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AMENDING AOT.

CHAP. 416 OF 1877.

AN ACT to amend chapter four hundred and forty-eight of the

laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-six, entitled “An act relating to courts, officers of justice, and civil proceedings,' and to provide for the publication of the act, as amended.

PASSED May, 1877.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. (The amendments adopted in this section appear in their proper places in the Code.)

§ 2. The commissioners to revise the statutes are hereby authorized and required, within sixty days after the final adjournment of this session of the Legislature, to correct the text of the act entitled “An act relating to courts, officers of justice, and civil proceedings,” passed June two, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, by incorporating therein the amendments made by this act, so that the text will read as it is intended by this act that it shall read, and by appending thereto any matters added thereto, by any act or acts supplemental to chapter four hundred and forty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-six, passed at this session of the Legislature. The commissioners must make the amendments and corrections specified in this act by causing the act, thus corrected and amended, to be written or printed in a book, and depositing the book in the office of the Secretary of State, with a certificate thereupon, signed by the commissioners, or a majority of them, to the effect that it contains the correct text of the Code of Civil Procedure, as amended and completed by the acts of the Legislature, passed since its enactment. The book so deposited shall be presumptive evidence of the matter so certified. A copy thereof may be read in evidence, if it contains a written or printed certificate of the Secretary of State, or of the commissioners to revise the statutes or a majority of them, to the effect that it is a correct transcript of the Code of Civil Procedure, as amended and completed by the acts of the Legislature, passed since its enactment.

$ 3. This act and any act or acts, passed at this session of the Legislature, supplemental to chapter four hundred and forty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-six, shall not be printed or published for the use of the State or of any State department or State officer, or otherwise in any manner at the expense of the State, except in the volumes containing the laws of this session, to be printed and published as prescribed by law; ncr shall they be printed or published in any newspaper at the expense of the State or of any county. Any act or acts, passed at this session of the Legislature, supplemental to chapter four hundred and forty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-six, and also the standard text of the Code of Civil Pro cedure, prepared by the commissioners to revise the statutes, and deposit in the office of the Secretary of State, as provided for by the last preceding sec tion of this act, with the certificate of the said commissioners thereupon shall be printed in a separate volume of the session laws, which shall contain no other law passed at this session, and the said standard text of the Coded Civil Procedure shall be separately indexed at the end of the said volume, but the other act or acts in the said volume shall not be indexed,

84. This act shall take effect on the first day of September, 1877.

REPEALING ACT OF 1877.

L 1877, CH. 417.

AN ACT to repeal certain acts and parts of acts.

PASSED June 5, 1877. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Acts repealed, etc. Revised Statutes. The following acts, and parts of acts, heretofore passed by the Legislature of the State, are hereby repealed, to wit:

1. Of the first part of the Revised Statutes :

Section* twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six and twenty-seven, of title fourth of chapter fifth.

2. Of the second part of the Revised Statutes :
(1.) Section* five and six of title fifth of chapter first.
(2.) Sections sixteen, seventeen, and twenty-seven of chapter third.
(3.) The following portions of chapter fifth :
All of article first of title first:

The concluding portion of section seventeen of article sixth of the same title, beginning with the words “but whenever any person shall have remained charged."

3. Of the third part of the Revised Statutes: (1.) The following portions of chapter first: All of article third of title third.

All of title second, except sections thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty-three and forty-five, and article sixth and seventh of that title.

All of title third.

Sections one to twenty-seven, both inclusive, and sections forty-five of title fourth.

All of title fifth, except sections four, five, six, seven, twenty-one, twenty; four, twenty-five, twenty-seven, twenty-eight and twenty-nine thereof, and except so much of sections eleven and fourteen thereof, as relates to criminal courts.

So in the original.

(2.) The following portions of chapter second:

Sections two hundred and forty-five, two hundred and forty-six, two hundred and forty-seven and two hundred and forty-eight of title fourth.

(3.) All of chapter third, except section fourteen of title first; and sections forty, forty-one, forty-four, forty-five and forty-eight, and sections fifty-four to sixty-one, both inclusive, of title second.

