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404 An act to repeal certain acts passed by the board of supervisors of the county of Madison, for the protection of fish and game. L. 1895, p. 2104.

405 An act to regulate the taking of shad in the Nissequogue river within the boundaries of the town of Smithtown. L. 1895, p. 2133.

406 An act to amend the game laws in Montgomery county. . L. 1895, p. 2102.

407 An act for the further protection of game in Niagara county. L. 1894, p. 1979.

408 An act for the further protection of game and fish in the county of Oneida. Passed December 26, 1893, by the authority of section 273, article XII, chapter 448, of the Laws of 1892. L. 1895, p. 2095.

409 An act for the further protection of game and fish in the county of Oneida. L. 1895, p. 2116.

410 An act for the protection of hares, rabbits and fur-bearing animals in Onondaga county, N. Y. L. 1894, p. 1970.

411 An act for the protection of fish in the De Ruyter reservoir, as to that part thereof lying in Onondaga county, N. Y. L. 1894, p. 1971.

412 An act for the protection of trout, in the county of Oswego, N. Y. L. 1895, p. 2126.

413 An act entitled an act for the protection of the animal's commonly known as skunk and mink, in the county of Oswego, N. Y. L. 1895, p. 2127.

414 An act for the protection of game in the county of Oswego, N. Y. L. 1895, p. 2128.

415 An act entitled an act for the protection of fish in the waters at the mouth of Salmon river and Deer creek, Oswego county, N. Y. L. 1895, p. 2129.

416 An act to prevent the hunting of woodcock and partridges, with dogs, in the town of Burlington, Otsego county, New York, for the period of five years. L. 1893, p. 1850.

417 An act for the protection and preservation of fish in the waters of Wharton creek and Hoboken pond in the town of Pittsfield in the county of Otsego and state of New York and for the protection and preservation of partridges in said town. L. 1893, p. 1851.

418 An act to prohibit catching fish through the ice in Bear pond in the town of Decatur, county of Otsego and state of New York. L. 1893, p. 1852.

419 An act to prohibit fishing through the ice in Ferris pond in the town of Decatur, county of Otsego and state of New York, and to prohibit catching pickerel in said pond. L. 1893, p. 1854.

420 An act to afford additional protection to, and further restrictions for the protection of birds, fish and wild animals, except wild deer, and to prohibit the taking and killing of the same, and to provide for a license for non-residents of the state of New York for fishing and shooting in the county of Putnam. L. 1893, p. 1863.

421 An act to amend an act entitled “An act to provide additional protection to and further restrictions for the protection of birds, fish and wild animals, except wild deer, and to prohibit the taking of and killing the same, and to provide for a license for non-residents of the state of New York for fishing and shocting in the county of Putnam. L. 1895, p. 2113.

422 An act to preserve the fish in the brooks and lakes of the town of Stephentown, county of Rensselaer, and state of New York. L. 1894, p. 1960.

423 An ordinance for the additional protection to, and further restriction for, the protection of birds, wild animals, game and fish, within the county of Rensselaer, in the state of New York. L. 1894, p. 1961.

424 An ordinance for the additional protection to, and further restriction for the protection of birds, wild animals, game and fish, within the county of Rensselaer and state of New York. L. 1895, p. 2125.

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425 Resolution prohibiting fishing for, or catching menhaden in the waters of Richmond county and prescribing penalties therefor, adopted pursuant to section 12 of chapter 686 of the laws of 1892, known as “ The County Law;” and section 273 of chapter 488 of the laws of 1892, known as “ The Game Law.L. 1893, p. 1875.

426 Resolution prohibiting for three years from December 1st, 1892, the killing of Mongolian ring-necked pheasants. L. 1893, p. 1876.

427 An act entitled an act to further protect woodcock and partridge in Schoharie county. L. 1895, p. 2121.

428 An act for the better protection of game and fish in the county of Schuyler and state of New York. L. 1894, p. 1956.

429 An act entitled an act for the preservation of the escallop fisheries in the public waters of the town of Huntington, Smithtown and Brookhaven in Suffolk county, N. Y. L. 1895, p. 2134.

430 An act for the protection of soft shell clams in the waters of the town of Brookhaven, in Suffolk county. L. 1894, p. 1943.

