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inspector with the rank of major, a surgeon with the rank of major, an adjutant with the rank of captain, and a chaplain with the rank of captain. Said officers shall be appointed by the soldiers' hospital board, and said board shall regulate and determine the duties and fix the salary of each of said officers, respectively, and may, by majority vote, dismiss and discharge any of said officers.

SEC. 2. The governor shall commission said officers, and each shall wear the uniform of his rank, but said officers so commissioned shall in no way be connected with or a part of the militia of this state, or subject to the rules and regulations governing the same.

Approved, May 22, 1907.

Governor to commission officers.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 573.]

CHAPTER 88.

An Act concerning Uniform Forms for the Commitment of

Persons to Asylums for the Insane.

be prescribed by

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened: Uniform forms to All orders of commitment and commitment papers used in attorney-general committing persons to public or private asylums for the insane comptroller. under the provisions of the general statutes shall hereafter be

in accordance with a form therefor prescribed by the attorneygeneral, which form shall be uniform throughout the state. The comptroller shall cause suitable blanks in accordance with said form to be printed and furnished to all courts of probate at the expense of the state.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

[House Bill No. 501.]

CHAPTER 89.

An Act amending an Act concerning the Burial of Paupers.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:
Burial of pauper. SECTION 1. Section 2486 of the general statutes is hereby

amended to read as follows: When a pauper not an inhabitant of the town where he resides, or a state pauper, shall die, the selectmen of said town shall give to said pauper a decent burial, which shall include a stained wood or crepe-covered casket, suitably trimmed and inclosed in an outside pine box; and for the expense thereof the town where such pauper belongs, or if a state pauper, the state, shall pay a sum not exceeding twentytwo dollars and fifty cents to the town burying such pauper.

Sec. 2. Any person burying or causing to be buried any such pauper in violation of the provisions of section one of this act shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

[Senate Bill No. 75.]

CHAPTER 90.

An Act amending an Act concerning Tuition of Children in

High Schools and Academies in Towns and
Cities other than Those in which

they Reside.

tion.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Chapter 187 of the public acts of 1903 is hereby amended Examination and by striking out the words “or academy” in the seventh line schools and acadthereof, so that said chapter as amended shall read as follows: board of educaThe state board of education may examine any incorporated or endowed high school or academy in this state, and, if it appears that said school or academy has a satisfactory high school course of study and sufficient equipment for high school instruction, said board shall approve said school or academy under the provisions of chapter 138 of the general statutes, and any town in which a high school is not maintained shall pay the whole or a part of the tuition fee of scholars attending such school or academy, and such town shall be reimbursed therefor by the state under the terms and conditions of said chapter 138.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 302.]

CHAPTER 91.

An Act amending an Act concerning Birth Certificates.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 1861 of the general statutes is hereby amended by Birth certifcates. striking out in the ninth line of said section the word "nationality” and inserting in lieu thereof the words “ birthplace of

each," so that said section as amended shall read as follows:
Every physician or midwife who shall have professional charge
of the mother at the birth of any child, and every attendant
who may act as midwife at such a time, where no physician or
midwife is employed, shall, during the first week of the month
next succeeding such birth, furnish the registrar of the town
wherein such birth may have taken place a certificate, signed
by such physician, midwife, or attendant, and stating, from the
best information which can be obtained, the name, if such
child have a name, the place and date of birth, the sex,
of the father, the maiden name of the mother, the age, color,
residence, and birthplace of each of the parents, the occupation
of the father, the number of the child, and the name and ad-
dress of the medical attendant.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

the name

[House Bill No. 203.]

CHAPTER 92.

An Act amending an Act concerning the Recording of Returns

of Vital Statistics.

Record and preservation of return.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section two of chapter 14 of the public acts of 1905 is hereby amended by striking out the word “ thirty" in the second line thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the word “sixty," so that said section as amended shall read as follows: Every registrar of vital statistics shall, within sixty days after a return is made to him, record the same, and at once place it in a temporary binder in proper chronological order.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

[Senate Bill No. 233.]

CHAPTER 93.

An Act amending an Act concerning Appraisal of School

Property of Consolidated Districts.

Constitution of appraisal committee.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Chapter 14 of the public acts of 1907 is hereby amended to read as follows: Whenever any town has consolidated or shall consolidate the school districts within such town under the provisions of section 2212 of the general statutes and has voted or shall vote to appraise the property of said districts, the first selectman, one member of the town school committee elected as provided by section 2215 of the general statutes as amended by chapter 97 of the public acts of 1905, to be appointed by said committee, and one member of the board of assessors, to be appointed by said board of assessors, shall constitute a committee to make the appraisal provided for by section 2219 of the general statutes.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

[House Bill No. 9.]

CHAPTER 94.

An Act concerning the Salaries of the Judges of the Court of

Common Pleas for New Haven County.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 1. Each judge of the court of common pleas for Salarles of Judges. New Haven county shall receive an annual salary of four thou-county common

pleas court. sand dollars.

SEC. 2. So much of section 4816 of the general statutes as Repeal. is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed.

SEC. 3. This act shall take effect from its passage.
Approved, May 27, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 8.]

CHAPTER 95.

An Act concerning Records in the Supreme Court of Errors.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:
SECTION 1. The records in any case pending before the printing and

of
supreme court of errors shall be printed and delivered to the records.
respective attorneys of record in such case at least two weeks
before the opening of the term of said court in the judicial dis-
trict in which said case is to be heard ; and if said record shall
not have been so printed and delivered, said case shall, upon the
written request of either party thereto, be continued to the
next term of said court to be held in said judicial district.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage.
Approved, May 27, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 373.]

CHAPTER 96.

An Act amending an Act concerning Bond and Affidavit in

Actions of Replevin.

Replevin writ; bond and affidavit essential.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 1057 of the general statutes is hereby amended to read as follows: No writ of replevin shall be issued until the plaintiff, or some other credible person, shall subscribe an affidavit, stating the true and just value of the goods which it is desired to replevy, and that the affiant believes that the plaintiff is entitled to the immediate possession of the same, which affidavit shall be annexed to the writ; nor until some person, known to the authority signing the writ to be of sufficient responsibility, has entered into a recognizance before him, with at least one sufficient surety, in a sum at least double said sworn value of said property, or, if said property be held by virtue of a writ of attachment, in a sum at least double the amount directed to be attached by the writ under which it is so held, conditioned that the plaintiff shall prosecute his suit to effect, and for the payment of any judgment that may be recovered by the defendant in the suit, and for the return of the property to him, and payment to him of all damages sustained by the replevy thereof, if the plaintiff fail to establish his right to its possession; and said recognizance shall be signed by the obligors in the presence of at least one witness other than the authority taking the recognizance. A record of such recognizance shall be entered at the foot of the writ before the same is issued ; and copies of the process left in service shall contain said affidavit and said recognizance.

Approved, May 27, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 262.]

CHAPTER 97.

An Act amending an Act concerning Costs as Affected by

Damages.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. Section 769 of the general statutes is hereby amended by striking out, commencing in the first line thereof,

af.

Costs; how tected by damages.

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