LAW* or MEW YO«R~ty AwWiwrltir. kAWS OP NEW YORK—By Aothan
CHAT. 521. j
Alt AfTt te provide for the puhlle aafety. i peace and gewid orcfef Recame s la* Mnv It, Ithl, with fht approysl of the Oovernor. Pnssed, three- Sfths being preaent.
The People of the Rtnte of New York, represented In Senate and Assembly, di enact aa follows:
flection I The excise commissioner, with (he aprovnl of the gorerhof. when. aver In his opinion the public peace, safe¬ ty and good order may recpilre. and on the application of the mayor of a eltrait the town bdard of a town. mny. diirl^t " the present war. Suspend the privilege j under liquor tax rerdfleatea heteta|kiri or hereafter Issued and prohibit thesnil of alcoholic beverages for sueh periol or periods and during auch days or pirt I of daya In such part of such city or town as he may deem proper In proximity it campa or bnrracks of atate or federni troops or of munition factories or plant* or nt places of man'ifnctiire or product |eei of material used In ths manufacture of munlllnns, and order the closing eif placet within auch limits In which the anle of aueh beverages has heen heretofore of may he herenfier niifhorl5:ed by Inw lit Wiav also prescribe that the aale of alco¬ holic beverages, If snv. within such llmlli ahnll be exelnslvely to be drunk upon ths premises
I 1 Thla aet shsll take effect Immedl- ' ately.
Btnte of New York, Offlco of tho Secre¬ tary of Stnte, ss:
I hatre compfired the pree-edIng with the original law on flie In this offlce, and do hereby certify that the same Is a correct tranacrlpt therefrom and of tho whole of aald original law.
FRANCIS M HUC.O
Sec-retnry of State
LAWS OF NEW YORK—By Authority.
.AN ACT to amend tho generni business
law. In relation to city sealers.
Became a law Mny IG. I!il7, with the approval of the (JoVernor. Pa.s.sed, three- fifths being presenti
The People of tho Stnto of New York, ropresentecl In Senate and Assembly, dc enact na follows:
Section 1, Section fourteen of chnplef twenty-flve of the laws of nineteen hun¬ dred and nine, entitled 'Au act relatiu,' to general business, e-ons(itii(liig cihapter twenty of thn consolidated laws." as re¬ numbered and amendeil by chapter omi hundred and eighty-Heven / FRANCTS M. HT'OO.
Secretary of Stale
LAWS OF NEW YORK-By Authority.
e CHAP. :,2G. AN ACT to amend tho tax Uw, In rela¬ tion to lien of mortgage and redernptiun
by mortgagee from tax sale.
Became a law May 17, 1917. with llin appioval of tho Governor. Passed, ihree- fifllis being present.
The People of Ihe State of Now York, represented In Senate and Aasembly, du etiact as follows:
Section 1. Sedions one hundred an'l thirty-eight and one hundred nnd thirty- nine of chapter sixly-two of the law.i ef nineteen hundred and nine, entitled ¦•.\ii act in roladon to laxutinn, const ilui in;,' chapter filxly of tho ccinsolidated laws." nro hereby amended to road, respoclively. as follows:
J 13S. Lien of mortgage not affected by tax sale. The Ilen of a mortgage, dii'y rccgrdid or registered at the time ot th.- sale .of any lands for nonpayment of any tax or nssessment thereon, shall not I'O destroyed, or In nny manner affected, ex¬ cept ns provided In thl.s section. The piii clinscr nt uny such aale shall give to the mortgagee a written notice of such s:il • within two years from the expiralion uf the year allowed to redeem, reejulrlng him to pay the amount of purc'hase-niniie'. with interest at the rate allnwcHl by l;iw In case of redemption by occupants, with¬ in six months* after giving the noiic Such notice may be given either persciie ally or In the manner required by law ia respect lo notlcci of nonae-ceplance ur nonpayment of notes or liHIs of exchange, and a notarial cerllticale thereof ahnll he presumptive evidence of thei fuel that rnay be recorded in (ho county in whlcli ih.' mortgage was recorded. In the same man ner and with the same effei-t na a deed or cither evidence of title ot real property
i 189. Redemption by mnrtgngiH' befun' notica. The holder of any mortgage whi !i Is duly recorded ul the time of Iherfcii:'. may, at any time after the .sale of all nr any purt of the niort|?aged pi'i-ml.s.s fur unpaid tuxes, und beia Hi'- premises so aold, or nny pnrt thereof fnuii auch sule. The redeniption shall Ihi in uu- by fliing with (he comptroller a written cb- Bcripllon of his mortgage, and by puyhi : to the st.ite treusuri-r, upon the corlili- cato of tho comptroller, for the use of th'- purchaser, his heirs or nsslgns, If such re¬ demption Is made within one year from the liiat dav of the sale, the sum men¬ tioned 111 his eertillcate. with Interesl at the rate allowed by law In case of
AN ACT to amend the state fir.noe* lai.
fn relation to the cnpltnl fund of t; i
state reservation at aa$atoga Sprb.e
and certain moneys received hy the sm. i
«7ommlss1on for the blind.
