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OF THE SEVERAL CHAPTERS, TITLES AND ARTICLES EMBRACED IN THIS
EDITION OF THE REVISED STATUTES, WHICH CONTAINS THE SAID
AS IN FORCE FEBRUARY 1, 1889,
EXCEPT THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, THE CODE OF CRIMINAL
(MEMORANDUM.-The analysis of the Revised Statutes, as originally enacted, is preserved in the fol.
Articles of confederation of the United States of America, and the accept-
Index to the Constitution of the State of New York, as in force January 1,
An act concerning the territorial limits and divisions, the civil polity,
61% of the boundaries of the State and its territorial jurisdiction..... 127
96 Title I.-Of the number, location, and classification of the public
officers of the State......
Title IV.-Of judicial officers.....
Division 1.—The general election law (L. 1842, Chap. 130].............
holding them, and the persons by whom held..... 411
Article 1.-Of the notices to be given by the secretary of State .....
Title 4.-Of the manner of conducting elections..
Article 1.-Of the board of county canvassers, and their procedings..
ing of the State canvassers ......
Title 1.-Of the apportionment of the members of the legislature. 464
Title 64.-0f the public printing.........
163 Title 1.-Of the governor, lieutenant-governor, or other person
administering the government of the State........... 495
Title 84.—Of the superintendent of State prisons; the su-
perintendent of public works; and the inspector
of public works ; and their powers and duties. 535
and the administration thereof..
193 Title II.—Of the canal fund, and the administration thereof.
Title 44.—Of the United States deposit fund...
or more funds, to State loans, and to other mat-
ters connected with State finances.....
the payment of charges thereon..
Article 6.-Of the duties of the commissioners of the land-office, in re-
duties; and regulations for the preservation of
Title VII.—Of the public buildings and erections...
Title 84.–Of other libraries belonging to the State.... 679
(Acts relating to the salt springs]