The Laws of the States of New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey; Specially Relating to the New York and Erie Railroad Company. and Organization of the Erie Railway Company; And Also the General Laws of Said States Relative to Railroads.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1863 edition. Excerpt: ... and it shall be lawful for the said president and thorized to enter T, . i iji i i_ ' i lands, &c. directors, their agents, engineers, and others m their employ, to enter upon all lands and waters, for the purpose of exploring, surveying, levelling, and laying out the route of such railroad, and of locating the same; and when the route and s--2 to J- ie-the location of said road shall have been determined upon, office of secretary and a survey thereof deposited in the office of the Secretary of state. of gf.a shali then be lawful for said company, by its officers, engineers, agents, contractors, and workmen, to enter upon, take possession of, hold, use, occupy, and excavate any such lands, and to erect embankments, bridges, and all other necessary works thereon, and to lay rails and do all other things which may be suitable and necessary for the completion and repairs of the said railroad, and to carry into full effect the object of this Act; and may also take and use any stone, gravel, sand, clay, or other materials, wood and timber excepted, on or near the said route, which may be required for the construction of, repairing, or altering the said road, or any of the works or appendages, subject to such compensation to be made therefor as is hereinafter provided; provided always, that the payment of all damages for the occupancy of lands through which the said railroad may be laid out and located be made by the company, either to the owner or into court, as hereinafter provided for, before they or any person under their direction or in their employ shall enter upon or break ground upon the premises, excepting for the purpose of surveying and laying out said railroad, unless the consent of the owner or owners of such...
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