Became a Inw M.ay IS. 1917. with thit arr»r»>val of fhe Oovernor Passed, three flfti'S beltig present,
Ths People of the State of New York, represented Irf Sennte nnd Aasembly, do ennct as follows:
Section I Section thirty-seven of chaii¬ ter flfty-elght of the Uws of nineteen hun¬ dred nnd nitre. entlHed "An act In re! - tlcn to stflte flnance. constituting chnpli-r flfty-alx of the consolidated Inws.' at amended by ch.ipter four hundred nml forty nf fhe Inws of nineteen hundred nn I ten, chnpter two.hiftidred and sixty-lwo nf the lawa of nineteen hundred anel fw. lv . chapter two hundred and sixteen of llii Inws of nineteen hundred, and flfteen nn.l rhapter two himdred and twonty-threo of the laws of nineteen hunelred and alxtenei. Is hereby nmended tn read aa follows:
I 37 Payments to stnte treaaurer. Afle,- this section as nmende-d takes effect every state oftlcer, employee, honrd, department or commission rwelvlng money for or mi b»>hair of the tintt, from fees, penallles. rosl.-«, flnes. sales of property or otherwi.'ee. shall on the flfth day of each month pay • to the stnte treasurer alt such money re¬ ceived during the prereding month and em the snme dny flie n detnlled. verlfled state¬ ment of such receipts with the comptroller. who shall keep nn account thereof In his ofTtce This section shall not npply to thn mnniifactiirlng fund of the state priaon.n known as the cnpital fund, nor to the re¬ ceipts of the manufacturing departmenil ' of the stnte hospitals for the In.sane. n.,r to the convict depcislt nnd mlscdlnnemii e.-irnlng fund of Ihe state prisons, nor in tho working cnpltnl fund of the stnte cotti- mlssion for the blind, nor to moneys re¬ ceived by such commission by gift or he- finest, nor to the cnpltnl fund of the st n i reservation at Saratoga Springs. This si i - tlon. ns nmended, Bhall be deemed to su¬ persede nny othor provlsinn of this rhnp- ler or of nny other generni or special law . Inconsistent therewitli.
S 2. This set shall take effect .fuly "flrst, nineteen hundred nnd seveiiteen. Stnte of New York, Oflice of the Secre- t.ary of Stnto. ss:
I havo compared the preceding with the original law on flio In this eilllce. ainl do hereby certify Ihat the same Is n corre. t t,ranscrlpt therefrom and of the whole of said original law.
FRANCIS M HUOO.
Secretary of Stnte.
LAWS OF NEW YORK—By Authority. CHAP, ido
AN Af'T to nmend the county law. in r. f- er-ene-oard nf siiiiei- ylsors then^of All expenditures incurreil i by the slate commissioner of health fir : and In connection wilh the locatioh. con slruc-tlon and operation of such hiL-Tiltal. shall be a charge upon the county, i^ml provision shall he mnde for the payment therefor by the board of sirpervlanrs nt sue-h county In th.e same m.tnner as In th? case of other charges againat the county. At any time after such hospital has bee;i In apcrallon. the board of supervi.sors Iii Buch counly may appoint a ho:iril of man¬ agers fur such hospital, pursuant to Hid provisions of this acl and thirty days aftei the appointment of such boarel of manag ers hy such board of siipervlsnrs. sin t hospital shall be transferred to such Ihkuc ot managers, and such board of managei . shall thereafter possess nnel exercise a'. the powers of the board of managers nf a eniiiity hospital for tuberculosis umler Ihi^ net. and the state eomml.ssioner of heaiili shall be relieved from nny responslhllliy therefor excepl such responsibility as Im exercises In regarel to all e'Ounty tiilier- cilb-isis hospitals under the provisions d this act. When deemed advisable bv the board o'
demptlon by occupants from the date nt supervi.sors nnd appmved by the state com the tax sale certlflcate, and If such re missioner of health, any such county ma demptlon Is made after the cxplrutinn ef maintain more thun one county hospital f.
