The Statutory Sources of New York City Government

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M.B. Brown printing & binding Company, 1923 - Law - 169 pages

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Page 70 - All cities are classified according to the latest state enumeration, as from time to time made...
Page 76 - There shall be in each county, except in a county wholly included in a city, a board of supervisors, to be composed of such members and elected in such manner and for such period as is or may be provided by law. In a city which includes an entire county, or two or more entire counties, the powers and duties of a board of supervisors may be devolved upon the municipal assembly, common council, board of aldermen or other legislative body of the city.
Page 9 - AN ACT to amend chapter four hundred and ten of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, entitled " An Act to consolidate into one act and to declare the special and local laws affecting public interests in the City of New York.
Page 51 - No private or local bill, which may be passed by the Legislature, shall embrace more than one subject, and that shall be expressed in the title.
Page 114 - ... shall be fixed by the board of aldermen upon the recommendation of the board of estimate and apportionment in the manner provided in this act.
Page 55 - ... in the other municipal and public corporations or parts of municipal and public corporations consolidated by this act with the municipal corporation known as the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York are hereby devolved, unless otherwise herein expressly provided, upon and vested in the board of taxes and assessments in The City of New York.
Page 57 - April twelfth, eighteen hundred and fifty -three, passed June fourteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, are hereby repealed ; and all laws inconsistent with this act are also hereby repealed; but the charters of the city of New York, known as the Dongan and Montgomerie charters, so far as the same, or either of them, are now in force, shall continue and remain in full force, and shall not be construed as repealed, modified, or in any manner affected thereby.
Page 33 - The board of aldermen shall not have power to authorize the placing or continuing of any encroachment or obstruction upon any street or sidewalk, except the temporary occupation thereof during the erection or repairing of a building on a lot opposite the same...
Page 113 - It shall be the duty of the board of aldermen, upon the recommendation of the board of estimate and apportionment, to fix the salary of every officer or person whose compensation is paid out of the city treasury...
Page 31 - All the provisions of all acts of the legislature of the state of New York, including said consolidation act of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, of a general and permanent character, relating to the corporation heretofore known as the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of The City of New York...

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