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CONCURRENT RESOLUTION authorizing the

Governor to confer Brevet Commission in certain cases.

Resolved (if the Senate concur), That the Governor be, and he is hereby, authorized to copfer on any officer of the National Guard of the State of New York, who has been honorably discharged from the military service of the United States, a brevet commission corresponding in rank to the commission of highest grade which such officer may have received from the President of the United States, or from the Governor of this State.

STATE OF NEW YORK,

IN ASSEMBLY, March 13th, 1867.
The foregoing resolution was duly passed.

By order of the Assembly.
LUTHER CALDWELL, Clerk.

STATE OF NEW YORK,

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IN SENATE, April 17th, 1867. The foregoing resolution was duly concurred in.

By order of the Senate.

JAS. TERWILLIGER, Clerk.

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION relative to the

loan authorized by chapter two hundred and ninety-six of the Laws of eighteen hundred and forty.

Resolved (if the Senate concur), That the Comptroller require the payment of the loan authorized by chapter two hundred and ninety-six of the Laws of eighteen hundred and forty, within three months after notice, and in default thereof that all requisite legal proceedings be resorted to for its collection.

STATE OF NEW YORK,

IN ASSEMBLY, April 10th, 1867. The foregoing resolution was duly passed.

By order of the Assembly.

LUTHER CALDWELL, Clerk.

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STATE OF NEW YORK,

IN SENATE, April 16th, 1867.) The foregoing resolution was duly concurred in.

By order of the Senate,

JAS. TERWILLIGER, Clerk.

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION for examination

into affairs of Savings Banks. · WHEREAS, The large and rapidly increasing sums on deposit in the savings banks of this Stato render it an object of special importance, that these investments should be properly secured and the control and management of the institutions holding this trust should be carefully guarded by clear, consistent, and uniform provisions of law; and

WHEREAS, The report of the Superintendent of the Banking Department, relative to savings banks, discloses, many defects, and many conflicting and incongruous provisions in existing laws relating to these institutions; therefore,

Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the Superintendent of the Banking Department be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to revise and consoli. date the laws relating to savings banks, and institutions for savings in this State, with such amendments thereto, as he may deem important, and report the same in the form of one complete and general act, together with such facts and suggestions in relation thereto as he may find it desirable and expedient to communicate to the legislature at the commencement of its annual session in eighteen hundred and sixty-eight. And for the purpose of enabling him more thoroughly and intelligently to perform the duty hereby imposed, he is further authorized and empowered, and it shall be his duty, to make himself, or cause to be made by bis deputy, an examination of such and so many of the savings banks and institutions for savings in this state as he shall find it necessary or expedient to visit and examine, and be shall possess all the authority in relation to such examination of savings banks and institutions for savings as is now conferred upon him in regard to banks of issue and deposit, by chapter two bundred and forty-two of the Laws of eighteen bundrel and fifty-four. The expenses of such examination sball be andited by the snperintendent and paid from and charged to the savings banks expense account, and shall be assessed upon the savings banks and institutions for savings in this State, and collected in the saine manner as is now provided by law for other expenses of these institutions.

I STATE OF NEW YORK, I

IN SENATE, April 16th, 1867.) The foregoing resolution was duly passed.

By order of the Senate.

JAS. TERWILLIGER, Clerk.

STATE OF NEW YORK, I

IN ASSEMBLY, April 20th, 1867.) The foregoing resolution was duls passed.

By order of the Assembly.

LUTHER CALDWELL, Clerk.

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION relative to the · Skeleton of the Mastodon found at Cohoes.

WHEREAS, The skeleton of the mastodon, found at Coboes in the mouth of November last, is, by the conditions in which the remains were discovered, ono of the most interesting relics of the kind among all the specimens in our country, adding largely to our knowledge of the natural bistory and geological relations of ihe American mastodon ; and .

WHEREAS, It has been presented to the State by Mr. Alfred Wild, of Albany, and his associates of the Harmony Mills Company, upon whose property it was found ; therefore, be it

Resolrud (the Senate concurring), That the thanks of the people of the State be presented to Mr. Wild and bis associates aforesaid for their liberality in presenting so rare and valuable an addition to the State Cabinet of Natural History,

STATE OF NEW YORK,

IN ASSEMBLY, April 19th, 1867. The foregoing preamble and resolution was duly passed.

By order of the Assembly.

LUTHER CALDWELL, Clerk.

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The foregoing resolution was duly passed.

By order of the Senate.

JAS. TERWILLIGER, Clerk.

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