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justice of the case affirm or reverse the judgment, in whole or in part, as to all or any of the defendants, if there be more than one, or may order a new trial, or may modify the sentence.

Section seven hundred and eighty-one is amended so as to read as follows:

$ 781. The coroner's warrant must be in substantially the following form of form :

County of Albany (or as the case may be.] “In the name of the people of the state of New York : "To any peace officer in this state:

"An inquisition having been this day found by a coroner's jury, before me, stating that A. B. has come to his death by the act of C. D. by criminal means (or as the case may be, as found by the inquisition]

" You are therefore commanded forth with to arrest the above-named C. D. and take him before the nearest or most accessible magistrate in this county.

“ Dated at the city of Albany (or as the case may be] the day of , eighteen hundred and

E. F.,

Coroner of the county of Albany, (or as the case may be].

Section seven hundred and ninety-seven is amended so as to read as follows: $ 797. The warrant must be in substantially the following form: Form of

County of Albany (or as the case may be). “In the name of the people of the state of New York :

“ To any peace officer in the county of Albany, (or as the case may be) proof by affidavit having been this day made before me, by [naming every person whose affidavit has been taken], that [stating the particular grounds of the application, according to section seven hundred and ninety-two or if the affidavit be not 'positive that there is probable cause for believing that, stating the ground of the appli. cation in the same manner).

You are therefore commanded in the day time, [or' at any time of the day or night,' as the case may be, according to section eight hundred and one], to make immediate search on the person of C. D., (or • in the building, situated,' describing it, or any other place to be searched, with reasonable particularity as the case may be,] for the following property : [describing it with reasonable particularity), and if you find the same, or any part thereof, to bring it forth with before me at [stating the place]:

Dated at the city of Albany (or as the case may be,] the day of eighteen hundred

E, F., Justice of the peace of the city for town] of (or as the case may be]."

Section eight hundred and fifty-three is amended so as to read as follows:

S 853. During the examination and until the defendant is discharged Defendant by the magistrate, he must remain in the custody of the officer who to remain arrested him, unless an undertaking have been given for his appear- unless ance, as provided in sections eight hundred and forty-four and eight ing be hundred and forty-nine; and when committed to prison, he must be given. actually confined therein.

Record of

Bled in office of county

Ibid

Section eight hundred and ninety-two is amended so as to read as follows :

$ 892. The magistrate must immediately cause the certificate, which conto be constitutes the record of conviction, to be filed in the office of the

clerk of the county, and must, by a warrant signed by him with his

name of office, commit the vagrant, if not a notorious offender, and a clerk, etc. proper object for such relief, to the county poorhouse, if there be one,

or to the almshouse or poorhouse of the city, village or town, for not exceeding six months at hard labor, or if the vagrant be an improper person to be committed, he must be committed for a like term to the county jail, or in the city of New York to the city prison or penitentiary of said city, or in the county of Kings to the penitentiary of that county.

Section nine hundred and three of said act is amended so as to read as follows:

$ 903. The magistrate must immediately cause the certificate which constitutes the record of conviction to be filed in the office of the clerk of the county, and must, by a warrant signed by him with his name of office, commit the defendant to the county jail, or in the city of New York to the city prison or penitentiary of that city, or in the county of Kings to the penitentiary of that county, for not exceeding six months at hard labor, or until he give the security prescribed in section nine hundred and one.

Section eight hundred and ninety-four is amended so as to read as

follows: Arrest of $ 894. It is the duty of every peace officer of the county, city, vil

lage, or town, where a person described in the seventh subdivision of section eight hundred and eighty-seven is found, to arrest and take him before a magistrate mentioned in section eight' hundred and cighty-eight, to be proceeded against as a vagrant.

§ 2. The heading of chapter two of title five of part one is amended so as to read as follows:

“ Courts of sessions in counties other than New York and Kings.” That of chapter three of the same title so as to read as follows:

The court of general sessions in the city and county of New York and the court of sessions in the county of Kings.

That of title ten of part four by making it read title XI.
And that of title eleven of the same part by making it read title XII.

$ 3. Sections six hundred and ninety-six, six hundred and ninetyseven, six hundred and ninety-eight, eight hundred and thirty-six and eight hundred and thirty-seven, are repealed.

