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and in such manner as its by-laws shall prescribe; and repre sentatives so chosen by the alumni shall at all times constitute not less than one-third of the membership of such council.

The term of office of the members of such council shall be four years, provided, however, that at the first meeting of such council following May first, nineteen hundred and twenty, the length of the terms of office of its then members shall be determined by lot in such manner that thereafter the terms of one-fourth of all of such members shall expire annually by limitation.

Such council by appropriate by-laws, not in conflict herewith, shall provide for the selection of its members and for the filling of vacancies in its membership from time to time.

§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

Chap 272. AN ACT to authorize the canal board to compromise, settle and

adjust the claims and demands of the owners of dams which have been utilized by the state in the course of the construction of the improved canals in such a manner as to constitute the

same an essential part or portion of the improved canals. Became a law April 19, 1920, 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. Whenever the state in the course of the construction of the improved canals in the rivers or waterways of the state, for the purpose of obtaining a sufficient depth or supply of water for canal purposes, has utilized private dams theretofore lawfully constructed and maintained, in such a manner as to constitute the same an essential part or portion of the improved canals, the canal board may compromise, settle and adjust the claims and demands of the owners of any such dams on such terms and conditions, including the payment to the owners of any such dams of such sums of money as to it may seem just and proper, and, by contract or otherwise, make proper provision with respect to the ownership of and for the maintenance and upkeep of any such dams, provided, however, that it shall not sell, transfer or convey to any such owner any right, title or interest in or to the use of any part or portion of the water impounded by such dams.

§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

TABLES OF LAWS

AMENDED OR REPEALED.

STATEMENT OF OPTIONAL

CITY CHARTERS ADOPTED.

TABLE OF LEGALIZING ACTS.

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TABLES

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LAWS AMENDED OR REPEALED.

I. CHANGES IN THE CONSOLIDATED Laws, 1919, 1920.*

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AGRICULTURAL LAW:

(L. 1909, ch. 9, constituting cons. laws, ch. 1.) 30, subd. 9, added Term“ milk and cream”,

32 Prohibiting sale of adulterated milk, etc.
33 Milk and milk products..

33 Milk and milk products.
33a, added Skim milk or whey.

35a Fat tests, milk and cream
35a Fat tests, milk and cream

53 Use of substitutes in public institutions.
90-107 Diseases of domestic animals..
107, subd. 4 Compensation for killing tuberculous cattle.

108-114 Diseases of domestic animals..
Art. 5b (S$ 131-
139m), repealed Licensing of dogs..
Art. 5b (88 131-

139m), added Licensing of dogs..
132, 134, 139,

139b Licensing of dogs.
139c Licensing of dogs.

139d Licensing of dogs. 1397, 139h-139j Licensing of dogs.

140 Insecticides and fungicides. 141, repealed Certificate of commissioner of agriculture.

144 Definitions ..., Art. 7 (8$ 160

165), repealed Concentrated commercial feeding stuffs.
Art. 7 (88 160-
167), added Concentrated commercial feeding stuffs.
221, 222 Commercial fertilizers.

261 | Evaporated apples.. 262, subds. 2d,

4th, 5th Adulterated apples. . 262, subd. 5th, subd. (C) Adulterated apples ....

300 | Prevention of disease among bees..

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* It is important to notice that the following table for the consolidated laws gives the changes of 1919, as well as those of 1920. For ten year cumulative table of changes in the consolidated laws, 1909–1918, see p. 3 of tables of laws and codes amended or repealed published in the appendix to the laws of 1918.

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I. CHANGES IN THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS, 1919, 1920 — (Continued).

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24a, added Exercise of fiduciary powers by banks...
39a, added National banks acting in fiduciary capacity.
46 Publication of unclaimed deposits, dividends and

interest.
46 Publication of unclaimed deposits, dividends and

interest.
105 | Deposit of securities with superintendent of banks.
106, subd. 8,

added Banks as fiduciaries...

110 Branch offices of banks.
111 Restrictions on banks.
112 Reserves against deposits..
130 Examinations by directors into affairs of banks.

139 Restrictions on officers, directors and employees.
149, added Investment of public funds.
190, subd. 9,

repealed Trust companies; loans... 190, subd. 9, Trust companies; investments 190, subd. 10, renumbered

subd. 9 Trust companies; investments.
190, subd. 11, re-
numbered subd.

10 Trust companies; loans on liberty bonds.
197 Trust companies; reserves against deposits.
215 Examinations by directors into affairs of trust

companies..
222 Restrictions on officers, directors and employees.
238, subd. 5 Savings banks; power to borrow money.

239, subd. 6 Savings banks; investments. 239, subd. 7, 1 (i) Savings banks; investments. 239, subd. 7, new paragraph, added Savings banks; investment in bonds of railroads

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315

operated by United States..

1919

160

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