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For FALSE STATEMENTS OR ESTIMATES BY CANAL OFFICIALS; see Canal Law, $ 200.
FOR FALSELY ASSUMING TO BE AN OFFICER; see New York Harbor, SS 52, 64.
FOR FELONIES WHERE PUNISHMENT IS NOT FIXED BY STATUTE; see Felonies; Penal Code,

S 7.
FOR FIGHTING ANIMALS, ETC.; see Animals, S 45.
FOR FLOATING TIMBER WITHOUT HAVING GIVEN BOND; see Timber, $ 18.
FOR FRAUD IN OBTAINING MEDICAL OR VETERINARY DIPLOMA, OR FOR PRACTICING WITH-

OUT LICENSE; see Public Health Law, SS 153, 164, 179e.
FOR HAZING; see Hazing, $ 1.
FOR HORSE RACING IN NEW UTRECHT; see Racing, $ 4.
FOR ILLEGAL PARADES; see Processions.
IMPOSED ON ACCESSORY TO FELONY; see Crimes, $ 12.

BY FINAL ORDER IN MANDAMUS PROCEEDINGS; see Mandamus, $ 24.
ON JUROR8; see Code of Civil Procedure, & 11; Grand Juries, Š 11; Justices' Courts,

SS 137, 153; Trials, 88 94-100, 171-175, 193, 214, 340, 366.
BY MAYOR UPON PAWNBROKER; see Pawnbrokers, $ 11.
UPON PRISONERS AND CONVICT8; see Prisons, SS 108, 109.
ON WITNESSES; see Consolidated School Law, 69; Indian Law, $ 47; Justices'

Courts, SS 118-122; Labor Statistics, $ 3. IMPRISONMENT UNTIL PAYMENT OF; see Contempt, $ 21: County Law, $ 100; Executions,

88 139, 140; Judgment, etc., & 110; Trials, 88 354, 357. FOR INTOXICATION; see Liquor Tax Law, $ 40. JURISDICTION OF ACTIONS TO RECOVER; see Justices' Courts, SS 2, 8. FOR LEVYING POLITICAL ASSESSMENTS; see Civil Service, SS 10, 11. LIMIT OF, IN COURTS OF SPECIAL SESSIONS; see Trials, $ 353. FOR MISCONDUCT BY DIRECTORS OR OFFICERS OF CORPORATIONS; see Corporations, SS 166,

172, 173; Forgery, $ 12; Insurance Law, 8 323. FOR MISDEMEANORS WHERE PUNISHMENT IS NOT FIXED BY STATUTE; see Misdemeanors,

$ 1.
FOR NEGLECT OR MISCONDUCT, BY CONSTABLE; see Sheriff, $ 4; Trials, $ 215.

BY COUNTY TREASURER; see County Law, $ 141, subd. 5.
BY INSPECTORS OF TURNPIKES AND PLANKROADS; see Transportation Corporations

Law, S 134.
BY OVERSEERS OF THE POOR; see Poor Law, $ 170.
To Pay Dues; see Banking Law, 175.
BY SHERIFF; see Trials, $ 215.
BY SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE POOR; see Poor Law, $ 170.

BY SUPERVISORS; see Consolidated School Law, 8 35.
FOR OBTAINING REGISTRATION AS DENTIST BY FRAUD; see Public Health Law, ss 162,

164. FOR OFFENSES AGAINST FACTORY ACT; see Children, ss 23, 38. FOR OFFENSES AGAINST FISH AND GAME Laws; see Fisheries, etc., Law, SS 40–50, 70-82,

85a-850, 100-114, 118, 121, 130–154, 161-175, 184–194, 230-248, 263, 279. FOR OFFENSES AGAINST PRISON DISCIPLINE; see Prisons, ss 108, 109, 137. FOR OVERCHARGING FOR USE OF GRAIN ELEVATORS; see Domestic Commerce Law, S 32. FOR PERMITTING ESCAPE; see Trusts, etc., $ 57. FOR PERMITTING MASQUERADES, ETC.; see Disguises, $ 2. FOR PRACTICING AS DENTIST WITHOUT AUTHORITY; see Public Health Law, $ 164. FOR PRACTICING OR PERMITTING PRACTICE BY ATTORNEY, NOT ADMITTED; see Attorneys,

etc., § 10. PROCEEDS OF, HOW DISPOSED OF; see Animals, $ 49; Brooklyn, $ 19; Children, $ 49; Con

solidated School Law, SS 30, 35, 40-45; County Law, $ 233; Justices' Courts, $ 15; Navigation, ss 13, 20, Poor Law, $ 135; Prisons, $ 109; Town Law, SS 586, 265, 267;

