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L. 1909, chu 50

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R, L., Ch. 77, S 10. Section 5 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, § 11. Section 11 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 65, $1. Section 13 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, S 18. Section 2.2 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 119, S 16. Sections 9, 10 provide that a person claiming benefit of discovery of forfeited estates by reason of attainder of owner shall publish notice that he has made application for the benefit of the act in relation to such lands, and shall also offer proof of the ownership of such lands; that the surveyorgeneral shall report from time to time to the comptroller of the sales of such lands together with the names of the persons entitled to the benefit of such discoveries, that upon sufficient security being given to the State, payments shall be made to the persons entitled to such benefits. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1805, Ch, 96, SS 1-4. Relates to commissioners of the land office. L. 181:3, Ch. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised acts Section 1 is within purview and operation of R. L., ('h. 74, $ 2. Section 2 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, $ 3. Section 3 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 53, $ 1 (at end of section). Section 4 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, § 1.

L. I8o5, Ch. 120. Revives and extends time for the remission and commutation of quit rents its provided by L. 1501, Ch. 187, $ 3, until the first Tuesday of Ipril, 1806. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1806, Ch. 22. Provides for sale of land remaining the property of the state in the Oneida, Onondaga and Cayuga reservations, preference being given to actual settlers thereon. A also directs commissioners of land office to dispose of the land in the FishCreek reservation. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1806, Ch. 171, SS 1, 4. Revives and extends time for the remission and commutation of quit rents its provided by L. 1801, Ch. 197, 53, intil the tirst Tuesday of April, 1506. Section 1 is temporary and obsolete. Section + is within the purview and operation of R. L., (). Th.

L. 1806, Ch. 185. Relates to surveys of mappropriated lands. L. 181, (h. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised acts. Repealed statute is within prview and operation of R. L... (h. 11, S.

L. 1807, Ch. 176. Relates to commissioners of the land oflice. L. 181:3, (h. 20-, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised aets. Repealed statute comes within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 71, st.

L. 1808, Ch. 132. Revives and extends time for the remission and commutation of quit rents is provided by L. 1801, Ch. 187, $ 3, until April 1, 1809. Temporary and obsolete.

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L. 1808, Ch. 215, $ 1. Relates to costs in cases where the people are bound to warrant title. L. 1813, Ch. 202, repeals all acts within purview or operation of revised laws. Repealed statute is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 96, § 22.

L. 1809, Ch. 38, SS 1, 2. Suspends the sale of unappropriated lands by surveyor-general for one year after the passage of this act. Section i is temporary and obsolete. L. 1813, Ch. 202, repeals all aets that come within purview or operation of revised acts. Section 2 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, S 17.

L. I8og, Ch. 95. Relates to commissioners of the land office. . L. 1813, Ch. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised acts. Statute repealed comes within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, S 4.

L. 1809, Ch. 107, S 8. Extends time within which settlements must be made on lands conveyed by state for a further term of ten vears. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1809, Ch. 164, § 26. Revives and extends time for the remission and commutation of quit rents as provided by L. 1801, Ch. 187, § 3, until first Tuesday of April, 1811. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1809, Ch. 185. Provides that when land has been sold as belonging to attainted person, and such person has obtained a recovery for the same against the grantee from the state, appraisers shall be appointed to fix the value of improvements made by the grantee from state, which sum the party obtaining recovery of the land shall pay within a certain time. If he does not do so, then the grantee from the state may have the same appraisers fix the value of the lands exclusive of the improvements, which sum if paid within twelve months shall extinguish title of original owner in said lands. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1810, Ch. 117, $ $ 1-3. Extends time for payment of purchase price of lands and mortgages given for purchase price of same, in the (aynga, Oneida and Onondaga reservations, and provides for publication of tirst two sections of act. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1810, Ch. 141, SS 2-4. Relates to unappropriated lands. L. 1813, Ch. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised laws. Section 2 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, $ 10. Section 3 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, § 16. Section 4 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 71. $ 33.

L. 1810, Ch. 154. Relates to the purchase of a part of the reservation belonging to the Christian party of the Oneida nation of Indians. L. 1813, (h. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised laws. Sections 1-3, 5, 6, are within purview and operation of R. L., ('h. 92, S$ 8, 18. Section 4 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 92, $ 19.

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L. 1811, Ch. 37. Relates to the purchase of certain islands in the Niagara river from the Seneca Indians. L. 1813, Ch. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised laws. Repealed statute comes within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 92, $ 52.

L. 1811, Ch. 48, SS 1, 5, 7, 9, 12, 13. Relates to sale of lands belonging to the state. L. 1513, Ch. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised laws. Section 1 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. it, s 31. Section 5 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. it, $ +1. Section 7 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. it, $ +:. Section 9 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. it, $ 6. Section 12 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 7t, $ 25. Seetion 13 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. it, $29.

L. 1811, Ch. 246, $ 25. Declares certain land in village of Oswego to be a public highway: L. 1813, (h. 202, repeals all acts that come within purvieu or operation of revised laws. Repealed statute is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 74, $33.

L. 1812, Ch. 7. Proviiles for the relief of the settlers on the Cayuga reservation and for other purposes. L. 18133, (h. 202, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised laws. Section 1 is within prview and operation of R. L., (71. 71, $ 31. Section 2 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 55, § 7. Section 3 is within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 55, § 8.

L. I8I2, Ch. 239, $ 20. Relates to the purchase of lands belonging to any nation or tribe of Indians. L. 1913, Ch. 20, repeals all acts that come within purview or operation of revised laws. Repealed statute comes within purview and operation of R. L., Ch. 9252.