431 An act for the protection of soft shell clams within the waters within the boundaries of the town of Smithtown, county of Suffolk, state of New York. L. 1894, p. 1944.

432 An act for the protection of seed oysters on natural beds of oysters within the waters within the boundaries of the town of Smithtown. L. 1894, P. 1945.

433 An act in relation to taking eels in certain waters of the town of Smithtown. L. 1894, p. 1947.

434 An act to regulate the taking of jingle and quarterdeck shells from the public grounds in the waters of Suffolk county, for the purpose of transportation and sale, and to protect and preserve the business of taking said shells in said waters to the inhabitants of said county. L. 1894, p. 1948.

435 An act entitled an act to afford additional protection to and further restriction for the protection of woodcock, partridge and rabbits and to prohibit the taking and killing the same within Sullivan county passed by authority of section 273, chapter 488 of the laws of 1892. L. 1893, p. 1867.

436 An act for the protection of birds in the county of Tompkins, made under the provisions of section 273, chapter 488, of the laws of 1892, and known as the game laws. L. 1894, p. 1964.

437 An act to afford additional protection to, and further restrictions for the protection of birds, fish, and wild animals, and to prohibit the taking and killing, and possession of the same, passed in pursuance of section 273 of chapter 488 of the laws of 1892, known as the game law, passed at an annual session of the board of supervisors of the county of Ontario, on the 6th day of February, 1894; a majority of the members of said board voting in the affirmative, there being fourteen votes for and no votes against. L. 1894, p. 1973.

438 An act for the protection of fish in the county of Tompkins, made under the laws of 1892, chapter 488, section 273, and known as the game laws. L. 1893, P. 1871.

439 An ordinance for the additional protection of and further restriction for the protection of birds, animals and game and fish, within the county of Ulster in the state of New York. L. 1894, p. 1981.

440 An act for the protection of fish, in the lake known as Scott's, in the town of Salem, Washington county, state of New York. L. 1894, p. 1959.

441 An act for the protection and preservation of fish in the towns of Salem, Jackson, Hebron and Greenwich in Washington county. L. 1895, p. 2106.

442 An act entitled an act to empower and authorize the Sandy Hill Fish and Game Club to appoint additional fish and game protectors, not exceeding six in number. L. 1895, p. 2107.

443 An act to provide for the better preservation of fish in Cossayuna lake, Summit lake and Barkley's lake. L. 1895, p. 2108.

444 An act entitled an act to afford additional protection to and further re strictions for the protection of black and grey squirrels, hares and rabbits, as provided by article 3, section 49, also, an act entitled an act to afford additional protection to and further restrictions for the protection of woodcock, ruffed grouse, commonly known as partridge, or any member of the grouse family, as provided by article 4, section 74 of the fish and game laws of the state of New York, within the county of Washington, passed by authority of section 273, chapter 488 of the laws of 1892. L. 1895, p. 2109.

445 An act to afford additional protection and further restrictions for the protection of fish, and prohibit the taking and killing and possession of same. L. 1895, p. 2136.

446 An act for the better protection of pike or pickerel and bullheads in the waters of Lake George and its tributaries. L. 1895, p. 2137.

447 An act to afford additional protection and further restrictions for the protection of fish, and to prohibit the taking and killing and possession of the same. L. 1895, p. 2137.

448 An act to afford additional protection and further restrictions for the protection of fish, and to prohibit the taking and killing and possession of the same. L. 1895, p. 2138.

449 An act to afford additional protection and further restrictions for the protection of fish, and to prohibit the taking and killing and possession of the same. L. 1895, p. 2139.

450 An act to amend an act passed by the board of supervisors of Wayne county December 21st, 1892. L. 1893, p. 1869.

451 An act for the protection of fur-bearing animals in the county of Wayne. L. 1896, c. 251.

452 An act for the better protection of game in Wyoming county passed December 12th, 1893. All of the members elected to said board being present and voting for the said act. L. 1894, p. 1977.