Trials, SS 362-364, 382, 383; Villages, $ 96. FOR PUBLISHING FALSE EXECUTIVE MESSAGES, ETC.; see Fraud, S 18. RECORD AND REPORT OF, BY POLICE JUSTICES; see Villages, S 96. For REFUSAL TO ADMIT INSPECTOR TO MINE; see Mines, $ 8. FOR REFUSAL TO ASSIST IN EXTINGUISHING FOREST FIRES ; see Fisheries, etc., Law,

$ 275. FOR REFUSAL TO GIVE INFORMATION, ETC., TO COMMISSIONER OF STATISTICS OF LABOR; see

Labor Statistics, S 3. FOR REFUSAL TO GIVE INFORMATION TO STATE CHARITIES COMMISSION; see State Charities

Law, $ 7. REMISSION OF; see County Courts, Ss 12–15; Judgment, etc., $ 110; Military Code, S 226. FOR SALE BY OFFICER OF CORPORATION OF FORGED STOCK OR BONDS; see Forgery, $ 12. FOR SELLING Goods ON CANAL Boats WITHOUT LICENSE; see Canal Law, 8 198. FOR SELLING LOTTERY TICKETS; see Lotteries, $ 6. TAKING CHATTELS TO SATISFY; see Chattels, SS 2, 7. FOR TRESPASSING ON GROUNDS OF CERTAIN CORPORATIONS; see Benevolent, etc., Socie

ties, 88. FOR TRESPASSING ON PRIVATE GROUNDS BY FISHING, HUNTING, ETC.; see Fisheries, etc.,

Law, SS 210, 216.
FOR UNLAWFUL REMOVAL OF PAUPERS; see Poor Law, SS 50, 171.
FOR UNLAWFUL USE OF BARRELS; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 79.

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FOR UNLAWFUL USE OF TRADEMARKS; see Domestic Commerce Law, & 289; Trades

Unions, $ 1.
FOR USURPATION OF OFFICE OR FRANCHISE; see Actions, 8 58.
FOR VIOLATION OF LAWS RELATING TO:

APPRENTICES; see Domestic Relations Law, $ 75.
AUCTIONS AND AUCTIONEERS; see Domestic Commerce Law, SS 54a, 546, 54d, 54ė.
BAKERIES; see Food, 87.
BANKING; see Banking Law, SS 82, 87, 89; Corporations, SS 172, 173, 181.
COMBUSTIBLES; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 27; Nuisance, S 9.
COUNTY ROADS; see Highway Luw, 8 164p.
DAIRY PRODUCTS; see Agricultural Law, SS 11, 37.
ELECTIONS; see Election Law, 88 12, 236, 249; Military Code, & 142.
EMIGRANTS; see Emigrants, SS 48, 72–74, 83, 84, 86.
EXCISE; see Courts of Special Sessions, s 1. subd. 33; Liquor Tax Law, SS 88–40.
FIRE-ESCAPES; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 40.
GAMING; see Betting and Gaming, SS 21, 26-28.
HIGHWAYS; see Highway Law, SS 19, 20, 22, 23, 65, 67, 69, 208, 209.
HOURS OF LABOR; see Employers, etc., § 4; Railroad Law, $ 42d.
INSURANCE; see Insurance Law, SS 53, 180, 213, 321, 323.
MILITIA; see Malicious Mischief, § 5, subd. 13; Military Code, ss 107, 213, 226-233,

235, 237–241, 243. NATURALIZATION; see Naturalization, 88 9, 10. NAVIGATION, HARBORS, ETC.; see Navigation, ss 11, 17, 32-85 : New York Harbor,

SS 14, 15, 20-22, 51, 52, 54, 55, 63, 64; 8:. Lawrence River; Seamen, SS 5-9, 16–18. PRESERVATION OF TIMBER AND STONE ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS; see Indian Law,

SS 23, 59.
QUARANTINE; see Public Health Law, SS 104, 131a-131c, 131g.
RAILROADS; see Railroad Law, SS 192, 206.
SALE OF HAY; see Domestic Commerce Law, ss 100, 101, 103-105.
SHELL-FISH; see Fisheries, etc., Law, SS 184-195.