L. 1813, Ch. 136, SS 1, 2. Relates to lands in Cayuga reservation, Obsolete.

I R. L. (1813), Ch. 80, SS 5, 6. Provides that surveyor-general shall sell such lands in the Military Tract as shall be escheated to the state, and provides methods of so doing. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1814, Ch. 5, SS 1-8. Provides for sale of land in arrears for quit rent and the redemption of the same. Temporary and obsolete.

L. I816, Ch. I7 5, S I. Provides for purchasing release for improvements made by Christian party of the Oneida Indians. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1817, Ch. 161. Revives for one year L. 1810, ('h. 141, $ 3, which declares the right to the unappropriated land covered by the extension of the road patents and the Iloilman township, of the Totten and Crossfield's purchase to be vested in persons holding the same under titles derived from such patents, provided the value of lanıl be paid the state within two years. Revised act would be classified as a special law, were it not for the fact that it

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was re-enacted in R. L., Ch. 74, § 16. Reviving act is temporary and obsolete.

L. 1817, Ch. 229. Suspends for one year the collection of principal and interest for moneys due for lands sold by the coinmissioners of the land office in the eastern district to actual settlers, under certain conditions. Temporary and obsolete.

L. I8I9, Ch. 222. Relates to payment and collection of quit rents and the redemption of lands sold for quit rents. Act also provides for investment in canal stock of money belonging to the literature fund. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1819, Ch. 223. Provides for the survey and sale of all lands purchased from the Indians. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1819, Ch. 244, $$ i pt., 2. Section 2 provides that balloting book filed in the secretary's office by the commissioners of the land office shall be transcribed and filed in the Cayuga county clerk's office, and that such transcript shall be received in evidence in all courts. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1820, Ch. 245, $$ 1-4, 9, 10. Limits time within which application for purchase of escheated lands inust be made. Also provides that no deed or conveyance or writing relating to title to bounty lands executed on or before May 1, 1797, shall be read in evidence unless it is acknowledged or proved according to R. L., Ch. 97, S 1. Ict provides for filing certitied transcripts of the lists of the dead of the several regiments of this state as appears in the oflice of the secretary of state, in tlie offices of the clerks of the counties of Onondaga, ('avuga, Oswego, Seneca, ('ortland and Tompkins, and that such transcripts shall be received in evidence the same as the original. Obsolete.

L. 1821, Ch. 241. Provides for the commutation of quit rents within two years from the passage of this art, ind postpones the sale of all lands for quit rents for two years from May 1, 1821. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1822, Ch. 130, § 1. Extends time within which certain occupants of mappropriated lands in the county of Essex and certain lands in the comity of Washington, may apply to commissioners of the land office to purchase lots occupied by them. Temporary aud obsolete.

L. 1824, Ch. 38. Revives for two years, L. 1910, (h. 141, § 3, which declares the right to the unappropriated land covered by the extension of the road patents and the Hoffman township, of the Totten and Crosstiell's purchase to be posted in persons holding the same under titles derived from uch patents, provided the value of the land be paid the state, within two years. Revised act would be classitied is a special law, were it not for the fact that it was re-enacted in R. L., (W. 71, § 16. Reviving act is temporary and obsolete.

L. I824, Ch. 225. Extends time for payment of arrears and commutation of quit rents until first Triesılay of Way, 1825, and

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sales of lands for upaid quit rents suspended till same time. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1825, Ch. 251. Estends time for commutation of quit rents to first Tuesday of March, 1826, and sale by comptroller for arrears in quit rents is suspended until the same time. det provides that after Vay 3, 1525, the rate of commutation of quit rents shall be increased, and provides for the payment of costs and disbursements upon sales for non-payment of quit rents. Temporary and obsolete.

L. 1826, Ch. 320. Provides that title to all lands theretofore granted by letters patent to any person who died before the granting or issuance of such letters shall be declared to have been vested in such grantee at time of his death. let also provides that bona fide actual settlers shall not be dispossessed by virtue of any title obtained by virtue hereof until they have been paid the value of the improvements thereon. Temporary and obsolete

L. 1828, Ch. 227. Provides for the compensation to be allowed by the commissioners of the land office for services performed for them in punishing trespassers upon patented land. det refers to services mentioned in R. S., Pt. 1, Ch. 9. Tit. ij, Art. 5, SS 71. 72. evidently meaning SS 7. 7s because it is in Art. 7, and refers to grants of lands under water. Obsolete be. cause revised statutes have been repealed.

L. 1828, Ch. 20, $ 15,7 6 (2d meeting). Paragraphe changes reading of a section in the reviset statutes (RS, Pt. 1, Ch. 9, Tit. i $7), which read it shall be the duty of the comptroller

and to issile letters patent for the land described in the certificate as to read “it shall be the duty of the comptroller

and letters patent for the land described in the certificate shall be issued.“ Obsolete because this section has been repeale.

L. 1830, Ch. 322. Releases to patentees, their heirs and assigns the right of the state to vacate grants made by patent forded upon condition that ictual setilement should be made possil the land. Temporary and obsolete.

L. I833, Ch. 108. Directs the secretary of state to make a certified list of reserved and excheated lots in the several townships in the Military Tract and to tile the same with the clerk of Seneca (outr. Temporary and obsolete..

L. 1836, Ch. 457. Esteuds time allowed in ton closure actions brought by the attomer-general under RS. PL. 1, ('1..99, Tit. 1 within which land wan be redeemead from siele sale and provides amount that must be paid on such redemption. Trot is obscoleta because the revised statutes have been repealed.

L. 1843, Ch. 67. Consolidated in Public Land Lawi.

L. 1866, Ch. 481. Provides for the disposition of lands donated to this state by the United States for educational purposes. It is obsolete.

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