Annual Report of the Comptroller

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Page 89 - And also that they be, and forever shall be hereafter, persons able in law, capable to plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered unto, defend and be defended, in all or any of the courts of his said majesty, and other places whatsoever, and before any judges, justices, and other person or persons whatsoever, in all and all manner of actions, suits, complaints, demands...
Page 90 - ... said majesty, and other places whatsoever, and before any judges, justices, and other person or persons whatsoever, in all and all manner of actions, suits, complaints, demands, pleas, causes, and matters, whatsoever, of what nature, kind, or quality soever, in the same, and in the like manner and form as other people of the said province, being persons able, and in law capable, may plead and be imploded, answer and be answered unto, defend and be defended, by any lawful ways and means whatsoever...
Page 89 - ... of the property of their respective counties, to be levied and collected as now provided by law for the assessment and collection of taxes, for the purpose of creating a fund for the relief of the needy blind of their respective counties.
Page 90 - ... thereof as are not inconsistent with the provisions of this law, shall not be construed as repealed, altered, or modified, or in any form affected thereby, but shall continue and remain in full force and virtue.
Page 89 - All the provisions of law heretofore passed on this subject, pledging the faith of the City of New York, and providing a sinking fund for the redemption of the stock issued by virtue thereof, are hereby made applicable to the Stock issued in pursuance of this Act.
Page 107 - Act. to order and cause to be raised by tax on the estates real and personal of the freeholders and inhabitants of and situated within the said city...
Page 108 - In proof of the expectations held out to our citizens as inducements to favorable action at the election referred to, the following extract from a report of the Water Commissioners, submitted to the Common Council, and by it to the people, immediately preceding that election, is given: — "When the project shall be completed, the eventual receipts will more than pay the interest on the capital expended, and the annual cost of attending the works, and in due time leave a surplus for the redemption...
Page 88 - That the faith of the said mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York, shall be pledged for the final redemption and payment of the stock, which shall or may be created pursuant to the provisions of this act, and that all and singular the revenues of the said mayor, aldermen and commonalty shall be, and they are hereby pledged and appropriated for the payment of the interest which shall become due on the said stock...
Page 89 - The provisions of the act, entitled "An act to regulate the finances of the city of New York...
Page 108 - June 8, 1812, which are not repugnant to or incompatible with any provision in this Act contained, shall apply to said stock.

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