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[Substitute for House Bill No. 729.]

CHAPTER 230.

An Act amending an Act concerning the Closing of Saloons on

Election Days.

be

on

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 2699 of the general statutes is hereby amended by Liquor saloons adding at the end thereof the words “provided, however, that election days. the provisions of this section shall not apply to an election in any city containing more than one ward, held, and in which votes are cast, in one ward only,” so that said section as amended shall read as follows: Every person who by himself, his servant or agent, between the hours of twelve o'clock of the night preceding the day of any state, town, or city election and five o'clock of the morning following any such election, shall keep open any room, place, enclosure, structure, or building in which spirituous or intoxicating liquors are sold or offered and exposed for sale to be drunk on the premises, and every person who by himself, his servant or agent, shall keep open any room, place, enclosure, structure or building in which spirituous and intoxicating liquors are sold or offered for sale to be drunk on the premises during the hours in which any borough election is held, shall be subject to the penalties of section 2712; provided, however, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to an election in any city containing more than one ward, held may be open on and in which votes are cast, in one ward only.

Approved, July 30, 1907.

election day, when.

[House Bill No. 791.]

CHAPTER 231.

An Act concerning Recognizances in Criminal Cases.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. Whenever any person shall be arrested by Clerk, may virtue of a warrant charging a criminal offense issued by order of a superior court having criminal jurisdiction, and said court from which said warrant was issued is not in session, the officer or indifferent person making such arrest shall forthwith bring such person before the clerk or assistant clerk of the superior

take recognizance.

court in the county where such warrant was issued, which clerk
or assistant clerk, as the case may be, shall thereupon order such
person so arrested to enter into a recognizance, with surety, to
the state, in such sum as shall be determined by such clerk or
assistant clerk, conditioned that he shall appear before the next
superior court having criminal jurisdiction to be holden in and
for the county where such bond is required, to answer to the in-
formation filed in the case in which such warrant was issued;
and on his failure to enter into such recognizance, or if the
offense charged in such information be not bailable, said clerk or
assistant clerk shall order him committed to the jail in said
county until the next session of said superior court, or until he
shall be discharged by due course of law.

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

[House Bill No. 794.]

CHAPTER 232.

An Act concerning State Aid to the Ferry between the Towns

of Windsor and South Windsor.

Sworn

accounts

to

be

tures Aled.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. The selectmen of the towns of Windsor and of ferry receipts and expendi- South Windsor shall, on or before the tenth day of December,

1907, and on or before the tenth day of December in each year thereafter, file with the comptroller of the state sworn accounts of the receipts of said towns, respectively, from, and disbursements made on account of, the operation and maintenance of the ferry, commonly called Bissell's ferry, across the Connecticut river, for the year ending the first day of December previous

thereto. Payment by

SEC. 2. In case said accounts show losses accruing to said towns from the maintenance and operation of said ferry, the comptroller shall, in case he finds the accounts correct and approves the disbursements aforesaid, draw an order on the treasurer in favor of each town for the amount of its said loss, not exceeding the sum of five hundred dollars to each town, and the treasurer shall pay the same from the state treasury.

Approved, July 27, 1907.

state in case of loss.

[House Bill No. 798.]

CHAPTER 233.

An Act concerning Appointments by the Governor to fill

Vacancies.

appoint to fill

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened: SECTION 1. While the general assembly is not in session Governor to and when provision for filling such vacancies is not otherwise vacancy until made, the governor may fill any vacancies, however arising, in qualified. all offices originally filled by the general assembly or either branch thereof, or by the governor, with the advice and consent of the general assembly, or either branch thereof, until the third Wednesday of the next session of the general assembly, and until a successor is elected, or appointed, and qualified. He may fill any vacancy in any office to which he has power of appointment.

SEC. 2. Chapter 262 of the public acts of 1905 is hereby repealed.

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

Repeal.

[Substitute for Senate Bill No. 66.]

CHAPTER 234.