such yeur the said sum with thirty- and one-half por centum thereon, and the ., amount paid for the deed, together wlili any taxes which the purchaser or his as- slgiia Bhall have paid thereon aubseqiienl to tie tax sale. 'I'ho holder of such nmri- gage shull have a lien upon the premi
the e-aro and ti-eatment of persona suffering from tuberculosis Estnbllshment of chiuc- ty hospital for tuberculosis. The board of supervisors of uny other county shall have power by a majority vote to establish ii county hospitul for the cnre and treatmeni of personB suffering from the cllBiust
redeemed for the amount ao paid Willi In- hnown as tuberculosis; or It may suhiuit
tereat from tho time of payment. In Ilki' the questinn of esluhllshlng such a hos-
manner us If It hud l>een Included In the pital to the votera of ihe county at any
mortgage, t'rovlded. tiowever, that tlie general election, and In any county In
notice required to bo given undor this ami which town meetlnga at which all tho vol^
the lasl preceding aeetlon Hhull be dlrectnl era 6t the county may vote are held In th#
only to such persons as shall within tw.i spring of the year, the board of aupor
yeara from the time of auch aale, flie In viaors of auch a county shall Iwive au^
the offlce of the comptroller a notice, stat¬ ing the names of the mortgager and mort¬ gagee, the date of tho mortgage, and Ih,/ amount claimed to t>e due thereon, und the counly. town and tract in which the nmrlr gaged premises are situated, with the number of the lot on which anid morl- gage la claimed to t>« a Ilen. with ih.' name of the peraon or persons c'almlmr notice, their residence, and the poAnlllei' to which auch nulico ahall be addressed
I I. This act shall Uke effect lmmed||itoly State of New Tork. Ofllco of tho Secre
tary of SUte. aa:
thority alao to aubmit the 'lueation of es |abllshlng auch •« hospital at aald town meetlnga to the electora of the counlv who are quallfled to vole nt a generni elec¬ tion. The board of supervisors shall flx the sum of money deemed necessary fc/ the establishment of said hospital. 1'>.< form of the proposition submitted slinll read as followa; "Shall the county oi
appropriate the sum of
dollars for the establishment of a tuber culosls. hospltalT" The clerk of the tioare) of supervisora. Immediately upon the adop¬ tion of auch resolution, ahall forward iv
I have coihpared the preceding with the the duly oonatltuled election authorities ul
original law or. flie In this offlca. and do at the proposition will t>a voted upor
rRANC*IS M HTTOO aad In tho fom set forth abova. Suet
>acrataty af SUta propoaitlon ahall bo subsalttad ea a di*
1 tlnct and aeparate bnllot without nny eth-
' er question being printed thereon, any genrral or speclnl law to the contrary notwithstanding Provision for taking aueh rote and for Vie canvasslnig nnd renirniiig of the ri»sult shall IH^ made by the duly
I constituted election authorities
I If a majority of the voters voting on anch proposition shnll vote In favor there¬ of then such h rspiliill shnil be» estnbNshid hereunder and the sum of money n.amed in the said prnpnsldon shall be deemed ap- p'ciprlated. and It shall he the duty of the board of supervi.sors to proceed forthwith
j 111 exercise the powera and authority con¬ ferred upon It In (his section.