$ 4. This act shall take effect immediately.

vagrants,

CHAP 41.

AN ACT in relation to fare for carrying passengers on street railroads in the city of Buffalo.

ASSED June 24, 1882 ; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: Tickets to Section 1. The several street railroad companies in the city of be kept for sale at Buffalo shall keep for sale on all cars running on its roads passenger each. tickets, in packages of not more than five each, which shall be sold at

five cents

three cents.

the rate of five cents for each ticket, and each ticket shall entitle the passenger to ride on the roads operated by the Buffalo Street Railroad Company as follows, namely: Between the foot of Main street and the Route junction of Niagara and Amherst streets, or between the foot of Main which street and the northerly terminus of said road on Main street, at tickets to Scagaquada creek, or between the foot of Main street by Virginia street to the junction of Niagara and Connecticut streets; or between the foot of Main street by Niagara and Connecticut streets, to the junction of Main and Virginia streets, or between the foot of Main street by Main and Allen streets to Day's park; or between the junction of Niagara and Amherst streets by Connecticut street to junction of Virginia and Main streets ; or between Cold Spring by Virginia street to junction of Connecticut and Niagara streets. Any passenger paying a six cents cash fare shall be entitled to a passage over either of the above named routes, and to the same privileges as though paying a ticket. The several street railroad companies in the city of Other Buffalo shall keep for sale on all cars running on their roads passen- he kept ger tickets in packages of not more than five, each, which shall be for sale at sold at the rate of three cents for each ticket, and each ticket or a three cents cash fare shall entitle any child between four years and ten years to a passage over any one of the above routes, or any distance on any one of the roads owned or operated by the Buffalo East Side Street Railroad Company. Each five cent ticket issued by the Buffalo East Side Street Railroad Company shall entitle the passenger to a passage on the roads operated by said company, as follows: Between Main street and the easterly terminus of any one of its roads now constructed or hereafter to be constructed in connection with Main street, or any other road, operated, or to be operated by said company, or to

passage between the termini of either of said roads.

$ 2. It shall be unlawful for any street railroad company in Buffalo Additional to ask or receive from any passenger desiring to be transferred from fare se the cars of another street railroad company more than three cents in from one addition to the fare already paid by said passenger, which additional fare shall entitle such passenger to a continuous passage for any

distance on the road of such company, except to the park, by or on whose account such fare shall be received, and the several street railroad companies are required to so run their cars that persons desiring to be transferred from the cars of one company to the cars of another company may not be delayed. Children under ten years shall be transferred for two cents. The provisions of this section shall apply to passengers on the Buffalo street railroad from Niagara street to Main street, and going north on Main street, and to passengers going south on Main street, and north on Niagara street, and such passengers may remain upon the cars upon which they have taken passage until they meet a car going upon the road to which they would be transferred.

$ 3. The several street railroad companies in Buffalo shall keep for Tickets sale on each car, tickets in packages of five, which shall be sold at the lor pupils rate of three cents for each ticket, and each ticket shall entitle any going and pupil under the age of fifteen years, going or returning from school, from to one passage over any one of the above-mentioned routes.

$ 4. The Buffalo street railroad companies may charge four cents for a transfer between Cold Spring and the park for each passenger except children under ten years, for whom only two cents shall be charged for such transfer.

company

school,

85. All grants, acts, and parts of acis inconsistent with the provisions of this act, or establishing a different fare for the transportation of passengers on the street railroads of Buffalo, are hereby repealed.

8 6. This act shall take effect thirty days from and after its passage.

CHAP 882

sented

AN ACT making appropriations for certain expenses of

government, and supplying deficiencies in former appropriations.

