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taining the same to be legibly stamped or marked with said inspector's official stamp or mark. When stored above the cellar or basement of any store or building, and in barrels of not over forty-five gallons each, or metallic vessels or tanks, for convenience of retailing, the quantity of such refined oil so stored shall not exceed the contents of ten barrels. When packed in hermetically sealed metallic packages, the quantity so stored shall not exceed one hundred barrels. When stored in cellars or basements surrounded by walls of brick or stone, and at least two feet below the level of the sidewalk, street or land adjacent, the quantity so stored shall not exceed the contents of one hundred and fifty barrels, unless stored in warehouses specially adapted for that purpose, as provided under section two of this act; provided, also, that no quantity of said oils greater than five barrels shall be kept or stored in any building occupied in any part thereof as a dwelling. Benzine or naptha may be kept or stored under the provisions of this section as follows: When stored above the cellar or basement, the quantity so stored shall not exceed the contents of ten barrels; when stored in the cellar or basement the quantity so stored shall not exceed the contents of ten barrels; when stored in a building, any part of which may be occupied as a dwelling, the quantity so stored shall not exceed three barrels, provided, nevertheless, that nothing in this act contained shall prevent the storage of crude or refined petroleum in wrought-iron tanks detached from any building, and specially adapted to that purpose, or in other tanks, so constructed that the top shall be at least two feet below the level of the street or adjoining land, and covered with at least one foot of earth, when such tanks are appurtenant to or connected with a refinery, with the approval of the inspectors of buildings, fire marshal or other proper authorities.
S 2. The seventh section of the said act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
$ 7. The mayor and common council, or other proper authorities in any city in the State of New York, not provided for by this act, shall, by ordinances or resolutions, provide for the proper enforcement of the provisions of this act, and such fines as are imposed and collected, after the payment of the necessary expenses of prosecution, are to be devoted to the poor in the places where such fines shall be collected, except in the cities of Brooklyn and New York where such fines shall go to the widows' and orphans' fund of the fire department of said cities, and except also, in the city of Buffalo, where such fines shall be paid by the officers collecting them to the treasurer of the fireman's benevolent association, of the city of Buffalo, for the use and benefit of such associa tion. S 3. This act shall take effect immediately.
Ante, p. 549.
Duty of city authorities.
PASSED May 9, 1866; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
S 1. There shall be a law library for the fourth judicial dis- Location trict located at such place as a majority of the justices of said district shall appoint, which shall be known as the law library of the fourth judicial district; and until the majority of said justices shall otherwise determine, it shall be located in the city of Schenectady.
$ 2. The justices of the supreme court of the fourth judicial Justices district for the time being shall be ex officio trustees of the trustees. said law library, and the same shall be under the care and management of the said trustees; and it shall be the duty of Duties. the said justices, by a majority of their said number, from time to time to make orders, rules and regulations touching the care, management, protection and due preservation of the said library, and prescribe penalties for the violation thereof, and may sue for and recover such penalties for violation thereof, and may maintain actions for injuries to said library. They may procure proper furniture for said library, hire suitable rooms, appoint a suitable librarian, provide fuel and lights, and defray all incidental expenses of the care and management of said library. $ 3. All
appropriations made for said library shall be paid Appropria to said trustees, to be by them disbursed in the purchase of whom books for said library. The said trustees shall report annually to the trustees of the state library the catalogue of books Report to in the said library, and the state and condition thereof. The state trustees of the state library are hereby authorized to place in the library hereby founded, any duplicates of books in their possession not needed in the state library.
$ 4. Any person who shall willfully injure any of the books, Penalty, furniture or property of said library shall be guilty of a mis- injury to demeanor.
$ 5. The sum of five thousand dollars is hereby appropriated to the use of the said library, which sun the treasurer priated. is hereby required to pay on the warrant of the comptroller.
S 6. This act shall take effect immediately.
Allowance, in actions,
289, 555, 859
84 police district,
501, 721, 747
233, 583, 700 to United States constitution,. 500, 595
322 to proceedings on mandamus,. 140
290, 556, 856
127 bond and stay on,..... 138, 555, 662, 861
138, 662, 861
126, 142, 234 Appeals, court of,
for railroads, ....
Appointments, continued :
266, 501, 748
53, 79, 868, 870
698 Boarding station at quarantine, ... 113, 534
671 in anticipation of tax,.
487 by counties for bounty,
on appeal from surrogate,
81, 584 by supervisors,.... 47, 319, 697, 771
232 by towns for railroads,
858 Bounties to volunteers, 41, 42, 49, 56, 76, 85, 140
237 Brandy making, companies for,
Brands, fraud in using,.
295 Bribery of officers,
706 | Bridges,
239, 774 over canals, 83, 92, 99, 102, 108, 109, 111
146, 164, 166
detention of prisoners in,
286 to convey slip to the State,
867 Bureau of military statistics, 77, 229, 573
868 books to be kept open,
chief of, and his duty,
262 objects of, .
Bureau of military record created, and its
105, 238, 540 records of towns,
96 a staff department,
50 Buildings, unsafe and noxious,.
128 Burglary, defined,...
444, 826, 828 Butter
777 Buits for malt liquor..
128, 669 Buying and selling, office,
250 Clark and Skinner canal,
173 appeals as to contracts,