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STATEMENT No. 2.-Statement of the gross amount paid in each year as Salaries of Superintendents, In-
STATEMENT No. 3. The number of men in each year expelled or dismissed from the force, during the years 1858 to October, 1867, inclusive, with causes or grounds of dismissal briefly stated.
CAUSE OF DISMISSAL.
1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 Total.
Receiving money and not accounting for it,.
Neglecting to report burglaries and robberies,
Unable to read or write,.
Off post in company with woman,
Permitting prisoner to escape,
Falsely charging superior officer,
Disobedience of orders, not paying debts,..
False and garbled reports,.
Fighting in station house,
Assuming another name,.
Attempting to screen thieves,.
Neglect of duty, conversing with citizens,
Attempt to seduce married woman,..
Assaulting and beating wife,
Profane, indecent and threatening language;.
Insulting a female, ....
Off post in engine house,
Attempting to ravish a female,.
Lying down and not patroling,
Refusing to arrest drunken people,
Retaining lost property,.
Allowing prisoner to escape,
Off post in house of assignation,
Continued absence from class of instruction,
17 highest bidder, after three months public notice, describing the 18 route of such railroad, in the State paper, and in such news19 papers in the city or village where said railroad shall be located 20 as the Legislature shall direct. The whole avails of such sale 21 shall belong to the city or village in which said railroad shall 22 be located.
1 SEC. 24. No office shall be created for weighing, gauging, 2 culling or inspecting any merchandise, manufactures, produce or 3 commodity whatever, but nothing in this section contained shall 4 affect any office created for the purpose of protecting the public 5 health or the interests of the State in its property, revenue, tolls 6 or purchases, or of supplying the people with correct standards 7 of weights and measures, or shall prevent the creation of any 8 offices for such purposes hereafter.
Passed over 1 by consent.
SEC. 25. The Legislature may, on application of the 2 Board of Supervisors, provide for the election of local 3 officers, not to exceed two in any county, to discharge 4 the duties of county judge and of Surrogate, in cases 5 of their inability or of a vacancy, and to exercise 6 such other powers in special cases as may be provided 7 by law.
Passed over 1 SEC. 26. The Legislature shall provide for the
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