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obstetrical nursing, dietetics, and home sanitation. If such applicant shall pass said examination to the satisfaction of the board, said board shall issue a certificate of registration to said

applicant. Registration Sec. 2. Section five of said chapter is hereby amended to

read as follows: Any person twenty-one years of age or over and of good moral character, applying for registration within two years from the passage of this act, and who shall, by affidavit or otherwise, show to the satisfaction of the board that he or she is a graduate of a training school for nurses which gives a two years' course in a public or private hospital where medical, surgical, and obstetrical cases are received and treated, or that he or she was, at the passage of this act, a student in such training school for nurses and afterwards was graduated therefrom, or has had such other experience as said board shall find to be equivalent thereto, shall be eligible for registration without examination, upon payment of a fee of five dollars. Any applicant aggrieved by the decision of the board on such application or on examination, may appeal therefrom to a board to be composed of one member from each of the following state medical societies: The Connecticut Medical Society, The Connecticut Homeopathic Medical Society, and The Connecticut Eclectic Medical Association. Such appeal shall be in writing and shall be filed with said board of examination and registration of nurses within thirty days after the announcement of the decision complained of, which board shall forthwith transmit the same to said board of appeal. Said board of appeal shall hear and determine such appeal with all reasonable dispatch, may affirm, modify, or reverse the decision appealed from, and shall certify its action to said board of examination and registration of nurses, which board shall take such action as may be necessary to carry out the decision of the board of appeal, which decision shall be final and binding on all parties. The members of said board of appeal shall be appointed, in the first instance, by the governor, before August 1, 1907, such appointees to hold office from the date of their appointment until the said societies shall respectively appoint the members of

said board of appeal. Time for regis- Sec. 3. The time within which any person may apply for examination registration under the provisions of section five of said chapter

as amended by section two of this act is hereby extended for the period of sixty days from and after the passage of this act.

Sec. 4. Section eight of said chapter is hereby amended by pended.

adding at the end of said section the following: “The secretary shall also submit to the governor, on or before July first in each

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year, a general statement of the work of the board for the

year preceding, including therein a statement of the number of applications received during the year, the number approved, and the number rejected," so that said section as amended shall read as follows: All fees collected by said board under the provisions of this act shall be paid to the secretary of the board, and said secretary shall pay from the moneys so received, upon approval of the president, the salary of said secretary and the necessary expenses of the members as provided in section three of this act, also for books, stationery, and other necessary expenses of the board; provided, that said board shall create or incur no expense exceeding the sum received from time to time as fees under the provisions of this act. The secretary shall, before taking office, give to the state a bond, with surety, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said office, in the penal sum of not less than five hundred dollars; and shall also keep an account of all moneys received and expended as aforesaid and shall render a detailed statement thereof to the comptroller on or before July first in each year. The secretary shall also submit to the governor, on or before July first in each year, a general statement of the work of the board for the year preceding, including therein a statement of the number of applications received during the year, the number approved, and the number rejected.

SEC. 5. This act shall take effect from its passage.
Approved, July 11, 1907.

[House Bill No. 777.)

CHAPTER 199.

An Act concerning Bonds in Criminal Prosecutions.

is

sufficient.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Whenever, in any criminal prosecution, the state's attorney Proceedings for any county, or the prosecuting attorney of any criminal excessive or incourt of common pleas or of the district court of Waterbury, shall be of the opinion that the bond given by any accused person is excessive or insufficient in amount or security, or, whenever any accused person shall allege that the amount of the bond given by him is excessive, said state's attorney, prosecuting attorney, or accused person may, if the court before which such prosecution is returnable is not in session, bring an appli

cation to any judge of said court alleging such excess or insufficiency, and, after notice, as hereinafter provided, and hearing, said judge may increase or diminish the amount of said bond, or order such change in the form or character of the security thereof as he shall deem proper. No hearing upon any such application shall be had until a copy of said application, together with a notice of the time and place of hearing thereon, has been served upon the surety or sureties upon such bond, and, in the case of an application by an accused person, upon the state's attorney or prosecuting attorney, as the case may be, or, in the case of the application by such state's attorney or prosecuting attorney, upon the accused person.

Approved, July 11, 1907.

[House Bill No. 179.]

CHAPTER 200.

An Act amending an Act concerning the Granting of Licenses

in Certain Places.

