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to regulate the same, passed April 2d, 1850,” passed April 14 1857. (1 Laws of 1857, 871, ch. 444.)

Political Code, S3 821-829.

Sections 1, 2 and 5 of an act to authorize the election of a special county judge and surrogate in the county of Essex, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 6, ch. 461.)

Political Code, SS 156, 165, 166.

An act to provide for an investigation into the origin of fires in certain cases, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 47, ch. 504.)

Political Code, SS 766-769.

An act for the preservation of fish in the waters of Crooked lake, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 94, ch. 514.) And an act to amend the same, passed April 12, 1858. (Laws of 1958, 285, ch. 163.)

Political Code, $s 772–774.

Section 2 of an act to legalize and confirm the official acts and proceedings of the officers of incorporated villages, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 178, ch. 552.)

Political Code, $ 1082.

An act to allow the several towns in this state to raise an increased amount of money for the support of roads and bridges, and to provide for increased compensation of commissioners of highways and other town officers, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 338, ch. 615.)

Political Code, SS 406-409, 1012, 1013.

An act to suppress intemperance and to regulate the sale of intoxicating liquors, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 405, ch. 628.) And the act to amend the same, passed April 12, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 260, ch. 143.)

Political Code, SS 65, 79, 786–820.

An act in relation to plankroads and turnpike roads in the county of Kings, passed April 16, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 430, ch. 636.)

Political Code, 8 630.

An act to provide for the raising of funds by tax to pay for the building or repair of bridges across streams dividing towns or counties, passed April 16, 1857. (2 Laus of 1857, 435, ch. 639.)

Political Code, SS 493–503. An act to establish regulations for the port of New York, passed April 16, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 487, ch. 671.) And an act amending the same, passed April 15th, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 363, ch. 226.)

Political Code, Ss 372, 388.

An act for the election of an additional coroner in the county of Rensselaer, passed April 17, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 543, ch. 715.)

Political Code, g 176.

An act to provide for the preservation of fish in the waters of Oneida lake and its tributaries, passed April 17, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 567, ch. 732.)

Political Code, S: 772–774. Sections 2 and 3 of an act relative to notaries public in the city and county of New York, passed March 25, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 73, ch. 44.)

Political Code, $ 176, p. 187.

An act to increase the number of notaries public in the city of Troy, passed March 29, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 91, ch. 57.)

Political Code, 3 176. An act to amend the Revised Statutes concerning the powers and duties of the governor, and to fix the compensation of officers in the executive department, except section 24,7 passed April 1, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 129, ch. 64.)

Political Code, § 88. An act to provide for the speedy construction and repair of roads and bridges, where the same shall have been damaged or destroyed, passed April 6, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 200, ch. 103.)

Political Code, 38 493-503.

Section 24 relates to the compensation of subordinate officers.

An act in relation to sleeping cars on railroads, passed April 7, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 234, ch. 125.)

Political Code, SS 553–554.

An act to legalize the sales of stocks on time, passed April 10, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 251, ch. 134.)

Political Code, p. 399, note.

An act to enlarge the powers of the boards of supervisors, passed April 14, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 309, ch. 190.)

Political Code, SS 892–897, 867.

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Sections 1 and 3 of “An act relative to the election of a special judge for the county of Tompkins,” passed April 16, 1858. (Laws of 1858, 438, ch. 279.)

Political Code, SS 156, 165. An act to regulate the supply of stationery to members and officers of the legislature, passed January 12, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 7, ch. 1.)

Political Code, $$ 39, 40. An act relating to the term of office of the county treasurer of the county of Monroe, passed March 4, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 48, ch. 26.)

Political Code, SS 67, 243.

An act to prevent and punish prize fighting, passed March 7, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 63, ch. 37.)

Political Code, SS 782–784. Sections 1, 2 and 3 of an act to increase the number of coroners in Queens county, passed April 5, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 338, ch. 127.)

Political Code, § 176. An act for the better improvement of highways in the town of Haverstraw, in the county of Rockland, passed April 6, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 370, ch. 147.)

Political Code, p. 280. Sections 1, 2 and 3 of an act in relation to plankroads and turnpike roads, passed April 9, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 465, ch. 209.)

Political Code, 8 616.

An act to amend the Revised Statutes in relation to laying out public roads and alterations thereof, in the towns of North Castle, Bedford, and Lewisborough, in the county of Westchester, passed April 12, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 576, ch. 268.)

Political Code, p. 280.

An act in relation to reports of state officers, passed April 18, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 1024, ch. 437.)

Political Code, SS 138, 151, subdivison 3.

An act to supply vacancies in the office of justices of the peace in the several towns of this state, passed April 18, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 1092, ch. 476.)

Political Code, $ 1017.

An act providing for the appointment of an additional number of notaries public in the city and county of New York, passed April 19, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 1115, ch. 485.)

Political Code, $ 176, p. 187.

An act for the preservation of deer and other game, passed April 19, 1859. (Laws of 1859, 1185, ch. 511.)

Political Code, 88 772–774.

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59. Line 12 from top. For “West,” read "North." 126. Line 5 of ø 72. After “Superintendent,” insert "the Canal Appraisers. '* 165. § 137. At the end of the section add, “ The privy seal of this state shall be

the seal for military commissions, and all such matters as have issued under the great seal since March 16, 1778, except copies of papers and records certified under the seal of office of the Secretary of State, shall continue to be issued under the great seal, and shall be made out and recorded in the

Secretary of State's office. 1 R. S., 4 ed., 387, ø 26. 166. § 142, lines 7 and 8. Strike out the words " or by a Canal Commissioner, or

the Commissioners of the Canal Fund,” and in the same section, lines 3 and 4, from top of page 167, for “Commissioners of the Canal Fund," read “ Auditor."

183. | 171, last line of note. For “ 200” read “ 199."

185. Line 4 of $ 176. After " County Clerk,” insert the words “a deputy for

each County Clerk, and if necessary a special deputy ;” and in the same

section, in the first line on page 186, for “ Supreme" read “Superior.” 195. ♡ 195. At the end of the section insert “not extending, however, to the duties

or powers of any other office which may be devolved upon the principal by virtue of his chief office."

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315. § 476. After the words “this article" in the first line on the page, insert "

by any decision made by special commissioners appointed under subdivision 10 of section 882 of this Code."

359. Line 3 of ý 561, for “Comptroller” read “ Auditor of the Canal Department,”

and in sections 562 first line, 563 second line, 575 last line, 585 last line, 586

first line, for “Comptroller" read “ Auditor." 384. Subdivision 5 of ý 636. After the word "road" insert "except those living

in a city or village.” And in subdivision 6, after the word “road” insert " and persons driving or leading animals to or from the pasture or field

where the animals are usually kept." I 580. $ 1125, at the end of the section add “nor does it affect any private or local

statute."

* 2 Laws of 1857, ch. 538.

* Laws of 1855, ch. 535.

| Laws of 1855, ch. 546, $4.

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