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through said Forbes avenue, over Tomlinson's bridge and through Bridge street, to the tracks of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. In the construction of any authorized line of railway said company is hereby further authorized and empowered to construct such line upon any private land or right of way which it has or may acquire along any route near to any of the routes on which it is authorized to build, or to slightly deviate from any such route and again enter the same; and if it shall be unable to agree with the owner or owners of any such lands, as to the sale of the same, as may be necessary for the proper construction and operation of its railway upon any portion of its route or routes, said company may acquire title thereto in the manner provided in section 3687 of the general statutes relating to the taking of land by a railroad company; and said corporation is hereby further authorized and empowered to make any traffic arrangements between it and any other connecting railway or railroad company that may be desired.

SEC. 2. The use and operation of said road over Tomlinson's bridge and the approaches and causeways leading thereto shall, as respects the weight and distribution of the motors, cars, and freight, be subject at all times to regulation by the director of public works of the city of New Haven, and the said company shall conform to the regulations so to be prescribed by the director of public works in the operation of its road and of its motors and cars, whether its operation over said bridge, approaches, and causeways be conducted by it directly or through contract or traffic agreement with any other person or corpo ration.

SEC. 3. This resolution shall in no respect relieve said railroad company from any obligations imposed upon it by general laws.

Approved, April 29, 1903.

[Senate Joint Resolution No. 99.]

[184.] AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT TO TAKE A CENSUS OF ITS

INHABITANTS.

Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That the city of Bridgeport is hereby authorized and empowered' to cause a census or enumeration to be taken of the inhabitants of said city, at any time within two years from the date of the passage of this resolution.

SEC. 2. The common council of said city, acting by itself or by a committee, may cause such enumeration to be made or may authorize the same to be done by the board of trade of said city.

SEC. 3. For the purpose of making such enumeration said city shall be divided into a convenient number of subdivisions and a sufficient number of enumerators shall be appointed.

Sec. 4. Each enumerator, when duly sworn to the faithful performance of his duty, shall visit each dwelling house and each family in his subdivision, and shall ascertain, by inquiries made of some member of each family, if anyone can be found capable of giving the information, but if not, then of the agent of such family, or of some other reliable person, the name, age, and place of birth of each member thereof, and he shall enter the same upon proper blanks to be furnished to him by said city or said board of trade.

Sec. 5. Every person more than twenty years of age, belonging to any family residing in any subdivision, and, in case of the absence of the heads and other members of any such family, then any agent of such family shall, upon the request of the enumerator, render a true account to the best of his knowledge of every person belonging to such family, in the said particulars herein required, and for any refusal whatever to answer any of the inquiries herein authorized, such person shall be fined not more than fifty dollars.

Sec. 6. Each enumerator, within two weeks after the completion of the enumerations of his subdivision, shall furnish the original census return, duly certified, to the person or official designated by said common council or board of trade.

SEC. 7. Each enumerator who shall wilfully make a false return shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars.

Sec. 8. If it shall be found that the census of any subdivision has been improperly taken, or that the returns of any subdivision have been accidentally lost or destroyed, the said common council may order a new enumeration of such subdivision.

Sec. 9. The said common council, or the said board of trade, when duly authorized by the common council, may fix the compensation of such enumerators.

Approved, April 29, 1903.

[Senate Joint Resolution No. 206.]

[185.] VALIDATING CERTAIN ACTS OF THE HILLS ACADEMY AND REPEALING

ITS CHARTER. Resolved by this Assembly: That the acts of the Hills Academy, a corporation located in the town of Essex, in the county of Middlesex, constituted and established as a body politic and corporate by the general assembly holden at Hartford in the year A.D. 1833, in deeding to the town of Essex the property known as the Hills Academy and the land appertaining thereto, and also the acts of the said Hills Academy in transferring the personal property acquired by gift under the sixth item of the will of William Williams, deceased, late of Saybrook, Connecticut, to an administrator de bonis non appointed on the estate of said William Williams; be and the same are hereby sanctioned, confirmed, and validated; and also the acts of the stockholders and trustees of the said Hills Academy are likewise confirmed and validated; and the charter of the said Hills Academy is hereby repealed and forfeited and the affairs of the said Hills Academy are declared wound up.

Approved, April 30, 1903.

[Senate Joint Resolution No. 74.]

[186.] EXTENDING THE TIME FOR ORGANIZING THE UNION TRUST COMPANY

OF GREENWICH.

Resolved by this Assembly: That the time for organizing The Union Trust Company of Greenwich and of certifying said organization is hereby extended until the rising of the general assembly at its January session, 1905.

Approved, April 30, 1903.

[Senate Joint Resolution No. 150.]

[187.] EXTENDING THE TIME FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE AUDIT AND

GUARANTY COMPANY. Resolved by this Assembly: That the time for accepting the charter of The Audit and Guaranty Company and the time within which said company may be organized is hereby extended until the first day of July, 1905.

