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Laws of New York - Continued.
(1787–1813), revised and passed at 36th session; with marginal
notes and references. By W. P. Van Ness and John Woodworth. Published by authority.
2 vols. 8°. (Part of set of 5 vols. See below.) Albany, 1813. (1812–21), commencing November session, 1812 and continuing
to April session, 1821 inclusive. [Being in continuation of laws published at the 36th session.]
Albany, 1815–21. 3 vols. 8° (Part of set of 5 vols. See above.)
Council of Revision (1777–1821). Its history, a history of the courts
with which its members were connected, biographical sketches
Reviser's Reports (Binder's title). Original reports of the different
chapters composing the revised statutes as presented by revisers. 5 vols. 8°.
Albany, 1827-28. In Social Law Library.
Revised Statutes (1827), 1st part, passed at the 2d meeting of the 50th
session, Sept., 1827.
tions made by them in the common and statute law.
Canandaigua, 1830. In New York Bar Association.
Revised Statutes - Continued.
(1827–28), passed by the legislature, to which are added certain
former Acts not revised, also Articles of Confederation, and
Albany, 1829. [2d ed.] 1835, including statutory provisions of a general nature
passed from 1828 to 1835 inclusive; with references to decisions
revision to 1851 [inclusive); with Acts of 1852, decisions and
New York, 1852. (5th ed.) 1858; as altered by subsequent legislation from the
revision to 1858 (inclusive); with decisions and notes. By A. J.
ments and general statutes passed since 5th revision. By
Albany, 1863. (1873–75); prepared by commissioners for purpose of receiving sug
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Albany, 1875. [7th ed.) 1778-1881, as altered by subsequent legislation to 1881
(inclusive); with decisions and notes. By M. H. Throop. [Vol. 4
New York, 1882. Revised Statutes — Continued.
Supplement to 7th edition 1882–87, showing history and condition
of entire general statutory law of State from publication of 7th
ary 1, 1889; (except codes of civil procedure, of criminal pro-
New York, 1892.
and penal codes) in force January 1, 1896. By C. A. Collin.
New York, 1896.
of 1896, including amendments to civil, criminal and penal codes. By C. A. Collin.
(Binder's label“ vol. 5” see above.) 4to. New York, 1896. Report of Commissioners (1890) of statutory revision. Parts 1 and 2.
Maynard, Belknap, C. A. Collin, commissioners.
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nature. With references to former statutes and decisions. Pub-
Statutes at Large (1863), comprising revised statutes as existing
July 1, 1862, and general public statutes then in force; with
Albany, 1863. (2d ed.), continuation of above. Comprising general statutes
1863-70 inclusive. By J. W. Edmonds. (Contained in 3 vols. Vol. 3 being index.)
(Marked Vols. 6, 7 and 8; see above.) 4to. Albany, 1869–72. (2d ed.), continuation of above. Comprising general statutes
1871-74 inclusive. By J. W. Edmonds and W. H. Field. (Con-
sive. By A.G. Conant. (Contained in 1 vol.)
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all general statutory law in force Jan. 1, 1890, including . revised statutes, etc., codes of civil and criminal procedure, and penal code; with ... decisions, notes, etc. By C. F. Birdseye. 3 vols. 4to.
New York, 1889-90. 2d ed. 3 vols. 4to.
New York, 1896. Supplement to 2d ed. lvi + (1) + 635 p. 8°.
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laws to close of session of 1899. By E. L. Heydecker.
General Laws and Revised Statutes - Continued.
2d ed. containing general laws to close of session of 1901, with
unrepealed portions of revised statutes, etc. By E. L. Hey-
Albany, 1901. General Laws and other General Statutes (1901), as amended
and in force Jan. 1, 1902. Containing Federal and State con-
New York, 1901.
and general Acts with decisions construing statute law since
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from 1901 to 1906 inclusive). By R. C. Cumming and F. B.
New York, 1906. General Laws and Constitution (1901-3), annotated by SilvernailPower.
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draft of proposed “consolidated laws” prepared pursuant to
Albany, 1907–08. (1778-1908), historical record of the general statutes from Feb. 1,
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