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LAWS OF NEW YORK, 1927.

CHAPTER 412.

AN ACT reappropriating unexpended balances of former appropriations.

Became a law March 30, 1927, 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:

The following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, being the unexpended balances of former appropriations, are hereby reappropriated and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former appropriations:

PORT OF NEW YORK AUTHORITY.

By chapter 199 of the laws of 1926 (re. $5,726.74).

By chapter 7 of the laws of 1926 (re. $69,102.31).

By chapter 628 of the laws of 1926, for Hudson river bridge, surveys, etc. (re. $30,249.02).

By chapter 279 of the laws of 1926, for Kill von Kull bridge Staten Island, New York, to Bayonne, New Jersey (re. $32,959.49).

LAWS OF NEW JERSEY, 1927.

CHAPTER 332.

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "A Supplement to an act entitled 'An act to establish a commission to act jointly with a similar commission of the State of New York in the investigation of port conditions at the Port of New York, and to submit a comprehensive report recommending the proper policy that shall be pursued for the best interests of the entire Port of New York; and the legislation, State and Federal, that will be necessary to make such recommendations effective; and making an appropriation for the expenses of said commission,' and the several supplements thereto and amendments thereof."

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. That an act entitled "A Supplement to an act entitled 'An act to establish a commission to act jointly with a similar commission of the State of New York in the investigation of port conditions at the Port of New York, and to submit a comprehensive report recommending the proper policy that shall be pursued for the best. interests of the entire Port of New York; and the legislation, State and Federal, that will be necessary to make such recommendations effective; and making an appropriation for the expense of said commission,' and the several supplements thereto and amendments thereof,” approved March twenty-eighth, one thousand, nine hun

dred and twenty-seven, and also known as Chapter 137 of the Public Laws of New Jersey 1927, be and the same is hereby repealed.

2. This act shall take effect immediately.

Approved April 1st, 1927.

LAWS OF NEW JERSEY, 1927.

CHAPTER 333.

AN ACT Concerning the veto power of the Governor over any action of any Commissioner appointed from the State of New Jersey to the Port of New York Authority.

WHEREAS, it is provided by the act entitled "An Act to authorize a commission to enter into a compact or agreement with the State of New York for the development of the Port of New York," approved April seventh, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one, that "each State reserves the right hereafter to provide by law for the exercise of a veto power by the Governor thereof over any action of any commissioner appointed therefrom;" now, therefore, to effectuate such provisions:

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. The minutes of every meeting of the Port of New York Authority held under or within the purview of the act entitled "An Act to authorize a commission to enter

into a compact or agreement with the State of New York for the development of the Port of New York," approved April seventh, one thousand nine hundred and twentyone, shall be forthwith by, and under the certification of, the secretary thereof, be transmitted unto the Governor of the State of New Jersey at the Executive Chamber, State House, Trenton, and no action taken at such meeting by any commissioner appointed from the State of New Jersey shall have force or effect for a period of ten days after such minutes shall have been so transmitted and delivered.

2. The Governor, shall, within ten days after the said minutes shall have been delivered at the Executive Chamber as aforesaid, cause the same to be returned to . the Port of New York Authority either with or without his veto on any action therein recited as having been taken by any commissioner appointed from the State of New Jersey; provided, however, that if the Governor shall not return the said minutes within the said period, then any action therein recited shall have force and effect according to the wording thereof; and provided, further, this act shall not apply to such minutes of the Port of New York Authority as relate to the fixing of tolls of any bridge between the States of New York and New Jersey, authorized or to be authorized, by the Legislatures of those States.

3. If the Governor, within the said period returns the said minutes with a veto against the action of any commissioner from New Jersey recited therein, then such action of such commissioner shall be null and of no effect.

4. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith be and the same are hereby repealed.

5. This act shall take effect immediately.

Approved April 1st, 1927.

LAWS OF NEW YORK, 1927.

CHAPTER 577.

AN ACT appropriating one million dollars as and for the first annual installment which the state of New York has heretofore undertaken, by chapter seven hundred and sixty-one of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty-six, to make available in aid of the construction by the port of New York authority of a certain bridge across the Hudson river between Fort Lee and Fort Washington.

Became a law April 4, 1927, 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. The sum of one million dollars ($1,000,000) is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, as and for the first annual installment which the state of New York has agreed and undertaken, by chapter seven hundred and sixty-one of the laws of nineteen hundred and twenty

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