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domestic relations, constituting chapter fourteen of the consoli-
§ 81. Appointment of guardians by parent. A married
$ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
L. 1909, ch. 16, § 232, subd. 16 a mended
AN ACT to amend the county law, in relation to the salary of the county
judge and surrogate of Franklin county.
three-fifths being present.
Section 1. Subdivision sixteen of section two hundred and thirty-
§ 3. This act shall take effect immediately.
Salary provided, in effect when.
hundred and ninety-three, entitled “An act to incorporate the New York
mission stations may be established and maintained.
three-fifths being present.
Section 1. Section one of chapter four hundred and ten of the L. 1893, laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, entitled "An act to chi 410, incorporate the New York City Baptist Mission Society, and to amended. authorize the transfer of property to it by the Southern New York Baptist Association and the American Baptist Home Mission Society,"
as amended by chapter three hundred and four of the laws of nineteen hundred and twelve, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
Section 1. James A. Bennett, Albert S. Bickmore, William C. CorpoBitting, Joseph Brokaw, John J. Brouner, John L. Campbell, Ed. Fators. ward S. Clinch, Charles L. Colby, Robert G. Cornell, Miner R. Deming, Frank Dickerson, Thomas Dixon, jr., William H. P. Faunce, Frederick T. Gates, W. Warren Giles, Richard Hartley, Edwin S. Holloway, William M. Isaacs, Edward Judson, Lewis C. King, David C. Link, Frank Littlefield, Robert S. MacArthur, Edgar L. Marston, Hugh Porter, Andrew J. Robinson, Henry M. Sanders, John P. Townsend, Walter M. Walker, Samuel P. White, Daniel W. Wisher, and all such persons as now are, or hereafter may become members of the New York City Baptist Mission Society, formed in the city of New York, in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, are hereby constituted a body corporate, by the name of the New York City Baptist Mission Society, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining mission stations, providing gospel preaching, prosecuting charitable, benevolent and mission work, in the counties of New York, Richmond, Bronx and Westchester and erecting and assisting in the erection of such buildings as may be necessary for such purposes.
§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
Dame and purposes.
1 Remainder of section formerly read: “and Richmond, and in that part of Westchester county which lies south of the northerly boundary line of the towns of Greenburgh, White Plains, and Harrison, and erecting and assisting in the erection of such buildings as may be necessary for such purposes."
AN ACT authorizing the transfer of lands of the Oakland cemetery situated
in the city of Yonkers, Westchester county, New York, to the county of
Westchester, for park purposes.
three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. The Oakland cemetery in the city of Yonkers, Westchester county, New York, is hereby authorized to convey the fee of and the county of Westchester, acting through the Westchester county park commission, is hereby authorized to purchase and acquire by one or more conveyances and hold and use for the pur. poses of the park commission, or any of the purposes described in the act creating said park commission and acts amendatory thereto
and supplemental thereto, the fee of all or any portion of the lands Description of the said Oakland cemetery bounded and described as follows:
All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the city of Yonkers, county of Westchester and state of New York, known and distinguished as parcel three of sheet four of the Westchester county park commission maps of the Tibbetts Brook parkway entitled: “Map showing lands to be acquired by Westchester county park commission between Yonkers avenue and Palmer avenue in the city of Yonkers, Westchester county, New York,” being more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the northerly line of Yonkers avenue distant westerly along said northerly line of Yonkers avenue about one hundred and fifty-two feet from its intersection with the westerly line of Queen's drive, said point lying in the division line between lands now or formerly of one Van Veen and the lands of the Oakland Cemetery Association herein described ; thence from said point of beginning and following said northerly line of Yonkers avenue westerly on a curve with radius of six hundred and ten and fifty one-hundredths feet turning southerly one hundred twenty-nine and seventy-six one-hundredths feet; thence still following said northerly line of Yonkers avenue north seventyseven degrees fifty-seven minutes thirty-nine seconds west one hundred seventy-six and seventy-six one-hundredths feet to other lands now or formerly of the Oakland Cemetery Association; thence along said other lands of said association the following courses and distances : North fifteen degrees eighteen minutes twenty seconds east five hundred ninety-nine and one one-hundredth feet; north thirty-four degrees forty-four minutes twentythree seconds east thirteen hundred twenty-three and eighty-five one-hundredths feet; thence still along said other lands of the Oakland Cemetery Association · north eleven degrees fifty-seven minutes twenty-three seconds east two hundred ninety-three and ninety one-hundredths feet to lands now or formerly of the Valley Farms Company; thence along said company's lands, being parcel one of aforesaid sheet four, the following courses and distances : South seventy-nine degrees nine minutes forty-seven seconds east two hundred ninety-three and