TAXES; see Taxes, SS 34, 180, 181, 309.
FOR WILFUL INJURIES TO PROPERTY; see Malicious Mischief, ss 5, 9, 11.
FOR WILFUL MISCONDUCT OF OFFICERS GENERALLY; see Public Officers Law, § 123.

For other cases where fines are imposed as punishment for offenses, and usually with imprisonment, see Felonies ; Misdemeanors.

Penalties. ACTIONS TO RECOVER; see Actions, SS 44, 72; Consolidated School Law, SS 49, 262, 264;

Costs, $ 39; Limitations, SS 22, 23, 26, 33, 35; Poor Law, $ 3, subd. 9; Town Law, SS 80, 182; Trials, $ 21; Transportation Corporations Law, Ś 145; Villages, SS 145,

146. FOR ABSENCE OF EMPLOYEE TO VOTE; see Election Law, $ 109, FOR ADULTERATION, ETC.; see Agricultural Law, $ 53. ARREST IN ACTIONS TO RECOVER; see Arrest, S. 2; Justices' Courts, $ 35. OF Boxds, ETC.; see Bonds; Recognizances ; Undertakings. FOR BRINGING SUIT IN NAME OF ANOTHER WITHOUT AUTHORITY; see Actions, $ 39. FOR CARRYING ON BUSINESS OF PAWNBROKER WITHOUT LICENSE; see Pawnbrokers, $ 2. FOR CAUSING REARREST OF PERSON DISCHARGED ON HABEAS CORPUS OR CERTIORARI; see

Habeas Corpus, SS 46, 62. FOR CHARGING RENT FOR GAS-METERS; see Transportation Corporations Law, $ 69. COMPOUNDING; see Compounding Crimes, $ 1; Emigrants, SS 15, 34. FOR DISOBEDIENCE TO FINAL ORDER DISCHARGING PRISONER; see Habeas Corpus, § 44. FOR DISOBEDIENCE TO WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS; see Habeas Corpus, & 9. FOR DRAWING FLOATING TIMBER TO SHORE; see Timber, $ 217. FOR EMBRACERY; see Trials, & 213. FOR EMPLOYING INTEMPERATE PERSONS IN.. CERTAIN CAPACITIES; . see Highway Law,

S$ 158, 159; Liquor Tax Law, $ 42. FOR EMPLOYMENT OF CHILDREN WITHOUT CERTIFICATE OF SCHOOL ATTENDANCE; see Con

solidated School Law, $ 316. FOR ENTERING UPON DUTIES OF OFFICE WITHOUT HAVING TAKEN OATH; see Public Offi.

cers Law, $ 20; Town Law, $ 51. EXECUTION ON JUDGMENT FOR; see Justices' Courts, S 170. For EXHIBITING CERTAIN Shows; see Exhibitions, s 1. POR FAILURE OF CLERK TO DOCKET JUDGMENT PROMPTLY, ETC.; see Judgment, etc., § 48.

OF CORPORATIONS TO MAKE REPORT, OR FOR MAKING FALSE REPORT; see Banking Law, SS 21, 189; Corporations, S 184; Railroad Law, 8.57; Stock Corporation Law,

$ 30. OF COUNTY TREASURER TO ACCOUNT AS TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATOR; see Executors,

etc., $ 32.

TO DELIVER BOOKS, ETC., TO OFFICIAL SUCCESSOR;.. sec Consolidated School Law,

SS 84, 118, subd. 7; County Law, § 147; Town Law, $ 84; Villages, $ 154.
TO DELIVER DESCRIPTION OF DOG TO ASSESSOR, ETC.; see County Law, S 112.
TO DEPOSIT RECORDS OF DISSOLVED SCHOOL DISTRICT WITH Town CLERK; see Con-
solidated School Law, § 84.

