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of affidavit in supplementary proceedings for taxes 90

of order for examination therein 91

of agreement for use of highway by plankroad or turnpike company. . . 97

appointment of town sealer of weights and measures 100

order appointing collector 103

justice of the peace 106

of list of trial jurors 116

of consent by town auditors for rebuilding or repairing roads and bridges. 137

of report by supervisor thereof 138

of application to borrow money for repairs, building of roads and bridges. 138-9

order dividing town into election districts 146

order altering the same 147

notice of elections 147

appointment of inspector of election 149

to fill vacancy 150

statements of canvass ■ 156-7

instructions as to statements of canvass 158

of oath of county canvassers 160, 166

for keeping records of meetings of county canvassers 165-6

of official canvass 168

statements of votes for State officers 169

cotmty officers 169

members of assembly 1™

of resolutions as to canvass of election i^n i

elected officers i to

of notice for special election 17*



852 Index.

FORM — Continued. PiOE.

of assessment-roll 364-6

of report of committee on " forms of aasessment-roUs " 250

of committee on " footing of assessment-rolls " 251

of committee on " erroneous assessments " 256

of table for extending taxes 263

of resolution confirming tax as extended 257

of -warrant annexed to assessment-roU 271-7

of return of highway tax un worked 297

of report on equalization 826-8

of table on equalization 827

of notice of appeal from equalization 832

of accounts or claims against town or county 854

of accounts under Livingston county poor law 368-9

by highway commissioners 870

of accounts, etc., statement thereof 872

of justices of the peace 384, 424

of constable 885-6, 426-7

certificate as to town audits 895-6

report of superintendent of poor 418

of supervisors' account against county 421

of general account against county 422

of motion to adopt report of a, committee, containing resolutions 461

of application for burial of deceased soldier 539

for headstone 540

of selecting newspapers to publish session laws 542

of resolution selecting newspapers to publish election notices and of-
ficial canvass 543

for bonding county 635

town 637-9

of resolution authorizing town highways to be surveyed and records

thereof made 636

of resolution authorizing levy for road scraper 637

to divide town and erect new town 640

town meetings to be held by election districts 641

for declaration of vote by chairman 643

of " clerk's summary " 644

of ratio and apportionment schedule 646

of certificate to resol utions 686-7

of register of accounts kept by clerk 650

of statements to be published by clerk of board, as to town and county

audits, supervisor's pay and equalization proceedings 651-3

certificate of proceedings of the board 659

FRANCHISE:

State tax on 318-20

of corporation not taxable as real property 308, 805, 189, 194

FUNDS:

misappropriating of 1,2, 3

lost or wasted must be replaced 838

want of, no excuse for refusal to audit legal claim 416

corrupt expenditures of 88, 754

summary investigation of 88, 754

GAME AND FISH:

law constitutional 531

"protectors" of 405

constables 405, 530-5

pay of 405, 533, 799

duty of 584

when county charge 405

powers of board of supervisors as to 470, 494, 506, 531-5

such powers constitutional 531



Index. 853

GAME AND FISH — Continued.

fines and penalties under, to whom paid 534

nets, devices, etc., when to be destroyed ...!.....'......!. i 534

GAS-LIGHT COMPANIES:

when exempt from taxation ^ii

GLANDERS:

animals afflicted with, to be destroyed I30

GOSPEL AND SCHOOL LOTS:

report aa to, by superintendent 47

supervisor to take and hold possession thereof ' ' " ' 5x

trustee therefor .'.*.'..'.'. 51

to lease the same ',.'.'.'. 53

when to sell the " ' " ' gg

to invest proceeds thereof '.'..'.'. 53

supervisor reloaning moneys for , ,' _ ,' 53

rents and profits of, how applied 53

account of moneys thereof 52

delivery of books and papers relating to 53

when town divided 53^ 92^4, 767

or altered 93-4| 767

report by town auditors as to 39O

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC:

lease of town or county buildings to 100

relief to indigent soldiers and sailors 393-3

GRAND JURY:

list of 47,514-6

form of 47,514-6

how number increased 47, 514-6

who are qualified for 47, 515

who are exempt 111-5, 515

report of committee on 515

duties of board supervisors as to 47, 514-6

GRIEVANCE DAY. (See Review Day.)

