The Highway Law, State of New York, and Public Works Law

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Page 126 - ... payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund in accordance with the provisions of sections one hundred and thirty and one hundred and thirty-one. The amount of interest due on such capital invested shall be paid over from the Railway and Harbour Fund into the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Page 117 - No driver of any carriage used for the purpose of conveying passengers for hire, shall leave the horses attached thereto, while passengers remain in the same, without first making such horses fast with a sufficient halter, rope or chain, or by placing the lines in the hands of some other person, so as to prevent their running; and if any such driver shall offend against the provisions of this section, he shall forfeit the sum of twenty dollars.
Page 46 - ... for the repair and improvement of highways, sluices, culverts and bridges having a span of less than five feet...
Page 107 - ... and to be filed and recorded in the office of the town clerk, who shall note the time of recording the same.
Page 29 - ... called for by said contracts, or to make any payment to said land owners, as a compensation for the construction of fences or for posts. The amount to be expended for the...
Page 82 - ... apply to the supreme court at a special term thereof, to be held in the judicial district in which...
Page 10 - Every such policeman shall, within fifteen days after receiving his commission, and before entering upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe the constitutional oath of office, and file it with his commission in the office of the secretary of state...
Page 65 - ... chapter seven hundred and eighteen of the laws of nineteen hundred and seven, and...
Page 124 - ... actions may be brought upon such causes in the same manner, under the same terms and conditions, and with the same effect as if...
Page 116 - State, for the conveyance of passengers, shall employ, or continue in employment, any person to drive such carriage who is addicted to drunkenness, or the excessive use of spirituous liquors...

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