockholders of the United Insurance Company, in the city of New York; passed February 16, 1805–4 W.11. By this act the corporation is extended to the 1st of May, 1815.

An Act to amend an act, entitled, an act for giving Relief in cases of Insolvency, and for other purposes ; passed February 25. 18054 W.19.

In relation to the publication of notices in the American Citizen and the laws of the state. The first section of this act repealed by the act of April 3, 1811-6 W. 200.

An Act for the relief of Hannah Shipley; passed March 2, 1805 4W.22.

An Act to continue the provision of the public Hospital in the city of New York ; passed March 2, 18054 W. 22. Repealed by the act of March 14, 1806-4 W. 386.

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