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OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE; see Brooklyn, 83; Constitution, § 91; Coroners, § 32:

Judges, $ 6; Justices’ Courts, SS 116, 191, 204, 228, 233, 267, 270, 277, 280, 289; Vil.

lages, g 117.
FOR LICENSE TO SELL CONVICT-MADE Goods; see Prisons, $ 21.
FOR LICENSING DRYGGISTS; see Public Health Law, 8 186.
OF LOAN COMMISSIONERS; see State Funds, 'SS 112, 124, 125, 129, 130, 137, 140, 172.
FOR MAKING ENTRY OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE; see Freight and Baggage, $ 4.
OF NATURALIZATION PROCEEDINGS; see Naturalization, ss 8, 10.
IN NEW YORK CITY COURT8; see New York, SS 26, 118.
OF NOTARIES PUBLIC; see Banking Law, S 12; Bills, etc., § 13; Executive Law, SS 43, 85.
For OATHS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; see Canal Law, $ 30; Children, S 28; Judgment, etc.,

SS 61, 62; Oaths, etc.
OF OFFICERS IN SURROGATES' COURTs; see Costs, & 13.
OF OVERSEERS OF THE POOR; see Town Law, $ 178.
PAID BY ATTORNEY-GENERAL; see Executive Law, $ 50.

BY PEDDLERS; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 60.

By SUPREME COURT REPORTER; see Supreme Court Reporter, $ 4. OF PEACE OFFICERS TAKING MESSAGE FROM PRISONER TO HIS COUNSEL; see Commitment,

8 2. OF PERSON SPECIALLY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE MANDATE; see Executions, $ 27; Justices'

Courts, $ 274. OF PERSON CONDUCTING HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY; see Evi.

dence, § 111. OF PERSON DESIGNATED TO RECEIVE ASSESSMENTS OF SOCIETY INSURING AGAINST HORSE

STEALING; see Insurance Law, $ 269. OF Pilots; see Pilots, SS 1, 2. OF POLICE JUSTICES; see Police Courts, $ 5; Villages, SS 95, 98, 117. OF POLICEMEN; see Brooklyn, $ 10; Prisons, S 191. OF POLL CLERKS; see Town Law, $ 178. OF PORT WARDENS; see Port Wardens, SS 5–7. OF POUND-MASTERS; see Distress, SS 4, 6, 7; Town Law, SS 132, 179. PRIVATE OR LOCAL BILLS CONCERNING; see Constitution, $ 41. OF QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS OF; see Executive Law, S 71. OF RACING ASSOCIATIONS; see Horses, $ 10. OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS; see Railroad Law, § 165. OF RECEIVERS; see Receivers. OF REFEREES; see Costs, & 13; Discovery, & 5; Dower, $ 17; Reference; Surrogates'

Courts, $ 70; Trials, SS 41, 46. FOR REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS AND DEGREES; see Public Health Law, $ 145; University

Law, S 13. OF REGISTERS; see Chattel Mortgages, $ 6; Courts, $ 51; Evidence, SS 83, 99, 102, 103;

Wills, $ 57. OF SEALERS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES; see Domestic Commerce Law, S 16. OF SECRETARY OF STATE; see Constitution, $ 63; Corporations, SS 6, 16; Executive Law,

SS 26, 71; Medical Societies, $ 7; Trades Unions, S 2. OF SHERIFFS; see Board of Claims, $ 5; Chattels, 14; Constable, $ 5; County Law,

SS 101, 185; Distress, SS 14, 15; Evidence, § 55; Fines, etc.,'$ 4; Insanity Law, $ 140; Insolvency, S 64; Prisons, SS 65, 71, 145, 146, 150, 186, 197, 198, 200; Sheriff, S$ 14, 28-30, 31; Shipping, SS 12-14, 17; Supplementary Proceedings, $ 19; Supreme