j When tbe bnard of Bupervlsors of any county ahnll hnve voted t-< establish such
j hospitnl, or whin n refereii.him on th"
'. proposition of estnhllshing aurh a hospital In a county, as authorized nbove, shall hnve been carried, the board of super visors shall:
1. Purrhaae or lense renl property there- [ tor, or acquire such real property, and j m.seTnetits I herein, by condemnation pro¬ ceedings. In the manner pi'esrrlbed by the condeiniinllon law. In any town, clly or village In tho county After the iiresentn tlon of the petition In such proceeding prescribed in section three thousand three hunelred and sixty of the code of d-.-il pro¬ cedure and the HMng of Iho nntlce of pen¬ dency of nctinn prescribed In secdnn thici thons.tnd three bundred and eighty-one thereof, snid bonrd of supervisors shall be nnd become selr.cd of th whole or such part of tho real properly described In siid petition to be so acquired for cnrrying luli
I effect the provisions of this act, ns such lioard may. bv resolution adopted nt a ' regular or sprdnl session, determine to b- j necessary feir the Immedlntc use, and such i board for and In Ihe name of such countv mny enter upon, occ-upy nnrl use such real profiert.v so described nnd required fur such purposes Such resohitlon shnll con tain n description of the real property of which possession Is to he taken and the day npem which possession will he taken Rsid board of supervisors shall cnuse n copy etf such re.-iolullon tn be flled In th- , ciuinty clerks oflice of the oounty In whbh I such profierfy Is situate, and notice of tie I ndciptlon thereof, with a copy of thn re.-o lutinn and of its Infcntlnn to tnke pes ; session of the premises therein descrilud on a day eertain, also therein named, ti be served, cither personally or by miP ; upnn the owner or owners of, anel person--- Interested In such renl propert.v. at 1 i.'^i I flve day-e prior to the day tlxe.'d In sucli ' resniiillon fnr liking pnssession. Pmrn j th'i time of the service of such notice, die I entry upon nnd :ip)irnprlatlOn hy the coun¬ ty of the- real iirnperty the-rein de."cril"-.i for the Iiiirposes prnvided for hy tnis a'f shall he deeineil complete, and such notic- .so perved shall be condu.'^Ive evidence of siie-h eritrv ami appreiprlullon nnd of Ih c|inffftlty and biiiiinlarles of the lands np- ' propria ted I'he board of siipervlscr.s mac- i cauae a diipiicale copy of j^uch papers sn served, with nn atlidavit of due service ! thereof on siicli owner or person interesi- i ed. to he recorded In the books used f'lr ' recording decils In the ofTlce of the county ' clerk of Its counly. and the record of such j police .•mil sueh proof of ae'rvlce sh.ill be prlm.'X fade evidence of the- due servic : theioof. Ceirniiensntinn for piroperty thus .iii|illri-d shall be made In such condemna- I Hon proe^eediiiK.
2. Erect nil necessary buildings nnd alter ; any huihllngs, on Ihe-properly when nc
, quired for the use of said hospitul, pro¬ vleled that (he locndon of the bullillni;'-^ and tho pl.aiis and sue^h part of the s.iicei-
j flcatlons as shall he required by the st ii'- commissioner of health for such erodhni or alteratinn tr.giiher with the Initial et)i)liiment shnll first be npprovec} liy the stale- commissioner of hi^.-xltli Any chang-s In such location or plans shall nlso be tii t npproved b.v the state commissioner uf hc:ilth and the slate commissioner of health and his duly uuthorized representa¬ tives shall have Hie power to inspect smh couuty hospitals during the conr.=:e of tin ir constriietinn for the purpose eif seeing tlmt such plans are ceimplled with
3 Cnuse to be; assesseel. levied and cnl- Iee'(ed such sums of money as II shnU deem necessnry for suitable lands, build Inns anel Imprnyements for s^ild hospital nnd for the- maliitennnce thereof, nnd for nil either nece-.Bary expcnclituren therefor: and to borrow money for the erection cl' suc-h hospital and for Ihe purchase of a site therefor on the credit of the oourity and Issue cnuniy ohlifiations tlu'refor, in such m.anner as It may do for other oounty purposes.
4. Appoint u board of managers for sani huspital as hereinafter provided.
5. Aoecpt anel hold in trust fnr the coun¬ ty, any grant or devi.se of Irin'l. or nny gift or bequest of money or other pers "Ual property, or any donation to be appllcl. prini-ipal or Income, or both, for the bene¬ fit of said hospital, and apply the same l;i accordance with the terms of the gift.
6. AV'henever It-shall deem It In the pub¬ lic Interest so to dn, and notwllhslaiidln;i the provisions of any other peneral or spe¬ cial ae-t. change the I'icatloii of such hos- plt.-il nnd acquire a new site by purc-h:is«-. len.se or e-ondemnallon, .is provided In this seetion. nnd establish tho hospital the-re'on.
5 2. Subdivisions eight nnd nine of sec¬ tlnn fe-irty-aeven of said chapter, aa added by chapter three himdred and seveniy-iilne of the 1,-iws of nineteen hundred and thir¬ teen. Is herehy nmended so as'to read as foi lows • I
S. Shall notwithstanding any other gen- , eral or special law erect Oil additional buildings found necessary after the hos¬ pital has been placed In operation and m,^ike> all necessary Improvements nnd re¬ pairs witbin the limits nf the appropria¬ tions made therefor by the board of super¬ visors, provided that the location of the buildings Hlid the plans and such-part of the speelfleatlons us shall he required by the slate commissioner of health for such nddlllonal buildings, Improvements or n pairs shall flrst be approved by the state commlsslorer r,f health. Any change in such location or phms shall also be flrst approved by the stnte commissioner of health and the state commissioner of hoiilth nnd his dulv autho'rliied representa- llvis shall have (he power to Inspect such county hospitals during the course ot the cunstructlon of such additional building for the purpose of seeing that such plans ara'wonipllecl with.