453 An act for the better protection of game in Yates county. L. 1893, p. 1855. ACCOUNTS OF COMMISSIONERS OF FISHERIES; see Benevolent, etc., Societies, $ 44. BOUNTIES ON WOLVES, ETC.; see County Law, $ 230. CARS USED BY COMMISSIONERS; see Railroad Law, $ 51. HUNTING AND FISHING FORBIDDEN ON SUNDAY; see Sunday, $ 7. JURISDICTION OVER FISHERIES; see Repealing Acts, $ 2, subd. 6; State Law, $ 7. PLACING NETS, ETC., IN CERTAIN LOCALITIES FORBIDDEN; see Hudson River; Naviga

tion, SS 15-17; New York Harbor, § 11. PRIVATE GROUNDS FOR PROPAGATION OF FISH AND GAME PROTECTED; see Fisheries, etc.,

Law, SS 210-216. PRIVATE RIGHTS OF FISHING NOT AFFECTED BY SETTLEMENT OF STATE BOUNDARY; see

State Law, $ 2. PROTECTION OF BIRDS, ETC., IN CEMETERIES AND PUBLIC PARKS; see Malicious Mischief,

$ 5, subd. 10. PROTECTION OF SHELL-FISH; see Malicious Mischief, § 5, subd. 8; Oysters, S$ 3, 4. SHOOTING PIGEONS BY MEMBERS OF SPORTSMEN'S CLUBS; see Animals, S 25. SUPERVISORS MAY PROVIDE FOR PROTECTION OF GAME AND Fish; see County Law, S 12. Fish OIL; see Inspection, $ 1. FISH-PONDS, MECHANICS' LIENS FOR CONSTRUCTING; see Mechanics' Liens, SS 31-55. LANDS UNDER SUPERVISION OF FISHERIES COMMISSION; see Public Lands Law, $ 111. Note.-- Companies and societies for fish culture, and for hunting and fishing, were formerly

to be chartered under L. 1874, c. 288; L. 1865, c. 368; L. 1875, c. 267. See Birdseye's R. S., 1st ed., pp. 56, 2722, 2725.

FIXTURES.
WHEN PERSONAL PROPERTY; see Executors, etc., $ 75; Oil Wells, $ 4; Surrogates' Courts,

SS 145, 146.
SETTING FIRE TO; see Malicious Mischief, S 2.
TAKING OF, WHEN LARCENY; see Larceny, $ 10.
See also Personal Property ; Real Property; Tax Law, $ 2.

FLAGS.
ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS; see Cities, $ 16; Public Buildings Law, $ 58.
ON SCHOOL Houses; see Consolidated School Law, S 680.
KEPT AS WAR RELICS; see Military Code, $ 40.
Ox STATE CAPITOL; see State Law, $ 40.
FLAGYEN ON RAILROADS; see Railroad Law, SS 33, 49, 259.
See also Military Code.

FLATBUSH, Town OF.
Annexed to Brooklyn by L. 1894, c. 356.
EXEMPTED FROM CERTAIN PROVISIONS; see County Law, $ 71.
IN SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT; see Congressional Districts, $ 1.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 58

FLATLANDS, Town OF.
Annexed to Brooklyn by L. 1894, c. 450.
PROTECTION OF OYSTER PLANTING IN; see Fisheries, etc., Law, $ 360.
Ix SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT; see Congressional Districts, $ 1.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 32.

FLAXSEED.
See Domestic Commerce Law, $ 8.

FLEMING, Town OF.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 58.

FLOATING.
BATTERIES FOR KILLING WILD Fowl; see Fisheries, etc., Law, $ 71.
ELEVATORS; see Canal Law, $ 23a; Domestic Commerce Law, $ 32.
HOSPITAL; see Public Health Law, SS 84, 86.
Logs; see Oswego, $ 3; Timber.
See also Wrecks.

FLOATS.
DEFINED; see Canal Law, S 160.
GAMBLING ON; see Betting and Gaming, $ 20.

FLOORS.
PROTECTION OF, IN UNCOMPLETED BUILDINGS; see Buildings, SS 8-12.

FLORENCE, Town OF.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 48.

FLORIDA, STATE OF.
See Bills, etc., SS 12–17.

FLORIDA, Town OF.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 42.

FLOWERS.
See Malicious Mischief, $ 8.

FLOYD, Town OF.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 14, p. 48.

FLUSHING, Town OF.
For boundaries see Birdseye's Chronological Table of Statutes, under L. 1788, c. 64, p. 32.

