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Attendant V. And be it further enacted, That, the governors shall physicians not to exceed propose at one meeting and elect by ballot at the next a four, and how

number of physicians, not exceeding four, to attend the said hospital, and to render all necessary medical aid to the persons admitted to the benefit of this institution, and that the said physicians remain in office until the next election for governors, after which time they are to be an

nually elected. This act de VI. And be it further enacted, That this act shall be and clared a pub hereby is declared to be a public act, and shall be conlic act.

strued in all courts and places benignly and favourably for every beneficial purpose herein intended.

An ACT to ascertain the Line of Division between the

Towns of Trenton and Remsen, in the County of Oneida, and for incorporating an Aqueduct Association in Whitesborough, in said County.

Passed 25th March, 1799. Sess. 22, ch. 48. [The two firft sections did not relate to the subject of the incorporation. E.}

An ACT to incorporate the Society of Mechanics of the

City and Vicinity of Albany, for purposes of Education and Charity.

Passed 6th March, 1801. Sess. 24, ch. 21.

An ACT to incorporate the Stockholders of the Colum

bian Insurance Company.
Passed 21st March, 1801. Sess. 24, ch. 56.

An ACT for incorporating an Aqueduct Association in

the Village of Cazenovia, County of Chenango.
Passed 31st March, 1801. Sess. 24, ch. 101.

SPECIAL RELIGIOUS

Incorporations.

The acts under this head relate exclusively to particular churches, and therefore come within the description of private acts. The general act on this subject is to be seen in the 1st volume. It has however been deemed conducive to the convenience of the persons interested, to collect and arrange the titles of these acts in chronological order. In addition to the titles here collected, there are several acts containing grants to particular churches, but as they are obsolete as well as private, it was not requisite to notice them. E.]

An ACT to incorporate the Ministers, Elders and Deacons

of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Tappan, * .. or Town of Orange, in Orange County.

Passed 25th February, 1783. Sess. 6, ch. 17.

An ACT to remove Doubts which may have arisen re.. specting the Charter Rights of the Minister, Elders and · Deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New-York, in consequence of the late Invasion of this State.

Passed 17th March, 1784. Sess. 7, ch. 9.

An ACT making such alterations in the Charter of the

Corporation of Trinity Church, as to render it more conformable to the Constitution of the State.

Passed 17th April, 1784. Sess. 7, ch. 33.

An ACT to amend the Charter of the Corporation for the

Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen in the
Communion of the Church of England in America.

Passed 19th February, 1787. Sess. 10, ch. 34.

An Act to enable the Corporation of Trinity Church,

in the City of New York, to assume the Name therein mentioned

Passed 10th March, 1788. Sess. 11, ch. 66.

An ACT to enable the Corporation of St. Peter's Church,

in the City of Albany, to assume the Name therein men tioned.

Passed 3d March, 1789. Sess. 12, ch. 51.

An ACT for altering certain Clauses in the Charter of

the Corporation for the Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.

Passed 5th April, 1790. Sess. 13, ch. 48.

An ACT to enable the Corporation therein mentioned to

assume the Name of the Rector and Inhabitants of
Poughkeepsie in Communion of the Protestant Episco-
pal Church in the State of New-York.

Passed 5th April, 1792. Sess. 15, ch. 46.
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An ACT to enable the Corporation of the First Presbr.

terian Church in the City of New-York, to hold real and personal Estates of the yearly Value therein mentioned.

Passed 6th March, 1793. Sess. 16, ch. 40.

An ACT to alter the Style of the respective Religious Cor

porations therein mentioned.
Passed 12th March, 1793. Sess. 16, ch. 60.

An ACT concerning the Charter to the Minister, Elders

and Deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in the City of Albany.

Passed February 2d, 1798. Sess. 21, ch. 7.

An ACT relative to the Corporation for the Relief of the

Widows and Children of Clergymen in the Communion of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America, and for instituting a new Corporation within this State for símilar Purposes.

Passed March 23d, 1798. Sess. 21, ch. 49.

An ACT to amend the Charter of the Reformed Protes

tant Dutch Church in the City of New-York.
Passed 15th February, 1800. Sess, 23, ch. 4.

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SECOND VOLUME

OF THE

LAWS OF NEW-YORK.

CADEMIES,

Page
How incorporated and their powers,

238240
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
Incorporated,

525
ALBANY, CITY of,
Water how to be supplied by the corporation,

147-9
Charter officers when and by whom chosen,

149151
Bounds of certain wards,

150
Common council how formed,

ibid.
Regulations therein concerning fires,

152, 3
Concerning buildings, streets, docks &c. 15347
Buildings how constructed against fires,

158, 9
Regulations concerning markets and the poor,

159, 160

BANK,

351

356
356, 7

358

ibid.

Of New-York incorporated,
The state treasurer directed to subscribe thereto,
Certain stock belonging to the state transferred to the bank,
Its powers enlarged,
Of Albany incorporated,
Comptroller directed to subscribe thereto,
Its powers enlarged and regulated,
Of Columbia incorporated,
Manhattan bank how instituted,
Farmer's bank incorporated,

BROOKLYN,
Inhabitants thereof vested with special powers,

363
364, 5

365
· 374

375

223

ATSKILL
Fires therein how extinguished,

521

88, 9

245

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Act to remove doubts concerning,

CLERK of the EXCHEQUER,
His salary,

COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS,
How established,

COLUMBIA COLLEGE,
Name and powers of its trustees,
Annuity thereto,

COLLEGE, UNION,
Power of the trustees enlarged,
Its funds augmented,

COUNTIES,
Act for dividing the state into counties,

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ISPENSARY,

Incorporated,

527

FEES,
Of the several officers and ministers of justice,

66-88
Penalty for taking illegal fees,

88
Certain officers not to take them in two capacities,

ibid.
FERRIES,
Established and regulated between Westchester and Long-
Island,

38043
One established between Westchester and Rockland counties, 383
Between New-York and Brooklyn regulated,

385-9
FLAT BUSH,
Inhabitants thereof vested with special powers,

203

GOSPEL and SCHOOL LOTS,
Acts relative thereto,

254

188

· HEATH-HENS,
And other game, in certain counties, how preserved,

HIGHW A Y S,
In the city of New-York how regulated,
In Suffolk, Queens and Kings counties how regulated,
Shenicoc plains to be inclosed,

92-95
191-7

195

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