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For J. D. Hallen, as attorney for the defendant in the action herein- J. D. Halafter named, the sum of forty-three dollars, being the amount in full payment of a judgment for costs against the people of this state in an action commenced in the name of the people by the attorney-general against Francis E. Rowley and others, which judgment was docketed in Albany county clerk's office on the twenty-sixth day of November, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine.

The comptroller shall pay the above sum to the above-named attorney upon his producing to, and filing with, the comptroller a satisfaction of said judgment, certified by the attorney-general to be in due form.

For the attorney-general, in full for the services of counsel for the Attorneystate, in the case of the People of the State of New York against Linus general Jones Peck and George Talbot, the sum of two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, subject, to the audit of the comptroller.

For the purpose of extending dairy knowledge and science, and for Extenddisseminating the same among the people of this state, the sum of

ing dairy thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the New York edge. State Dairymen's Association, upon vouchers to be approved by the comptroller.

For such justices of the supreme court whose term of office shall be Justices or shall have been abridged pursuant to the provision of section thir- supreme teen of article six of the constitution, and who shall have served as such justices ten years, twelve thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For paying the services anu expenses of all counsel appearing before Counsel the special committee of the assembly of eighteen hundred and eighty- appearing one, to investigate the charges of bribery and corruption in connection committee with the election of United States senátor, the suin of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid on the charge of audit of the comptroller.

bribery. For the repair and improvement of the iron bridge over Clear creek Iron on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation (a bridge heretofore erected by the state), and the approaches thereto, the sum of eight hundred dol- creek. lars, or so much as may be necessary for the purpose, to be expended under the direction of Deforest N. Parker, a commissioner hereby appointed for that purpose, and whose compensation as such commissioner shall be three dollars per day, a u who shall give before entering upon the duties of such commissionership, a bond to be approved by the comptroller, for the faithful execution of the duties herein imposed.

For the repair, improvement and preservation of the piers and Bridge bridge over the Cattaraugus creek, near Versailles, on the Cattaraugus paraugus Indian Reservation (a bridge heretofore erected by the state), the sum of seven hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purpose, to be expended under the direction of Deforest N. Parker, a commissioner hereby appointed for that purpose, and whose compensation as such commissioner shall be three dollars per day, and who shall give, before entering upon the duties of such commissionership, a bond to be approved by the comptroller, for the faithful exccution of the duties herein imposed.

For the commissioners of quarantine for repairs of rip rap wall, roofs Commisof buildings, steam engine, pumps and plumbing on Hoffman Island, Sloners of two thousand five hundred dollars, and for the care, maintenance and tine. repair of the quarantine establishment, fifteen thousand dollars.

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The corporation formed under and pursuant to the authority of chapter four hundred and ninety-two of the laws of eighteen hundred

and seventy, for the purpose of constructing warehouses, docks and 1870, when wharves for quarantine purposes in the bay of New York, shall not be

deemed dissolved if it shall commence its operation within two years dissolved. from the passage of this act. Society

For the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents, on

Randall's Island, for the cost of repairs for plumbing and drainage, formation

and material for the same, done and furnished in conformity with the

order of the board of health of the city of New York, in eighteen hunquents. dred and eighty, the sum of ten thousand seven hundred and thirty

two dollars and thirteen cents, to be paid upon vouchers to be ap

proved by the comptroller.
Western For the Western House of Refuge, for building inclosure walls

around new building, grading the grounds, laying flag-stone walks and
putting in outlet sewer, fifteen thousand dollars; and for purchase of
grounds on Backus avenue, for site for barn, and carriage and store-
house, two thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars; and for rebuild-
ing the laundry and drying-room recently destroyed by fire, and

replacing articles burned therein, the sum of three thousand dollars. Normal

For the Normal and Training School at Fredonia, for repairing
Fredonia,
ferte abolit thirty-one rooms, for two flights of stairs, for ceiling and flooring base-

ment, for partitions in same, for painting and windows, for heating
apparatus for dormitories, and for repair of kitchen, dining-room and

closets, the sum of three thousand three hundred and sixty-six dollars. At Albany. For the State Normal school at Albany, for repairs, text-books,

library, scientific apparatus and general purposes of the school, two

thousand dollars. Comp- It shall be the duty of the comptroller of this state, as soon

after the passage of this act as shall be practicable, and within estate and six months after such passage, to sell and convey by proper known as deed, to be by him executed and delivered to such person, corpoPremises

