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Entered according to act of Congress in the year one thousand nine hundred

and twenty, BY FRANCIS M. HUGO, SECRETARY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, In trust for the People of the said State in the office of the Librarian of Congress,

at Washington, D. C.

N Y P. L.
JULY 1932
327048

INDEX

State Officials, lai.

THE LEGISLATURE
Senators, lxxiii.
Members of Assembly, lxxv.

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGES
Annual message, transmitted to the Legislature, January 7, 1920,

599.

Proclamation by the Governor relative to Law and Order Sunday,
734.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

FIRST DISTRICT
New York and North Shore Traction Company, In the matter
of the proposed discontinuance of service by, i.

Street railways zones established and maximum fares fixed.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

SECOND DISTRICT
American Railway Express Company, In the matter of the complaint

of the Victor Board of Trade against, as to abandonment of
express service on Lehigh Valley Railroad at Victor, Ontario
county, 211.

Discontinuance of the position of express agent in a small
village when not permitted. An express company claims to
have discontinued the position of express agent in a small
village in the interest of efficiency and economy. This action
has resulted, however, in forcing shippers to use a longer route
and necessitates a transfer involving delay.

The expenses
saved to the company is inappreciable. The real question
involved is whether commissions upon the express business at
that point shall be paid to one man or divided between two
men or whether express rates shall be paid to one railroad
or shall be divided between two railroads. Held, that under
the circumstances shown the agency in question shall be re-
established by the express company. Ordered accordingly,

Batavia Chamber of Commerce, In the matter of the complaint of,

against United States Railroad Administration, Lehigh Valley
Railroad Company and New York Central Railroad, asking that

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