(4.) Sections twenty-two to twenty-nine, both inclusive, of title fifth of chapter fifth.

(5.) All of chapter sixth, except sections twelve and thirteen of title second ; section fourteen of title fourth, and articles first and second of title sixth.

(6.) All of chapter seventh, except sections fifteen and sixteen of title second; and sections sixty-three to seventy, both inclusive, and sections sev. enty-four, seventy-five and seventy-six of title third.

(7.) The following portions of chapter eighth :
All of title first.
All of title second.
Section eight of title third.

All of article first of title fourth, except sections one to three thereof, both inclusive, and sections twelve to fifteen thereof, both inclusive.

The following portions of title sixth, to wit: so much of sections sixteen to twenty-one thereof, both inclusive, as relates to petit jurors, and sections thirty-seven to forty-two thereof, both inclusive.

Section one of title thirteenth.

All of title seventeenth, except sections one, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-two and thirty-five thereof.

(8.) The following portions of chapter ninth:

All of title third, except section sixty-six thereof, and so much of article third thereof as applies to appeals from surrogates' courts.

4. Code of Procedure. All of the Code of Procedure, except the following sections and parts of sections thereof, to wit:

Sections one to eight, both inclusive.

The introductory clause, and subdivisions two, ten and eleven of section thirty.

Sections fifty-two to seventy-one, both inclusive.
Section one hundred and eleven.
Section one hundred and twelve.
Section one hundred and eighteen.
Section one hundred and thirty-two.

The introductory clause, and subdivisions one and four of section ono hundred and thirty-six.

Section one hundred and sixty-six.

The concluding portion of section one hundred and sixty-seven, beginning with the words " in actions to foreclose mortgages."

Sections two hundred and six to two hundred and seventeen, both inclusive.

Section two hundred and twenty-four.
Section two hundred and forty-three.

The introductory clause, and subdivisions three and four of section two hun Ired and forty-four.

Thosa portions of section two hundred and fifty-six, which are not inconjistout with or superseded by the act chapter four hundred and forty-eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-six, entitled “ An act relating to courts, officers of justice and civil proceedings.

That portion of section two hnudred and sixty-one, beginning with the words "in an action for the recovery of specific personal property," and endling with the words “ or taking and with holding such property.

Section two hundred and seventy-seven.

The concluding portion of section two hundred and eighty-four, beginning with the words " when judgment shall have been rendered.”

Sections two hundred and ninety-two to three hundred and nine, both inclusive.

Sections three hundred and eleven to three hundred and twenty-two, both inclusive.

Sections three hundred and fifty-one to three hundred and seventy-one, both inclusive.

Sections three hundred and seventy-five to three hundred and eighty-one, both inclusive.

Sections four hundred and twenty-seven to four hundred and sixty-nine, both inclusive.

Sections four hundred and seventy-one to four hundred and seventy-three, both inclusive.

5. 1831. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-one:
Chapter one hundred and ninety-one.
6. 1832. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-two:

Chapters one hundred and twenty-eight, one hundred and fifty-eight, and wo hundred and seventy-six.

7. 1833. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-three.

Chapters fourteen, one hundred and fifty-nine, and one hundred and eighty-seven. All of chapter two hundred and seventy-one, except section six thereof. 8. 1834. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-four: Chapters ninety-four and two hundred and sixty-two. 9. 1835. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-five.

Chapters one hundred and fifty-nine, one hundred and eighty-nine, one hundred and ninety-seven, and two hundred and eleven.

10. 1836. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-six.

Chapters four hundred and thirty-nine, four hundred and ninety-nine, and five hundred and twenty-five.

11. 1837. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-seven:

Chapers* ninety-three, one hundred and sixty-four, four hundred and sixty-two, and four hundred and sixty-eight.

12. 1838. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-eight:
Chapter one hundred and twenty-nine.
13. 1839. Of the laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-nine :
Chapter one hundred and sixteen.

Sections one, two, five, six, nine, ten, fourteen, fifteen, seventeen, eighteen, and twenty, of chapter two hundred and ten.

All of chapters three hundred and three, three hundred and seventeen, and three hundred and forty-six.

* So in the original.

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