Court, S 26; Tax Law, SS 76, 87; Trials, $ 129. FOR SOLEMNIZING A MARRIAGE; see Domestic Relations Law, $ 17. OF STATE ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR; see Constitution, $ 63; Executive Law, SS 65, 71. OF STATE OFFICERS GENERALLY; see Constitution, $ 132 OF OR BY STATE TREASURER; see Constitution, $ 63; Executive Law, S 43. STATEMENT OF, TO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS; see County Law, $ 164. OF STENOGRAPHERS; see Grand Juries, 8 76; Stenographers, SS 4-8, 25, 30. IN SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS; see Summary Proceedings, S 21. OF SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE DEPARTMENT; see Insurance Law, SS 2, 5–7. OF SUPERVISORS; see Consolidated School Law, 8 76; Municipal Law, $ 58; Tax Law,

$ 259; Town Law, S 178. OF SURROGATES; see Costs, $ 14; Evidence, SS 83, 103; Surrogates' Courts, SS 27, 30-32, 77. OF SURROGATES' CLERKS; see Surrogates' Courts, SS 30, 37, 77. OF SURVEYORS; see Surveyor. TAKING ILLEGAL; see Constitution, $ 143; Crimes, SS 20–23; Extortion. TO BE TENDERED ON SERVING WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS OR CERTIORARI; see Certiorari,

$ 17; State Writs, SS 10-13. OF OR BY Town CLERKS; see Bill of Sale, $ 4; Consolidated School Law, SS 76, 164;

Domestic Relations Law, & 17; Mechanics' Liens, 8 61; Town Law, SS 121, 124,

126, 128, 178, 178a. FOR TRANSCRIBING COUNTY RECORDS; see County Law, $ 26. OF TURNPIKE OR PLANK Road INSPECTORS; see Transportation Corporations Law, S 134. FOR WEIGHING CANAL BOATS; see Canal Law, $ 161.

OF WITNESSES; see Board of Claims, $ 16; Costs, $ 13; Depositions, $ 5; Drainage, $ 5;

Evidence, SS 26, 85, 86, 89, 113, 140, 141; Fisheries, etc., Law, $ 235; Justices'
Courts, S$ 279, 280; Legislative Law, SS 62–64; Public Health Law, $ 21; Railroad
Law, SS 157, 159, 164; Sheriff, § 14; State Board of Mediation, etc., § 10; State

Charities Law, § 106; Town Law, $ 104; Trials, SS 268, 367.
See also Commissions ; Expenses ; Salaries.
For earlier laws on this subject see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1789, c. 25; L. 1801,
Revised Acts, c. 190 (K. & R. 66-88); 2 R. L. 1813, c. 83, pp. 3-30.

FEE SIMPLE, FEE TAIL.
See Real Property.

FEIGNED ISSUES.
ABOLISHED; see Trials, $ 10.
See also Issues.

FELONIES. Punishment of felonies when not fixed by statute. A person convicted of a crime declared to be a felony, for which no other punishment is specially prescribed by this code, or by any other statutory provision in force at the time of the conviction and sentence, is punishable by imprisonment for not more than seven years, or by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars, or by both. Pen. Code, § 14.

133 N. Y. 214; 44 N. Y. St. R. 752. ACCESSORIES TO; see Crimes, SS 9–12. ARREST FOR; see Arrest, 88 96, 103-106, 109, 141. BAIL FOR; see Arrest, S$ 114, 115, 119, 133, 142. CHALLENGES IN TRIALS FOR; see Trials, g 247. CIVIL DAMAGES FOR COMMISSION OF; see Convicts, SS 4, 5. CONFINEMENT OF PERSONS CHARGED WITH; see County Law, $ 90. CONVICTS AS WITNESSES IN TRIALS FOR; see Evidence ; Prisons, SS 133, 134. OF CORPORATIONS; see Penal Code, $ 7. DEFINITION OF; see Crimes, 88 2, 3; Imprisonment, 88 1–3. DEPOSITION OF PERSON IMPRISONED FOR; see Depositions, $ 8. DISMISSAL NO BAR TO SECOND PROSECUTION FOR; see Dismissal, $ 7. DISQUALIFICATION ON CONVICTION FOR; see Attorneys, etc., § 13; Convicts, & 8; Election

