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and rate of interest respectively, with the names of the persons to whom such bonds are issued, and the time they become due. The said county treasurer may dispose of said bonds to such persons or corporations, and upon such terms as shall be most advantageous for said county, but for not less than par.

9 2. The money so borrowed shall be expended Expendiunder the direction of said board, in paying bonds loan. of the said county that are now outstanding and owing by said county.

33. The said board of supervisors shall cause to Taz. be levied by tax upon the taxable property of said county, and collected and paid annually such sums as may be necessary to pay the interest on said bonds, and to pay such portion of the principal thereof from time to time as the same shall become due, and the said treasurer shall apply the money so collected and paid to him toward the interest and principal of said bonds as they shall become due.

3 4. This act shall take effect immediately.

Chap 16.
AN ACT authorizing the Village of Peekskill, to

borrow more money and to levy taxes for the pay-
ment of the same.

Passed February 1, 1867, three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. The board of trustees of the village of Peekskill are hereby authorized, on the faith and credit of said village, to borrow a sum not exceeding the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, and to Amount execute either bonds or promissory notes therefor, may borunder the corporate seal of said village and the signature of the president and clerk thereof; the bonds or Bonds, promissory notes to be in such form, and the principal and interest made payable at such times and places as may be agreed upon with the lender or lenders, but so that no more than five hundred dollars of the principal shall be payable before the year eighteen

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hundred and sixty-nine, and one thousand dollars i the year eighteen hundred and seventy, and one thou sand in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-one .lap.

S 2. The said sum hereby authorized to be borrowe shall be specifically applied and appropriated to th completion of the fire engine house and jail, in sai village, now in process of erection, and to the furnish ing of said jail.

S 3. The said sum or any part thereof, may b borrowed by the board of trustees of said village from any person or persons, or banking or saving institution, on the best terms that the same can be obtained, at an interest not exceeding seven per cen per annum, payable yearly or half yearly as may b agreed upon by said trustees, and the lender o lenders from whom said money may be obtained and it shall be, and hereby is made the duty of said board of trustees, and they are hereby authorized to raise by tax upon the real and personal property of, the said village, in the same manner and at the same time that the general taxes of said village are levier and collected in the years eighteen hundred and sixty vine, eighteen hundred and seventy, and eighteer, hundred and seventy-one, not to exceed five hundrei dollars in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine and one thousand dollars annually in each of the other. of said years, and also the interest accruing thereon and to pay over the same in discharge of said loar. or portions thereof, and the interest thereon.

S 4. The board of trustees shall have power to borrow said sum and to raise the same by tax, and to pay over the same in discharge of said loan, without being thereto specifically authorized by a vote, at any time, of the taxable inhabitants of said village.

$ 5. This act shall take effect immediately.

Tax for payment.

No vote of taxpayers necessary.

Chap 17.
N 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 Glo-
tersville Railroad Company, and to regulate the
rate of charges for carrying passengers upon said
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Passed February 1, 1867; three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in
Gate and Assembly, do enact as follows :
SECTION 1. Upon the application of ten freehold-

and residents of the town of Johnstown, in the founty of Fulton, made to the county judge of County, sail county, the said judge is hereby authorized, and appoin! I shall be his duty, within ten days after such appli- sioners. cation shall be so made, to appoint three persons, who seall be freeholders and residents of said town, to be road commissioners of said town of Johnstown, and to fill all vacancies that shall occur, from time to time, in the office of such commissioner, by the expiration of the term of office or otherwise, by like appointments. All such appointments shall be in writing, and filed in the office of the clerk of Fulton Corinty. Such commissioners shall hold their office Terms of pectively for five years, and until their successors shall be appointed, and duly qualified by giving srity, as required by this act.

32. Before entering upon the duties of their office, sieh commissioners shall jointly and severally, with two or more sureties, execute to the supervisor of said town, for the benefit of said town, a bond in the Bonds of peual sum equal to twenty per cent of the value of sioners. the taxable property of said town appearing upon the assessinent roll of said town for the year eighteen bandred and sixty-six, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of such office, and for the just and honest application of all bonds issued by them under the provisions of this act, according to the true intent and meaning of its provisions, and

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hundred and sixty-nine, and one thousand dollars in the year eighteen hundred and seventy, and one thousand in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-one.

$ 2. The said sum hereby authorized to be borrowed shall be specifically applied and appropriated to the completion of the fire engine house and jail, in said village, now in process of erection, and to the furnishing of said jail.

$ 3. The said sum or any part thereof, may be borrowed by the board of trustees of said village, from any person or persons, or banking or savings institution, on the best terms that the same can be obtained, at an interest not exceeding seven per cent per annum, payable yearly or half yearly as may be agreed upon by said trustees, and the lender or lenders from whom said money may be obtained, and it shall be, and hereby is made the duty of said board of trustees, and they are hereby authorized to raise by tax upon the real and personal property of the said village, in the same manner and at the same time that the general taxes of said village are levied and collected in the years eighteen hundred and sixtyvine, eighteen hundred and seventy, and eighteen bundred and seventy-one, not to exceed five hundred dollars in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and one thousand dollars annually in each of the other of said years, and also the interest accruing thereon, and to pay over the same in discharge of said loan or portions thereof, and the interest thereon.

S 4. The board of trustees shall have power to borrow said sum and to raise the same by tax, and to pay over the same in discharge of said loan, without being thereto specifically authorized by a vote, at any time, of the taxable inhabitants of said village.

$ 5. This act shall take effect immediately.

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Chap 17.
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 Glo-
tersville Railroad Company, and to regulate the
rate of charges for carrying passengers upon

said road.

Passed February 1, 1867; three-fifths being present. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. Upon the application of ten freebolders and residents of the town of Johnstown, in the coanty of Fulton, made to the county judge of country's said county, the said judge is hereby authorized, and appoint it shall be his duty, within ten days after such appli- sluners. cation shall be so made, to appoint three persons, who shall be freeholders and residents of said town, to be railroad commissioners of said town of Johnstown, and to fill all vacancies that sball occur, from time to time, in the office of such commissioner, by the expiration of the term of office or otherwise, by like appointments. All such appointments shall be in

. writing, and filed in the office of the clerk of Fulton connty. Such commissioners shall hold their office Terms of spectively for five years, and until their successors shall be appointed, and duly qualified by giving &curity, as required by this act.

32. Before entering upon the duties of their office, sneh commissioners shall jointly and severally, with iro or more sureties, execute to the supervisor of said town, for the benefit of said town, a bond in the Bonds of penal sum equal to twenty per cent of the value of stoners. the taxable property of said town appearing upon the assessment roll of said town for the year eighteen biodred and sixty-six, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of such office, and for the jast and honest application of all bonds issued by thern under the provisions of this act, according to the true intent and meaning of its provisions, and

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