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Michael J. Gorman........
Assemblyman .. Albany ....... Albany.
St. Regis Falls.
New York, 2. New York .... New York,
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John E. Brodsky... James D. McClelland.. John C. Niglutsch .. J. Hampden Robb. David Gideon ...... Henry L. Sprague ... James J. Costello... Jacob Cooper. ..... James E. Morrison Michael J. Costello. John J. Cullen ..... John McManus........ James Haggerty...... Theodore Roosevelt . Edward C. Sheehy Leroy B. Crane .... Matthew P. Breen.. Joseph W. Higgins. Thomas V. Welch. Patrick Griffin... Morris R. Jones....... Frank A. Edgerton... Thomas G. Alvord. Elbert O. Farrar.. John Lighton ...... John Raines ........ Joseph Lomas.... William H. Clark . Henry M. Hard ...... William A. Poucher ... Byron Helm ..... J. Stanley Browne..... Henry T. Harris..... Robert A. Livingston.. Townsend D. Cock .. John J. Mitchell .. Charles E. Patterson. Richard A. Derrick Rufus Sweet....... Erastus Brooks.... John Cleary ......... Abel Godard ...... Worth Chamberlain. George Z. Erwin ... Benjamin F. Baker.. Delcour S. Potter ... John D. Campbell... Edwin D. Hager ...... Minor T. Jones........ Albert M. Patterson... Orange S. Searl ... Allen A. Van Orsdale. George M. Fletcher... Edward H. Pinney . Jacob B. Floyd ....... John E. Beers ....... George H. Sharpe ..... Eagene FPatten ......... Thomas E. Penedict.......
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Sand Bank. Otsego.
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Danby. Ulster ......... Kingston. Ulster .........
Milton. Ulster ......... Ellenville.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH REGULAR SESSION OF THE LEGISLA-
TURE, BEGUN THE THIRD DAY OF JANUARY AND ENDED
tor pays over
AN ACT to authorize the extension of the time for the collec. tion of taxes in the several towns of this State.
Passei) February 11, 1882; three-fifths being present. The People of the: State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact:ae. follows : If collec- SECTION 1. If any collector or receiver of taxes, in any town of this
y state, shall pay over all moneys collected by him, and shall make his money and return to the treasurer of his county, as now required by law, of all bond, ting unpaid. taxes, on lands of non-residents, and shall renew his bond as extended herein provided, the time for the collection of all other taxes, and for ist. : niaking return thereof by him, shall be and is hereby extended to the
• first day of April,one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two; such bond
shall be renewed with such sureties as in any town shall be approved
by the supervisor thereof, or, in case of his absence or inability to act, Penalty of by the town clerk thereof. The penalty thereof, in any case, shall be
double the amount of taxes in that case remaining uncollected. The bond shall be approved in writing, and filed in the same manner as the
original bond is required by law to be filed, and to have all the effect Copy bond of the collector's or receiver's bond. A copy of the bond, and the
to approval thereof, shall, within fifteen days after the passage of this act, treasurer. be delivered to the county treasurer of the county in which said town is;
but nothing herein contained shall be construed as extending the time for the payment of the state tax, or any part thereof, by the county
treasurer of said county to the coniptroller, as now provided by law. Secretary $ 2. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state, immediately after distribute the passage of this act, to cause to be printed on slips of paper, and copies of deivered to each county treasurer, a sufficient number thereof, to sup
ply one copy to each collector or receiver of taxes in said county, and it shall be the duty of the said county treasurer to deliver one copy thereof to each collector or receiver of taxes in his county.
§ 3. This act shall take effect immediately.
to be delivered to
AN ACT to legalize and confirm the election of trustees and
other corporation officers of the village of Dansville, in the county of Livingston, held on the seventh day of February, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two, and the appro. priation made at such election.
Passed February 18, 1882; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows : Election SECTION 1. The election of village officers, held in the village of of officers: Dansville, in the county of Livingston, on the seventh day of Febru
ary, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two, and the appropriations made thereat, are hereby legalized and confirmed, notwithstanding the time of holding such election was not as required by section one of chapter four hundred and thirty-one of the laws of eighteen