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Public Papers of Theodore Roosevelt, Governor 1900

  • At the Dewey Arch Fund Concert
    At the Galena Grant Anniversary
    At the New York Merchants’ Association Dinner
    At the Chicago Labor Day Picnic
    At the Y. M. C. A. Meeting in New York City
    Letter to Mr. DeBerard
    Letter to Mr. DeForest
    Letter to Sheriff Welch
    Letter to the Mayor of New York
    Letter to the Sheriff of New York
    Letter to the District Attorney of New York
    Annual Message
    Canals, with report of committee on
    Commerce of New York, with report on
    New York Assembly District nominations, act to legalize
    New York Rapid Transit, bill relative to
    New York City Law Department, bill relating to the
    New York City Water Commissioner, bill relating to the
    New York Teachers’ Salaries, bill regulating
    New York City Charter, bill creating a commission to examine the
    New York City, bill to establish a Department of Elections in
    State Fairs, bill relating to
    Colored Children, bill to secure equal educational rights to
    Supply bill, the
    New York City, appropriation bill for criminal investigation in Quarantine
    Improvements, appropriation bill for
    Statutory Revision Commission, bill to abolish the
    Syracuse City Funds, bill relating to
    Milk, bill relating to the watering of
    Public Health Law, bill to amend the
    State Charities Law, bill to amend the
    Tuberculosis Hospital, bill to establish a
    Primary Elections Law, bill to amend the
    Appropriation bill, the
    Supply bill, supplemental, the
    Supply bill, second supplemental, the
    Navy, transmitting a letter from the Secretary of the
    Tenement-House Commission, bill to create a
    Attorney-General designated to conduct the Election prosecutions in New York City
    Coler, Comptroller – Matter of
    Cowing, City Judge – Matter of
    Ferraro, convict, commission to examine into sanity of
    Gardiner, District Attorney – Matter of
    Hulett, Sheriff – Matter of
    Kearney, notary public – Matter of
    Moral, notary public – Matter of
    Memorandum filed with appointment of New York Charter Revision Commission
    Memorandum filed with approved bill relating to court attendants in Queens (S. 1060)
    Memorandum filed with approved bill fixing salary of stenographers; First Department (S. 249)
    Memorandum filed with approved bill regulating teachers' salaries, New York City (S. 1034)
    Memorandum filed with approved bills for Street improvements in Brooklyn (S. 704, 705)
    Memorandum filed with approved bill relating to State Soldiers and Sailors' Home (A. 2293)
    Memorandum filed with approved bill regulating compensation of interpreters, Queens County (S.345)
    Public Health, the — Order to Greenbush Water-Works Company
    Public Health, the — Order to Eastern Paving Brick Company
    Justice Cullen to Court of Appeals
    Justice Landon to Court of Appeals
    Justice Werner to Court of Appeals
    Justice Hirschberg to Appellate Division, Second Department
    Justice Laughlin to Appellate Division, Fourth Department
    Revocation of the above
    Justice Landon’s revocation to Appellate Division, Third Department
    Justice Kellogg to Appellate Division, Third Department
    Justice Williams to Appellate Division, Fourth Department
    Justice Laughlin to Appellate Division, Fourth Department
    Justice Hatch to Appellate Division, First Department
    Justice Jenks to Appellate Division, Second Department
    Justice Edwards to Appellate Division, Third Department
    Justice Chase to Trial Term at Utica
    Justice Wilmot M. Smith to Extraordinary Trial Term at Syracuse
    Justice Houghton to Adjourned Trial Term at Canandaigua
    Justice Barrett’s revocation to Appellate Division, First Department
    Justice Hatch’s revocation to Appellate Division, Second Department
    Justice Herrick’s revocation to Appellate Division, Third Department