FOR FAILURE - (Continued)

TO KEEP OR REFUSAL TO EXHIBIT TRANSFER BOOK; see Corporations, 8 184; Stock Cor.

poration Law, SS 29, 53. TO KILL DOG AFTER NOTICE; see County Law, SS 124, 125. To LIGHT ELEVATED RAILROAD CARS; see Cities, $ 15. TO MARK Hop Bags; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 100. OF OFFICER DISTRAINING, TO FILE PAPERS OR PAY ÖVER MONEY8; see Distress, $ 23;

Town Law, $ 133. OF OFFICER SEIZING MILK TO DELIVER SEALED SAMPLE; see Public Health Law,

& 45. TO PAY FOR STATE LANDS PURCHASED; see Public Lands Law, & 34. TO PAY TAXES; see Tax Law, S 223. OF PERSON SIGNING TESTATOR'S NAME TO WRITE His own NAME AS A WITNESS; see

Wills, $ 9. TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTION FOR CHILD; see Consolidated School Law, SS 315, 316, 329. TO REPAIR TOLL-BRIDGE; see Highway Law, $ 13. OF SUBSCRIBING WITNESS TO STATE RESIDENCE; see Wills, $ 9. OF TENANT TO DELIVER PROCESS OR GIVE NOTICE TO LANDLORD; see Real Property

Law, $ 195; Summary Proceedings, $ 12. FOR FALSE STATEMENTS OR REFUSAL TO GIVE INFORMATION AS TO PERSONS LIABLE TO

• MILITARY DUTY; see Military Code, & 5. FOR FALSELY SWEARING TO CLAIM AGAINST INSOLVENT DEBTOR; see Insolvency, § 11. FOR FAST DRIVING OVER BRIDGE; ses Highway Law, SS 143, 144; Transportation Cor

porations Law, S 143.
FOR FISHING IN PRIVATE WATERB; see Fisheries, etc., Law, SS 210, 215.
IMPOSED ON ATTORNEY LENDING HIS NAME; see Attorneys, etc., § 18.

BY BOARDS OF HEALTH; see Public Health Law, 8 71.
BY FIRE COMPANIES; see Town Law, S 171.
BY INDIAN OFFICIALS; see Indian Law, $ 80.
BY MAYOR UPON PAWNBROKERS; see Pawnbrokers, $ 11.
BY SUPERINTENDENT OF ONONDAGA SALT SPRINGS; see Salt Springs Law, $ 10.
BY Town MEETINGS; see Town Law, 8 24.

BY VILLAGE TRUSTEES; see Villages, Ss 45 (subd. 27), 207.
IMPRISONMENT FOR NON-PAYMENT OF; see Villages, 146.
For INJURIES TO TREES; see Highway Law, S$ 43a, 436.
JURISDICTION OF ACTIONS TO RECOVER; see Albany, $ 7; Justices' Courts, SS 2, 3; Now

York, $ 75.
FOR LEAVING HORSES UNTIED; see Highway Law, 160.
FOR MISCONDUCT BY JURORS; see Trials, S 212.
FOR NEGLECT OR MISCONDUCT BY ASSESSORS; see Tax Law, $ 40.

BY CLET.K OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS; see County Law, $ 54; Poor Law, S 14.
BY EXCISE COMMISSIONERS; see Liquor Tax Law, S 37.
BY COUNTY TREASURER; see County Law, SS 140, 148.
BY OVERSEERS OF THE POOR; see Poor Law, § 14.
BY SCHOOL OFFICERS; see Consolidated School Law, SS 114, 117, 118, 270, 272.
BY SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE POOR; see Poor Law, $ 14.

BY SUPERVISORS; see County Law, Ś 11; Town Law, $ 81.
FOR OBSTRUCTING FLOATING TIMBER; see Timber, S 10.
FOR OFFENSES AGAINST ELECTION Laws; see Consolidated School Law, SS 97, 99.
FOR OFFENSES AGAINST FISH AND GAME LAWS; see Fisheries, etc., Law.
FOR ORDERING PARADE OR DRILL ON ELECTION DAY; see Military Code, S 142.
FOR PEDDLING WITHOUT LICENSE, OR REFUSING TO PRODUCE LICENSE; see Domestic

Commerce Law, S 65. FOR PRACTICING MEDICINE WITHOUT AUTHORITY; see Public Health Law, § 153. PROCEEDS OF, TO WHOM PAID, ETC.; see Animals, $ 49; Children, § 49; Consolidated

School Law, SS 30, 35, 40–45; County Law, $ 233; Navigation, 88 13, 20; Poor Law,

SS 14, 135, 156; Trusts, etc., 80; Villages, $ 96. RECORD AND REPORT OF, BY POLICE JUSTICES; see Villages, S 96. FOR RECUSANCY OF WITNESS; see Consolidated School Law, $ 69; Military Code, $ 220;

