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Title XI, of chapter IX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the interest of the state in mines."

Political Code, § 249-258.

Chapter XI, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the powers, duties and privileges of towns," except section 18,1 of title II; sections 6, S' and 36,2 of title III; sections 30, 31, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 45, of title IV; sections 1, 2, 4, 5 and 8, of title V and section 4, of title VI; and sections 2 to 20 inclusive, of title VII.5

Political Code, §§ 960-1058, 13, 1033-1035, 840.

Chapter XII, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the powers, duties and privileges of counties and of certain county officers;" except article IV, of title II; sections 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, of article V, of title II; article VII, of title II; title III; and sections 6, 7 and 8, of title IV.

Political Code, §§ 876-916.

Chapter XVI, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of highways, bridges and ferries;" except such provisions of said chapter as apply to private roads, and in so far as they do so apply they are not repealed.'

Political Cole, §§ 396-504, 665-675, 859, 860.

Title I, of chapter XVII, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of sales by auctioneers."

Political Code, §§ 714-750.

Title IV, of chapter XVII, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of hawkers and pedlers," and the act amending the same, passed March 23, 1840. (Laws of 1840, 47, ch. 70.)

Political Code, §§ 751-758.

This will be embraced in the ELECTION LAWS.

This will be embraced in the FISCAL LAWS.

3 These provisions will be embodied in the CIVIL CODE.

◄ These are covered by the provisions of the CIVIL CODE OF PROCEDURE, as reported complete.

These are local provisions, not necessary to repeal.

• The provisions excepted are in part local, and in part within the provisions of the CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, as reported complete.

'Proceedings for laying out private roads are contained in the CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, as reported complete, p. 630.

Chapter XIX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the computation of time, of weights and measures and the money of account," and an act amending the same, passed April 15, 1857. (2 Laws of 1857, 190, ch. 560.)

Political Code, § 676-713, 65, 70, 81.

Sections 6 and 7, of title VIII, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the prevention and punishment of immorality and disorderly practices."

Political Code, § 785.

Article V, of title VIII, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the racing of animals," and article VIII, of that title, entitled "Of the observance of Sunday."

Political Code, §§ 775–781; Ib., §§ 849-858, 803.

Title X, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the navigation of rivers and lakes and the obstruction of certain waters."

Political Code, §§ 262-288.

Title XI, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of fisheries generally, and particularly in the Hudson river and at and below the city of New York."

Political Code, §§ 771, 265, 266.

Title XII, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of wrecks."

Political Code, §§ 301-319.

Title XIII, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the law of the road, and the regulation of public stages."

Political Code, §§ 665-672.

Title XV, of chapter XX, of part I, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the embezzlement of timber floating."

Political Code, §§ 289-300.

Section 23, of Title VI, of chapter I, of part IV, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of offenses punishable by imprisonment in a county jail and by fines."

Political Code, § 759.

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An act relative to applications to the legislature for grants of escheated lands, passed April 25, 1829. (Laws of 1828-9, 394, ch. 259.)

Political Code, § 147.

An act requiring the publication of notices in certain cases, passed April 27, 1829. (Laws of 1828-9, 404, ch. 275.)

Political Code, § 147.

An act concerning the election of justices of the peace, passed May 4, 1829. (Laws of 1828-9, 545, ch. 356.) And an act to amend the same, passed May 4th, 1829, passed April 20, 1830. (Laws of 1830, 349, ch. 290.)

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Political Code, §§ 989, 199, 990, 960, 1017.

Section 3 of an act in relation to certain proceedings in criminal cases, in the city of New York, and concerning certain courts therein, passed February 20, 1830. (Laws of 1830, 29, ch. 42.)

Political Code, § 176, p. 187, §§ 184, 208, 210.

An act regulating highways and bridges in the counties of Suffolk, Queens and Kings, passed February 23, 1830. (Laws of 1830, 42, ch. 56.) And the act to amend the same, passed March 26, 1857 (1 Laws of 1857, 417, ch. 181), excepting such provisions of said acts as apply to private roads; and in so far as such provisions do so apply they are not repealed.2

Political Code, §§ 396-522.