Law, S 11; Liquor Tax Law, $ 23; Military Code, S 86; Public Health Law, SS 140,

162, 171, 179e; Qualification; Trials, $ 249. EXTRADITION OF PERSONS CHARGED WITH; see Fugitives from Justice. HABEAS CORPUS FOR PERSONS CONFINED FOR; see Habeas Corpus, SS 1, 2; Tenants for

Life, $ 6. INSANITY OF PERSONS INDICTED FOR; see Insanity Law, 8 90. JOINT INDICTMENT FOR; see Trials, $ 265. JURISDICTION OF; see Jurisdiction. JUSTICE's DOCKET IN CASES OF; see Comm ent, $ 33. LIMITATION OF PROSECUTIONS FOR; see Limitations, ss 55-58. PRESENCE OF DEFENDANT CHARGED WITH, WHEN NECESSARY; see Arraignment, S 2; Judg

ment, etc., $ 99; Trials, SS 230, 301, 308, 332. PRISONER CHARGED WITH, BEFORE WHOM TO BE TAKEN; see Arrest, S 84. PUNISHMENT FOR; see Death Penalty; Imprisonment, $8 2, 3; Public Officers Law, $ 127;

Penal Code, 87; Prisons, s8 74, 249, 250; Sentence. SEARCH OF PERSONS CHARGED WITH; see Search Warrants, $ 24. SEARCH WARRANT FOR PROPERTY USED IN COMMITTING; see Search Warrants, $ 3. SECOND OFFENSE AFTER CONVICTION OF, OR OF MISDEMEANOR; see Burglary, § 13; Con

cealing Birth, etc., & 2; Crimes, SS 38, 39; Habitual Criminals ; Sentence, $ 2. STAY ON CONVICTION OF; see Appeals, $ 84; Stay. Note.- In the case of the People vs. Lyons, 99 N. Y. 210, the court of appeals held that the

maximum of the punishment fixed by the statute, and not that actually inflicted by the
court, determined whether the crime was a felony or a misdemeanor. The above-men-
tioned rule bas, therefore, been followed in making up the enumeration of felonies
given below, as well as in the enumeration of misdemeanors given under that heading.
Owing to the extremely loose way in which some of the acts are drawn, it has been very
difficult to determine in some cases whether a particular crime was a felony or a
misdemeanor.

Enumerated.
ABANDONMENT OF CHILDREN; see Children, S 43.
ABDUCTION; see Abduction.
ABORTION; see Abortion.
ADVERTISING COUNTERFEIT MONEY; see Forgery, S 21.
AIDING, ABETTING, OR ATTEMPTING SUICIDE; see Suicide, Ss 3-7.

ALTERING DRAFT OR COPY OF Bill; see Legislative Law, SS 85, 86.
ARSON; see Arson.
ASSAULT; see Assault.
ATTEMPT TO COMMIT CRIME; see Crimes, S 36.
AUDIT OR PAYMENT OF FRAUDULENT CLAIMS; see Public Officers Law, SS 119, 120.
BIGAMY: see Bigamy.
BODY STEALING, ETC.; see Burial, ss 4-6.
BOOKMAKING; see Betting, etc., S 28.
BRIBERY; see Bribery, $$ 1-6, 8–12; Civil Service, $ 13; Constitution, SS 143, 144, 153;

Indian Law, SS 550, 55c.
BURGLARY; see Burglary, SS 1-9, 11, 12.
CARRYING OR ATTEMPTING TO USE CERTAIN WEAPONS; see Weapons, SS 2, 3.
CERTAIN OFFENSES BY TRAMPS; see Vagrants, $ 14.
BEING A COMMON GAMBLER; see Betting and Gaming, $ 21.
COMPELLING ADJOURNMENT OR OTHER ACT BY LEGISLATURE; see Legislative Law, SS 82,