Licenses to be refused in certain places.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 2647 of the general statutes is hereby amended by inserting after the word “town” in the sixth line thereof the words “ or within two hundred feet in a direct line from any church edifice or public or parochial schoolhouse, or the premises pertaining thereto,” so that said section as amended shall read as follows: Licenses for the sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors in cities shall be confined to the efficiently policed parts thereof; and no license, except the renewal of a license, at the discretion of the county commissioners as to the suitability of person and place and subject to appeal, shall be granted in the purely residential or manufacturing parts of a town or within two hundred feet in a direct line from any church edifice or public or parochial schoolhouse, or the premises pertaining thereto, except to a well-established hotel of good reputation; nor shall one be granted in such proximity to a charitable institution, whether supported by public or private funds, as may be detrimental to the same; nor shall a license be granted in those parts of a license town where it is apparent that the party applying for it is seeking to obtain patronage from an adjoining no-license town; and in such cases persons in the adjoining town shall have the right to remonstrate against the granting of such license, and the county commissioners bearing such complaint shall give the same consideration to such remonstrance as if made by persons residing in the town wherein such license is asked for. This section shall not apply to the licensing of druggists.

Approved, July 11, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 512.]

CHAPTER 201.

An Act concerning the Support of State Paupers.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. All persons who have no settlement in any Who are state town in this state, and all indigent persons discharged from the troller to provide state prison or a county jail, or from the state or a county work-support. bouse, who were not inhabitants of any town in this state at the time of their commitment to such prison, jail, or workhouse, and have no relatives in this state liable and able to support them, together with all children born of such persons while serving out a sentence in such prison, jail, or workhouse, shall, if in need of relief, be provided for by the comptroller as state paupers at the expense of the state.

SEC. 2. Each town, through its selectmen, shall, unless Reimbursement such support shall be otherwise provided for by the state, fur-port of state nish necessary support to all state paupers therein, and shall pauper. be reimbursed by the state therefor. Within five days after said selectmen commence to provide relief or support to any such pauper, as aforesaid, one of them shall forward to the comptroller a statement containing the facts as they may be known by the selectmen; as to the name of the pauper; as to the time he came into the state and into the town; as to where he so came from; as to the expenses then necessarily incurred in maintaining him; as to the time when said expenses began; and any other information required, on blanks to be furnished by the comptroller; which statement shall be signed and sworn to by one of said selectmen. At the end of every quarter after any town shall commence to provide relief or support to any state pauper under the provisions of this act, or whenever otherwise required by the comptroller, one of the selectmen of said town shall send to the comptroller an account of all the disbursements made by said town on account of said pauper during

Deportation of inhabitant of other state or country.

Selectmen" defined.

said quarter, which account shall be sworn to by the selectman signing the same.

Sec. 3. When any person who is an inhabitant of some other state or country shall come to reside in any town in this state, and shall become chargeable during the first year of his residence in such town, the selectmen, or, in the case of a state pauper, the comptroller may, at any time during such period, apply to any justice of the peace therein, who shall issue his warrant to either constable of said town, any state policeman, or other proper officer ordering him to transport such pauper to the place in the state or country whence he came to this state, or to the place of his former residence, at the discretion of the selectmen or the comptroller applying for such order. Said officer shall execute such warrant, and the expense thereof, baving been first audited and approved by said selectmen, shall be paid by such town, or, if said application was made by the comptroller, said expense shall be audited by the comptroller and paid by the state.

SEC. 4. The word “selectmen” as used in this act shall be construed to include any other officer or board which, instead of the selectmen, lawfully exercises the powers and duties of overseers of the poor, and the word “ selectman ” shall include any such officer or a member of any such board.

SEC. 5. This act shall take effect October 1, 1907, and the provisions thereof shall not apply to any person who shall have received relief or support as a pauper at the expense of the state for a period of less than six months preceding said first day of October, 1907, and the status as a pauper of any such person shall be and remain the same as before the taking effect of this act, and the relief or support of any such person shall be provided in the manner prescribed by section 2493 of the general statutes and section 2496 of the general statutes as amended by chapter 124 of the public acts of 1903, which sections are hereby continued in force for said purpose only.

Sec. 6. Sections 2473, 2493, and 2494 of the general statutes, and section 2496 of the general statutes as amended by chapter 124 of the public acts of 1903, are hereby repealed, except as provided in section five of this act.

Approved, July 11, 1907.

Time at which this act takes effect.

Repeal.

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