Laws of the State of New-York, passed at the Sixty-eighth Session of the Legislature, begun and held in the City of Albany, the Seventh Day of January, 1845. Albany: C. Van Benthuysen and Co., 1845. 
Brown leather spine & corners, red leather title label, 5 3/4 x 9 inches. Binding worn and rubbed, rear outer hinge cracked, nothing detached. 507 pp., foxing, text block tight. "Wheatland" in brown ink on front cover. Fair. Hardcover.
Some interesting acts for the year include
An Act for the protection and improvement of the Seneca Indians, residing on the Cattaraugus and Allegany reservations in this state.
An Act to prevent persons appearing disguised and armed.
An Act allowing married a woman to patent her own invention, and enjoy the profits thereof for her own use.
An Act for the relief of the Shinecock [Shinnecock] Indians.
An Act to incorporate the Delaware Turnpike Company.
An Act to preserve the laws and preserve order.
Many references to roads, bridges, payments to individuals, firemen & companies, village meetings, turnpikes, &c.