In People v. Supervisors of Greene, 12 Barb. 217, it was held that the power of the Board of Supervisors ended upon declaring the result of the election, and that they could not hold a further session to correct an error in the canvass, because they were not authorized to do so by the statute.Summary of this case from Dorsey v. Barry
Submitted June 19, 1888
Decided June 29, 1888
N.A. Calkins for appellant.
James B. Olney for respondents.
Agree to affirm; no opinion.