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of bills, but shall not be called up for consideration, unless by the vote of a majority of the members present.

10th. The same bill shall not, specially or by name, No bill shall create, renew, or continue more than one incorporation, nor contain any provisions in relation to the altering of corporation. more than one incorporation by name; but this rule shall not be construed to apply to corporations to be formed under general laws, according to the eighth article of the Constitution, nor to bills for consolidating corporations.

11th. Whenever there shall be an election of officers Election of by the two Houses, the result shall be certified by the officers to be President of the Senate and Speaker of the Assembly, reported by and shall be reported by the presiding officer of each presiding House to their respective Houses, and be entered on the journals of each, and shall be communicated to the Governor by the clerks of the two Houses.

12th. There shall be printed, of course, and without Usual numorder, 340 copies of all original bills reported by com- ber of bills mittees of either House; and 800 copies of all messages ments to be from the Governor (except messages certifying his ap- printed. proval of bills), all reports of standing or select committees, and all reports or communications made in pursuance of law; which number shall be denominated the usual number.

13th. Neither House shall order the printing of more Printing. than the usual number of any document, other than such as may originate in, or be communicated in pursuance of law, to the House, ordering the printing of the same; nor shall any book be purchased or printed Purchase of by order of either House for the use of its members, books. except books for the use of its standing committees, and for its library; and all orders to print documents not communicated to, or originating in one of the branches of the Legislature, and all orders for the printing or purchasing books for the use of members or for distribution, except as aforesaid, shall be by joint resolution, upon which the ayes and noes shall be called, and which

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must receive the votes of a majority of each House; and no printing shall be done by order of either House which is not embraced in the contract for doing public printing. Whenever either House shall order more than the usual number of any message or document, the fact shall be communicated immediately by mes

sage to the other. Documents 14th. When a document shall be ordered to be printordered by, ed by both Houses, it shall be regarded as but one order

calling for the usual number only, unless otherwise ex

pressly directed by either House. Extra num- 15th. When an extra number shall be ordered, it bers.

shall be done by specifying the number for each member. The Governor and State officers shall each have the same number as the members; and a specified number may be added for any committee, officer, or author

of a document. Orders to

16th. Orders to print, unexecuted, expire at the close print expire of the session ; and no documents shall be printed or session, delivered, after the final adjournment, unless printed

under some law, or concurrent resolution of the Senate

and Assembly. Sergeant-at- 17th. The sergeant-at-arms of each House shall re

ceive from the printer all matter ordered by the receive printed spective Houses, and shall keep a book and enter therein

the time of reception by him, of every such bill or document, and the number of copies received, and shall cause each and any of such bill or document to

be immediately placed upon the desks of the members. Distribution

18th. The bills and documents, when printed, shall

be distributed as follows:
ments when
printed.

Of bills, there shall be sent
To the Senate,

84 copies. To the Assembly,

218 copies. To the State Officers,

28 copies. Retained to bind,.

10 copies. 340 copies.

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of the bills and docu

Of messages and documents, there shall be sent To the Senate,

90 copies. To the Assembly,

190 copies. To the State Officers,.

30 copies. Retained to bind : For the Senate,

38 copies. For the Assembly,

134 copies. For Senate Library,

18 copies. For Assembly Library,:

50 copies. For the counties, public officers, &c.,. 123 copies. For literary and scientific exchanges, to be

made by the Regents of the University,
including one copy for each state and
territory, and one copy for each of the
Regents who are not otherwise provided
for,

124 copies. For State Library,

3 copies.

800 copies. There shall also be printed and bound for the State Library, 3 copies of the Session Laws, and also of the Journal of each House, and 57 copies of the same for the Regents of the University, for the purpose of literary exchanges.

19th. The supply bill and annual appropriation bill shall be reported by the 15th day of March, and printed immediately thereafter, and made the special order on the 25th day of March next.

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New-York State Agricultural Society,

[Rooms in Geological Buildings, State-street.]

Officers Elected, January 21st., 1852.

HENRY WAGER, of Oneida, President.

Vice-Presidents :
JAMES MONROE, New York, THEODORE S. FAXTON, Oneida,
LEWIS G. MORRIS, Westchester, OLCOTT C. CHAMBERLAIN, Otsego,
ANTHONY VAN BERGEN, Greene, CHARLES LEE, Yates,
WINSLOW C. Watson, Essex, John A. M'ELWAINE, Wyoming

BENJAMIN P. Johnson, Albany, Corresponding Secretary.
ERASTUS CORNING, Jr., Albany, Recording Secretary.
LUTHER TUCKER, Albany, Treasurer.

Executive Committee :
WILLIAM KELLY, Rhinebeck, J. A. COREY, Saratoga,
J. T. BLANCHARD, Saratoga, John BUTTERFIELD, Utica,

J. B. BURNET, Syracuse,

Ex-PresidentsMembers of Executive Committee:
GEORGE VAIL,

LEWIS F. ALLEN,
JOHN A. KING,

Ezra P. PRENTICE,
JOHN DELAFIELD.

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