GUARDIAN:

assessment of 218, 334

accounts of, to be examined by surrogate 569

examiner of such accounts may be appointed by supervisor 569

GUARDS FOE JAIL:

pay of 799

HEALTH:

board of 117-23

who compose in cities 117

in towns. ,.,..., 117

in villages 117

to appoint physician 117

to till vacancies in , 117

powers of • 118-31

meetings of 118

to prescribe duties of health ofiicer 118 '

and fix his compensation 118

to guard against contagious diseases 118

as to nuisances 119, 131

registering births, marriages and deaths 119

to prescribe rules and regulations 120

warrants of arrest by 130



854 Index.

HEALTH — Continued. page.

board of, to employ subordinates 121

penalties and actions by 131

refusal to obey orders of 121

expenses of 123

atown charge 122, 378

audit of 122, ^73

(See Auditing of Accounts.)

health of persons in poor-houses 123

mandamus against 123

decisions 123-7!

milk, seizure or destruction of 130

glanders, animals afflicted with 130

obstructing health officer, misdemeanor 131

willful violation of health laws, penalty for 131

adulterated wines, to be destroyed 131

transportation of dead bodies, permit for 127

HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS (see Roads and Bridges) :

to give bond 34

form of 37

statement by, as to roads and bridges 41, 508

as to noxious vreeds 42

as to roads and bridges over boundary streams ... 42, 666, 668, 678, 695

care over State boundary monuments 50, 98

duties as to fire in woods 84

use of highway for turnpike or plankroad 96

as water commissioners , 98

as to water- works companies 131

as to roads and bridges' damaged or destroyed after town meeting, 136-9, 672i

to receive moneys for highway purposes 274

road machine, road scraper 277

noxious weeds 27t>

to account 356, 370

accounting by 370

form of 370-2

account to be stated by auditors 871-3

filed and read to town meeting 871

pay of 795

a town charge 873, 795

appointment by board of supervisors of special 466-7'

pay and expenses thereof 467

number of, may be fixed by town meeting and board of supervisors, 496, 782

when may alter, discontinue, widen or narrow State highway 508

liable for defective roads and bridges 682-4

decisions as to 684-91

damages and expenses on laying out, altering or discontinuing high-
ways 706-7

HOUSES OP DETENTION:

to be provided 576

agreement for keeping prisoners in 576-8

HOUSES OF INDUSTRY:

exempt from taxation 205

IDIOTS :

support of 613-4

INCORPORATED COMPANIES. (See Corporations. ■>
INDEBTEDNESS. (See Debts.)
INDIAN RESERVATIONS;

exempt from taxation 213



IKDEX. 855



INDIVIDUAL BANKER :

how assessed .,^'

^»>°is "•::;::""::::■:::.:::::::■■•■ su

INSANE :

support of 60a-13

may be sent to State asylum by superintendent of poor . . .' 603

indigent, when to be sent to asyluin .'.!'.." 604-6

proceedings thereon '.'.'.'. 604

how long to be kept in asylum ' 60'i-6

criminal insane, support of !!'.'.!!!!"!!! 610-3

support of indigent .'.'.".'."..'.'.". 608

INSPECTORS :

at village election, who are J07

of elections. (See Elections.)

canvass of election by 151-6

pay of, town charge ".'.'.'.'.."..." 373 800

must read and write the English language .'.'.'..'.' ".'...'.'. ! 150

INSURANCE COMPANIES:

upon co-operative or assessment plan, when exempt from taxation 213

INSTRUCTIONS :

for inspectors of election 158

for supervisors [[[[ 158

in Broome county Igl

of comptroller as to assessments, etc 248-50, 267-9

for ratio and apportionment .' . . 647

for extending tax 263

INSURING :

town buildings 373, 406

atown charge 373, 406

county buildings 406

n county charge 406

INVESTIGATION :

of corrupt or tmlawfol expenditures 88

JAIL:

exempt from taxation 204

repairs of 400,412,464,466,469,489, 574

solitary cells in 464, 574

limits, how fixed 494-5, 504

how established as such 494

in custody of sherifif 573-6

disinfectants for 574

to contain sufficient rooms for separate confinement 575

prisoners to be kept at hard labor 575

guards, pay of 799

physician for, how appointed 578

JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES :

list of, to be made by supervisor 50-1

JUDGMENT :

against town, when supervisor to pay 88, 374-9

auditing of 374-80

when must be audited • 344

when town charge ; ■■ 88, 373-9

against county or county officers, a county charge 375-fl

may be compromised 537

how paid . . '. _• 373-9

for damages from defective highways and bridges 683



856 iKDEX.