    Tankard, convict, commission to examine into sanity of
    Van Wyck, Mayor — Matter of
    Wise, Lunacy Commissioner — Matter of
    Arbor Day, announcing
    Galveston Disaster, relating to the
    Thanksgiving, appointing a day of
    Cities of the second class, bill to amend the act for government of (A. 1986)
    Cities of the second class, bill to amend the act for government of (A. 1723)
    Civil Procedure, bill amending Code of (A. 647, 813)
    Civil Procedure, bill amending Code of (A. 2366)
    County detectives, bill to authorize appointment of (A. 1843)
    George L. Gordon (S. 1076)
    Charles E. and Carrie V. Linkie (S. 206)
    Morgan Van Gorder (S. 689)
    Margaret C. Considine (A.1971)
    Martin F. Monahan (S. 1315)
    Frank Fleck (A.1279)
    Michael O’Keefe (A. 1370)
    Owners of spoiled canal banks (A. 1974)
    Criminal Procedure, bill amending Code of (A. 2099)
    Dental students, bill relating to (S.1058)
    Election Law, bill to amend the (A. 1922)
    Electric light companies, bill relating to (A. 2409)
    Expenses of trials, bill fixing (A. 544)
    Game Law, bill to amend the (A. 1954)
    Game Law, bill to amend the (A. 1776)
    Game Law, bill to amend the (A. 1369)
    Game Law, bill to amend the (A. 1618)
    Game Law, bill to amend the (S. 1403)
    Game Law, bill to amend the (S. 1084)
    Hollingsworth, George T., authorizing Adjutant-General to award service medal to (A. 2237)
    Jamestown Union Free School District, bill relating to the (A. 1937)
    Justices of the Peace, bill to legalize acts of (A. 2352)
    Keenan, Major Peter, bill for monument to memory of (A. 1316)
    Liquor Tax Law, bill to amend the (A. 1022)
    Bill relating to summary proceedings in (S. 368)
    Bill to compensate Health Department employees (A. 2043)
    Bill to compensate Municipal Court employees (A. 2069)
    Bill to compensate Joseph H. Garvey (S. 1329)
    Bill to provide teachers (S. 1342)
    Bill to regulate practice of midwifery (S. 681)
    Bill to compensate employees of Finance Department (A. 1002)
    Omnibus veto, thirty-day bills not signed
    Bill to amend the (S. 757)
    Bill to amend the (S. 1301)
    Bill to amend the (A. 1539)
    Public Franchises as realty, bill to amend law relating to (S. 763)
    Queens and Nassau surface railroads, bill relating to (S. 750)
    Real Estate Transfers, bill relating to (S. 787)
    Religious Camp Meetings, bill to protect (S. 1118)
    St. Lawrence county, bill relating to supervisors of (A.645)
    Schiff, B. Benjamin, bill to direct filing regents’ certificate of (A. 2061)
    Settlement of lawsuits without attorney’s consent, bill to prohibit (A. 1806)
    State Prisons, bill to amend act relating to (S. 1045)
    Tax Law, bill to amend the (A.1909)
    Tidal Water-way Company, bill to amend charter of (A. 1938)
    Troy Commissioner of Education, bill to appoint a (A. 1358)
    Veterinary medicine, bill amending act regulating practice of (A. 558)
    Village Law, bill to amend the (A. 2145)
    Waterloo, bill to amend charter of (S. 1027)
    Watkins Water Works, bill for (A. 1756)
    Beyer, John
    Brownlee, Thomas J.
    Case, Palmer
    Cave, Louis
    Cignarale, Chlara
    Clayton, Arthur
    Cody, Vincent
    Cosgrove, Peter
    Dick, Valentine
    Donovan, Timothy
    DuBols, DeLancy F.
    Finch, Frank
    Fischer, Carl
    Flannigan, William
    Flynn, John
    Gerhardt, Jacob
    Gerkey, John, or Yerkey
    Goldstein, Reuben
    Kelly, Thomas
    Leonardl, Pasquale
    McMahon, Hugh
    Moran, John
    O’Brien, William
    Rico, Dominick
    Roberts, Thomas
    Roche, Guy
    Ross, Albert
    Russell, James
    Slattery, Michael
    Van Deusen, Daniel
    Walden, Annie
    Wise, Edward
    Bates, Carey
    de Jordan, George
    Hustedt, Max
    Jacobs, Saul
    Kelly, James
    Ryan, Frank
    Sherman, Harry E
    Sullivan, John
    Tankard, Squire
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