9. Shnll employ n county nurse, or an additional nurse or nurses If It deems necc¬ essary. for the discovery of ITiberculosIs rases ar^d for the visitation of such cases : nnd of patienta discharged from the hos- ] pllal and for sueh other duties as inajiK : seem appropriate; and shall cause to Bo examined by the superintendent or one of hla medlcnl stuff suspected cases of tuher- rulosis reported.to it hy the county nurse. or nursea. or by physicians, teachera. em ployers. heads of famllie>a or others; and It may take such other steps for tho care treatment and prevention of tuberculosis ' as it may from time to time deem wise.
I 3. SeH'tion forty-eight of said chapter. as added by chapter three hundred and forty-one of the luwa of n1nct«-on hundred •nd nine and amended by chapters one hunelred and forty-nine and two hundred and thirty-nine of the laws of nineteen hundred nnd twelve, chapter three hun¬ dreel and at-venty-nine of the lawa of nine¬ teen hundred and thirteen and chapter one hundred and thirty-two of the lawa of nineten hundred and flfteen, is hereby fur¬ ther amended by adding thereto a new subdivision to be known aa sutMllvlslon ten, and to read ns follows;
10. May attend euch coursea In tho dlag- noals and treatment of tuberculoala and In hoapital admlniatratlon at the atate hoa¬ pital for the treatment of InclpUnt pul¬ monary tuberculosia at Raybrook aa may be establlahed and which he may be au¬ thorised to atUnd by the board of man¬ agers of bla hosplUI. Tbe necessary os- pensea In traveling to and fron tha aaM , Itate hospUal for ths traatmant of la- ' :lplent pulmonary tubarculoada at Ray-
brook tat the pwrpeiae of taking atwfi
' eouraea shall be a eounty change.
' i 4 Section forty-nlne-b of said chapter.
aa added b.» chapter fhree hundred nnd
forty-one of fhe laws of nineteen hundred
and nine, te herMiy amended so aa to raad
, as follows:
! I 49-b. Admission of patients from coun¬ ties not having a hospital. In any county , nert having a county hospital for the cnre snd treatment of persons suffering from tul>erculosla. a rounty auperlntendent of ihe prKir, upon the receipt of the appilcs- I tlon and certlflc-ite hereinafter provided j for, shnll apply to the superintendent of ' any such hospitnl estnbllshed by any other ' county, for the admission of euch padeni Any person rrsldlnrt In a coiint.v In whkh thero Is no such hospital, who ileslres to receive treatment In smh a hospital, may ' apply thercf'ir In writing to the superln- tepclent of the poor of the coiirify in which he resides on a blnnk to be provided by ! said superintendent for that purpose, siib- ! milting w'.th such appllcntlon a written : certificate signed by a reputfible physician on a blank to be provided by the siiperln- I lendent of tho poor for surh purpose, sint- ' Ing that such phyalelnn has. within tbe ten days then next preceding, examined such person, and that. In his Judgme'ni, such person la suffering from tuhereulosls I The superintendent of' the poor, on rece ipl of such Fippllcntlon and certificate, shall I forward the snme to the superintendent eif I any hosiiital for Ihe eare and treatment , of tuherculosls If auch patient be nc cepted by auch hospital, the superintend ent of the poor shall provide for his tratis- 1 portntlon thereto, and for hla maintenance here,|n at a rate to be flxed mo hereln- nfter provided.
( 6. Thla act shall takp efTect Immedi¬ ately.
Stato of N€ft» York, Ofllco of the Secre tary of Stnte, ss;
I have compared the pr^^edlng with th- I original law on flie In this offlco. nnd elo ' hereby certify thnt the snme Is a e-orroat ! transcript therefrom and of tho whole of I snid original law.
FRANCIS M. HUOO. j Secretary of Stnte
I LAWS OF WEW YORK—By Authority.
i CIIAP. 471
! AN ACT to amend the penal law, in rela- ticin to public health and decency. Pecnmo li law May Ifi, ]ni7. with the apiirovnl of the Oovernor. I'assed. three- ! fifths being present.
