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CHAP. 3.
AN ACT relative to the Troy and Sandlake turnpike

company.

Passed January 16, 1833. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

$ 1. That it shall be lawful for “The President, Distockholders. rectors and Company of the Troy and Sandlake Turn

pike,” to call in the whole or any part of the remaining thirteen dollars upon each share of the stock in said company, not paid by the stockholders, for the purpose of improving the condition of said road, or parts thereof, by altering the same in its construction, so as to give it more solidity and permanency, upon the plan of McAdam, or otherwise, as the nature of the soil over which said road passes, may appear to said company best adapted for producing such results.

$ 2. That such further expenditures on said road being made, and accounts thereof from time to time being filed with the comptroller of this state, by the said company, the amount thereof shall be added to the first cost of the said road, and the company thereupon be entitled to the like dividends or interests thereon, as they would be if such further expenditures had formed a part of the first cost of said road.

$ 3. That in future the day for choosing directors of the said company, shall be on the first Tuesday in May, annually, instead of the day now fixed by law.

Cost of road.

Cleetion.

CHAP. 4.
AN ACT concerning the supreme court clerk's office

in the city of Utica.

Passed January 18, 1833. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

S 1. Thomas H. Hubbard, the clerk of the supreme court, residing in the city of Utica, is hereby authorized and directed, to make such repairs and additions to the out houses situated on the supreme court clerk's office lot, in the city of Utica, as he may deem necessary and proper for the convenience of said office; and the said clerk

Repairs and additions,

how paid.

may also cause a plain but substantial wood fence to be built, enclosing said lot.

$ 2. The treasurer shall pay, on the warrant of the Expense comptroller, to the said Thomas H. Hubbard, a sum not exceeding sixty dollars, for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the repairs, alterations and erections contemplated by this act.

$ 3. It shall be the duty of the said Thomas H. Hub- Clerk to anbard, to render to the comptroller, a detailed account upon oath of the moneys expended by him under this act, together with the vouchers for such expenditure, within sixty days after the same shall have been drawn from the treasury.

count,

CHAP. 5.
AN ACT to build a fire proof clerk's office in the county

of Monroe.

Passed January 18, 1833. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

S 1. That the board of supervisors of the county of Money 10 be Monroe, be, and they are hereby authorized, at their next raised by tax. annual meeting, or at any future meeting thereafter, to cause to be levied and collected from the taxable inhabia tants of said county, in the same manner as the contingent expenses of the county are directed by law to be levied and collected, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, for the purpose of building a fire proof clerk's office for said county, in the village of Rochester.

S 2. The board of supervisors may appoint a commis- Office home sioner or commissioners, to superintend the building of the builla said office, on such site on the public lands of said county, as the said board shall designate; and the treasurer of said county is hereby authorized and required, from time to time, after the said money shall be assessed and collected, to pay out of the treasury of the said county, on the warrant of the said commissioners, or a majority of them, a sum of money not exceeding in the whole, the said sum of two thousand dollars to defray the expenses of said building.

$ 3. That when the said clerk's office shall be completed, all books, records and public papers shall be removed thereto; and the same shall thereafter be the clerk's office of the county of Monroe.

Rerols,

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CHAP. 6. AN ACT concerning the territorial limits and jurisdiction of the state of New-York and the state of New-Jersey.

Passed January 18, 1833. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

S 1. The governor shall appoint three commissioners, who shall have full powers, on the part of the state of New-York, to meet commissioners appointed, or who may be appointed, under or by virtue of a law of the legislature of the state of New-Jersey, to negotiate and agree respecting the territorial limits and jurisdiction of the state of New-York and the state of New-Jersey. And if by death, resignation or otherwise, a vacancy do happen among those appointed by the state of New York, the governor, or person administering the government of this state, is hereby authorised to supply the same.

$ 2. The said commissioners on the part of the state of New-York, or the major part of them, shall have full power and authority to agree upon, settle and determine the limits and jurisdiction between the said states, as to them may seem just; and their agreement in the premises in writing, signed and sealed by the said commissioners of both states, or a majority of them, respectively, if made on or before the first Tuesday of January next, shall become binding on the state of New York, when confirmed by the respective legislatures of New-York and NewJersey, and approved by congress.

S 3. The said commissioners shall meet at such time and place as they may agree upon.

$ 4. The governor, or person administering the government of this state, shall transmit to the governor or person administering the government of the state of NewJersey, a copy of this act.

$ 5. The commissioners who act in the premises, shall each be entitled to receive five dollars per day for every day they may be employed in discharging their duties under this act, and fifteen cents per mile for every mile they shall necessarily travel, in going to and returning from any meeting of the said commissioners, to be paid by the treasurer, on the warrant of the comptroller.

Place of
Djeeting

Governor to send copy of this act.

Pay of com missioners.

CHAP. 7.
AN ACT authorising the board of supervisors of the county

of Onondaga to apply the balance of money now in their
hands, raised for building a court-house and jail.

Passed January 22, 1833.
The People of the State of New York, represented in
Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

S 1. The board of supervisors of the county of Onondaga are hereby authorised to apply the balance of money now in their hands, and which was raised for the building of a court-house and jail in said county to the payment of the debt contracted for said purpose, or in such other manner as the said board shall direct,

CHAP. 8.
AN ACT to incorporate the Mechanics' benefit society of

New-York.

Passed January 22, 1833. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

$ 1. There shall be established and located in the city Namo. of New York, a charitable society, by the name of the Mechanics' benefit society.

S 2. John McGrath, Charles N. Baldwin, Joseph Hal-Corporation lenbeck, and such other persons as shall hereafter become members of said society, are hereby constituted a body corporate, by the name aforesaid.

$ 3. The corporation shall have power to prescribe By law.. rules and regulations for the admission of its members and their government, the election of its officers and their duties, and for expelling any of its members for not observing its laws. Candidates for admission to said society shall be elected at the regular meeting of the same, by a majority of the votes of the members then present.

$ 4. The object of the society is to afford mutual relief Object. to the members thereof and their families, in cases of sickness or death.

S 5. The corporation may purchase and hold real and Real estate. personal estate for their use and benefit, but the same shall not exceed, at any one time, the sum of five thousand dollars.

Gencral powers.

$ 6. This corporation shall possess the general powers, and be subject to the general restrictions and liabilities prescribed in the third title of the eighteenth chapter of the first part of the Revised Statutes.

$ 7. The legislature may at any time hereafter modify or repeal this act.

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CHAP. 9.
AN ACT for the relief of the High School society of New-

York.

Passed January 22, 1833. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

S 1. The trustees of the High School society of NewYork are hereby authorised to sell and convey to any person or persons, or bodies corporate, all or any part of their real estates, at such times, in such manner, and for such prices as a majority of the said trustees shall deem advisable for the interests of the stockholders. And any deed or conveyance of the same, or any part thereof, executed by the said trustees under their corporate seal, and duly proved or acknowledged according to law, shall be sufficient to vest in the grantee all the estate and interest of the said trustees in the real estate mentioned and described in such conveyance.

$ 2. It shall be lawful for the said trustees, or a majority of them, whenever they shall deem it beneficial to the interests of the stockholders that the corporation should be dissolved, to make application to the court of chancery by a petition for a decree dissolving the same.

$ 3. The provisions of the third article of title fourthof chapter eighth of the third part of the Revised Statutes, with the exception of the last section thereof, shall apply to the said corporation in the same manner and with the like effect as if it were expressly named therein.

May apply for dissolution

Goneral

provision.

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