J UDQMENT — Continued. paob.

against town or town officer, when a town charge 374-5

(See Decisions, 377-9.)
to be laid before board of supervisors 375

JURISDICTION :

definition of vii-ix, 251

acting witljout, void. .384, 251, 259, 839-48, 847, 404, 411, 449-61, 465, 479, 487

of the supervisor vii, 21-144

of inspectors of election 172-5

(See Elections.)
of assessors. (See Assessment and Collection of Taxes.)

of town and county authorities viii

of town meeting 768-9, 779-93

of board of supervisors vii, viii, 450

of " local legislatures" vii

JUEORS :

list of grand 47, 514-6

pay of 415-6, 800

a county charge 415-6

qualification of grand j urors 47, 515

number of grand 47, 514

trial jurors 109-16, 800

pay of 415, 416

a county charge 415, 416

list of trial juries, in towns 109

in cities 110

how made 110

who are disqualified 110

exempt 111-5

qualified 115

filing lists of 115

form of list of , 116

term of service of 116

coroner's report as to 415

pay of 415, 800

in actions by and against counties 761

towns 786

JUBY:

list of grand jury 47

form of 47

grand, number of 47

pay of 415-6, 800

list of trial 109-16

pay of 415-6, 800

(See JuEORS.)

coroner's 415

pay of 415, 800

a county charge 415

list for justice of the peace 116, 874

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE:

can take oath of oflSce of supervisor 7

when to appoint supervisor 8, 9

cannot appoint one of their number 8, 9

can accept resignation of supervisor 13

to give bond 35

form of bond 38

duties of, as to fire in woods 94

control of town house 100, 103



Index. 857

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE — Continued. p^eB.
appointment of firemen 101

collector 101

excise commissioners 102

vacancy in office of, how filled 105

auditing accounts of 381-5, 422-6

form of account of 384

report by 434

to report fines and penalties to town auditors 424, 546-7, 598

to preside at town meeting 770

powers of 770

election of 777

to report commitments 615

action by or against county before 761

or tovms 736

fees of , 800

is a town officer 487

is a county officer 487

JUSTICES OF SESSIONS:

pay of , 808

JUSTIFICATION:

of sureties 18

JUVENILE DELINQUENTS:

conveyance of 406, 538

fees for, how fixed 406, 538

KINGS COUNTY:

correcting errors, informal proceedings, etc. , in 538

chairman of board in 626

stenographers in 406-10

(See Stenographers.)

LAND:

what is, for purposes of taxation ^^^o?i

occupied, how assessed *J^

unoccupied • aiRri

when town or county line divides, how assessed .416-7

of Forest Preserve, where taxed 0^1^^

vacant by removal of occupant • • ■ • • J™"^

of non-residents •*''*-°' *^d

leased in fee, reserved rents ooIl-k

omitted in assessment of preceding year ^o4-o

in current year *°^-»

:. bid in for benefit of county ^°°-0

certificates thereof ■ '*°° °

imperfectly described, taxes on, may be rqeoted ^wa

of individuals, where assessed •

LAWS:

designating persons before whom oath of office to be taken, are directory ■

Livingston county poor law ^ _„

willful disobedience of, a crime ^_|

penalty for 6ss_qi

of Oneida county, enforcing oolleotion of taxes 325

board of equalization in '.V ggn

Ontario county dog law ' • 2^

Richmond county dog law



858



Index.



List op Laws Citbd and Quoted, other than the Revised Statutes ani>

Laws as to Fees.



1815,


chap


.202




114


1860,


chap


. 71.




97


1829


"


287

352

356

290




53

5, 568, 586

775

777


1851,




126.
346.
134
176.




