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A.n. i8ii respectively, and their respective heirs forever, without the power of alienation except by devise.

II. And be it further enacted, That from henceforth the said Isaac Wobby and Thomas Isaac shall be released and absolved from all connection with the said Brothertown Indians so far as relates to the aforesaid lands so by them possessed, and the by-laws and regulations of said Indians under the act herein before mentioned ; and that the said Isaac Wobby and Thomas Isaac, and their heirs respectively, shall be subject to the same laws, amenable to the same courts, and be capable of suing and being sued in the like manner as they would be if they were white inhabitants of this state, any law to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding: Provided however, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to impair or defeat the right of the said Isaac Wobby and Thomas Isaac, and their respective heirs, to their shares of the annuity hereafter to be paid by this state to the Brothertown Indians, or their right in the common and unappropriated lands belonging to said Indians.

CHAP. LI.

An ACT for the relief of the settlers on the tract of land known by the name of the Conoga reservation, on the west side of Cayuga Lake.

Passed March 15, 1811. I. "DE it enacted by the ptople of the state of Newen to -AJ York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That r*uJe8ti?c it shall be lawful for the surveyor-general, and he is S^a^Vo hereby directed to appoint two proper persons, not bete »pprai»- ing inhabitants of the counties of Seneca or Cayuga, nor interested in the said lands, to appraise and make out a true valuation, exclusive of improvements, of eacli and every lot on the Conoga reservation, on the west side of the Cayuga hike, and make a return thereof to him as soon as may be, on or before the first day s»i<i r»s to of September.

i^eu"«nt. '*'ul be it further enacted, That whenever such, on certain Valuation and appraisement shall be made and returnUmm Ots. e{j 3s <jirecte£j jn fiTi.t scct;on 0r th}s actj ^ shall be lawful for, and the commissioners of the land-office /^J^J^ are hereby required to grant letters patent to each of the occupants on the said Conoga reservation, for the several lots of land in the said reservation which they respectively occupy, upon their paying one fourth part of such valuation or appraisement by the first day of January next, and securing the remainder thereof by bonds and mortgages to the people of this state, to be paid in four equal payments in each successive year thereafter, with interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum: Provided nevertheless, That such patents shall be issued on or before the first day of January next, and that the expences of such appraisement be averaged among the said purchasers, and added to the price or valuation of the said lots respectively.

CHAP. LII.

An ACT further to amend " An act for establishing a
Turnpike Corporation, for making and improving a
Road from Cherry-Valley, in the county of Otsego, to
intersect the Seneca turnpike Road, in the county of
Onondaga, andfor other purposes.

Passed March 15, 1811.

WHEREAS the president and directors of the third great western turnpike road company have, by their petition, represented to the legislature, that their road is upwards of sixty-nine miles in length, and that by the original act of incorporation provision is made for the erecting of six gates only, which subjects them to the making and keeping in repair upwards of nine miles of road for which they receive no compensation: Therefore,

I. Be it enacted by the people of the State of NewYork, represented in Senate and Assembly, That it shall be lawful for the said president and directors to erect one additional gate on said road, and that said gate shall be erected between the thirtieth and fortieth mile stake, at such place as the president and directors shall deem proper.

II. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the president and directors to appoint a toll

^j^2*JJ' gatherer to collect and receive at said gate the same rate of toll and duties which they are authorised to collect and receive at the other gates on said road: Provided always, That the several gates shall be distributed in such a manner as that no more than one gate shall be erected on any one section of nine miles on said road.

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CHAP. LIII.

An ACT for the relief of the St. Lawrence turnpike road Company. Passed March 15, 1811.

"HEREAS the said company have by their petition, represented that considerable tracts of land on each extremity of the turnpike authorised by the act entitled " An act to incorporate the St. Lawrence turnpike road company," arc owned by Preambi*. persons who have not become parties to the articles of association recited in the said act, and praying that they may be exempted from the obligation of continuing the said turnpike through those tracts : Therefore,

I. Beit enacted by the people of the state' of JYeru«wrtany York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That it ouiTM tionefsna^ not ^e ODUgatory on tne said'company to con

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one of Macomb's purchase, nor westwardly beyond its
intersection with the Oswegatchie state road; and
upon completing the said turnpike between the limits
above mentioned, in the manner and within the peri-
od specified in the said act, that they shall be entitled
to all the rights, privileges and immunities thereby
granted.