thirty-nine one-hundredths feet; south twentv-four degrees fifty-five minutes forty-five seconds west five hundred fifty-nine and eighty-three one-hundredths feet; south thirty-five degrees twenty-seven minutes fifty-four seconds west three hundred five and thirty-three one-hundredths feet; south twenty degrees thirty-three minutes west three hundred ninety-one and thirty-three one-hundredths feet; south thirty-nine degrees sixteen minutes twenty-seven seconds east forty-nine and seventy-four one-hundredths feet; south twenty-nine degrees thirty minutes thirty-three seconds west eighty-three and two one-hundredths feet; south fifty-three degrees thirty-four minutes thirtythree seconds west twenty-three and eighty-five one-hundredths feet; south twelve degrees eleven minutes three seconds west thirty-four and thirty-seven one-hundredths feet; south thirty-six degrees fifty-three minutes thirteen seconds west sixty and fortyfour one-hundredths feet; south four degrees twenty-four minutes twenty-three seconds west thirty-nine and fifty-six one-hundredths feet; south twenty-three degrees forty-three minutes fifty-three seconds west fifty-four and eight one-hundredths feet; south fiftyfour degrees six minutes west ninety and eighty-one one-hundredths feet; south eighteen degrees forty-four minutes fifty-three seconds west ninety-seven and twenty-six one-hundredths feet; south five degrees one minute twenty-three seconds west fifty-four and thirty-four one-hundredths feet; south seventy-two degrees thirteen minutes twenty-seven seconds east fifteen feet; thence still along said company's lands south fourteen degrees fifty-eight minutes thirteen seconds west one hundred fifty-seven and eighteen one-hundredths feet to lands now or formerly of one Mott; thence along said Mott's lands, being parcel fourteen of aforesaid sheet four, south thirty-two degrees forty-seven minutes forty-one seconds west one hundred seven and twenty-one one-hundredths feet; thence partly still along said Mott's lands and partly along lands now or formerly of one Mayer, being parcel twenty-three of aforesaid sheet four, south seventeen degrees thirty-seven minutes thirty-one seconds west fifty and thirty-three one-hundredths feet; thence partly still along said Mayer's lands and partly along lands now or formerly of said Van Veen, being parcel twenty-four of aforesaid sheet four, south twenty-six degrees fifty-four minutes twenty-one seconds west seventy-one and seventy-nine one-hun. dredths feet; thence still along said Van Veen's lands north eightythree degrees eight minutes nineteen seconds west thirty feet; thence still along said Van Veen's lands south eighty-seven degrees seventeen minutes forty-one seconds west forty-six and seventy one-hundredths feet to the said northerly line of Yonkers avenue at the point or place of beginning. Containing in all an area of sixteen and five-tenths acres.
Also a strip of land seventy-five (75) feet in width and approximately two hundred and seventy-five (275) feet in length lying along the northerly side of Yonkers avenue between the westerly boundary of the above described parcel three sheet four, and the easterly side of Ashburton avenue.
§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
L. 1884, ch. 233, $ 2 amended,
eighteen hundred and eighty-four, entitled "An act providing for the
of said coroner.1 Became a law March 3, 1925, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,
three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. Section two of chapter two hundred and thirty-three of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-four, entitled “An act providing for the election and compensation of a coroner in the county of Onondaga, and for post-mortem examinations in coroners' cases in said county,” as last amended by chapter sixty-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, is hereby amended to read as follows:
8 2. Said coroner shall receive such salary and compensation as pensation may be fixed from time to time by the board of supervisors of said
county to be audited and paid in the same manner as that of other county officers, which salary and compensation shall be in lieu of all fees and allowances now provided by law. He shall receive no other or additional fees or compensation for any duty or service which may now or hereafter be required by law to be performed by coroners, except when acting as, or in the place of, the sheriff of said county. Said coroner shall keep his office in a building in the city of Syracuse, provided by said county.
§ 2. Section three of said act, as last amended by chapter three hundred and forty-one of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninetythree, is hereby amended to read as follows:
$ 3. The board of supervisors of said county shall prescribe the duties of, and annually elect one coroner's physician who shall hold office for one year from the first day of January next succeeding his election and until his successor shall be appointed. Such physician shall be a regularly educated physician engaged in the actual practice of medicine in said county. The coroner may
appoint and at pleasure remove a necrotomist, clerk and such other ployees.
employees and assistants as may be authorized by the board of Absence or supervisors. In case of the absence or disability of the coroner, disability
or a vacancy in the office, said necrotomist shall act as coroner, have all the powers of such office and discharge the duties of the office of coroner until the coroner returns or his disability ceases
§ 3 amended.
Necrotomist and other em
1 The amendments effected by this act are so numerous and extensive that it is not practicable to indicate the changes made.