Real Property Law, $ 254. FOR REFUSAL TO DELIVER COPY OF MANDATE BY WHICH PRISONER IS DETAINED; see

Habeas Corpus, $ 60. TO DELIVER STANDARD WEIGHTS AND MEASURES TO OFFICIAL SUCCESSOR; see Domes

tic Commerce Law, $ 17. OF JUDGE TO GRANT WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS OR CERTIORARI; see Habeas Corpus,

$ 15. TO PERMIT INSPECTION OF GAS-METERS, ETC.; see Transportation Corporations Law,

SS 64, 67. TO SERVE IN CERTAIN OFFICES; see Consolidated School Law, $ 117; Town Law,

$ 51. TO SERVE NOTICE OF_School DISTRICT MEETING; see Consolidated School Law, $ 89. TO SUPPLY Gas; see Transportation Corporations Law, $ 65. OF TREASURER OF COMPANY TO EXHIBIT STATEMENT TO STOCKHOLDERS; see Stock Cor

poration Law, $ 52.

REMISSION OF; see State Funds, S 56.
For REMOVAL FROM THE STATE OF PERSON HELD TO SERVE IN ANOTHER STATE; see

Kidnapping, SS 5, 6.
RIGHT TO RECOVER NOT AFFECTED BY PENAL CODE; see Penal Code, S 14.
FOR SELLING ON EXECUTION WITHOUT NOTICE; see Executions, S 77.

FERTILIZERS IN UNMARKED PACKAGES; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 37.

UNSOUND OR MIXED FLOUR; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 78.
For SUFFERING CATTLE TO RUN AT LARGE; see Justices' Courts, SS 218, 219, 228, 233, 236,

249.
FOR TAKING DOWN OR DEFACING NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE; see Executions, $ 24.
FOR TAKING ILLEGAL BROKERAGE FEES; see Brokerage, S 5.
FOR TAKING PLEDGE FROM INDIAN FOR LIQUOR; see Indian Law, S 4.
FOR TAKING RAILS, ETC., FROM BANKS OF CANAL; see Canal Law, SS 174, 179, 180; Jus-

tices' Courts, $ 283.
FOR TRANSPORTING INDIAN MEAL ON DECK; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 79.
FOR TRESPASSING ON STATE OR INDIAN LANDS; see Indian Law, SS 8, 112, Public Lands

Law, 88 8, 8a.
on Town LANDS; see Town Law, $ 183.
FOR UNLAWFUL REFUSAL TO DISCHARGE PRISONER; see Justices' Courts, $ 179.

REMOVAL OF PAUPERS; see Poor Law, SS 50, 55.

USE OF MILK Cans; see Domestic Commerce Law, 88 29, 29d.
FOR UNLICENSED Shows; see Exhibitions, SS 1, 2.
FOR VIOLATION OF LAWS RELATING TO:

APPRENTICES; see Domestic Relations Law, 8 77.
AUCTIONS AND AUCTIONEERS; see Domestic Commerce Law, SS 51, 54a, 546, 54d, 54e.
BANKING; sce Banking Law, S$ 21, 25, 42, 55, 57, 70, 82, 87, 89, 90, 92, 131.
CANALS; see Canal Law, SS 10, 23, 115, 161, 163, 164, 169-176, 178-180, 184.
DAIRY PRODUCTS; see Agricultural Law, S8 10a, 11, 37.
DISPOSAL OF DEAD BODIES; see Public Health Law, $ 207a.
EMIGRANTS; see Emigrants, SS 1, 15, 16, 34, 62, 68–73, 79, 80, 83, 84, 86, 90, 92–94.
EXCISE; see Liquor Tax Law, ss 33, 34, 36, 38, 52.
FERTILIZERS; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 38h.
GAMING; see Betting and Gaming, SS 2, 3, 12, 17, 18; Horses, SS 17, 24.
HIGHWAYS; see Highway Law, Ss 21-23, 65, 67, 69, 102-105, 153, 158-160, 164, 208, 209;

Indian Law, S 80; Railroad Law, $ 11d.
HORSE RACES; see Racing, SS 2, 3.
INSURANCE; see Insurance Law, S$ 48, 50, 53, 135, 136, 213, 270.
NAVIGATION AND HARBORS; see Albany, $ 12; Long Island Sound; Navigation, ss 9,

