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Current printing of swuate.
Current printing of assembly.
Journal of senate, &c.
Minutes of assembly, &c.
1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That David Naar, of Trenton, New Jersey, be employed to execute the current printing of the senate, during the present session thereof. 2. And be it enacted, That J. R. Freese, of Trenton, New Jersey, be employed to execute the current printing of the house of assembly, during the present session thereof. 3. And be it enacted, That William H. Hemenover, of Hoboken, New Jersey, be employed to print the journal of the senate and appendix thereto, and the proceedings of joint meeting, with an index, for the current year, in as compact a form as a proper execution of the work will admit. 4. And be it enacted, That Sharp & Chew, of Salem, New Jersey, be employed to print the minutes and appendix of the house of assembly, with an index thereto, for the current year; and that both the journal of the senate and minutes of the house of assembly shall be printed in every way to correspond in compactness and manner of execution and size of page, with a running head line, specifying the day and date of the month, as per sample of journal of the Vermont house of representatives of 1852, now on file in the office of the secretary of state of this state. 5. And be it enacted, That Tunis & Stout, of Freehold, New Jersey, be employed to print the laws which shall be enacted at the present sitting of the legislature, in as condensed a form as a proper execution of the work will admit of, on large octavo pages, trimmed as directed by the secretary of state, and bound as per sample filed with the secretary of state, and in all other respects, namely: printing, binding and paper, to correspond with the sample of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, now on file in the office of the secretary of state.
6. And be it enacted, That before the treasurer shall pay ...” for the printing hereby directed, the secretary of state shall audit the bills and certify to him in writing that the work has been executed in all respects as herein directed.
7. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately.
Approved March 16, 1859.
A suppleMENT to the act entitled “An act for the preservation of deer and other game, and to prevent trespassing with guns,” approved April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six.
1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of *::::. the State of New Jersey, That hereafter if any person or per of sons shall kill, destroy, or take any partridge, moor-fowl, grouse, quail or rabbit, except only between the first day of November and the first day of January yearly and every year, or any woodcock, except only between the first day of September and the first day of January, yearly and every year, he, she, or they, so offending, shall forfeit and pay for every partridge, moor-fowl, grouse, quail, rabbit, or woodcock, the sum of five dollars, for each and every offence, to be sued for and recovered in an action of debt,
Commissioners to receive subscriptions.
with costs of suit, by any person who shall sue for the same, and on non-payment thereof shall be committed to the common jail of the county, for any period not exceed. ing sixty days, and until the fine and costs are paid; and any person in whose hands or custody any partridge, moor. fowl, grouse, quail, rabbit, or woodcock shall be found, that shall have been killed contrary to the provisions of this act, shall be deemed, taken and adjudged to be the killer and destroyer of said game, and liable to the penalties aforesaid.
2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect imme. diately.
Approved March 16, 1859.
AN Act to incorporate the Long-a-Coming, May's Landing and Tuckerton
. 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That all such persons as shall be: come subscribers to the capital stock hereinafter mentioned, their successors and assigns, shall be and they are hereby ordained, constituted, and made a body politic and corporate, in fact and in law, by the name of “The Long-a-Coming, May's Landing and Tuckerton Turnpike Company," and that Andrew K. Hay, Charles Wright, Samuel S. Cake,
Joshua Duble, Ezra Stokes, Nicholas Vanschoick, Samuel
Amount of capital stock.
Election of directors.
call a meeting of the stockholders, giving at least twenty days' notice of the time and place of said meeting in the newspaper aforesaid, at which meeting the subscription books shall be laid before the stockholders, who shall thereupon proceed to elect, by ballot, seven directors for the term of one year, and until others are chosen in their stead, a majority cf whom shall be citizens of this state, of which election the said commissioners, or a majority of them, shall be judges; and that at the expiration of said term, and annually thereafter, upon like notice to be given by the board of directors for the time being, the stock. holders shall elect, by ballot, seven directors to hold as aforesaid; and the judge of said election shall be appointed by said board; at every such election, and in all other cases in which the stockholders shall be entitled to a vote, a vote may be given for each share, by the holder thereof, in person or by proxy; and that if three hundred shares of said stock shall not be subscribed for within one year, and the said road completed within three years from the passage of this act, then this act shall be null and void; and the said commissioners, after deducting thereout the expenses incurred, shall return to the respective subscribers, or their representatives, the residue of the money paid by them, in proportion to the sum paid. to or 4. And be it enacted, That as soon as conveniently may be, after the first and every subsequent annual election of directors, they shall elect a president, secretary and trea. surer of said company for the term of one year and until others shall be elected in their stead, who shall receive such compensation for their services as the board of di. rectors may direct; the president shall preside at all meetings of said board, and in case of his absence the said board shall appoint some one of their number, who, for the time being, shall possess the same power and authority and perform the like duties; and the board of directors may fill any vacancy that may occur therein until the next annual election, and may exact from the president, treasurer and other officers and agents of said company, such security