2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 28 - HISTORIC MEMORIALS, MONUMENTS AND SITES
Section 28:1-14 - Acts saved from repeal

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 28:1-14 (2017)

28:1-14. Acts saved from repeal

The following enumerated acts creating and establishing boards or commissions for the control, custody, care and preservation of the memorials, monuments and sites, transferred by section 28:1-13 of this title to the historic sites commission, are, in so far as they create and establish such memorials, monuments and sites and provide for their care, maintenance and repair, saved from repeal:

Hancock House.

L.1931, c. 230, p. 578, entitled "An act appointing a commission to purchase the Hancock House at Hancock's Bridge, in the township of Lower Alloways Creek, Salem county, making an appropriation for the purchase of the same and providing for the care and management thereof," approved April twenty-seventh, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one.

Wallace House.

L.1931, c. 45, p. 93, entitled "An act to appropriate funds for the care, maintenance, treating, repair and perpetuation of the headquarters of General George Washington in 1778-1779, known as the Wallace House, in the borough of Somerville, Somerset county," approved April sixth, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one.

Dey House.

L.1929, c. 308, p. 716, entitled "An act to authorize the acquisition and preservation of the Dey House Washington Headquarters, located at Preakness, in the township of Wayne, county of Passaic, to commemorate the sesquicentennial of the occupancy of said headquarters by General George Washington in the Revolutionary War; to appoint a commission with power to acquire and preserve the said headquarters; and to appropriate moneys to pay for the acquisition and preservation of the same," approved May sixth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine.

Old Steuben Home.

L.1926, c. 15, p. 38, entitled "An act appointing a commission to purchase the Old Steuben Home in the borough of Riverside, Bergen county, making an appropriation for the purchase of the same and providing for the care and management thereof," approved March fifteenth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-six, as amended by L.1927, c. 240, p. 454, approved March twenty-eighth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven.

Old Barracks, at Trenton.

L.1917, c. 143, p. 305 (1924 Suppl. s.s. **192-82 to **192-84a), entitled "An act concerning the Old Barracks at Trenton," approved March twenty-sixth, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen.

Red Bank Battle Monument.

L.1905, c. 79, p. 163, entitled "An act to authorize the erection of a monument on the battlefield of Red Bank, in the county of Gloucester, and to appropriate money to pay the cost thereof," passed March thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and five.

Princeton Battle Monument.

L.1888, c. 299, p. 450, entitled "An act relative to the Princeton battle monument," approved April twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight. Also L.1902, c. 178, p. 571, entitled "An act relative to the Princeton battle monument," approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two, as amended by L.1907, c. 13, p. 36, approved March twenty-seventh, one thousand nine hundred and seven; and supplemented by L.1908, c. 2, p. 12, approved February eighteenth, one thousand nine hundred and eight, and by L.1923, c. 78, p. 156, approved March sixteenth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-three.

Old Tavern (Indian King).

L.1902, c. 128, p. 400 (C.S. pp. 3403, 3404, s.s. 17, 18, 19), entitled "An act appointing a commission to purchase the old tavern house, in the borough of Haddonfield, making an appropriation for the payment of the same and providing for the care and management thereof," approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two, and supplemented by L.1906, c. 100, p. 160, passed April tenth, one thousand nine hundred and six, and by L.1931, c. 15, p. 43, approved March twenty-third, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one.

Trenton Battle Monument.

L.1887, c. 132, p. 166, entitled "An act relative to the Trenton battle monument," approved April fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, and L.1898, c. 147, p. 351, entitled "An act relating to the Trenton battle monument," approved April sixth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.

Monmouth Battle Monument.

L.1881, c. 93, p. 105, entitled "An act relative to the Monmouth battle monument," passed March fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one; and supplemented by L.1885, c. 79, p. 91, approved March sixteenth, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, as amended by L.1886, c. 118, p. 166, approved April fifth, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six; and also supplemented by L.1895, c. 147, p. 305, approved March fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, by L.1903, c. 98, p. 154, approved April first, one thousand nine hundred and three, by L.1906, c. 169, p. 313, approved April thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and six, as amended by L.1916, c. 97, p. 212, approved March sixteenth, one thousand nine hundred and sixteen.

Washington Rock.

L.1913, c. 141, p. 224, entitled "An act to provide for the acquisition of the "Washington Rock' and adjoining lands in the county of Somerset and for the appointment of a commission to improve and maintain the same as a public park," approved March twenty-seventh, one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, as amended by L.1924, c. 56, p. 107 (1924 Suppl. s.s. 165-188, 165-188a), approved March sixth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-four.

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