61»






559






100, 579-8a


1830,




..286-7, 240, 252


1831,


<(


880




400




tt


371.




229-82


1832,


"


222




101




tt


532.




691




"


246




..387, 410


1852,


tt


304.




408, 649-50-




it


273

274

270

115




76

661-2

778

76


1853,
1854,

1855,


tt
tt
tt

tt
tt
tt


195.
471.

96.
188.
326.

37.
190.




411






803


1833,




412


1835,




587"


1836,


117

506...

150


323

427

...520-2, 523-5




579-80, 682






194


1837,




445-6


1838,


"


117




654




tt


249.




474-5, 657




It


172

244




7

79




tt
tt


269.
427.




36




..246,260,


280-1, 285, 286-7




((


314 . . .466-7, 624


657


662, 693-4










292, 450, 453^






decisions .




467




It


428 .




406, 758-60


1839,




369 323, 401, 428, 544, 651

389 V68

305 355, 395

225 42, 675-6


1856,


tt
tt
tt
tt


-513.
546.
79.
108.
179.
183.




152






211






151


1841,




650


1849


130.. 145-9, 150, 1.53-5, 155-6, 159




519






211




"


135

57




114

2


1857,


tt


46.
456.




212


1843,




. . . 218, 306, 314




tt


199. iw




557




tt


536.




..236-7,238, 821


1844,


It


125




556




"


585.




274




It


326




522-3




*'


615.




662;




It


331

180,§1

§2

§4




....159-64

782

782

784


1858,


K


639.
103.
190.




678-81


1845




136, 672-S






475 7




decisions


477-80






§5

I 22




706

421




,,


327.
357.




228






252-3






§24




.33-4, 344


1859,


"


169.




55S






§26

§28


.381-


-2, 383, 423
.-.398, 649




tt
tt


254.
289.




406






576-7




It


1 31




262




tt

tt


312.
846.
360.


518, 643, 2£


7 8 328, 329, 831




280




541-3


115


1846,


189




562


7




'*


327




.228, 252




tt


386.




567-8


1847,


tt


197

210, §§4-8




.100, 103-4
700-2




tt
tt


390.
476.




440-3






10&






8 26




96


1860,


tt


12.

58.

274.




588




§83




703




356




§4S




..188, 304




548




'*


294


> . • .


..378, 406




tt


438.




374




((


455,§7


. . .


707


1861,


tt


83.




848






§9


. . . .


707




tt


215.




115






§ 14


....544-5, 650-1


1862,


tt


220.




618-4






§23




707-8




"


245.




344






I 24




...396, 545


1863,


tt


172.




356, 371




'*


476




525




tt


325.




: 77




It


480


> • • •


295-6




tt


404




424, 546-7




tt


498


.585


-6, 587, 703


1864,


tt


197.




75-6, 380-1


1848,


"


37


• • ■ .


214




tt


555,


title 2... 551-2, 152. 552. 516




«


136




566








3....


517




164




...468, 693


516, 453, 525, 657




u


176




598-9








14
4..15,


47 8 64 65, 69




259




...305, 699


19, 28, 29, 49, 50




'*


327




588










' ' ' ' 64


1S49,


!!


69




374








5....
6....


63




194.. 468-72, 631


547


-8, 596, 657


...54,55,66,57-8










663








7.58,


59, 60, 61, 62, 65






decisions




472-3










294, 295



Index.



859



List of Laws Cited aot) Quoted, etc. — Continued.



PAGE.

1865, chap. 34 403

" 110 409

" 453 234^6, 253

" 585 401-2

1866, " Y8 17

" 273 211, 394-0



1867,

1868,
1869,



1870,



1871, "



1872,



1873,



1874,



534.

761

832

361

697

744

774

575

599

110

855, §1...



66,



§4..
§5..



14
814
857
89
67
80

450

253

574

625

. .139, 480, 485, 667-8

481, 486, 694

............482, 694



.254-9, 482, 486, 537

SB 357,422,488, 487

§7 483, 487

§8 417,483, 488, 594

§9 484, 488

§10 484

decisions 485-8

907, §3 373



§4 559-60,

§5.



§r.



§9.
Sll.



