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ways in said city, reported that the capital stock had been subscribed, the percentages paid in (viz., $40,000) and that it was intended to construct, maintain and operate said road in good faith.

Certificate of incorporation filed December 9, 1885.

THE CONEY ISLAND ELEVATED RAILWAY COMPANY. The above road, after being sold under mortgage foreclosure, was reorganized ander the corporate name of “The Sea View Railroad Company." Certificate of incorporation filed June 4, 1886.

THE NEW YORK AND BRIGHTON BEACH RAILWAY COMPANY. This road, after being sold under mortgage foreclosure, was reorganized under the corporate name of “The Sea Beach and Brighton Railroad Company." Certificate of incorporation filed July 26, 1886.

CONSOLIDATIONS.

THE SYRACUSE, GENEVA AND CORNING RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE PENN

YAN AND NEW YORK RAILWAY COMPANY. The articles of consolidation of the above companies into one organization, to be known as “The Syracuse, Geneva and Corning Railway Company,” were filed NoPember 2, 1885. THE SOUTH FERRY AND SEA SIDE DIRECT TRANSIT COMPANY, THE TUNNEL ExTENSION RAILWAY COMPANY, AND THE BRIDGE TUNNEL RAILWAY COMPANY.

Articles of consolidation into one organization of the above-named companies, to be known as “The Brooklyn Sub- Railway Company,” were filed March 5, 1886. THE UTICA AND BLACK RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY, THE CLAYTON AND THERESA

RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE OGDENSBURGH AND MORRISTOWN RAILROAD COMPANY. The articles of association of the above-named companies into one organization, to be known as “ The Utica and Black River Railroad Company,” were filed March 31, 1886.

THE SYRACUSE, PHENIX AND OSWEGO Railway COMPANY, AND THE FULTON AND

OsWEGO RAILROAD COMPANY. The articles of association of the above-narned companies into one organization, to be known as “The Syracuse, Phenix and Oswego Railway Company,” were filed April 22, 1886.

THE EAST GENESEE STREET AND SEWARD AVENUE RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE

AUBURN AND OWASCO LAKE RAILWAY COMPANY. Articles of association of the above-named companies into one organization, under the corporate name of “The Auburn City Railway Company,' were filed June 12, 1886.

TAE SARATOGA LAKE RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE Hoosac TUNNEL AND SARA

TOGA RAILWAY COMPANY. The articles of association of these two companies into one organization, to be known as The Troy. Saratoga and Northern Railroad Company,” were filed September 2, 1886.

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EXTENSION OF ROUTES.

THE BROOKLYN CITY RAILROAD COMPANY. Certificate of extension of route filed October 13, 1885. Length of extension, one mile.

THE ROCHESTER CITY AND BRIGHTON RAILROAD COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed October 19, 1885.
Length of extension, 1,300 feet.

THE FORTY-SECOND STREET, MANHATTANVILLE AND ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE

RAILWAY COMPANY. Certificate of extension of route filed November 4, 1885. Length of extension, eleven miles.

THE STEINWAY AND HUNTERS POINT RAILROAD COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed November 5, 1885.
Length of extension, two miles.

THE STEINWAY AND HUNTERS POINT RAILROAD COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed September 23, 1886.
Length of extension, 4,700 feet.

THE NEW YORK CABLE RAILWAY COMPANY. Certificate of extension of route filed November 23, 1885. Length of extension, seventeen miles.

THE FORTY-SECUND STREET AND GRAND STREET FERRY RAILROAD COMPANY.

Certificate of extension of route filed February 23, 1886.
Length of extension, 1.900 feet.

THE LONG ISLAND CITY AND NEWTOWN RAILROAD COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed March 22, 1886.
Length of extension, 500 feet.

THE SYRACUSE AND ONONDAGA RAILWAY COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed March 25, 1886.
Length of extension, one and six-eighths miles.

THE NEWBURGH STREET RAILWAY COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed April 1, 1886.
Length of extension, one and one-half miles.

THE SCHENECTADY STREET RAILWAY COMPANY.
Certificate of extension of route filed April 1, 1886.
Length of extension, two miles.

THE OG DENSBURGH STREET RAILWAY COMPANY
Certificate of extension of route filed August 17, 1886.
Length of extension, five eighths of a mile.

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ENACTMENTS,

1886.

