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1. John Henry Peters to Henry Peters Cecil.

Order entered July 1st, 1862.

To take effect July 24, 1862. 2. Thomas Snook to Thomas Stanleigh.

Order entered Dec. 27th, 1862.

To take effect Feb'y 1st, 1863. In attestation whereof I have hereto affixed the seal of the said court.

NATHL. JARVIS, JR., Clerk.

To Hon. HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State :

In pursuance of chapter 80, Laws of 1860, I, Henry W. Tibbals, clerk of the county of Ulster, do hereby report that the names of the following persons have been changed by an order of the county court of said county, during the period commencing January 1, 1862, and ending at the date of this report:

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Dated Kingston, Nov. 15, 1862.

H. W. TIBBALS, Clerk of the County of Ulster.

(L. S.]

TITLES OF ACTS PASSED AT THE EIGHTY-SEVENTH SESSION.

1864.

[The titles of the acts contained in this compilation are, in this list, printed in italics.) CHAP. 1. An Act to authorize the Commercial Bank of Saratoga

Springs to reduce its capital stock. Passed January 29, 1864. CHAP. 2. An Act to amend section three of chapter one hundred and

eighty-four of the Laws of 1863, entitled “ An act to promote the re-enlistment of volunteers now in the service of the United States, and the enlistment of persons into regiments and corps now in said service and hereafter to be organized," passed April 17, 1863.

Passed January 29, 1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 3. An Act to amend an act entitled " An Act to incorporate

the Protestant Episcopal Tract Society," passed April twenty

ointh, eighteen hundred sixty-three. Passed February 2, 1864. CHAP. 4. An Act to incorporate “The Roosevelt Hospital,” in the

city of New York. Passed February 2, 1864; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 5. An Act to release the title and interest of the people of

the State of New York in and to certain real estate, to James Kennedy. Passed February 5, 1864; by a two-thirds vote. CHAP. 6. An Act to release the right, title and interest of the peo

ple of the State of New York, of, in and to certain real estate of which Richard Mullen died seized, to Catharine Mullen. Passed February 5, 1864; by a two-thirds vote. CHAP. 7. An Act to legalize certain ordinances of the Board of

Supervisors of the county of New York, and provide for the payment of the bonds therein specified; also to authorize the borrowing of an additional amount of money, for the payment of riot damages and military bounties. Passed February 8, 1864; three

fifths being present. CHAP. 8. An Act to authorize the levying of a tax upon the taxable

property of the different counties and towns in this state, to repay moneys borrowed for, or expended in the payment of bouuties to volunteers, or for the expenses of their enlistment, or for aid to their families, or to pay any liability incurred therefor, or that may hereafter be incurred, and to amend section 1 of chapter 514 of the Laws of 1863. Passed February 9, 1864; three-fifths being present.

CHAP. 9. An Act to perfect an amendment to the Constitution, pro

viding for the vote of electors in the military service of the United

States. Passed February 13, 1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 10. An Act to authorize the Rochester City Bank to reduce its

capital, and for other purposes. Passed February 18, 1864. CHAP. 11. An Act to amend an act entitled “An act to legalize cer

tain ordinauces of the Board of Supervisors of the county of New York, and provide for the payment of the bonds therein specified; also to authorize the borrowing of an additional amount of money, for the payment of riot damages and wilitary bounties.” Passed

February 18, 1864 ; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 12. An Act relating to the city of Auburn, and to amend the

charter thereof. Passed February 19, 1864; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 13. An Act to amend an act entitled “ An act to amend an

act to regulate free schools in the city of Auburn, passed April 10, 1850,” passed March 23, 1857. Passed February 19, 1864 ; three

fifths beiug present. CHAP. 14. An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend an act

to incorporate the village of West Troy, and for other purposes," passed April thirtieth, eighteen hundred and tbirty-six, passed April eighth, eighteen hundred and fifty, as amended by an act to amend certaiu sections thereof, passed April seventeentb, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight. Passed February 19, 1864; three-fifths

being present. CHAP. 15. An Act to authorize the town of Pine Plains, Dutchess

county, to take a bequest given to it by the will of Seymour Smith, deceased, and to carry into execution the object for which said bequest was given. Passed February 19, 1864; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 16. An Act to authorize the Board of Supervisors of Kings

county, to construct a sewer from the county buildings at Flatbush, in said county. Passed February 19, 1864; tbree-fifths being pres

ent. Chap. 17. An Act to provide for the election of a police justice in

the town of Waterford, Saratoga county. Passed February 19,

1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 18. An Act making an appropriation to provide for the defi

ciency in the appropriation for the repairs and maintenance of the canals during the fiscal year commencing on the first day of October, eighteen hundred and sixty-three. Passed February 20,

1864 ; three-lifths being present. CHAP. 19. An Act to regulate the mileage of collectors of taxes of

the several towns of the county of Essex. Passed February 25 · 1864; three-fifths being present.

CHAP. 20. An Act to amend section 4, of chapter 170, of Session

Laws of 1863. Passed February 25, 1864; three-fifths being pres

ent. (Relates to bounty money raised by Batavia.) CHAP. 21. An Act to fix the salary of the police justice of the city of

Brooklyn. Passed February 27, 1864; three-fifths being present. CAAP. 22. An Act in relation to the Green Point Methodist Episco

pal Church. Passed February 27, 1864. CHAP. 23. An Act to authorize the Canal Commissioners to construct

a highway bridge over the Chemung Canal feeder, in the town of Corning, in the county of Steuben. Passed February 27, 1864 ;

three-fifths being present. CHAP. 24. An Act to amend the charter of the village of Sing Sing.

Passed February 27, 1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 25. An Act in relation to the plank-road law in the county of

Saratoga. Passed February 27, 1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 26. An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for

the incorporation of villages,” passed December seventh, eighteen bundred and forty-seven, and the act amendatory thereof, passed March twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred fifty-five, so far as relates to the village of Niagara City, in the county of Niagara. Passed

February 27, 1864 ; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 27. An Act to continue in force the "Act to incorporate the

Ancient Britons' Benefit Society of the city of New York.” Passed

February 27, 1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 28. An Act for the relief of certain of the town collectors of

taxes in tbe county of Broome. Passed March 5, 1864 ; three-fifths

being present. CHAP. 29. An Act to limit the term of office of Notaries Public. Passed

March 5, 1864. CRAP. 30. An Act to authorize the city of Syracuse to borrow money,

and to issue the bouds of the city for the same. Passed March 10,

1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 31. An Act to incorporate the National Club in the city of

New York. Passed March 10, 1864. CHAP. 32. An Act to change the corporate name of the Bainbridge

and Nineveh Presbyterian Society, in the town of Afton, and for

other purposes. Passed March 10, 1864. CAAP. 33. An Act to provide for the improvement and furnishing of

the towp-ball in the town of Flusbing, and for the purchase and improvement of certain lands adjacent thereto. Passed March 10,

1864; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 34. An Act to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the

town of German Flats, in the county of Herkimer. Passed March

10, 1864; tbree-fifths being present. CHAP. 35. An Act to remove the county site of the county of Lewis,

from the town of Martinsburgh, Lewis county, to the town of Low

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