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or naptha.

taining the same to be legibly stamped or marked with said
inspector's official stamp or mark. When stored above the
cellar or basement of any store or building, and in barrels of
not over forty-five gallons each, or metallic vessels or tanks,
for convenience of retailing, the quantity of such refined oil
so stored shall not exceed the contents of ten barrels. When
packed in hermetically sealed metallic packages, the quantity
$0 stored shall not exceed one hundred barrels. Whep stored
in cellars or basements surrounded by walls of brick or stone,
and at least two feet below the level of the sidewalk, street
or land adjacent, the quantity so stored shall not exceed the
contents of one hundred and fifty barrels, unless stored in
warehouses specially adapted for that purpose, as provided
under section two of this act; provided, also, that no quantity
of said oils greater than five barrels shall be kept or stored in
any building occupied in any part thereof as a dwelling.
Benzine or paptha may be kept or stored under the provisions
of this section as follows: When stored above the cellar or
basement, the quantity so stored shall not exceed the contents
of ten barrels; when stored in the cellar or basement the
quantity so stored shall not exceed the contents of ten bar-
rels; when stored in a building, any part of which may be
occupied as a dwelling, the quantity so stored shall not exceed
three barrels, provided, nevertheless, that nothing in this act
contained shall prevent the storage of crude or refined petro-
leum in wrought-iron tanks detached from any building, and
specially adapted to that purpose, or in other tanks, so con-
structed that the top shall be at least two feet below the level
of the street or adjoining land, and covered with at least one
foot of earth, when such tanks are appurtenant to or con-
nected with a refinery, with the approval of the inspectors of
buildings, fire marshal or other proper authorities.

§ 2. The seventh section of the said act is hereby amended

so as to read as follows: Duty of city $7. The mayor and common council, or other proper

authorities in any city in the State of New York, not provided
for by this act, shall, by ordinances or resolutions, provide for
the proper enforcement of the provisions of this act, and
such fines as are imposed and collected, after the payment of
the necessary expenses of prosecution, are to be devoted to
the poor in the places where such fines shall be collected,
except in the cities of Brooklyn and New York where such
fines shall go to the widows' and orphans' fund of the fire
department of said cities, and except also, in the city of
Buffalo, where such fines shall be paid by the officers collecting
them to the treasurer of the fireman's benevolent association,
of the city of Buffalo, for the use and benefit of such associa
tion.
$ 3. This act shall take effect immediately.

Ante, p. 549.

Ruthorities.

of library.

ex officio

| CHAP 882. AN ACT to establish a Law Library in the Fourth Judi

cial District.

Passed May 9, 1866; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

§ 1. There shall be a law library for the fourth judicial dis- Location trict located at such place as a majority of the justices of said district shall appoint, which shall be known as the law library of the fourth judicial district; and until the majority of said justices shall otherwise determine, it shall be located in the city of Schenectady.

$ 2. The justices of the supreme court of the fourth judicial Justices district for the time being shall be ex officio trustees of the trustees. said law library, and the same shall be under the care and management of the said trustees; and it shall be the duty of Duties. the said justices, by a majority of their said number, from time to time to make orders, rules and regulations touching the care, management, protection and due preservation of the said library, and prescribe penalties for the violation thereof, and may sue for and recover such penalties for violation thereof, and may maintain actions for injuries to said library. They may procure proper furniture for said library, hire suitable rooms, appoint a suitable librarian, provide fuel and lights, and defray all incidental expenses of the care and management of said library.

$ 3. All appropriations made for said library shall be paid Appropria to said trustees, to be by them disbursed in the purchase of whom books for said library. The said trustees shall report annually to the trustees of the state library the catalogue of books Report to in the said library, and the state and condition thereof. The state trustees of the state library are hereby authorized to place in the library hereby founded, any duplicates of books in their possession not needed in the state library.

S 4. Any person who shall willfully injure any of the books, Penalty furniture or property of said library shall be guilty of a mis- injury to demeanor.

$ 5. The sum of five thousand dollars is hereby appro- Amount priated to the use of the said library, which sun the treasurer priated. is hereby required to pay on the warrant of the comptroller.

$ 6. This act shall take effect immediately.

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harbor-master, .........

84

501.721, 747

..... 108

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Abatement by death, ........ 477 Affidavits, in criminal cases, .

.. 700
Abolition of slavery, ...............

. 500, 595
00,

Agreements, to be in writing,........ 162
Academies,

Agents,
funds for, ....................

for foreign ingurance,
to procure apparatus, ..........

commercial, to take proofs,...... 98, 482
instructing teachers, ..........

364 Agricultural companies, .................. 455
Acknowledgment,

Allowance, in actions, .......... 289, 555, 859
of foreign papers, ...............

482 | Allegany Indians, ....................... 234
of written instruments,............. Albany,
Accounts,

capitol in,.....

....................... 786
of county officers,....

145
of town officers,....

police district, ............ 501, 721, 747
military,.......................

146 Aliens, unclaimed baggage,....... 262
of trustees,

700 Almshouses, exempt from taxes, .......... 704
Accounting,

Amendments,
by supervisors,.....

321, 771
to state constitution,......

223
by administrators,......... 233, 583, 700 to United States constitution,... 500, 595
by town-clerks,....

