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ASSEMBLYMEN.

ATLANTIC
BERGEN...

BURLINGTON..

CAMDEN...

CAPE MAY
CUMBERLAND

Essex

.LEMUEL CONOVER.
HENRY C. HERRING,
JOHN W. BOGERT.
TOWNSEND COX,
E. BUDD MARTER,
GEORGE B. BORTON,
JOSEPH P. ADAMS.
WILLIAM H. COLE,
GEORGE B. CARSE,
CHALKLEY ALBERTSON.
.ALEXANDER YOUNG.
.LEWIS H. DOWDNEY,
GEORGE B. LANGLEY.
.MOSES E. HALSEY,
ELIAS 0. DOREMUS,
THOMAS S. HENRY,
PHINEAS JONES,
JULIUS C. FITZGERALD,
SAMUEL MORROW, JR.,
WILLIAM H. KIRK,
JAMES T. VAN NESS,
AARON G. BALDWIN.
OBADIAH ELDRIGE.
DEWITT C. HEMMING WAY.
ALEXANDER T. MCGILL,
PATRICK SHEERAN,
JOHN D. CARSCALLEN,
ALEXANDER MCDONNELL,
HENRY COOMBS,
RICHARD C. WASHBURN,
RUDOLPH F RABE,
JAMES K. SELLECK.

GLORCESTER

HUDSON...

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HUNTERDON

MERCER

MIDDLESEX....

MONMOUTH.

MORRIS

WILLIAM L. HOPPOCK,
JOHN CARPENTER, JR.
..GEORGE O. VANDERBILT,
JOHN N. LINDSAY,
ANDREW J. SMITH.
..JOHN VAN DEURSEN,
JOHN F. TEN BROECK,
JOSEPH C. MAGEE, JR.
..GEORGE W. PATTERSON,
JOHN B. GIFFORD,
JOHN S. SPROUL.
WILLIAM H. HOWELL,
JACOB Z. BUDD,
ELIAS M. SKELLINGER.
.EDWARD M. LONAN.
.DAVID HENRY,
JOHN P. ZELUFF,
GARRET A. HOBART.
.WILLIAM H. ISZARD,
WILLIAM B. CARPENTER.
WILLIAM P. SUTPHEN,
JOHN G. SCHENCK.
.FRANK M. WARD.
WILLIAM H. GILL,
WILLIAM MCKINLAY,
ELIAS R. POPE.
VALENTINE MUTCHLER,
JOSEPH ANDERSON.

OCEAN..
PASSAIC

SALEM.

SOMERSET......

SUSSEX

UNION.

WARREN

GENERAL PUBLIC LAWS.

GENERAL PUBLIC ACTS

PASSED BY THE

NINETY-EIGHTH LEGISLATURE

CHAPTER XXVI.

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to prevent frauds by incorporated companies," approved April fifteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six,

insolvent

to operate

and subject

the chan

1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of Receiver of the State of New Jersey, That whenever any incorporated railroad railroad company in this State shall become insolvent, and companies the property of such company shall have passed into the the road hands of a receiver by order of the chancellor, in accord- to orders of ance with the act to which this is a supplement, the receiv- cellor. er shall, and he is hereby empowered to operate said railroad for the use of the public, subject at all times to the order of the chancellor; and all expenses incident to the ope- Expenses ration of said railroad, shall be a first lien on the receipts, lien on re to be paid before any other encumbrance whatever.

to be a first

ceipts.

2. And be it enacted, That this act shall be deemed a public act, and take effect immediately.

JOHN W. TAYLOR,
President of the Senate,
GARRET A. HOBART,

Speaker of the House of Assembly.

Approved February 11, 1874.

RARY

JOEL PARKER,
Governor.

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