Plan for Collating the Statutes Preparatory to the Work of Consolidation and Revision: Containing the Report of the Chairman on a General Plan for the Consolidation and Classification of the Statutes and a Detailed Plan for Making a Card Record of the History and Substance of the Statutes of the State : Prepared Under the Direction of the Board of Statutory Consolidation of the State of New York : Created by Chapter 664 of the Laws of 1904 : Passed May 9, 1904

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Page 479 - Redemption, how made. 132. Moneys therefor, and how paid. 133. When warrant of seizure may be discharged. 134. Boards of supervisors may abolish or revive distinction between town and county poor. 135. Overseers, when to pay money to county treasurer. 136. Invested town money. 137. Report by supervisors. 138. Register of sex and age. 139. Care of poor persons not to be put up at auction.
Page 654 - Association, the New York State Bar Association, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and the New York County Lawyers Association.
Page 478 - Until taken charge of by superintendents, to be supported by overseers. 67. Overseers of towns to support bastard and mother, whether chargeable or not. 68. Moneys received by overseers from parents of bastard how applied, and accounted for. 69. When moneys received on account of bastard chargeable to county, how to be disposed of. 70. Disputes concerning settlement of bastard, how determined. 71. Proceedings when bastard is chargeable to another town. 72. Mode of ascertaining sum to be allowed for...
Page 23 - And that they and their successors may have a common seal, and may change and alter the same at their pleasure...
Page 475 - Section 1. Short title. 2. Definitions. 3. County superintendents of the poor. 4. Appointment of superintendent as keeper of almshouse. 5. When they may direct overseers of the poor to take charge of county poor. 6. Idiots and lunatics. 7. Pestilence in almshouse. 8. Accounts of county treasurer with towns. 9. Annual apportionment of town expenses. 10. Tax levy on towns. 11. Expense of county poor. Section 12. Superintendents' report to the state board of charities.
Page 551 - Collection of Nonresident Taxes Section 100. Return of unpaid nonresident taxes. 101. Rejection of taxes. 102. Admission of nonresident taxes by comptroller and its effect. . 103. Payment to the county treasurer of excess of arrears credited. 104. Cancellation of tax by comptroller. 105. Transmittal of statement of canceled taxes to board of supervisors. 106. Correction of imperfect descriptions. 107. Nonresident taxes, when and how paid to comptroller.
Page 313 - Laws of 1898.) 890. Peace officers, when required by any person, to carry vagrant before a magistrate for examination. — A peace officer must, when required by any person, take a vagrant before a justice of the peace or police justice of the same city, village or town, or before the mayor, recorder, or city judge, or judge of the general sessions of the same city, for the purpose of examination.
Page 380 - Transfer from state hospital to Matteawan State hospital. 102. Authority to recover for the support of patients. 103. Tenure of office. 104. Communications with patients.
Page 24 - And be it further enacted, That this act shall continue and be in force until the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and one, and no longer: Provided, that the expiration of the act shall not prevent or defeat a prosecution and punishment of any offence against the law, during the time it shall be in force.
Page 529 - HOUSES OF REFUGE AND REFORMATORIES FOR WOMEN. Section 140. Names and location of houses of refuge and reformatories for women. • 141. Appointment of managers. 142. General powers and duties of managers. 143. Appointment and removal of officers and employes; compensation. 144. General powers of superintendents. 145. Oaths and bonds. 146. Commitments; papers furnished by committing magistrates. 147. Return of females improperly committed. 148. Disposition of children of women so committed. 149. Conveyance...

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