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92. To Merchants' Transportation Company, for freight from Bridesburg to Trenton, on twenty-five boxes muskets, five dollars ($5.00).

93. To Francis A. Pitman, for stationery furnished for the use of the engrossing of the house of assembly, secretary, seventy-nine dollars and thirty-two cents (79.32).

94. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished for the use of the engrossing clerk of the house of assembly, twenty-one dollars and forty-seven cents ($21.47).

95. To William R. Barricklo & Company, for tumblers and gas shades furnished supreme court office, two dollars and seventy-five cents (2.75).

96. To David Clark, for paper furnished the treasurer's office, three dollars ($3.00).

97. To David Clark, for paper furnished the library, two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50).

98. To the Mechanics and Manufacturers' Bank of Trenton, for interest due on governor's warrants, ninety-three dollars and sixty-one cents ($93.61).

99. To Trenton Banking Company, for interest due on governor's warrants, two hundred and forty-two dollars and seventy-one cents ($242.71).

100. To the Newark Daily Advertiser, for advertising proclamation, thanksgiving notice and military convention, fifteen dollars ($15.00).

101. To E. Winton, for advertising proclamation notice, three dollars ($3.00).

102. To R. M. Smith, for the expenses incurred by the attorney general, for advertising in the National Intelligencer, Washington, New York Tribune and the Trenton State Gazette and Republican, for six months, the notice of inquisition, also the taxed bills of cost and other expenses in the matter of escheat of lands of Jacob Wortman, deceased, six hundred and forty-two dollars ($642.00).

103. To J. G. Brearly & Company, for stationery furnished the house of assembly by order of the committee, one hundred and fifty six dollars ($156.00).

104. To David Clark, for stationery furnished senate, seven dollars and seventy cents (7.70).

105. To George H. Dean, for service as page to governor, one hundred and eleven dollars ($111.00).

106. To Isaac D. James, for stationery furnished house of assembly, seven dollars and eighty-two cents ($7.82).

107. To D. L. M. Moore, for knives and stationery furnished senate, one hundred and seventy-three dollars and twenty-five cents ($173.25).

108. To Charles P. Brearley & Company, for stationery, lock, &c., furnished to state house, seven dollars and four cents ($7.04).

109. To C. J. Ihrie, for amount paid, item, for library, seventy-five dollars and eighty-five cents ($75.85).

110. To Brewer & Ott, for horses and carriages to take committee to asylum, ten dollars ($10.00).

111. To Samuel R. Smith, for one trunk for the use of the state, one dollar and seventy-five cents ($1.75).

112. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery for the use of the clergymen of the city of Trenton, ninety-two dollars ($92.00).

113. To Thomas F. Howell, for balance due from the state for erection of a workshop at state prison, seven hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty cents ($724.50).

114. To Alexander M. Cumming, assistant secretary of the house of assembly, in full for his services, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

115. To D. L. M. Moore, assistant secretary of the senate, in full for his service, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

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

Approved March 23, 1859.

Duties,

powers, and

tion of commissioners

of appeal.

CHAPTER CCXXX.

A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT to an act entitled "An act to incorporate the city of Hoboken," approved March twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five.

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of compensa- the State of New Jersey, That section twenty-two of said act be repealed, and that the following be substituted in lieu thereof: "And be it enacted, That the commissioners of appeal shall have the same powers and perform the like duties, and be entitled to like compensation that the commissioners of appeals in the several townships of this state now have or hereafter may have; and, in addition, they shall have the power to examine the person or persons appealing, in cases of taxation, under oath, as to the valuation or amount of the chattels and real estate assessed against them respectively; and it shall be the duty of said commissioners to receive the oath or affidavit of any and every person appealing, when offered or presented by him or them relative thereto; and said commissioners, on such affidavit, shall reduce the assessment to the sum specified in such affidavit; and all affidavits so presented shall be filed by said commissioners in the office of the clerk of the city." Section 32 of 2. And be it enacted, That section thirty-two of said act be amended by inserting after the words "may adjourn from day to day," the words following: "and compel the attendance of absent members."

former act amended.