84. COMPELLING WOMAN TO MARRY, ETC.; see Marriage, $ 1. COMPOUNDING FELONIES; see Compounding Crimes, $ 1. CONSPIRACIES; see Conspiracy, S 2. CONTRIVING OR DRAWING LOTTERY; see Lotteries, $ 12. CORRUPT OMISSION OF NAME FROM PANEL OF TRIAL JURORS; see Trials, $ 177. CRIMES AGAINST NATURE; see Nature. DELIVERY OF FALSE BILL OF LADING TO CANAL COLLECTOR; see Canal Law, $ 201. DELIVERY OF PROPERTY BY DEPOSITARY WITHOUT CANCELLATION OF RECEIPTS, ETC.; see

Fraud, $ 16. DESTROYING INSURED PROPERTY; see Insurance Law, $ 328. DUELLING, ETC.; see Duels and Challenges, SS 1-3, 6. UNDER ELECTION LAW; see Election Law, śS 33, 35, 66, 104, 110, 225, 227, 233, 236, 239, 240,

251, 252. EMBEZZLEMENT; see County Law, $ 149c ; Larceny, S$ 14–16; Public Officers Law, S$ 105,

120–122. ESCAPING OR AIDING ESCAPE; see Escapes, SS 4-10; Prisons, $ 129; Rescues, $ 1; Resist

ance, $ 1.
EXTORTION, ETC.; see Blackmail, $ 1; Extortion, SS 14.
FALSE CERTIFICATE AS TO:

RECORD OF DEEDS, ETC.; see Public Officers Law, $ 116.
ESTIMATES, ETC., BY CANAL OFFICIALS; see Canal Law, $ 200.
LETTERS OR RUMORS AS TO PUBLIC FUNDS, ETC.; see Fraud, $ 2.

PERSONATION; see False Personation, SS 1-3.
FALSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS BY PUBLIC OFFICER; see Public Officers Law, S 122.
FORGERY; see Forgery.
FRAUDULENTLY PROCURING OR USING NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE; see Election Law,

SS 251, 252. GRAND LARCENY; see Larceny. INCEST; see Incest. INJURING SALT WORKS; see Salt Springs Law, $ 53. INJURY TO PUBLIC RECORDS; see Forgery, $ 1; Public Officers Law, S 105 ISSUING FICTITIOUS WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS; see Fraud, SS 11-14. KIDNAPPING; see Kidnapping. MAIMING; see Maiming. MAKING FALSE MANIFEST, BILL OF LADING, ETC.; see Fraud, SS 11, 13, 14; Shipping, $ 42. MALICIOUS MISCHIEF; see Canal Law, $ 204; Injuries; Malicious Mischief, SS 1-4, 6, 9;

Religious Corporations Law, $ 117. MANSLAUGHTER; see Homicide. MARRYING PERSON ALREADY MARRIED; see Bigamy, $ 4. MISCONDUCT OF DIRECTORS OR OFFICERS OF CORPORATIONS; see Corporations, SS 166, 167,

173. MURDER; see Homicide. NEGLIGENT USE OF EXPLOSIVES; see Nuisance, $ 9. OBTAINING MONEY OR SICNATURE BY MOCK AUCTION; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 54e. OBTAINING PROPERTY BY FALSE PRETENSES; see False Pretenses, SS 1, 3-5. OFFERING FALSE OR FORGED INSTRUMENTS TO BE RECORDED; see Forgery, S 2. OFFERING OR PREPARING FALSE EVIDENCE; see Evidence, SS 121, 123. PERJURY AND SUBORNATION OF PERJURY; see Perjury. PETIT TREASON; see Homicide, S 4. POISONING; see Poisons. POOL SELLING, ETC.; see Betting and Gaming, S 28. POSSESSION OF COUNTERFEIT COIN; see Forgery, $ 20. PRESENTING FALSE PROOFS OF Loss; see Insurance Law, $ 329. PRESENTING FRAUDULENT CLAIMS TO PUBLIC OFFICERS; see Public Officers Law, S 126. PREVENTING MEETING OR ORGANIZATION OF LEGISLATURE; see Legislative Law, S 81a. PRODUCTION OF PRETENDED HEIR, ETC.; see Heirs, $ 7. PUBLISHING FALSE EXECUTIVE MESSAGES OR PROCLAMATIONS; see Fraud, S 18.

