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and running northerly along said Main street to the dividing line between the towns of Waterbury and Thomaston. Also, commencing at a point on the present line of tracks of the Connecticut Railway and Lighting Company, near the Naugatuck river, in the direct line of Robbins street as proposed to be extended, and running westerly to Robbins street; thence westerly along said Robbins street to the Middlebury road; thence westerly along said Middlebury road to the dividing line between the towns of Middlebury and Waterbury.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

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[House Joint Resolution No. 198.]

[148.] AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE FIDELITY COMPANY. Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That section one of the charter of The Fidelity Company, approved April 23, 1885, be and the same is hereby amended by inserting in the thirteenth line of said section after the words or otherwise

" the following: security hereinafter provided for the fulfilment of such trusts."

SEC. 2. Section three of said charter is hereby amended by inserting in the second line of said section after the word “corporation ” the following: “in lieu of any bond or personal security shall constitute the security hereinbefore referred to and shall be, and.”

Sec. 3. Section eight of said charter is hereby amended by striking out all of said section after the word " resolution” in the seventh line thereof.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[Senate Joint Resolution No. 200.]

[149.] AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE CHESHIRE STREET RAILWAY

COMPANY

Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That the Cheshire Street Railway Company be and it is hereby authorized and empowered to locate, construct, operate, and maintain an electric railway, with not more than two tracks and all necessary switches, turnouts, terminals, and equipment along, upon, through, and over the following described route or routes in the towns of Wallingford, Cheshire, and Meriden, that is to say: Commencing at Maple avenue near the terminus of the tracks of the said Cheshire Street Railway Company in the town of Cheshire; thence on private way in an easterly direction, crossing the Cheshire turnpike, so called, opposite the property of Walter Scott, a north and south highway, near the house of John Bishop, an east and west highway, near Cook's corners, to the dividing line between the towns of Cheshire and Wallingford; thence in an easterly direction on private way in the town of Wallingford, crossing an

old highway, to the dividing line between the towns of Wallingford and Meriden; thence continuing in an easterly direction in the town of Meriden over private way to Main street at Hanover, so called; thence along Main street to Hanover avenue, connecting in said Hanover avenue with the tracks of the Meriden Electric Railroad Company in the town of Meriden.

SEC. 2. All rights and privileges heretofore granted said Cheshire Street Railway Company by the general assembly and which are now in force are hereby extended and continued until July 1, 1905.

SEC. 3. Section twelve of the resolution, approved June 17, 1901, incorporating the Cheshire Street Railway Company, shall apply to all parts of the railway herein authorized to be constructed.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[House Joint Resolution No. 374.]

[150.)
RESTORING FORFEITED RIGHTS TO CHARLES B. THOMPSON OF

BRIDGEWATER.
Resolved by this Assembly: That all rights forfeited by Charles
B. Thompson of Bridgewater by reason of conviction of crime be and
the same are hereby restored.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[House Joint Resolution No. 360.)

[151.]
RESTORING FORFEITED RIGHTS TO WILLIAM H. KEENHER.

Resolved by this Assembly: That all rights forfeited by William H. Keenher of Hartford by reason of conviction of crime be and the same are hereby restored.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 224.]

[152.] INCORPORATING THE BEEFSTEAK CLUB OF HARTFORD. Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That William E. A. Bulkeley, president, William B. Davidson, vice-president, Alphonse Dumont, secretary, Charles S. Robbins, treasurer, William B. Dwight, historian, Frederick C. Billings, Henry Bryant, Charles A. Carroll, John T. Cheney, William C. Cheney, George D. Clark, Charles A. Dwight, Frank P. Furlong, Albert W. Gilbert, William A. Graham, George N. Holcomb, Gershom B. W. Hubbell, Frank E. Johnson, Thomas A. Kimberly, Joseph K. Lanman, James L. Lockwood, Daniel

S. Morrell, Henry S. Redfield, Frank W. Theis, Fred W. Turner, David Van Schaack, and Alanson H. Wightman, who are now associated as “ The Beefsteak Club of Hartford," and such persons as may hereafter be associated with them, be and hereby are constituted a body politic and corporate by the name of The Beefsteak Club of Hartford, to be located in the city of Hartford, for establishing and maintaining a library, reading room, and gallery of art, and for the promotion of social intercourse by such means as shall be expedient and proper for that purpose, and said club may provide means for the comfort and entertainment of its members and their guests, and may do for its members and their guests whatever a private individual may do for his household and his guests, without being affected by any laws which would not apply to a private family.

Sec. 2. The said corporation shall have the power to make and adopt a constitution and by-laws and rules and regulations for the admission, government, suspension, and expulsion of its members, the election of its officers and the defining of their duties, and for the safekeeping and protection of its property and funds, and from time to time may alter or repeal such constitution, by-laws, rules, and regulations, and shall have such other powers as belong to a corporation under the laws of this state. The first five persons named as officers in the first section of this resolution shall constitute the managers of this corporation until others are elected in their places.

Sec. 3. The said corporation may purchase and hold or lease any real or personal estate.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[House Joint Resolution No. 370.]

