The Consolidated Laws of the State of New York: Prepared Pursuant to Laws 1904, Chapter 664, by the Board of Statutory Consolidation, Passed at the One Hundred and Thirty-second Session of the Legislature Begun January 6, 1909, and Ended April 30, 1909, in the City of Albany as Amended by the Legislature of 1909, Together with the Public Service Commissions Law and the Railroad Law, and Published by the State Under the Supervision of the Board Pursuan to Laws 1909, Chapter 458, Volume 8
J. B. Lyon Company, State Printers, 1910
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Page 224 - AN ACT To provide for the further development of agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States receiving the benefits of the act entitled "An act donating public lands to the several States and Territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts...
Page 197 - Any person conceiving himself aggrieved may appeal or petition to the commissioner of education who is hereby authorized and required to examine and decide the same; and...
Page 125 - No door shall open immediately upon a flight of stairs, but a landing at least the width of the door shall be provided between such stairs and such door.
Page 36 - Though a district be dissolved, it shall continue to exist in law for the purpose of providing for and paying all its just debts; and to that end the trustees and other officers shall continue in office, and the inhabitants may hold special meetings, elect officers to supply vacancies, and vote taxes; and all other acts necessary to raise money and pay such debts shall be done by the inhabitants and officers of the district.
Page 115 - ... or without their seals; and it shall have the like force and effect as a warrant issued by a board of supervisors to a collector of taxes in the town; and the collector to whom it may be delivered for collection shall be thereby authorized and required to collect from every person in such tax-list named the sum set opposite to his name...
Page 112 - ... town assessors shall have been made in the description or valuation of taxable property, the trustees shall ascertain the true value of the property to be taxed from the best evidence in their power, giving notice to the persons interested, and proceeding in the same manner as the town assessors are required by law to proceed in the valuation of taxable property, the hearing of grievances, and the revision of the town assessment-roll.
Page 262 - Plains shall be under the care and management of a board of trustees, which board shall consist of five members, who shall be appointed by the governor, from among the members of the Westchester county bar, who have practiced law for at least ten years.
Page 166 - ... home or other similar institution, if there be one, controlled by persons of the same religious faith as the persons in parental relation to such child, which is willing and able to receive, confine and maintain such child for a reasonable compensation. Such confinement shall be conducted with a view to the improvement and to the restoration, as soon as practicable, of such child to the institution elsewhere, upon which he may be lawfully required to attend.