Laws of the State of New York, Volume 1

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State of New York., 1847 - Law

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Page 141 - On compliance with the provisions of the next section, such articles of association may be filed in the office of the Secretary of State, who shall endorse thereon the day they are filed, and record the same in a book, to be provided by him for that purpose ; and, thereupon, the persons who have so subscribed such articles of association...
Page 302 - In counties having a population exceeding forty thousand, the legislature may provide for the election of a separate officer to perform the duties of the office of surrogate.
Page 260 - ... the names of the persons for whom such votes were given, and the number of votes given for each...
Page 122 - ... or shall wilfully destroy, cut, break, or injure any tree, shrub, or plant within the limits of...
Page 81 - ... and at the expiration of the term of insurance, the said note, or such part of the same as shall remain unpaid, after deducting all losses and expenses occurring during said term, shall be relinquished and given up to the maker thereof.
Page 53 - ... nor be subject to taxation for any purpose whatever, and the said city in its corporate capacity, shall be able to take, hold and dispose of any real or personal estate...
Page 119 - State, not less than seven, who shall desire to form an association for the purpose of procuring and holding lands to be used exclusively for a cemetery, or place for the burial of the dead...
Page 210 - Each subscriber to such articles of association shall subscribe thereto his name, place of residence, and the number of shares of stock he agrees to take in said company.
Page 69 - ... meeting legally warned and held for that purpose ; and if it shall appear, in a manner to be provided by law, that a majority of the electors present at such meetings shall have approved such amendments, the same shall be valid to all intents...
Page 158 - Such costs and disbursements shall not exceed the sum of thirty dollars, and the decision of the county judge shall be final; but no portion of such account shall be so ordered to be paid which shall appear to such judge to have arisen from the wilful neglect or misconduct of the claimant. The account with the oath of the party claiming the same shall be prima facie evidence of the correctness thereof.

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