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Laws of 1857, chapter 290, section 4: Does the original say “chapter 27" [Ans. Yes.]
Laws of 1857, chapter.732, section 4: The same question. [Ans. Yes.]
Laws of 1857, chapter 287, section 5: The same question. [Ans. Yes.]

Laws of 1837, chapter 460, section 2: Is the language of section 7, title 1st, chapter second,etc.? [Ans. Yes.] There must be an error in the number of the chapter.

Laws of 1836, chapter 499, section 2: Is it correctly printed "article 4, title 3 ?” [Ans. Yes.] It means title 6. How is the original?

Laws of 1855, chapter 85: Is it printed right in the Session Laws? There is no such thing as section 95 in article 8, title 3, chapter 7, part 3, Revised Statutes. [Ans. So in the original.]

NEW YORK, May 24, 1867. Will the Secretary of State allow me to trouble him again, in view of my anxiety to have my sixth volume of Statutes at Large as accurate as possible: I refer to chapter 836 of the Laws of 1866, sections 5, 6, 7 and 8. Those sections speak of " section 84, article 3, chapter 9, title 9, part 1st, Revised Statutes ; Section 87 of article 3, chapter 9, title 9; part 1, Revised Stat-. utes ; Section 89 of article 3, chapter 9, title 9, part 1, Revised Statutes ; Section 149 of article 4, chapter 9, title 9, part 1, Revised Statutes.” Now, as there are no such sections in the Revised Statutes, I desire to know if the act is correctly printed in the Session Laws?

Yours, etc.,

J. W. EDMONDS.

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STATE OF NEW YORK, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE,

Albany, May 27, 1867. Honorable J. W. Edmonds :

DEAR SIR — In reply to yours of May 24, I answer: Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, of chapter 836 of Laws of 1866, as referred to by you, are printed verbatim et literatim, as appears from the original on file here.

Respectfully,

S. R. HARLOW, Chief Clerk.

And when to that is added such errors as the establishment of a Capital instead of a Capitol Police District, and the incorporation of a Cavalry, instead of a Calvary Cemetery, it becomes quite apparent that there may be more errors in my book than are dreamt of in my part of the work.

J. W. EDMONDS. NEW YORK, December, 1867.

TITLES

OF ALL THE

LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,

PASSED AT THE

EIGHTY-SIXTH SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE.

1863.

The titles of the acts included in this compilation are in this "list" printed in italics.] CHAP. 1. An Act to provide for the payment of certain persons for services performed while acting as officers of the Assembly. Passed

January 30, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 2. An Act to authorize the trustees of “The Orville Presbyte

riau Society," in the town of De Witt, to dispose of the property.

Passed February 13, 1863. CHAP. 3. An Act to authorize the trustees of “The Methodist Epis

copal Young Society,” in the town of De Witt, to sell their real estate, and to legalize and confirm the acts of said society, and the election of their trustees, and to provide for their classification and

term of office. Passed February 13, 1863. CHAP. 4. An Act to amend the act entitled “ An act to amend the several acts incorporating the village of Owego, in the county of Tioga," passed April ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-one. Passed February 14, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 5. An Act to amend an act entitled " An act to consolidate and

amend the several acts relating to the village of Cazenovia, to alter the bounds, and to enlarge the powers of the corporation of said village,” passed April fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine.

Passed February 14, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 6. An Act to amend an act to incorporate the village of Clifton

Springs. Passed February 14, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHLAP. 7. An Act to change the place of business of the Starr Arms

Company. Passed February 14, 1863. CHAP. 8. An Act to amend an act entitled “An act revising, amend

ing and consolidating the several acts in relation to the village of Fort Plain," passed April seven, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, and to extend the powers of the corporation of said village. Passed February 14, 1863; three-fifths being present.

CHAP. 9. An Act to amend “An act to incorporate the village of

Bainbridge, in the county of Chenango,” passed April twenty-first, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine. Passed February 14, 1863;

three-fifths being present. CHAP. 10. An Act to empower Fireman's Lodge, Number Nineteen,

of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in the city and connty of Albany, to hold real and personal estate, to a limited amount.

Passed February 14, 1863. CHAP. 11. An Act to authorize the Albany and Vermont Railroad

Company to construct a branch road. Passed February 17, 1863. CHAP. 12. An Act to authorize the election of an additional assessor

in the town of Wawarsing, Ulster county. Passed February 19,

1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 13. An Act to authorize the Board of Supervisors of the county

of Putnam to raise money by tax to pay volunteers in the United States service. Passed February 19, 1863; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 14. An Act to confirm the acts of the Governor of the State of

New York, and to appropriate money for the repayment of moneys paid as bounties to volunteers, and for other purposes. Passed Feb

ruary 21, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 15. 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 bounties to volunteers or for the expenses of their enlistment, or for aid to their families, or to pay any liability incurred therefor. Passed February

21, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 16. An Act to confirm and legalize the taxes imposed in the year

eighteen hundred and sixty-two, by the boards of supervisors of the several counties in the State, or of such of them as may have included in such taxes any sum or sums raised or advanced in their respective counties for the payment of bounty money to volunteers enlisted in the service of the United States, or for the support and maintenance of the families of such volunteers. Passed February 23, 1863; threefifths being present. CHAP. 17. An Act authorizing the extension of the time for the col

lection of taxes in the several towns and cities of this State, except in the county of Orleans. Passed February 26, 1863; three-fifths

being present. CHAP. 18. An Act amending the several acts authorizing town sub

scriptions to the stock of the Albany and Susquehanna Railroad Company ; to extend the time for the completion of said road, and to regulate the weight of the iron rail to be used thereon. Passed March 4, 1863; three-fifths being present.