6th clause of section 40 of former act amended.

10th clause

of sec. 40 of former act amended.

3. And be it enacted, That the sixth clause or subdivision of section forty of said act be amended by inserting immediately after the words "goats and geese," the words “and other animals."

4. And be it enacted, That the tenth clause or subdivision of section forty of said act be stricken out, and the following inserted in the stead thereof: Tenth. To license and regulate inns or taverns and other houses of public enter

tainment for the sale of, or traffic in, spirituous, vinous, fermented, or other intoxicating drink or drinks, and to prohibit, by fine or penalty, all traffic in, or sale of such spirituous, vinous, or other intoxicating drink or drinks by all or any person or persons not having a license from said council for that purpose; and to license, regulate and prohibit hawkers, peddlers, hucksters, butchers, slaughter houses, and markets, on such terms, and under such regulations and penalties, as the council may, by ordinance, impose; and no other license, granted for such purposes within said city, by any other authority, shall be lawful, except licenses granted by the governor of this state to hawkers and peddlers.

of sec. 40 of

former act

amended.

5. And be it enacted, That the eleventh clause or subdi. 11th clause vision of section forty of said act be amended by inserting immediately after the words "porter in said city," the following: "and to license hacks, omnibuses and stage coaches, and to prevent, by fine or imprisonment, all hacks, omnibuses, and stage coaches from running or being run within or through said city without such license."

6. And be it enacted, That the seventeenth subdivision or clause of section forty of said act be amended by inserting at the beginning thereof the following: "to impose taxes on dogs."

17th clause

of sec. 40 of

former act

amended.

former act

7. And be it enacted, That section forty-four of said act Sec. 44 of be amended by striking out the words "five per centum," amended. and inserting "ten per centum," in lieu thereof, and also by inserting immediately after the words "be applied to," the following: "the payment of salaries and."

publication,

nance to be

8. And be it enacted, That the due publication of all or- Evidence of dinances heretofore passed by said council, or that may &c, of ordihereafter be passed by them, and posting of all notices re- filed. quired to be published or posted by said act, or the act to which this is a supplement, shall be verified by the affidavit of the printer of the newspaper in which such publication shall be made, or his foreman, and of the person who posted such notice, and such affidavit shall be filed in the office of

Sec. 51 of former act repealed.

Part of 6th clause of sec. 40 of

former act

repealed.

Part of sec.

56 of former

the city clerk, and shall be evidence of such publication and posting in all courts and places.

9. And be it enacted, That section fifty-one of the act to which this is a supplement be and the same is hereby repealed.

10. And be it enacted, That all that part of the sixth clause or subdivision of section forty, title four, after the words "for the purposes for which they are or may be laid out and dedicated," be and is hereby repealed.

11. And be it enacted, That the words "south of the lines act repealed. heretofore described," in section fifty-six of the act to which this is a supplement, be and the same is stricken out and repealed.

Compensa

tion of officers.

12. And be it enacted, That the sixty-seventh section of the act to which this is a supplement be and the same is hereby repealed, and the following inserted in lieu thereof: That the sums hereafter specified, and no other, shall be the pay or compensation to be received by the persons filling the following offices for the time being, and shall remain the same until altered by the legislature of this state: The mayor shall receive the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; the treasurer the sum of two hundred dollars per annum; the city clerk the sum of five hundred dollars per annum; the collector of taxes the sum of three hundred dollars per annum; the collector of arrears of taxes shall receive five per centum upon all moneys collected by him, which amount he shall be entitled to demand and receive from the person or persons owing and paying said arrears of taxes and assessments; the street commissioner shall receive the sum of three hundred dollars a year; each councilman shall receive one dollar and fifty cents per day for each day actually spent in the business of the city; the assessor of each ward shall each receive the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; the pound keeper, judges of election, inspectors of election, clerk of election, and commissioners of appeals shall receive the same compensation that the pound keeper, the judges of election, clerk of election and inspectors of election, and

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