_ mJ. II. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the to lay oat duty of the commissioners named in the said act, in iand^e-onPerrming the survey thereby required of them, to Ih^a^d- y out tne turnpike on lands belonging to peratct. sons who are or may become parties to the said articles of association, so Tar as can be done consistently therewith.

Snjr tinue the said turnpike eastwardly beyond the west tofthwr jme Qf township number five of great tract number

IIL And be it further enacted, That it shall be law- ^jij^JfuJ for the said company, at any time within five years Company after the owners of the lands lying on the route of the *" extend said turnpike to the eastward of the west line of thetheroadjf

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said township number five, or to the westward 01 the land join the Oswegatchie state road, shall have become parties to^Sfive the said articles of association, or by agreement with*0*"the said company, shall have taken an adequate interest in their stock, to extend the said turnpike eastwardly and westwardly, or in either direction, to the limits authorised by the said act, and thereupon to exr T..ii».m»y act such tolls and exercise such rights and privileges ^^"J;"'^ in respect to those parts of the said turnpike so ex-tcusion. tended as are granted by the said act.

IV. And be it further enacted. That all such persons joining"^ as may hereafter subscribe and conform to the said ar- f ww''1'TM

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tides of association, or by agreement with the direc. rfdcred tors of the said company, shall become interested in its *,TMUUoW" stock, shall thereupon be stockholders in the said company upon the principles specified in the said articles of association, and entitled to the same benefits and privileges as the original parties thereto.

CHAP. LIV.

An ACT for the relief of Benjamin Chatsey.

Passed March 15, 1811.

BE it enacted by the people of tlie state of New- York\ represented in Senate and Assembly, That it shall be lawful for, and the commissioners of the land-office are hereby required, to ballot for a lot from the lots not otherwise appropriated in the military tract, and thereupon to issue letters patent to the said Benjamin Chatsey, his heirs and assigns.

CHAP. LV.

An ACT extending the time for the payment of school

fund loans. Passed March 22, 1811. Tim-r<«r

I. ~fy E it enacted by the people of tlic state of New

Jj York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That ■oans cxthe payment of the loans made of monies belonging to^'incoV the fund appropriated to the encouragement and sup-dUi01"

^Jji^j' port of common schools, is hereby extended to the first day of May, which will be in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, to all such as shall on or before the first day of July next, pay all arrears of interest, and all costs of prosecution which may be due from them respectively, as well such as judgments may have been obtained against as others: Provided however, and this extension of payment is on ized to re- the express condition, that from and after the passing tlteTMw»uri- of this act an interest of seven per centum per annum V- shall be paid on all of the said loans which may remain due and unpaid on the said first day of July next: And providedfurther, That at any time when in the opinion of the comptroller any of the said money is not sufficiently secured, he shall and may demand further security from each and any of the borrowers of said money ; and upon the refusal of any borrower to comply with such demand, and to give further security as aforesaid, such borrower shall not be entitled to the benefit of this act. Time for II. And be it further enacted, That the time for the imnTnot'" payment of such of the said loans as are not yet due, J£ded"cx'and sha11 fall due before the first duy of July one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, shall be and hereby is extended to that time, on the condition, that after they shall so fall due an interest of seven per centum per annum be paid thereon. iT^i^l I**- And be it further enacted, That in order to eniy paid/to sure punctuality in the payment of the interest, it shall WproKeut be the duty ofthe comptrouer on tne flrst (jay of July

in every year, to ascertain whether any arrears of interest shall be due on any of the said loans, and to deliver over to the attorney-general all such mortgages on which arrears of interest may then remain due, in order that the same may be prosecuted for and recovered, together with the principal if the same shall also be due.

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