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PUTTING UP MEDICAL PRESCRIPTIONS WITHOUT BEING QUALIFIED; see Drugs, etc., & 5.
RACING HORSE UNDER FALSE NAME, ETC.; see Horses, SS 24, 26.
RAPE; see Rape.
RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY; see Larceny, $$ 23, 24.
RESISTING EXECUTION OF PROCESS, ETC.; see Resistance, $ 1.
RIOTING; see Mobs and Riots, $ 2.
ROBBERY; see Roblery.
SEDUCTION; see Seduction.
SEIZING MILITARY STORES BELONGING TO STATE; see Military Code, S 336.
SELLING OR PLEDGING PROPERTY RECEIVED FOR TRANSPORTATION OR STORAGE; see Fraud,

S 15.
SUBSTITUTING ONE CHILD FOR ANOTHER; see Children, $ 42.
TREASOX; see Treason.
UNLAWFULLY TAKING PERSON OUT OF STATE ON CRIMINAL CHARGE; see Fugitives from

Justice, & 1.
VIOLATIONS OF HEALTH LAWs; see Public Health Law, $ 1319.

OF LIQUOR Tax LAW; see Liquor Tax Law, $ 35.
OF LAWS RELATING TO RAILROADS; see Railroad Law, SS 195-199, 206.

OF QUARANTINE LAWS; see Public Health.Law, SSS 131a-131d.
WILFUL DESTRUCTION OF VESSEL; see Shipping, SS 40, 41.
See also Convicts; Crimes ; Misdemeanors ; Punishment.

FEMALES.
See Women.

FENCES. Note.- For the former provisions relating to this subject see Birdseye's R. S., 1st ed., p. 1155

et seq. For the present provisions see Town Law, SS 100-108. DESTRUCTION OF, TO CHECK FOREST FIRES; see Fisheries, etc., Law, $ 277. DUTY TO MAKE AND MAINTAIN; see Railroad Law, S 32; Transportation Corporations

Law, $ 53. TO GUARD ICE CUTTINGS; see Ice, SS 5, 9. MECHANICS LIENS FOR BUILDING; see Mechanics' Liens, SS 31-56. OBSTRUCTING ROADS; see Highway Law, SS 101, 105; Transportation Corporations Law,

S 142.
· PROTECTION OF; see Transportation Corporations Law, S 53.

REGULATIONS CONCERNING; see Town Law, $ 24.
REMOVAL OF, TO PREVENT SNOWDRIFTS; see Highway Law, SS 72, 164c-164e.
FENCE VIEWERS; see County Law, $ 118; Distress, SS 1-9; Drainage, SS 41, 42, 44; Town

Law, SS 23, 24, 124, 132, 135. For earlier laws on this subject see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, $ 15; L. 1801, Revised Acts, c. 78 (1 K. & R. 832, $ 14, and 833, & 15); 2 R. L. 1813, c. 35, p. 133, $$ 17, 18,

FENNER, Town OF.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 49.

FENTON, Town OF.
See L. 1880, c. 551, $ 3.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 54.

FEOFFMENT.
CONVEYANCES BY, ABOLISHED; see Real Property Law, S 206.

FERRETS. See Fisheries, etc., Law, $ 49.

FERRIES. Note.- For the former provisions relating to this subject see Birdseye's R. S., 1st ed., p. 1158

et seq. For the present provisions see Highway Law, SS 170–172. 1 Ferries. A person who:

1. Maintains a ferry for profit or hire upon any of the waters of this state without authority of law; or,

2. Having entered into a recognizance to keep or maintain a ferry, violates the condition of such recognizance; is guilty of a misdemeanor. Where such ferry is upon waters dividing two counties, the offender may be prosecuted in either county. Pen. Code, § 415, as amd L. 1892, c. 692.

