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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS. the legislature of this state; but shall not, while the same is appropriated and pledged by the said section, be reduced below the sum of six cents upon each and every bushel; and the said duties shall remain inviolably appropriated and applied, as is provided by the said tenth section; and that so much of the said tenth section of the seventh article of the constitution of this state as is inconsistent with this amendment be abrogated.

Whereas the said proposed amendment was, at the last session, agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, and was entered on their journals, with the yeas and nays taken thereon, and was referred to the legislature then next to be chosen, and has been published three months previous to the time of making the choice of the members of the present legislature,

Resolved, That the senate do agree to the said proposed amendment, two-thirds of the members elected to the senate voting in favor thereof.

JOHN TRACY, President. . Attest, John F. Bacon, Clerk.

STATE OF NEW-YORK.

In Assembly, April 19, 1833. Resolved, That this house do agree to the said proposed amendment, two-thirds of all the members elected to this house voting in favor thereof.

CHAS. L. LIVINGSTON, Speaker. Attest, Francis Seger, Clerk.

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STATE OF NEW-YORK.

In Senate, April 22d, 1833.. Whereas the senate, at the last session of the legislature, did resolve that the following amendment be proposed to the constitution of this state:

Resolved, At the end of the tenth section of the fourth article of the said constitution add the following words: “Except in the city of New-York, in which the mayor shall be chosen annually, by the electors thereof qualified to vote for the other charter officers of the said city, and at the time of the election of such officers.”

Whereas the said proposed amendment was, at the last session, agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, and was entered on their journals, with the yeas and nays taken thereon, and was referred to the legislature then next to be chosen, and has been published for three months previous to the time of

making the choice of the members of the present legislature,

Resolved, That the senate do agree to the proposed amendment, two-thirds of all the members elected to the senate voting in favor thereof.

JOHN TRACY, President. Attest, John F. Bacon, Clerk of the Senate. STATE OF NEW-YORK.

In Assembly, April 25th, 1833. Resolved, That the assembly do agree to the said proposed amendment, two-thirds of all the members elected to the assembly voting in favor thereof.

CHĂS. L. LIVINGSTON, Speaker. Attest, Francis SEGER, Clerk of the Assembly.

STATE OF NEW-YORK.

In Senate, April 26, 1833. Resolved, (if the assembly concur,) That, in the opinion of the legislature, the work entitled “ The Life and Voy. ages of Christopher Columbus, by Washington Irving, abridged by the same,” from the national charaeter of the subject, the fidelity and interest of the narrative and the purity and elegance of the style, is eminently fit to be used as a class book in the common schools of this state; and it is hereby recommended to the trustees of the several school districts to take the necessary measures to introduce the same into the schools under their charge, with as little delay as circumstances 'may permit.

Resolved, (if the assembly concur,) That the secretary of state, as superintendent of common schools, be, and he is hereby directed to address a circular letter to the trustees of the several school districts within this state, enclosing a certified copy of the preceding resolution, and supporting the propriety of the recommendation therein contained with such observations as he may deem proper.

By order,
*JOHN F. BACON, Clerk of the Senate.
STATE OF NEW-YORK.

In Assembly, April 29, 1833. Resolved, That this house do concur with the senate in their said resolutions.

By order,
FRANCIS SEGER, Clerk of the Assembly. .

ERRATA. Chap. 183, section 1, line 6, for Geneva read Genesee. Chap. 255, section 1, line 14, for May read June.

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Fine arts, ..........

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Albany female, ..

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New-Paltz, :....

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Oswego,.........

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Oswegatchie,......

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Aurora manual labor seminary,.

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Wesleyan seminary, i........ii

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Rain gages for,...................

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Administrators,
Act relative to, in Suffolk county,..

306
Albany city.
Mayor's court, powers extended, ........,

20
Time extended for collecting taxes in, ......... 35
Act to amend charter of fire department, ...... 52, 108
Act relative to the measurer of stone in,.....
Appropriation for improving the Capitol park,..... 128
Act relative to the female academy, ...

153
Gas light company incorporated.....

154
Hibernian provident society,..........

189
Bank of Albany, charter amended, .......
Albany and Schenectady turnpike road,..

194
Act relative to the city, ...rnnen....

214
Public health, .................

305
Water patents fronting the basin, ...,

327
Debts of non-residents taxable, ......

355
Firemen's insurance compariy,......

380
Inspection of green hides and skins,..

384
New-York and Albany rail-road,.....

399
Mortgages of personal property, ......

402
Acts relative to the state offices, ... ....... 406

- Albany County.
Mayor's court and general sessions, powers extended, 20
Justices of the peace, ....................... 25, 392

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Commissioners of deeds,..............
Time extended for collecting taxes in, ........
Bernville academy and female seminary, .........
Land in Watervliet ceded to the United States, .• 115
Commissioners of highways,......

169
Public health, ...

305
Debts of non-residents taxable,......

355
Mortgages of personal property, .........

402
Allegany County.
Justices of the peace,...................... 25, 392
Commissioners of deeds,....
A dam may be erected in Angelica, .......... 109, 266
Commissioners of highways, .....

169
Dam in the town of Amity, .
Public health, ...................

305
Debts of non-residents taxable, .....

355
Mortgages of personal property,

402
Aliens.
Frances Anderson, .................

142
Foreign creditors of James de Le Ray de Chaumont, 160
Peter La Coste,.......
Act concerning resident aliens, .....

194
Conway Smith,...

300
Escheated lands, ....................

472
Amendments to the Constitution.
Election of mayor of New-York, ............ 377, 514
Duties on salt, ............................ 382, 513

American Academy of Fine Arts,
Act to extend the charter of,........

American Seamen's Friend
Society incorporated, ......................

Anderson, Frances,
Act for her relief,..............................

... Angelica,
Dam across Genesee river in,...................

Andrews, Amos,
Allowance to,............................ 510, 511

Arcularius, Henry,
To make alterations in state arsenal, New-York,.. 119

Arsenal,
In New-York, ................................ 119

Assembly.
Act concerning the payment of chaplains,......... 110
Allowance to clerk of,......................... 510
Concurrent resolutions,................ 513, 514, 515

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