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Patients chargeable to municipality.

Proviso.

Indigent persons.

Proviso.

tain them, shall pay for their care and treatment at a rate to be determined by the board of managers.

b. The charges for the care and treatment of such persons as have had a residence in any city, borough, town, township, or other municipality of this State, for at least one year continuously next preceding the application for his or her admission to said sanatorium, and who are received at said sanatorium on request of the overseer of the poor of any such city, borough, town, township, or other municipality of this State, shall be paid by the city, borough, town, township or other municipality in which said person shall have resided as aforesaid; provided, said sum shall not exceed five dollars per week.

c. Persons in indigent circumstances, and who do not come within the foregoing two classes, may be treated therein without cost; provided, however, that before any persons shall be admitted as an indigent patient a written application to the board of managers for such admission shall be signed by him or her, or by some relative or friend of such indigent person, which application shall be presented to the judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the county within which such indigent person resides; and such judge, upon such application, shall, upon his being satisfied that such person has been a resident of this State for at least one year continuously next preceding such application, and is in indigent circumstances, approve such application in writing

No person shall be received into the sanatorium who has not a certificate signed by some physician or physicians to be selected by the board of managers, certifying that such person is afflicted with tuberculous disease of the respiratory organs of a curable nature.

2. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect immediately.

Approved May 13, 1907.

Physician's certificate as to curability.

Repealer.

CHAPTER 179.

An Act to amend an act entitled “A further supplement

to an act entitled 'An act to regulate elections (Revision of 1898),' approved April fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight,” which supplement was approved April fourteenth, one thousand nine hundrd and three.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey: 1. Section eight of the above-entitled act be and Section 8

amended. hereby is amended to read as follows:

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TICKET.

ballot.

8. Said ballots shall be made up and printed substan- Form of tially in the following form, to wit:

Erase in the first col- Do not erase any names umn the names of candi- of the choice of such deledates for delegates to con- gates for nominations by ventions and candidates conventions which are in for direct nominations ex- the second column. cept those for whom you wish to vote. Erase by drawing a single line with a black lead pencil horizontally across the name. Do not make any other mark on the ticket. For Delegates to State Convention.

Choice for Governor.
(Vote for two.)

Samuel Roe
John Doe

Frank Potts.
Thomas Jones
Henry Stone
Jacob Smith
James Thomas.

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For Member of Common Choice for Street and Council.

Water Commissioner. (Vote for one.)

August Miller.
Edward Hall
George Jackson

Peter Randall etc., etc., using so much of said form as may be applicable to the current election and extending the same to provide for cases not therein specified, and a like ballot shall be printed for all other political parties.

2. This act shall take effect immediately. Approved May 13, 1907.

CHAPTER 180.

An Act to extend the territorial boundaries of the bor

ough of Sea Side Park, in the county of Ocean, by the annexation of a portion of the township of Berkeley, in said county.

Park.

WHEREAS, The borough of Sea Side Park has acquired Preamble.

from the Riparian Commissioners the riparian lands along the bay front, and as it is desirable that the borough should have jurisdiction for police and taxation purposes over piers and wharves within the riparian lines; therefore,

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. All that land and real estate situate, lying and be- Portion of ing in the township of Berkeley, in the county of Ocean, township beginning at a point in the middle of Fourteenth ave- Sea Side nue of said borough of Sea Side Park, extended two thousand feet west of the middle of Central avenue and in the exterior wharf line of Barnegat bay as established by the Riparian Commission of New Jersey, and extending thence (1) northerly, parallel with said Central avenue, as laid out on the plan of Sea Side Park by Thomas Kennedy, and filed in the office of the clerk of Ocean county, at Toms River, eight thousand nine hundred and fourteen feet and seventeen hundredths of a foot to a point in the middle of Porter avenue extended, as laid out on the plan of "Berkeley Beach ;" thence (2) easterly, along the middle of said Porter avenue extended, fifteen hundred feet, more or less, to the high-water line of Barnegat bay; thence (3) southerly and southwesterly, along the said high-water line to the middle of the said Fourteenth avenue; thence (4) westerly, along the middle of the aforesaid Four

teenth avenue, four hundred and fifty feet, more or less,
to the place of beginning, be and hereby is separated
from the township of Berkeley, and be and hereby is
annexed to the said borough of Sea Side Park, so that
the same shall be hereafter a part of and within the
territorial limits of said borough.

2. This act shall take effect immediately.
Approved May 13, 1907.

CHAPTER 181.

An Act to extend the territorial boundaries of the bor

ough of Sea Side Park, in the county of Ocean, by the annexation of a portion of the territory of the State of New Jersey.

Preamble.

Portion of
State annexed
to Sea Side
Park.

WHEREAS, The borough of Sea Side Park has acquired

from the Riparian Commissioners the riparian lands along the ocean front, and as it is desirable that the borough should have jurisdiction for police and taxation purposes over piers and wharves within the riparian lines; therefore,

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. That part of the territory of the State of New Jersey contained within the following bounds, to wit: Beginning at a point in the middle of Fourteenth avenue of said borough of Sea Side Park, extended one thousand feet east of the east side of Ocean avenue and in the exterior wharf line of the Atlantic ocean, as established by the Riparian Commission of New Jersey, and extending thence (1) westerly, along the middle of said Fourteenth avenue extended one thousand feet, more or less, to the high-water line of the said Atlantic ocean; thence (2) northerly, along the said high-water line to the middle of Porter avenue extended, as laid

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