CHAP. 19. An Act to confirm the acts of the board of supervisors of the county of Erie, in relation to paying bounties to volunteers, and borrowing money for that purpose. Passed March 4, 1863 ; three-fifths being present. Chap. 20. An Act declaring the acceptance by this State, of the provisions of an act of the Congress of the United States, entitled, An act donating public lands to the several States and Territories which may proride colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts," approved second July, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. Passed March 4, 1863. CHAP. 21. An Act to amend an act entitled “An act to incorporate the Onondaga County Savings Bank, in the city of Syracuse,' passed April tenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five. Passed March

4, 1863. CHAP. 22. An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the

business of banking," passed April eighteen, eighteen hundred and

thirty-eight. Passed March 4, 1863. CHAP. 23. An Act releasing the interest of the State in certain lands

and premises lately owned by Edward Lewis Frederick Steinheil, and authorizing his widow and heirs-at-law to take, hold, and convey

the same. Passed March 4, 1863; by a two-thirds vote. CHAP. 24. An Act releasing the interest of the State in certain lands

and premises lately owned by James Peter Henry Vivien, and authorizing his widow and heirs-at-law to hold and convey the same.

Passed March 4, 1863; by a two-thirds vote. CHAP. 25. An Act to provide for the payment of certain bonds issued

by the corporation of the city of New York, and to authorize a continuance of the aid heretofore granted and allowed by the said corporation to families of volunteer soldiers from that city, now serving in the army of the Union. Passed March 6,1863; three-fifths being,

present. CAAP. 26. An Act to legalize certain ordinances of the corporation

of the city of New York. Passed March 6, 1863; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 27. An Act to appropriate the proceeds of the State tax for the

support of common schools. Passed March 12, 1863; three-fifths

being present. CHAP. 28. An Act in relation to the Fort Edward, Sandy Hill and

Glens Falls Railroad Company. Passed March 14, 1863. CHAP. 29. An Act confirming certain proceedings of the common coun

cil of the city of Buffalo, granting relief to the families of volunteers and to authorize the said common council to borrow money for that

purpose. Passed March 14, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 30. An Act to legalize the official acts of Oliver A. Barstow,

as a justice of the peace of the town of Nichols, Tioga county. Passed March 14, 1863; three-fifths being present.

CHAP. 31. An Act making appropriations for the canal debt and the

maintenance of the canals for the fiscal year commencing on the first day of October, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three. Passed

March 14, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 32. An Act to amend an act entitled “An act to provide for

the erection of a town-hall in the town of Flushing, in the county of Queens,” passed March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixtyone, and the act amendatory thereof, passed April twenty-second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. Passed March 19, 1863; three

fifths being present. CHAP. 33. An Act to legalize the official acts and proceedings of

Michael Langton, as a justice of the peace of the town of Castleton, Richmond county. Passed March 19, 1863; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 34. An Act to legalize the official acts and proceedings of

Peter Tiernan, as a justice of the peace of the town of Castleton, Richmond county. Passed March 19, 1863; three-fifths being

present. CHAP. 35. An Act for the relief of the trustees of the Gloversville

Union Seminary. Passed March 19, 1863. CHAP. 36. An Act authorizing the village of West Troy to pave

Broad street therein from Auburn street to its southern terminus; to procure a steam fire engine, and the necessary hose, hose carriage, lot and engine house for the same, and to borrow money for such purposes; also empowering the said village to light the streets thereof, and directing that the police constables of said village be uniformed and wear badge of office. Passed March 19, 1863;

three-fifths being present. CHAP. 37. An Act to enable the trustees of the Kingsborough

Academy to convey said academy lot and buildings to the trustee of school-district number twenty-two, in the town of Johnstown,

Sulton county, and to provide for the sale of the school-house and lot in said district, and for applying the proceeds of such sale.

Passed March 23, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 38. An Act to incorporate Neptune Fire Hose Company Num

ber One, of Tompkinsville, Richmond county, State of New York!

Passed March 23, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 39. An Act for the relief of C. W. Allis and others, and to

authorize and empower the trustees of the village of Skaneateles to raise five hundred dollars by tax for that purpose. Passed March

23, 1863; three-fifths being present. CHAP. 40. An Act to authorize the canal board to accept conveyances

to the State of the Clark and Skinner canal or slip, in the city of Buffalo, and to authorize the common council of the city of Buffalo to convey the same. Passed

Passed March 23, 1863; three-fifths being present.

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