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A. 826. Relative to bridge across mill pond, 31st and
32d Wards, Brooklyn. A. 1046. Relative to Beth Israel Hospital Association. A. 1453. Relative to stoop lines, city of New York. A. 1628. Relative to claim of Margaret Hudson. A. 1697. Relative to separate department of elections. A. 1723. Relative to Municipal Court, borough of Brook
lyn. A. 1798. Relative to public park in the fourth ward. A. 1879. Relative to Jewish Theological Seminary. A. 1980. Relief of First Methodist Episcopal Church. A. 1987. Relative to public park to be known as Hamilton
Park. A. 2006. Relative to cultivation of trees and vegetation,
city of New York. A. 2264. Relative to payment of claims against Long
Island City. A. 2276. Relative to public schools in boroughs of
Queens and Richmond. A. 2286. Relative to offensive trades, borough of Brook
lyn. (Gale) A. 2293. Relative to volunteer firemen, boroughs of
Queens and Richmond. A. 2300. Relief of Evangelical Lutheran Church of St.
James. A. 2402. Relative to appointment of board of lunacy
examiners. S. 610. Relative to acquiring title to a public place
bounded by Tremont Avenue, 24th Ward. S.
910. Relief of Eagle Avenue German Baptist Church. S. 990. Relating to police pension fund.
S. 1009. Relative to removal of snow and ice from side
walks. $. 1058. Relative to clerks and assistant clerks, Munic
The following bill was not approved for the reason that it was vetoed by the mayor of the city of Yonkers: A. 2277. Relative to the rate of water rents in the city of
The following bills are not approved because of defective drafting, questionable propriety, objectionable provisions, and duplication of bills already signed: A. 121. To provide for appointment of clerk of grand
jury in Madison County. A. 582. To amend the Fish, Game and Forest Law in
relation to taking of bass in St. Lawrence
to hear and determine the alleged claim oi
and to render judgment therefor.
to powers of commissioners of deeds.
A. 1153. To amend the Membership Corporation Law
relative to taxes assessed on cemetery lots. A. 1226. Authorizing the Adjutant-General to issue to
regularly organized camps of Sons of Vete
rans military arms. A. 1328. To amend the Canal Law relative to the time of
opening the State canals. A. 1370. Relief of Thomas P. Wilson, ex-policeman city
of New York. A. 1381. To authorize the village of White Plains to com
pel the owners of property fronting on any streets to repair the curbstones, sidewalks,
etc., in front of their respective lots. A. 1619. An act to amend an act to consolidate and
amend the several acts relating to the village
of Watkins. A. 1735. Relative to certain fish that may be caught in
waters named. A. 1772. To amend the Poor Law relative to support of
poor persons. A. 1881. Authorizing the Court of Claims to hear and de
termine the alleged claims of Norman Tyron
and others. A. 1907. Relative to fishing in Lake Erie. d. 1919. To amend Code of Civil Procedure relative to
fees of inventory appraisers. A. 1953. Relative to office of sheriff of Erie County. A. 1960. To amend chap. 488, Laws of 1898, relating to
apportionment of personal property in the
county of Queens. A. 1993. An act relative to villages, constituting chapter
twenty-one of the General Laws, relating to publishing notices of election.
A. 1996. Relative to unpaid taxes in that part of the city
of New York constituting Long Island City,
the town of Hempstead.
of the City of New York to reconsider the
for capture of Henry F. Hardy, an escaped
convict. A. 2150. To revise, and amend the several acts relative
to the Reformatory at Elmira.
Procedure relative to fees of jurors.
to inventory appraisals of the estate of de
cedents. A. 2258. Relative to real property sold to guardians in
socage. A. 2260. To incorporate the International Bond and De
benture Company. A. 2266. To amend the Town Law relative to town meet
ings. A. 2295. To amend section 40, chap. 688, Laws of 1892,
being chap. 36 of the General Laws, known
as the Stock Corporation Law. A. 2297. To amend section 674a of the Penal Code rela
tive to the badge or button of the G. A. R.
tive to the desecration of the flag of the U. S.
A. 2401. Relief of the village of Ardsley, Westchester
County. A. 2415. To legalize the official acts of certain justices of
the peace in the counties of Orange, Rockland
and Sullivan. A. 2438. To amend the Labor Law relative to the pro
tection of labor employed on buildings in
cities. S. 644. Authorizing the practice of medicine by certain
persons. S. 781. Creating a county contracting board, County of
Rensselaer. S. 793. Relating to acknowledgments of the executions
of instruments in writing by certain persons in the islands of Cuba, Porto Rico, Guam,
Philippines, and the Hawaii Islands. S. 801. To amend title 12 of the Penal Code relative to
public health and safety. S. 874. To hear charges against Henry E. Rehwinke, a
fireman of first grade, New York City. S. 1087. To authorize the National Conservatory of
Music to contract with its pupils for instruc
tion. S. 1102. To amend Tax Law relative to the taxation of
public franchises as real property. S. 1140. To legalize the official acts of A. P. Richard
son, a justice of the peace, Essex County,
town of Chesterfield. S. 1174. Relative to alleged claims of John J. Donovan
against the State. S. 1218. Town of Grand Island, bridge across Niagara