j The People ' designnted by him. Ihe aitorncy-genoral or n deputy designat¬ ed by lilm and the Mate enginoer nr n deputy designated by him
J 2 Section three of such rhnpter. ns amende.1 by chapter four hundred and forty-fciiir of the Inwa of nineteen hiin- '!r,''el and twelve nnd chaiiter three hun¬ dred ard f Iphteen of Ihe laws of nineleen himdred anel flfteen. Is hereby amended tn read as follews:
( 3. flffli'e nnd offlclnl force. The com¬ mission sbnil have its piindpnl offlce In the cily of Albany The eeitnnilssion shail appoiivi. to hold ufllce during its pleasuie.. a secjtetnry to the commission nt nn nii- nUiiJ .'•':il.'try nf lhrci, thnusand dnlbirs. a iiejiiily e-omVnlssiniier nt nn anniinl salary nf Bix thousand elollars h suiierintendent of fnresl:-! at nn annual sulary nf flve Ihewisaiid elollars. nn asslfitant siiperln¬ tendent eif forests nl arl iiiiiiiial salary of three tliousand doilnrs. unel n. divisinn engineer nl an iiiiiiu:il .Halarv of flve Hieiiis:iiid elollars, aii.il twn anslslant e:i- pini'i'is nt an annual salary of three thousand dollars each. The e:ommw;sl(iiieT. secTetary. eleiuifv- ccunmlssloner. siiri, rin- lendent rif fnre,sts, nsslslaiit siipci liiLc^iid I lit nf fnre sts. chief game protci for. clepn fy chief Kame prntector anil division eiiri- neer sliall each have relinluirsecl to him all nciiial and necessary traveling and nther expenses nnel efislnirsements Itic^iir- recl or made hv hira In Jhe iliscliarge nf his eiHlc^iril duties. The commis.sion shall also appoint such other Bubordinates ns sinill lie needed, to carry out the pro¬ visions of this chapter, within the amount appiopriated therefor. The commissioner. 'Icfiiify. pccrelary and each chief of n di¬ vision shall excc^iite and file with the iiimptroller a bond to the people of tbe state in the sum of ten thoiis,iiie1 dollars, with sureties to be afiprovccl by the comp- tr.ilier, coii.litinneil for the faithful pc r- lnrm;ince of bis duties, and thiit he will account for nnd pay over pursuant to law all mone.vs received by him
5 3. Section thirty-six of such chapter, added by (•hapter live hundred and twcn- ty-nne of the laws of nineteen huiidred and sixteen. Is hereby amended to read as fokowH:
I 30. Compromise of civil penalty. beforo ,1 court «ir Justice having jurisdiction in civil actions. A person who h.-i.--' viniate,! auy of the provisions of this ch.Tpter and vvho desires lo compromise nnd setlle his c-ivil linliiiity therefor may appi-iir willi any rei^uhir or special game priitoctor. Ilsiierics p'otector. flre superintendent, forest ranjior eir inspector, before n court 'ir Justice having iiirisdicticin in civil .-n- licins, an ilthcreiipon such person may, upon the e einsonl of tho reprosenlallve of the c'onscrvatinn e^ommissinn appearing, lomprornise and settlo his liahility fer civil pennltie^s under this chapter, for an amount at?reod upon beiween suid courl or Justice, the representative of the con¬ servation eninmissiiin and the person wlm committed such violation, whle-h nmount sliall be Il.ll less than ten dollar.s nnr iiicire (ban the ii mount for which such person would he liable in a civil action for pen¬ alties. If such compromise be rnuele, siic^li person sh.Hll forthwith siibscrlhe his nanus 111 a statement setting forth concisely the facls e-cmstiluting such violation, the uniount aKreed uiKin. and that a Judgment may be entered agalnsi him for that sum I'peiii said statement being sworn to be¬ fore and filed with said court or Justice iio sh:ill forthwith enler In his civil ducket a record of the prnceedings and the amount of the Juclgment.
Said court nr juslice sliall upon the en¬ try of auch Judgment be entitled to a fee . nf one dollar and lifty cents to be paid hy the peraon who committed such viola¬ tion.
A Judgnienl enlered as provided herein may he enforced by an exoculicin againi'i Hie prcipt-rly of the defenebant; but nn liudy e.\eciilion shall issue thereon. Sucli judgment sh:ill be a bar to a criminal ac¬ tion for the same violation, if satisfio'l within thirty days from the date of the ^ enlO' tlierecjf.