1
291



713
715
715
715
716
716
716

§12 43,44, 716

917 301-2

go

107,' 617

300 709

325.-. 258, 757

506 655

552 43, 388, S45

115 626

537 387-8

712 151-2

859 569-70

888 317

17 655

143 891-2

458 791

518.. 784

587 403, 553-4

767 403

48 785

395 785-8

440 703

474 164

661 602

720 6,40, 388



722.
737.
833.
49.
173.
232.
253.
296.



769
181
,..414, 415

212

768

412

19

780

.403, 550-1



1874, chap. 410.
" 416.
" 421.



1875,



444..

446..
180 .
181.,
251.,
328..
421..
464 .
465..
482,- i



PAGE.

84, 389'

588

68, 373

6,' 102, 373," 392| 413, 601

789-91

......601-2, 603-8, 610-3

87, 358-9

554

488, 678

85



1876,



1877,



chap. 571 .
" 585.
" 606.
49.
135.
231.
485.
102.
172.



731

576

317

il, sub, 1 489, 500

2.... 489, 500, 550
688

3 490, 665

4.... 490, 502, 668
69&

5.... 491, 502, 695

6....491, 502, 668

7.... ....492, 664

8 492, 69&

9.... 492, 502, 671

696

10.... 493, 503, 697

11.... 493, 503, 698

12 493, 698-

13 279, 493

14 498

15 494, 598

16 494

17 494

18.... 494, 504, 581

19 495

20.... 104, 495, 504

21 495

22 495

23 496

24 496

25 496

26 496

27 496

28 497, 517

29 497, 504

30 497

34 497, 505

36 497, 519

37 497

2 401, 497, 505, 545-6

3 497, 505

4 498, 505

5 498

6 498

7, sub. 1....498, 506, 627

2 498, 506, 628

3.... 401, 498, 506
548

8 498, 506

678

86

J 706-6

329,330,831, 332

703-4

626

705

658

578



860



INDEX.



List of Laws Citkd and Quoted, etc. — Continued.



1877,
1878,

1379,
1830,



PAOB.

chap. 191 409

" 320 712

" 349 388,718-20

" 436 560-2,566-7

" 49 42, 279

75 710-2

" 107 35

" 122

" 203

212

219

377

31

250

275

307



1881



1882,



1883,



LEASE:



506

304

536

, 659

272

788

212

507

, 88, 754

355 400, 588

441



704

534 102, 405, 532-3, 534

9 67

21 102

56 150, 155, 156

91 288

142 149

175 507, 698

210 517,242, 260

336 474

347 615-7

366 150

460 177-8, 131

482 408

484 704

534 315

542 318-20

552.
554.
591.
166.
203.
226.
283.



433.

468..

469..

488..

522..

581..

659..

673.



213
876
... 584
... 50
... 538
... 394
.428-31
... 556
... 213
... 301
... 802
..691-2
... 732
. .745-8
...408
325



700 346, 682-91

€8 15

196 418, 551

317 508

389 411

409 207,811-4

79 431-4

122 782

130 87

215 408

299 114, 526-7, 528-30

317 405

342 216

346 42,608, 669-70



PAOE.

1883, chap, 392 198

' 483 135

1884, •' 21 576

" 163 443-5

" 210 141, 278

" 312 620

" 337 548-9

" 353 815

" 368 434-40

" 386 185

" 396 370

" 438 599-601

" 456 104

1885, " 32 280

" 140 566

" 160 509

" 201 232, 240-1

" 270 117-23, 373, 405

" 283 95, 96

" 34S 40',)

" 490 603

1886, " 173 509

" 278 733

" 280 191-2

" 306 638

" 315 216

" 316 34,45-6

" 326 127

" 344 277

" 355 417, 510, 594



362.
391.
401.
419.
429.
435.
449.



626

212

408

98

534

192

60

" 585 359, 862

" 644 100, 510

" 659 803, 655

" 679 315, 816

1887, " 403 142

" 479 820

" 525 511-2

" 526 691

" 592 63

" 603 127-30

" 655 366, 510, 594

" 699 315

" 706 392-4

" 711 410

" 713 562-3

1888, " 53 130

" 119 621

" 232 408

" 242 412

" 292 527-8

" 577 405,533, 534

1889, " 283 610

" 331 555

" 397 130

" 402 15, 40

" 466 69



of town or county buildings to Q. A. E. ,
how taxed. (See Ebnts.)