? Penalty for neglect to post schedule of ferry rates. A person. corporation or association operating any ferry in this state, or between this state and any other state, operating from or to a city of five hundred thousand inhabitants or over,

posting a false schedule of ferry rates, or neglecting to post in a conspicuous and accessible place in each of its ferry-houses, in plain view of the passengers, a schedule, plainly printed in the English language, of the rates of ferriage charged thereon and authorized by law to be charged for ferriage over such ferry, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Pen. Code, $ 415a, added by L. 1893, c. 692. See similar provisions under Highway Law, S 174; Transportation Corporations Law,

$ 6. CONNECTIONS OF ELEVATED ROADS WITH; see Railroad Law, $ 131. DISORDERLY CONDUCT ON FERRY BOATS; see Penal Code, S 8. FEES FOR TAKING RECOGNIZANCES OF PERSONS KEEPING; gee County Law, § 165k. LEASE OF RIGHT OF WAY ACROSS STATE LANDS ADJOINING; see Highway Law, 173. RAILROAD COMPANIES MAY OPERATE; see Railroad Law, $ 54. ROPE FERRIES; see Highway Law, $ 172. No TOLL TO MILITIA MEN, WHEN; see Military Code, $ 339. Tolls CHARGED ON; see County Law, $ 73; Indian Law, $ 15; Military Code, SS 148, 339. STEAM FERRY BOATS TO CARRY SMALL Boats; see Navigation, 8 27.

See also Ferry Companies.

For earlier laws on this subject see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1797, c. 64; L. 1801, Revised Acts (1 K. & R. 163); 2 R. L., 1813, c. 64, p. 210.

FERRY COMPANIES. Note.— These corporations were formerly chartered under L. 1853, c. 135. See Birdseye's

R. S., 1st ed., p. 1159 et seq. Now to be chartered under the Transportation Corpo

rations Law, 882–6.
EMPLOYMENT OF INTEMPERATE PERSONS BY; see Liquor Tax Law, $ 41.
TAXATION OF; see Tax Law, S 184.
See also Corporations; Transportation Corporations Law.

FERTILIZERS.
MANUFACTURE OF; see Domestic Commerce Law, SS 380-38k.

FEUDAL TENURES.
ABOLISHED; see Constitution, & 11.

FICTITIOUS.
NAME SIGNED TO PROSPECTUS; see Corporations, s 165.
NAME FORBIDDEN IN INSURANCE BUSINESS, ETC.; see Insurance Law, $ 54.

FIDELITY.
BONDS; see Banking Law, $ 111.
COMPANIES; see Credit Guaranty, etc., Companies ; Insurance Law, $ 70; Undertakings,

SS 2, 3.

Note.- These corporations were formerly chartered under L. 1886, c. 611, and L. 1853, c. 463,

as amended, and L. 1881, c. 486. See Birdseye's R. S., 1st ed., pp. 787, 1604, and 1657 et seq.

FIDUCIARY CAPACITY. CONVERSION OF PROPERTY RECEIVED IN; see Arrest, $ 2; Attachment, S 3; Banking Law,

$ 160; County Law, $ 149c; Justices' Courts, S 35; Larceny, $$ 14-16; Limitations,

$ 49; Public Officers Law, SS 105, 120–122. See also Trusts and Trustees; Undertakings, $ 3.

FILING PAPERS. Papers in special proceedings. A return or other paper in a special proceeding, where no other disposition thereof is prescribed by law, must be filed, and an order therein must be entered, with the clerk of the county in which the special proceeding is taken, if it is before a county officer, or a judge of a court established in a city; if before a justice of the supreme court, with the clerk of a county designated by the justice; or, if no designation is made by him, of a county where one of the parties resides. Code Civ. Pro., § 825.

18 W. D. 563; 50 N. Y. Super. 69; s. c. 5 Civ. Pro. 42; 22 Abb. N. C. 439; 67 N. Y. St. R. 290. ACCOUNTS OF EXECUTORS, ETC.; see Accounts, etc. AFFIDAVIT AS TO CHANGE OF NAME; see Names, $ 6. CONDITIONAL CONTRACTS OF SALE; see Bill of Sale. CONSENT TO RECEIVE A GROSS SUM IN LIEU OF DoWER OR OTHER UNDIVIDED INTEREST;

see Partition, $ 38. CORPORATION CERTIFICATES, ETC.; see Certificates, etc., and UNDER THE TITLES OF THE

SEVERAL CORPORATIONS.

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