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[Substitute for House Bill No. 737.]

CHAPTER 182.

An Act concerning the Transportation of Garbage.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

for establishment

SECTION 1. Any city or borough which has heretofore Establishment of adopted and has in operation or shall hereafter adopt and oper-ment de garbage. ate, either by itself or by contract with some competent person, firm, or corporation, a method of treatment, by any sanitary process, of its garbage, refuse animal matter, bones, fat, or other rejected, unwholesome, or waste substances, may transport, or if said treatment be by contract, the contractor therefor may transport, such material to another town or out of the state for the purpose of such treatment; provided, that no plant for such treatment shall be established or operated outside of such city or borough until application for a permit to establish and operate the same shall have been filed with a commission composed of the health officer and selectmen of the town in which such plant is to be located, and such permit granted by said commission after notice and hearing as hereinafter provided.

SEC. 2. Notice of the time and place and purpose of hearing on any such application shall be served on each person own- Notice of hearing ing property or residing within one-half mile of the site of the on application proposed plant, by leaving a copy of such notice with or at the of plant. usual place of abode of each such person and by publishing the same in a newspaper published in said town, or, if no newspaper be published therein, then in a newspaper having a circulation in said town, all at least six days before the date of said hearing

SEC. 3. The transportation of said material shall be in water-tight, closely covered receptacles, and such plant and Material, how transportation shall be conducted in all respects in accordance transported. with approved sanitary methods, subject, as to the operation of such plant and the time and place of loading and unloading said material, to the orders of the health authorities of the town or city in which such plant is located or said material is loaded or unloaded.

Sec. 4. Any person or corporation aggrieved by any such order of a city or town health authority may appeal as provided Appeal. · in section 2533 of the general statutes. Any appeal herein provided for shall act as a stay of execution of the order appealed from.

Approved, July 5, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 694.]

CHAPTER 183.

Survey of shellfish grounds.

An Act concerning State Shell-Fisheries.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 3219 of the general statutes as amended by chapter 37 of the public acts of 1903 is hereby amended to read as follows: Said commissioners shall, previous to the delivery of any instrument conveying the right to plant or cultivate shell-fish upon any of said grounds, make or cause to be made a survey of the same upon the official map or maps in the office of the shell-fish commission, and shall locate and delineate the same or cause it to be located and delineated upon said map or maps, and upon receipt of said instrument of conveyance, the said grantee shall have the right to use and occupy said grounds for said purposes, which rights shall be and remain in said grantee and his legal representatives subject to the laws of the state.

Approved, July 5, 1907.

[House Bill No. 136.]

CHAPTER 184.

Corporate property, where listed. Stock

An Act amending an Act concerning the Taxation of Prop

erty of Corporations. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 2329 of the general statutes is hereby amended

to read as follows: The real estate of any corporation menholders exempt. tioned in section 2328 shall be set in the list of the town

in which such real estate is situated, and all of the personal estate of such corporation which is permanently located or stationed in any town shall be set in the list of the town in which said property is located, and all other personal property of such corporation shall be set in the list of the town in which such corporation has its principal place of business, or exercises its corporate powers; and when it shall have two or more establishments for transacting its business in different towns, school districts, or other municipal divisions, it shall be assessed and taxed for every such establishment, and for the personal property attached thereto, or connected therewith, and not permanently located in some other town, in the town, school district, or other municipal division having the power of taxation in which such establishment is; and the stockholders of any corporation, the whole property of which is assessed and taxed in its name, shall be exempt from assessment or taxation for their stock therein.

Approved, July 5, 1907.

[Substitute for Senate Bill No. 56.)

CHAPTER 185.

An Act providing for an Assistant State's Attorney for Fair

field County.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 1. The judges of the superior court shall, at a Appointment and meeting in June, 1907, and biennially thereafter appoint an ant state's atassistant state's attorney for Fairfield county, who shall re-torney. ceive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and shall hold office for two years from the first day of July next following his appointment. Said assistant state's attorney shall assist the state's attorney for said county in all criminal matters, and in the absence or disqualification of the state's attorney shall have and exercise all the powers and perform all the duties of the state's attorney.