100



Index. 861

LEGISLATION: p^^^

by supervisors to be by resolution 448 460-3

committee on. (See Committee on Legislation.)

LEGISLATURE:

power of, to impose taxes i Igg

to determine taxable persons and property 186

decisions thereunder 186-7

to determine amount of tax for local improvements 186

to apportion tax , 186-7

not without limit 187

cannot authorize tax for private purpose 187

must be for public purpose 187

LEVY OF TAXES. (See Assessment and Collection of Taxes.)

LIBRARIES:

when exempt from taxation 307

free public, how established 791

LIBRARY MONEYS:

disbursing of 29

LIGHT-HOUSES:

exempt from taxation 213

LIST:

of assessors and collectors by town clerk 46

to be delivered to board of supervisors 46

of grand jurors 47, 514-6

form of list 47, 515

of corporations, etc., to be made 50

of trial jurors 109-16

of stockholders in banks 813

of railroad taxes and valuations 331, 655

of telegraph, telephone and electric light companies 655

Livingston county:

poor law 864-6

decisions relative to .■ 366-8

(See Poor.)

LOAN COMMISSIONER:

feesof 796

supervisor cannot be 5

accounts of, to be examined 534

report by supervisors as to 534

duties of supervisors as to 530-6

LOCAL SCHOOL FUND. (See School Fund.)

LUNATICS:

conveyance of 406, 588

to be cared for, by committee or friends 604

if not, to be reported to the superintendent of poor 604

and sent to asylum 604

at -whose expense 604^10

their estate liable for their support 607

MANDAMUS:

duty of board in '84

where no discretion vested in supervisors.. 388-9, 841, 345, 396, 449, 465

to correct equalization 330

to levy tax for salary 838-9, 455

contract 340,341-3,457,460, 505

to annul illegal item in claim 340



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where it lies, to vacate whole audit where illegal item in, cannot be

ascertained 340

to compel board to act on claim 340, 341, 342, 391, 465

to compel levy for bonds issued 844

amendment of informal claim 345, 350

board to act specifically on each item 345

setting aside fund for railroad sinking fund 347-9, 565

levy of claim rejected for informality 350

levy by subsequent board where prior board has neglected its

duty 353

meeting of board where it had adjourned without doing its duty. 353

successors of board to be convened therefor 353

levy for support of poor under Livingston county act 367

when not allowed •. . . 367

audit where no funds to pay 416

audit of expenses of district attorney 416-7

audit to refund taxes where town line in dispute and taxes twice

paid 473

levy and collection of State tax 257-8, 513

chairman to correct his decision 353, 486

auditors to audit and allow just and legal claim 338-43, 449

board to audit account of armorer as certified 539

even for Sunday work 529

audit of sheriffs account as jailer 578

to provide funds for orders superintendent poor 592

for services j urors 592

to compel city authorities to levy and collect the sum audited as

costs in equalization 332

to compel board to levy for damages appraised in laying out, etc.,

highways 708

for neglect of duty by supervisors 343, 455

by or against the board of health, when 123-81

against county canvassers and in election cases, when . .172-81

by judgment creditor when town divided 377, 472-3

to audit judgment, when 877-9, 472-3

to enforce act giving preference to veterans 621

■(See Elections; AtJDiTma op Accounts; Assessment and Collection of
Taxes; Eailhoad Aid Bonds; Poor.)
when it does not lie :

to enforce delivery of books and papers to successor of officer by . . . . 24
to compel officer to meet and account after his term of office has ex-
pired 363

but see 738

to direct how auditing board shall audit 340-1, 413

where claimant has accepted the amount audited 342

to compel board to re-examine a claim 343, 349, 350

to make judgment against highway commissioners a town charge
unless it was recovered upon a liability incurred within the

scope of their authority 377-9

nor for neglect of officer 377-9

to require board to levy and assess judgment upon a town where

town's territory has been divided 377, 472-3

to compel county treasurer to pay illegal claim 339, 340, 404, 465



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