ration, or other purchaser as he may be able to procure, and for Island, ex

such price as he may be able to obtain, either at public or private sale, cepting and either as a whole, or in separate parcels, all the real estate and

premises, and other property in the town of Middletown, Richmond
county, now possessed and occupied by the trustees of the Seamen's
Fund and Retreat on Staten Island, excepting, however, six acres of
land hereinafter described ; and upon the delivery of said deed, the

title to all the said real estate and property so directed to be sold shall Proceeds, be and become vested in such purchaser or purchasers. The proceeds how to be of the sale herein before directed to be made, after payment by the disposed

comptroller of the necessary expenses of such sale and of a sum which,
when added to their income from all other sources, will enable the
trustees of the Retreat to defray the running expenses of maintaining
the Retreat to the thirty-first day of July, eighteen hundred and
cighty-two, when said Retreat shall be closed, shall be applied and dis-
tributed by the said comptroller in the manner following, namely :
IIe shall first retain and pay into the treasury of this state, a sum
equal to the several principal sums heretofore appropriated for the
benefit of the said Scamen’s Fund and Retreat, by any act of the legis-
lature passed subsequent to the act, entitled “An act to provide for
sick and disabled seamen," passed April twenty-second, eighteen hun-
dred and thirty-one, and paid to the trustees of said Seamen's Fund
and Retreat, pursuant to such appropriations respectively; out of the
residue of said proceeds of sale the comptroller shall pay to the Marine

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Society of the city of New York, in the state of New York, a sum equal to the aggregate amount of the principal of all sums heretofore paid by the trustees of the said Seamen's Fund and Retreat to or for the use of the Mariners Family Asylum, or the Mariners Family Industrial Society under any statute of this state, and also a sum equal to the value of the six acres of land mentioned in the third section of this act as the same shall be estimated and appraised by the comptroller, not including in such estimate and appraisal of said six acres of land the value of any buildings thereon ; and the residue of such proceedings, if any shall be paid, one-third thereof to the said Marine Society, one-third thereof to the Mariners Family Asylum, and onethird thereof to the Society for the relief of Destitute Children of Seamen, Staten Island. The six acres of land designated on the survey made by George M. Root, surveyor, occupied by the Mariners Family Asylum, together with the buildings thereon, and the right of way therefrom to Bay street, are hereby excepted from each and all of the foregoing provisions of this act; said six acres of land are bounded and described as follows, namely: Beginning at the corner Descripformed by the intersection of the westerly side of William H. Vander- tion of bilt's land, and the northerly side of R. Davidge's land, and running cepted thence along the land of said R. Davidge, south, eighty-six degrees, fifty minutes west, three hundred and fifty-five and six-twelfths feet; thence along the lands of C. Clegg and J. D. Dix, south, sixty-four degrees, west four hundred and ninety-five and seven-twelfths feet; thence north thirteen degrees, forty minutes west three hundred and seventy-six feet; thence north seventy-six degrees, twenty minutes east eight hundred and thirty-three and six-twelfths feet; thence south-east one hundred and twenty and one-twelfth feet to the land of William H. Vanderbilt, and thence along his land south thirteen degrees forty-five minutes east two hundred and sixteen feet to the place of beginning, containing six acres of land, together with a right of way from said tract of land to Bay street.

For the purpose of placing the committee rooms of the senate and To place assembly in telephonic communication with each other and with the office of the superintendent of the capitol, and with such other points telephonic in the capitol building as may be necessary for twelve stations, the cativu. sum of three hundred and seventy-five dollars, the work to be done, and amount expended under the direction of the capitol commissioners, and the clerks of the two houses.

8 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

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CHAP 368.

AN ACT to confirm and legalize certain taxes in the city of
Brooklyn, and in relation to the payment of the same.

PASSED June 27, 1882 ; three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. No tax levied and confirmed, or attempted to be levied Taxes and confirmed, upon the various lots, pieces and parcels of land in levied not the several wards in the city of Brooklyn since the year eighteen hun- invalid by dred and sixty-one, shall be held or declared to be invalid by reason

reason of assessor's

failure to swear to rolls.

Taxes
Jevied de-
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of the failure or omission of the assessors of said city, or of two of them to swear to the corrected assessment-rolls or books of each or of any of the wards of said city, or to write or indorse upon said rolls an affidavit for the several years since the year aforesaid, or for any of such years, to the effect that they have together personally examined within the past year each and every lot or parcel of land, house, building or other assessable property within the ward ; or to the effect that they have together personally examined within the year past each and every lot or parcel of land, house, building or other assessable property.

