Document, Volume 4

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The Board, 1838 - New York (N.Y.)
 

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Page 349 - To the Honorable the Common Council of the City of New York.
Page 606 - State be, and he is hereby, authorized to draw his warrant in favor of...
Page 72 - He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers, to harrass our people and eat out their substance.
Page 499 - Each of said officials shall, before entering on the duties of his office, take and subscribe an oath that he will faithfully execute the same, which said oath may be taken before the judge of said district or any United States district or circuit judge.
Page 63 - Jersey shall have the exclusive jurisdiction of and over the wharves, docks and improvements made and to be made on the shore of the said state, and of and over all vessels aground on said shore, or fastened to any such wharf or dock, except that the said vessels shall be subject to the quarantine or health laws, and laws in relation to passengers of the state of New York, which now exist or which may hereafter be passed.
Page 550 - ... hooks and ladders, and convey them to, or near, the place where such fire shall happen, unless otherwise directed by the Chief or other Engineer; and there, in conformity with the directions given by the Chief Engineer or other...
Page 558 - ... to remove, or cause to be removed and kept away from the vicinity of such fire, all idle and suspicious persons, and all persons not fit to be employed or not actually and usefully employed, in their judgment, in aiding the extinguishment of such fire or in the preservation of property in the vicinity thereof.
Page 497 - Milwaukee, and in, on, over and along such streets, highways, bridges, rivers and bayous in the present or future limits of the city of Milwaukee, as the common council of said city shall from time to time authorize and permit, in such manner and upon such terms and conditions, and with such rights and privileges as such common council may from time to time prescribe; but said corporation...
Page 572 - And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the master or commander of every ship or vessel bringing emigrant passengers to the United States to post a written or printed notice in the English, French, and German languages containing the provisions of the second section of this act in a conspicuous place on the forecastle, and in the several...
Page 73 - Section 16, of the laws and ordinances of the city of New York, it is enacted, that in all cases where the Mayor shall deem it expedient to commute for alien passengers arriving at this port, instead of requiring indemnity bonds, he is authorized to receive such sum, in lieu of such bonds, as he shall deem adequate, not lest than one dollar and not more than ten dollars, for each passenger.

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