Hours during which billiard room may be open Loitering

An Act amending an Act concerning Billiard and Pool Rooms.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. Section 1395 of the general statutes is hereby amended to read as follows: Every person who shall keep open of minors fora public billiard or pool room in connection with which or the bidden. premises to which it is appurtenant spirituous and intoxicating liquors are sold or licensed to be sold during the hours when the sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors is prohibited in such room, or, if no spirituous and intoxicating liquors are sold or licensed to be sold in connection with such room or the premises to which it is appurtenant, between one o'clock in the morning and five o'clock in the morning, or any proprietor or keeper of such public billiard or pool room who shall permit any person to play upon or use a public billiard or pool table during the hours when it is unlawful to

keep such room open as prescribed by this act, or who shall, at any time, permit any person under eighteen years of age to loiter in or about such room, or who shall employ any person under eighteen years of age in or about such room, shall be fined not more than seven dollars, or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.

Sec. 2. Any sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable, or police officer may at any time enter a public billiard or pool room for the purpose of ascertaining if the law is being violated therein, and whoever obstructs or hinders the entrance of such officer shall be fined not more than seven dollars, or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.

Approved, July 30, 1907.

[House Bill No. 787.)

CHAPTER 235.

Appointment of deputy coroner at Waterbury.

An Act concerning a Deputy Coroner for New Haven County.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. The coroner of New Haven county shall appoint a deputy coroner for New Haven county, who shall be an attorney-at-law residing in the city of Waterbury, and who shall hold office for the term of three years from the time of his appointment and until another shall be duly appointed in his stead, unless he be sooner removed from office by said coroner of New Haven county,

who
may

for shown so remove him, and who may fill any vacancy in said office of deputy coroner.

Sec. 2. Such deputy coroner shall, within the limits of the towns of Waterbury, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Southbury, Oxford, Prospect, Wolcott, and Beacon Falls, have and exercise the same powers and duties as are by law conferred on coroners and shall receive the same fees as the coroner in like

cause

Jurisdiction and powers.

cases.

Provisions as to duties of deputy

Sec. 3. The provisions of section 1788 of the general coroners not ap- statutes relating to the duties of deputy coroner shall not apply

to the deputy coroner appointed under the provisions of this
act.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect from its passage.
Approved, July 27, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 730.]

CHAPTER 236.

side rooms

An Act concerning Booths, Side Rooms, or Retiring Rooms in

Places where Intoxicating Liquors are Sold.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. No license shall hereafter be granted for the sale of liquor in sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors in any room or bidden. apartment of which any part or parts shall be cut off or partitioned in such manner as to form booths, side rooms, or retiring rooms, and the partitioning off, building, or maintaining of any such booths, side rooms, or retiring rooms, except an office for legitimate business purposes and not to be frequented by the public, and necessary toilet rooms, in any place in which intoxicating liquors are licensed to be sold, shall operate to forfeit such license as hereinafter provided, upon conviction of a violation of any of the provisions hereof.

SEC. 2. No person licensed to sell intoxicating liquors, or Liquor not to be bis servant or agent, shall hereafter, except in hotels and barrooms restaurants, deliver or serve intoxicating liquors to be drunk on the premises in any room or apartment other than a barroom.

Sec. 3. Any person convicted of partitioning off, building, or maintaining any booth, side room, or retiring room in any licensed place in violation of section one hereof, shall be subject to the penalties of section 2712 of the general statutes, and in addition thereto shall incur a forfeiture of his license as provided in section 2677 of the general statutes, and no license shall be granted for the sale of liquors upon said premises within one year after the date of such conviction. Any person who shall serve or deliver intoxicating liquors in violation of section two of this act shall be subject to the penalties of section 2712 of the general statutes.

Approved, July 30, 1907.

served except in

Penalties.

[House Bill No. 297.]

CHAPTER 237.

An Act amending an Act concerning the Definition of Spiritu

ous and Intoxicating Liquors.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:
SECTION 1. Section 2636 of the general statutes is hereby in Spirituous and

intoxicating amended by adding at the end thereof the following: and all liquors" defined.

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