Report to the Governor of the State of New York: With Proposed Amendments to the Greater New York Charter. December 1, 1900

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M.B. Brown Company, printers, 1900 - Charters - 814 pages
 

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Page 283 - ... the repeal of a law, or any part of it, specified in such schedule, shall not affect or impair any act done or right accruing, accrued or acquired, or liability, penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred prior to the time...
Page 708 - A lenement-house within the meaning of this title shall be taken to mean and include any house or building, or portion thereof, which is rented, leased, let or hired out, to be occupied, or is occupied as the home or residence of three families or more living independently of each other, and doing their cooking upon the premises, or by more than two families upon any floor, so living and cooking, but having a common right in the halls, stairways, yards, water-closets or privies, or some of them.
Page 37 - Boards should be given complete independence and autonomy — subject to no central control except that of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment and the Board of Aldermen in the matter of the apportionment of funds.
Page 64 - Each house shall be the judge of the election,, returns, and qualifications of its own members...
Page 72 - ... for the good government, order and protection of persons and property, and for the preservation of the public health, peace and prosperity of said city, and its inhabitants...
Page 514 - The state shall be divided into judicial circuits, in each of which the electors thereof shall elect one Circuit Judge, who shall hold his office for the term of six years, and until his successor is elected and qualified.
Page 136 - Said board shall have all the powers and be subject to all the duties...
Page 419 - The judges of the supreme court shall, immediately after the first election under this Constitution, be classified by lot so that one shall hold his office for the term of three years, one for the term of five years and one for the term of seven years from the first Monday in December, AD 1889.
Page 62 - ... each of which shall be wholly within a senate district formed under the same apportionment, equal to the number of members of assembly to which such county shall be entitled, and shall cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of State and of the clerk of such county, a description of such districts, specifying the number of each district and...

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