PASSED June 27, 1882; by a two-thirds vote. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows: Treasurer SECTION 1. The treasurer shall pay on the warrant of the comptrolWaprent" of ler, from the several funds specified, to the persons and for the objects comptrolle indicated in this act, the amounts named, or such parts of those audited.

amounts as shall be sufficient to accomplish in full the purposes designated by the appropriations ; but no warrants shall be issued, except in cases of salaries, until the amounts claimed shall have been audited and allowed by the comptroller, who is hereby authorized to determine

the same. Verified The persons demanding payment shall present to him, if required, a to be pre detailed statement in items, verified by affidavit; and if the account

shall be for services, it must show when, where and under what authority they were rendered ; if for expenditures, when, where and under what authority they were made ; if for articles furoished, when and where they were furnished, to whom they were delivered, and under what authority; and if the demand be for traveling expenses, the account must also specify the distance traveled, the places of starting and destination, the duty or business, and the date and items of ex

penditure. Transpor. On all accounts for transportation, furniture, blanks and other books tation, etc. furnished for the use of officers, binding, blanks, printing, stationery

and postage, a bill, duly certified, must also be furnished; but whenever any appropriation shall have been made for the same purpose, or the amount shall have been provided otherwise, the sum herein directed to be paid shall not be considered as an addition to such other

appropriation, unless it shall be expressly so declared in this act. Managers,

The managers, trustees, superintendent or other proper officers of

each state hospital, asylum, charitable or reformatory institution and render to

the state conimissioner in Juvacy, the state board of charities' and

state board of health shall, at the close of each fiscal year, render to itemized the comptroller a detailed, itemized and particular account of all re

ceipts and expenditures of such state hospital, asylum, charitable or reformatory institution, state commissioner in lunacy, state board of charities and state board of health during the fiscal year. Such accounts shall be verified by the oath or affirmation of the officer rendering the same. The accounts shall give in detail the source of all receipts and be accompanied by original and proper vouchers covering the items of expenditures unless such vouchers shall have been previously bled with the comptroller, or with the treasurer of counties, or other persons

entitled to receive the same.

etc., to

comptroller detailed

account.

ments.

FROM THE GENERAL FUND. For the clergymen officiating as chaplains of the assembly during Clergymen the session of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, for compensation, to officiatiny be paid to the clerk of the assembly for distribution by him to those lains. clergymen, at the rate of three dollars per day for every day of attendauce, the sum of three hundred dollars.

For the Reverend George W. Dean, for compensation for services as chaplain of the senate during the session of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, the sum of five hundred dollars.

For the clergymen officiating as chaplains of the senate during the session of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, prior to the election by the senate of a chatlain, for compensation to be paid to the clerk of the senate for distribution by him to those clergymen at the rate of three dollars per day for every day of attendance the sum of eightyseven do lars.

For the officers and employees of the legislature of eighteen hundred Officers and eighty-two, not exceeding three in number in each house, as may ployees: be designated, by the presiding officers of the respective houses, to remain after the adjournment of the legislature to perform duty under the direction of the clerk of each house respectively, for a period not exceeding ten days, to each one in such sum, not exceeding his legal per diem allowance, as the clerk of each house respectively shall certify and apportion out of the sum hereby appropriated, the sum of three hundred and sixty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary,

For the payment of the expenses for cartage of senate and assembly Cartage of documents to and from the post-office in Albany, during the session docum of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, to be paid to the parties who rendered the services, the sum of eight hundred dollars, being four hundred dollars for carrying assembly documents and four hundred dollars for carrying senate documents.

For the American District Telegraph Company, for rental of tele- Tele phones for the use of the legislature for one year, from the tenth clay phones. of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, the sum of one hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the purchase of such law books as are usually furnished by the Books for state to new towns, for the town of Lockport in the county of Niagara, the town of Richland in the county of Oswego, and the town of Otselic in the town of Chenango, to replace those recently destroyed by fire, and for the town of Hunter in the county of Greene, and the town of Clair in the county of St. Lawrence, heretofore not supplied, the suni of fifty dollars each.

For the commissioners of fisheries, to te expended as they may deem Commis. proper, upon vouchers to be approved by the comptroller, for the pur-si hister pose of replenishing the lakes, rivers and other waters of this state ies. with fish, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars.

For the state entomologist, for deficiency in appropriations for sal Entomary, from July first to October first, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, ologist. pursuant to chapter three hundred and seventy-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, the suni of five hundred dollars.

For the adjutant-general, for services and expenses in prosecuting Adjutant the war claims of the state against the United States, the sum of one general. thousand thirteen dollars and sixty-six cents; and the unexpended balance of the sum of six thousand dollars appropriated by chapter five hundred and forty-nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty, for the same purpose, being the sum of three thousand nine hundred and eighty-six dollars and thirty-four cents, is hereby reappropriated

towns.

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