Public Papers of Theodore Roosevelt, Governor, 1899[-1900], Volume 2

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Page 139 - AN ACT to amend chapter four hundred and ten of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, entitled " An Act to consolidate into one act and to declare the special and local laws affecting public interests in the City of New York.
Page 130 - An act to unite into one municipality under the corporate name of The City of New York, the various communities lying in and about New York harbor, including the city and county of New York, the city of Brooklyn and the county of Kings, the county of Richmond and part of the county of Queens, and to provide for the government thereof.
Page 149 - AN ACT to amend chapter one hundred and eighty-two of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, entitled "An act for the government of cities of the second class," in relation to repairing and cleaning of sidewalks.
Page 135 - Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections and to their supervision and inspection, in so far as such laws are not inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution, shall remain in force until amended or repealed by the Legislature.
Page 116 - An act to provide ways and means for the support of government...
Page 5 - Whenever and as often as a majority of the judges of the court of appeals shall certify to the Governor that said court is unable," by reason of the accumulation of causes pending therein, to hear and dispose of the same with reasonable speed, the Governor shall designate not more than four justices of the Supreme Court to serve as associate judges of Court of Appeals.
Page 91 - To THE LEGISLATURE: It appearing to my satisfaction that the public interest requires it ; THEREFORE, In accordance with the provisions of section fifteen of article three of the Constitution and by virtue of the authority thereby conferred upon me, I do hereby certify to the necessity of the immediate passage of Assembly bill number 2363 (Introductory No. 1585), entitled: "An act to amend the tax law in relation to the taxation of debts secured by mortgages.
Page 67 - OF NEW YORK EXECUTIVE CHAMBER To THE LEGISLATURE : It appearing to my satisfaction that the public interest requires it; THEREFORE, In accordance with the provisions of section fifteen of article three of the Constitution and by virtue of the authority thereby conferred upon me, I do hereby certify to the necessity of the immediate passage of Assembly bill numbe; 2069 (Introductory No. 1427), entitled "An act making appropriations for certain expenses of government and supplying deficiencies in former...
Page 28 - ... is now done with banks; and wherever the, interests of the public demand it, it should publish the results of its examination. Then, if there are inordinate profits, competition or public sentiment will give the public the benefit in lowered prices; and if not, the power of taxation remains.
Page 101 - District, having been heretofore designated to sit as an Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in and for the First Judicial Department...

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