[153.] AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE BRISTOL AND PLAINVILLE TRAM

WAY COMPANY.

Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That the rights and powers of the Bristol and Plainville Tramway Company, heretofore granted by the general assembly and now existing, to construct its railway over and upon the streets and routes as specified in its charter and amendments thereto, including the streets and routes mentioned in the second section herein, are hereby continued in force until July 1, 1905.

SEC. 2. The third section of the resolution amending the charter of said Bristol and Plainville Tramway Company, approved April 7, 1897, is hereby amended to read as follows: Said company is also authorized and empowered to construct and operate a line of railway by such route or routes as may be necessary to connect its existing lines with any of the routes in the town of Plymouth hereinafter described, and also to construct and operate a line of railway upon any of said routes hereinafter d, through the town of Plymouth, in

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Litchfield county, to and into the town of Thomaston, in said Litchfield

Ets, or by any highways or private lands contiguous or near thereto, riz: First. Commencing on private property east of the sawmill of W. H. Scott and Company, at the Bristol town line; thence in a northerip direction across Canal street (so called and shown on map of Pequabuek), to and across Terryville and Bristol road and over the Sew England railroad between the Adam Mitchell place, so called, and the town line to private property, and on private property to and Ker the highway known as the Green, to and across private property in a northerly direction to the old turnpike, so called, near the Perkins place and Terryville Main street; thence along Terryville Main street to the town line. Second. Commencing at the town line west of the Len Goodwin place, running thence along Terryville and Bristol highway in a westerly and northerly direction and crossing the New England railroad near the Terryville depot; thence along Main street to own hall in Terryville center. Third. From Bristol and Plymouth town line and east of W. H. Scott and Company's mill on private property to and along and across Canal street to private property, to land and embankment of the New England railroad, through said embankment under the tracks of The New England Railroad Company to pririte property, and over private property to Terryville Main street near the shear shop; thence along Main street to the town hall. Fourth. From the town hall in Terryville Main street to the depot of The Naugatuck Railroad Company at Thomaston by the ordinary main road, Fifth. From the town hall in Terryville to Thomaston, leaving Main street near the residence of Albert Bunnell, crossing Robinson street and highway near Levi Bassett's, partly on private property and on private property from road past house of Levi Bassett to highway, past Date of Sherman F. Dunbar, and continuing on private property to near the east end of the Thomaston reservoir, crossing the highway near the house recently acquired by The Thomaston Water Company; thence over private property and land of The Thomaston Water Compary to and over the highway leading from Plymouth center to Harwinton and near the dam of said water company; thence by highway and private property to the depot of The Naugatuck Railroad Company, Thomaston, with the right to construct and operate a branch line of railway from any of said described lines upon any streets or high ways of the towns of Plymouth and of Harwinton that may be Esterary to connect with any other street railway that may be built in The town of Harwinton in said Litchfield county. The provisions of wortion ten of the original charter of said company, approved June 14, 1993, shall extend to and apply to the construction of the lines of railway authorized in this section, and when said company shall desire to sake real estate for the purpose aforesaid and cannot obtain it by agreement with parties interested therein, it may acquire its title thereto in the manner provided in section 3687 of the general statutes relating to the taking of land by railroad companies. The said company, in con

structing its railway over the New England railroad, shall carry it over by a bridge spanning so much of the location of said railroad as the railroad commissioners may prescribe and constructed in all other respects to the approval of the railroad commissioners.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[House Joint Resolution No. 293.]

[154.] EXTENDING THE TIME FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE HILLSIDE

CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.

Resolved by this Assembly: That the time within which the Hillside Cemetery Association, a corporation created by the general assembly of 1899, may perfect its organization be and the same is hereby extended for one year from the passage of this resolution.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

[House Joint Resolution No. 289.]

[155.] AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE RUSSELL LIBRARY COMPANY.

Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That section six of the resolution incorporating The Russell Library Company, approved July 13, 1875, be and the same is hereby amended by striking out the last five lines thereof commencing with the words“ and said treasurer” and substituting therefor the following: “and said treasurer shall make payments from the treasury in such manner as the by-laws shall prescribe.”

SEC. 2. Section eight of said resolution is hereby amended by adding after the words “ New York” in the tenth line thereof the

or in any bonds, stocks, or other securities in which savings banks or trustees in this state are now or may hereafter be authorized by law to invest, or the funds of said company may be deposited in any savings bank incorporated by this state.

Approved, April 23, 1903.

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[House Joint Resolution No. 46.]

[156.] INCORPORATING THE CITY SAVINGS BANK OF MIDDLETOWN.

Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That D. Luther Briggs, Frederick P. Burr, Louis de K. Hubbard, George I. Allen, Robert N. Jackson, Richard Davis, Andrew J. Campbell, Henry H. Francis, James R. Bailey, Berkley C. Stone, Isaac Spear, John L. Fisk, Walter C. Jones, James Longworth, Daniel W. Prior, William Mylchreest, Gerald E. King, Frederick Babcock, Charles E. Bacon, Richard C.

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