FOLIO.
DEFINED; see Statutory Construction Law, $ 11.
See also Legislative Law, SS 489, 486; Miscellaneous Reporter, $ 5.

FOOD. -- 1 Hours of labor in bakeries, etc. No employe shall be required, permitted

or suffered to work in a biscuit, bread or cake bakery or confectionery establishment more than sixty hours in any one week, or more than ten hours in any one day, unless for the purpose of making a shorter workday on the last day of the week, nor more hours in any one week than will make an average of ten hours per day for the whole number of days in which such person shall so work during such week. L. 1895, c. 518, § 1, as amd L. 1896, c. 672.

2 Drainage, plumbing and ventilation. All buildings or rooms occupied as biscuit, bread, pie or cake bakeries shall be drained and plumbed in a manner to

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conduce to the proper and healthful sanitary condition thereof, and constructed with air shafts, windows or ventilating pipes sufficient to insure ventilation, as the factory inspector or any of his deputies shall direct. No cellar or basement not now used for a bakery shall hereafter be occupied and used as a bakery, unless the proprietor shall have previously complied with the sanitary provisions of this act. L. 1895, c. 518, § 2, as am'd L. 1896, c. 672. my 3 Requirements as to rooms, furniture, etc.; cleanliness; animals to be excluded.

Every room used for the manufacture of flour or meal food products shall be at least eight feet in height and shall have, if deemed necessary by the factory inspector, an impermeable floor constructed of cement or of tiles laid in cement, with an additional flooring, or of wood properly saturated with linseed oil. The side walls of such rooms shall be plastered or wainscoted, and if required by the factory inspector or a deputy factory inspector, the side walls and ceiling shall be whitewashed at least once in three months, and the woodwork of such walls shall be painted when required by such inspector or deputy. The furniture and utensils in such rooms shall be so arranged that the furniture and floor may at all times be kept in a proper and healthful sanitary and clean condition. No domestic animal, except cats, shall be allowed to remain in a room used as a biscuit, bread, pie or cake bakery, or any room in such bakery where flour or meal food products are stored. Id., § 3, as amd L. 1896, c. 672. *4 Cleaning rooms, shelves, etc. The manufactured flour or meal food products shall be kept in perfectly dry and airy rooms, so arranged that the floors, shelves and all other facilities for storing the same can be easily and perfectly cleaned. Id., § 4.

5 Washrooms, water closets, etc. Every such bakery shall be provided with a proper washroom and water-closet or closets, apart from the bakeroom or rooms where the manufacturing of such food products is conducted; and no water-closet, earth-closet, privy or ash-pit shall be within or communicate directly with the bakeroom of any bakery, hotel or public restaurant. Id., $ 5. · 6 Sleeping places of employees; inspection thereof. The sleeping places for the persons employed in a bakery shall be kept separate from the room or rooms where four or meal food products are manufactured or stored, and the factory inspector or a deputy factory inspector may inspect such sleeping places if they are on the same floor as the bakery, and order them cleaned or changed in compliance with sanitary principles. Id., $ 6, as am'd L. 1896, c. 672. * 7 Violation of act a misdemeanor. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this act, or refuses to comply with any requirement of the factory inspecto” or a deputy factory inspector, as provided herein, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than twenty or more than fifty dollars for a first offense, and not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for a second offense, or imprisonment for not more than ten days, and for a third offense by a fine of not less than two hundred and fifty dollars and not more than thirty days' imprisonment. Id., $ 7. ,'8 Additional deputy factory inspectors; salary; duties. For the purpose of enforcing this act and of chapter four hundred and nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-six and acts amendatory thereof, the factory inspector may appoint six deputies, each of whom shall receive an annual salary of one thousand two hundred dollars, together with his necessary traveling and other expenses incurred in discharging the duties of his office, payable monthly by the treasurer, on the warrant of the comptroller, upon proper vouchers approved by the factory inspector. Under the direction of the factory inspector such deputies shall inspect all bakeries and see that the provisions of this act and of chapter four hundred and nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and the acts amendatory thereof, are observed therein. Such deputies shall have all the powers and duties of the deputy inspectors, and shall be amenable to the supervision and control of the factory inspector the same as the deputy factory inspectors appointed under

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