Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volum 4

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Side 324 - ... provided further, that students in educational institutions where military science is a part of the course of instruction may, with the consent of the governor, drill and parade with arms in public under the superintendence of their...
Side 368 - Laws of 1874, it is provided that "whenever any power, authority or duty is confided by law to three or more persons, and whenever three or more persons or officers are authorized or required by law to perform any act, such act may be done, and such power, authority or duty may be exercised and performed by a majority of such persons or officers, upon a meeting of all the persons or officers so intrusted or empowered, unless special provision is otherwise made...
Side 363 - Banner," or, if there be no band present, the field music will sound " to the color." When " to the color " is sounded by the field music while the flag is being lowered the same respect will be observed as when
Side 363 - At every military post or station the flag will be hoisted at the sounding of the first note of the reveille, or of the first note of the march, if a march be played before the reveille. The flag will be lowered at the sounding of the last note of the retreat, and while the flag is being lowered the band will play " The Star-Spangled Banner," or, if there be no band present, the field music will sound
Side 323 - A member of the national guard or naval militia who shall, when on duty or assembled therefor, in case of riot, tumult, breach of the peace, insurrection or invasion, or whenever ordered by the governor...
Side 368 - ... such persons or officers, at a meeting duly held at a time fixed by law, or by any by-law duly adopted by such board or body, or at any duly adjourned meeting of such meeting, or at any meeting duly held upon reasonable notice to all of them, shall constitute a quorum...
Side 362 - The Star Spangled Banner " is played by the band on a formal occasion at a military station, or at any place where persons belonging to the military service are present in their official capacity, all officers and enlisted men present will stand at attention, such position being retained until the last note of "The Star Spangled Banner.
Side 324 - No city or town shall raise or appropriate any money toward arming or equipping, uniforming or in any other way supporting, sustaining or providing drill rooms or armories for any such body of men...
Side 8 - SPECTATORS. — During the progress of a match or competition, no one except the officers on duty at the range, the competitors, and scorekeepers will be permitted within the ropes without special permission of the officer in charge.
Side 319 - ... for any act done by such officer in his official capacity in the discharge of any duty under this...

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