10, 12-31, 33, 34; New York Harbor, $$ 2-6, 9-15, 20-23, 25, 45, 49, 50, 55, 56.
PROTECTION OF MESSENGER Boys; see Messenger Boys.
RAILROADS; see Railroad Law, SS 32, 37a, 39, 45, 506, 53, 57, 98, 104, 140, 158.
SALT SPRINGS, ETC.; see Salt Springs Law. SS 14, 15, 18, 19, 24, 27, 34.
SHELL-Fish; see Fisheries, etc., Law, SS 184–195.
TAXES; see Tax Law, SS 23, 28, 34, 40, 57, 194, 200.
TELEGRAPHS; see Transportation Corporations Law, S 103.
TEXT-BOOK IN SCHOOLS; sec Consolidated School Law, $ 270.
TRADE-MARKS, ETC.; see Domestic Commerce Law, S$ 38, 387; Fraud, & 3a.
TURNPIKE AND PLANK ROAD COMPANIES; see Transportation Corporations Law,

SS 131, 132, 134, 136, 141-143, 145, 1519.
UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE; see Freight, etc., SS 1-5.
WEEDS; see Highway Law, $ 70.

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES; see Domestic Commerce Law, $ 9: Tare.
WILFUL NEGLECT TO PROSECUTE FOR; see Consolidated School Law, S 261.
FOR WILFULLY SETTING AT LARGE THE CATTLE OF ANOTHER; see Justices' Courts, $ 235.
WITNESS WHEN NOT COMPELLED TO ANSWER QUESTION TENDING TO SUBJECT HIM TO; see

Corporations, S 88; Evidence, $ 11.
For WRONGFUL DELIVERY BY OFFICER OF REPLEVIED CHATTEL; see Chattels, $ 19; Jus-

tices' Courts, 8 68.
See also Damages.

Forfeitures.
ACTIONS FOR; see Actions, SS 44, 72; Consolidated School Law, $ 49; Limitations, SS 3,

22, 23, 26, 33, 35; Treason, SS 5-10; Trials, $ 21.
OF ALLOWANCES FOR GOOD CONDUCT, ETC., BY PRISONER; see Prisons, $ 108.
OF ANIMALS USED FOR ILLEGAL RACING; see Betting and Gaming, Sg 9, 29; Horses, 8 16.
OF BOND OF CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS; see Court of Appeals, § 91.
OF Pawx-BROKING COMPANY; see Banking Law, $ 218.
OF COMMODITIES EXPOSED FOR SALE ON SUNDAY; see Sunday, $ 12.
COMPOUNDING; see Compounding Crimes, $ 1.
OF CONTRACT, FOR VIOLATION OF EIGHT-HOUR LAW; see Employers, etc., $ 4.
COSVETANCE OF FEE BY TENANT FOR LIFE OR YEARS NOT TO WORK; see Real Property

Law, S 212.
CoxvicTIONS FOR CRIME DO NOT WORK; see Convicts, $ 2.

2016.

OF CORPORATE RIGHTS; see Banking Law, $ 25; Corporations, SS 31, 81, 88; Election

Law, & 246; Horses, & 14; Insurance Law, $ 130; Railroad Law, S8 95, 126; Tax

Law, Š 200; Transportation Corporations Law, 's 148.
OF EXCISE LICENSE; see Liquor Tax Law, S 34.
EXECUTION ON JUDGMENT FOR; see Justices' Courts, SS 170, 176.
EXPECTANT ESTATES NOT DEFEATED BY; see Real Property Law, $ 47,
FOR FAILURE TO PAY PROCEEDS OF STRAYS TO SUPERVISOR; see Town Law, S 133.),
OF FEES VOR SERVICE OF STALLION; see Horses, $ 28.
OF INSURANCE POLICY; see Insurance Lan, 88 88, 92.
OF JOINTURE, DOWER, ETC.; see Real Property Law, SS 179, 182.
UPON JUDGMENT OF OUTLAWRY; see Outlawry, SS 5, 6.
OF LANDS; see Limitations, S 3; Outlawry, $ 6; Public Lands Law, $ 36; Real Property

Law, SS 47, 212.
OF LEASE OF BUILDING USED FOR ILLEGAL PURPOSES; see Real Property Law, ss 2010,
OF LICENSE OF DENTIST; see Public Health Law, $ 162.
OF NETS, ETC., USED FOR UNLAWFUL FISHING; see Fisheries, etc., Law, $ 189.
OF OFFICE:

