N.Y. Indian Law Section 80
General powers and duties of council


The council of the Tonawanda nation may determine upon the laying out and working of roads and highways, and may make by-laws for the regulation of such work; may pass by-laws and ordinances, not inconsistent with law, for the protection and improvement of the common land of the nation; for the regulation of fences; and for the prevention of trespasses by cattle and other domestic animals; and may provide a penalty of not exceeding five dollars, for the violation of any such by-law or ordinance, recoverable for the benefit of such nation by any chief or officer thereof, in any justice’s court of the county of Genesee.

Source: Section 80 — General powers and duties of council, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/IND/80 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

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