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Address.

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY-(Concluded)

District.

NAME.

County.

1.. William H. Chamberlain.
2.. Charles K. Marlatt..
1 John M. Lupton.
2. Orlando Hubbs..

George W. Murphy.
Byram L. Winters..

William R. Gunderman.
1.. Joseph M. Fowler.
2. William D. Cunningham.

William R. Waddell.
Eugene R. Norton...

Edson W. Hamn.
1.. Harry W. Haines.
2. Holland Sackett Duell.
3. James K. Apgar..
4. J. Mayhew Wainwright.

Byron A. Nevins..
Leonidas D. West.

Steuben..
Steuben.
Suffolk.
Suffolk.
Sullivan.
Tioga
Tompkins.
Ulster...
Ulster..
Warren.
Washington.
Wayne..
Westchester
Westchester.
Westchester.
Westchester.
Wyoming..
Yates.

Kanona, Troupsburg Mattituck. Central Islip Liberty. Smithboro. Ithaca. Kingston. Ellen ville. North Creek. Granville, Lyons. Yonkers. New York City. Peekskill. Rye. Perry. Dundee.

LAWS OF THE STATE OF. NEW

YORK.

VOLUME I.

PASSED AT THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH REGULAX SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE, BEGUN THE SECOND DAY OF JANUARY, 2007, AND ENDING THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF JUNE, 1907, AT THE CITY OF ALBANY, AND INCLUDING EXTRAORDINARY SESSION, BEGUN ‘JULY EIGHTH, 1907, AND ENDING JULY TWENTY-SIXTH, 1907.

Chap. 1. AN ACT to accept a deed of gift from William Pryor Letch

worth, bachelor, to the people of the state of New York, of laud in the town of Genesee Falls, Wyoming county, and the town

of Portage, Livingston county, this state. Became a law, January 24, 1907, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,

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

Section 1. The people of the state of New York hereby accept title to the lands mentioned in the deed of gift or conveyance now in possession of the governor of this state, which deed was executed the thirty-first day of December, nineteen hundred and six, by William Pryor Letchworth, bachelor, to the people of the state of New York, conveying to them certain lands situate in the town of Genesee Falls, Wyoming county, and the town of Portage, Livingston county, in this state, which lands are more fully identified and described in said deed, being about one thousand acres of land, upon which the grantor now resides. Title to such lands is accepted upon the terms and conditions stated in said deed, namely, that the land therein conveyed shall be forever dedicated to the purpose of a public park or reservation, subject only to the life use and tenancy of said William Pryor Letchworth, who shall have the right to make changes and improvements thereon. The action of the Wyoming Benevolent Institute, a corporation organized by chapter four hundred and seventy-nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy, in conveying to William Pryor Letchworth all its lands in the town

of Genesee Falls, Wyoming county, included in and described as a part of the lands.sg conveyed by William Pryor Letchworth to the people of the state of New York by a deed executed on the thirty-first day of December, nineteen hundred and six, is hereby ratified and confirmed, so as to give said deed the same force and effect as if such action of the Wyoming benevolent institute had:been expressly authorized by law before the execution of said. deed. All lands described in and covered by said deed of :William Pryor Letchworth shall be deemed to be in the actual :possession of the comptroller of this state, subject to such life use and tenancy of said grantor. After the death of the grantor, the American scenic and historic preservation society shall have control and jurisdiction thereof for the purposes stated, unless the supreme court shall determine otherwise for good cause shown upon application of the comptroller, or some other duly authorized official of the state.

§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

Chap. 2. AN ACT to confirm the election in Malone village for, and thu

acts of the board of trustees of said village in, the purchase of the water works system of said village, and to authorize the said board of trustees to issue bonds for the purpose of paying the bond of the village falling due April first, one thousand nine hundred and seven, and the bonds the village assumed as a part of the purchase price of its said system of water

works. Became a law, January 31, 1907, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,

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

Section 1. The special election held in and for Malone village, Franklin county, New York, on the twenty-first day of August, one thousand nine hundred and six, and the propositions submitted and adopted at such election providing for the purchase by Malone village of the water works system and property of the Malone water works company, and authorizing the issue of

to pay

the bonds of said village to the amount of two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars for the purpose of borrowing morey

for said water works system and property, and all the acts of the board of trustees in purchasing said water works system and issuing a bond upon the credit of said village, dated October first, one thousand nine hundred and six, and payable April first, one thousand nine hundred and seven, bearing interest at five per cent, and the purchase of said water works system and property and the payment therefor with the proceeds of said bond and all the acts of the board of trustees of said village before and after said election in reference thereto, are hereby in all respects legalized, ratified, and confirmed.

§ 2. The board of trustees of Malone village is hereby authorized and empowered to issue bonds upon the credit of said village to the amount of two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, for the purpose of borrowing money thereon, to be used in payment of the amount unpaid on said bond of the village which is to fall due April first, one thousand nine hundred and seven, and a bonded indebtedness against said water works system and property at the time of the purchase which was assumed by the village as a part of said purchase price. Such bonds shall be issued in the name of Malone village, shall be signed by its president and treasurer and attested by the clerk under the corporate seal, and shall bear interest at a rate not exceeding five per cent, payable annually or semi-annually, as the board of trustees may determine. The bond shall be issued in pursuance of a resoluztion of the board of trustees, and shall be of such denominations and of such description as the board of trustees shall determine, but shall provide for the payment of the whole amount within sixty years from the date of issue in equal, annual installments, the first to be paid not more than five years from the date of issue and the last not more than sixty years from the date thereof.

$ 3. When the board of trustees shall, by resolution, determine so to issue said bonds, public notice inviting proposals for the purchase thereof shall be given by publication in the official newspaper or newspapers of the village, and in such other newspaper or newspapers as the board of trustees may prescribe, and such notice shall state that, at a time and place therein named, the board of trustees will receive sealed proposals for the purchase of said bonds, and shall award the bonds to the person who will take them at the lowest rate of interest, but the board of trustees

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