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STATE OF NEW YORK
A COMPLETE COMPILATION OF ALL THE LAWS
RELATING TO HIGHWAYS
ANNOTATIONS AND FORMS,
ROADS, AND THE DUTIES OF HIGHWAY OFFICERS.
COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY
CHARLES H. BETTS,
CHIEF OF Revision DEPARTMENT, New York STATE ASSEMBLY,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 536,
OF THE LAWS OF 1904.
ACT AUTHORIZING PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF COMPILATION OF
L. 1904, Chap. 536.
AN ACT to provide for the publication and distribution of a
compilation of the highway laws without expense to the state. Became a law May 3, 1904, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,
a majority being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. The secretary of state shall, within ten days after this act takes effect, designate a proper person to prepare and publish, on or before August first, nineteen hundred and four, a revised edition of the highway manual of the state of New York, heretofore published pursuant to chapter six hundred and fifty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninetythree, which manual shall contain all the laws of the state relating to the construction, maintenance and use of highways, and the powers, duties and liabilities of highway officers. Such manual shall also contain such practical suggestions and directions for grading and building roads, maintaining and improving the same, and removing obstructions therefrom as the compiler may determine, or as the state engineer and surveyor may suggest.
$2. The person so designated to prepare and publish such compilation shall forward to each county clerk as many copies thereof as are required for distribution by this section. Each county clerk, upon the receipt of such manuals, shall immediately distribute one copy to each member of a town board, commissioner of highways and overseer of highways in his county. The cost of such manuals shall be fixed by the compiler, not exceeding one dollar per copy, which, together with the expense of distribution by the county clerk, shall be a town charge, and