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L 1568

MAY 26 1930

Notice there

of.

Sales how

to be made.

sale in pursuance of the second section of the act hereby amended, to any time not exceeding fifteen months from the day specified in any such advertisement.

S2. All sales which shall be postponed or suspended by virtue of this act, shall be made without further advertisement other than a general notice of such postponement, to be pub"lished in two or more of the public newspapers in the city of New-York, at least once a week until the time of sale; and such sales, when made, shall be as valid and effectual as if the same had taken place at the time for that purpose first advertised.

S3. All sales of lands and tenements for assessments under and by whom and by virtue of this act, or of the act hereby amended, may hereafter be conducted by the street commissioner of the city of New-York, or by his assistant or deputy; and all such sales for taxes may hereafter be conducted by the comptroller of the said city, or by his assistant or deputy; and it shall not be necessary to employ a public auctioneer for any such sales.

Payments.

Act when to take effect.

Terms.

How long continued.

$ 4. All advertisements hereafter to he published prior to any sale of lands and tenements for taxes or assessments, in pursuance of the provisions of the second section of the act hereby amended, shall require the owner of such lands and tenements to pay the amount of such tax or assessment, with interest and charges, as specified in the said act, to such person or persons, to be named in such advertisements, as may be appointed by the common council to collect the same, instead of the treasurer or chamberlain of the said city, as by the said act hereby amended is directed.

$5. The provisions of this act shall be in force and take effect from and immediately after the passing thereof.

CHAP. 3.

AN ACT relative to the Courts of Common Pleas and
General Sessions in and for the County of Columbia.

Passed January 13, 1830.

The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

$1. The courts of common pleas and general sessions in and for the county of Columbia, shall hereafter be held on the third Monday in February, June and November in each year.

$ 2. Each term of the said courts of common pleas and general sessions, may be continued and held from the commencement thereof, until and including the second Saturday after the commencement of each term ; but no process issuing

out of the said courts, except subpoenas and attachments, shall be tested and made returnable in the second week of the said terms.

$3. All writs, summons, recognizances, and other pro- Writs, &c. ceedings in the said courts of common pleas and general sessions of the said county of Columbia, made returnable on the third Monday of January one thousand eight hundred and thirty, or on any other day during the first week of the January term as heretofore established, shall be considered as returnable on the third Monday of February one thousand eight hundred and thirty; and that all adjournments, appearances, continuances, and notices of any proceedings in said courts respectively, shall be held and taken to be made to and for the third Monday of February one thousand eight hundred and thirty, agreeably to the alteration made by this act.

S4. The jury already drawn for the next January term of Jury. said courts, hereby abolished, shall officiate as the jury for the next February term hereby created.

S5. The thirteenth subdivision of section twenty of the fifth title, chapter first, of the third part of the Revised Statutes, is hereby repealed; and this act shall be in force and take effect immediately upon the passage thereof.

Repeal.

CHAP. 4.

AN ACT authorising the appointment of a Supreme Court Commissioner, to reside in the Village of Binghamton, in the County of Broome.

Passed January 13, 1830. The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

S 1. There shall be appointed, in the manner now prescribed by law, a supreme court commissioner, who shall reside in the village of Binghamton, in the county of Broome, and who shall possess the powers of a supreme court commissioner, as defined and limited in the second article of the third chapter of the third part of the Revised Statutes.

Circuit and

oyer and terminer.

Common pleas, &c.

Repeal.

Writs.

Act when to take effect.

CHAP. 5.

AN ACT relative to the Circuit and Court of Oyer and
Terminer, and the County Courts of the County of
Onondaga.

Passed January 15, 1830.

The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

S1. The next circuit court and court of oyer and terminer and jail delivery, in and for the county of Onondaga, shall be held on the third Monday of April next, at the court-house in said county, instead of the first Monday of February next, as appointed by the circuit judge of the seventh circuit.

S 2. The courts of common pleas and general sessions in that county, shall hereafter be held on the fourth Mondays of February, May and September, instead of the times now prescribed by law.

$3. Subdivision thirty-eight of section twentieth of title sixth of chapter one of the third part of the Revised Statutes, and also the act entitled "An act relative to the county courts of the county of Onondaga," passed March 28th, 1829, are hereby repealed.

$ 4. No writ or process issued out of said court of common pleas, shall be deemed void or invalid on account of being returnable on the fourth Monday of February next.

S5. This act shall be in force and take effect immediately upon the passage thereof.

Clerk may make altera

CHAP. 6.

AN ACT concerning the Supreme Court Clerk's Office in the Town of Utica.

Passed January 16, 1830.

The People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

$1. Thomas H. Hubbard, the clerk of the supreme court, tions. residing in the town of Utica, is authorised and directed to make such alterations and repairs in the clerk's office at Utica, as he may deem necessary and proper to the convenient internal arrangement of said office; and shall procure such new paper-cases as may be necessary for the safe keeping of papers on file in said office; and the said clerk may also cause a small wood-house to be erected in rear of said office.

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