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TO FIX AND DEFINE THE LIABILITY OF SHARE-HOLDERS IN BANKS,
SAVINGS BANKS, TRUST, DEPOSIT, AND SECURITY ASSOCIATIONS.

Be it enađed by the General Assembly of the State of
Colorado:

SECTION I. Shareholders in banks, savings banks, trust, deposit, and security associations, shall be held individually responsible for debts, contracts, and engagements of said associations, in double the amount of the par value of the stock owned by them respectively.

SEC. 2. Any and all acts or parts of ačts in conflićt herewith be, and the same are hereby, repealed.

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TO AMEND SECTION ELEVEN, OF CHAPTER SIXTY-FOUR, OF THE GEN-
ERAL STATUTES OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, ENTITLED
“LICENSES.”

Be it enacted Ay the General Assembly of the State of
Colorado:

SECTION I. Seótion eleven (11), of chapter 64, of the General Statutes of the State of Colorado, entitled “Licenses,” is hereby amended so as to read as follows: SEC. II. Licenses granted to keep saloons or groceries shall not authorize the person obtaining the license to vend or sell spirituous or vinous liquors in more than one place or house, and every license shall describe the house and place intended to be occupied. The board of trustees, or common council of every incorporated town or city, shall have exclusive authority to license saloons, groceries and all places wherein spirituous, vinous, malt or other intoxicating liquors are sold.

SEC. 2. That, in the opinion of this General Assembly, an emergency exists and therefore, this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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TO REPEAL CHAPTER SIXTY-SEVEN, OF THE GENERAL STATUTES,
OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, ENTITLED “AN ACT TO BE
ENTITLED AN ACT CONCERNING LOCO, OR POISON WEED,”
APPROVED MARCH 14th, 1881.

Be it enađed by the General Assembly of the State of
Colorado:

SECTION I. That chapter 67, of the General Statutes, of the State of Colorado, entitled “An act to be entitled an aćt concerning “loco,” or poison weed,” approved March 14th, 1881, be, and the same is hereby, repealed; Provided, That nothing in this ačt shall be construed to affect the manner of the payment of certificates heretofore issued, under the ačt hereby repealed.

SEC. 2. That, whereas an emergency exists, that, Emergency. therefore, this ačt shall take effect from and after its passage.

Approved February 18, 1885.

How insane persons may be discharged.

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TO AMEND SECTIONS TWENTY-SEVEN AND TWENTY-EIGHT, OF CHAP.
TER SIXTY-NINE, OF THE GENERAL STATUTES OF THE STATE OF
COLORADO, ENTITLED “LUNATICS.”

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of
Colorado:

SECTION I. That sections twenty-seven and twentyeight, of chapter sixty-nine, of the General Statutes of the State of Colorado, entitled “Lunatics,” be, and the same are hereby, amended so as to read as follows: SEC. 27. If any person shall present to the county court of the county, where any such conservator hath been appointed, on information in writing, setting forth that the insane person hath been restored to reason, such county court shall cause the fact to be inquired of by a jury. If, upon such inquest, it shall be found that such person hath been restored to reason, he, or she, shall be immediately set at liberty. In case no conservator hath been appointed for a lunatic, or insane person, the county court of the county where such lunatic, or insane person, was adjudged lunatic or insane, on receipt of notice, in writing, from the superintendent of the State insane asylum, setting forth that such lunatic, or insane person, hath been restored to reason, may, in its discretion, order said superintendent to discharge such lunatic, or insane person, from said asylum. Upon the discharge of any lunatic, or insane person, in case there hath been appointed a conservator for such lunatic, or insane person, the county court shall immediately issue a summons, requiring the conservator to appear and settle his accounts. The expenses attending any inquest held under this chapter shall be paid out of the estate of such lunatic, or insane person, upon the order of the county court, or, if there be no such estate, the county commis

sioners of the proper county shall, upon filing with them

the certificate of the judge of the county court of the county where such person was adjudged lunatic, or insane, of the amount of such expenses, allow the same, and a warrant therefor shall be drawn upon the county treasurer. SEC. 28. Whenever any reputable person shall file with the county court a complaint, duly verified, alleging that any person is so insane or distraćted in mind as to endanger his own person or property, or the person or property of another, or others, if allowed to go at large, the county court, or judge thereof, shall forthwith issue an order, in the name of the people, direéted to any sheriff or constable of said county, for the apprehension of such alleged insane person, which order may be executed by any sheriff or constable of said county, or by any person specially appointed by said court to execute the same; Provided, That when any sheriff or constable shall find, within his Sheriff may arcounty, any such insane person at large, it shall be his duty" lunatic. to apprehend such insane person, without an order of court, and, when any alleged insane person shall be so arrested by or without an order of court, he, or she, shall be taken forthwith before the county court, or judge thereof, and, if the alleged insane person so elect, an inquest, as provided for in section one, shall be held without delay, and, until the determination of such inquest, such alleged insane person shall be confined in the county jail, or other convenient place. If, upon such inquest, it shall be found in the verdićt of the jury that such alleged insane person is so insane or distraćted in mind as to endanger his, or her, own person or property, or the person or property of another, or others, if allowed to go at large, it shall be the duty of the court, by an order, to be entered of record, to commit such insane person to the county jail, or other convenient place, Lunatic may be to be there confined until discharged or otherwise disposed; "“” of according to law; Provided, That before and after such inquest, upon application of any relative or friend of such alleged insane person, and, upon its satisfactorily appearing that the applicant is a suitable and proper person to have the custody of such alleged insane person, the county court shall order such alleged insane person to be delivered into the custody of such relative or friend; Provided, further, That the complainant mentioned in seótion one may be joined with the complaint mentioned in this se&tion, and, when both complaints shall be on file in the court at the same time, one inquest shall determine the matter charged in both complaints.

SEC. 2. In the opinion of this General Assembly an Emergency. emergency exists; therefore, this ačt shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved April 2, 1885.

Conservator's bond.

Emergency.

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TO AMEND SECTION 2, OF CHAPTER 69, OF THE GENERAL STATUTES
OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, THE SAME BEING SECTION 2, OF
CHAPTER 61, OF THE GENERAL LAWS, ENTITLED “LUNATICS.”

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of
Colorado:

SECTION I. Section 2, of chapter 69, of the General Statutes of the State of Colorado, the same being section 2, of chapter 61, of the General Laws, entitled “Lunatics,” is hereby repealed, and the following shall stand in lieu thereof: SEC. 2. The conservator of such estate, so appointed, shall enter into bond, with sufficient security, to be approved by the court, to the people of the State of Colorado, in double the amount of the personal estate, together with the rents and issues arising from the real estate of such lunatic, which shall be ascertained by the county court aforesaid, conditioned for the faithful discharge of his duties as such conservator.

SEC. 2. Whereas, in the opinion of the General Assembly, an emergency exists, this act shall take effect from and after its passage.

Approved April 4, 1885.

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