322 to proceedings on mandamus,....... 140
by health officer,...

118 Amherst, bridge at,..
by school trustees,........

Animals,
Actions,

health of,..

......

776. 815
joinder of, ........
134 cruelty to,...

796
notice of pendency,
231 | Antietam cemetery,....

263
limitation of,...

Annuity to Indians,...
to recover lands,.....

Appeals,
for deceit, arrest on,.......

from surrogate,.......
against soldiers,..

offer of judgment, ...
by pilot commissioners, .....

among the Indians, .......
to enforce school law,

on canal contracts,...

245
Administrators,

from justices,............. 290, 556,
special, to deposit money,..........

from health officer,....

120
may be attached,

under school law,...........
...notice of appointment, .........
233 from town auditors,........

867
fees of,......................

126 on constitutional questions,......... 549
counsel fees to,....................

127 bond and stay on,...... 138, 555, 662, 861
accounting by,............

233, 583, 700

return to,... ...... 138, 662, 861
sales by, ................. 126, 142, Appeals, court of,
appeal from appointment,

appeals to,.....

495
security by,..........

crier for,...

237
to account for interest, .....

opinions of,

520
public, ...

terms of court, ..

550
Administration,

funds in,.....

88
when executor entitled to,........

preferred causes, .............

550
on non-residents,..............

144 Appraisals,
letters to relatives,..........

125 for railroads, ..................
to married women,........
125 for school-house sites, ..........

834
Adjutant-General,.................
542 | Appraisers, on canals,..................

870
Adulterated Milk, ...................

301 Appointments, of notaries,............ 226

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of police commissioners,... 227, 501, 749 Black River improvement,......
of special administrator,........ 233 Blind institution, ......

531
of trustees of Willard asylum,...... 469 Boards, (See Supervisors.]
Armories for militia, ................... 153 of health, .................... 122, 674
Arms for militia,................... 92, 257 of education,..

1,...............

of excise, ...................
by police, ................ 273, 509, 753 of police,................. 266, 501, 743
under health law, .................

685

canal, ................. 53, 79, 868. 870
on Sunday, .......................

Boarding station at quarantine, ...... 113, 534
in actions for deceit,.......

Boats,
trespassing on oyster beds,........

liens on,.......................
Arsenals, state, ........................

in police district, .......
Assessors,

Bonds,
election of,...

in anticipation of tax,....
number for each town,......... 497 671 by town auditors,.......
Assessment of taxes, ....................

by counties for bounty,...........
Assembly districts, ...................... 787 when evidence of debt,...
Asylums,

on appeal from surrogate, ......
inebriate, ................ 240, 464

of county treasurer, ........... 252,
for the insane,...........

of State, interest on,....
for insane convicts,.............

by supervisors, ........
juvenile,...

and stocks of the State, ......
Attachment,

by auctioneers.......
against administrator,......

by towns for railroads,...
under the code, ......

858 Bounties to volunteers, 41, 42, 49, 56, 76, 85,
Attendants on court of appeals, .... 237 Brandy making, companies for, .......
Attorneys,

Brands, fraud in using,........
in justices' courts,..

295 | Bribery of officers, .......
of other states, ...

706 Bridges,
for the Indians, .....
, 147 repair of,.......

....... 485, 829
Auction duties,....

39, 774 over canals, 83, 92, 99, 102, 108, 109, 111
by commissioners of emigration,. 262

146, 164, 166
Auctioneers to give bonds,..

Brooklyn,
Auditing military accounts, .......... 146 arsenal in, .......

..... 260
Auditors,

detention of prisoners in,.......
of town accounts,..

law library in, .......

161
may borrow money,

Buffalo,
annual meetings,
286 law library in, .......

143
statements by,..

286 to convey slip to the State, .........
appeals from,..

.................. 867 Bureau of military statistics, ...... 77, 229, 573
Auditor of canals, ....

books to be kept open, .............

chief of, and his duty,..............
Baggage of aliens,

objects of, ........................
Baldwinsville canal, ..
165 annual reports,.........

230
Banks,

Bureau of military record created, and its

238 duties, ................
deposits by, .......... 105, 174,

auxiliaries, ......................

573
loans by,. ........... 105, 238,

540

records of towns, .............
under United States laws,.

funds from counties, ..........
department, ....

pay for services, .............
securities with,.....

a staff department, .
quorum of directors, .......

50 Buildings, unsafe and noxious,.....
liability of stockholders,

128 Burglary, defined,................
tax on, ..................

828 Butter
insolvent,.....
669 manufactory,........

300, 478
closing business, .
723 marks on casks, ............

521
safety fund,...

777 Burts for malt liquor......
duty of receivers, .......... 128 669 Buying and selling, office, ..........
Ballston, arsenal in,...

260
Battery,

Canals,
enlargement,....

569 Baldwinsville,.....
sale of, to United States, ..

contracts for repairs.........
Barrels for malt liquors, .......

250 Clark and Skinner canal,.
Bills of exchange, protest of,.... 449. 467 encroachments on,
Binghamton, added to, .......

173 appeals as to contracts,..
Birds, preservation of, ......... 158, 299, 852 boats, liens on,.....
Births and deaths, report of, ......

canal auditor,...........

84

868

262

of savings,.............. 105. 174, 453

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