SEC. 2. So much of section 4834 of the general statutes Repeal. and amendments thereto as provides for an allowance for an assistant to the state's attorney for Fairfield county is hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect from its passage.
Approved, June 27, 1907.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 734.]

CHAPTER 186.

An Act concerning the Height of Buildings adjacent to the

State Capitol.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

Section 1. Any building now being erected or hereafter Height of builderected, rebuilt, or altered upon any land abutting on Trinity ninety feet. street between Elm Street and Capitol avenue, or upon any land abutting on Capitol avenue between its intersection with the east line of Trinity street and Washington street, in the

Damage, how and by whom paid.

city of Hartford, may be completed, erected, rebuilt, or altered to the height of ninety feet and no more.

Sec. 2. Any person sustaining damage or loss in or to his property by reason of the limit of the height of buildings provided for in this act may recover such damage or loss from the state of Connecticut by proceedings begun within five years from the passage of this act, by applying to any judge of the superior court, who, having caused reasonable notice to be given to the comptroller and attorney-general, who shall represent the interests of the state, shall proceed in the manner provided in sections 2054 and 2055 of the general statutes concerning the layout of ways; and the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to draw his orders on the treasurer for such amounts as may be necessary to pay any loss or damage awarded or assessed to any person in such proceedings.

Approved, June 27, 1907.

[House Bill No. 382.]

CHAPTER 187.

An Act concerning Ballots Used at Elections.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

General Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. Section 1648 of the general statutes is hereby Officers voted for on one ballot.

amended to read as follows: Votes cast for electors of president and vice-president, governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary, treasurer, comptroller, attorney-general, representative at large, representative in congress, senator, representative or representatives as the case may be, sheriff, and judge of probate, or so many thereof as shall be voted for at one and the same election, shall be on one ballot, which ballot shall be eight inches long by five inches wide. Votes cast for justices of the peace, town, city, borough, and school officers, or so many thereof as shall be voted for at one and the same election, shall be on one ballot, which ballot shall be six inches long by five and one

half inches wide. What ballots in

Sec. 2. Section 1649 of the general statutes is hereby when not to be amended to read as follows: Each elector may place in the counted.

envelope received by him one ballot for electors of president and vice-president, governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary, treasurer, comptroller, attorney-general, representative at large, representative in congress, senator, representative or representatives as the case may be, sheriff, and judge of probate, or so many thereof as shall be voted for at one and the same election, and one ballot for justices of the peace, town, city, borough, and school officers, or so many thereof as shall be voted for at one and the same election, and one vote for the approval or disapproval of any constitutional amendment submitted for ratification at said election, and one vote for or against any educational purpose under the special laws of this state; but no elector shall place any ballot in any envelope when he is outside of one of the rooms or booths provided for by section 1639, and before leaving that room or booth, and before entering the room or enclosure where the ballot box is placed, he shall securely seal the envelope in which he has placed his ballot or ballots. The moderator in charge of any electors' meeting, or the box tender in charge of the ballot box at such elections, if any elector shall attempt to place a ballot or ballots in the envelope outside of said booth, or if any elector shall leave his envelope unsealed, shall direct such elector to return to said booth for the purpose of placing his ballot or ballots in said envelope or sealing the same. If any ballot shall contain a greater number of names for any office than is provided by law, it shall not be counted for any person for such office; any ballot contained in an envelope not properly indorsed shall not be counted. If more than one ballot for the same office or purpose shall be found in any envelope, and such ballots shall be for the same person or purpose, only one shall be counted. And if such ballots shall be for different persons for the same office, or for and against the same purpose, neither of such ballots shall be counted; votes cast for representative at large shall not be counted for a candidate for representative in congress, nor shall votes cast for representative in congress be counted for a candidate for representative at large, but all ballots or votes contained in such envelope, not found double, shall be counted for the persons named thereon, or for the object voted on, and all such double ballots so rejected, whether for the same or different political parties or purposes, shall be returned as rejected for being double ballots. If any envelope or ballot shall contain any mark or device so that the same may be identified in such a manner as to indicate who might have cast the same, the ballot so marked, the ballot with paster so marked, or the ballot contained in any envelope so marked, shall not be counted, but shall be kept by the moderator and returned to the town clerk in a separate package from the ballots which are counted at such election.

Approved, June 27, 1907.

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