5 4. Article throe of sue* chapter is hereby amended by adding a new Bectlon, to be known aa seetion thirty-seven, to read as follows:
5 37. Certlflcate by court or justice The 'cniit or Justice before whom any person ¦chali be trievl or boforo whom a compro¬ mise of the civil pc-nuldes for a vlnlatlnn if any provision of this chapter shaii have been maele. or the clerk of the cnnrt if there ,be a clerk, shall, ut the termina- j tlon of such trial or proceeding, forthwith I mail or deliver to the con.servation coin- | iiiissiun al .Mbany a coilifled iJtatemeir. ol the disposition of the case or proceed¬ ing, giving the date thereof, the name of the defendant, the name of the person •ipon whose information the action or pm- eeding was Instituted, the date atid place nf the vicilutinn, the name of e.ach wit¬ ness Kweirn in support of the charges and the costs of the court or fees of the lus¬ tice, and the fees of the constuble. If nny.
i tl. Section one hundred and sixty-eight ' if snch ch;f Ihe commia¬ aion
t IS Snbdlviriein twe of section twi» hiine're,I and tffirtv -'¦¦i\ of such ehi.iter. na nine nlcil bv d-apter four hilndted and fhree «if Ihe luws of nineteen hundred anrt siNtepTi. Is hereby amended to rend aa foiiows
i. P-liie plkepeich and ssiigers of sny 1 il'.e m.iy be taitrn nt nn> time and In any niimlii I nr eiuantity la .l.n kes Krie nnd On- l-u-lo Htid In the r.'iagnra liver, and when Sll taken mav he possessen bought nnd sold
I |i; Siil.dlvl.^ion one of section two hun. dred nml thIM'-eigiit of such chnpter la hereby umended lo read as fnllows ,
1 Clpcn season and size- limit flnort- rvnseil sturgeon rot less tban twenty ifii-hi'S In length ,iml.v- be taken and poa- sessed fr.im .luly fVtst to Apiil thirtieth, both Induslve in nny number or e|iinn- llty Lake iture:eo;i mid se .1 sturgeon not less th.in fony-two inches In length may he taken nnd poFSewsed In nny number or cjmintily nt any ti.nc^ Theie shall be nn iipen se:i.sein for sbeirt-nosed siiirgeon. lake stl ri.'enn nml sen sturgeon In l.nke KrIe befnie January- lirst. nineteen hundred arid twenty This prov,sion for a close season shall bee nine elfeilive only when Ihe I'Toviiu-e of (iidarin nf the Dominion of Ciiriaila shall have passed nr ndopted an order In eouridl priscrilifng a similar eliioe senson for tnklng sturgeon In tha waters nf l.nke Rrie
S 17 .Secfinn Iwci hundred and flfly- thiee nf such duipler. aV nmended by ehapter flve liiindre-el and eight of tha laws eif nlneteon hundred and thirteen. l8 hereby anieiiiled to rend as folIowR:
; 'S.".. Tlp-ups Tlp-up,«i may be used, for except In waters In- llbeads. cat¬ fish, eel.' perch, sunflsli. and ex, ept dur¬ ing Ihe niniifliH of March anel April, pike and plikerel, anel exci-pt from March see- on.I to May tenth, both inclusive, plko-- perch Nl pe. s-on shall operate or cotl-»i li-nl at the same lime myre ihtin flftfioa lip-ups All ilp-iips must be marked with the niirne anel aiidress of Ihe operator Ihoreor
i IS The title of sedlcin two hundred
MshiiiK through lee except ii habited by 'fiiiul. to lake In,
pier two h
of the h ICeii. is
ws ol nim hereby am
c li.ipter, us added idled unci ninety-nlna leen hiiiiilied and flf- •neled to read ub fol-
; infi-li Speiii-ii.g 111 Niap.-ira river, j
; 111. Sl, Inn twn hundred und flfly- seven of SUI h chaptei- la hereby amended to rc-el ns follnws:
5 Lfi7 l''rn):H. HuUfriigs, green frogs, nnd iprinr freiv« mny be taken. possesKed, l.,iiicht and si'M Irom ,liine flrst to March Hilrly-flrsl. bolh Inclusive 'ITiey shall not be taken. pnss'-ss;oel. bong lit or seild Ht nny other tltiiii. The.if may be taken by spear¬ ing, an.gllng. or witli rake. . catcalling with hands ir killing with cluh or gun only. The use of nny ilevice whieh shall pre* vent the frogs frum having free access tO and egress from the waters In prohibited.
I, J'l .Sectinn two huiidri-il nnd seventv. three- nf smh cliapli'r as amended • v chapter live liundrod and eight of the ' ivvS of nii-e-tcen hundred and tliirloen. Is 1 eii,. by ;>i|iciiiled In read us follows: 1
5 tiT-i I I'llllin-: of nets rcKiiIati^. N'o nets or either devices for taking lish shall be haiilccl aftor siiiiset and Iiefore sun- lise; exeept as pormitlfd bv tho commla- .slon.