82. The taxes, so far as the same remain unpaid, which were levied and confirmed, or attempted to be levied and confirmed, by the supervisors of the county of Kings upon the various lots, pieces and parcels of land in the several wards of the city of Brooklyn for each and every year since the year eighteen hundred and sixty-one, as the same appear and were carried out on the several assessment-rolls or books of said several wards for each and every of said years, are hereby in all respects and for all purposes made and declared good and valid and effectual in law; and the acts of the said supervisors, in each of said years, in apportioning, levying and confirming the taxes upon the various lots, pieces and parcels of land designated upon said rolls or books, and in issuing and delivering warrants for the collection of such taxes, are hereby ratified and confirmed, and made valid and effectual, and the said taxes remaining unpaid shall be payable with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the date of the original confirmation thereof by the said supervisors, provided such payment be made before the first day of December, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, and if not so paid, interest shall be payable and shall be collected at the rate of nine per cent per annum from the date of such original confirmation.

$ 3. This act shall take effect immediately.

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AN ACT to regulate the interchange of freight and passen

gers between the Central Vermont railroad and the Ogdensburgh and Lake Champlain railroad at Rouse's Point.

Passed June 29, 1882 ; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows : Freight to SECTION 1. All freight billed or consigned from points in this state changed in or from points on connecting railways to points reached by the Censa mocars tral Vermont railroad, and lines leased and managed by said Cen

tral Vermont railroad and Ogdensburgh and Lake Champlain railroad transpor- and their connections, shall be exchanged in the same cars in which tation.

said freight is billed for transportation to its destination, and no discrimination shall be made by either of the companies named in this act, on account of said cars belonging to different corporations or carrying through all rail or other freight. Provided said cars shall be in the condition required under the rules and regulations usual and in force

among connecting railroads. Cars to be taken in

$ 2. All passenger, sleeping, baggage or other cars offered by one

which same is billed for

manner.

tional charge to be made.

company to the other shall be taken in the same manner as is usual in usual the interchange of through passenger cars by connecting railroads.

§ 3. No additional charges shall be made by reason of one company No additaking from the other for transportation to destination any cars, freight or passengers under the provisions of this act.

§ 4. Either of the companies named in this act violating the pro- Penalty visions of the same shall forfeit to the other as liquidated damages for convoolaeach case of refusal or neglect to comply with the terms of this act the this act. sum of five hundred dollars.

85. This act shall take effect immediately.

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CHAP.885.

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AN ACT to authorize and require the comptroller of the state

to settle with the treasurer of the county of Herkimer, in relation to certain non-resident taxes.

PASSED June 29, 1882 ; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of Neu York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The comptroller of this state is hereby authorized and re- Compquired to state an account with the treasurer of the county of Herkimer, troller to in which he shall credit said treasurer with the non-resident taxes, in- account cluding the state tax apportioned to said county from and including the with year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, to and including the treasurer. year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one, which were rejected, canceled or disallowed under the provisions of chapters ninety-eight and two hundred and eighty of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, or of the acts supplementary thereto or amendatory thereof, and of chapter two hundred and thirty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixtythree, and the acts supplementary thereto or amendatory thereof; and he shall also credit said treasurer in said account with the amount of Credit to non-resident taxes, including the state tax from which the non-resident treasurer, lands in said county have been exempted by the aforesaid acts; such amount shall be computed upon an assessed valuation of fifty cents per acre and at the rate per centum of such taxes in each of the years aforesaid, from eighteen hundred and fifty-seven to eighteen hundred and eighty-one, inclusive. Any amount which shall be found due Treasur: upon such stated account shall be paid to the treasurer of said county

to be paid out of the treasury of the state.

$ 2. The comptroller in his annual statement and settlement of the non-resident taxes returned from the county of Herkimer as unpaid dent shall not hereafter reject or disallow any part of the said taxes so retrrned, whether reassessed or not, on the ground that the lands on jected bewhich the same are assessed are exempt from taxation under the acts lands are Named in the foregoing sections of this act or any of them; but if said exempt. taxes are in other respects equally assessed, he shall admit the same to the credit of the said countv of Herkimer.

83. This act shall take effect immediately.

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