IN GENERAL; see Penal Code, S 15.
FOR ASKING OR RECEIVING REWARD FOR APPOINTMENTS; see Crimes, $ 25,
BY ATTORNEYS; see Attorneys, etc., SS 13–15, 21; Champerty, etc., $ 7.
FOR BRIBERY; see Bribery, SS 2, 6; Election Law, SS 242, 246.
BY CONSTABLE; see Champerty, etc., $7; Justices' Courts, $ 256.
BY COUNTY TREASURER; see Courty Law, $ 140; Executors, etc., § 29; Public

Administrators, & I.
BY DIRECTORS OR OFFICERS OF CORPORATIONS; see Insurance Law, $ 36.
FOR EMBEZZLEMENT; see Public Officers Law, $ 120.
BY HARBOR-MASTERS OR CAPTAIN OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK; see New York

Harbor, $ 57.
BY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE; sec Champerty, etc., $ 7; Commitment, S 33; Justices'

Courts, SS 256, 271.
BY MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE; see Legislative Law, S$ 3, 89.
BY OFFICER, ACTING WITHOUT HAVING QUALIFIED; see Crimes, & 16; Public Officers

Law, $ 37.
AUDITING OR PAYING FRAUDULENT CLAIMS; see Public Officers Law, SS 119, 120.
CONFINING PRISONERS IN ILLEGAL MANNER; see Jails, S 12.
CONNIVING AT ESCAPE; see Escapes, SS 2, 9.
CORRUPTLY DELEGATING OFFICIAL POWERS; see Crimes, S 26.

PERMITTING SALE OF LIQUOR IN PRISONS; see Jails, $ 17; Prisons, $ 137.
By RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OR THEIR EMPLOYEES; see Railroad Law, 168.
BY SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS; see Consolidated School Law, $ 67.
BY SCHOOL TRUSTEES; see Consolidated School Law, S 141."
UPON SENTENCE TO STATE PRISON; see Public Officers Law, $ 127.
By SHERIFF; see Escapes, SS 2, 9; Jails, SS 12, 17; Prisons, S 137.

BY TAKING FREE PASS, ETC.; see Constitution, $ 146.
OF PLEDGE TAKEN FOR DEBT FOR LIQUOR; see Liquor Tax Law, S 32.
OF PRIZES IN LOTTERIES; see Lotteries, SS 4, 19.
OF PROPERTY USED IN FIGHTING ANIMALS; see Animals, SS 31, 32.
REMISSION OF; see Arrest, $ 159; Children, 49; Consolidated School Law, $ 65.
OF SALARY BY OFFICERS OF BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS; see State Charities Law, S 29.
OF SALARY BY SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS; see Consolidated School Law, S 65.
OF SALT, FOR OWNER'S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSPECTION LAWS; see Salt Springs

Law, SS 14, 15, 27.
OF SHARES; see Banking Law, $ 180; Stock Corporation Law, $ 43.
FOR SUICIDE; see Suicide, $ 2.
OF TIME AND COMPENSATION BY PRISONERS see Prisons, SS 108, 110.
FOR TREASON; see Treason, SS 5, 10.
OF UNDERTAKINGS, ETC.; see Arrest, SS 62, 149–152, 155-160; Assignments for Benefit of

Creditors, $ 20. subd. 8; Bastardy, S$ 32, 44–48; Disorderly Persons, ss 12, 13;
Jail Liberties, SS 12, 18; Judgment, etc., § 101; State Funds, & 126; Trials, ss 375,

376.
WITNESS, WHEN NOT COMPELLED TO ANSWER QUESTION TENDING TO SUBJECT HIM TO;

see Corporations, $ 88; Evidence, $ 11.
See also Escheats.

The following are called Penalties or Forfeitures, but are really Damages.
FOR CONCEALING PROPERTY OF INSOLVENT DEBTOR; see Trusts, etc., $ 52.
FOR CONVERSION OF FLOATING TIMBER; see Timber, $ 2.
FOR FRAUDULENT SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY EXECUTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR; see Execu-

tors, etc., S 171.
FOR NEGLIGENCE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS; see Consolidated School Law, SS 171,
i 172, 260, 261.
FOR TRESPASSING ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS, ETC.; see Indian Law, SS 23, 103-105.
FOR WASTE BY GUARDIAN; see Domestic Relations Law, $ 53.

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