Bonded indebtedness of villages, cities, towns and counties : Providing means

for payment and refunding of. Chap. 316. An act in relation to the bonded indebtedness of villages, cities, towns and counties in this State, and to provide means for the payment and refunding thereof.

Broadway Surface Railroad Company: Repeal of charter.

Chap. 268. An act to annul and dissolve the Broadway Surface Railroad Company.

Buffalo city : Relative to street railroads.

Chap. 431. An act to amend chapter two hundred and twenty-nine of the Laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, entitled “An act in relation to the street railroads in the city of Buffalo.'

Chautauqua Assembly grounds : Protection from railroads.

Chap. 403. An act to protect the Chautauqua Assembly grounds from railroads

Code of Criminal Procedure.

Chap. 28. An act to amend the Code of Criminal Procedure.

Corporations: In relation to receivers.

Chap. 275. An act to amend chapter three hundred and seventy-eight. Laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-three, entitled “An act in relation to receivers of corporations."

Corporations: In relation to winding up.

Chap. 310. An act to provide for the winding up of corporations, which have been annulled and dissolved by legislative enactment.

Corporations, stock: Tax to be levied.

Chap. 143. An act to tax stock corporations for the privilege of organization.

East Genesee Street and Seward Avenue Railroad Company : Authorizing con.

solidation with the Auburn and Owasco Lake Railway. Chap. 163. An act to authorize the consolidation of “The East Genesee Street and Seward Avenue Railway" and "The Auburn and Owasco Lake Railway and to regulate the motor power on the consolidated railroad.

East Side and Mount Vernon Railway Company: Extending time for completion.

Chap. 57. An act to extend the time within which the East Side and Mount Vernon Railway Company shall complete that part of its railway first to be con. structed

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Extortion by railroad companies : Amending act in relation to.

Chap. 415. An act to amend section one of chapter one hundred and eighty-five of the Laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, entitled “ An act to prevent ex. tortion by railroad companies."

Fulton and Oswego Falls Street Railway Company: Legalizing acts of.

Chap. 154. An act to legalize the acts of the Fulton and Oswego Falls Street Railway Company.

General Railroad Act: Amending so as to allow railroad companies, by a two

thirds vote of directors, to alter or change its route or termini. Chap. 634. An act to amend chapter one hundred and forty of the Laws of eighteen hundred and fifty, entitled “An act to authorize the formation of rail. road corporations and to regulate the same.”

Johnstown and Gloversville Railroad Company: Regulating charges for carrying

passengers, and authorizing town of Johnstown to issue town bonds. Chap. 599. An act further to amend chapter seventeen of the Laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, entitled “ An act to authorize the town of Johnstown in the county of Fulton to issue town bonds and loan the same to the Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville Railroad Company and to regulate the rate of charges for carrying passengers upon said road,” as amended by chapter four hundred and twelve of the Laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-three.

Kanona and Prattsburgh Railroad Company: Regulating weight of rails and com

pensation per mile per passenger. Chap. 607. An act to permit the Kanona and Prattsburgh Railroad Company to use rails of forty pounds weight to the lineal yard in the construction of their road, and to allow such railroad company to charge five cents per mile for each passenger and his ordinary baggage over said road.

New York Arcade Railway Company: Regulating construction of.

Chap. 312. An act to extend and supplement the rights, powers and duties of the New York Arcade Railway Company, and to regulate the construction of its railway. Niagara Falls and Whirlpool Railway Company: To collect fare for transportation

of passengers. Chap. 455. An act to authorize the Niagara Falls and Whirlpool Railway Com. pany to charge and collect rates of fare for passengers upon its road.

Northern Adirondack Railroad Company: Fixing rate of fare.

Chap. 234. An act to fix the rate of fare for passengers to be charged or taken over the tracks of the Northern Adirondack Railroad Company and its extension. Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad Company: Authorizing said road to sell

all horse car franchises and property in city of Brooklyn. Chap. 282. An act to authorize The Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad Company to sell

, and the Atlantic Avenue Railroad Company of Brooklyn to pur chase, all the horse car railroad franchises and property in the city of Brooklyn belonging to the said The Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad Company.

Railroads : Bodies of persons dying of contagious or infectious diseases, in transit

over railroads or upon passenger steamboats, to be inclosed in hermetically

sealed caskets of metal. Chap. 329. An act to prevent the spread of contagious and infectious diseases.

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