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rant of the comptroller, all moneys which shall hercafter be appropriated on account of the New York state school for the blind; the general appropriations for the current support of the school, to be paid in equal quarterly installments, and specific appropriations for building and other purposes, to be paid when needed by the trustees. (As amended by chapter 140 of the Laws of 1910.)

§ 1011. Drafts upon state treasury.-All drafts upon the state treasury on behalf of the school shall be based upon orders of the board of trustees, signed by the president and secretary of the same, and attested by the common seal of the school. (As amended by chapter 140 of the Lau's of 1910.)

* § 962. Consent of trustees to construction of sewers. The board of trustees of the New York State School for the Blind shall have power and authority to grant to the village of Batavia a license to lay, construct and maintain as a part of the general sewer system of such village, a sewer or sewers in, through, under and along the lands of such school in the village of Batavia, upon such conditions as such board may prescribe. (Added by chapter 53 of the Laws of 1910.)

WESTERN NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR DEAF-MUTES,

ROCHESTER.

AN ACT in relation to the Western New York Institution for

'Deaf-Mutes.

Chapter 331, Laws of 1876.

Section 1. Reception of pupils.- The Western New York Institution for Deaf-Mutes, at Rochester, is hereby authorized to receive deaf and dumb persons between the ages of twelve and twenty-five years, eligible to appointment as state pupils, and who may be appointed to it by the superintendent of public instruction, and the superintendent of public instruction is authorized to make appointments to said institution in the same manner and upon the same conditions as to the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.

* Section not renumbered to correspond with $8990-1011.

$ 2. Powers of supervisors, etc.— Supervisors of towns and wards and overseers of the poor are hereby authorized to send to the Western New York Institution for Deaf-Mutes, deaf and dumb

persons between the ages of six and twelve years, in the same manner and upon the same conditions as such persons may be sent to the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, under the provisions of chapter three hundred and twenty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-three.

NORTHERN NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR DEAF-MUTES,

MALONE.

AN ACT in relation to the Northern New York Institution for

Deaf-Mutes, at Malone, New York.

Chapter 275, Laws of 1884.

Section 1. Institutions may receive pupils, etc. - The Northern New York Institution for Deaf-Mutes at Malone, is hereby authorized to receive deaf and dumb persons, between the ages of twelve and twenty-five years, eligible to appoinment as state pupils, and who may be appointed to it by the superintendent of public instruction, and the superintendent of public instruction is authorized to make appointments to the aforesaid institution.

§ 2. Supervisors, etc., may send pupils under provisions of law named.— Supervisors of towns and wards and overseers of the poor are hereby authorized to send to the Northern New

York Institution for Deaf-Mutes, deaf and dumb persons between the ages of six and twelve years, under the provisions of chapter three hundred and twenty-five of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-three, as amended by chapter two hundred and thirteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five. Provided that before any pupils are sent to said institution the board of state charities shall have made and filed with the superintendent of public instruction a certificate to the effect that said institution has been duly organized and is prepared for the reception and instruction of such pupils.

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§ 23. Places in which traffic in liquor shall not be permitted.Traffic in liquor shall not be permitted :

1. In any building or upon any premises or lands established as a penal institution, protectory, industrial school, asylum, state hospital, state agricultural and industrial school, colony or institution established for the care or treatment of epileptics, or poorhouse, and if such building, premises or lands, other than a county jail or state prison, be situated in a town and outside the limits of an incorporated village or city, not within one-hali mile of any building, premises or lands so occupied, provided there be such distance of one-half mile between such building, premises and lands and the nearest boundary line of such village or city.

$ 29. Persons to whom liquor shall not be sold or given away. No corporation, association, copartnership or person, whether taxed under this chapter or not, shall sell, deliver or give away or causc or permit or procure to be sold, delivered or given away any liquors to:

1. Any minor under the age of eighteen years; nor to such minor for any other person;

2. To any intoxicated person; 3. To any habitual drunkard; 4. To any Indian;

5. To any person to whom such corporation, association, copartnership or person may be forbidden to sell by notice in writing from the parent, guardian, husband, wife or child of such person over sixteen years of age, or by a magistrate or overseer of the poor of the town, or by the mayor or chief of police of a city; provided, however, that such notice in writing by a magistrate or overseer of the poor of the town shall apply only in the case of a person who is wholly or partly a charge upon the town, which fact shall be stated in such notice; and, that such notice in writing by the mayor or chief of police of a city shall apply only in the case of a person who has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor five or more times, which fact shall be stated in said notice;

6. To any person confined in or committed to a state prison, jail, penitentiary, house of refuge, reformatory, protectory, industrial school, asylum or state hospital, or any inmate of a poorhouse, or any patient in any colony or institution established for the care or treatment of epileptics, or any patient affected with tuberculosis in a camp, colony or hospital established by state, county or municipal authority and under the management and control thereof, except upon a written prescription from a physician to such institution, colony, camp or hospital, specifying the cause for which such prescription is given, the quantity and kind of liquor which is to be furnished, the name of the person for whom and the time or times at which the same shall be furnished. Such prescription shall not be made unless the physician is satisfied that the liquor furnished is necessary for the health of the person for whose use it is prescribed, and that fact

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must be stated in the prescription. (As amended by chapter 307 of the Laws of 1910.)

ANTI-BUTTERINE LAW.

AN ACT to prevent the use of butterine, oleomargarine or adul

terated or imitation dairy products in certain institutions within this state.

Chapter 364, Laws of 1893. Section 1. Expenditures for products, etc., forbidden.— No money appropriated by law for maintenance and support in whole or in part of a state institution; nor money received by a charitable, benevolent, penal or reformatory institution from the state, or from a county, city or town thereof, or appropriated by such county, city or town for the maintenance or support in whole or in part of such institution; nor money belonging to or used for the maintenance or support of such institution, shall be expended for the purchase of, or in payment for, butterine, oleomargarine, lard cheese, or articles or products in imitation or semblance of natural butter or cheese produced from pure unadulterated milk or cream from the same, which articles or products have been rendered or manufactured in whole or in part from animal fats, or animal or vegetable oils not produced from unadulterated milk or cream from the same.

§ 2. Purchase, sale and use of products, etc., prohibited.- No officer, manager, superintendent or agent of an institution mentioned in the first section of this act, shall purchase for the use of such institution articles or products for the purchase of which the money appropriated by law, or by a county, city or town, is forbidden to be used by this act, and no person shall sell to, or for the use of such institution, such articles or products. Nor shall such articles or products be used as articles of food or for cooking purposes in such institutions within this state.

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