Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York

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F. P. Harper, 1862 - New York (N.Y.) - 95 pages
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Page 388 - For the use of a hackney coach or carriage, by tlie hour, with one or more passengers, with the privilege of going from place to place, and stopping as often as may be required, one dollar an hour.
Page 85 - Any willful and corrupt false swearing by any witness or person, to any material fact, in any necessary proceeding under the said orders, rules, and regulations, or under tbij act, shall be deemed perjury, and punished in the manner now prescribed by law for such offense.
Page 245 - ... examination, and the terms and conditions on which pupils shall be received and instructed therein...
Page 96 - ... shall be deposited and paid into the bank wherein the Treasurer of the Board of Metropolitan Police shall keep an account. The payments so made shall constitute and be deposited and kept as a fund, to be called the '* Police Life Insurance Fund...
Page 88 - District" for the detention of witnesses who are unable to furnish security for their appearance in criminal proceedings ; and such accommodations shall be in premises other than those employed for the confinement of persons charged with crime, fraud, or disorderly conduct. And it shall be the duty of all magistrates...
Page 736 - ... and for your so doing this shall be your warrant. Given under my" hand at the city of New Tork, 21th October, l748
Page 85 - Police shall have power to issue subpoenas, tested in the name of its president, to compel the attendance of witnesses upon any proceedings authorized by its rules and regulations. Each Commissioner of Police, the Superintendent of Police, and the Chief Clerk...
Page 31 - Annual and occasional appropriations shall be made by proper ordinances of the common council, for every branch and object of city expenditure, nor shall any money be drawn from the city treasury, except the same shall have been previously appropriated to the purpose for which it was drawn.
Page 82 - District, or shall continue to hold membership therein, who is not a citizen of the United States, or who has ever been convicted of crime, or who cannot understanding...
Page 86 - York and in every part of this state, all the common law and statutory powers of constables, except for the service of civil process, and any warrant for search or arrest, issued by any magistrate of this state, may be executed, in any part thereof, by any member of the police force...

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