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Notice of school district meetings.

like warning in a newspaper published within the limits of such city, borough, or school society, or having a circulation therein, at least five days previous to holding the meeting, including the day that notice is given but not including the day of holding said meeting; provided, that the committee of a school society having an enumeration of less than one hundred may, on giving notice by posting, in its discretion, omit the publication of the warning in a newspaper as above prescribed.

SEC. 2. Section 2190 of the general statutes is hereby amended to read as follows: Notice of the time, place, and object of every meeting of the district shall be given at least five days previous to holding it, including the day the notice is given, but not including the day of holding said meeting. The committee, or, if there be no such committee, the clerk, or, if there be no committee or clerk, the selectmen of the town, shall give notice of a district meeting by publishing the same in a newspaper published in the district or having a circulation therein, and by posting a notice on the schoolhouse, if any there be, or on the signposts, if any there be, in the district, unless some other mode shall have been previously designated by the district, in which case notice in such mode may be substituted for such• posting; provided, that the committee of

any district having an enumeration of less than one hundred may, on giving notice by posting as hereinbefore provided, or, on giving notice in some other mode previously designated by the district, in its discretion, omit the notice by publication in a newspaper. The person or persons giving such notice shall, on the day of giving it, leave a duplicate of such notice with the clerk of the district, or, if there be no clerk, with the selectmen, to be delivered to the clerk when appointed, who shall preserve the same on file.

Approved, June 21, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 513.]

CHAPTER 139.

Salaries of clerks.

An Act concerning. Salaries of Clerks of Courts of Common

Pleas and of the District Court of Waterbury.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. The clerks of the courts of common pleas and their assistants in the several counties, and the clerk of the district court of Waterbury and his assistant, shall receive the following annual salaries, to be apportioned among them by the judge or judges of said courts in the respective counties:

Fees to belong

In the county of Hartford, thirty-five hundred dollars; in the county of New Haven, clerk of civil side, three thousand dollars, and clerk of criminal side, two thousand dollars; in the county of Fairfield, clerk of civil side, four thousand dollars, and clerk of criminal side, fifteen hundred dollars; in the county of New London, clerk of civil side, twenty-five hundred dollars, and clerk of criminal side, five hundred dollars; in the county of Litchfield, two thousand dollars; in the district court of Waterbury, clerk of civil side, three thousand dollars, and clerk of criminal side, five hundred dollars.

SEC. 2. Said salaries shall be in full for all services re- to state. quired by law of said clerks, and all fees payable by statute to said clerks shall belong to the state and shall be collected by them for its use. SEC. 3. The court of common pleas, or any judge thereof, clerks.

Expenses of in the counties of Hartford, New Haven, and Fairfield, and the district court of Waterbury, or the judge thereof, may, respectively, tax in favor of the clerk of each of said courts a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars per annum for necessary clerical expenses and assistance. Sec. 4. This act shall take effect July 1, 1907.

4 Approved, June 21, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 406.)

CHAPTER 140.

An Act concerning Concealed Weapons.

Penalty

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. Every person who shall carry concealed upon Fying concealed his person any pistol, slung shot, sand bag, brass knuckles, or weapons. stiletto, or any knife the blade of which exceeds four inches in length, or any other dangerous or deadly weapon or implement, unless in possession of a written permit issued and signed by the mayor or chief of police of the city, the warden of the borough, or the first selectman of the town, authorizing said person to carry such weapon or implement within such city, borough, or town, as the case may be, wherein such person may be found, shall, upon conviction, be fined not more than two hundred dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail not more than one year, or both; provided, however, that this section shall not apply to any sheriff, deputy sheriff, bailiff, constable, policeman, or any other duly appointed officer charged with the preservation of the public peace.

Forfeiture of concealed weapon.

This act not applicable, when.

SEC. 2. Whenever any person shall be found guilty of a violation of this act, any weapon or other implement within the provisions of section one found concealed upon the body of such person shall be forfeited to the municipality wherein such person was apprehended, notwithstanding any failure of the judgment of conviction to expressly impose such forfeiture.

Sec. 3. This act shall not apply to any person who shall be found with any such weapon or implement concealed upon his person while lawfully, in the peace and in good faith, removing his household goods or effects from one place to another, or from one residence to another, nor to any person while actually and peaceably engaged in carrying any such weapon or implement from his place of abode or business to a place or person where or by whom such weapon or implement is to be repaired, or while actually and peaceably returning to his place of abode or business with such weapon or implement after the same has been repaired.

Approved, June 21, 1907.

[House Bill No. 763.]

CHAPTER 141.

An Act concerning the Salary of the County Auditors for New

Haven County.

