Minutes of the Common Council of the City of New York, 1784-1831, Volume 17

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M. B. Brown printing & binding Company, 1917 - New York (N.Y.)

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Page 470 - Laws shall be made for ascertaining, by proper proofs, the citizens who shall be entitled to the right of suffrage hereby established, and for the registration of voters; which registration shall be completed at least ten days before each election.
Page 647 - An act to lay a duty on strong liquors, and for regulating inns and taverns...
Page 520 - He shall give a bond in the sum of five thousand dollars, with at least two sureties to be approved by the Mayor conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office.
Page 207 - And be it further ordained, That it shall be the duty of the...
Page 409 - ... apply to the Supreme Court for the appointment of commissioners of estimate and assessment in the matter of the closing of said steeet, avenue, or part thereof, as in the manner provided by law.
Page 86 - For the purpose of showing the great uniformity which has prevailed, and how ready Congress has always been to respect the motives of individuals charged with violations of the law, the committee submit the annexed schedule of laws passed on this subject. (See Appendix C.) These cases establish the...
Page 754 - Wcisbrod offered the following resolution, which was adopted: Resolved, That it be referred to the...
Page 543 - Peters presented the following Resolution which was read and laid on the Table Resolved that...
Page 54 - However, original surveys in the possession of the Ministers, Elders and Deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York, as well as the documents cited in the author's nearly-completed manuscript "The Manor of Fordham and Its Founder," support the statement of acreage as here given.
Page 747 - Buren as a testimony of the respect and esteem which the people of the City of New York entertain for his private worth and public services. Resolved, That his Honor the Mayor, do carry the foregoing Resolution into effect. On being read, Alderman Palmer moved that the same be laid on the table. The question being taken thereon, it passed in negative.

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