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CHAP. 963. An Act to amend "An act amending 'An act authorizing the Canal Board to

construct a highway bridge over the Black River improvement between the towns of Den-
mark and Croghan, in the county of Lewis,' passed May twelfth, eighteen hundred and
sixty-five," passed April tenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. Passed June 15, 1867;

three-fifths being present.
Carap. 964. An Act authorizing the inspectors of State prisons to extend relicf to Abraham

Bussing. Passed June 15, 1867; by a two-thirds vote.
CHAP. 965. An Act to incorporate the Tremont Fire Department, in the town of West

Farm, in the county of Westchester. Passed June 15, 1867; three-fifths being present.
CHAP. 966. An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to incorporate the Glen Cove Fire

Company, in the county of Queens,” passed March twenty-third, eighteen hundred and
thirty-eight. Passed June 15, 1867.
Crap. 967. An Act to incorporate the Rochester Iron Moulders' Association. Passed June

15, 1867.
CHAP. 969. An Act to incorporate Huguenot Fire Engine Company Number One, in the

town of New Rochelle, county of Westchester. Passed June 15, 1867.
Chap. 969. An Act in relation to the inspection of steam boilers in the State of New York,

except in the Metropolitan Police District. Passed June 22, 1867, three-fifths being present. CHAP. 970. An Act to amend the charter of the Irving Savings institution of the city of

New York. Passed June 22, 1867.
Chap. 971. An Act for the incorporation of co-operative and industrial unions. Passed

June 24, 1867.
Curap. 972. An Act to incorporate Cataract Fire Engine Company Number Two, of the

town of Castleton in the county of Richmond. Passed July 17, 1867.
CHAP. 973. An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to incorporate the Clifton Springs

Water Cure Company,” passed April filth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and to author-
ize such company to receive the conveyance and transfer of real and personal property

upon certain trusts. Passed July 22, 1867.
Chap. 974. An Act to incorporate stage coach companies outside of the city of New York.

Pussed August 6, 1867.

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,CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS.

Ratifying an amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Passed January 10, 1867.

Relative to printing the Special Report of the New York Prison Association. Passed January 18, 1867.

Relative to the Quarantine. Passed February 1, 1867.

Approving the action of Congress in relation to the District of Columbia Suffrage Bill. Passed February 9, 1867.

Relative to printing extra copies of the Annual Report of the Adjutant-General. Passed February 15, 1867.

In relation to printing Report of the Regents of the University. Passed February 2, 1867.

Of sympathy for the Greeks. Passed February 12, 1867.

Relative to printing Annual Report of the Prison Association of New York. Passed February 8, 1867.

Relative to the Northern Pacific Railway. Passed February 8, 1867.

Relative to the management of the canals of this State, and for a committee o! investigation thereon. Passed February 12, 1867.

Appointing joint committee to investigate the past management and present condition of the New York State Inebriate Asylum. Passed February 14, 1867.

Relative to pensions for soldiers of the war of eighteen hundred and twelve. Passed February 25, 1867.

Relative to printing extra copies of the Annual Report of the Trustees of the New York State Institution for the Blind. Passed February 28, 1867.

Relative to the Erie Canal between Albany and Troy. Passed April 16, 1867.

Relative to the publishing of the State census for the year eighteen hundred and sixtyfive. Passed March 7, 1867.

Anthorizing the Governor to confer brevet commission in certain cases. Passed April 17, 1867.

Relative to the loan authorized by chapter two hundred and ninety-six of the Laws o eighteen hundred and forty. Passed April 16, 1867.

For examination into affairs of savings banks. Passed April 20, 1867.
Relative to the skeleton of the mastodon found at Cohoes. Passed April 20, 1867.

NAMES CHANGED.

Cayuga COUNTY — Mary Jane Cuykendall to Frank M. C. Kendal.
ONONDAGA COUNTY — Orin Aylsworth Williams to Orin Williams Aylsworth.

Alice Maud Malan to Alice Maud Wood.
New York COUNTY — May Jenkins to May Bates.

Margaret Jenkins to Margaret Bates.
Benjamin Irish to Benjamin Irving.
Francis Abramson to Frank A. Rudd.
Virginia Rudd Abramson to Virginia Rudd.
Charles Edward Miner to Charles Edward Hunt.
Ida Rocknagel to Ida Russel.
John McSweegan to John Sweeny.
Olga Petelas to Olga Petelas de Susini.
Fabian Kaliske to Fabian Sachs Kaliske.
Alexander Kaliske to Alexander Sachs Kaliske.
Judas Strauss to George Strauss.
John Campbell White to Goldsborough Banyer.
James Stockton Murphy to James Murphy Stockton.

