The State Department Reports of the State of New York, Volume 22, Issues 130-137

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J.B. Lyon Company, 1920 - Administrative courts
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Decisions of the Public Service Commissions, Board of Claims, and Education Department; opinions of the Attorney-General; rulings of the Secretary of State, Comptroller, State Engineer, Commissioner of Agriculture, Superintendent of Banks, Superintendent of Insurance, Civil Service Commission, Conservation Commission, Commissioner of Excise and State Tax Commissioners, etc., etc.; and messages of the Governor.
 

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Page 5 - That it shall be unlawful for any common carrier subject to the provisions of this Act to charge or receive any greater compensation in the aggregate for the transportation of passengers, or of like kind of property, for a shorter than for a longer distance over the same line or route in the same direction, the shorter being included within the longer distance...
Page 331 - No officer whose salary is fixed by the Constitution shall receive any additional compensation. Each of the other State officers named in the Constitution, shall, during his continuance in office, receive a compensation, to be fixed by law, which shall not be increased or diminished during the term for which he shall have been elected or appointed; nor shall he receive to his use any fees or perquisites of office or other compensation.
Page 152 - That woman's physical structure and the performance of maternal functions place her at a disadvantage in the struggle for subsistence is obvious.
Page 467 - No private or local bill, which may be passed by the Legislature, shall embrace more than one subject, and that shall be expressed in the title.
Page 143 - Neither is it a matter of any moment that no precedent can be found for a statute precisely like this. It is conceded that the business is one of recent origin, that its growth has been rapid, and that it is already of great importance. And it must also be conceded that it is a business in which the whole public has a direct and positive interest.
Page 144 - Under such circumstances, it is difficult to see why, if the common carrier, or the miller, or the ferryman, or the innkeeper, or the wharfinger, or the baker, or the cartman, or the hackney-coachman, pursues a public employment and exercises "a sort of public office," these plaintiffs in error do not.
Page 697 - Nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit the publication of statistics, so classified as to prevent the identification of particular reports or returns and the items thereof, or the inspection by the...
Page 366 - ... manufacturing and using electricity for producing light. heat or power, and in lighting streets, avenues, public parks and places, and public and private buildings of cities, villages and towns within this state...
Page 695 - ... of which inures to the benefit of any private stockholder or individual, to an amount not in excess of fifteen per centum of the taxpayer's taxable net income as computed without the benefit of this paragraph.
Page 700 - ... upon being incapacitated for performing manual labor, shall be retired from his employment by the state of New York and the several cities and counties thereof, and thereafter and during his life the state department or institution and the several cities and counties which employed him at the time of his retirement shall pay to him in the same manner that the salary or wages of his former position were customarily paid to him an annual sum equal in amount to one-half the salary or wages paid...

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