Approved, April 30, 1903.

[Substitute for House Bill No. 300.]

[188.) AN ACT MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES IN THE APPROPRIATION FOR THE CARE OF SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS FOR THE TWO YEARS ENDING

SEPTEMBER 30, 1903. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General

Assembly convened:

SECTION 1. The following sum is hereby appropriated to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the two fiscal years ending September 30, 1903: For care of sick and wounded soldiers, twelve thousand dollars.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage.
Approved, April 30, 1903.

[Senate Bill No. 160.]

[189.]

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY PURPOSES FOR THE

TWO YEARS ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1905.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General

Assembly convened:

The following sums are hereby appropriated to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, in full compensation for the objects hereinafter specified for the two fiscal years ending September 30, 1905: For the salary of the adjutant-general, six thousand dollars; for salary of the assistant adjutant-general, thirty-six hundred dollars; for three clerks in the adjutant-general's office, eighty-four hundred dollars; for office expenses, extra clerical services, traveling and other expenses connected with the adjutant-general's department, seven thousand and ten dollars; for surgeon-general's salary, one thousand dollars; for expenses of surgeon-general's office, one hundred dollars; for medical stores, six hundred dollars; for quartermaster-generals department, for salaries, six thousand four hundred dollars; for care of public property, fourteen thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars; for uniform compensation, eleven thousand dollars; for officers' compensation, fifty-three hundred dollars; for care of arms, two thousand dollars; for freight and express charges, thirteen hundred dollars; for rifle ranges, twenty-five hundred dollars; for Connecticut national guard, twenty thousand dollars; for expenses at Niantic camp ground, five thousand dollars; for care of state armories, thirty-two thousand dollars; for armory rents, eighteen thousand dollars; for ammunition, four thousand dollars; for transportation, thirteen thousand dollars; for uniform repairs, two thousand dollars; for arsenal repairs, one thousand dollars; for office expenses, one thousand dollars; for new uniforms, eight thousand dollars; for naval militia, five thousand dollars; for contingent expenses, five hundred dollars; for pay of Connecticut national guard and governor's staff, encampments 1904 and 1905, seventy-eight thousand two hundred and eighty-six dollars; for May parades of 1904 and 1905, ten thousand six hundred and thirty-eight dollars; for subsistence for encampments of 1904 and 1905, fifteen thousand dollars; for subsistence for spring parades of 1904 and 1905, twenty-four hundred dollars; for expenses of military enrolment and of military officers and other expenses, nine thousand dollars; for contingent expenses of adjutant-generals department, two thousand dollars; for first company governor's horse guard, forty-seven hundred and seventy-two dollars; for first company governor's foot guard, fifty-two hundred and fifty-two dollars; for second company governor's foot guard, four thousand one hundred and seventy-two dollars; for contingent expenses, fifteen hundred dollars.

Approved, April 30, 1903.

[Senate Bill No. 158.]

[190.] AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AND FOR THE SCHOOL FUND DEPARTMENT FOR THE TWO

YEARS ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1905. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General

Assembly convened:

The following sums are hereby appropriated to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, in full compensation for the objects hereinafter specified for the two fiscal years ending September 30, 1905: For the support of the common schools of the several towns, nine hundred and eighty-five thousand and five hundred dollars; for the state board of education, for normal schools, one hundred and forty thousand dollars; for paying expenses of special agents to enforce the laws relating to the employment of children and laws relating to attendance at school, fifteen thousand dollars; for school libraries and apparatus, fifteen thousand dollars; for public libraries, fourteen thousand dollars; for expenses of library committee, fifteen hundred dollars; for teachers' meetings, six thousand dollars; for salary of secretary, seven thousand dollars; for salaries of clerks, six thousand dollars; for salary of agent, three thousand dollars; for office expenses, ten thousand dollars; for expenses of secretary, twelve hundred dollars; for expenses of agent, fifteen hundred dollars; for expenses of board, five hundred dollars; for tuition of children in high schools, thirty thousand dollars; for evening schools, five thousand dollars; for the school fund department, salary of commissioner, five thousand dollars; of chief clerk, thirty-six hundred dollars; of the assistant clerk, twenty-eight hundred dollars; office and commissioner's expenses, three thousand dollars; real estate expenses, two thousand dollars; legal expenses, eight hundred dollars; expenses of management of the agricultural college fund, six hundred dollars.

Approved, April 30, 1903.

[Substitute for Senate Joint Resolution No. 46.]

[191.) AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE ÆTNA INDEMNITY COMPANY.

Resolved by this Assembly: SECTION 1. That, whereas it is desirable that The 'Ætna Indemnity Company should acquire and maintain a surplus fund over and above its stock liability and all other liabilities of said company, and whereas the stock of said company was originally subscribed for at par without providing for a surplus, now, therefore, upon a vote of the stockholders of The Ætna Indemnity Company holding at least two-thirds of the entire capital stock of said company at any regular or special meeting duly warned

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