John Gardner Moses to John Moses Gardner.
Kings COUNTY — Peter Wyckoff to Pierre Wyckoff.

GENERAL STATUTES

OF THE

STATE OF NEW YORK,

PASSED AT THE

90TH SESSION, 1867

CHAP. 4. AN ACT to repeal an act entitled “ An act prohibiting the issue of Free Passes on the railroads of this State.

Passed January 17, 1867. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. Chapter seven hundred and ninety-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-six, entitled “An act probibiting the issue of free passes on the railroads of this state," is hereby repealed.

Ante, vol. 6, p. 833. $ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

CHAP. 5. AN ACT to approve the action of the Commissioners

appointed in pursuance of chapter six hundred and sixty-six, Laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-six, to locate the Hudson River Asylum for the Insane.

Passed January 22, 1867; three-fisths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. The action of the commissioners appointed to locate the Iludson River Asylum for the Insane, in pursuance of chapter six hundred and sixty-six of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-six, in accepting a site of two hundred and six acres, near the city of Poughkeepsie, tendered as a gift by the citizens of Dutchess county, is hereby approved. $ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

CHIP. 12. AN ACT to amend the act passed February sixteenth,

eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, entitled “ An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to authorize the formation of corporations for manufacturing, mining, mechanical or chemical purposes,' passed February seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight.”

Piss January 31, 1857. The People of the State of Ver York, represenied in Senate and Assembly, ilo enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The second section of the act passed February sixteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, entitled “ An act to amend an act entitled ' An act to authorize the formation of corporations for manufacturing, mining, mechanical or chemical purposes,' passed February seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight,” is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

$ 2. Whenever any company, formed under said act, shall bave fixed the duration of its corporate existence for a less period than it was privileged to do by the first section of said act, it may by a vote of the stockholders representing a majority of the stock, and upon executing and acknowledging a new or amended certificate under its corporate seal, signed by the president and two-thirds of its directors, or trustees, and filing the same in the county where its business shall be carried on, and in the office of the secretary of state, extend the term of its corporate existence from time to time, to a period not longer in the aggregate than it could have originally fixed the same, and shall thereupon possess all the powers and privileges, and be subject to all the liabilities mentioned in said act, during such extension of its existence.

Ante, vol. 3, p. 719.
S 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

CIAP. 32. AN ACT to amend chapter one hundred and thirty-six,

Laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, and chapter two hundred and fifty-seven, of the Laws of eighteen lundred and fifty-three, in relation to Savings Banks.

Passed February 13, 1867. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. Section six of chapter one hundred and thirtysix, laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, shall read as follows:

$ 6. Each savings bank or institution for savings, shall pay five dollars towards defraying the expenses incurred in the performance of the duty hereby imposed, and the residue of such expenses shall be paid by them in, proportion to the amount of deposits held by them severally, and the sums thus contributed shall be paid into the treasury of the state ; but when the deposits of any such savings bank or institution for savings are less than five hundred dollars, it shall be exempt from such contribution. If any savings bank or institution for savings shall, after due notice, refuse or neglect to pay its proper share of charges so alloted, then the said superintendent may maintain an action against such savings bank or institution for savings, for the recovery of such charges.

S 2. Upon the organization of any savings bank or institutiou for savings, it shall be the duty of the secretary, or some officer thereof, before receiving any deposits, to transmit to the superintendent of the banking department, a list of the otlicers of such sarings bank or institution for savings, with their post-office address and the location of such savings bank or institution for savings.

$ 3. Section five of chapter two hundred and fifty-seven, Laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-three. is hereby amended by striking out the words following, to wit: “nor a larger amount than three millions of dollars, in the aggregate amount of deposits exclusive of its banking house."

S 4. This act shall take effect immediately.

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CHAP. 43.
AN ACT to amend an act entitled an act to authorize the

formation of railroad corporations and to regulate the
same, passed' April second, eighteen hundred and fifty.

Passed March 1, 1867. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assemūly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section thirty-six of the act entitled “ An act to anthorize the formation of railroad corporations and to regulate the same,” passed April second, eighteen hundred and fifty, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

$36. Every such corporation shall start and run their cars times of for the transportation of passengers and property, at regular &c. times, to be fixed by public notice, and shall furnish sufficient accommodations for the transportation of all such passengers and property as shall within a reasonable time previous thereto be offered for transportation at the place of starting, and at the junctions of other railroads, and at the usual stopping places established for receiving and discharging way passengers and freights for that train ; and shall take, trans

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starting,

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