Salary of auditors for New Haven county.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

The county auditors for New Haven county shall each receive an annual salary of one hundred and fifty dollars, to be paid by the county, which salary shall be in full compensation for all services rendered and expenses incurred in the performance of the duties of said auditors as provided by law.

Approved, June 21, 1907.

[Senate Bill No. 202.]

CHAPTER 142.

An Act concerning Estimates of State Expenses.

Estimates of state expenses ; when and by whom made.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 62 of the general statutes is hereby amended by striking out the word “secretary” in the eighth line thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the word “comptroller," so that said section as amended shall read as follows: The persons mentioned in section 63 shall, on or before the first day of December in the year 1902, and biennially thereafter, make and transmit to the treasurer estimates of the amount of money required in their respective departments and offices of the state government, for the two fiscal years commencing on the first day of the following October. Such estimates shall be itemized to such an extent and in such manner as may be required by law, and by any rules, instructions, or regulations adopted by the treasurer and comptroller.

Approved, June 21, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 195.)

CHAPTER 143.

An Act concerning the Adulteration, Inspection, and Sale of

Milk.

quality defined.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. Any milk which is sold or exchanged, or Milk of standard offered for sale or exchange, shall be deemed to be so sold, exchanged, or offered as of standard quality, unless otherwise expressly stated at the time of such sale, exchange, or offer. Milk of standard quality shall contain not more than eightyeight and one-quarter per centum of watery fluid, not less than eleven and three-quarters per centum of milk solids, not less than eight and one-half per centum of solids not fat, and not less than three and one-quarter per centum of milk fats; and the certificate of the director of the Connecticut agricultural experiment station shall be prima facie proof of the composition of any milk.

Sec. 2. No person shall sell or exchange, or offer for sale Adulterated milk or exchange, or have in his possession with intent to sell or exchange, as of standard quality, any milk which is not of standard quality, or any milk diluted with water or adulterated by the addition of any foreign substance, or which has been wholly or in part skimmed, or shall knowingly bring or supply milk that is tainted or partly sour to any customer buying the same for sweet milk.

SEC. 3. No person shall sell, or offer or expose for sale, Sale of skim milk from which the cream or any part thereof has been removed, without distinctly and durably affixing a label, tag, or mark of metal in a conspicuous place upon the outside, and not more than six inches from the top, of every can, vessel, or package containing such milk, and such metal label, tag, or mark shall have the words “ Skimmed Milk” stamped, printed,

milk.

Penalty for violation of sections

Milk to be sold by wine measure.

Vessels used for milk to be kept clean.

Same.

or indented thereon in letters not less than one inch in height; and such milk shall only be sold at retail out of a can, vessel, or package so marked.

Sec. 4. Every person who shall violate any provision of two and three. section two or three of this act shall be fined not more than one

hundred dollars.

Sec. 5. All sales of milk or cream shall be made by wine measure.

Sec. 6. No person shall, by himself, or by his servant or agent, or as the servant or agent of any other person, firm, or corporation having custody of any can, jar, bottle, measure, or other vessel used as a container for milk intended for sale, place, cause, or permit to be placed therein any offal, swill, kerosene, vegetable matter, or any article other than milk, skimmed milk, buttermilk, cream, or water or other agent used for cleansing said can, jar, bottle, measure, or other vessel.

SEC. 7. No person shall, by himself, or by his servant or agent, or as the servant or agent of any other person, firm, or

, corporation, send, ship, return, or deliver, or cause or permit to be sent, shipped, returned, or delivered to any producer of milk, any can, jar, bottle, measure, or other vessel used as a container for milk, containing any offal, swill, kerosene, vegetable matter, rotten or putrid milk, or any other offensive material.

SEC. 8. Every person who shall violate any provision of seven, five, six, or section five, six, or seven of this act shall be fined ten dollars for

each offense.

SEC. 9. The dairy commissioner shall have power to enforce the provisions of the preceding sections of this act, and, when the necessary evidence is submitted by the Connecticut agricultural experiment station that any of said provisions has been violated, he shall make complaint to the proper prosecuting officer.

SEC. 10. Section 2592 of the general statutes is hereby amended by inserting after the word “milk” in lines four, seven, nine, fourteen, and seventeen the words “ or cream” and by striking out, commencing in line fourteen, the words “in quantities of not less than one pint," so that said section as amended shall read as follows: The warden and burgesses of a borough or the mayor with the approval of the common council of a city may appoint a competent person as milk inspector who may personally, or by some competent person appointed by him, inspect all milk or cream sold or offered for sale in such borough or city; may inspect all animals producing such milk, the buildings and places where such animals are kept, the dairy and other places where such milk or cream is kept,

Penalties for violation of sec

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Duties of dairy commissioner.

Appointment of milk inspector.

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