$ 21 Section two liundred and sieventy- live of such chnpter Is hereby umended to read as follows:
§ 27.'i I'rolilblfed; use of nets In eertain •xecpdnn In waters inhnhited the^ use of iK'ts of any kind ia prohiiiileel: excepl that the use of minnow Irafis In taidnir minnows for bait for tho laker's iiic'iividuul use may be porrnltted by the coniaiiiisiiin. This prohibition shall not apply to luiiding nets used to land lish duly hnciked hy angling or lo Ihe uso of nets b.v the commissioii as provided in .sectlnn one hundred and fif tv-flve of thla chapier
5 :'2 Subdivision four of section Ihrco hundred anil Sevonty-two of such chupter is hi-ioliy amended trt read as follows':
4. 'rraiis(iortatlon. Common carriers may lecelve anel tiansporl ut any lime car- 01 ssos or' parts thereof, of elk. deer, pheasants, or ducks t i|.;ged as aforesaid, but to every package contnlning such carcasses, or parla thciecif. shall be af¬ fixed a tag or label, upon which shall bo plainl.v pruifid or written tbe nnrrie of
Inclusive. They may be possesod from i the person to whom such lie oiiso was
September slxteonlh to Januar.v twentieth both Inclusive. There shall be no open Benson for wood duck and swan.
9 10. Siibelivislons one and two of sec¬ tion two hundred anci twelve of such chapter are hereby amended to read as follows:
1. Open season. Water fowl on Dong Is- ;. land and tho waters adjacent thereto n^ay
be taken from October flrst to Januar.v flfteenth. both Inclusive.
2. M.anner of taking. Water fowl may be taken by aid of any floating devie^e other than sailboats or power lioats. at any distance from shore on l^oiig Islkncl Sound. I..iike Krie, Niagara river. Oneidn (lake, Shinnecock, Gardiner anel Peconic bays, during the open season therefor, and except freim October flrst to October nine toenth, both Inclusive, In Greut Soulh Hay weat of Smith's Point and east of tho Nassau-Suffolk county line.
i 11. Subdivision three of see¬tion twu hundred and fourteen of such chapter, ns ameiuled by chapter ninety-two ot the laws of nineteen hundred and fourteen. Is hereby amended to read us follows.
8. Wild phea.sants. On the last twn Thursdays In the month of October and the flrst two Saturdays In the month of November und pogsessed during tho peri¬ od of time between the flrst open Thn-s- day In October and the Thursday Immedi¬ ately following the laBt open Saturday in November, both IndiiBive. Only wild maie pheasants may bo taken. A person may take and possess not to exceed three wild male pheasantll In tho open season.
I 12. Section two hundred and tifteen of auch ehapter la hereby amended to rend as follows:
I 215. Upland game birda; open seuson: limit; apecial. Quail, pheasanta, and grouse may be taken on I.iong Island from November flrst to December thlrty-flrst both Inclusive. A person may take not to exceed six quail, four mule pheasants and two grouse In uny one day and forty quail, thirty male pheasants and flfleen grouse, In the open seaaon on l>ong Is¬ land.
I 13. Section two hundred and nineteen of auch chapter, as amended by chapters Boventy-Boven and flve hundred and twen¬ ty-one of the laws of nineteen hundreel and sixteen. Is hereby amended to read an follows:
I tili. Cl tain wild birds protected. Wild birds other than the English aparruw. atartlng. crow, hawk, anow-owl, rreat gray owl. gres' iiorned owl, groat blue herun. bittern and kingflahor ahall not be taken or poi seased at any time, dead or alive. ex.^.,.c under the authority of a certlflcate laaued under this article. No part of the plumage, skin or body of any bird pro¬ tected by thla section or of any birds coming from without the Btate, whetber belonging to the same or a different apecles from that native tutli such flue and imprison- ment Thla sectlun, however, sball not i.piily t^ dielactic or scientiflc treatise* i.'Iich d6 not advertise or eall attention te uny i>eison or porsems from^whom or any eittke or plae-e at which Information, treat¬ ment or advice miiy be obtained, nor shaH It apply to advernsimenta or notices la- suod by an locorpuruted hoapltai or a II- e onaed diapenaary ur by a municipal board or department of health ur by the depart¬ ment of health of the state of New York. I t. Thla act shall tako effect Beptember flrst. nineteen hundred and aeventeen. StHte of New York, Offlce of the 8acre> lary of State, as:
1 have compared (h« preceding witb tha original law on flla tn this ofllca. and da hereby certify that the same Is a correct tranacrlpt therafrom and of tha whole tt said original law
rRANCTfe M HUOO.
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