Sections 2 and 3 of an act requiring the register of the city and county of New York to appoint a deputy, and concerning vacancies in said office and in the offices of sheriffs and clerks of counties, passed February 26, 1830. (Laws of 1830, 64, ch. 58.)

Political Code, § 237.

Sections 1, 2 and 3, of "An act to amend certain provisions of the Revised Statutes, and in addition thereto," passed April 20, 1830. (Laws of 1830, 384, ch. 320.)

Political Code, 960-1058.

The subject of the remainder of this statute is covered by the CODES OF CIVIL and of CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, as reported complete.

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Proceedings for laying out private roads are provided by the CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, as reported complete, p. 630.

Section 22 of an act relative to the finances of this state, and the duties of the comptroller and the commissioners of the canal fund, passed April 26, 1831. (Laws of 1831, 423, ch. 320.)

Political Code, §§ 123, 938.

An act to amend article second, title first, of the sixteenth chapter, part first, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the persons liable to work on highways, and the making assessments therefor," passed April 10, 1832. (Laws of 1832, 170, ch. 107.)

Political Code, §§ 423-429.

Sections 1 and 2 of an act relative to the oath of justices of the peace, passed April 11, 1832. (Laws of 1832, 171, ch. 109.)

Political Code, §§ 212, 214, 992, subd. 5.

An act to authorize the formation of fire companies, passed April 23, 1832. (Laws of 1832, 401, ch. 222.) And an act amending the same, passed May 13, 1845. (Laws of 1845, 264, ch. 244.)

Political Code, §§ 760-762.

An act for the more effectual improvement of roads and bridges, passed April 25, 1832. (Laws of 1832, 480, ch. 274.)

Political Code, §§ 406-409.

An act to authorize commissioners of highways to administer oaths in certain cases, passed April 12, 1833. (Laws of 1833, 169, ch. 149.)

Political Code, § 867.

An act relative to the election and classification of justices of the peace, passed April 29, 1833. (Laws of 1833, 392, ch. 270.)

Political Code, §§ 990, 994.

An act to amend the fourth article, of the first part of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the laying out of public and private roads, and of the alteration or discontinuance thereof," passed May 3, 1834 (Laws of 1834, 470, ch. 267); except that in so far as it applies to private roads it is not repealed.

Political Code, § 462.

An act to amend part first, title first, of chapter seventeenth, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the regulation of trade in certain cases," passed April 11, 1835. (Laws of 1835, 52, ch. 62.) Political Code, §§ 714-750.

An act in relation to the assessment of highway labor, passed
April 24, 1835. (Laws of 1835, 163, ch. 154.)

Political Code, §§ 421-429.

An act to enlarge the powers of commissioners of highways,
passed May 11, 1835. (Laws of 1835, 340, ch. 300.)

Political Code, § 529.

An act to amend article fourth, of title first, of chapter six-
teenth, of part first, of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Of the
laying out of public and private roads, and of the alteration or
discontinuance thereof," passed April 11, 1836. (Laws of 1836,
163, ch. 122.)

Political Code, § 457.

An act to protect sidewalks along highways, passed May 10,
1836. (Laws of 1836, 397, ch. 281.) And the act amending the
same, passed April 15, 1854. (Laws of 1854, 682, ch. 324.)

Political Code, §§ 400, 401, 412.

An act authorizing the construction of railroads upon Indian
lands, passed May 12, 1836. (Laws of 1836, 461, ch. 316.)

Political Code, 530.

An act for the preservation of legislative petitions and papers,
passed April 3, 1837, except so much thereof as declares certified
copies to be evidence.1 (Laws of 1837, 113, ch. 140.)

Political Code, § 43.

An act concerning vessels navigating the Niagara river, Lake
Ontario, and the River St. Lawrence, passed April 4, 1837. (Laws
of 1837, 141, ch. 153.)

Political Code, §§ 274-279.

An act relative to unclaimed trunks and baggage, passed May 2,
1837. (Laws of 1837, 311, ch. 300.)

Political Code, §§ 821-829.

An act for the appointment of a harbor master for the port of
Albany, passed May 8, 1837. (Laws of 1837, 358, ch. 356.)

Political Code, §§ 63, 71, 72, 389-395.

1 The subject of the provision excepted is covered by provisions of the CODE OF
PROCEDURE, as reported complete, §§ 1741, 1742.

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